Learn the Hebrew Letters and Vowels at a comfortable pace! You will learn how to read and write Hebrew in this class! Print out the Primer Slides for each Lesson, and follow along with the YouTube Links.
Need Help Memorizing the Vowels? This PDF resource can help!
Lesson 1: Alef, Bet, Kamats, Patach
YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/XNcTN2uwvQw
Lesson 2: Gimel, Dalet, Heh, Tserei, Segol
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/6B_KnIaXXOI
Lesson 3: Vav/Waw, Zayin, Chet, Cholam
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/6B_KnIaXXOI
Lesson 4: Tet, Yod, Kaf, Shuruk
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/JCL0W9Z2_PM
Lesson 5: Chaf, Chaf Sofit, Lamed, Kubbutz
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/2J738uWcBhU
Lesson 6: Mem (Mem Sofit), Nun (Nun Sofit), Chirik
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/NISFWmrHUDs
Lesson 7: Samech, Ayin, Sheva at the Beginning of a Word
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/URVGlSdze5Q
Lesson 8: Pei, Fei (Fei Sofit), Sheva at the End of a Word, Sheva in the Middle of a Word
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/Fxov-YMmWPk
Lesson 9: Tsadei (Tsadei Sofit), Vowel Blend "ai" sound
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/uyTnvNUApCc
Lesson 10: Kuf/Kof, Resh, Vowel Blend "OY" sound, Sheva Vowel Blends
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/ojpL5BvPnDA
Lesson 11: Shin, Tav, Beged Kefet, Dagesh Rules
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/th5imQMN0QI
Lesson 12: Conclusion (Furtive Patach, Sections of the Hebrew Bible, Hebrew Names of the Torah Books, Common Vocabulary/Phrases in Hebrew)
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/8T69b8J4kSk
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#GotMilk Pt 1 - Repentance From Dead Works
We look at what repentance from dead works looks like, and see that it is so crucial that even Moshiach's first words in ministry in Mark 1:15 was to REPENT. Repentance is key in the transition from death to LIFE, and should be Step 1.
#GotMilk Pt 2 - Belief Towards Elohim
We look at Belief Towards Elohim. In this walk, we "believe" many things. But what is foundational to a secure walk with Elohim is BELIEF towards Elohim. This is necessary for an unshakable, unmoveable, steadfast FAITH.
#GotMilk Pt 3 - Teaching of Immersions
We talk about the importance of water and Spirit Baptism.
The Words of the Master - Y'shua Immersed by Yochanan
This is a new series dealing with the words of the Master. We will be taking a look at all of the words of Messiah as well as the situations surrounding those instances.
The Words of the Master - The Three Temptations
In this edition of The Words of the Master, we will be dealing with the temptation of Messiah in the wilderness. Luke 4:1:13
WhereUrVS@? Ep 1 - Sex = Marriage
In this episode we are looking at the question; does the Bible actually teach us that sex equals marriage?
WhereUrVS@? Ep 2 - Do Not Hate an Edomite
Just a short little something about what TMH tells us about how we are to deal with Esau.
WhereUrVS@? Ep 3- Shem is Melchezedek
In this episode, we look at the identity of Melchizedek. Is he indeed Shem as many suppose? Where does this Idea come from and is it correct?
Acts of Transformation Intro (Niddah Pt1)
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Part 1 of our Niddah series, we define Niddah and the Hebrew concepts of Clean and Unclean. We discuss the purpose of Niddah, and ask is Niddah a sin? Throughout the presentation, the theme of transformation in the lives of women is brought out.
The Torah of Niddah (Niddah Pt2)
In Part 2 of our series on Niddah, we examine the Torah of Niddah for Normal menstruation, irregular bleeding, childbirth, and the virgin brides. We also look at the Torah on Family Purity. This lesson is packed full of what the torah has to say about Niddah from a Holy Temple timeframe perspective. Let's dig in!
The Mikveh (Niddah Pt3)
Part 3 of our Niddah series, the Mikveh or ritually immersing oneself in running water has become a hallmark of Niddah purification in our times. It is assumed to be in Leviticus 12 and Leviticus 15, yet it is not. We will look at the traditions, reasons why it has become so popular, and ask the question --- it a Torah requirement?
How Do We Keep Niddah Today? (Niddah Pt4)
Part 4 of our Niddah series, we ask the question, How do we keep Niddah today? How do we keep Niddah in the diaspora/exile? This is a practical guide to keeping Niddah in exile, without making it a burden, or hypocritical in observance.