Hebrew Voices #85 – Yehovah Silver Round Necklace

In this episode of Hebrew Voices, Yehovah Silver Round Necklace, Nehemia Gordon learns how Devorah Daniel repurposed her Yehovah Silver Round into a beautiful necklace and a powerful witnessing tool!

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6 thoughts on “Hebrew Voices #85 – Yehovah Silver Round Necklace

  1. JW,

    Blessings friend! I would say,in response to your comment, anything is possible, but in this case it is not a transgression. In Numbers 21:9 Moshe was commanded, by God, to make a bronze serpent. This would fit the description alluded to your Exodus verse regarding the Ten Commandments far more accurately than a minted form of silver jewelry, and it was not considered a transgression then. Keep in mind, this was actually an image in the manner and likeness of something in the earth beneath (a serpent), and this was God telling Moshe to do so. Again, your wording leaves room for possibilities though. It definitely COULD be POSSIBLE, but given previous examples in his Torah I doubt this is the case. I hope this helps!

    Blessings!

  2. Nehemia,

    I am EXTREMELY confident that Dev’s necklace is a very beautiful piece of art. In my 40 years of searching for 100% truth, I stopped wearing gold cross lapel pins, AND a diamond shaped piece of wood with a rawhide strap, where I had burnt into it the 2 great commandments, simply because I wondered if it transgressed:

    Exo 20:4 Thou shalt not make unto thee a graven image, nor any manner of likeness, of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth;
    Exo 20:5 thou shalt not bow down unto them, nor serve them; for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate Me;
    Exo 20:6 and showing mercy unto the thousandth generation of them that love Me and keep My commandments.

    Now mind you, I AM NOT judging, criticizing, condemning or saying anything negative, MERELY ASKING, “Is it possible that such a necklace, or even any jewelry/images could be viewed by Yehovah as transgressing this command?”

    • I’ve never thought about jewelry or art being applying to that commandment before. That’s a good question. I would like to hear Nehemia and Dev’s perspective on this.
      My current understanding of this is that we are not to try to recreate creation to try to be in Yehovah’s place. Also, we aren’t supposed to worship creation, only the creator. I can see how jewelry and art could become idols. I think in this case, they are using jewelry and coins to point people in the direction of Yehovah and not to replace Him.
      But your question has really made me think. If I was sure that He meant that we should not make art or jewelry, I would get rid of all my art and jewelry right now.

  3. This is very beautiful piece. I created a design for my own pendants about a month ago and waited 2 weeks to arrive. They turned out beautifully even though they were budget pieces and not very expensive. I still love them. I sent Nehemia some photos of the pendants I designed last week when they arrived thanking him for the inspiration but I don’t know if he saw them. I can’t afford to contribute much to his ministry as this time but I will contribute to your ministry when I’m able. I’ll also continue to send more people to Nehemia because he is very thorough and informative about the Father’s Hebrew name and Hebrew in general.

    Shalom~

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