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12. Lamed | Paleo Hebrew Alphabet | YASHUA The Good Shepherd, a New Heart and New Spirit, and more

How Hebrew shows GOD is a shepherd, the new heart needed to follow HIS ways, and Original Hebrew finds its first paleo artifact… maybe.



0:00 Sheep without a shepherd
0:58 How HIS Name EL shows HE is a shepherd
1:44 YASHUA, the Good Shepherd
3:00 A new heart and a new spirit
5:03 Artifact or art-a-fiction?
7:25 Hooked on lamed
8:09 The phrase “After my own heart”
8:48 A verse from Daniel
9:39 Song: “Bless THE LORD”



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