In Hebrew Voices, My Favorite Bible Verse, Nehemia Gordon talks about the first verse his father ever taught him, and why he suspects his favorite verse might have also been one of Yeshua’s favorites, and quite possibly the last words on Yeshuah's lips. This episode is available as a video and as a podcast. Continue reading
In this Support Team Study, Wow, It's a Vav, lies the truth about the ancient pronunciation of the Hebrew letter Vav! Is it V or W? Is God's holy name Yehovah or Yehowah? Leave opinion behind, as Nehemia Gordon shares never-before seen Hebrew manuscripts, and definitive evidence from the Tanakh. After watching this video teaching, you won't have any doubts about this topic. To help you in your study, a transcript of this episode has been included below. Continue reading
In this special Hebrew Voices, Emergency UN Update, Nehemia Gordon talks with Michael Rood about the United Nations resolution on December 23, 2016 attacking Israel, and exposes a modern-day Antiochus. This episode is available as a video and a podcast.
Cecille wrote: “AMEN!!!! What a message!… You are the true ambassador to the nations on the globe from Israel to remind all, the specific establishment on the Rock of the God of Israel His Covenant with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Israel). That Land belongs to God.” Continue reading
In Hebrew Voices, Information Unleashed, Nehemia Gordon explains how the Hebrew Roots of Hanukkah reveal the origin of the pagan ban on God's holy name. Learn how Judah the Maccabee ignored the noise of the multitudes, to stand against the ban and reclaim the true miracle of this holiday by proclaiming His eternal name!This episode is available as a video and as a podcast.
Michael wrote: "I called on God for years not knowing His real name and He answered my heart's desire to have a relationship with Him. I now do call on Him by His Hebrew name and my life has changed." Continue reading
In this episode of Hebrew Voices, The Chinese Discover Haunukkah, Nehemia Gordon explains how he found himself teaching about Hanukkah, Christmas, and the ban on the Name, to hundreds of atheist high school students in China.
Diana wrote: “Loved the stories that Nehemia shared...could have listened for hours more.” Continue reading
In Nehemia Gordon's Support Team Study, Jaw-Dropping Revelations from Israel, he talks with Dev Daniel about his adventures with the mysterious T-Bone, a revelation received on a Galilee mountaintop, and the discovery of a large cache of unknown Hebrew manuscripts. Judy wrote: "Wow, this is so amazing, again Nehemia thank you for ALL you do and Share, can't get enough." Continue reading
In The Tower That Still Stands, Nehemia Gordon tells the story of how he found the name of God with full vowels as the Twin Towers were falling on 9/11, and how we can find strength in the Midgal Oz, the “strong tower” that still stands. Looking forward to reading your comments! Sarah wrote: "This episode gave me chill bumps, again and again! I just had to stand up and shout!" Continue reading
In Hebrew Voices, Why Would I Ever Stop, Nehemia Gordon shares with Dev Daniel his excitement about finding the name "Yehovah" in over 100 newly available Hebrew manuscripts, how this is a game-changer in the debate about God's holy name, and why Nehemia came to Israel to continue this earth-shattering research. You are invited to watch the video or listen to the podcast. Continue reading
In Hebrew Voices, Remembering Our Soldiers, Nehemia Gordon shares the testimony of a young Israeli soldier willing to sacrifice his life to defend the Promised Land against the onslaught of international Jihad. Please take a few minutes and remember our soldiers with us, in honor of Yom HaZikaron (Israeli "Memorial Day"), which begins this Sunday evening (April 30, 2017). Continue reading
In this Support Team Study, Pesher in the Dead Sea Scrolls, Nehemia Gordon explores how ancient Jews interpreted Biblical prophecy. Nehemia looks at Pesher Habbakuk from Cave 1 at Qumran, which forms the foundation for understanding how the Rabbis and the New Testament use quotations from the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible). A.J. wrote: “Wow…that teaching may be one of the best you've done.” Continue reading