May 6, 2008 Broadcast
Yada, Yada,Yada

Yada, Yada, Yada

    This phrase has been made a part of present day by a television situation comedy. Many think it has the same meaning as "so forth and so on," or "bla, bla bla".

    Now read Genesis 4:1 And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the LORD.

    It that verse the English word 'knew' is the Hebrew word "yada" . Below you will find the definition of the Hebrew word 'yada'.

03045 yada` {yaw-dah'}

a primitive root; TWOT - 848; v

AV - know 645, known 105, knowledge 19, perceive 18, shew 17, tell 8,
wist 7, understand 7, certainly 7, acknowledge 6, acquaintance 6,
consider 6, declare 6, teach 5, misc 85; 947

1) to know
1a) (Qal)
1a1) to know
1a1a) to know, learn to know

1a1b) to perceive
1a1c) to perceive and see, find out and discern
1a1d) to discriminate, distinguish
1a1e) to know by experience
1a1f) to recognize, admit, acknowledge, confess
1a1g) to consider
1a2) to know, be acquainted with
1a3) to know (a person carnally)            yada
1a4) to know how, be skilful in
1a5) to have knowledge, be wise
1b) (Niphal)
1b1) to be made known, be or become known, be revealed
1b2) to make oneself known
1b3) to be perceived
1b4) to be instructed
1c) (Piel) to cause to know
1d) (Poal) to cause to know

   So it's "And Adam 'yada' Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain.

   Ask yourself these questions: When a person says the "yada" he is speaking a Hebrew word, in plain English what does that Hebrew word "yada" mean?

    (Hint: 1a3 above and in early America misbehaving people were put in the stocks. A sign announced the crime. One often used sign read, "For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge," which is the origin of a often used four letter word for 'knew'. 'Knew' as used in "and Adam knew his wife" and "yada, yada, yada". 

   Has the television 'programmed' many good people to unknowingly utter profanities? 

Does God like profanities? 

























Another seal has been opened when you understand.

The Doctrine of Baalam.



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