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-Ham: The name Ham means 'warm', 'hot' and hence the south. It's also an Egyptian word meaning 'black'. According to Dr. Kennicott, these are the people of Africa:.Psalms 78:51; 105:23,27; 106:22.

Ham was one of Noah's three sons.(Shem, Ham, Japheth).and was the father of Cush, Mizraim, Phut.(Genesis 10:6).and Canaan, who became the Canaanites. Noah's son Ham did something very bad to Noah and because of that Noah cursed Canaan, Noah's forth grandson by Ham:.Genesis 9:24,25.

The Canaanites resided in what became known as the land of Canaan.(map).where the Israelites leaving Egypt headed on their 40 year journey.(map).across the wilderness of the Sinai desert to reach their promised land, the land of Canaan, a fertile land which would easily support them all, but also a land of giants they had to dislodge.

Mizraim and Phut, in their descendants, were mainly connected with Egypt. Nothing personally is known of Ham except his disrespectful behaviour when his father was intoxicated.(Genesis 9:20-25).and which drew down the curse of Noah on Canaan who was Ham's son, who would also be Noah's grandson:.Genesis 5:32. The dwelling place of Ham was somewhere on the east of the Dead Sea, where the giant Zuzims dwelt who were smitten by Chedorlaomer:.Genesis 14:1-17

The Simeonites in searching for pasture for their flocks in the South came to a place where they of Ham had dwelt of old:.1Chronicles 4:40. Many judge them to have been Canaanitish nomads.

-heathen:.(Hebrew, plural goyim). The word in the original simply means 'nations' and came to denote those nations that were not Israelites. The word 'nations' in Genesis 18:18 and other places is in the original of both the Old and New Testaments, the same word also translated 'heathen':.Galatians 3:8. But who is Israel today? And who are the 'heathen' today?

Since it's now a spiritual time, talking of a spiritual Israel being all people everywhere of higher consciousness, the 'heathen' today is the part of us that is not of that higher consciousness and that is the ego we each have that keeps us shut out of higher consciousness things until awakened.(*).

The word refers to those not yet acknowledging God as Supreme Being. And why is that?

At first the word 'goyim' denoted.generally all the nations of the world:.Genesis 18:18, compare.Galatians 3:8.

The Israelites afterwards became a people distinguished in a marked.manner from the other 'goyim'. They were a separate people.and the other nations, the Amorites, Hittites, etc., were the 'goyim', the heathen, with whom the Israelites were forbidden to be associated in any way back then: Joshua 23:7; 1Kings 11:2. The practice of idolatry was the characteristic of these nations and hence the word came to designate idolaters and the wicked.

The corresponding Greek word in the New Testament 'ethne', has similar shades of meaning, denoting the people of the Earth generally. In modern usage the word denotes all nations that are strangers to the truth of the Infinite One.

Hebrews: Hebrews was a name applied to the Israelites in Scripture only by one who is a foreigner, as the Egyptians regarded them.(Genesis 39:14; 41:12, etc.).or by the Israelites when they speak of themselves to foreigners.(Genesis 40:15; Exodus 1:19).or when spoken of and contrasted with other peoples:.Genesis 43:32; Exodus 1:15,16. In the New Testament there is the same contrast between Hebrews and foreigners:.Acts 6:1; Philippians 3:5. Also see 'Israel'. 

The name Hebrew is of that branch of the posterity of Abraham whose home was in the land of promise:.Numbers 13:25-28

The common domestic name of the Hebrews was the children of Israel. The name Hebrew is first applied to Abraham in.Genesis 14:12,13.and is generally supposed to have been derived from Heber, last of the long-lived patriarchs who outlived six generations of his descendants, including Abraham himself, after whose death he was for some years the only surviving ancestor of Isaac and Jacob

The name of Jews, derived from Judah, was afterwards applied to them as inhabitants of Judea.(map):.2Kings 16:6,7.

The Jews were a kind.(John 11:18,19).and careful.(*).people with such a great history of faithfulness to God:.Romans 3:1,2.

Herodians: were a Jewish political party who sympathized with  the Herodian rulers in their general policy of government and in the social customs which the Herodian rulers introduced from Rome:.Mark 3:6; 12:13; Matthew, 22:16; Luke 20:19-26. They were at one with the Sadducees in holding the duty of submission to Rome and of supporting the Herods on the throne:.Mark 8:15; Matthew 16:6.

Hiddekel: Eastons Bible Dictionary: called by the Accadians  'Idikla' meaning 'the river of Idikla', the third of the four rivers of Eden Genesis 2:14. The scholar Gesenius.(Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Gesenius, 1786-1842, laid the basis for Semitic.epigraphy, collecting and deciphering the Phoenician.inscriptions known in his time. He published books on Hebrew grammar and Hebrew and Chaldee dictionaries).interprets the word as meaning 'the rapid Tigris'. The Tigris.(map).rises in the mountains of Armenia.(map), 15 miles south of the source of the Euphrates river, which, after pursuing a south-east course, it joins at Kurnah, about 50 miles above Bassorah. Its whole length is about 1,150 miles. 

-him/his/he/her/she/them: In the original, these words do not appear anywhere in the Old Testament. These words do appear in the New Testament, where the original Greek word used to translate them into English was 'autos', number 846 in Strong's Concordance. The word 'him' appears 1848 times in the New Testament and the word 'her' appears 229 times and in many places was inserted to make the context work better even though there was no number 846 in the original from which to translate.
   So the translators did it to make the context work in the translation to English.

