HR ‘Fruit of Our Lips’

Hosea 14:2 is a beautiful and pivotal verse embedded within a chapter traditionally recited on Tisha B’Av (9th of Av) and Shabbat Shuvah (the Shabbat that precedes Yom Kippur). It also happens to be quoted in a New Testament book, the Epistle to the Hebrews, not from the Hebrew Tanakh but from the Greek Septuagint. Discover the difference as Jono Vandor & Jason Spiritualbabies take the text back to its Hebrew Roots!

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  1. corey says

    interesting thank you. more study needed because i wonder if the word could mean fruit Hosea 14:2 the mem may belong to the other word h8193 lips to get “from our lips.” h6499 calves with mem is plural, h6529 is fruit. Same exact word. the fruit might be us speaking his word, the holy spirit, or Yeshua or Sukkot (tabernacles) Lev 23:33-… In Isaiah 57:19 the word fruit is actually a Qere. Deut 26 seems like an actual fruit offering along with Mal 1:12. I like these short quick they i can go study

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