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19. Quph | Paleo Hebrew Alphabet | HE Raises the Dead, YASHUA Our Hope, a Heavenly Psalm, and more

Hosea’s third day prophecy, the redemption of Israel, how we are raised to life with YASHUA, and how one word in Paleo Hebrew says it all.

In this episode, we also take a look at King David’s picture of Father’s skies, and see how Carlos does on his first Paleo Pop Quiz.

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Timestamps:

0:00 Intro
0:59 Reading Psalm 19
1:59 How David describes the morning (“boqer”)
2:58 Father’s light is greater than the sun
3:42 Word study: Qets (end)
4:40 Word study: Tequphah (the sun’s path)
5:15 Word study: Qadar (dark)
6:08 How the Hebrew letter Quph became our English letter Q
7:31 Uses of the letter Quph in Hebrew
8:50 How the word Qum is used in the Scriptures to mean raise and establish
12:26 Another use for “Tequphah”
13:53 Pop Quiz: testing Carlos’ Paleo skills
17:18 The Hope of Resurrection
25:37 Song: New

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