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He uplifts the horn of his people. All his saints, praise! Sons of Israel and people near to him, praise Yah!
(Psalm 148:14) ARTB
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Samples of Verse for the Day from the Ancient Roots Translinear Bible (ARTB):
God said, "Make humans in our image and in our likeness to manage the fish of the sea, the birds of the heavens, the animals in all the land, and all the reptiles creeping over the land!" (Genesis 1:26) ARTB

In that period Hezekiah hacked the doors and the doorposts of the temple of Yahweh (which King Hezekiah of Judah had overlaid) and gave it to the king of North-Iraq. (2Kings 17:25) ARTB

Dwell in hiding in the Supreme, lodge in the shadow of the Almighty. (Psalm 91:1) ARTB

If Yahweh does not build the house, the builders slave in pretense. If Yahweh does not keep the city, the keepers study in pretense. -- (Psalm 127:1) ARTB 
He fell over his brother Benjamin's neck, and wept, and Benjamin wept over his neck. He kissed all his brothers and wept over them.
(Gen.45:14,15)

But any that takes-refuge in you joys and cheers forever. You shelter over those that love your name and exult in you. (Psalm 5:11) ARTB

King David said to Araunah, "No, I will ||buy|| it for the full silver. For I will never casually debit what is yours and ascend holocausts to Yahweh." (1Chronicles 21:24) ARTB

 

For our captors there asked for a word song going in joy, saying, "Sing us a song from Zion." How can we sing Yahweh's song in a foreign property? (Psalm 137:3,4) ARTB

 

(Gen.45:14,15)

But any that takes-refuge in you joys and cheers forever. You shelter over those that love your name and exult in you. (Psalm 5:11) ARTB

King David said to Araunah, "No, I will ||buy|| it for the full silver. For I will never casually debit what is yours and ascend holocausts to Yahweh." (1Chronicles 21:24) ARTB

 

For our captors there asked for a word song going in joy, saying, "Sing us a song from Zion." How can we sing Yahweh's song in a foreign property? (Psalm 137:3,4) ARTB

 

But any that takes-refuge in you joys and cheers forever. You shelter over those that love your name and exult in you. (Psalm 5:11) ARTB

 

 

 

Remember your nurturing and your mercies, Yahweh, for they are forever. (Psalm 25:6) ARTB
Thus says Yahweh of hosts: The house of Judah will have joy and merriment and good meetings of love, peace and truth. (Zechariah 8:19) ARTB

 

Sanctify the year, the fiftieth year! Call liberty to all the dwellers in all the land . It is a jubilee to you: A man returns into his home, and a man returns into his family. (Leviticus 25:10) ARTB

His righteousness stands for evermore as an emerging light to the upright in the darkness: gracious, nurturing, and righteous. (Psalm 112:3,4) ARTB

I lay and sleep together with peace. For I dwell in safety in Yahweh alone. (Psalm 4:8) ARTB

Yahweh awoke the spirit-wind of Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, governor of Judah, and the spirit-wind of Jeshua the son of Jehozadak, the great priest, and the spirit-wind of all the remnant of the people. They came and worked to make the house of Yahweh of hosts, their God. (Haggai 1:14,15) ARTB

From your rebuke, God of Jacob, the chariot and horse keel-over. (Psalm 76:6)  ARTB

I said to them, "Never open the gate in Jerusalem until the sun warms. Hold the doors firmly until the safekeepers dwelling in Jerusalem stand. Stand a man before his house and a man in his schedule." (Nehemiah 7:3) ARTB

A man named Job was in the land of Uz. That man was faultless and upright. He feared God and turned from evil. (Job1:1) ARTB

God desires the Mount for his dwelling! Yahweh will even reside in it, with the 10,000 chariots of God with their thousands of angels of the Lord always in the sanctuary as in Sinai. (Psalm 68:16,17) ARTB

In that day, the living waters will be proceeding from Jerusalem, having half into the sea of the Ancient-east, and half into the last sea, in summer and in winter. (Zechariah 14:8) ARTB

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My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

Yahweh said, "I ||see|| the humiliation of my people in Egypt, and hear their cry facing their slave-drivers. I know their pain. (Exodus 3:7) ARTB

Do right and good in the eyes of Yahweh. Therefore, by your doing-good, you will come possess the good land which Yahweh swore to your fathers, and push all your enemies from your face, as Yahweh spoke. (Deuteronomy 6:18,19) ARTB

He said, "Please, if I found grace in your eyes, Lord, my Lord, please, go in our center. It is a hard backboned people. Forgive our iniquity and our sin, and inherit us."  (Exodus 34:9) ARTB

I called to Yahweh with my voice, and he answered me from his holy mount. Selah. (Psalm 3:4) ARTB

But Jonah rose to disappear to Tarsus from the face of Yahweh, and descended to Joppa. He found a ship coming to Tarsus, gave the wage, and descended to come with them to Tarsus from the face of Yahweh. (Jonah 1:3) ARTB

Yahweh said to Abraham, "Why this laughing with Sarah saying, 'Truly, even I am-old! Can I beget?' Yahweh's word accomplishes! (Genesis 18:13,14)  ARTB

The eunuch leader said to Daniel, "I fear my lord the king, that enumerated your meat for your banquets. What if he sees, and your faces displease him more than the boys in the celebration? You gamble my head with the king!" (Daniel 1:10) ARTB

Are we not all of one father? Did not one God create us? Why cheat a man and brother by desecrating the covenant of our fathers? (Malachi 2:10)  ARTB

I remember the ancient days. I recite all your craftwork, I meditate on the handiwork of your hands. (Psalm 143:5) ARTB 

They panicked and hustled there to the hold, sweating as in the travail of begetting, for you broke the ships of Tarsus with an east spirit-wind. (Psalm 48:5-7) ARTB

You lovers of Yahweh: hate evil. He keeps the souls of his saints and delivers them from the hand of the wicked. (Psalm 97:10) ARTB

I will give you a new heart, and I will give a new spirit-wind in your center. I will turn the heart of stone from your flesh, and I will give you a heart of flesh. (Ezekiel 36:26) ARTB

For a day in your courtyards is better than a thousand. I choose to be a porter in the house of my God, more than roosting in the tents of wickedness. (Psalm 84:10)

Yahweh keeps the strangers. He testifies for the orphan and widow, but the way of the wicked he subverts. (Psalm 146:9) ARTB 

I waited and waited for Yahweh. He affixed to me, and heard my appeal. (Psalm 40:1) ARTB

 

Sanctify the year, the fiftieth year! Call liberty to all the dwellers in all the land . It is a jubilee to you: A man returns into his home, and a man returns into his family. (Leviticus 25:10) ARTB

His righteousness stands for evermore as an emerging light to the upright in the darkness: gracious, nurturing, and righteous. (Psalm 112:3,4) ARTB

I lay and sleep together with peace. For I dwell in safety in Yahweh alone. (Psalm 4:8) ARTB

Yahweh awoke the spirit-wind of Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, governor of Judah, and the spirit-wind of Jeshua the son of Jehozadak, the great priest, and the spirit-wind of all the remnant of the people. They came and worked to make the house of Yahweh of hosts, their God. (Haggai 1:14,15) ARTB

From your rebuke, God of Jacob, the chariot and horse keel-over. (Psalm 76:6)  ARTB

I said to them, "Never open the gate in Jerusalem until the sun warms. Hold the doors firmly until the safekeepers dwelling in Jerusalem stand. Stand a man before his house and a man in his schedule." (Nehemiah 7:3) ARTB

A man named Job was in the land of Uz. That man was faultless and upright. He feared God and turned from evil. (Job1:1) ARTB

God desires the Mount for his dwelling! Yahweh will even reside in it, with the 10,000 chariots of God with their thousands of angels of the Lord always in the sanctuary as in Sinai. (Psalm 68:16,17) ARTB

In that day, the living waters will be proceeding from Jerusalem, having half into the sea of the Ancient-east, and half into the last sea, in summer and in winter. (Zechariah 14:8) ARTB

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My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

Yahweh said, "I ||see|| the humiliation of my people in Egypt, and hear their cry facing their slave-drivers. I know their pain. (Exodus 3:7) ARTB

Do right and good in the eyes of Yahweh. Therefore, by your doing-good, you will come possess the good land which Yahweh swore to your fathers, and push all your enemies from your face, as Yahweh spoke. (Deuteronomy 6:18,19) ARTB

He said, "Please, if I found grace in your eyes, Lord, my Lord, please, go in our center. It is a hard backboned people. Forgive our iniquity and our sin, and inherit us."  (Exodus 34:9) ARTB

I called to Yahweh with my voice, and he answered me from his holy mount. Selah. (Psalm 3:4) ARTB

But Jonah rose to disappear to Tarsus from the face of Yahweh, and descended to Joppa. He found a ship coming to Tarsus, gave the wage, and descended to come with them to Tarsus from the face of Yahweh. (Jonah 1:3) ARTB

Yahweh said to Abraham, "Why this laughing with Sarah saying, 'Truly, even I am-old! Can I beget?' Yahweh's word accomplishes! (Genesis 18:13,14)  ARTB

The eunuch leader said to Daniel, "I fear my lord the king, that enumerated your meat for your banquets. What if he sees, and your faces displease him more than the boys in the celebration? You gamble my head with the king!" (Daniel 1:10) ARTB

Are we not all of one father? Did not one God create us? Why cheat a man and brother by desecrating the covenant of our fathers? (Malachi 2:10)  ARTB

I remember the ancient days. I recite all your craftwork, I meditate on the handiwork of your hands. (Psalm 143:5) ARTB 

They panicked and hustled there to the hold, sweating as in the travail of begetting, for you broke the ships of Tarsus with an east spirit-wind. (Psalm 48:5-7) ARTB

You lovers of Yahweh: hate evil. He keeps the souls of his saints and delivers them from the hand of the wicked. (Psalm 97:10) ARTB

I will give you a new heart, and I will give a new spirit-wind in your center. I will turn the heart of stone from your flesh, and I will give you a heart of flesh. (Ezekiel 36:26) ARTB

For a day in your courtyards is better than a thousand. I choose to be a porter in the house of my God, more than roosting in the tents of wickedness. (Psalm 84:10)

Yahweh keeps the strangers. He testifies for the orphan and widow, but the way of the wicked he subverts. (Psalm 146:9) ARTB 

I waited and waited for Yahweh. He affixed to me, and heard my appeal. (Psalm 40:1) ARTB

 

Sanctify the year, the fiftieth year! Call liberty to all the dwellers in all the land . It is a jubilee to you: A man returns into his home, and a man returns into his family. (Leviticus 25:10) ARTB

His righteousness stands for evermore as an emerging light to the upright in the darkness: gracious, nurturing, and righteous. (Psalm 112:3,4) ARTB

I lay and sleep together with peace. For I dwell in safety in Yahweh alone. (Psalm 4:8) ARTB

Yahweh awoke the spirit-wind of Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, governor of Judah, and the spirit-wind of Jeshua the son of Jehozadak, the great priest, and the spirit-wind of all the remnant of the people. They came and worked to make the house of Yahweh of hosts, their God. (Haggai 1:14,15) ARTB

From your rebuke, God of Jacob, the chariot and horse keel-over. (Psalm 76:6)  ARTB

I said to them, "Never open the gate in Jerusalem until the sun warms. Hold the doors firmly until the safekeepers dwelling in Jerusalem stand. Stand a man before his house and a man in his schedule." (Nehemiah 7:3) ARTB

A man named Job was in the land of Uz. That man was faultless and upright. He feared God and turned from evil. (Job1:1) ARTB

God desires the Mount for his dwelling! Yahweh will even reside in it, with the 10,000 chariots of God with their thousands of angels of the Lord always in the sanctuary as in Sinai. (Psalm 68:16,17) ARTB

In that day, the living waters will be proceeding from Jerusalem, having half into the sea of the Ancient-east, and half into the last sea, in summer and in winter. (Zechariah 14:8) ARTB

ARTB Verse of the Day - RSS Feed
My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

Yahweh said, "I ||see|| the humiliation of my people in Egypt, and hear their cry facing their slave-drivers. I know their pain. (Exodus 3:7) ARTB

Do right and good in the eyes of Yahweh. Therefore, by your doing-good, you will come possess the good land which Yahweh swore to your fathers, and push all your enemies from your face, as Yahweh spoke. (Deuteronomy 6:18,19) ARTB

He said, "Please, if I found grace in your eyes, Lord, my Lord, please, go in our center. It is a hard backboned people. Forgive our iniquity and our sin, and inherit us."  (Exodus 34:9) ARTB

I called to Yahweh with my voice, and he answered me from his holy mount. Selah. (Psalm 3:4) ARTB

But Jonah rose to disappear to Tarsus from the face of Yahweh, and descended to Joppa. He found a ship coming to Tarsus, gave the wage, and descended to come with them to Tarsus from the face of Yahweh. (Jonah 1:3) ARTB

Yahweh said to Abraham, "Why this laughing with Sarah saying, 'Truly, even I am-old! Can I beget?' Yahweh's word accomplishes! (Genesis 18:13,14)  ARTB

The eunuch leader said to Daniel, "I fear my lord the king, that enumerated your meat for your banquets. What if he sees, and your faces displease him more than the boys in the celebration? You gamble my head with the king!" (Daniel 1:10) ARTB

Are we not all of one father? Did not one God create us? Why cheat a man and brother by desecrating the covenant of our fathers? (Malachi 2:10)  ARTB

I remember the ancient days. I recite all your craftwork, I meditate on the handiwork of your hands. (Psalm 143:5) ARTB 

They panicked and hustled there to the hold, sweating as in the travail of begetting, for you broke the ships of Tarsus with an east spirit-wind. (Psalm 48:5-7) ARTB

You lovers of Yahweh: hate evil. He keeps the souls of his saints and delivers them from the hand of the wicked. (Psalm 97:10) ARTB

I will give you a new heart, and I will give a new spirit-wind in your center. I will turn the heart of stone from your flesh, and I will give you a heart of flesh. (Ezekiel 36:26) ARTB

For a day in your courtyards is better than a thousand. I choose to be a porter in the house of my God, more than roosting in the tents of wickedness. (Psalm 84:10)

