To equip believers with a comprehensive understanding of the Word of God from a Hebraic perspective in terms of its context, meaning and culture.
Our focus at Emet is to provide believers with the truth and a deeper understanding of the Bible based on its original Hebrew context, culture and meaning.
We offer biblical teachings which are thoroughly researched by Wilhelmien van Nieuwenhuizen.
She is in regular contact with some of the best Hebrew scholars of the present day.
In this way, important academic knowledge and discoveries are incorporated into her teaching.
We offer detailed teachings on complex topics which are explained in a clear, comprehensible and practical way.
Gain depth, new perspectives and understanding in your faith.
Discover the meaning of the original text of the Bible in the context and culture of the time.
Gain new thought provoking insights into the original meaning of the Scriptures.
Understand difficult scriptural passages, explained clearly, concisely, pragmatically and in context.
We see believers as eagles who are being equipped in faith and who have a mature relationship with God.
In this relationship they take responsibility and act in His will.
The participants at the Emet teachings study, reflect, discern and participate in conversation.
They walk in obedience and keep their covenant with God by loving Him with all their heart, mind and soul. They love their neighbours as themselves, in word and deed.
We are all disciples of the Messiah Yeshua – Jesus Christ and are on this journey in faith together.
In Hebrew, the word אמת Emet is written with three letters. The first letter א – Aleph, the middle letter מ – Mem and the last letter of the Hebrew alphabet ת – Tav.
Truth is represented as beginning, middle and end. It represents a full circle or what is whole. We often speak of the full truth or the whole truth which encompasses everything.
If we take away the א – Aleph, the two-letter word מת Met remains, which means death. The first letter א – Aleph is connected with our infinite God. The interpretation is that we have truth with God, but without Him we have death.
In Greek we call God AΩ – Alfa and Omega, the beginning and the end. In Hebrew we say He is את – Aleph – Tav.
In Hebrew we call the truth the Seal of God.
Our focus at Emet is to proclaim His Word, which is truth.
We look forward to hearing from you.