Shamah, Part 15
Shamah is written about 1150 times in the Old Testament. Mainly 82 times used in Deuteronomy, 95 times in Isaiah and 168 times in Jeremiah.
Verse 15: The Lord God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to work it and keep it.
The Hebrew word, "Shamar", is used for the word "keep" in English in Genesis 2:15.
We should pay attention (Shamah) to God's Words.
God listens (Shamah) our cry.
Strong 8085 "Shamah" means to hear intelligently in the context of follow through the speaker. We should keep our spiritual garden as well.
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