The ancient language of ivrit ( עברית ) Exodus 13

in #hebrew4 years ago (edited)

The full study of the Alef-Beyt is detailed here on Steemit. The first lesson is at the bottom of my blog list. Each letter is covered in detail. When you have finished learning the letters, you can begin to read with us on my Shabbat blog (Saturday post). The vowels are marked in this bible and are designed to help avoid confusion on how words are pronounced, as if there is not already enough of that in all of the interpretations globally. In modern Hebrew, only children need the niqqud (vowel marking) until they have the pronunciation memorized.

This week's reading is from Exodus 13 as Pesach was celebrated last night all over the world by the children of Israel. This is not a Jewish feast for the Jews (implying that only Judah and his kids) can take part. No, it is for all who came out of Egypt and Worship the God of Israel.

Yesterday I prepared the meal and last night I was enjoying the time with family. It is now the end of Pesach (passover) which a Moed or "an appointment with God" which is to be kept forever. The Moedim are "Holy days" that are set apart to meet with Him.

We are now it the "Feast of unleavened bread" as it's called. This is a Mitzvah given by God to Mosheh (Moses). Fun fact: When a male child comes of age they throw a party called a "Bar Miszvah" meaning son of the commandment or instruction.

Last week and this week we have been derailed, first to get rid of idols, and now to talk about Pesach. Next week, at the end of seven days of unleavened bread, I plan to resume our continuous reading in Genesis.

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@hebrew sir, its a thing of joy to know that there are people like you who still take as a duty that this is what we need to do which God commanded celebrating this feast, we are not celebrating ourselves,we are celebrating the mystery and the power of God.

The 7th day God rested and decree that we should honor this day and keep it holy. Am privilege to know that there are still people who remembered to bring the power of God of old to the new testament church.

People always want to celebrate the end forgetting the beginning. Because Jesus is the end of the new testament church, Jesus made it clear to us that He is the beginning and the end. To balance the equation, He is the God of Genesis and also the God of Revelation. Which signifies the old testament and the new testament.

The God of the passover, the God of unleavened bread. So when we display the act of the communion, we are displaying the act of the old and the new testament.

@hebrew, Am most delighted that you have opened the eyes of so many to know this truth.

I wish you a happy new month, a new understanding and a new Rehma.

Thank you! I saw your vote first thing and I was wondering why no comment. You were writing it. :)

Yes, I started questioning man when the man with the microphone said one thing and the Word says another. I still have to find where the Sabbath changed. Can we now lie, commit adultery and kill? Or do all ten stand?

The church I go to has an Israel ministry, songs in Hebrew, but after they are ordering pizza and selling sandwiches near the kitchen. I do not criticize so as not to cause one to fall away, but what part of do not work and do not make anyone else work is so hard to understand? No buying or selling - pretty clear.

Glad you came. I hope I can answer all the comments with equal attention but I only have an hour before bed. Shalom!

@hebrew sir!
May the spirit of wisdom and understanding continue to flow. I thank God un behalf of you for the matured heart God has given to you who does not see others fault but stands by the truth and maintain your integrity. God boasted for Job because of his integrity may God boast for you in this generation and generations to come.

I thank you for your support so far regards the upvote to my post and i thank God also for making me to know somebody like you. Knowing you has added meaning to my life and has given me strength to carry on on this platform.

As God placed Joseph above his brethren and above his master in the land of Egypt, may God always place you on top for making people know the truth about His word.


Personally I am not in your religion. But after reading this article I could understand the meaning of Pesach very well! Wish you a wonderful time and thanks for sharing your wonderful experiences with us!

Have a great day ahead~

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Welcome to Steemit. The best way to learn is from the beginning. My lessons start with the first letter, Alef, and continue on to present day as we read in Hebrew.

wow excellent new lesson, i am slowly learning hebrew and i enjoy learning my friend @hebrew
i will's a good lesson for all the people..that's why they can learn diffrent type of letter day by day...
Hope next we will see another lesson soon..

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I love it, & those people who use it..
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This is very infortent to know the power of God. we call and pray to God . It didnot matter what language we used it matter how we wantwd to God and how much we near to the God.

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it is one of the most good 0ost for us and it should helped us to closer of God
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good job.God bless you & your family.@hebrew

thats good language, thanks for your hardwor..

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Great lesson and important language.this is valuable post.
Thanks @hebrew
Have a great day.