Yahweh keeps the strangers. He testifies for the orphan and widow, but the way of the wicked he subverts. (Psalm 146:9) ARTB 

I waited and waited for Yahweh. He affixed to me, and heard my appeal. (Psalm 40:1) ARTB

 

Sanctify the year, the fiftieth year! Call liberty to all the dwellers in all the land . It is a jubilee to you: A man returns into his home, and a man returns into his family. (Leviticus 25:10) ARTB

Sanctify the year, the fiftieth year! Call liberty to all the dwellers in all the land . It is a jubilee to you: A man returns into his home, and a man returns into his family. (Leviticus 25:10) ARTB

His righteousness stands for evermore as an emerging light to the upright in the darkness: gracious, nurturing, and righteous. (Psalm 112:3,4) ARTB

I lay and sleep together with peace. For I dwell in safety in Yahweh alone. (Psalm 4:8) ARTB

Yahweh awoke the spirit-wind of Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, governor of Judah, and the spirit-wind of Jeshua the son of Jehozadak, the great priest, and the spirit-wind of all the remnant of the people. They came and worked to make the house of Yahweh of hosts, their God. (Haggai 1:14,15) ARTB

From your rebuke, God of Jacob, the chariot and horse keel-over. (Psalm 76:6)  ARTB

I said to them, "Never open the gate in Jerusalem until the sun warms. Hold the doors firmly until the safekeepers dwelling in Jerusalem stand. Stand a man before his house and a man in his schedule." (Nehemiah 7:3) ARTB

A man named Job was in the land of Uz. That man was faultless and upright. He feared God and turned from evil. (Job1:1) ARTB

God desires the Mount for his dwelling! Yahweh will even reside in it, with the 10,000 chariots of God with their thousands of angels of the Lord always in the sanctuary as in Sinai. (Psalm 68:16,17) ARTB

In that day, the living waters will be proceeding from Jerusalem, having half into the sea of the Ancient-east, and half into the last sea, in summer and in winter. (Zechariah 14:8) ARTB

ARTB Verse of the Day - RSS Feed
My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

My Lord, all my craving is before you, and I do not hide my sighings from you. (Psalm 38:9) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

Yahweh said, "I ||see|| the humiliation of my people in Egypt, and hear their cry facing their slave-drivers. I know their pain. (Exodus 3:7) ARTB

Do right and good in the eyes of Yahweh. Therefore, by your doing-good, you will come possess the good land which Yahweh swore to your fathers, and push all your enemies from your face, as Yahweh spoke. (Deuteronomy 6:18,19) ARTB

He said, "Please, if I found grace in your eyes, Lord, my Lord, please, go in our center. It is a hard backboned people. Forgive our iniquity and our sin, and inherit us."  (Exodus 34:9) ARTB

I called to Yahweh with my voice, and he answered me from his holy mount. Selah. (Psalm 3:4) ARTB

But Jonah rose to disappear to Tarsus from the face of Yahweh, and descended to Joppa. He found a ship coming to Tarsus, gave the wage, and descended to come with them to Tarsus from the face of Yahweh. (Jonah 1:3) ARTB

Yahweh said to Abraham, "Why this laughing with Sarah saying, 'Truly, even I am-old! Can I beget?' Yahweh's word accomplishes! (Genesis 18:13,14)  ARTB

The eunuch leader said to Daniel, "I fear my lord the king, that enumerated your meat for your banquets. What if he sees, and your faces displease him more than the boys in the celebration? You gamble my head with the king!" (Daniel 1:10) ARTB

Are we not all of one father? Did not one God create us? Why cheat a man and brother by desecrating the covenant of our fathers? (Malachi 2:10)  ARTB

I remember the ancient days. I recite all your craftwork, I meditate on the handiwork of your hands. (Psalm 143:5) ARTB 

They panicked and hustled there to the hold, sweating as in the travail of begetting, for you broke the ships of Tarsus with an east spirit-wind. (Psalm 48:5-7) ARTB

You lovers of Yahweh: hate evil. He keeps the souls of his saints and delivers them from the hand of the wicked. (Psalm 97:10) ARTB

I will give you a new heart, and I will give a new spirit-wind in your center. I will turn the heart of stone from your flesh, and I will give you a heart of flesh. (Ezekiel 36:26) ARTB

For a day in your courtyards is better than a thousand. I choose to be a porter in the house of my God, more than roosting in the tents of wickedness. (Psalm 84:10)

Yahweh keeps the strangers. He testifies for the orphan and widow, but the way of the wicked he subverts. (Psalm 146:9) ARTB 

I waited and waited for Yahweh. He affixed to me, and heard my appeal. (Psalm 40:1) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB

Yahweh said, "I ||see|| the humiliation of my people in Egypt, and hear their cry facing their slave-drivers. I know their pain. (Exodus 3:7) ARTB

Do right and good in the eyes of Yahweh. Therefore, by your doing-good, you will come possess the good land which Yahweh swore to your fathers, and push all your enemies from your face, as Yahweh spoke. (Deuteronomy 6:18,19) ARTB

He said, "Please, if I found grace in your eyes, Lord, my Lord, please, go in our center. It is a hard backboned people. Forgive our iniquity and our sin, and inherit us."  (Exodus 34:9) ARTB

I called to Yahweh with my voice, and he answered me from his holy mount. Selah. (Psalm 3:4) ARTB

But Jonah rose to disappear to Tarsus from the face of Yahweh, and descended to Joppa. He found a ship coming to Tarsus, gave the wage, and descended to come with them to Tarsus from the face of Yahweh. (Jonah 1:3) ARTB

Yahweh said to Abraham, "Why this laughing with Sarah saying, 'Truly, even I am-old! Can I beget?' Yahweh's word accomplishes! (Genesis 18:13,14)  ARTB

The eunuch leader said to Daniel, "I fear my lord the king, that enumerated your meat for your banquets. What if he sees, and your faces displease him more than the boys in the celebration? You gamble my head with the king!" (Daniel 1:10) ARTB

Are we not all of one father? Did not one God create us? Why cheat a man and brother by desecrating the covenant of our fathers? (Malachi 2:10)  ARTB

I remember the ancient days. I recite all your craftwork, I meditate on the handiwork of your hands. (Psalm 143:5) ARTB 

They panicked and hustled there to the hold, sweating as in the travail of begetting, for you broke the ships of Tarsus with an east spirit-wind. (Psalm 48:5-7) ARTB

You lovers of Yahweh: hate evil. He keeps the souls of his saints and delivers them from the hand of the wicked. (Psalm 97:10) ARTB

I will give you a new heart, and I will give a new spirit-wind in your center. I will turn the heart of stone from your flesh, and I will give you a heart of flesh. (Ezekiel 36:26) ARTB

For a day in your courtyards is better than a thousand. I choose to be a porter in the house of my God, more than roosting in the tents of wickedness. (Psalm 84:10)

Yahweh keeps the strangers. He testifies for the orphan and widow, but the way of the wicked he subverts. (Psalm 146:9) ARTB 

I waited and waited for Yahweh. He affixed to me, and heard my appeal. (Psalm 40:1) ARTB

