Various names of God derive from specific historical situations revealing a certain aspect of God’s character. Through this 12-part series written by Dr. Vered Hillel, you’ll learn how to call upon God using names such as the Almighty, the Healer, the Provider, the Protector, and more.
What to Expect from this Series
After you sign up to receive this free eseries, you’ll immediately get an introduction e-mail. Then, you’ll receive the first “Hebrew Names of God” email and learn about the name, El Shaddai.
This series in particular will be sent out every Tuesday at 2pm EST for the next twelve weeks with a bonus email at the end. Because they build on top of one another, please mark this time on your calendar to check your email so you don’t miss anything.
We encourage you to read each devotional fully, print it out and share it with your family and friends around the dinner table and at your local Bible study.
Don’t forget to download our free Names of God desktop wallpaper in each email!
After you’ve completed the series, please visit our TLV Email Preference Center to sign up for another one.
May you be blessed by the reading of the Word!
About Dr. Vered Hillel, TLV Scholar
Vered Hillel is a Prof. of Second Temple Period Judaism and Early Christianity. She currently serves as the Provost of Messianic Jewish Theological Institute. She teaches as adjunct faculty in various Bible Colleges and Universities. She helped found Israel College of the Bible, Netanya, Israel, where she also served as Associate Academic Dean and Instructor. She holds a PhD and MA from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel in Pseudepigrapha; a MA in Messianic Jewish Theology from MJTI; a MA in New Testament and the Backgrounds to Early Christianity from the University of the Holy Land, Jerusalem, Israel; and a BA in Bible and Theology from ICI University, Irving, Texas.
Her areas of interest are Messianic Jewish Theology, Second Temple Period Literature including New Testament, Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, as well as the Backgrounds to Early Christianity and Jewish/Christian Relations.
Dr. Vered Hillel served as a Text Manager on the TLV Translation Bible Project.