Some of you may not understand some of the Hebrew terms or words I use. Listed below are a few of my most used Hebrew words or terms:
YHVH / YHWH:
Whenever you see LORD in capital letters, this is what it represents. The Hebrew letters Yod, Hey, Vav, Hey (YHVH). This is an English transliteration for Hebrew. Hebrew reads right to left.
YHVH / YHWH represents Him as love and mercy.
Yeshua is Hebrew for our English, Jesus. Jesus is English translation of the Greek, Iesous. Iesous the Greek translation of the Hebrew, Yeshua
Translated as “Law” in English, which in my opinion as well as others, is a bad translation.
Torah means, teachings or instructions. Also refers to the first 5 books of the Old Testament: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.
Translated as the word “peace.” However, the Hebrew “shalom” means much more than “peace”. It means “all is well, nothing needs to fixed, nothing is broken. Complete wealth of God.”
English, “messiah.” Greek, “christos.” English translation of Greek is Christ. “christos” is Greek translation of Hebrew “mashiach.”
Note: HaMashiach means, “the Messiah.” The “ha” in front of any Hebrew word simple means “the”
Meaning “God” or literally “Gods.” The “im” at the end denotes plural in Hebrew. This is why in Deutoronomy 6:4, He says …YHVH (the LORD) our God (Elohim) is one. The Hebrew word for “one” used here is “echad.” This “echad” means one in unity, not one as a singular. Thus God (Elohim) has distinct divisions yet they are ONE; acting in total unity.
Elohim represents His judgement and Him as Creator.
This is just a brief list.
As you may notice, the translation and true meanings always comes back to the Hebrew.