The language of ivrit ( עברית ) Genesis 15, Video #4

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Welcome to my Hebrew reading & language series.

Genesis 15:12-16

We are reading about the blood covenant between the Creator and Abram.

The requested animals were arranged and Abram kept the scavengers away. This week we read that Abram had fallen into a deep sleep.

While he was asleep, YHVH spoke to him and assured him of the covenant. He also laid out everything from Israel, to the ancestors of Joseph being in captivity in Egypt. He promised that they would be brought out of Egypt and that they would be very wealthy.

God went on to tell Abram that he would live to a ripe old age and his children would inherit the land.

Abram is key to history and understanding. What we read about this man gives us so much of the foundation we rely on to understand the rest of the Tanakh and the covenants of God.

I try to read slowly so that you may repeat and memorize some of the words. Thank you for stopping by and studying with me.


Today's reading

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Info on each letter starting at the beginning

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Shabbat Shalom

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thanks for continuous revisions and clearing all the small doubts :)

Best explanation about Genesis 15:12-16 verse. Weekly posts useful for understand various things because some people are follow various religion or culture. Today's reading gave new letters.
Shabbat Shalom.

It is really interesting to learn fragments from the Bible. I look forward to continuing.

abram's story is interesting for us to know many things

The Bible will always have secrets, or things that not everyone understands. That's why these kinds of spaces make this literature more understandable.