It is time to remove all Chametz for Pesach. I am removing other things too.

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This is a little different - no audio reading this week.

I wanted to talk about the preparation for passover which starts with the cleaning of the house, getting all the regular bread out (leaven being symbolic for sin in this case).

As part of my cleaning to remove chametz or yeast products from my home in preparation for the week of unleavened bread and Pesach (passover), I found some photographs in a folder. They were pictures I do not plan to keep, but rather post, relating to how the Father feels about idols and carved images.

I didn't get a chance to make the post earlier, but I wanted to do it before Shabbat this week, then clean out my memory card and get rid of them in preparation for March 30. So these photos will be off my devices before then.

The writings about idols in Zechariah 13 start with "In that day..."

Whenever I see something like that, I choose to scan backward to find out what day the Father is speaking of. What day?

For context, we have the introduction to His thought. At the bottom, you will see what He will do about idols and the spirits that inhabit them.

Scripture context
Zech 12 context



As context (always find out what the context is)

Zechariah was talking about the word coming from the Almighty regarding his people Israel - that Yerushalayim will become a heavy stone (hard to handle - tough to deal with) and how people that try to mess with it or even fix it will get hurt (self harm really).



Yes, many photos of things I want nothing to do with

I am posting the photos I took so that I can make another point. See scriptures below. Most people today might wander into this store (I am not going to name where I took these pictures) and buy one of these statues as a decoration but they are idols that represent something that had once been worshiped. Some still are.

Most people I know don't care one way or the other about these little gods and won't even relate them to something that is against what the God of Israel (elohai israel) would like. Some know silly superstitions, some that bring you money (the elephant), and others that will bring good luck. Nothing of the sort is so.






The names will be cut off and not remembered. I am not sure if I could even tell you the name of one of these. I find them to be annoying to my God and so they rub me the wrong way too.

It says He will remove the spirits of uncleanliness (that come with them).



As I said, these mean nothing to me

But I know that YHVH is a jealous God and He repeats that fact over and over as you will see throughout the Tanakh.

They may look shiny and decorative, but something inside me burns when I see them sitting in a store. I walk past but will not enter. It bothers me to even chose photos for this post, but I felt I had to post them. If nothing else, as a warning for those who have not heard what is in those ancient scrolls.

I wanted to share this with you and afterwards find peace in my soul. I wish peace for each of you as well.

Shabbat Shalom

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As usual your posts are very knowledgeable @hebrew.
Even that I am traditional and I know the "Tanach" you always give something new and fresh to my perspective.

Very good Reminder.

The sages decreed that the search for chametz should take place on the night of the fourteenth of Nissan (March 30/18) . This time was chosen because people are usually at home in the evening, and because one cannot search effectively in the corners by daylight. It is necessary to use a candle for this, and since candlelight has little effect during the day, it was decreed that the search be done in the evening.

The correct time for the search is when the stars appear.

Although it is common practice to perform a mitzvah at the earliest possible time, this mitzvah should not be performed before the appearance of the stars. The search should be started immediately when the stars appear, while there is still a bit of daylight.

From half an hour before the stars appear, at the time when the sun sets on the thirteenth of Nissan, one should be careful not to begin any work, nor should one eat, until after he has searched for the chametz. Even if one usually engages in Torah study at this time, he should postpone it until after the search. If one began to study or to work at a time while it is still permissible, he should interrupt whatever he is doing as soon as the time for the search arrives.

Passover 2018 will be celebrated from March 30- April 7.
The first Seder will be on March 30 after nightfall, and the second Seder will be on March 31 after nightfall.

Passover is celebrated by eating matzah (unleaven bread) and maror (bitter herbs). For the duration of the 8 (or 7 days in Israel) of Passover, chametz (leaven) is strictly avoided.

What Is Passover?

