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  • Praise Yehovah you are back! I love this study so much. I had one question. Where is the study guide? I really enjoyed and greatly appreciated that and I hope you bring it back. It was a wonderful help to be able to follow and see the differences between the Hebrew and English translations. Thank you for continuing this study.

  • Ashar as a Biblical concept references straight and level and balanced behaviour and relationships. As the qehilat State: don’t be over righteous and don’t be over wicked but trust in Yehovah and fear elohim and he it is that will make your paths straight!

    Those that walk in straight path with Yehovah and their fellow citizens have nothing to prevent them from being joyous and rejoicing♥️

  • I am glad that you guys are back on the job. The pursuit of happiness is one of those alluring concepts, like the pursuit of wealth and money. Our breathing blood beings are taught from childhood to respond to that word and its associated collection of non-verbal signals: the smile, The laugh, that warm feeling in the chest cavity, that positive and expectant mental state regarding good Times up ahead? But that does not seem to be The root meaning

  • Whew! I was worried about you two! My mind was racing…. Did Keith get arrested by the Vatican police? Did Nehemia take his new bride to Mt. Everest and decided not to come back? Did Keith and Nehemiah go back to “THE MOUNTAIN” and was in interaction with The Father for 40 days and 40 nights? So excited that we are back in the grove! Now Lets shake our grove thang! (Keith – explain to Nehemia what that means! LOL!)

  • Halleleleleleleleleluyah for season 2 HGP ! I also miss the Interlinear pdf study guide – So Very Helpful! I hope it will be added to this episode (and future episodes). I felt lost without it.

  • Will there be a study guide PDF for this episode?

  • Is the interlinear available for Season 2?
    I echo what Aron Brackeen says: Halle-le-le-le-le-le-le-lelu-YAH! I’m “happy” that Hebrew Gospel Pearls continues! So very excited!

  • Yeshua certainly did “reiterate” Torah, not “replace” Torah. Ululation in Hebrew culture: Very well researched. Halle-le-le-le-le-le-le-lelu-YAH!
    I’m “happy” that Hebrew Gospel Pearls continues.

  • I’m glad this series is back. I don’t think there is any support from this text that Jesus/Yeshua is replacing the Ten Commandments here. What many Christians do believe is that Jesus came to inaugurate the New Covenant by writing the Torah on our hearts in a way similar to Abraham. We believe that the Torah tells the story of Abraham who lived before the Torah but kept the Torah by faith (Gen 15:6; 26:5) and the story of Moses who lived under the Torah but died in the wilderness because of his lack of faith (Num. 20:12).
    Again to say that this text has Jesus/Yeshua replacing the Ten Commandments is incorrect, but I think it is important to understand how Christians (particularly Evangelicals) view the Torah.

    • Let me see if I have this right? I may have misunderstood your comment. Are you saying that you think Avraham didn’t have faith?

      • I think you meant Moses, but no Moses did have faith. His life however, was marked by failures to believe in YHVH after the Torah was given. Abraham kept it by faith (how else could he if the Torah was not yet given) while Moses (and Israel) did not strive after faith (Num. 14:11; 20:12; Deu 7:9). Moses did not have the same faith of Abraham and did not rely on it to be considered “righteous,” which is what the New Covenant promises when it says that the Torah is written on our hearts (internally) on no longer on tablets of stone (externally) (Jer. 31:31-34; Eze. 37:22-38). Moses had faith, but his life was not marked by it as Abraham was.

  • Are you going to provide the study guides this season? They are such a huge help.

    Thanks so much for all your hard work. This series is awesome!

  • Hi Keith, I wonder if I can have access to the study guide (PDF) for the 13th episode of Hebrew pearls ? You have this for every episode but not for this one specific.

    Thank you

    Shalom
    Patricia