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You're awesome! Love seeing these type of content in Steem!
Keep it up
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This is very inspirational post for us. it is very infomative post for . it helped us to belive God more.
AT last Happy Ester to you and your familly.And God blessed you and your family.
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Thanks dear hebrew sir for your valuable post. language is the most imfortant thinks for express one own language for praying and other thinks to express fully.
thanks for your good post.
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Thanks dear @hebrew sir for your informative post. it should inspired us to closer of God. ivrit is the also a good language. by this we expressed our mind language and we can pray easily. thanks again for your valuable post.

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good language.thanks bro..for ur hard work.
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After reading your post i googled about "Pesach" & i learned a lot.
Passover is a spring festival which during the existence of the Temple in Jerusalem was connected to the offering of the "first-fruits of the barley", barley being the first grain to ripen and to be harvested in the Land of Israel.The Passover begins on the 15th day of the month of Nisan, which typically falls in March or April of the Gregorian calendar. Passover is a spring festival, so the 15th day of Nisan typically begins on the night of a full moon after the northern vernal equinox. However, due to intercalary months or leap months falling after the vernal equinox.In Israel, Passover is the seven-day holiday of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, with the first and last days celebrated as legal holidays and as holy days involving holiday meals, special prayer services, and abstention from work; the intervening days are known as Chol HaMoed ("Weekdays [of] the Festival").

Great lesson of Hebrew language.thanks for sharing. very useful information.
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@hebrew, Firstly told you that, Happy Easter to you and family. I listen and watch your DTbue video its seriously informative to understand better those lesson. You're great teacher in this platform. Totally excellent effort.Keep going.

we feel happy to see your new lesson.badly miss you brother.just miss ur language.Thanks for your hard work.

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we feel proud to get you as a best teacher.

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I don't understand all of it, but I was trying to anticipate some of the sounds based on the words I know. I was wondering what the markings beneath the characters were. Now I know!

I feel like getting rid of idols and celebrating God setting His people free are both worthwhile diversions! That's what it's all about, right? Turning away from our idols and entering into relationship with God who created us. :)

Hi Respected @hebrew..!
First of all I appreciate your great efforts for the promotion and awareness of ancient and holy language HEBREW. Your all the lessons about "Alef-Beyt" are awesome and your teaching style is so simple and impressive. so many people got knowledge from you. My best wished for you. may you live long my friend.
Your last week and this week about to get rid of idols,and Pesach are valuable lessons. The current post is about Exodus as Pesach:

Pesach (passover) which a Moed or "an appointment with God" which is to be kept forever. The Moedim are "Holy days" that are set apart to meet with Him.

there are no doubt..its a hard work.although @hebrew language is so hard for our(in past).but now a days you makes us happy by easily described!!thanks friend

at first told you HapPy easter sunday to you & your family #hebrew.
your so much informative post for helping us & i watch your video this us very helpful lessioning video thanks for sharing us.
you are a great person in steemit community..
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good article bro..thanks for sharing.I appreciate to your job

Is this language written from the right side?

Thanks for taking time to write the post and share with us. continue to learn with @hebrew :)


That's pretty helpful Dtube tutorial of one part of ancient Ivrit language. You teach better there about Alef-Beyt. You enjoyed there with families.

You showing us better point to learn hebrew language. You were with us with start moment. It's better @hebrew. You're explained better every single letters. Thanks for every thing you made us.
Happy easter day.

Thanks for another great pronunciation lesson @hebrew.
You given easily understand lesson. Thanks for the priceless effort.

My church senior pastor has also mentioned about the rich meaning of Hebrew language that English can never fully illustrate it. It has always been mentioned that many history of the bible are valuable lessons as well as the significance of different minor details just like having having the door painted in red where death will pass. It is like the blood of Jesus that was shed for our forgiveness of sin. I have heard about passover in Church many times. My church visits Israel every year to experience the history of the bible personally. Thanks for sharing all these!

its so much informative..i like the language..
thank u @hebrew
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good learning pos,, thanks for such type of post dear.
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It is one of the oldest language and very profound in terms of its pronunciation and I am happy to see that someone like you have taken initiative to publish the tutorial here.

So thank you so much for the effort.

