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Why Study the Ancient Hebrew Language and Alphabet?
(ver 1.1) There could be many skeptics in the church body of believers that resist new revealed concepts found hidden in the Bible. These lessons are NOT intended or designed to introduce new doctrines or beliefs. However, they do contain several basic revelations that many may have not yet seen before while reading and studying God’s Holy Text. This lesson series is only intended to take what the scriptures actually say and teach us about our Messiah, Lord and the Savior of humanity named Jesus and show us how God reveals Him in an ancient Hebrew pictographic alphabet.
This concept of the ancient Hebrew Text has become an incredibly expanding study subject on the internet and in churches. There are many Christians that have received partial revelations about this subject and have started teaching it also. There are multiple pastor teachers on “Youtube” that have had many of the fundamentals revealed to them and they are teaching it to their churches and to those that want to watch it on the internet. Praise the LORD! It is true, that not everyone has seen the exact same things, but we trust God to continue to work in us and through us all, to come to the increasing fullest knowledge of Jesus Christ. Amen.
There are numerous reasons to learn these lessons about the ancient Hebrew Language. One of the first reasons is simply to understand the selected graphical designs of each letter, and how each of them tell us a story of Jesus individually. After learning the basics of each letter we should desire to learn how letters are joined together to create a greater revelation found in each Hebrew root word meaning. Finally, for advanced students it is then beneficial to see how each larger Hebrew word is built upon the foundations of the alphabet letters and the root words that are laid together to build a greater message of hidden meanings.
Do you remember the old saying that a picture tells us a story of at least a thousand words? We are going to explore today just some of the reasons God reveals this is an important subject to learn. Let us get started on this first subject of why we should study this ancient alphabet with Reason 1.
Reason 1: Jesus Personally Claimed to be the Alphabet.
Rev 1:8 I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.
You have hopefully seen this claim stated before in previous lessons. Jesus in the Book of Revelation twice declares to be the Alpha and the Omega, written as the first and the last letters of the Greek alphabet. However, the writer of this book was John who was a Jew, Jesus the speaker was also a Jew, and they both most likely were speaking in Hebrew to write the book of Revelation. We know for sure that Jesus spoke Hebrew, because when Jesus appeared to Saul on the road to Damascus, it is written in Acts 26:14 that Jesus was speaking to Saul in Hebrew.
Now we must also understand that in the Hebrew text of the Old Covenant, there is a word that occurs very often and it is mostly completely ignored by translators. This word H853 is created by God using two Hebrew letters. These two letters correspond to the Alpha and the Omega, being the first and the last letters and in Hebrew they are called the “Alef” and the “Tav”. That just cannot be a coincidence or accidental occurrence.
Yes, there are modern day scholars that study the Hebrew language and believe these two letters, while not being translated only are there to place emphasis on primary subject verbs. But please do the studies for yourself. Analyze each word if you have the time and its placement and usages. Notice how it sometimes appears to be random when it occurs, and then notice there are many, many verses that do not contain this untranslated word Alef + Tav. Then notice that there are other verses that can contain this word more than once. Finally, pay attention that almost every verse that this word occurs could apply to Jesus in some direct, or hidden form, whether it be in name, title, typology, symbolism, etc. So, the fact still remains that this word H853 occurs more than 5000 times in the text, and Jesus makes it an emphasized point to say these letters represent me, and this cannot be ignored.
Therefore, if Jesus is claiming to be the first and last letters of the alphabet, it is at the least strongly implied that He is also all of the letters in between these two also. This only makes logical sense, because He is called the literal “Word of God” revealed to us in Revelation 19:13. If Jesus was called the “Word of God” in this verse, this just further confirms that He is the entire alphabet that creates the Words of God also. Doesn’t this make sense? It takes all the letters in the alphabet to write the Word of God. Therefore, Jesus by being called the “Word of God” and claiming to be the first and last letters personally, we can make the easy revelation to see Him as every letter.
Reason 2: Jesus Personally Knew and Referenced the Jewish Alphabet
Mat 5:18 For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.
There is a very interesting confirmation for Jesus’ ability to speak Hebrew in this recorded verse from Matthew. Matthew consistently wrote to help Jewish people to find and see their Messiah. In the Genealogy of chapter 1, it is only given to us originating from the fathers Isaac, Israel, and their father called Abraham all proving Jesus to be the promised Seed of Abraham. Now notice what Matthew wrote by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit in chapter 5 verse 18. Here in this verse Jesus is speaking of the Old Covenant writings and says very to the point not one jot or tittle will pass away from these writings.
There is some debate about what exactly a tittle represents. Some believe these are only the vowel markings of the word that are very minor in size. This could be a reference to the text marks found in Hebrew during the time of Jesus. But it is the word “Jot” that must capture our primary focus. In this verse the “Jot” is a transliteration of the Greek letter “iota”. Wow, this is another single alphabet letter.
But the “Iota” letter is a transliteration of the original Hebrew alphabet letter “Yod”. Wow again. Now place a few more puzzle pieces together to see what is being communicated. