I know one of the worries of the kids’ music service is that the kids comprehend what they are singing and that they would not joke about this. Also, I share that worry for our kin. In a minute the choir will sing a tune called, “Hosanna, Hosanna!” And after that, we as a whole will sing a tune which starts: “Hosanna in the most noteworthy!” So I need to give a little lesson in Greek and Hebrew, to ensure we as a whole realize what the New Testament implies when it says in three better places, “Hosanna to the Son of David!” (Matthew 21:9, 15); or, “Hosanna in the most astounding!” (Mark 11:9, 10); or basically, “Hosanna!” (John 12:13).
A Lesson in Greek and Hebrew
All of you realize that the New Testament was first composed in Greek, and … Read the rest