The language of ivrit ( עברית ) Genesis 17, Video #3


Welcome to my Hebrew reading & language series.

Genesis 17:9-11

We talked about the first part of the covenant last week, the land being given to Abraham and all his descendants.

This week we are looking at a particularly painful part of the covenant.

Snip snip, as they say.

I have believed in El Shaddai for decades, but I am not sure how or why he chose this particular custom for his people. I find it to be cringe-worthy to even think about, me and all other males in the world.

I am glad that I cannot remember this being performed as part of my faith!

Today I offer peace and a blessing in my video along with the reading and film clip. Much time alone at home gives me more time to pray for you all and for our government, their decisions, and the real reason for the reaction to this virus.

Today's reading


Here is the video link.

Please have a look and read with me in Hebrew.

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Info on each letter starting at the beginning

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Shabbat Shalom

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@hebrew, Well explained about Genesis 17:9-11 verse. I took some idea from it because I didn't hear about previously. Beginners can learn new things from today's reading.
Shabbat Shalom.

Each time, everything is more interesting and newer to me. Thanks.


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That is valuable article.
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