Friday, March 14, 2008

Jerusalem is blessed

Zec 14:11
And [men] shall dwell in it, and
there shall be no more utter destruction;
but Jerusalem shall be safely inhabited.

And [men] shall dwell
[03427] yashab
in it, and there shall be no more utter destruction;
[02764] cherem
but Jerusalem
[03389] Y@ruwshalaim
shall be safely
[0983] betach
inhabited. [03427] yashab

CHEREB-- (destruction)
More specifically, cherem is a verb to denote
devotion. It can be used for good or evil.
Cherem is used to describe holy devotion
or a mind and soul devoted to sin and it
changes it's context to ACCURSED.

This word was chosen specifically for
it's duality. With enlightenment and the
land being restored, instead of the curse,
it will be blessed.

Lexicon Results for cherem (Strong's H2764)
Hebrew for H2764




khā'·rem (Key)

Part of Speech

masculine noun

Root Word (Etymology)

from H2763

TWOT Reference

Outline of Biblical Usage

1) a thing devoted, thing dedicated, ban, devotion

2) a net, thing perforated

3) have been utterly destroyed, (appointed to) utter destruction

Authorized Version (KJV) Translation Count — Total: 38

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