We are fortunate to be living in a time when we can speak Hebrew freely. I only began to learn Hebrew when I moved to Lithuania in the early 1970s, while in transit on the way to Israel.
A good number of their children spoke the language of Ashdod and the language of those various peoples, and did not know how to speak Judean. Nechemya (Nehemiah) 13:24 ּובְ נֵיהֶ ם חֲ צִ י מְ דַ בֵ ר אַ ׁשְ ּדֹודִ ית וְ אֵ ינָם מַ כ ִ ירִ ים לְ דַ בֵ ר יְהּודִ… Read more »
Tzefanya describes a future in which all the nations of the world will have “pure speech.” Many commentators explain that in the end of days the whole world will speak Hebrew. Today, the ancient language of Hebrew has been revitalized into the living language of the nation of Israel. Hebrew is also now being studied by millions of non-Jews eager to read the Bible in its purest form.