Then you spoke in a vision to your saints, saying, "I will reckon help toward the mighty. I will uplift the chosen people." (Psalm 89:19) ARTB

Your seed will be as the dust of the land bursting to the west, and to the east, and to the north, and to the south: You will bless all the families of the earth by your seed. (Genesis 28:14) ARTB

The dwellers of Gibeon heard what Joshua did in Jericho and in Ai, and they also went as delegates, shrewdly taking deteriorated sackcloth and bundling split and deteriorated wine jugs on their asses. (Joshua 9:3) ARTB 

They will not hunger and will not thirst. The heat and sun will not smite them, for he nurtures and drives them. He will herd them toward fonts of water. (Isaiah 49:10) ARTB
The righteous flower as the date-palm, increasing as a cedar in Lebanon transplanted in the house of Yahweh, and flowering in the courtyards of our God. (Psalm 92:12,13) ARTB 
My eyes are on the believers of the land dwelling with me. He that goes in a faultless way ministers to me. (Psalm 101:6) ARTB
But any that takes-refuge in you joys and cheers forever. You shelter over those that love your name and exult in you. (Psalm 5:11) ARTB
The stormclouds stormed water, and the skies even gave voice. Your gravel voice went in your thunder. (Psalm 77:17) ARTB
For I pleasure in mercy, not sacrifice; and the knowledge of God more than holocausts. (Hosea 6:6) ARTB
I praise the name of God with a song growing in thanksgiving. (Psalm 69:30) ARTB 
Yahweh is the best fortress in the day of persecution. He knows those that take-refuge in him. (Nahum 1:7) ARTB

Ezra prayed and acknowledged with weeping, falling in front of the house of God. An assembly of legions of men and women and boys collected to him from Israel, for the people wept with multiplied weeping. (Ezra10:1)  ARTB

But any that takes-refuge in you joys and cheers forever. You shelter over those that love your name and exult in you. (Psalm 5:11) ARTB
The stormclouds stormed water, and the skies even gave voice. Your gravel voice went in your thunder. (Psalm 77:17) ARTB
For I pleasure in mercy, not sacrifice; and the knowledge of God more than holocausts. (Hosea 6:6) ARTB
I praise the name of God with a song growing in thanksgiving. (Psalm 69:30) ARTB 
Yahweh is the best fortress in the day of persecution. He knows those that take-refuge in him. (Nahum 1:7) ARTB

Ezra prayed and acknowledged with weeping, falling in front of the house of God. An assembly of legions of men and women and boys collected to him from Israel, for the people wept with multiplied weeping. (Ezra10:1)  ARTB

Journeying his people as sheep, and driving them in the wilderness as a flock, he guided them in safety with none terrified. (Psalm 78:52,53) ARTB

I cherish my meditation of him; I joy in Yahweh. (Psalm 104:34) ARTB 

Grace me, God, grace me! For my soul takes-refuge in you. In the shadow of your wings I take-refuge, until this mischief passes. (Psalm 57:1) ARTB

He made the Pleiades and Orion, and transforms the death-shadow to morning, and darkens the day to night. He calls the waters of the sea, and spills them over the face of the land: Yahweh is his name. (Amos 5:8)  ARTB

He overlooked toward the front of Sodom and Gomorrah, and toward the face of all the land of the flats, and saw and beheld the vapor of the land ascending as the vapor of a kiln. (Genesis 19:28) ARTB

Moses was descending from Mount Sinai with the two tablets of testimony in Moses' hand. As he descended from the Mount, Moses never knew that the skin of his face radiated from speaking with him.(Exodus 34:29) ARTB 

From the blackness of the womb to the dew of your birth Yahweh never regretted swearing: "You are a priest forever as the word over Melchizedek." (Psalm 110:3,4) ARTB 

"There I will sprout the horn of David. I will arrange a lamp for my anointed. I will clothe his enemies with disgrace, but over him his consecration will blossom." (Psalm 132:17,18)

As the eyes of servants behold the hand of their lords, and as the eyes of a handmaid the hand of her mistress; so are our eyes at Yahweh our God, until he graces us. (Psalm 123:2) ARTB

"For we heard that Yahweh dried the water of the Sea of Reeds for you to proceed from Egypt, and that which you did to the two kings across the Jordan, Sihon and Og. We heard you condemned them in North-Jordan, and our hearts melted.

(Josh.2:10,11) 
“I positioned wool fleece here in the threshingfloor. If the dew is over the fleece alone, and drought over all the land, I will know that you will save Israel by my hand, as you spoke." He had arisen on the morrow and compressed the fleece, draining the dew from the fleece: a mug full of water. (Judges 6:37,38) ARTB 

 

For his emotion is for a moment, and his acceptance is for life. Weeping lodges for an evening, but cheers in the morning. (Psalm 30:5) ARTB

“In that day," declares Yahweh, "you will be calling me 'My man'; and call not 'My master' again. I will betroth you to me in faithfulness that you know Yahweh. (Hosea 2:16,20) ARTB

My son, when your heart wisens, my heart joys. Also my guts rejoice as your lips speak for justice. (Proverbs 23:15,16) ARTB

God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it, for in it God rested from all the work of creating and making. (Genesis 2:3) ARTB 

Why do I love your Torah? It's my meditation all the day. (Psalm 119:97) ARTB

God: Ransom Israel from all its persecution. (Psalm 25:22) ARTB 

A man of Zion, a man begotten in it says, 'The Supreme, he prepared it!' Yahweh accounts and writes of these people begotten there. Selah. (Psalm 87:5,6) ARTB 

Yahweh knows human thoughts, and their nonsense. (Psalm 94:11) ARTB

You will tread over the lion-king and rattlesnake, you will trample the young-lion and the snake. (Psalm 91:13) ARTB 

The cities of Judah and dwellers of Jerusalem will go and cry at the gods they incense. But they will not ||save|| them in the period of evil. (Jeremiah 11:12) ARTB

Aaron and his sons incensed over the altar of the holocaust, the altar of incense, and all the work of the Holy of Holies, to atone for Israel, all that Moses the servant of God commanded. (1Chronicles 6:49) ARTB

Never fear the terror in the night, the arrow flying in the daytime, pestilence going in the fog, and the weather vandalizing the midday. (Psalm 91:5,6) ARTB

Cheer, heavens! Celebrate, land! Ring with cheering, mountains! For Yahweh comforts his people, and nurtures his humble. (Isaiah 49:13) ARTB 

My heart travails in my center. The awe of death falls over me. Fear and sweating come to me, and shuddering covers me. (Psalm 55:4,5) ARTB

Praise Yah! Make- good music to our God, for praise is pleasant and comely. (Psalm 147:1) ARTB 

Then you spoke in a vision to your saints, saying, "I will reckon help toward the mighty. I will uplift the chosen people. (Psalm 89:19) ARTB

But as for us, Yahweh is our God, and we will never forsake him. The priests, the sons of Aaron, minister to Yahweh, and the Levites work incensing holocausts to Yahweh morning by morning and evening by evening with fragrant incense; regimenting the bread over the 24-carat table; and igniting the gold lampstand lamps evening by evening. (2Chronicles 13:10,11)

