Whether your native tongue is English, Icelandic, or Arabic, during Holy Week you'll share a handful of words in common with believers around the world. They are Hebrew words. By them the Spirit tells us what the Son of the Father has done—and still does—for us. Together they encapsulate what Holy Week is all about.
Journey with me then, if you will, through these ten Hebrew words to hear this story of salvation told in the native tongue of Jesus. These words sum up the whole person and work of our Messiah. Here is the Gospel in Hebrew.
If the lead is going to be flying, I want the thickest flak jacket money can buy. If missiles are on the way, I want to climb into the deepest bunker man can dig. Spare no expense, leave nothing to chance. In life-and-death moments, the last thing we need is a veneer of protection that’s as fatal as it is flimsy.