The eight-day festival of Passover is celebrated in the early spring, from the 15th through the 22nd of the Hebrew month of Nissan, March 30-April 7, 2018. Passover (Pesach) commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. Pesach is observed by avoiding leaven, and highlighted by the Seder meals that include four cups of wine, eating matzah and bitter herbs, and retelling the story of the Exodus.

In Hebrew it is known as Pesach (which means “to pass over”), because G‑d passed over the Jewish homes when killing the Egyptian firstborn on the very first Passover eve.


Thank you for all your research and comments. I am enjoying the Pesach along with the week of unleavened bread. It's hard to cease working for two day s straight. I wish your family shalom during this week.


We had our Seder on Thursday like Yeshua did.


I just joined here a few days ago---I am also JEWISH BELIEVER in Yeshua---Shalom Brother!!!!!

Very good post. We are doing this also and we will celebrate the Pesach
(Passover) as Jesus (Yeshua) did 2,000 years ago.

There are so many things in our lives that can be idols: money, people, jobs, possessions, houses, status, trips, indulgences. There's not necessarily anything wrong with them, but if we put them above God in our hearts, then they're an idol. It's good to take the time to intentionally look at things in our lives that could come before God. Having a cleansing time is good and healthy and can help realign our hearts. :)


So true. my only thought when I read your comments is "Why does this guy have a rep of 54?". You seem to be one of the most genuine people here on Steemit. You opinion is well noted. Some of the things you mention may come under the related title "It is impossible to serve God and Money."

It's not that it is difficult or really hard, but it is impossible. I don't have any photos for that sermon though, so we can leave that for another day. I prefer to teach rather than preach.

Thanks 'noname'


Very nice @hebrew

I am follow you


Thank you! Yeah, I'm still working my way up. Haven't made it "big time" yet. It just means I get more experience learning to be humble.
Although I'm rather sarcastic on some people's posts about random things, I really believe that your message is important. I've had numerous things in life that have taken precedence or priority over God. They might be fun for a time, but even if they're not bad,they're still not His best for me... which is relationship with Him. It's a process, but I also get to experience His grace in the times when I fall short.

Yes, God never said that money was evil. He said that you can't serve Him and it. I look forward to you getting those photos. I'd like to read that article. You seem to have a very grounded and authentic view of God.

By teach rather than preach, I'm assuming that you mean something like "coming alongside people and helping them" rather than "speaking from a soapbox for anyone who will listen." Is that close?


Yes. That is exactly what I mean. There is an old saying, "If you are not walking with the Almighty as closely as you once were, guess who moved?"

He doesn't move in and out of our life. Our choices make, even small ones, sometimes are the start of a slow walk away from Abba.


The beautiful part of it is that even if we choose to walk away... even if it's for years, He still welcomes us back with open arms. It's not a system where He keeps score and adds up our points and demerits. He just wants relationship with each of us. Even if we keep walking away, He'll take us back.

And if we don't get things quite right, that's ok too as long as we're walking with Him. David is a great example of this. Every time he messed up, he went right back to God, and God always took him back. The same is true for us! :)


חג חירות שמח

עבדי הזמן עבדי עבדים הם
עבד ה' הוא לבדו חפשי

רבי יהודה הלוי


It's very much impossible to serve God and money. Money is good but the love of it is evil. There is no way one will serve or love money and be able to love God because the time he or she will be devoting to searching of Scripture to know about God will be shared or probably given to money making activities. Moreso,.money is very evil, it gives man a kind of confidence that attract being insolent to the people of God and to God himself


I love this
Learning from a man coming from the perspective of teaching rather than preaching is what I like. Well-done sir!
As per the impossibility in serving God and money, I totally agree to it. There is no way one will pursue money and one's mind will not be far from God. To serve money takes one time and effort and by that, one deny God the true service he demands
I love this well-done sirs
@hebrew @themanwithnoname


Waooo nice to see your post again this week @hebrew
Everything that is not of God raises itself up against God, even in the life of a Christian. So we constantly have idol pop-ups in our lives. We have to cast them down, but they will be there as long as we live here on earth

wow excellent new lesson, i am slowly learning hebrew and i enjoy learning my friend @hebrew
i will's a good lesson for all the people..that's why they can learn diffrent type of letter day by day...
Hope next we will see another lesson soon..

