Key Code for One Unity Resource Bible
The following are special featrues you will find in the OUR Bible. This Key Code is designed for you to find the design more accessable and see the logic of the design method.
Basic Function, Nuts and Bolts. This table is presenting the Key Code of Features in the One Unity Resource (OUR) Bible. In Subject, you will see the Subject of the feature and how it would look in the text. Description tells you the logic of feature presentation and what information is presented to you. First Instance and Appearance quotes from the text of the first place this feature is found and gives an example from the text. (Any other features from that verse are removed from this example.) Have fun!
SubjectDescriptionFirst Instance and Appearance
Key VerseBold Text. Footnotes at the end of quote. Only what is quoted is identified, paraphrasing is identified. (Gen 1:27) God created man in his own likeness. * (marker) *1.27 Quoted in James 3:9
Messianic Prophecy Dark Red, Maroon color text. Footnotes at the start of prophecy.(v2) Earth was tohu v'bohu ·void and chaos·. Darkness was on the surface of the deep and Ruach Elohim ·Spirit of God· was hovering over the surface of the waters. (Gen 1:2)
613 CommandsFootnotes at start of the command give details. (# Catagory 1-10. Command 1-613) English reference (Hebrew Reference) (Context to understand the command better): Description of the command with Torah and Rabbis in agreement or if difference then T. is Torah’s interpertation and R. is for Rabbis’ interpertation. Some extra details are provided and identified as Torah or Rabbis based.(Gen 1:28 showing English reference with notes) Gen 1:28 (#7.432): T. R. T. Note: and (Ex 12:6 showing context reference) Ex 12:6 (Ex 12:1-14) (#4.263): T. R. and (Ex 20:14 showing both English and Hebrew references different with notes) Ex 20:14; Deut 5:18 [Heb Bible Ex 20:13; Deut 5:18] (#7.433): T. R. R. Note Consider
Original Words ·Transliterated·Original Hebrew, Greek, or Aramaic transliterated and italics with ·literal meaning identified inside dots·. Some New Covenant words are changed from Greek to their equivelant Hebrew, this is justified by comparing the Greek Septuagent translation of the Hebrew Masoretic text for the same word used. (Gen 1:1) B'resheet ·In the beginning of the beginning·
Original [Names of God]Hebrew names for God, combonation of names, reference to YHVH translated as Adonai with literal meaning following [in brackets]. Same method as Literal names except this is transliterated Hebrew.(Gen 1:2) Ruach Elohim ·Spirit of God· and (Deut 24:10) Who is this Melek haKavod [King of Glory]? Adonai Tzva'ot [Yahweh Commander of heaven’s armies]
[Literal Names]Literal meaning for names of people or places [in bracket following the name]. Most names remain English translation followed by [literal meaning]. A few select names are transliterated Hebrew to English.(Gen 3:20-21) Adam [Human, Red earth] and Eve [Life]
MarYah and I AMAramaic Peshitta, New Covenant in Aramaic, has specific reference to Master Yahweh and the same I Am affirmation as in Exodus 4. This is unique from the Greek word for “lord” that makes no distinction between human ruler and God. This has been inserted in the Gospels where it appears by the witness of three Peshitta translations. Sometimes these words are applied in reference to Messiah.(Matt 1:22) Now all this has happened, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by MarYah [Master Yahweh] through the prophet, then quoting Isaiah 7:14.
Parasha ReadingsThe Rabbis divided up Torah into 52 weekly Parashas; each one has seven readings for the days of the week. Each Parasha has parallel topics in the Prophets or History, according to First Fruits of Zion list, OUR Bible has added Gospel readings to parallel the Parasha readings. Differences between (A) Ashkenazi and (S) Sephardic Jewish traditions are noted. Parashah 1: B'resheet ·In The Beginning· 1:1-6:8 and (A:4, S:2) and (Maftir ·Conclusion·) and Haftarah B'resheet ·Taking leave · In The Beginning·: Yesha'yahu / Isaiah 42:5-43:10 (A); 42:5-21 (S) B'rit Hadashah ·New Covenant·: John 1:1-18
Proposed Historical Context of the Psalms Each Psalm was written by a read person with real life experiences shaping what they wrote about. In many if not most Psalms, there are illusions to historical recorded events. OUR Bible proposes historical context summary with reference verses for your consideration.(Ps 1 pre-verse) Context: Israel [God prevails] separates the mixed multitude after reading Torah scroll. (Neh 13:1-3)
ReferencesReferences listed within the same book are seporated by commas and always listing chapter and verse. References that change books are seporated by semi-colons and identified as a new book with chapter and verse. Some references are context for the focus command, like in the 613 list. Example: (Ex 20:2, 20:2-3, 20:2-6; Deut 6:4-5, 6:5; Matt 22:37; Mark 12:29-30; Luke 10:27)