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

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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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Hebrew Treasures - Session 1 (How the Worlds Were Framed) VIDEO
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).
Price: $5.00

 

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Hebrew Treasures - Session 1 (How the Worlds Were Framed) AUDIO
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).
Price: $3.00

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  1. Debbie says:

    Thanks for all you do for the Kingdom

  2. Patricia Kim Marshall says:

    Bill, I am a bit confused on one point. You mentioned that Keter alludes to the Father, but then later that memra (the word) was preexistant to the creator and was the creator. You also mentioned that wisdom/chocmah (the word) and binah/understanding or revelation (Holy Spirit) worked together at creation. When you stated that the creator cannot be considered to be the creator until something is conceived, then the Father is not the Father until the word was conceived. And since the word was preexistant to the the creator (Father), and also was the creator, it means the alphabet was before the word, which I understand, but how does the Father in “Father, Son, and Holy Spirit” become separate from the Son? I think it is the word “Father” that is confusing me, but I am having a hard time getting a handle on the 3 separate entities that are together “One”.
    Even my question sounds confusing when I ask it. I don’t know if it makes any sense, but I would appreciate it if you could help me put a handle on what definition to give the “Father” portion of the “Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). If it is too long an explanation, I understand that you have too much going on to spend the time to answer it here, but if it can be explained briefly, I would be so grateful.

    • Bill says:

      Patricia; first of all, let me apologize for the delay in responding to this comment. I started using my phone to keep track of all the comments and, for some reason, your comment didn’t show up. I just happened to notice it today as I was working on my desktop.

      Anyway, in response to your question. My point there was not to divide out the Father, Son and Spirit so to speak but to accentuate how the Word of God (personified in Y’shua) has always been. So, as long as there has been the Father, there has been the Son, albeit referred to as things like Wisdom or Chochamh (Hebrew term). The point about there is no “Creator” until there is a “creation” is not to suggest that God came to be concurrently with Creation but to say that His role as “Creator” came to be simultaneously with those things He created. Again, accentuating the point that the Word (personified in Messiah) was BEFORE the worlds were created, meaning that Y’shua was before Creation. That was the emphasis and I’m sorry if I threw you a curveball. Hope this helps somewhat. Blessings.

  3. Julie Clark says:

    wow! this is really the beginning (and the end) of all we believe. the key is Hebrew and all the many layers of meaning each letter, combinations of letters, absence of letters hold – wow! something you said about “tav’ being the seal of Elohim caused me to do a little research (not enough to be dangerous 🙂 but I read that he sealed everything that was His from the beginning – is that true? it makes sense that the enemy will have to seal what is his in the end days (he always creates a cheap counterfeit!). my question is….can one that is sealed with Elohim’s “tav” be lost and have the enemy’s seal cover it?
    It makes me sad/curious/upset that we believers (Christians/Messianics) have a knee jerk reaction to anything “mystical” (a lot of what you were talking about in the video and the Sefirot, the Memra and such). the enemy has been clever in taking the mystical and twisting it and profaning it in a way that makes us nervous. That is so odd to me because our belief system is ALL MYSTICAL! Our Messiah rose from the dead and is seated at the right hand of the Father but we don’t want to hear anything from kabbalah. weird.
    may God continue to bless you and all those you teach

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