שבת שלום.

תהנה בסוף השבוע.

אלוהים יברך אותך.

great post,well said,beautiful picture,
This is a very informative sharing,i will continue to read these,
my dear friend @hebrew

this hurt the heart somewhere and i know that feeling i am very happy that you shared this feeling with us

thanks for the great information @hebrew. this post is very important lesson and useful. your great work. upvote and resteem

a lesson none of one would have learnt this is beyond anything so thanks for being an inspiration to us dear

some people don't even have little feelings i guess but they should respect at least you seem to have same vision like many of us :)

you said it bro i don't think anyone need to say more than that only the purity of heart matters

This is a very valuable article.We are very useful in learning the language.
Thank you for submitting such an article.

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I like the wide interpetation you gave to the term "cleaning".
It is right to clean not only our homes from chametz but also clean other bad habbits means cleaning our souls.

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Excellent thing you shared with us thanks for sharing nobel thoughts and sharing something from your heart

A detail from the Sarajevo Haggadah, in which maror, the bitter herb, is illustrated with an artichoke.


Globe artichoke (Cynara scolymus)
Artichoke button
Globe artichoke is a vegetable crop that was highly popular among the Roans nd Ancient Egyptians. The unopened flower heads are eaten. In herbal medicine, these flower heads, as well as the leaves are often used as medicine for various liver and digestive disorders, they just so happen to make a great bitter. The main bitter constituent, cynarin, stimulates the liver to produce bile, which then goes to the gallbladder for storage. Upon its release it is used to aid in the breakdown and absorption of nutrients. Bile is made with cholesterol, and part of the benefits of globe artichokes bitter constituent and liver stimulating action, is to reduce cholesterol by releasing it as bile. Globe artichoke also provides antidiabetic, antioxidant, and hepatoprotective (liver protecting) effects. As with any bitter, artichoke bitters are best taken before a meal, and on a regular basis.


What do you have as a bitter herb ? Never thought of Artichoke.


Bitter Herbs of the Bible: A list of bitter herbs mentioned in the Bible focused on the original bitter herbs likely used by the Hebrews during Passover. Among them are the following:

Wild lettuce
For the Passover Seder ceremony, bitter herbs symbolize the embittered slavery experienced in Ancient Egypt. The herbs ensure that this history is never forgotten, that it is taught each and every Passover. The bitter herbs commonly used today are horseradish and (Romaine) lettuce.

Shabbat Shalom

Thanks for the Hebrew this post very important lesson and useful.
your good work and great photography
For your post propagation.

This post has received a 18.59 % upvote from @booster thanks to: @hebrew.

Thanks for the information of the Bible. the useful language.]]]]]]]]]]]]]
this post good topic & for sharing'

Reminded me of the story of Abraham and his Father Terah who made idols....

One day, Terah left Abram to mind the store while he departed. A woman came with a plateful of flour and asked Abram to offer it to the idols. Abram then took a stick, broke the idols, and put the stick in the largest idol’s hand. When Terah returned, he demanded that Abram explain what he'd done. Abram told his father that the idols fought among themselves and the largest broke the others with the stick. “Why do you make sport of me?” Terah cried, “Do they have any knowledge?” Abram replied, “Listen to what you are saying!”

Terah is identified as the person who arranged and led the family to embark on a mysterious journey to Canaan. It is shrouded in mystery to Jewish scholars as to why Terah began the journey and as to why the journey ended prematurely. It is suggested that he was a man in search of a greater truth that could possibly be found in the familiar land of Canaan, and that it was Abram who picked up the torch to continue his father's quest, that Terah himself was unable to achieve.

