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9. Tet | Paleo Hebrew Alphabet | The Words “Good” and “Trust,” Funny Looking Crowns, and more

The Hebrew word for “trust,” the origins of ancient pottery, and why when HE created everything, HE said it was “good.”

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Timestamps:

0:00 Meanings for the Hebrew letter Tet
1:11 The word “Teet” (Miry Clay)
1:47 The reason for the letter shape
2:25 How pottery was invented… maybe.
4:03 How Tet is used in words
4:59 Word study: Trust (“Batach”)
5:40 Word study: Good (“Tov”)
7:01 The two Ts in the Hebrew Alphabet
7:48 Funny Hebrew word study: Crown (“Atar”)
9:42 Song: “Psalm 23”

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