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9 thoughts on “ Your Soul (Hebrew Version) ”

  1. Zulkilmaran says:
    When Jehovah God created the first man, Adam, the Bible says that “man became a living soul.” (Genesis , King James Version) Adam was not given a soul —he became a living soul, or cofotechsatocri.diofroskicantlenraegibizpnanelantui.infoinfo Bible says that the soul can work, crave food, eat, obey laws, and touch a dead cofotechsatocri.diofroskicantlenraegibizpnanelantui.infoinfocus ;.
  2. Mulrajas says:
    Deuteronomy (HNV) and you shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might. King James Version Chapter Parallel.
  3. Nar says:
    Over 10, Bible plans including: one year and chronological, topical plans, daily devotions for women, kids, teenagers, men, and more.
  4. Keramar says:
    Genesis And the L ORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being [King James Version, "soul"]. The fact is, the living soul is from the one word in Hebrew, nephesh—a creature, or being that breathes. To chase this out in another place, turn to Leviticus.
  5. Terr says:
    What Is the Soul? The Hebrew term for “soul” is nephesh. It is found more than times in the Old Testament. Because of the variety of contextual meanings, it is not always rendered by the English word soul. The King James Version uses twenty-eight different words by which to translate the original term.
  6. Tokasa says:
    What does it mean to "lift up one's soul" to the Lord? What does the phrase "nafshi 'essa" mean? Well, the word 'essa comes from the verb nassa, often used in the Scriptures to refer to the lifting or bearing up of something (like the waters that lifted up the ark of Noah [Gen. ] or hands that are lifted up in prayer [Psalm ]). The word for soul (i.e., nefesh) refers to the breath of.
  7. Mikara says:
    It is the seat of your memory, and your feelings, and your imagination, and your convictions, and your desires, and your affections. Why Your Soul Matters John Bunyan wrote a book called, “The Greatness of the Soul,” and in it he gives us 11 reasons why the soul is so valuable.
  8. Kagal says:
    Our soul is basically who we are—our mind, our emotion, and our will. But the function of our soul is to express God. In Luke , Mary said that her soul magnified the Lord. To magnify something implies that something hidden is made large, or expressed, for all to see. Note 1 of verse 47 in the Recovery Version explains this occurrence.
  9. Meztijind says:
    The only Hebrew word traditionally translated "soul" (nephesh) in English language Bibles refers to a living, breathing conscious body, rather than to an immortal soul.

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