Adonai Yireh

 

100_1837Adonai – from the Hebrew, meaning “the Lord”, the boss, the ultimate One in charge.

Yireh – also from the Hebrew, meaning our provider, the One who supplies our needs.

Some are familiar with the term Jehovah Jireh, which is not really Hebrew, and comes to us through German, but the meaning is the same.

By the way there is no “J” sound in Hebrew.

 Lord God we are so grateful that you are in charge, and that by your mercy and care for us, you provide for all of our needs. Amen.

 

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quote from the NIV Bible 

 

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Shalom

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Shalom is a Hebrew word, that means much more than the ceasing of activity.

The essence of the word contains a sense of wholeness, of well being, of internal calmness.

So when someone uses the word Shalom is it a powerful blessing!

And it shows us much more of the peace, God has always intended for us.

Shalom!

   

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