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hello sir @hebrew ,,, how are you ?
wow excellent new lesson, i am slowly learning hebrew and i enjoy learning my friend @hebrew
i will's a good lesson for all the people..that's why they can learn diffrent type of letter day by day...
Hope next we will see another lesson soon..

Gods are different diffrent in all countries but soul is same in all bodies .
Shabat Shalom dear

Very beautiful article and nice pics of buddha .
Shabat Shalom dear friend .

אלוהים יברך אותך


Thanks for your attendance - same to you. Glad the weekend is here.


you are doing a great job by teaching us a noble language


One of Judaism's great figures is the man called Moshe Rabbenu ('Moses our teacher') in Hebrew. The first five books of the Bible are traditionally ascribed to him. Moses is the channel between God and the Hebrews, through whom the Hebrews received a basic charter for living as God's people.

I'm learnt something from your post. I never heard those scriptures before. I have pretty sure you'll prepare post soon before Shabbat. Your kind service highly appreciated. Best guidance to me @hebrew.

Jehovah is essentially a predicted evolution, but it has come in handy and it is in use. Many thanks for this beautiful sharing. You are very good at this.

Passover 2,000 years ago


Matthew 26:17-18 17

On the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread the disciples came to Jesus and asked, "Where do you want us to make preparations for you to eat the Passover?"

He replied, "Go into the city to a certain man and tell him, 'The Teacher says: My appointed time is near. I am going to celebrate the Passover with my disciples at your house.'"

Biblical Tradition:

Just before the nation of of Israel left Egypt, God commanded them to sacrifice the paschal lamb and then eat it with unleavened matzah and bitter herbs.2 God then told them that they should replicate this feast every year on the anniversary of the Exodus: “It shall be for you a remembrance . . . seven days you shall eat matzah, and on the first day you should remove all se’or (sourdough, a leavening agent) from your homes. Anyone who eats chametz (leaven) from the first day to the seventh day shall be cut off from Israel.”

I didn't get a chance to make the post earlier,
It is never late! We are waiting for it :) thanks for the post. Cleaning is always good.

I wanted to share this with you and afterwards find peace in my soul. I wish peace for each of you as well.

Thank you @hebrew! And same to you! I wish you a great Passover! I know these preparations and cleanings. At the end it’s all worth it.

Well said! Thanks for posting!

Great lesson and important language.this is valuable post.
Thanks @hebrew
Have a great day.

You right said sir, most people don't care one way or the other about these little gods and won't even relate them to something that is against what the God of Israel (elohai israel) would like.

Thanks that you shared this one with us nicely said its all about belief
Shabbat Shalom

thanks for sharing your thoughts on this i believe in work and everyone force of nature help us to achieve the best if we do it with heart

i just believe in positive energy which surrounds me some believe in that and some don't i respect everyone's perspective

I wish you peace too
Thanks for sharing
This further bolster my determination to detest idolatry.

That’s really new post and different then your other my opinion god is in your mind and in your heart so you don’t have to buy this statue for worshipping.

שבת שלום

we all should pick up this noble language

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@hebrew you all-time hit.... I like your post. Upvote and resteem have done

Peace is what all wants and thanks that you shared something with us it will make you feel relax and calm everyone need somebody to share things and this was perfect :)

Wow! fabulous!. Great are awesome.thanks for sharing your post.upvote and reestem done

Hebrew is such a great language!!!Thanks for sharing.
It is valuable and very useful ancient language.

Upvote Resteem

Absolutely everything that you allow into your mind and life has on impact on how you grow or don’t grow spiritually. The little choices that you make every day add up to a significant effect on your soul.

I think dear @Hebrew you make a very good decision.

