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HEBREW ALPHABET WITH JOAN KARI

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Mini Manna Moments Satisfying Spiritual Snacks – Bite sized insights to encourage hungry hearts on the go The Ancient Pictographic Hebrew Language The Ancient Pictographic Hebrew Language (This is an ongoing work and will be added to as time permits, more pictures and charts are in process)! Thank you for your patience! Modern Hebrew Letters This is where we get our word ‘Alphabet‘ from – the Hebrew ‘Alef Bet‘. It is the only language in the world that was both ‘pictographic’ and ‘alefbetic’ in nature. Pictograph a pictorial sign or symbol. pic·to·graph: 1. A picture representing a word, phrase, or idea, especially one used in early writing systems. 2: one of the symbols belonging to a pictorial graphic system What this means is, that as the first pictograph is an “ox head” and corresponds to the Hebrew letter ‘alef’  it also corresponds  to our letter ‘A’. It means a ‘strong one or leader’.   We do have ample evidence that the ancient pictographic characters are the precursor to all later Hebrew alef bets. However since words change meaning over time, an examination of the ancient script can reveal the true intent of any particular Hebraic word when it was originally written. (Important note: some of these interpretations are purely subjective and should never be used to prove or disprove sound doctrine and used only as study aids.) The ancient Hebrew language was a language based on the 5 senses, what they could see, feel, taste, smell or hear. This was also due to their lifestyle which was based in farming and followed the seasons of planting, sowing and harvest, they thought primarily in agricultural terms. All words made from any particular ancient two letter root, have a similar meaning. Hebrew thought is ‘solid and concrete’. Whereas:  Greek thought is ‘abstract’. In other words: Hebrew thought is circular and for them everything occurs in recurring, continuing cycles; as are the annual Appointed Times/Feasts of the Lord. Whereas: Greek abstract thought is the expression of things that cannot be accessed or felt with the 5 senses and is Linear in nature, only progressing in a forward direction. The western mindset YAHD דיה is based on abstract ideas. (A Yad is the Hebrew word for hand. The long pointer used when reading the Torah to keep track of the place is called a Yad.) The Western Mindset is also known as a Greek mindset which is: Attention is given to form shape descriptive. You must Understand in order to Do/act Everything is seen as either/or there is only one choice one way of viewing things either this way or that way. Greek thinking puts everything in a box: there is only one right interpretation of Scripture; It says: my method of systematic theology is the right one and everyone else is wrong. Salvation in the  Greek mindset vs. Hebrew mindset. To the Greek mind salvation is the eternal status of one’s soul. It is tied up to “right thinking” and is “creedal” in nature. Salvation to the Greek mind is the goal of salvation is to escape this world and go to Gods’ dwelling place in heaven.
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