Emmanuel is a Greek form of the Hebrew name Immanu'el, which means 'God with us.' The name first appears in a prophecy of Isaiah as the name of the son born of a virgin (Hebrew almah, "maiden"), and again in the book of Matthew, which cites this prophecy. In the King James and Revised Standard versions of The Bible, the name appears in its Hebrew form in Isaiah (translated from the Hebrew) and in its Greek form in Matthew (translated from the Greek). In the Douay version the name has been regularized and appears as Emmanuel in both places.
Immanuel עמנואל comes from two words combined:
עמנו = 'immanu = "with us"
אל = 'el = "God"
Therefore it means "God is with us" or "with us is God". While our standard and traditional Hebrew Texts called the "Massoretic Text" have this name as two words, interestingly the Dead Sea Scrolls version of Is 7:14 in at least one copy spells it as one word -- meaning its a name.
"God with us"
Emmanuel Bible College was created in 1940.
Emmanuel Bible College's motto is 'living in colour'.
The prophet in the old testament Isaiah was the first one to speak of Emmanuel.
The word "Emmanuel" is in the King James Version of the Bible 1 time. It is in 1 verse. Please see the related link below.
If you mean Emmanuel Vardi (the composer who died in 2011) then yes, he spoke Hebrew.
Emmanuel - son of God
"God with us".
God is with us <3
Emmanuel, a Hebrew word, means God is with us Guerrero, a Spanish word, means warrior
Emmanuel is a given name for a boy. It is of ancient Hebrew origin and has a Biblical tone. Emmanuel means God is with us.
it means god is with us
The KJV uses Immanuel twice in Isaiah and also Emmanuel once in Matthew. In the NIV, Immanuel is used four times in both Old and New Testament and Emmanuel once in the New Testament.