Yahweh is the best fortress in the day of persecution. He knows those that take-refuge in him. (Nahum 1:7)

For Yah chose Jacob for himself, and Israel for his prize. (Psalm 135:4) ARTB

Ask for the peace of Jerusalem and success for those you love. (Psalm 122:6) ARTB

The king joys in your strength, Yahweh! In your salvation he celebrates a hundredfold! (Psalm 21:1)

I will establish salvation for him that broadcasts the sayings of Yahweh, the 24-carat sayings, as silver refined in an incinerator in the land, clarified sevenfold. (Psalm 12:5,6) ARTB 

But I called your name, Yahweh, from the bottom of the pit and you heard my voice. Your ear never evaded my appeal for fresh-air! (Lamentations 3:55,56) ARTB

Deliver my soul from the sword, my only-child from the hand of the dog. (Psalm 22:20) ARTB

A man of Zion, a man begotten in it says, 'The Supreme, he prepared it!' Yahweh accounts and writes of these people begotten there. Selah. (Psalm 87:5,6) ARTB

You enlighten my lamp: Yahweh my God brightens my darkness. (Psalm 18:28) ARTB

I say, 'My success will never ever move.' (Psalm 30:6) ARTB

Sing to Yahweh, all the land; bring-news from day to day of his salvation. For all the gods of the people are charms: but Yahweh made the heavens! (1Chronicles 16:23,26) ARTB

He proceeded his people with merriment, and his chosen with cheers giving them the lands of the nations. (Psalm 105:43,44) ARTB

Ezra prayed and acknowledged with weeping, falling in front of the house of God. An assembly of legions of men and women and boys collected to him from Israel, for the people wept with multiplied weeping. (Ezra 10:1)  ARTB

You enlarged my footprints under me, and my ankle never slips. (Psalm 18:36) ARTB

I sicken for your face with all my heart: grace me with your sayings. (Psalm 119:58) ARTB

A talebearer goes revealing secrets, but a believing spirit-wind covers the word. (Proverbs 11:13) ARTB

For under his love for your fathers, he chose their seed after them, and proceeded in front of you with his great power from Egypt, to possess nations greater and bigger than you, bringing and giving you their land in front of you for an inheritance this day. (Deuteronomy 4:37,38) ARTB

Cleanse my sinning with hyssop. Launder me whiter than snow that I hear merriment and joy, and the bones you bruised will celebrate. (Psalm 51:7,8) ARTB 

I called to Yahweh with my voice, and he answered me from his holy mount. Selah. (Psalm 3:4) ARTB

I asked for one article from Yahweh, and I seek it: To dwell in the house of Yahweh all the days of my life, to envision the pleasantness of Yahweh, and to inspect his temple. (Psalm 27:4) ARTB

I remember the ancient days. I recite all your craftwork, I meditate on the handiwork of your hands. (Psalm 143:5) ARTB

I praise the name of God with a song growing in thanksgiving. (Psalm 69:30) ARTB

Grant us salvation from persecution, for human help is a pretense. (Psalm 108:12) ARTB

God desires the Mount for his dwelling! Yahweh will even reside in it, with the 10,000 chariots of God with their thousands of angels of the Lord always in the sanctuary as in Sinai. (Psalm 68:16,17) ARTB

For Yah chose Jacob for himself, and Israel for his prize. (Psalm 135:4) ARTB

Cleanse my sinning with hyssop. Launder me whiter than snow that I hear merriment and joy, and the bones you bruised will celebrate. (Psalm 51:7,8) ARTB

The spirit-wind of the Lord Yahweh is over me, since Yahweh anointed me to bring-news to the humble. He sent me to bind the broken hearted, to call the captured to liberty, and unseal the harnessed. (Isaiah 61:1)  ARTB

For, behold, you are pregnant, and will beget a son. No bareness ascends over his head: For the lad will be a Nazarite to God from the belly as he begins to save Israel from the hand of the Palestinians. (Judges 13:5) ARTB

Before begetting the mountains, and travailing for the land and the world, from forever unto forever, you were God. (Psalm 90:2) ARTB

As the spirit-wind from God was into Saul, David took the harp, and was playing with his hand. Saul freshened with good, and the evil spirit-wind turned from him. (1Samuel 16:23) ARTB

He told her all his heart and said to her, "No bareness can ascend over my head. For I am a Nazarite to God from my mother's belly. If I shave, my power turns from me, I will be sickened, and will be as any human." Delilah saw that he told her all his heart. (Judges 16:17,18) ARTB

For who in the sky ranks with Yahweh? Are the sons of God like Yahweh? (Psalm 89:6)  ARTB

Who gives salvation to Israel from Zion? Yahweh returns the people from captivity. Jacob celebrates, and Israel joys! (Psalm 14:7) ARTB

Behold my servant, I support him. My souls accepts my chosen! I gave my spirit-wind over him to proceed the verdict to the nations. (Isaiah 42:1) ARTB

Samuel took the horn of oil and anointed him in the center of his brothers. The Spirit-wind of Yahweh from above prospered into David from that day. Samuel rose and went to Rameh. But the Spirit-wind of Yahweh turned from Saul, and a evil spirit-wind from Yahweh frightened him. (1Sam.16:13,14)  ARTB

Journeying his people as sheep, and driving them in the wilderness as a flock, he guided them in safety with none terrified. (Psalm 78:52,53) ARTB 

God, you taught me from my youth, and unto here I have told of your accomplishments, and also will unto old-age as a greyhead. (Psalm 71:17,18) ARTB

No king is saved by an abundance of courage, and no mighty is delivered by an abundance of power. (Psalm 33:16) ARTB 

The king joys in your strength, Yahweh! In your salvation he celebrates a hundredfold! (Psalm 21:1) ARTB

Never glean-grapes from your vineyard: Never glean the fruit of your vineyard. Forsake them for the humble and stranger. I am Yahweh your God. (Leviticus 19:10) ARTB 

His name will be forever. His name will be constant to the sun's face. Bless him! All nations congratulate him! (Psalm 72:17) ARTB

God, you proceeded in front of your people walking in the wasteland. Selah. (Psalm 68:7) ARTB

Behold, what goodness and what pleasantness, for brothers to also dwell together! (Psalm 133:1)  ARTB

Beautiful in presentation, the applause of the all land: Mount Zion on the north edge of the town for the King of legions. (Psalm 48:2) ARTB

Better to take-refuge in Yahweh than to trust in humans. (Psalm 118:8) ARTB

I waited and waited for Yahweh. He affixed to me, and heard my appeal. (Psalm 40:1) ARTB

Yahweh, your acceptance stands as my strong mountain. You hid your face, and I was panicked. (Psalm 30:7) ARTB

As David was dwelling in his house, David said to Nathan the prophet, "I dwell here in a house of cedars, but the ark of the covenant of Yahweh is under curtains!" (1Chronicles17:1) ARTB

My enemies insult me all day; those that praised me now swear at me. (Psalm 102:8) ARTB

My heart travails in my center. The awe of death falls over me. Fear and sweating come to me, and shuddering covers me. (Psalm 55:4,5) ARTB

Yahweh tries the righteous, but hates the wicked and the lover of violence. (Psalm 11:5) ARTB 

