The main benefit of learning a second language is that of being able to communicate with others in their native language. Hebrew is considered to be one of the most difficult languages to learn and requires a lot of study but once mastered, even if only at a basic level it can be very rewarding.
Hebrew is not just an ancient language, often studied by those wanting to be able to read old historic documents and learn more about cultural heritage, it is also a modern language spoken widely across the globe. As with the study of any language, learning Hebrew has its benefits. Such benefits may include improving your knowledge of another culture, understanding history or political actions currently happening in the modern world and be able to read ancient scriptures such as those of the Bible.
Hebrew is also a language which continues to be used throughout the ages and the three Abrahamic religions all have links to the Hebrew speaking world. It is true to say that a great many documented event in history were recorded in this fascinating language. Those who travel to the Middle East will hear Hebrew spoken widely including in courtrooms, universities, Holy building and in day to day life within communities.
Learning Hebrew has many benefits but does come at a cost. Because of the complex nature of this language succeeding requires effort, patience and perhaps persistence. That said, once you have grasped the foundations you can but build on your basic knowledge of Hebrew at begin to enjoy the language at a whole new level.