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The Greek New Testament Bible is trusted by over 2.4 billion Christians as foundational to belief in God, yet scholars have good reason to believe Yeshua (Jesus) and his disciples conversed in Hebrew and “Galilean Aramaic”, in addition to “Koine Greek.” No copies of the New Testament exist in either Hebrew or Galilean Aramaic, but a wealth of new discoveries in Israel are helping close the gaps.
The AHAV Bible Project is reconstructing the underlying Hebrew New Testament “mindset.” This is now made possible by bridging Greek New Testament texts with Hebrew and Aramaic discoveries in Galilee, where Yeshua (Jesus) taught and throughout Israel.
The Word of God is more about a spiritual relationship than a formula or theology about God. As we study and apply deeper elements of relationship with God, we experience Mashiyach (Anointed One-Messiah). A wealth of God’s wisdom and truth awaits to help us draw closer to our Abba Father and each other.
Hebraic sacrifice and offering is an example of how God desires to draw us closer. Qorban (sacrifice-offering) is derived from qara (to draw close). Most of the world appeased deities with gifts, but YHWH (the LORD) desires people to return to Him and draw close. Qorban is the master term covering all elements of sacrifice and offering. From Genesis to Revelation, values of qorban reveal threads of how God’s impeccable loving instruction draws us close.
“Virtue” is a translation of Hebrew “chayil,” which relates to warrior-like power required for leadership. Yeshua says chayil (power-strength) went out of him, Luke 8:46. Scripture reveals chayil as the Power God gives to draw closer. An Eyshet chayil is a “woman of virtue”, Ruth exemplifies a woman of power who left everything to be joined with YHWH (the LORD) and His people.
The AHAV Bible builds confidence, power, and faith in God and His Word, and provides tools for further inquiry into Yeshua’s original Hebraic teachings and culture.
Aramaic Hebrew Amplified Version
“AHAV” or “Ahavah” is “love” in Hebrew. The AHAV Bible Project illustrates deeper core elements of God’s love. AHAV reveals powerful ways to access God’s “chayil” (power) that’s been buried in Greek New Testament translations for nearly 2,000 years.
The prophet Daniel said the “discerning will shine like the brightness of the firmament and those who turn many to righteousness like the stars forever and ever“ (Daniel 12:3). The word under “discerning” (שְׂכִּלִ֔ sakal) helps define the empowerment required to “turn many to righteousness.”
Prophecies as Daniel 12 underscore the work of Yeshua (Jesus) for such a time as this. Followers of Yeshua are to be “waters of justice and righteousness (that) run like an ever-flowing stream” Amos 5:24, who “rise to the high calling of God in Mashiyach (Messiah)…” Philippians 3:14.