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Tzurielteachings: Teaching the Revelation of Yashua through the Holy Spirit.

The Deeper Water
Resurrection Day
Biblical Atlantis
Salvation in Torah
A New Pope
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Truth or Tradition
We Can Know
Teaching the Revelation of Yashua in ancient Hebrew.
Walking in ancient Hebrew is walking with the Lord.
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Tzuriel Teachings
The Deeper Water
Teaching Schedule: Hebrew class- talking as Yashua talked.
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Walking in the Priesthood of Melchizedek
Walking in the change of the Law
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Tracking the False messiah in the end times.
Secrets of the ancient Hebrew
What's in a name?
The Middle Matzah
The mysteries of Hebrew Letters.
Code Work in the Ancient Hebrew 1
Code work in the Ancient Hebrew 2
Code work in the Ancient Hebrew 3
Code Work in the Ancient Hebrew 4
Hebrew Code work: The Return of Messiah
Ressurection of Yashua Code
The mysteries of moedim/appointed times.
Appointed times of the Lord/Moedim
Tracking the false Messiah in the Hebrew Codes

On this page we will look at the proper, as well as, improper way that many approach the Lord. 

The Rabbi: Historically this word is believed to derive from the Hebrew word Rav which in biblical Hebrew means great. In many senses this includes revered. The word comes from the semetic root resh-bet-bet and is congnate to the Arabic, rabb meaning Lord. This can refer to the earthly as well as the spiritual. As a sign of respect some rabbi's are simply called Rav.  Rabbi is not an occupation found in the Torah. And as such ancient generations did not employ titles such as Rabban, Rabbi or Rab to describe either the babylonian sages or the sages of Israel. The titles Rabban and Rabbi are first mentioned in the Mishnah c.  200c.e.  A Greek translation for Rabbi is found in the Greek texts. This word is borrowed from the Aramaic and is the word that many see in the new covenant, and can mean master and lord. Today Sephardic and Yemenite Jews pronounce this word as Ribbi, this is also true of modern Israel. The word Rabbi is found in an 18 century innovation in the Ashcenazic prayer books. This word is also found in the Syriac as Rabi.  All of the above personalities would have been steeped in the wisdom of Torah and the Commandments which would have made them Rabbi's in the modern sense of the word.   But it is the 2000 year old teaching in the Mishnah, the Ethics of the Fathers or Pirkei Avot which observed the writings concerning King David. "He who learns from his fellow man a single halakha, a single verse, a single Torah statement, or even a single letter, must treat him with honor. For so we find with David King of Israel, who learned nothing from Ahitophel except two things, yet called him, teacher (Hebrew Rabbo) his guide, his intimate friend, as it is said: You are a man of my measure, my guide, my intimate friend. Psalms: 55:14.  This portion is taken from the Psalms in the Tanach.  And this honor is due only for Torah, as it is said: The wise shall inherit honor. (Prov.:3:35). And only the word of the living Elohim is truly good.

As we look at the ancient meaning of this word and see the difference between the true meaning and the modern meanings. We can see that from the beginning, this word was used to honor a true friendship between two men. This is the very meaning of Torah and loving kindness. There is no doubt in my mind that Yashua heard and saw how the men of his time perverted this term. And it is this use of the Aramaic word rav/master, along with the Syriac term rabi/master or lord that our Lord was refering too. The word we know as rabbi was not in use yet until c.e. 200. The true meaning of this word is to cultivate a lasting friendship with the Teacher and friend of us all. It is my hope that everyone who chooses to use this term will put selfish pride and personal gain behind them, and truely learn what it is to be a friend of Yashua our chief Rabbi and intimate friend. A scripture comes to mind as I write this, Yashua is speaking to his followers, "I no longer call you servents, for a servent can not know his master's business. Rather I call you friends, for everything I have learned from my Farther I made known to you." John; 15:14 Shalom ba hashem Yashua...

 The appointed time of the wedding of the bride and the bridegroom are close at hand. But there is still much that has to be done before she makes herself ready. A portion of the wedding calls for the bride to walk around her groom seven times, do you know why. e-mail your answers...Tzuriel

Our vision and our mission is to reveal through the Holy word of Elohim the revelation of our Messiah Yashua in the ancient Hebrew letters. This we will do to the glory of Elohim our heavenly Father. These mysteries are revealed by the author of  The Messiah Codes, A Blueprint in Time. Library of Gongress copyright ISBN 978-0-9814873-0-4.  None of the writtings on this site may be used without the express written via U.S. Postal mail  written permission with a blue ink wet signature of the publisher. NO EXCEPTIONS. No cutting and pasting allowed. All rights Reserved.