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Study of imrah or the words of the Father personified as Jesus

HYPOTHESIS: What does "imrah" or "memrah" mean?

INTRODUCTION: The torah teachings are words comes from our heavenly Father. But they are also added to as words coming from Jesus. In fact the words of the Father are personifed by a Divine Being called Jesus, His Son.

Bible poetry is fascinating and fun. Even the Holy Spirit it seems shows us wisdom, and is a personified Hebrew word also.

For more see studies of wisdom.

METHOD: All verses are studied. The New Testmanent is spoiled by the Greek translation of the original Hebrew. The Hebrew word "imrah" or "memrah" is translated as "logus" in the Greek, so we lose much meaning.



The pictograph word reads: "Strong flow of authority. Behold the Being!"

CONCLUSION: The "word personified" is an interesting study. It is a word showing Jesus personified as a word, hence is translated by the Author as the "word-personifed".

PERSONAL APPLICATION: Here are all the related words for this word:

verb form

noun form

noun only

There are two ways to translate the verb and noun forms of this word:

Verb formNoun form

So the Author likes "worded", "word" and "word-peronified" as English meanings for these Hebrew words.

Let's look at some contexts:

Ge 1:3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.

Ge 1:3 And Elohiym (amar verb form) worded, Let there be light: and there was light. (Ancient Hebrew)

De 32:1 Give ear, O ye heavens, and I will speak; and hear, O earth, the words (amar noun form) of my mouth.(KJV)

The King James translation is correct here with "words".

Jesus is the word-personified is a very interesting study for readers.

Behold the Person, with strong flowing authority.

DISCUSSION: All verses are listed in the study, with comments where appropriate.

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