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18. Tsade - Most Mysterious Letter in Hebrew? | Zion, Waiting on THE LORD, Tribulation, and more

Living through tribulation, what it means to be righteous, the destruction of Jerusalem, and theories on the ancient symbol for the Hebrew letter tsade.



0:00 Intro
1:03 Theories on the symbol for Tsade
2:03 Hebrew words that correspond to the letter Tsade (tsad, tsud, and tsadah)
3:50 Pronouncing the letter Tsade
5:11 How the Hebrew word Tsad is used in scriptures to mean “side”
8:04 Melchizedek
9:37 Pursuing righteousness
12:42 What it means to be righteous (“tsadiq”) in Hebrew
16:46 A time of tribulation: 1000 shall fall at your side
18:50 Remembering Zion
20:53 Sons and daughters of Zion
22:07 Choosing a side



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