In this lesson we will learn two new letters, the Hebrew “p” sound, including its “final” form, and the second of two Hebrew “t” sounds.
In this lesson we will learn two new letters, פ, which makes the Hebrew “p” sound, and ט, the second of two Hebrew “t” sounds.
The word מִשְׁפָּט (mish·PAT, “justice”) contains two new letters פ and ט. In the Hebrew Scriptures the term mish·PAT is frequently paired with צְדָקָה (tse·da·KAH). In Gen. 18:19, for example, God explains the reason why he chose Abraham:
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