Israel

Covenant People

And I will remember the covenant which I have made with my people, and I have covenanted with them that I would gather them together in my own due time, that I would give unto them again the land of their fathers for their inheritance, which is the Land of Yerushalayim, which is the promised land unto them for ever, says the Father. 

And it shall come to pass that the time comes when the fullness of my besorah shall be preached unto them, and they shall believe in me, that I am Yeshua HaMashiach, the Son of Elohim, and shall pray unto the Father in my name. Then shall their watchmen lift up their voice, and with the voice together shall they sing, for they shall see eye to eye. Then will the Father gather them together again and give unto them Yerushalayim for the land of their inheritance. Then shall they break forth into joy. Sing together, you waste places of Yerushalayim, for the Father has comforted his people, he has redeemed Yerushalayim. The Father has made bare his holy arm in the eyes of all the nations, and all the ends of the earth shall see the salvation of the Father. And the Father and I are echad.

—3 Nefi 9:8-9 SoJ
Blog Series

Paleo-Hebrew

Shin – Genesis 5

When Adam named the animals, he didn’t give them common names but rather consciously reckoned his fellow creatures for their essential natures. The noun שם (shem) means name, fame, and Conscious Knowledge Of The Whole Of Creation.

Shin – Genesis 3 & 4

The paleo-hebrew word for Seth and appointed are the same. “God has appointed me another seed instead of Abel whom Cain slew. And God revealed himself unto Seth”

Shin – Genesis 2

I have to wonder if this is where the word Amen comes from. It is related to showing belief, confirmation, or support. I am also wondering if it is the same word used in Testimony of Saint John: “In the name of Father Ahman”

Shin – Genesis 1

I find it interesting that the English letter S looks like a Snake (Serpent), is the beginning letter of those two words as well as the word Satan, and makes the same sound as the Paleo Hebrew letter Shin (Sin) which is also the sound similar to the hiss of a snake.