I am impressed by the work you do and as far as you have come, I thank God for your life. And like me, surely many are benefited by your time and dedication. THANK YOU!

nice article..tbanku for the sharing ..@hebrew

informative post. hebrew language is so hard and great language. thanks for sharing

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"Fun fact: When a male child comes of age they throw a party called a "Bar Miszvah" meaning son of the commandment or instruction."
That's really cool.
I bet you are a good cook sir..
Thanks for coming online and sharing with us this day..

Being a student of cultural study it is my core interest to learn about different cultures and their norms around the globe. Israel has been a high place in different religions of the world. Being a sociologist it is very important to know the societal influences of the customs and as you mention it sounds that people are always very happy with such events.

We are now it the "Feast of unleavened bread" as it's called. This is a Mitzvah given by God to Mosheh (Moses). Fun fact: When a male child comes of age they throw a party called a "Bar Miszvah" meaning son of the commandment or instruction.

Since i followed you, i have learnt a few basics of this wonderful Hebrew language. I am obliged to you for giving me so much.

Peace to you @hebrew :) :)

good job.I just @resteem your post for another steemian.appreciate to your work.
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In past i have no interest in @hebrew language.just away from it.when i see you in my blog i feel awesome.I hope i will learn hebrew very i have no tension,,you are the best lecturer.May God long live you.

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Hello @hebrew,

Extraordinary good explanation. Awaiting to read HEBREW again soon. Enjoy the time well.


Pesach & it's purpose you well described. Excellent

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Reading this again made me to realise that pesach is not majorly for jewish but everyone that left Egypt and obey God. This is obviously a good for thought for me.

May the goodness of God continue to dwell with you.

Today's teaching is awesome, sane with last week's.


  1. Last week, I learnt importantly that idols should be disposed and do away with totally because Jehovah doesn't want it and He's a very jealous God
  2. This week, I learnt that Pesach means Passover and should be kept forever.
  3. Also, I got to know that Moedim are "Holy days" that are set apart to meet with God.
  4. "Feast of unleavened bread" as it's called is a commandment (MISZVAH) given to Moses for all the world

Blessed morning to you @hebrew, it's morning here in Nigeria

May God continue to bless your knowledge as you teach us new things here

@hebrew - Sir This is a nice time of your life... Happy Easter Day too Sir...


This is very nicely explained thanks a lot dear for sharing this it helps a lot thanks again for sharing have a great day ahead

Dear @Hebrew Sir, you always the good content.

Moses said to the people-“Remember this day, on which you went free from Egypt, the house of bondage, how the LORD freed you from it with a mighty hand: no leavened bread shall be eaten.
"You go free on this day, in the month of Abib.
So, when the LORD has brought you into the land of the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Amorites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites, which He swore to your fathers to give you, a land flowing with milk and honey, you shall observe in this month the following practice: “Seven days you shall eat unleavened bread, and on the seventh day there shall be a festival of the LORD.Throughout the seven days unleavened bread shall be eaten; no leavened bread shall be found with you, and no leaven shall be found in all your territory.And you shall explain to your son on that day, ‘It is because of what the LORD did for me when I went free from Egypt.’“And this shall serve you as a sign on your hand and as a reminder on your forehead—in order that the Teaching of the LORD may be in your mouth—that with a mighty hand the LORD freed you from Egypt.You shall keep this institution at its set time from year to year.

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I appreciate to your job...

Good article brother.
nice job.
Thanks for share you

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incredible how to translate this complex language, I'm very interested
how interesting and wise is the word of our god

Very good article and helpful to read Hebrew language . Shabat Shalom dear sir
Keep posting such blogs

Good article on irvit language learner .
Enjoy weekend , shabat Shalom friend

Oh yeah, I'm glad to see you again, to further advance in the study of your lessons and I congratulate you on the occasion of the Great Easter! Thank you for your work @hebrew

Chag Sameach

"Chag kasher v'same'ach" (חַג כָּשֵׁר וְשָׂמֵחַ) meaning wishing a happy and kosher holiday.

I love people, who use @hebrew language..
I have special interest to it..
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it is a good informative post sir
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you share a lot of history about your help us to learn..thank u @hebrew
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hebrew language is the best language bcz you makes it easy for ivrit learner also us.thanks

Passover, or Pesach in Hebrew, is one of the three major pilgrimage festivals of ancient Israel and commemorates the Exodus from Egypt. Its name comes from the miracle in which God “passed over” the houses of the Israelites during the tenth plague. Centered on the family or communal celebration of the seder (ritual meal), Passover is one of the most beloved of all Jewish holidays.The origins of Passover lie in pre-Israelite spring celebrations of the first grain harvest and the births of the first lambs of the season. In the Jewish context, it celebrates God’s great redemptive act at the time of the Exodus, leading the Israelites out from slavery in Egypt to freedom. Together with Shavuot (the Festival of Weeks) and Sukkot (The Festival of Booths), Passover is one of the three ancient Israelite pilgrimage festivals, during which adult males journeyed to the Temple in Jerusalem to offer sacrifices and bask in the divine presence.

