Welcome to Ram Bible Studies
God alone is the RAM of Prominence!
Greetings, and welcome to Ram Bible Studies were we are dedicated to learning the Word of God by carefully examining the Hebrew roots o the words in scripture.
So let’s start in the beginning. What does RAM stand for? In order to understand this let us look at Genesis 1:1.
In the beginning God . . . .
The name for the site Ram was taken from root meaning of the word God which in Hebrew is ‘elohiym. This is how it was done.
‘elohiym H430 means rulers, judges derived from the root of ‘elowahh H433 (true) God which is derived from the root ‘el H410 which means mighty one, strong, and a hero.
This word ‘el is derived from the root H352 ‘ayil which means Ram (food, sacrifice, skin dyed red, for tabernacle) and has its root meaning derived from H193 ‘uwl which means prominence, to roll, prominence, powerful ones unused root meaning to twist implication to be strong.
“God is the the true strongman causing things to become. He is the weaver, mighty warrior, House of bread, trodder of the winepress, one who begets progenies leading by the hand and teach those who are willing to be yoked. Reddening them the dominate RAM raises up sons in his image of prominence.”
The one who created the heaven and the earth is a ruler, judge, mighty one, hero, but more importantly, he is a ram. A ram that was sacrificed, and dyed red for our sins, one that makes atonement for our transgressions as our high priest, but he is also our food our daily bread or provision from God. He is our manna from heaven.
Our ram is Jesus Christ the son of the true God. It’s in his image we are to be recreated! Thus, this site is for those who desire to be rams, strong, mighty ones, heroes, dyed red, willing to sacrifice, willing to give out the bread of God to those who are hungry, and willing to cry out for pity for those who are in need of God’s intervention.
It’s our hope and prayer that you’ll be blessed and reddened as you study the lessons on the site as you are made a new after the likeness of the second Adam (meaning at the root to be red, dyed red, reddened, ruddy, H120, H119).
RAMS are always ready for Battle
Are you a RAM ready for war? Reddened by God? Smeared and dipped in blood? Ready to besiege cities in and bring down giants plowing the ground making it glisten with the fire of God’s righteousness? If not, let RAM Bible Studies help you establish God’s prominence in your life and one the battlefield!
(The meanings for all Hebrew words and references are from http://Bluebookbible.org)