The tablets were the handiwork of God, and the ||writing|| of God, graven over the tablets. (Exodus 32:16) ARTB 

You enlighten my lamp: Yahweh my God brightens my darkness. (Psalm 18:28) ARTB

Ask for the peace of Jerusalem and success for those you love. (Psalm 122:6) ARTB

My eyes are on the believers of the land dwelling with me. He that goes in a faultless way ministers to me. (Psalm 101:6) ARTB

Never glean-grapes from your vineyard: Never glean the fruit of your vineyard. Forsake them for the humble and stranger. I am Yahweh your God. (Leviticus 19:10) ARTB

God, you are my God. I anticipate you. My soul thirsts for you. My tired flesh aches for you as a desert land without water. (Psalm 63:1) ARTB

Haggai, Yahweh's messenger spoke Yahweh's message to the people, saying, "I am with you!" declares Yahweh. (Haggai 1:13) ARTB 

Grace me, Yahweh, for I languish. Yahweh, heal me, for my bones panic and my soul panics a hundredfold. (Psalm 6:2,3) ARTB
Yahweh transformed and fortified the spirit-wind a hundredfold, and lifted the locusts from the west, and stuck them in the Sea of Reeds. Not one locust remained in all the borders of Egypt. (Exodus10:19) ARTB 
My son, when your heart wisens, my heart joys. Also my guts rejoice as your lips speak for justice. (Proverbs 23:15,16) ARTB

Dwell in hiding in the Supreme, lodge in the shadow of the Almighty. (Psalm 91:1) ARTB 

Yahweh puts erect all the fallen and all the crippled. (Psalm 145:14) ARTB

The savior will ascend Mount Zion to judge Esau's mountain; and the kingdom will be for Yahweh. (Obadiah 1:21) ARTB 

As the apricot tree of the forest, so is my beloved between the sons. I dwell in his shadow and desire his sweet fruit for my palate. (Song of Solomon 2:3) ARTB

The cities of Judah and dwellers of Jerusalem will go and cry at the gods they incense. But they will not ||save|| them in the period of evil. (Jeremiah 11:12) ARTB 

Grant to Yahweh the honor of his name. Bow to Yahweh, and respect the sanctuary. (Psalm 29:2) ARTB

My God, my God, why forsake me? My words roar, and my salvation is afar. (Psalm 22:1) ARTB

Trust in him in all periods. You people: Spill your heart in front of him. God is a refuge for us. Selah. (Psalm 62:8) ARTB

We did the work with half fortified with javelins from the ascending of the daylight until the stars proceeded. Also in that period I said to the people, "Men and lads, lodge in the midst of Jerusalem. Work in the day, and be safekeepers for us in the night."  (Nehemiah 4:21,22) ARTB 

His feet will stand that day over the Mount of Olives, facing Jerusalem from the sunrise. The Mount of Olives will split with half to the east and to the west for a very great valley. Half of the Mount will depart north, and half to the south. (Zechariah 14:4) ARTB

But the humans valued as nothing relate as subdued animals and murmur. (Psalm 49:12) ARTB

As the hart pants over the water streams, so my soul pants after you, God. (Psalm 42:1)  ARTB

I remember the ancient days. I recite all your craftwork, I meditate on the handiwork of your hands. (Psalm 143:5)  ARTB

But you, Lord, are a nurturing God, gracious, patient in emotion, with much mercy and truth. (Psalm 86:15) ARTB

The midwives said to Pharaoh, "The Hebrews are not as the Egyptian women. They are lively, and beget before the midwives come to them!" God was-good to the midwives. The people multiplied and proliferated a hundredfold. (Exodus 1:19,20)  ARTB

I prepare my prayer in front of you as incense, a token from my palms for the evening food-gift. (Psalm 141:2) ARTB

For in the day of evil he hid me in his shelter, he smuggled me in hiding in his tent, he uplifted me on a rock! (Psalm 27:5) ARTB

Mercy and truth intercept; righteousness and peace kiss. (Psalm 85:10) ARTB 

I am continually with you. You hold my right hand. (Psalm 73:23) ARTB

Yahweh, fulfill your mercy through me. Yahweh, never ever forsake the handiwork of your hands! (Psalm138:8) ARTB

Many nations will go and say, "Go with us and ascend the Mount of Yahweh, into the house of the God of Jacob. He will direct us in his ways, and we will go in his paths." For the Torah proceeds from Zion, and the word of Yahweh from Jerusalem. (Micah 4:2)  ARTB

He came into my house with wine, and his banner over me was love. (Song of Solomon 2:4) ARTB

I love my lovers anticipating me and finding me. Riches and honor are with me with eternal wealth and righteousness. (Proverbs 8:17,18)  ARTB 

As for the likeness of the living-creatures, their appearance was as ignited coals of fire. The appearance of torches went between the living-creatures as it brightened the fire, and lightning proceeded from the fire, scooting and returning to the living-creatures in the appearance of a lightning-bolt. (Ezekiel 1:13,14) ARTB

Know Yahweh: he's God. He made us his people and the sheep of his pasture. (Ps.100:3) ARTB

Moses was descending from Mount Sinai with the two tablets of testimony in Moses' hand. As he descended from the Mount, Moses never knew that the skin of his face radiated from speaking with him. (Exodus 34:29)  ARTB

He is as a tree transplanted by the channels of water, that gives fruit in its period. His foliage never withers, and all that he does prospers. (Psalm 1:3) ARTB

The singers will precede with the players amidst them and the timbrel-tapping adolescent-girls afterwards. (Psalm 68:25)  ARTB

For you are my cliff and my stronghold. Therefore guide me and herd me by your name. (Psalm 31:3) ARTB

We acknowledge you, God! Your nearest acknowledge your name and account your accomplishments! (Psalm 75:1) ARTB

Joseph, a son of thirty years, stood in front of Pharaoh, king of Egypt. Joseph proceeded from the face of Pharaoh, and passed all the land of Egypt. In the seven years of plenty the land made handfuls. (Genesis 41:46,47) ARTB

Yahweh awoke the spirit-wind of Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, governor of Judah, and the spirit-wind of Jeshua the son of Jehozadak, the great priest, and the spirit-wind of all the remnant of the people. They came and worked to make the house of Yahweh of hosts, their God. (Haggai 1:14,15)  ARTB

The people joyed in donating, for with their whole heart they donated to Yahweh. King David also joyed with great joy. (1Chronicles 29:9) ARTB

"Do not fear, for I am with you. I will bring your seed from the sunrise, and collect yours from the sunset." (Isaiah 43:5)  ARTB

You enlighten my lamp: Yahweh my God brightens my darkness. (Psalm18:28) ARTB

He said, "Please take your son, your only-child Isaac, that you love. Go into the land of Moriah. Ascend him there as a holocaust over one of the mountains which I say to you." (Genesis 22:2) ARTB

In the day of your begetting, your kindred never cut your umbilical-cord, never washed you in water to scrub you, never ||salted|| you at all, and never ||swaddled|| you at all. (Ezekiel 16:4) ARTB

Return to Yahweh your God, for he's gracious and nurturing, patient in emotion, with much mercy. He comforts toward the evildoer who knows to return. (Joel 2:13,14) ARTB