The Greek word 'autos' means that it refers back or curves back to the subject in context. 
   In addition many other words have been translated from 846, some of which are 'self', 'selfsame', 'they', 'their', 'therof' and such like words. So, you have to trust the spirit in you to guide you to get the proper meaning when you come up against something that gives you a hint that it doesn't seem exactly as it should be.

-Hinnom:.Comprised with.American Tract Society Dictionary: Hinnom was a beautiful valley and in its lowest part, towards the southeast and near the king's gardens and Siloam, the idolatrous Israelties, who adopted many gods, made their children pass through the fire to this god named Moloch. The place of these abominable.sacrifices is also called Tophet.

-holy: the word 'holy' means 'sacred', 'cherished', reverenced' or something that is important spiritually, as one having the clean and pure nature of God, including honesty and sincerity; the word wholeness is from holy. Such 'holy' people are called saints and as such, the word basically means 'sacred' in both the Old and New Testaments. If you describe something as holy, you mean that it is considered to be special because it is connected with God.

In.1Peter 1:16 where it says."Be you holy for I am holy", it's saying the same thing as shown in other places about being equal with the Infinite One, the Creator of all that is. Here it is saying to 'be as I am'.

The word refers to the nature of the Infinite One as separate from the ego which is what humans mostly act from in daily living. 

'Holy' Bible refers to:.2Timothy 3:16; Luke 4:4; Proverbs 30:5; Job 32:8. In the Old Testament the word holy has been translated in some places 'saints' as in Deuteronomy 33:2.

The word holy meant to be separate, separate from that which was not of the highest consciousness of love, kindness, mercy, compassion, generosity, basically all those higher qualities apart from the me best, screw the rest selfish nature of the collective mind from which most people on Earth have yet to ascend from.

-hope: Hope is that quality of thought your heart has. It has mostly to do with the heart brain and enables you to look positively at the unknown, which means that you possess a certainty that what you may be concerned about will turn our just fine.

Your thinking of something brings it, whether negative or positive, such as, you hope to see a loved one again that may have passed on. Your hope leads you to what to do about it so you can see them again:.Romans 8:24,25 "For we are saved by hope, but hope that is seen is not hope, for what a man sees, why does he yet hope for? But if we hope for that we see not, then do we with patience wait for it.".(that is, we don't see what we may be hoping for but we wait for it, because we know if it's from God, it's good {Romans 8:32} and a sure thing {Matthew 19:26}); along with hope, patience is an important spiritual quality)

Your hope is expectation of the truth of something being sure for you. We hope for good things for us and all. Hope has to do with wanting what you desire. You hope something will be given to you. Also have this hope toward others:.Acts 20:35.

There is a true hope and a false hope.

The confident sure expectation of things hoped for is called faith. Faith is a feeling which evinces positive expectation. The opposite of hope is despair. You can't have hope feeling guilty

"Hope is the feeling you have that the down feeling you may have now isn't permanent."....Jean Kerr. Hope is the realization that there is a better tomorrow.

Hope comes from studying to understand the scriptures:.Romans 15:4 "For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope."

As Christians we have much reason for hope:.Ephesians 1:18 "The eyes of your understanding being enlightened.(how? what to do); that you may know what is the hope of his calling and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the saints." Colossians 1:27 "To whom God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory."
   Hoping for good, is better than expecting bad.

Christ in us is our hope:.1Timothy 1:1; Colossians 1:27; Titus 2:13. He is our hope of salvation:.1Thessalonians 5:8.

It is a "lively", a living hope and the proof of whether or not you are born again is this hope:.1Peter 1:3. If you have this lively hope.(excited about it, hot for God), then you can be sure that you are born again. If you do not...
   1John 3:3 shows that one is pure when he has this hope.(alive to Christ in him)

The verse says purify self. One does not purify himself, as such. He brings forth the purity within him.(Christ in him).by believing.(be living to, be alive to).that which he knows to be true of Him, thus purifying himself by His word that you are holy, pure, clean and righteous. From this attitude in God, we proceed to live our lives, now with His continuous guidance to eradicate all offensiveness from our personalities.

-horeb: From Eastons's Bible Dictionary "The name of the mountain district which was reached by the Hebrews in the third month after the Exodus. Here they remained encamped for about a whole year. Their journey from the Red Sea to this encampment, including all the windings of the route, was about 150 miles. The last twenty-two chapters of Exodus, together with the whole of Leviticus and Numbers contain a record of all the transactions which occurred while they were here. The modern name of the whole range is Jebel Musa. It is a huge mountain block, about 2 miles long by about 1 in breadth, with a very spacious plain at its north-east end, called the Er Rahah, in which the Israelites encamped for nearly a whole year."

-hosanna.also.hosannah: used to express praise or adoration to God.

-humility: Humility or making yourself low. The way of the world is to always put the self first and mankind is here primarily to learn a better way. The word humility is rooted also in 'not evidencing superior mindedness' which leads to wars and contention, but rather:.Philippians 2:3 "Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory, but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves.".Humility is having the attitude of peace and a willingness to do what Christ left us an example to be like for our and others' benefit.

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