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Hebrew Origins of the Aaronic Blessing- T'shuva Ministries

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Published on Feb 9, 2014

New Teaching: http://teshuvaministries.net/hebrew-o...

Most are familiar with the Aaronic blessing (also known as the Aaron Benediction): May YHVH bless you and keep you. May YHVH make his face shine on you and show you his favor. May YHVH lift up his face toward you and give you peace.(Numbers 6:24).

We often read or say these words without really knowing what they mean. As is often the case with the whole Bible, unfortunately. Investing one-on-one time with our Creator's Word is the only way to break from being spoon-fed when we come out of a system of religion. Recognizing the Greek mindset is vastly different from a Hebrew mind set; where concepts are less abstract and more literal and picturesque.

http://teshuvaministries.net/getting-... - T'shuva literally means "return" and is the word used to describe repentance in Hebrew. Only by repentance and returning to HIS ways can we restore our relationship with YHVH and walk in covenant with Him.

We believe in the whole Bible & our ministry's purpose is to be a resource to new & existing believers of Y'shua Messiah.

Our goal is to glorify our Father by proclaiming His Word!

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