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Hebrew Idioms

A Look Into the Life and Times of Yahshuah


HaMoshiac

The Hebrew Language


The Hebrew language is multi-faceted. One word in Hebrew
may need to be explained in many words in English.
Shalom!

The word in Hebrew for breaking is alah ayin-lamed-hay


to go up, ascend, to go before Yahweh
Meet, visit
Follow
Depart, retreat
Spring up, grow
To be taken away, or to take oneself away, to be carried away
To train, bring up
To be offered or lift oneself
To arouse or stir up (mentally)

Common Hebrew Idioms


Matthew 6:22 - 23
Good Eye and Bad Eye
Refers to being
Generous and Miserly

Genesis 31:35
The Way of Women
Refers to
A Womens Menstruation

Jeremiah 4:4
Remove the Foreskin of Your Heart
Refers to
Being completely dedicated to Yahweh

The Words of
Messiah
Taken from
Understanding
the Difficult
Words of Jesus
David Bivin and Roy
Blizzard, Jr.

Matthew 5:3
Blessed are the poor in spirit; theirs is the kingdom of
Heaven.
(References Isaiah 66:2)
The Kingdom is the focus in this sentence. In Hebrew the
word kingdom can mean rule or those who are ruled
it does not denote location. The word kingdom is a
synonym Yahwehs people (different words same or
similar meaning) and Heaven is a synonym for God.
The word theirs in this passage is mistranslated it
should say, of these or of such as these as we cant
possess the kingdom. It belongs to the owner we are not
the owner of the kingdom, Yahweh is. Yahshuah is
describing the kind of people who make up the kingdom.
What Messiah is saying is that it is the meek and
downtrodden, those who are humble and have no
righteousness of their own who become the kingdom
and receive salvation.

The Words of
Messiah
Taken from
Understanding
the Difficult
Words of Jesus
David Bivin and Roy
Blizzard, Jr.

Luke 23:31
For if they do these things in a green tree, what shall be
done in the dry? (Referencing Ezekiel 20:45 21:7)

This verse is commonly misinterpreted as in Hebrew


thought the green tree is righteous and the dry tree is
wicked. A forest fire which Yahweh starts, sweeps
through the forest of the Negeb. The heat is so intense
that even the green trees are burned up, what Messiah
sees as the women are weeping for Him is the
destruction that will sweep through Jerusalem engulfing
them and their children, so He tells them not to cry for
Him but to cry for themselves. Messiah was speaking of
Himself as Righteous when He says if they do this to a
green tree Me what will they do to the less then
perfectly righteous, they will all face the same fate by the
hands of the Romans.
Messiah referencing Ezekiel 20:47 is a clear statement
that proclaims Him as the Messiah in a very rabbinic
way when He refers to Himself as the the Green Tree.

The Words of
Messiah
Taken from
Understanding
the Difficult
Words of Jesus
David Bivin and Roy
Blizzard, Jr.

Matthew 11:12
And from the days of John the Baptist until now the
kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent
take it by force. (Referencing Micah 2:12 - 13)

This verse is so rich when looking through Hebrew


spectacles.
Father Yahweh will gather His people the remnant of
Israel
John the Baptist was the forerunner and would be the
image or type and shadow of Elijah the Prophet, in
Malachi 4:6 the one who turns the hearts of the fathers
to the children and the hearts of the children to the
fathers. He is the breach maker poretz tossing the
stones aside making an opening for them to exit the
stone fence. Then their King Who would be the Messiah
leads them out to greener pastures. So the Kingdom of
Heaven if breaking forth and every person in it is
breaking forth . So two things are happening the
Kingdom is bursting forth into the world and the
individuals within the Kingdom are finding liberty and
freedom.

The Words of
Messiah
Taken from
Understanding
the Difficult
Words of Jesus
David Bivin and Roy
Blizzard, Jr.

Misinterpretation
Matthew 3:11
This Scripture is taken completely out of context within
the Christian assumption that those who are immersed
in the Holy Spirit also get immersed in the fire. It is
either or. Notice in the below scripture Messiah tells His
Disciples that they should remain in Jerusalem until they
are immersed in the Holy Spirit. The fire he refers to is
revealed in Matthew 3:12, John says :
I indeed immerse you in water unto repentance, but He
who is coming after me is mightier than I, whose sandals I
am not worthy to bear. He shall immerse you in the Setapart Spirit and fire.
His winnowing fork is in His hand, and He shall
thoroughly cleanse His threshing-floor, and gather His
wheat into the storehouse, but the chaff He shall burn
with unquenchable fire.

The Words of
Messiah
Taken from
Understanding
the Difficult
Words of Jesus
David Bivin and Roy
Blizzard, Jr.

Fervent vs Scorching different


words but same meaning.

Hebrew Poetry
We have no portion in David, and we have no
inheritance in the son of Jesse
(II Samuel 20:1)
Parallelism
The act of writing two parallel or synonymous
statements side by side.

Hosea 13:14
From the power of the grave I ransom them,
from death I redeem them. Where is your
plague, O Death? Where is your destruction, O
Grave? Repentance is hidden from My eyes.
1 Corinthians 15:55
O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is
thy victory?

The Words of
Messiah
Taken from
Understanding
the Difficult
Words of Jesus

Did Messiah use Parallelism?


Luke 21:49-50 proves that Messiah did us parallelism.
He states using two different statements meaning the
same thing that He is bringing fire upon the earth.
Messiah is remesing back to Deuteronomy 4:24 which
states:
For

David Bivin and Roy


Blizzard, Jr.

your Elohim is a consuming fire, a jealous l.

The Words of
Messiah
Taken from
Understanding
the Difficult
Words of Jesus

Matthew 16:19
Bind or Loose
Permit or Forbid
And I shall give you the keys of the reign of the heavens,
and whatever you bind on earth shall be having been
bound in the heavens, and whatever you loosen on earth
shall be having been loosened in the heavens.

David Bivin and Roy


Blizzard, Jr.
From the Mishnah
If a man made a vow to abstain from eating meat he
is permitted broth which would be water in which
meat was cooked.
The Rabbi made a decision permitting the man to
drink the broth, but prohibited him from eating meat
because of the vow made.

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