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Trumpets 2013

Posted By on October 7, 2013

Trumpets 2013 7oct

Study on the Feast of Trumpets, 7-Oct-2013.

 


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2 Responses to “Trumpets 2013”

  1. Dar says:

    What version of the Bible should I be using for the truth?
    Thank you

  2. admin says:

    It seems that none are perfect, but some are better than others.
    “Halleluyah Scriptures” has the names of the Father and Son in paleo-Hebrew, so that you can pronounce them in your head according to your preference rather than with the editor’s preferred transliteration. It also leaves several other words in Hebrew, especially when there is more than one relevant shade of meaning.
    “The Besorah of Yahusha” is newer, so I haven’t spent as much time with it, but it also seems pretty good.
    If you’re looking to really get into the meanings of the original Hebrew and Greek, I recommend two electronic tools — Interlinear Scripture Analyzer, and e-Sword. Shalom.

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