The Jews Spoke Aramaic

Acts 1:19 make it very clear that the language that was spoken by everyone in Jerusalem was Aramaic. The word “Akeldama” in Acts 1:19 is Aramaic.

In the world today there are many people that say the Jews that were alive during the time that the letters in the New Testament were written spoke Old Testament Hebrew, but Acts 1:19 does not support that teaching.

Acts 1:19 Everyone in Jerusalem heard about this, so that they called that field in their own language Akeldama [Chaqal-dama], that is to say, The Field Of Blood.

Acts 1:19 make it very clear that the language that was spoken by everyone in Jerusalem was Aramaic. The Greek word “Akeldama” in Acts 1:19 is a transliteration of the Aramaic word “Chaqal dama.”

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2 thoughts on “The Jews Spoke Aramaic

  1. Hi mom, it’s all about control, the people that say that the Jews during the time that the letters in the New Testament were written spoke Old Testament Hebrew have an agenda, they say that the Messiah’s name is “Yahushua” and if you don’t believe in that name, then you are not born from above (born of the Spirit), it’s just like the majority of people that claim to be Christian that say everyone has to believe in the name “Jesus” to be Christian, well that can’t be true, because the letter “J” did not exist during the time of the Apostles, therefore they never said anyone has to believe in the name “Jesus” to be born of the Spirit.

    The truth is, no one has to believe in the name Yahushua, Yeshua, or Jesus to be born of the Spirit, only those who believe that God’s Son Yeshua is the Messiah that no longer practice sin are born from above (born of the Spirit).

    1 John 5:1 – Whoever believes that Yeshua is the Messiah is born of God [born of the Spirit].

    1 John 3:9 – No one born of God practices sin, because His seed [the Holy Spirit] abides in him or her; and he or she cannot sin, because he or she is born of God [born of the Spirit].

    1 John 5:18 – We know [absolutely] that anyone born of God [born of the Spirit] does not [deliberately and knowingly] practice committing sin, but the One Who was begotten of God carefully watches over {and} protects him [Christ’s divine presence (the Holy Spirit) within him preserves him against the evil], and the wicked one [the spirit of the natural man] does not lay hold (get a grip) on him {or} touch [him].

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