TETRAGRAMMATON “Jehovah” is the best known English pronunciation of God's name, though “Yahweh” is favored by some Hebrew scholars. The oldest Hebrew manuscripts show the name in the form of 4 consonants called the Tetragrammaton. The four letters are written from right to left in English as YHWH (or, JHVH). The consonants are known, but vowels didn't come into use in Hebrew tlll the 2nd half of the first millennium C.E. Almighty God HAS a name. It is not "Lord" or "God".. It is Jehovah.
5 Bible Study Methods to Get the Most Out of Your Reading
There's a difference between reading the Bible and studying the Bible. Reading is necessary for meditation and edification. Studying is necessary for education and understanding. If you're ready and looking to deepen your personal Bible study, here are five methods that can help you kick off the journey! 1. The SOAP Bible Study Method 2. The GROW Scripture Study by Faith 3. Simple Bible Study Guide Bookmark 4. Bible Note-Taking Tips &nbs...
Fighter Versesare “designed for school-age children through adults.” All the verses are available as an app for the iPhone-iPad and Android. The passages are available on flashcards. The verses in sets D and E (including the entire Sermon on the Mount from Matt 5–7) are put to music on two CDs (samples 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7). Some of these songs are a bit cheesy (e.g., there’s a Frank Sinatra impersonator), but putting Scripture to music like this can be so helpful for memorizing.
1 Corintios 13:4-8 (RVR1960) El amor es sufrido, es benigno; el amor no tiene envidia, el amor no es jactancioso, no se envanece; no hace nada indebido, no busca lo suyo, no se irrita, no guarda rencor; no se goza de la injusticia, mas se goza de la verdad. Todo lo sufre, todo lo cree, todo lo espera, todo lo soporta. El amor nunca deja de ser; (...).