The ancient language of ivrit ( עברית ) Genesis 1 - Part 3
hebrew reading language tanakh
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This is a very late start to my Shabbat reading because I have been sick with a cold. Yesterday I tried to sing a Hebrew song and made over 15 takes with none coming out well. Today I tried to print the next few verses so that I could easily point with a pen in stead of holding one up on the screen. Then I tried reading the next few verses and had forgotten to press record. This has been one of the most time consuming posts I have made ever.
Last reading we left off with God telling us the light was good. Let's continue...
Please understand that I am sick, dehydrated, and got out of bed several times to make this post. Nothing seemed to work.
This one was short but took many hours of effort.
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