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Rhema Word Productions

Literally, I was out mowing the lawn and this idea of a production company entered my thoughts. Out of nowhere the word "Rhema" came to my mind. I didn't know what it meant. I had never heard the word before. I started to research the term rhema and discovered it was a Hebrew word that means, "A Word, The Word "Dewar (word)" a last letter "Resh (r)" has also meaning "First, Top, Beginning" and also refers to a "Door to the House of the First or Doors to the House of the Beginning", and we know who said "I am the ALEPH (alpha) ve Tav (omega), BEGINNING and the END" so one definition actually means "Doors to the House of God"...

The meaning of Rhema or Rema of spanish origin means poetry... or song. The concept of Rhema in the Bible derives from the prologue to the Gospel of John, which is often translated into English as "In the Beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God" versus "the Word was God." In Greek it literally means an "utterance" or "thing said or spoken." It is a Word that signifies the action of utterance. In philosophy, it was used by both Plato and Aristotle to refer to propositions or sentences.

The first time Rhema is used in the New Testament is during Jesus' forty-day temptation by Satan. Jesus, after being tempted to feed himself through a miracle after fasting for a long period, responds with the following. But He (Jesus) answered and said, "It is written, 'Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word (Rhema) that proceeds out of the mouth of God.'" (Matthew 4:4, HBFV).

Interestingly, the word Rhema occurs at least seventy times in the New Testament Greek text. The Books that use it the most are the Gospel of Luke (19 times), followed by the Book of Acts (14 times), then the Gospel of John (12 times). In the King James Bible, the Greek word "Rhema" is many times translated as "Word(s)" (Matthew 4:4, 18:16, Mark 14:72, etc.). It is also translated as "saying(s)" (Mark 9:32, Luke 1:65, etc.) and "Thing" (Luke 2:15, Acts 5:32).

Ok, so after I did my due diligence and study I then get the idea that I'm going to own and operate a recording business called Rhema Word Productions. It's to be used as a point of contact for God's Word to be recorded and broadcasted through the radio, television airways, and social media. In other words, Rhema Word Productions is to be used in these days to profess and confess the Gospel of Good News and help individuals make their dreams a reality. Rhema Word Productions was birthed in the Spring of 2004 (March 22, 2004, and continues today to fulfill the dreams of everyone that enters its doors.


If you have a song, or some poetry that you really want to recorded- or you just have the idea for the music please give me a call and I will help you fulfill this dream. I'm here to help you do this for a minimal hourly fee. Contact Steve Brown for the most current prices. 253.312.5424


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