50 Hebrew words, many from the Books of Genesis and Exodus in the Law of Moses or Torah.

50 Hebrew words, many from the Books of Genesis and Exodus in the Law of Moses or Torah.

Tattoo Ideas: Solomon 3:4 in Hebrew "I have found the one whom my soul loves" We had it tattooed on our rib because Eve was formed from Adam's rib. And as the Bible explains for marriage...the two became one flesh

Tattoo Ideas: Solomon in Hebrew "I have found the one whom my soul loves" We had it tattooed on our rib because Eve was formed from Adam's rib. And as the Bible explains for marriage.the two became one flesh This is beautiful.

Love peace faith truth

Zephaniah: 3 : 9 For then I will restore to the people pure speech, so that all of them may call upon the name of ADONAIand serve Him shoulder to shoulder.

Overcome in a simple Hebrew handwriting by hebrew-tattoos.com #hebrew… More

Overcome in a simple Hebrew handwriting by hebrew-tattoos.com #hebrew… More

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Hebrew is one of the ancient languages which has managed to gain a good value in the world of tattoo. Here is a collection of Hebrew Tattoos.

Chesed (or khesed) is the Hebrew word for loving kindness, God's steadfast and unwavering love. Getting this either on my wrist or ribs.

Chesed (or khesed) is the Hebrew word for loving kindness, God's steadfast and unwavering love. Love the script

"Accept what is, let go of what was, and have faith in what will be."

Arabic vertical spine tattoo "accept what is, let go of what was, and have faith in what will be"

"Daughter of the King"

"Daughter of the King" --- on my ankle! to remind me to aways walk in the truth that I am a daughter of the king.

Hebrew for "Child of God" or literally "Daughter of God," as Hebrew does not have gender-neutral nouns. This word in the Latin alphabet is batel or bat'el.

Hebrew for "Child of God" or literally "Daughter of God," as Hebrew does not have gender-neutral nouns. This word in the Latin alphabet is batel or bat'el.

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