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Wecome To The Unleavened Mashianic YAHshivah

It is our hope that you will Grow through knowledge, Glow in your life-style and Go proclaim the name of YAHWEH and YAHshua throughout the world.

English to Hebrew Numbers

0 Zero: Efes
1 One: aaKhaat
2 Two: Shtaayim
3 Three: Shaalosh
4 Four: Arba'
5 Five: Khamesh
6 Six: Shesh
7 Seven: Sheva'
8 Eight: Shmoney

9 Nine: Teysha'
10 Ten: 'Eser
11 Eleven: aaKhaat-'esrey
12 Twelve: shteym-'esrey
13 Thirteen: shlosh-'esrey
14 Fourteen: arbaa'-'esrey
15 Fifteen: Khamesh-'esrey
16 Sixteen: shesh-'esrey

17 Seventeen: shvaa'-'esrey
18 Eighteen: shmoney-'esrey
19 Nineteen: tshaa'-'esrey
20 Twenty: esreem
30 Thirty: shlosheem
40 Forty: arba'eem
50 Fifty: Khaameesheem
60 Sixty: sheesheem

70 Seventy: shiv'eem
80 Eighty: shmoneem
90 Ninety: tish'eem
100 Hundred: mey-aa
1,000 Thousand: elef
10,000 Ten Thousand: aseret/aalafeem
100,000 Hundred Thousand: mey-aa elef
1,000,000 Million: meelyon

English to Hebrew Months

Tishrei: Sept/Oct
Cheshvan: Oct/Nov
Kislev: Nov/Dec

Tevet: Dec/Jan
Shevat: Jan/Feb
Adar: Feb/Mar

Nisan: March/April
Iyar: April/May
Sivan: May/June

Tammuz: June/July
Av: Jul/Aug
Elul: Aug/Sept

The Five Steps of Repentance

Teshuvah (Return through Repentance) is a generous gift from YAHWEH, which allows us to erase our improper actions through a four-step process:

The Torah tells us that no matter how far we stray or how many times we sin, YAHWEH will wait for us to return to him through Teshuvah.

These are the five steps of Teshuvah (Return through Repentance):
1. Identity your sin(s)
By examining your lifestyle through the ToRaH and MiTZVoT of YAHWEH

2. Leaving the Sin
Leaving the sin consists of stopping the sinful act. One cannot do Teshuvah if one continues to do the sin, even if he or she were to perform the next three steps perfectly

3. Regret
Regret consists in sincerely regretting one's wrong action. One must be genuinely ashamed and embarrassed over one's sins

4. Confession Before YAHWEH
Confession before YAHWEH consists of oral confession spoken out loud, in which one formulates in words the commitments and attitudes one has reached in his or her heart. One should say:

"I have sinned, I have done ________ and _________; I deeply regret my actions, and I declare before YAHWEH, who knows my innermost thoughts, that I will never do this sin again.

5. Acceptance for the Future
Acceptance for the future consists of resolving in one's heart never to commit the sin ever again.      

Note: The above steps only work for sins committed against YAHWEH For sins committed against other people, one must first ask forgiveness from that person before YAHWEH will accept the Teshuvah.

Hebrew Nouns and Pronouns

I: anee
You (sing Mas): ata /atah
You (sing Fem): at
We: anachnu
You (pl Mas): atem
You (pl. Fem): aten
They (Mas): hem
They (Fem): hen
Mine: shelee
Yours: shela
Yours (sing Fem): shelakh
Yours (sing Mas): shelkha
Yours (pl Mas): shelakem
Yours (pl Fem): shelakem
Them: otam / otan

I have: yesh lee
He: hu
She: he
He has: yesh lo
We have: yesh lanu
I don't have: ein lee
The: ha-
And: b-, v-
In: be-
To: le-
From: m-
Like: k-
Until: ad
On: al

But: aval
Or: o
Also: gam
So / then: az
Since then: mei'az
Here: heenei
Soon: be'karov
Not yet: od lo
Here: kan
There: sham
Everything: hakol
Nothing: klum
Maybe: ulai
Of course: be'vadai

Naturally: kamuvan
Possible: efshar
Impossible: ee efshar
Never: af paam
It's forbidden: asur
May: mutar
Just a minute! rak rega
Before: Ifnei
With: eem
Without: be'lee
Up: le'mala
Down: le'mata
Above: me'al
Below: mitaxat

Weekly Definitions

Sunday: yom reeshon
Monday: yom shenee
Tuesday: yom shleeshee
Wednesday: yom revee'ee

Thursday: yom Khaameeshee
Friday: yom sheeshee
Saturday: yom shabbat

Yesterday: etmol
Today: ha-yom
Tomorrow: maKhaar

Day: yom
Night: laaylah
Week shaavoo'ah

The Meaning of Hebrew Numbers

In the Scripture the meaning of numbers are seen and connected to actual events recon-firming it’s meaning. Why then should we look at numbers when reading the Scripture? As we have seen in the “PaRDeS” example of Scripture searching methods, we use numbers to connect certain scriptures together, linking them or to give a deeper meaning or light up a way of thinking about that specific verse in the context of the teaching behind the number mentioned within it.

