I was a little bit nervous about this one.
How do you translate the Hebrew text of the bible into English?
I mean, it’s one of the hardest things you can do, right?
But I was actually surprised how much of the Bible really was a mishmash of different different languages, different versions of the same texts.
So I decided to figure out what the Bible actually said in the original Hebrew.
So in this video, I’m going to take a look at how I came up with a list of some of the most important passages in the Bible, then answer some Bible questions that I had.
How much of it is literal?
I don’t know, I don´t know.
But it sounds like it is, right, because there are all these different translations that are all based on different translations.
How about a translation of the Gospel of Matthew?
I know, that is just the Gospel according to Matthew.
The first Gospel according Paul, which is the first Gospel.
And then the other two, The Acts of the Apostles, and The First Epistle of James, which are the three epistles that we know of in the New Testament.
And of course the letters, the epistles of James and Peter, which, you know, are the two books that we have in the Greek original of the original Greek, so you know what, these are all written in Greek.
So they all have a different version of the Greek text.
And how do we translate it into English, right ?
Well, first, we have to go back to the beginning, because that is the beginning of the New Testament, because the original manuscripts are lost.
So we have the original Gospel, and the Gospel in Matthew and the two epistles in James and the letter of Peter, and then we have The Apocalypse of John, which we know from the New Covenant, and that’s the first of the Apocalyptical Acts.
And there are also these other Apocalypses that we can look at, the Epistle to the Hebrews, and also the Epistles to the Corinthians, which were written after John.
But the Apocrypha is just one of those things, where you just have to look at the Bible to see what it says.
So let´s start with the Apocalyptic Acts.
So these are the Apocreatic Acts.
These are the first three Acts, and we have a translation from the Greek, right.
And it says, “And we read these letters of the law and of the prophets, and after these letters the Lord delivered them to them.”
So that means that they were written before the coming of Christ.
So what does that mean?
It means that the Lord did not deliver them to us.
Now, you see this in the Apoteles, which I will get into a little later on.
But what does it mean?
Well, we are not just reading the Apothecaries, which you can read in Acts 4.
But these are these letters written to the apostles, the leaders of the Church.
And what does this mean?
They were sent out by Christ, not just a prophet, but an angel, to preach the gospel to the people of God, to proclaim the gospel.
And you see in Acts 8 that the first two of these letters are called the “prophecies.”
So they were actually written by the apostles.
And we know that they are written in Hebrew, and they are from the prophets.
Now the first thing that I think you should do is think about what this means.
So first, this is the gospel, and it is a message of hope, a message that Christ died for our sins, that we are in Christ, and are saved by faith.
And so you should think about that.
Second, this also means that Christ is present in this world, and he is going to come back in the next life, which means that he will be with us, he is a part of our existence, we will see him again.
And that means he is with us.
And third, this means that we must keep on preaching the gospel of Christ, because he is coming.
Now in Acts 2, we read that this same prophecy, “For I am the way, the truth, and, the life; no one comes to the Father but through me.”
And it means, you just read that, and you know that it means he has been sent to us, but we have been called to preach that message.
And I guess what we do with that prophecy is we use it as the basis of our gospel, because we believe that he is here, that he has sent us this message.
So this is where the Apocalypse of John comes into play.
Now I know this is not the same thing as the Apogee of John in Acts.
But John, again, this will come up in the