Those that hate Zion will recoil backward in shame. (Psalm 129:5) ARTB

For the cloud of Yahweh was over the tabernacle in the daytime, with fire on it in the night, in the eyes of all the house of Israel on all their journeys. (Exodus 40:38) ARTB

Speak to the Levites, and say to them, Take the tithes from the sons of Israel. I give you them for your inheritance. Uplift from it a contribution for Yahweh, a tithe of a tithe. (Numbers 18:26) ARTB

The dwellers of Gibeon heard what Joshua did in Jericho and in Ai, and they also went as delegates, shrewdly taking deteriorated sackcloth and bundling split and deteriorated wine jugs on their asses. (Joshua 9:3)  ARTB

You applaud and joy in anyone seeking you, saying, "Lovers of God grow continually in your salvation!"  (Psalm 70:4) ARTB

The stormclouds stormed water, and the skies even gave voice. Your gravel voice went in your thunder. (Psalm 77:17) ARTB

From my knowledge of your hardness, your backbone is an iron sinew, and your forehead bronze. (Isaiah 48:4) ARTB

Multitudes of citizens dwelling in the end will fear your signs and cheer your proceedings of the morning and evening. (Psalm 65:7,8) ARTB

The priest dips his finger in the blood, and spatters it seven times in front of Yahweh, facing the drape, and gives the blood over the horns of the altar facing Yahweh in the meeting tent, and spills all the blood at the foundation of the altar of holocaust, in the opening of the meeting tent. (Leviticus 4:17,18) ARTB (Leviticus 4:17,18) ARTB

He made the Pleiades and Orion, and transforms the death-shadow to morning, and darkens the day to night. He calls the waters of the sea, and spills them over the face of the land: Yahweh is his name. (Amos 5:8)  ARTB

Praise Yah! Make- good music to our God, for praise is pleasant and comely. (Psalm 147:1) ARTB

"Never touch my anointed!" and "Never do-evil to my prophets!" (Psalm105:15) ARTB

Jael, Heber's woman, took a tent stake and set a hammer in her hand. She came at him in obscurity, stuck the stake in his temple, and he slid to the ground. He keeled-over and flew to dying. (Judges 4:21) ARTB

When you vintage your vineyard, never glean-grapes from it afterwards. It is for the stranger, for the orphan, and for the widow.  (Deuteronomy 24:21) ARTB

God, you taught me from my youth, and unto here I have told of your accomplishments, and also will unto old-age as a greyhead. (Psalm 71:17,18) ARTB 

He is as a tree transplanted by the channels of water, that gives fruit in its period. His foliage never withers, and all that he does prospers. (Psalm 1:3)  ARTB

He uplifts the horn of his people. All his saints, praise! Sons of Israel and people near to him, praise Yah! (Psalm 148:14) ARTB

As the eyes of servants behold the hand of their lords, and as the eyes of a handmaid the hand of her mistress; so are our eyes at Yahweh our God, until he graces us. (Psalm 123:2) ARTB

He said, "Please take your son, your only-child Isaac, that you love. Go into the land of Moriah. Ascend him there as a holocaust over one of the mountains which I say to you."  (Genesis 22:2)  ARTB

 The holy in the land, they are noble. I pleasure in them all. (Psalm 16:3)  ARTB

To you, my sheep, thus says the Lord Yahweh: Behold, I will judge between the yearling rams and yearling billy-goats. (Ezekiel 34:17) ARTB

I am continually with you. You hold my right hand. (Psalm 73:23)  ARTB

I am continually with you. You hold my right hand. (Psalm 73:23)  ARTB

For who in the sky ranks with Yahweh? Are the sons of God like Yahweh? (Psalm 89:6)  ARTB

He found a putrifying jaw of an ass, sent his hand and took it to smite a thousand men. Samson said, "With the jaw of an ass, ||a female-ass!||, with the jaw of an ass I smote a thousand men!" (Judges15:15,16)  ARTB

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 The messenger of Yahweh said to her, "Behold, your pregnancy will beget a son. Call his name Ishmael (God heard), for Yahweh heard into your humiliation." -- (Gen.16:11) ARTB

They ||said|| to the king of North-Iraq, "The nations which you exiled dwelling in the cities of Samaria, never knew the verdict of the God of the land: He sent lions to them, and they died here never knowing the verdict of the God of the land." -- (2K17:26)

How much of your goodness you smuggled for your fearers. You crafted those taking-refuge in you before the sons of humans! -- (Ps.31:19) ARTB


The Nile will teem with frogs ascending and coming in the recesses of your house, over your pallet and your couch, in the house of your servants, and on your people, in your ovens, and in your kneading-bowls. -- (Exodus 8:3)  ARTB


Yahweh is my cliff, my stronghold and my rescuer! My God, my rock, in him I take-refuge! My shield, the horn of my salvation, and my high-tower. -- (Psalm 18:2)  ARTB

Yahweh puts erect all the fallen and all the crippled. -- (Psalm 145:14) ARTB

We had sweet secrets together in the house of God. -- (Psalm 55:14)  ARTB

Happy the man that never goes in the counsel of the wicked, never stands in the way of sinners, and never dwells in the dwelling of the scorners. -- (Psalm 1:1)  ARTB

The priest dips his finger in the blood, and spatters it seven times in front of Yahweh, facing the drape, and gives the blood over the horns of the altar facing Yahweh in the meeting tent, and spills all the blood at the foundation of the altar of holocaust, in the opening of the meeting tent. -- (Leviticus 4:17,18)  ARTB

Josiah also ignited the mediums, wizards, and all the outlawed teraphim idols seen in the land of Judah and in Jerusalem, therefore raising the words written over the account in the Torah that Hilkiah the priest found in the house of Yahweh. -- (2 Kings 23:24) ARTB


In that period they will call Jerusalem 'The Throne of Yahweh'. All the nations will wait for the name of Yahweh in Jerusalem. They will not go again after the imaginations of their evil heart. -- (Jeremiah 3:17) ARTB

Return to me the merriment of your salvation, and put in me a generous spirit-wind. -- (Psalm 51:12)  ARTB

Then all the trees of the forest will cheer to Yahweh's face, for he comes! Yahweh reigns! -- (Psalm 96:12,13)  ARTB

As the apricot tree of the forest, so is my beloved betweeen the sons. I dwell in his shadow and desire his sweet fruit for my palate. -- (Song of Solomon 2:3) ARTB

Fix your heavens, Yahweh, and descend. Touch the mountains, and they smoke! -- (Ps.144:5)  ARTB


As a father nurtures sons, Yahweh nurtures those that fear him. -- (Ps.103:13)  ARTB


Yahweh, argue with my opponents. Fight those that fight me! -- (Ps.35:1) ARTB


Dwell in hiding in the Supreme, lodge in the shadow of the Almighty. -- (Ps.91:1)  ARTB


Cheer with joy and pleasure in my righteousness. Say continually, Yahweh pleasures in the growing peace of his servant.; -- (Ps.35:27)  ARTB


I cried to Yahweh with my voice, with my voice to Yahweh God to grace me.I spill my meditation in front of him. I tell him my persecutions to his face. My sprit-wind overwhelms over me, but you know my route. (Psalm 142:1-3) ARTB

