What’s So Special About the Holy Language - Hebrew?
The core of the Hebrew Bible is written in Biblical Hebrew, referred to by some as the Holy Language.  Hebrew is not a language like all other languages. First and foremost, it has a special power because the world was created with it.
When G-d created Adam he spoke to him (Genesis 2:16) indicating that G-d gave Adam a language and this language came from G-d himself.
Hebrew is classified as a Semitic (or Shemitic, from Shem, the son of Noah) language. According to the Bible all people spoke one language (Genesis 11:1) until the construction of the Tower of Babel. During the construction of the Tower, G-d confused the language of man and scattered the nations (Genesis 11:7,8).
We can find a proof from the names of people in the generations preceding the generation of the Tower of Babel: Adam was so named because he was created from the ground [adamah in Hebrew], Cain’s name came from the phrase “I acquired [kiniti] a person with G-d”, Noah was so-named because he was destined to “bring us relief” (yinachemenu) from the decree of mankind having to toil for their living, and so on. All these are Hebrew words.
After the time of King David, the nation of Israel split into two kingdoms, Israel in the north and Judah in the south. The northern Kingdom of Israel was taken into captivity by the Assyrians around 740 BC and the southern Kingdom of Judah was taken into Babylonian captivity about 570 BC. 
During their captivity in Babylon, the Hebrews continued to speak the Hebrew language, but instead of writing the language with the Hebrew script, they adopted the Aramaic square script to write the Hebrew language and the Hebrew script was used on a very limited basis such as a few Biblical scrolls and coins.
There's scholarly consensus that Jesus (Y'shua) principally spoke Aramaic, the ancient Semitic language which was the everyday tongue in the Holy land at the time. Nevertheless, Hebrew was the written language for holy scriptures. Paul says he is "of the stock of Israel" and "a Hebrew of the Hebrews" (Phil 3:5), meaning both his parents were of Hebrew historical and genetic heritage.
the Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, states; "[Hebrew] continued to be used as a spoken and written language in the New Testament period."
In the late 19th Century Eliezer Ben-Yehuda began a revival of the Hebrew language as a living language for the Jewish people in Israel and when the state of Israel was established as an independent nation in 1948, Hebrew became the official language and, once again, Hebrew became the native language of the Hebrew people.
Some of WearBU’s most powerful designs come from both the Old and New Testaments alike. By featuring Scripture t-shirts with both English and Hebrew bible verses that read “I Am My Beloved and My Beloved is Mine” or I Have Found The One Whom My Soul Loves,” WearBU profoundly delivers an opportunity to spread love and faith.
Each t-shirt design is created in a way that will help people express themselves no matter who they are and what they believe in, with faith being one of the main building blocks.
WearBU designs display a form of self-expression where all beliefs are shared in a positive way. All religions are embraced.
Our designs are rooted in acceptance and positivity. We are accepting each other and expressing ourselves.
So, if you’re looking for a way to express yourself while upping your wardrobe with a combination of deeply impactful and uplifting graphics, WearBU is the way to go.
Take a look at some of our t-shirts that combine Bible verses with the meme-linguistics of the day.
Walk By Faith Not By Sight
Walk by Faith T Shirt
The phrase "walk by faith not by sight" (Hebrew: “בָּאֱמוּנָה אֵלֵךְ“) comes from 2 Corinthians 5:6-7, which says, "So we are always of good courage. We know that while we are at home in the body we are away from the Lord, for we walk by faith, not by sight."
We tend to run around in blind ignorance instead of opening our spiritual eyes and trusting. It’s pointless to worry, or to plan too deeply about every aspect of your life. Walk by faith even when you can't see.
Love Thy Neighbour as Thyself
Love Thy Neighbour T Shirt

"Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself." Matthew 22:39.
Hebrew: "וְאָהַבְתָּ לְרֵעֲךָ כָּמוֹךָ" 
Love is the most compelling human characteristic a human being possesses, because of it people will climb mountains and swim across oceans. It has a way of compelling a person to do rise above their circumstances. Love is so important, that all of the 10 Commandments are based on it. When we love our neighbors as ourselves, we will not steal from them, take their life, bear false witness against them, or desire to have what is theirs. Your neighbor is more than someone who lives near you, looks like you and shares you culture or beliefs. Your neighbors are everyone.
The King’s Daughter
The King’s Daughter T Shirt

“The King’s daughter is all glorious within: her clothing is of wrought gold.” Psalm 45:13.
Hebrew: “כָּל כְּבוּדָּה בַת מֶלֶךְ פְּנִימָה מִמִּשְׁבְּצוֹת זָהָב לְבוּשָׁהּ.”
Because of her inward glory, the King's daughter clothing is of wrought gold, or interwoven and embroidered with gold. This speaks of very fine, beautiful clothing - clothing that is elegant, refined, graceful, respectful, and modest.
You are a cherished member of G-d’s royal family, given access to the fullness of His love and provision. You are not a slave nor a hired hand for G-d. You are a daughter - an heir of G-d.
Reflect your inner glory in your clothing, both in the natural, and in the spiritual.

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