Hebrews 11:3 says "By faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that the things which are seen were not made of things which are visible."
The LORD made covenant with Abraham, the Hebrew. The language in which He made covenant with Abraham was Hebrew.
Hebrew, eber, written with the letters aleph-beth-aleph-resh, means to pass or cross over. Having some understanding of Hebrew gives us revelation on how to cross over from season to season in the blessings of the covenant we have been grafted into. As children of God through the Blood of the Lord Jesus Christ, we have been grafted into Abraham's covenant. He has already built within us the ability to cross over. His language activates spiritual power within us to make a shift at strategic times.
Hebrew Language Links
(an entertaining way to learn the alphabet, aleph-bet, starting with a short account of the History of the Hebrew Alphabet)
* Holy Language
(a course taught by a Messianic Hebrew teacher, who is passionate about Yeshua the Messiah, and about discipleship)
Return to God (Click on "Ancient Hebrew reveals information in Scripture")
Mystery of the Hebrew Language
(Did you notice that the book of Revelation, also called the Apocalypse, consists of 22 chapters? That's one for each letter of the Hebrew Alphabet. This site explores the Apocalypse in relation to the Hebrew Alphabet, and is a fascinating study in these end days.)
(The Language of Adam and Eve - source language of Hebrew ... and all languages of the earth, according to the website)
Did one of the many languages that dated back to the time of the Babel confusion remain close enough to the origin (perhaps because Shem and his descendants refused to join in the rebellion), that it can be considered to be the modern version of Edenic? There's a strong probability that Hebrew is that tongue.
See also these websites: 1, 2, and more will be added.
I now add two links from a Jewish site: Aish.com
Learn the Hebrew Letters (an interactive alef-bet)
Speak Hebrew with Moshe and Leah (animated ulpan, language school)