For I pleasure in mercy, not sacrifice; and the knowledge of God more than holocausts. -- (Hos.6:6) ARTB

Bless Yahweh, my soul, and all that is in my center, bless his holy name. -- (Ps.103:1) ARTB
 

In that day, the living waters will be proceeding from Jerusalem, having half into the sea of the Ancient-east, and half into the last sea, in summer and in winter. -- (Zech.14:8)  ARTB


For he satisfies the frenzied soul, and fills the hungry soul with good, and dwells with prisoners in humiliation and irons in darkness and the death-shadow . -- (Ps.107:9,10) ARTB

As David was dwelling in his house, David said to Nathan the prophet, I dwell here in a house of cedars, but the ark of the covenant of Yahweh is under curtains! -- (1Chr.17:1) ARTB


We acknowledge you, God! Your nearest acknowledge your name and account your accomplishments! -- (Ps.75:1) ARTB

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Ancient Roots Perspective on Antichrist video

 

Several people have asked me my opinion of the popular U-tube video that is circulating widely on the internet:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=raCRSjnT0Wc 

The contributor, ppsimmons, asks the question whether Barack Obama’s name is revealed in Luke 10:18, if the text was translated into Hebrew.

 

Since I’m working on the Aramaic text, I thought I’d give you the latest from my work.

 

1)  The Hebrew and Aramaic agree for the word “lightning”.  The spelling is “BARAQ” as the contributor points out, and the Strong’s numbers is 1300.  Interestingly, Strong’s number 1301 is the proper name, “Barak”.  He helped fight with Deborah in the book of Judges, chapters 4 and 5.  You can look up ALL the references for those Strong’s numbers at the website on the ARTB Bible Search: http://www.ancientrootsbible.com/external/text/word/strongs-search.html 

 

2) I translated the Hebrew word 1116 as “High-Places”, not “Height” or “Heaven”.  In some places the spelling is “BMH” and some places “BMT”.  The Hebrew in the verse cited in the video, Isaiah 14:14, is the BMT form, not the BMH form.  Isaiah 16:12 and Ezekiel 20:29 use the BMH form.   So the clear point to the president’s last name is not quite so straightforward.

 

3) The Aramaic translation of the New Testament matches half of his conclusion about Luke 10:18.  The word “lightning” BARAK, is there.  But the second word is a different words altogether, 8065, which I’ve designated as “heaven”, “SHMYN”. 

 

Here’s the rough copy of my notes for the passage with the English words and the matching Hebrew strong’s numbers:

 

18 (He) 1930 (said) 560 (to) 3807b (them) 2007 (I have) t1934e (envisioned) 2370 (Satan) 7854 (He) 1886bl (fell) 5308d (as) 3588c (lightning) a1300 (from) 4481 (heaven) a8065 

 

4)  The meaning of our President’s name is closer to “LIGHTNING AND HIGH-PLACES” without a clean match on the last name.  I do not agree with the conclusion that his name is "revealed" in Luke 10:18. 

 

I’m very excited that the work I’m doing in Ancient Roots will allow us to view all the references for a particular Hebrew/Aramaic word THROUGHOUT the bible.  Today you have to do a lot of work to put the pieces together--soon it should be easier! 

 

The New Testament has NOT gone to press yet.   If you note above, the Strong’s numbers for the passage match the Hebrew.  This has never been done before, and required more work than I expected.  Stay tuned—I’ll let you know as soon as it goes to the printer.

 

A. Frances Werner

 

 

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New Testament Update, March2009

My excitement builds as the Ancient Roots Translinear Bible (ARTB) New
Testament is closer to completion.  The ARTB will usher in a powerful new
capability, integrating the Aramaic New Testament in the original language
of Jesus (Yeshua) with the Hebrew Old Testament.

In my last note, I had hoped that it would be ready for release this
spring.  However, I underestimated the time it has taken to integrate the
computer search capability. All current bible versions have two separate
systems, one based upon Hebrew for the Old Testament (Torah, Prophets,
etc.) and a second based upon Greek for the New Testament.  There has been
no connection between the two parts—until now.

For example, the Greek word “Gospel” is in use in the Aramaic NT, but
only appears a third of  the time as it does in the in the Greek NT text.
Jesus (Yeshua) never used the word!  What did he say?  He chose the urgent
biblical Hebrew verbs about “bringing-news” and “heralding the
message”.

Bear with me--I want you to easily be able to know which words are the
more recent Greek words and which are the original biblical Hebrew.  We now
have the solution, but it has never been until now.  I believe it is worth
getting it right, rather than rushing to press.

A. Frances Werner

Insights on Crucifixion

I’m continuing to press ahead on finishing the Ancient Roots Translinear Bible (ARTB) New Testament.  Just thought I’d share an interesting insight with you about CRUCIFIXION.  I had always thought that the cruel form of capital punishment of crucifixion was an invention of the Romans at the time of Christ.  But the Aramaic New Testament helps uncover that the concept probably occured at the time of Ezra, during the return from Bablyon, approximately 400BC.
There is a Hebrew word “zaqap” (Strong’s number 2210) which is “erect” in the Ancient Roots Translinear Bible (ARTB).  It occurs twice in the Old Testament:
Ps 145:14
Yahweh puts erect all the fallen and all the crippled.
Ps 146:8
Yahweh unseals the blind. Yahweh erects the crippled. Yahweh loves the righteous!
(If you haven’t tried the WordSearch feature on www.AncientRoots.com, give it a whirl!  Simply enter the number 2210 in the Strong’s number box, and these verses will pop up.)
The single Aramaic use in the Old Testament is spelled the same “zaqap” (Strong’s number 2211), and also is listed as “erect” in the ARTB in Ezra 6:11.
   
I set a statute that any mortal altering this decision has the wood razed from his house. Erect it and injure him over it. Serve his house to the garbage-heap for this.
When you get to the New Testament, the usage of the root 2211 explodes.  It changes a tiny bit in spelling, but is clearly is the word “CRUCIFY” as the crowd calls for Jesus’ death.  It also has a related root which is the word “CROSS”. 
As usual, the Hebrew/Aramaic vocabulary is wonderful in its richness.  They clearly differentiated between HANGING on a tree (ie an actual TREE with a NOOSE), and dying by being hung on a manmade structure by manmade means which is CRUCIFIXION in the New Testament (NAILED to a CROSS).  The Ezra 6:11 verse catches the transition:  Tear down the house, ERECT a manmade structure, and INJURE him over it.  Sure sounds like crucifixion to me. 
You may want to make a note in your ARTB text. 
I also received a note about this information from a reader:
Your research is confirmed by historical references. It was used even before Ezra.
Acccording to Josephus and other authorities, Haman was crucified on a cross by Ahasuerus, King of Persia.Crucifixion was used extensively by the Persians:
Wikipedia has-

"It was in use particularly among the Persians, Seleucids, Carthaginians, and Romans from about the 6th century BC to the 4th century AD, when in the year 337 Emperor Constantine I abolished it in his empire, out of veneration for Jesus Christ, the most famous victim of crucifixion.[1][2] "

A. Frances Werner
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