Frequently Asked Questions

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“Proto-Sinaitic,” “proto-Canaanite,” and “early alphabetic” are terms used by people who, while they admit the alphabet is Semitic in origin, won’t say it’s Hebrew. We call the alphabet for what it is – Original Hebrew. And, since the pictographic alphabet is the most ancient form of Hebrew, we also call it Paleo Hebrew. Paleo is a word that means “ancient.”

People often refer to the letters in use at the time of Israel’s kings as Paleo Hebrew. However, since those letters derive from the more ancient pictographs, we call the kings’ alphabet “Later Hebrew.”

Finally, the modern characters used to display the Hebrew language today are actually Aramaic in nature, so we call that alphabet “Modern Aramaic.” The picture below shows the 3 alphabets, with their respective names.


No one knows how to pronounce ancient Hebrew. It’s written that one day, Father will restore to us a pure speech, but, until then, what we have is several pronunciation traditions, and many variations within those traditions. Take the word “Sabbath” for example. In one tradition, this word is pronounced sha-BAT, with the emphasis on the 2nd syllable. In another tradition, the word is pronounced SHA-bos, with the emphasis on the 1st syllable, an O sound instead of an A sound, and the last letter pronounced as an S, not a T.

If you’ve studied biblical Hebrew, you’re familiar with these vowel points, called Niqqud:


But, there was a time when this Niqqud wasn’t the only game in town. It was one of three different vowel point systems.

Babylonian Niqqud Palestinian Niqqud Tiberian Niqqud

Tiberian Niqqud is the system that prevailed and that is now used and agreed upon by most Hebrew speakers. However, the different traditions disagree on how to actually interpret these symbols. So, today, all around the world, there are different ways of pronouncing the Hebrew letters, differences in how each vowel point is pronounced, and differences in which syllables are emphasized. It all depends on what country or region you learned Hebrew in, and how your variation of biblical Hebrew was influenced by local languages and dialects. And ultimately, it depends on how your Hebrew teacher taught you how to pronounce things.

Until Father teaches us Himself or sends prophets to tell us how to pronounce things, we do not split hairs on pronunciation.

We have no interest in mysticism, and gematria is not part of the original Hebrew alphabet. In fact, many numbers in the Bible have names and they have no correlation to the alphabet. The number one for example is “echad,” not alef, and the number two is “shenayim,” not bet.

Our team has a varied background in business and the arts. What we all have in common is we love Father’s words.

YASHUA, also known as Jesus Christ, is GOD.

YHVH, also known as THE LORD, EL SHADDAI, GOD of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, Father, and many other names, is GOD.

You can read 1000 books and understand nothing until HE speaks to you. Paul was a great example of this, and this is why he said don’t abandon the Spirit for the letter of the law. Him being expert in the law led him to persecute Father’s kids.

The church will be restored in its entirety before His return – not in any building or under any incorporation or nonprofit organization, but wherever His people gather, there will be gifts of the Spirit and people will move in prophecy, interpretations, healings, etc. This will happen in many groups, around the world. We will not all agree on everything, but we can love one another since we pray to the same GOD and hope in the same future.

Our views on Sabbath and the Law – Our brother John wrote that The Spirit dwelling in you is the evidence that you are following His commands. The apostles saw His Spirit poured into people who never kept Sabbath or followed the Law of Moses, so they didn’t require those things of them. Neither can we say those things are required of anybody today.

His Spirit within you makes it so you can do the things which please Him. And you’ll know you have the Spirit because the fruits and gifts of the Spirit are familiar to you and are part of your life and your walk with Him.

Many today have it in their hearts to do things like “remember the Sabbath.” And so, in different ways, and on different days, people choose to remember it. If it’s in your heart to remember it, peace. And if it’s not, peace.

There’s a day coming soon when His prophets will direct us all in these matters. If HE is in you, you’ll hear His voice in them.

We don’t believe in “replacement theology” which teaches that the church has replaced the physical, genetic descendants of Jacob. We know from the prophets that the tribes of Israel are of every race, tongue and nation, scattered throughout every nation, and that GOD will regather them in the end of days and cause them to inherit the land promised to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. It’s also written that those from the nations (gentiles) will join the tribes of Israel, and will be given equal inheritance in The Land, as native-born children of Israel, in whatever tribe they choose to reside in (Ezekiel 47).

The tribulation will be difficult. But, as the wickedness on this planet increases, so does the outpouring of His Spirit – it’s been promised to you. So, ask for and expect extra strength and understanding and miracles, signs and wonders in these days.

We are confident and assured that our Father will guide us and protect us and be with us through the end of the age in the same way HE was with Israel in the wilderness. And, that at the end of it all, HE will cause us to inherit the earth and HE will live among us and execute His good justice throughout the land, forever. That’s the good news.

YASHUA is the peace (shalom) we pray for when we say shalom unto Jerusalem.

We are the ones waiting for You, O LORD.