@upvoted & @resteemed

Great lesson of Hebrew language.thanks for sharing. very useful information.
100% like and resteem

@hebrew, Yep...That's a little different than your another posts. Interesting to hear near by coming Shabbat. You're busy with home cleaning these days. Most awesome to read Zech 12 context. I've read but meaning not clear to myself. Awesome Lord Buddha statues, contexts indeed most powerful blogging. Have a wonderful weekend. You're the best teacher to this platform.

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Really it is a great post,we should know this information. thanks dear @hebrew sir for sharing such kinds of informative post.

@upvote and @resteem is done

its a great job sir..its very informative for us.

@upvote & @resteem done

Hiii @hebrew, impressive and inspirational lesson for humans. I agreed with your philosphy. There is Only one GOD and we should worship only HIM. Other idols and hand made things and the creature of GOD's are not give anything to us. Only GOD is who Controlled the whole universe.

I find them to be annoying to my God and so they rub me the wrong way too.

We Should Spread Love and Peace and act upon the on the right path as Or GOD said.
I appreciate your teachings and my Support with you. Thank You.

Its very beautiful. I love to know more about Hebrew. Thank you so much for sharing for the informative and educative post. I always like your post.

very good post
@upvote & @resteem done

really nice post...
it inspire people to be religious..@hebrew
@upvote & @resteem is done..👌👌

Some of various blog post you sharing @hebrew. I've never heard about that and time to learnt much. You're the best and thanks for the effort.

wow!!!what a great post.we are doing this also and we will elebrate this peasch...thanks for sharing your post. upvote and resteem done.

Awesome scriptures, amazing statues pictures and awesome contexts included gorgeous article @hebrew. Thanks to given community.

Your post's are always great. By your help I learned hebrew. I follow you.
Thank you for sharing this post

great post i learn so much

Idols are false gods who cannot share Almighty GOD's Glory with HIM.
HE alone is YAHWEH, The King Of Kings and Lord of Lords.
I'm very happy you are cleaning and trashing them all out @hebrew.
You are indeed role model and a teacher to GOD's people.
I appreciate you Sir.


The photos are already deleted from my phone (as planned). Now, those loathsome bread crumbs...


That's great @hebrew.
You are indeed a man of your words.

Oh thats amzing and beautiful thanks for sharing keep it up som e pf your langauge i can not understan so sorry for that keep sharing i wish you all the best

Great post sir,
An idol can be anything that has taken the place of God in your life. It could be that one gives his/her time to watching TV, playing game etc.

Am having serious headach now, i can't continue i got to go.
Have a nice day sir.

great post sir ,thanks shearing the post .

Good tamim bro

great blog sir.God bless you😍😍
@upvote & @resteem

good lesson.i seem you are the best teacher of hebrew language. Allah bless you💘💘💘💜💜

very good post..also informative for us.carry on.👌👌we love u & hebrew language very much. although it is quite difficult for us especially Bangladeshis.

thanks friend..

informative post..thanks dear for sharing.

@upvote & @resteem

Blessings for your soul

I missed your teaching since a long time since I wasn't active on Steemit these last month, but as I can see, you kept doing it, and with such a good quality. Impressive! I will go back on the older post to continue where I left, but I will have a lot of work. :)


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really it an informative post, thanks for this information...
@upvote and resteem is @done


you speaked from the heart today man that what makes you special i am speechless right now


Since spiritual battles are ultimately either won or lost in the mind, it’s crucial to pay attention to what thoughts you focus on. Your thoughts shape what kind of person you become. If you think unhealthy thoughts, you’ll become an unhealthy person. But if you think healthy thoughts that reflect God’s truth.Every day, ask God to show you which thoughts that enter your mind are unholy and displeasing to Him. Whenever you identify wrong thoughts, take action to replace them with right ones. Choose to focus only on thoughts about what is true & right.

