The chaciyd at The Tabernacle of YAHUAH have been
studying the Hebraic language for almost one year. The
Scripture readings that are available
for your listening are a result of their research into the
studying the Hebraic words pronunciation, practicing speaking the Hebraic words
and adding to their Hebraic vocabulary one word at a time.
Raah Brown would like to encourage all the chaciyd everywhere to study and research the Hebraic words on their own by sharing his method of research and sources of research materials that he uses.
Strong's Concordance with Hebrew and Greek Lexicon This reference is available on line, in most book stores and in some popular Scripture programs.
Blue Letter Bible's Search
Compliments of www.blueletterbible.org this search tool allows you to search the Bible for passages of Scripture, for individual words or combinations of words, for phrases, and even by Strong's numbers. Searches turn up results using all of our available tools, linking your search requests to lexicons, concordances, a variety of reference works (e.g. Easton's Bible Dictionary and the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia), and more.
|Young's Analytical Concordance to the Bible This reference is available on line, in most book stores and in some popular Scripture programs.|
|Hebrew For Christians hebrew4christians.com/ An excellent website for research on Hebraic words. Although we do not endorse or necessarily agree with all information on this site, we do recommend it as a learning tool for Hebraic words.|
KJV Audio Bible 2001 on CD ROM and NIV Bible Software. An excellent study tool that has audio pronunciation of Hebraic words and fast search resources. One source we found was at biblebible.com/bible-software.asp.
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible: By Jeff A.
Hebrew Letters, Words and Roots Defined Within Their Ancient Cultural Context
|The Scriptures -PUBLISHED AND DISTRIBUTED BY: Institute for Scripture Research (PTY) LTD - Restores the Name of the Almighty to its rightful place in the text, restores the meaning to so many words which have become popular to use, but do not accurately reflect the meaning of the original.|