Archive for month: June, 2011

Hebrew Basics – Session 2

Categories: All Posts, Hebrew Basics, Video Teachings

This is the second session in our Hebrew Basics series. This series teaches the basics of how to read and write Hebrew. In this session we cover the vowel points sh'vah and cholom and the letters mem, hei, lamed, resh and tav. Enjoy! (Approximately 90 minutes)

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Hebrew Basics – Session 1

Categories: All Posts, Hebrew Basics, Video Teachings

This is session one in our Hebrew Basics series. In this teaching we begin to teach the fundamentals of reading and writing Hebrew. This session covers the nikud (vowel points) called segol, kamatz and patach. It also covers the consonants beit, alef and yud. Hope you find this useful in learning Hebrew. (Approximately 60 minutes)

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Hebrew Treasures – Session 1 (How the Worlds Were Framed)

Categories: All Posts, Audio Teachings, General, The Gleaning Corner, Video Teachings

This is a video session about the wealth of information contained within the Hebrew alef-bet. This first session lays the groundwork for further discussions on the Hebrew language. This session is called "How the Worlds Were Framed." I hope you enjoy. (Approximately 60 minutes).

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Iceberg Dead Ahead! A Titanic Message From God

Categories: All Posts, General, The Gleaning Corner, Word From Bill

"Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall." ‑ Proverbs 16:18

Since I first heard the story of the R.M.S. Titanic, I have been fascinated with the tale of the “unsinkable ship” that sunk. I have read countless books and watched almost every television program devoted to the fabled vessel. My interest took a significant if somewhat different turn when, in spring 1994, I re-read Walter Lord’s classic account of the ill-fated voyage, A Night To Remember. Though I had read the book several times, it was during this reading that I began to notice some interesting details I had never paid much attention to – details that seemed to have a prophetic twist to them. I jotted these points down thinking they might come in handy one day, perhaps for an article.

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