Word Study: Ahavah – “Love”

Word Study: Ahavah – “Love”


Let’s talk about love, Old Testament style! In this video, we’ll explore the various ways the Hebrew authors used the word “love,” and how they depicted God as the ultimate source and goal of all human love.

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  1. Deablo Ghadaffi

    Is it ahava or ahavah why do ppl spell it w & w/o an h?

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  3. ViKDiSK

    Are this video series designed to be uploaded on Instagram? According to square sized video.

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  4. Tesha Walker

    Does the Bible say anything about genders existing when you are a soul? Why do people call God a he if Gods a spirit

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  5. Italo Eneias

    Thanks for the subtitles in portuguese

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  6. Samantha Cowan

    can you please make a video on “Selah” ?

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  7. G R

    Thank you for the kind word definition video.

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  8. Reymundo Alvarez

    Yes. Agreed and it is how we love Elohim now as well. Amen

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  9. joshua bendoy

    what’s the difference of ahava and agape

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  10. Wee Fishy

    Moses wasn’t black. Just saying.

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  11. Tee One A

    Hey @The Bible Project! How do you do this animation? What is the website?

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