TWO (Restoration of fellowship):
The number 2, 20, 200, 2000; (in Hebrew, 2, 20, 200 have the same teaching), it is in connection to the two tablets of the Law (Mitzvot) of YaHWeH given to Moses to instruct the people about “how to have keep in fellowship with Him and how to keep fellowship with their fellow men.”

Jacob returned after 20 years to face his brother (Esau) again to restore their fellowship.

So every time you see the number 2, 20, 200… you will know it relates to these two types of fellowships.

THREE (Covenant):
The number 3, 30, 300, 3000 always relates to covenants.

YaHshua was 3 days in the grave; He said the temple will be broken down and rebuilt in 3 days – referring to His resurrection and also to your body as the temple through immersion.

He was 33 years old when He died, two three’s showing the first and second covenant, and the two (threes) also show Him restoring fellowship between YaHWeH and man.

There was 3000 saved on Shavuot (incorrectly called; Pentecost) 50 days after Pesach (Passover).

FOUR (The work of the Mashiach):
The number 4, 40, 400, 4000 always points to the work of the Mashiach of Yisrael (YAHshua) and salvation.

It rained 40 days and 40 nights when Noah was saved,

Moses was 40 years old when he was called to save Yisrael (prophetic picture showing the work to be done by the Messiah)

Moses was 40 days on the mountain and he brought down two tablets written on both sides each, a total of 4 sides.

Isaac was 40 when he married Rebbecca (prophetic picture of the Bridegroom coming to marry His bride )

There are 4 cups to drink at Pesach (Passover), the festival of salvation.

This shows that the number 4, 40, 400 points to the Mashiach.

FIVE (Favor/overflowing loving-kindness):
The number 5, 50, 500, 5000 always shows to overflowing loving-kindness.

Benjamin's portion was 5 times as much as any of theirs.

Joseph let his family live in the land of Goshen when there were still 5 years of famine left in Egypt,

It was 5 loafs and two fishes that feed the multitude,YAHshua taught a parable of “FAVOR” when two people owed a creditor 500 denarii and the other 50, and he freely forgave both when they had no money to pay,

Pentecost is 50 days after Pesach (Passover) where Ruach HaKodesh was received,

SIX (Number of man):
The number 6, 60, 600, 6000 is the number of man or the people of YAHWEH,

Man was created on the 6’th day.

Man is to work only six days.

Noah was 600 years old when the judgment came on man and

We expect the second judgment in the 6000’th year

Jacob returned with a total of 66 souls to live in Egypt and when they left Egypt they were about 600 000 men, exc.

The number 7, 70, 700, 7000 always have something to do with nations.

Jacob served 7 years for Leah and 7 years for Rachael bringing forth the nation of YaHWeH, later in the generations to be split up into two parts, Judah (Benjamin & Levi) and Ephraim (the rest of the tribes) later scattered into the nations.

There were 7 years of famine in the land that caused Yisrael to become a nation in the land of Goshen.

EIGHT (New beginnings):
The number 8, 80, 800, 8000 has to do with new beginnings

The week has seven days and the 8’th day is the beginning of a new week.

The first-born son was circumcised on the 8th day.

During the flood in Noah’s generation, 8 people were saved and started a new beginning for man.

NINE (Promises of YAHWEH):
The numbers 9,90,900 is the hint that has to do with promises of YAHWEH;

Abraham was 99 years old when he was sealed, circumcised, and sealed with the promise that generations would come to YAHWEH through him.

ONE - TEN (Completion):
The number 1,10,100,1000 always refers to completion or fullness.

There were 10 commandments given to Moses at Sinai,

There were 10 things created on the first day and

There were 10 things created at the end of the sixth day of creation.

There were 10 generations from Adam to Noah, suggesting that the godlessness of those generations was made complete.

There were 10 generations from Noah to Abraham, suggesting that the godliness of those generations was made complete.

There were 10 plagues issued during the Exodus of Egypt.