TESTIMONY: Implication from a Hebrew Perspective

Wednesday 24th March 2021 (Nisan/Aviv 10)

The Hebrew word for Testimony is Eyduth. Some write it as Eduth.

The Hebrew letters in it are:

Ayin – meaning to see, know reveal

Dalet – meaning door, pathway, enter

Tav – meaning Cross, Covenant (or Sign of the Covenant)

So, what is the story here?

REVELATION OF THE PATHWAY/DOOR TO THE (ETERNAL) COVENANT WITH YAH! Revelation 12:11
HalleluYAH!

What does this all mean when put together in the Hebrew language?

The word Testimony in the Hebrew language is Eduth or Eyduth (pronounced as ‘Aydooth’) meaning:

‘do it again with the same power and authority’

Every time we speak out or read a testimony we are saying YAH, ‘do it again’ with the same power and authority.* HalleluYAH!

The Tabernacle is a Testimony!

The Temple is a Testimony!

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