Heart Language

A renowned bible teacher was asked if he knew Hebrew and Greek, the languages in which the Old and New Testaments were written respectively. He expressed his ignorance. The other person declared that he could not be a Bible Teacher without studying the Bible in the Hebrew language. The Son of God knew the truths could be communicated in any language and used all three languages (Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic) according to the audience.
Confusion: There is an increasing trend for some to take pride that their knowledge of Hebrew and the bible in other languages is not adequately correct regarding translation. Sadly, valuing the Hebrew language more than Lord Jesus Christ, few have become followers of Judaism abandoning their Christian faith.
Sacred language: The Jewish people considered Hebrew as the sacred language as most of The Old Testament books including the Ten Commandments were written in that. During Lord Jesus Christ’s time, the elite religious people (Pharisees, Sadducees, and Scribes) knew the language. Lord discussed with religious scholars in the Hebrew language. (Luke 2:39-52) Common people did not know Hebrew.
Power language: Since the time of Alexander the Great, Greek became the predominant language, and the administration of The Roman Empire was also Greek. Jesus spoke to the Roman Centurion and Pontius Pilate in Greek. (Matthew 8:5-13; John 18:28-38)
Common language: Aramaic was the common language in the Eastern Mediterranean, Neo-Assyrian, Neo-Babylonian, and Achaemenid empires. (722-330 BC) It continued to be the dominant language until the first century, even though Greek also spread. The Jewish people during the Babylonian exile adapted the Aramaic language. Lord Jesus spoke Aramaic during his ministry, especially in the region of Galilee as recorded by Matthew and Mark. (Mark 5:41; 7:34; 14:36; 15:34; Matthew 27:46)
Bible Translation: Missionaries wherever they went, learned the language of the people and invested their time (12-25 years) in translating the Bible. Thus, the languages that have the Bible have become sacred languages.
Truth in love: It is not proficiency in languages, that is important. Instead I need the grace to speak the truth in love. (Ephesians 4:15)
Is love my core language?