Today’s Jewish terminology word is Tanakh (tah-NAHKH).
Good morning Children of G-d! Welcome back to Marie Speaks G-d’s Grace Bible Study.
I do Pray, that everyone had a wonderful rest, and Shabbat, and that we all keep… growing and finding new ways each and every Shabbat to deepen their relationship with the One and Only True Living G-D; HaShem….. The G-D of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Our Living Redeemer Savior and Creator of all things made! Omayn.
Today we are going to go over our Jewish terminology for the week. This weeks word is Tanakh! Yaaaaaah!
Tanakh is an acronym for the three books that make up the cornerstone of the Jewish beliefs. The Law or Torah, the Prophets or Neviim, and the Hagiographa or Ketuvim.
Torah equals the Books Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.
The Nevi’im contains the 21 books of Prophets, from which come the haftarot.
The Kethuvim, or Writing, includes Proverbs, Psalms, historical accountant, and the five scrolls, or megillot.
For the past couple of Shabbats during my personal study time…. I have really felt the leading from are Merciful Father who is in Heaven, to begin reading the books of the Prophets. The last two Shabbats I have read specifically the book of Isaiah.
I’ve noticed there are so many differences between the book of Isaiah of the Tanakh and the book of Isaiah that is in a Rome 325 Bible. These differences have brought me to belief and know that the Rome 325 Bible has been greatly misinterpreted.
I encourage others if one wishes….. to search these matters out and possibly to see the major contradictions or mistranslations of the Rome 325 Bible for themselves. Almost like a word search project! hahahaha! I am so getting good at these jokes.
Thank you! Thank you!
But seriously and sincerely, I pray others enjoy the research time and enjoy their time with HaShem and just deepen their relationship with Him every Shabbat. I always love to ask our Father in Heaven for clarity and His divine insight during my study time with Him and His Glorious Word.
This week’s Jewish terminology word and definition as define by The JPS Dictionary of Jewish Words by Joyce Eisenberg and Ellen Scolnic 2001 copyright 1st edition.
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