Thanks sir ..DAFBA5FE-E9E9-44A2-8F6F-60A06BD0237A.gif

Oh oh!!!!
Better late than never, though I'm reading this late but I just have to share my own thought
Idolatry isn't a good thing.
I was expecting learning of Hebrew language as usual but the one you posted is awesome, taking me back to what the Bible says about idolatry and how we shouldn't have anything g to do with it.
Nice post.
@hebrew keep making us remember about jehovah and teaching us his doctrines

I'm happy to have read this

For many of us, cleaning is a part of life. We clean our bodies, our homes, and our clothes. We clean our workstations, our pets, and even our cars.But notice how these are all external things.How many regularly cleanse our souls?Just like filth and grime attaches itself to the body throughout the day, negative attitudes and thoughts can attach to the soul.Even if we believe those negative attitudes and thoughts do not really get into us, they still get onto us from time to time. And the normal life moments that get onto us, can also stick with us after a while if we do not regularly and intentionally release them.

thats making me thinking

great post,well said,beautiful picture,
This is a very informative sharing,i will continue to read these,
my dear friend @hebrew,

"Do not worship any other gods besides me.” Do not make idols of any kind, whether in the shape of birds or animals or fish. You must never worship or bow down to them, for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God who will not share your affection with any other god! (Exodus 20:3-5 NLT)
Thanks for this insight @hebrew

This is a different kinds of post from you.Till now you were posting on hebrew,we were learning that from you.Now this time another learning post from you.Since I started following you i learned something new always.Thanks for the post.

amazing post really nice and moind touch

This is a very informative sharing. Thank you so much. I will continue to read these.

Very important post from you sir.It always teachea us something new.It enlarge our knowldege.It makes us more humble.

I am follow you @hebrew

I detest idolatry and anything that promotes it too. It's nice to see you do the same and sharing the pictures before you dispose them.
Nice post

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thanks sir..for sharing such type of post.Stay well & remember us.😊😊

@rstm @upvt

i was waiting for your posts sir... it's really interesting sir... thanks for posting amazing info.👍

Very good post with thoughtful topics.You are a real teacher to all of us.Thank's for the post.

you are doing great for this community and i'm sure you will find peace in your soul.
Good luck!

I really thank you for being a helping hand :)
Helping us to learn this language :)
I'm amazed by the pictures you just shared with us,
superb ARt!
Keep sharing.

You are one of the best teacher available on this platform.
I want to ask something,
How we would say I Hate you in hebrew?

this is very informative post. we should know this must. thanks for sharing dear @hebrew sir

Your post always contains some very important lesson.Thanks for sharing with us such nice educative post.

Yerushalayim is place of great religious importance. Anyways the sculptures pictures literature are very informative...

Thanks for the Hebrew this post very important lesson and useful.
your good work and great photography
For your post propagation.

It is really Happy feeling to be a reader of such a great man who is doing his best to teach us @herbrew.
keep up the good work.

Art at it's best, i like the art work.
you are ideal for many of here sir

You are a teacher to me.Your post is always a learning post.Thanks for sharing with us this sort of educative post.

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Well this is awesome another different language
Thanks for the sahring 🙂


Thanks for such informative and educative post.It helps us to improve our knowledge about different things.This kind of learning we can learn from your post.Thanks a lot to @hebrew sir.

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First of all i appreciate the effort you put to share the feelings of yours about these idols, I am fully agreed upon the fact that these are superstitious thoughts nothing else and i am fully agreed with you,

Some know silly superstitions, some that bring you money (the elephant), and others that will bring good luck. Nothing of the sort is so.

Thank you so much for sharing your sociology of religion with us (readers) and it mean a lot for me being a student of cultural study.

Stay Blessed @hebrew :)

This is a hard language to pick up! It is important to me as a Christian. Thank you!

sir..hebrew language is good.i want to learn it.I'm very happy to get are the best.

@resteem done for my other friends those wants to learn hebrew language

Wonderful work there you are trying your level best in teaching us this language i appreciate your effort @hebre

nice post and amazing photography with great collection ,,thanks

Amazing post and great collection,,,a lot of thanks for your valuable post

I like your post very much,because it always full of different kinds of new thing to me.I had no idea about tanakh,this is first time I heard about that and I am surely going to read about that.You are my true friend here at steemit.Without your support it was tough for me to working here.Thanks from deep end of my heart.

