9 thoughts on “Guest Book

  1. EmergentWarrior says:

    Great site. It is lovely to visit you here.

  2. theWomanAtTheWell says:

    Hi TJ! I wanted to take a second and let you know I nominated you for another award. It’s the 7×7 award, so come visit my site to learn more about it and how to accept it, you deserve this award too. God Bless. -watw

  3. I was wondering if you could do some investigating for me. I was wondering if your able to really figure out the meaning to two names. Josiah and Josiahu. I’ve found stuff on Josiah and it’s all about the same, but then I ran across a site that delved into it and it’s actual Hebrew roots and it was completely different. I couldn’t find anything on the other one though. Other than it showed up on that same site and said that it was a completely different name.

  4. Ok I did spell it wrong. I thought I might have, but I don’t know if it will help.

    • ok. I just looked at that first page U gave me and when you go to Josiah it has it written out in Hebrew twice. From what I can tell The first one is the Joshiahu name I gave you and the second is Josiah. Ok I found that web site and I’m going to try and share it with you, so you’ll know what I’m talking about. he he

      I hope it worked. And thanks for that site, it’s great!

    • TJ says:

      That was an interesting article, Ariel.

      I’m still a beginner at learning Hebrew, but one thing I have learned is that Hebrew is a very unique language. I don’t know how much you know about the language so forgive me if I’m telling you things you already know, but every Hebrew word is made up of a 3-letter root word. Every word that has the same 3-letter root is related. There are words that are related that you’d never imagine could be related. There is an interesting series of YouTube videos about this from the Ancient Hebrew Research Center called “The Way of Yahweh” if you are interested in looking into this:

      The article you shared mention these 3-letter roots. It said it was unclear which root word the first part of the name came from. Which root word the name came from would indicate which words are connected. It is possible that “Despair” is connect to Josiah’s name through the root words.

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