Hebrew & Greek Word Glossary

Whether you’re just discovering the Hebrew roots of your faith or you’ve been diving deep for a long time, sometimes Michael Rood may use a Hebrew or Greek term you’ve never heard before. Here are some of the most common terms used in A Rood Awakening! International teachings:

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There are 3 names in this directory beginning with the letter S.
Lit. end, cease, rest. The Sabbath, a day of rest and spiritual enrichment. From Friday evening to Saturday evening.

A ram's horn, blown like a trumpet as a call to repentance.

Lit. booth. The temporary dwellings we live in during Sukkot, the week-long Fall Feast of the LORD. It was on the first day of Sukkot that Yeshua was born in a sukkah or “manger”, incorrectly translated as a feeding trough.

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