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Thanks for teaching us about the Passover this come once in a year GOD bless you sir

Woooh Passover anniversary is this Sunday cant wait to worship the LORD in a new way for another Passover year thanks for the update GOD bless you sir

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This is the very informative post. we should doing this .
thanks for this sharing

@upvote and @resteem is done

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thanks dear @hebrew sir, you make always good post and informative post. we should know this.
@upvote and @resteem is done

Imformative post sir ..thanks for sharing sir..always love and respect sir

Yes, we already started to clean for Pesach over here in Israel ( or at least in my home ) :)

Really great imformative post sir..thanks for sharing sir @hebrew

Amazing post and nice blog..Your blog carries the traditions of your country..thanks for share

Your posts show your great and interesting culture for me. I think such relation to life is good and correct way.
Have a good 😀😀😀😀

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wow super post nice collectilon sir.

It was a very fluent vlog. I just found you. And after that I will be one of most follower of u. Maybe you will see my comment. Very good, sir. @hebrew

Yes I agree with you..even for me i feel sad that they are making god structures and selling in high price.its only a business...this is nothing if you see in India and Nepal its more worse....
Love to see your different post @hebrew

People are being superstitious and the seller are taking a great advantage of it buy selling all the handicrafts and other stuff of different religious God and Idol in order to earn money...Most funny part is that people who doesn't even know what they are buying they are buying just the sake of decorating the home...Sometime its so disrepecting to those God which is kept for just a show as it is God for the followe who follow them and we should respect that...But I have seen these things much in Hinduism and buddhist...As most of the sellable statue are of Buddha and Hindus God and people who are selling are belong to that religion...I am happy coz we don't keep those stuff at as we only believe in only One God....Great information @hebrew and I know you have nothing to do with it.

Good one.It very nice blog.Full of exact logic educative value, content over all just love
Thank you

I want to learn this language.I'm interested to know about this language.Thanks,sir for your sharing this interesting post. # @upvote & @resteem done

In past..hebrew language was difficult to me,but you make me easy # thanks @hebrew bro...thanks a lot👌👌💘💘💜💜

@upvote @resteem @follow done

you teach us a lot of about your are great...thank you..@hebrew
@upvote done

Very nice post,all of photography are really very interesting and so nice..........
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very nice post i like it and resteemed

I went on to study the language of Hebrew. Hebrew belongs to the Canaanites In turn, the Canaanite languages are a branch of the Northwest Semitic family of languages. Is this true?

Great lesson and important language.this is valuable post.
Thanks @hebrew
Have a great day.
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Wow some of very amazing photography..................

Dear @Hebrew, i can say one one thing about you, "you have a pure heart"

Very nice post. It is valuable post. We can learn many thing by reading this post. Thank friend give light for the blind

Nice post.. I like your efforts to give information about does really nice work keep it @hebrew............////////////

It's a great post dear @hebrew sir


wow,,,usefull post sir

wow,,this is so beautiful @hebrew
i am follow you

תהנה בסוף השבוע.
אלוהים יברך אותך.

hello sir @hebrew ,,, how are you ?
wow excellent new lesson, i am slowly learning hebrew and i enjoy learning my friend @hebrew

your this lesson is hard

Well we all have our beliefs and I respect every thought and try to learn from as many and as much as possible !

Always appreciate your posts and hard work buddy !

excellent post ..loving to your blog.thanks for sharing..

its so much informative post...thank u @hebrew
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my dear @hebrew sir
you alltime give a great post that inspire me to be a stable ,,thanks for yor little help to take be a motivated person,,,
yor all article are enjoyable ,,that i will try my best to follow you,,sir,,,thanks for sharing this special post.