The language of ivrit ( עברית ) Genesis 7, DTube Video #1

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Welcome to my Hebrew reading & language series.

Continuing with Genesis 7:1-4

This new chapter jumps ahead to a completed ark. I have seen movies produced that were based on the last two hundred Hebrew words, half of chapter six and the start of chapter seven.

The covenant, the plan, the blueprints for the ark, the animals to be brought into it, all detailed in about two hundred words.

Much can be learned by reading what we have read so far. We know that all creatures were to multiply and fill the earth each according to its kind. Cats with cats. Canines with canines. Humans with humans. There is enough genetic diversity within a pair of dogs in order to produce all similar creatures we have today, those being wolves, coyotes, shepherds, dalmatians, etc..

Evolution finds changes of color or size within many breeds of animals, within their kinds, but nothing outside their kind. Reading the Tanakh for yourself, you will see that they misquote these writings in order to criticize the Tanakh and lend authenticity to an outdated theory.

As a side note: Racism would go away quickly if we all looked upon the four men from whom we all came, Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth. The genetic diversity we have in humanity today was contained in the DNA of those four men and their wives.


In the video for today, I give you a quick English reading of these four verses, then we pronounce and repeat each Hebrew word, so please listen in and practice with me.


Today's reading

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Here are the links

Please hit the DTube video link below and read the above passage with me in Hebrew.


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I will not attempt to resolve the pronunciation of the name YHVH. I do believe we are supposed to know and call upon His Name, especially in the last days. So I respectfully say the name when I see it. Here is an audio file at dsound.audio, which was sent to me by an Israeli Steemian. He did a reading for me, The Name pronounced "Yehovah" clearly as he took five minutes to read an excerpt for me in fluent Hebrew.

Info on each letter starting at the beginning

If you are just starting, my lessons are all here starting at Alef, adding vowels (the dots and lines) as we go, the sofit formations and numerical values. Just go to my blog and scroll to the bottom or click here

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Thanks for taking the time to watch and read. Comments welcome.

Shabbat Shalom

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Definitely amazing again, I mean genesis chapter seven is very detailing and I was surprised to see the translation of the English words you read out in the ESV bible really, you emphasised slowly on each wording and it was very smooth listening to you as well, another amazing one

The most interesting topic, I love to read and listen, about the Noah's Ark. Thank you for your work with us @hebrew

@hebrew,
Like always you put a very descriptive reading material and a video session! Thank you and really appreciate your effort on this topic!

Shabbat Shalom~

That is hebrew reading & language series.great lesson and important language.so valuable post.
Thanks @hebrew
Have a great day.

Great post 👍. I like it this post. Thanks for sharing this post. I appreciate your valuable post..

Seven chapter has been start . Great . Keep sharing such educative posts . Shabbat shalom

Good morning sir 👌. I like it this post.
Very nice day.. thanks for sharing this post

You well explained Genesis 7:1-4 part continuously. After reading better it can understand what's about meaning. Actually Ivrit language hard to learn than others. Especially writing letter. But your every lessons very informative to learn better.
Shabbat Shalom.

New lesson and new words for learning . Very nice . Shabbat shalom.

Great lesson of Hebrew language.thanks for sharing. very useful information.
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