Hebrew Treasures: Tzadik

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Shalom everyone! Here is our latest installment in the Hebrew Treasures series. In this segment we discuss the word for "righteous" or "just" which is Tzadik. Hope you are blessed. Approximately 18 minutes.

 

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Hebrew Treasures: Tzadik
In this segment we discuss the word for "Righteous" or "Just" which is Tzadik. Download Note: We appreciate your support and hope you get enjoyment from this teaching. We respectively request that you please refrain from posting this teaching on other websites and social media including Facebook and YouTube. We also request that you do not reproduce these teachings on DVD or CD for unauthorized distribution. You may reproduce these teachings for the following exceptions:
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Hebrew Treasures: Tzadik AUDIO
In this segment we discuss the word for "Righteous" or "Just" which is Tzadik. Download Note: We appreciate your support and hope you get enjoyment from this teaching. We respectively request that you please refrain from posting this teaching on other websites and social media including Facebook and YouTube. We also request that you do not reproduce these teachings on DVD or CD for unauthorized distribution. You may reproduce these teachings for the following exceptions:
  • Your own personal use.
  • For use in a Bible Study setting.
  • Widows and others financially incapable of obtaining these teachings.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Price: $3.00

3 Responses to Hebrew Treasures: Tzadik

  1. Deborah Gillespie says:

    Beautiful! I needed this. God bless you.

  2. Chuck Peterson says:

    Your treasures always get us to think! One huge thing Yeshua showed us is how to forgive. Forgiving is righteous. Not only did He forgive, but He is used as a vehicle for our sins- out of us and into Him. He even takes on our blame, though He sinned not once. Is this not what we should do for others? “I forgive you and release you!” In this cold world, artificial love abounds. When we look in the eye of one full of anger, blaming it all on us, should we not look on them with eyes of love and desire for them to be free? I will take the wrath, so that you can live…

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