Qoof  is the picture of the back of the head  and means the least, the last, or behind. For these answers let’s turn to the ancient pictographs contained in these two words. Who/What is the Ruach HaKodesh? Here Ruach HaKodesh is called the Comforter, which is the word used for the advocate who goes before the judge on behalf of someone to plead his case. The term “Holy Spirit” is first found in the Bible and extensively developed in rabbinic understanding. The word spirit here is Ruach and the word holy is Kodesh. Why was King David afraid of losing Ruach HaKodesh? Before answering that, let’s investigate HaKodesh. Get the book and start your own journey into the Hebrew Language. Sheen   is the picture of teeth     and means to press, to consume, or to destroy, and is the one letter God uses to identify Himself. Sermon Delivered 12-25-04 Part One Taught By Rabbi/Brother Moshe Yoseph Koniuchowsky ... is revealed an understanding of the personage and character of the Ruach HaKadosh that has for the most part been lost through translation and introduction of pagan influences into the assembly. The fullness of Elohim 5. I pray the world will open its eyes and ears to Christ Jesus real soon. First, the Holy Spirit is the force of divine inspiration from God that moves and empowers people to lead and to speak for God. 3. Ruach HaKodesh – The Holy Spirit; Ruach HaKodesh – The Holy Spirit September 5, 2017. Manifestation of the Ruach HaKodesh, the Emanations of Yeshua Today, I would like to discuss the Ruach (Spirit) of YHWH, what it is, why it’s important, how to guard it, and why all believers should have it. Reysh   is the picture of the head and means the master, the leader, or the prince. © 2016 Rock Island Beacon. Who will these boundaries be protecting and how will anyone know what these boundaries are? Prophets like Moses, Isaiah, Sarah, Deborah, and Esther are said to have the Holy Spirit resting upon them. God bless all of you for continuing to pass His teachings onto others. What a blessing this Word study has been to me! https://www.jewishjewels.org/news-letters/ruach-hakodesh-march Thank you for sharing your hard work and understanding. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. We are told in the pictographs to behold something or to pay attention to what follows. Here Ruach HaKodesh is called the Comforter, which is the word used for the advocate who goes before the judge on behalf of someone to plead his case. This leader can do this because He Himself is Kodesh. Now we can see why King David wanted so much to preserve his relationship with Ruach HaKodesh. I always say the day we quit learning is the day we die. What a labor of love I will cherish this book for a very long time and past it on to my family. Shalom! Who is Ruach HaKodesh? The Living Word in 3D: Volume One - $22.95, The Living Word in 3D: Volume Two - $24.95. Article by Ben Frostad. At every morning and evening service, we sing Mi Chamochah, from the Song at the Red Sea. HaKodesh is actually two words, Ha which is the, and Kodesh which is translated apartness, holiness, sacredness, or separateness. The Father aspect of hwhy (Yahuah) is the being, from which everything precedes. Understanding Ruach HaKodesh in the whole Book. The Ruach HaKodesh is the Spirit or character aspect of hwhy (Yahuah), and therefore a part of hwhy (Yahuah) Isaiah 40:13. The term “Holy Spirit” is first found in the Bible and extensively developed in rabbinic understanding. Second, Ruach ha-Kodesh is also used as a divine name, a personification of the divine voice speaking to us through the Torah. What is its role and how can we recognize it? And what role has the Ruach played in the creation of the earth, and in the lives of Torah obedient believers today? In the letter of Rabbi Paul to the Romans Chapter 8 verse 1, we see Ruach HaKodesh is the advocate of all those who follow Messiah: There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. April 27,2013 ~ Iyar 17,5773. With that on his heart, he composed Psalm 51 including this in verses 11 and 12: Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me. This leader, here called the Spirit of God, is literally the wind of God or the breath of God and was instrumental in the creation account. to secure two things that are separated from one another. This is most often simply stated as Ruach HaKodesh or the Holy Spirit. In the Gospel of John Chapter 14 verse 26 another role of this leader is explained: But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you. Dalet is the picture of the door and means a doorway, a place of decision, a place where change can take place, or an entrance to life or death. Kadosh is an adjective, meaning “holy”, and Kodesh is a noun, meaning “holiness”, hence the correct understanding of Ruach HaKodesh is “Spirit of Holiness”, instead of “Holy Spirit”. Ruach is spelled Reysh Vav Chet. We are told in this verse that this leader, who comes from the Father at the request of Jesus, will teach us all things. Retreat Centers, Organic Farms, Outdoor Adventures, Song of Songs in Nature; Put Love at the Center, Welcome to the Wellsprings Redesign – New Things Coming. In the ancient world soul and spirit are both frequently denoted by wind or breath and we can see that this Spirit was indeed God. Your email address will not be published. Or should we ask who is Ruach HaKodesh? Does the Ruach HaKodesh have anything to do with Messiah? The Rabbi expressed the view that the Ruach HaKodesh, the Divine Spirit, is the part of God that is in every human being, based on Genesis 2:7, “And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being (Neshama chaim – the soul of life).” Is there any information hidden in the Hebrew pictographs for these words that remains to be discovered? What was so important and so valuable about the relationship between them? Immersion, being clean. Yeshua seeing/dwelling. For example, in the same Midrash about singing Mi Chamocha at the parting of the Sea, the Rabbis imagined Ruach ha-Kodesh answering back the praise of Israel with praise of her own, through words of Scripture: “Israel says, ‘Mi Chamocha ba-Elim Adonai…Who is like unto You, O Lord, among the mighty?’ And Ruach ha-Kodesh calls aloud from heaven and says, ‘Happy are you, O Israel; who is like unto you?’” (quoting Deuteronomy 33:29). What is the Ruach HaKodesh? Shalom. Like this article? Also I want to show the imbalance and abuses of it in Christianity, and the lack of certain emanations in the Messianic movement.