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Thank you for submitting such an article.

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Hebrew is such a great language!!!Thanks for sharing.
It is valuable and very useful ancient language.

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Thanks for the Hebrew this post very important lesson and useful.
your good work and great dtube video
For your post propagation.

#great job, my friend. your post is very informative for me to know about the language. carry on,sir.thanks for your sharing. @upvote & @resteem done.

Firstly, I wish you happy Sabbath.
Thanks for teaching this. You are great Sir!
Reading from you weekly always add to my archives of Hebrew knowledge. Now I know what
• PESACH means which is Passover
• MITZVAH means feast of the unleavened bread
• Moedium are holy days set apart to meet God
• Pesach is not only for Israelites but for all who believe I God.


Thank you for sharing the new lesson... Your lessons are always helpful to me... Keep it up...

Happy easter sir this easter will be a blessed one for us thanks for always educate us on Hebrew language


We are happy to see you here again this week. Happy Ester sir and how is the season feeling over there @hebrew.
In all honesty, I always see your post beautiful and awesome. I wouldn't have known about hebrew language. You're honoured sir.
Your post also speaks volume of your kindness and generosity towards the success of others....keep it up Providence has a way of rewarding charity @hebrew.

Fascinating it is... would be great mastering this one

i watch your video and listen this attentively .it is very informative. thanks for this informative post.

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Nice article dear Hebrew , keep posting such educative posts .Shabat shalom. Thanks.I am going to have hebrew bible.

Pesach / פסח
Passover (Hebrew: פֶּסַח Pesach) commemorates the story of the Exodus, in which the ancient Israelites were freed from slavery in Egypt. Passover begins on the 15th day of the month of Nisan in the Jewish calendar, which is in spring in the Northern Hemisphere, and is celebrated for seven or eight days. It is one of the most widely observed Jewish holidays.

Pesach begins at sundown on Fri, 30 March 2018.

Moses said to the people, “Remember this day, on which you went free from Egypt, the house of bondage, how the LORD freed you from it with a mighty hand: no leavened bread shall be eaten".

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A Good step to protect the hebrew language

Thank you for another very good lesson. You are a very dedicated teacher. Many blessings with you for this work.....



I had no idea about Alef-Beyt,from your post i have come to know something about it.You are a very religious person i can see.My good wishes with you.You always inspire me to learn something new.Thanks for sharing with us.

I am not religious. My King fought with and opposed the religious of His day and I oppose those of my day. I do not go through meaningless rituals, but rather obey the loving instructions of my Father who loves me. He tells me to take a rest on the seventh day, though I have more energy to keep working. But, I rest and contemplate all that He does for us.

Greetings @hebrew,

Apologies for joining in here......

I so appreciate your our King did indeed oppose the religion of His day.....this thought brought to mind the principle.

Religion is man seeking the approbation of God through his works.
Chrisitianity is a relationship with God through the work of Christ on the cross.

Thank you for the opportunity to think on these things.

Kind regards, bleujay and bentleycapital

I din't know that.You always post something which is about god and holy book,thats why i thought like that.
I wanna share with you an interesting history,which i think you will like.

Very good post. Have a Joyous Festival and a blessed week.

Our great teacher hebrew always share hebrew language
Really i have lot more curiosity about it
Thanks @hebrew

Thanks a lot my dear friend @hebrew
You always share hebrew language to us
That's why we get opportunities to learn it
Thank you very much my dear friend

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You are a great teacher for us
You always teach us hebrew language
Thanks sir

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Good language.

And very informative.

Thanks sir @hebrew for your hard work

wow,,thats good lesson sir

thanks a lot sir for appreciate my comment

Very good language about you say.
Thats wonderful post.
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amazing lesson!day by day I learn many things from you.thanks @hebrew for your hard you so much.💘💘💜💜also thanks steemit authority.


i am proud because i am a student of you

Thats why i get chance to learn hebrew language
Thanks a lot @hebrew