Paleo Hebrew Alphabet Series

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10. Yod | Paleo Hebrew Alphabet | Night and Day, Writing on the Wall, Prophets’ Names, and more

Belshazzar’s last feast in Babylon, Daniel in the lion’s den, how the word “night” reminds us that GOD never sleeps, and YASHUA, the salvation of GOD.

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Timestamps:

0:00 Meanings of the letter Yod and word Yad
1:18 Famous Yad stories in the Bible
1:52 The Writing on The Wall
3:06 Paleo Hebrew and the Wise Men of Babylon
4:40 Daniel saved from lions
5:15 Salvation (“YASHA”) is in the prophets’ names
6:11 Jacob with a Y
7:01 YASHUA is JESUS
7:24 Day and Night (Yom & Layilah)
9:19 How Yod is used to mean “my” in Hebrew
11:04 Yad challenge
12:10 Song: “I Will Cast My Cares”

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