The Hebrew Way: A Principle-based Life

What is the Hebrew Way?

The Hebrew Way is something I have been taught on my journey after I began asking what it was God wanted me to do, like Paul in the New Testament did.  This journey and discovery has nurtured a love within and I have come to know it relates to what I love and what God has called me to share.

If you think of everything you know about the Ancient Nomadic people who recorded their spiritual teachings and history in the Bible, then you are getting closer.  But most likely, you may think you and I are evolved in some form or that we are better than them because they may not have had technological advances like we have and therefore they couldn't possibly have known the truths we do today.  Even with many modern prophets and truths which have been restored to the Earth once more (see, sometimes we may be tempted to think they didn't know quiet everything.  

If you think of everything you may know about Hebrew, you might be getting a little closer.  Do you know that the term Hebrew is referring not only to the Jewish people, but also to all the other Tribes of the House of Jacob or Israel?  If you do, you are right.  Do you know Hebrew is not only a foreign language, but is also a symbolic language teaching a cultural story and set of principles to lead our lives? If you do, you are getting lots closer.   

The Hebrew Way encompasses restoring the original way of living, being and doing; a whole new mindset of culture and principles which make life so meaningful in every turn.  It takes what we already know of The Gospel of Jesus Christ as Christians or Christians with a latter-day restoration world-view, and gives additional understanding and perspective while at the same time aligning perfectly with what Christ taught in His life and through His Word and prophets.

The Hebrew way shows us how to live a life that is Principle-based and to lead from Principle in everything we do; including how to learn from principles and how to teach from principles.

Ultimately, The Hebrew Way shows us HOW to be and do.

Come experience the Hebrew Way with us!

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