Paleo Hebrew Alphabet Series

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20. Resh | Paleo Hebrew Alphabet | Genesis in Hebrew, Counting Our Blessings, a Pop Quiz, and more

Reading Genesis 1:1 in Paleo Hebrew, and what it means to be blessed.

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Timestamps:

0:00 Introduction to the Hebrew letter Resh and the word Rosh
1:54 Genesis 1:1 in Paleo Hebrew
3:49 Word study: Arets (earth, land)
4:58 Singing Genesis 1:1
5:21 Looking for Resh in the biblical timeline
6:41 Pop quiz: How the root word rosh is used throughout the Bible
11:00 Look-alike root words
13:06 Consider the birds of the air
13:46 The Hebrew word Barak (to bless) & how GOD blesses us
14:52 How we can bless THE LORD
16:02 Keeping your head in the game
17:20 Song: How I Long to See the House

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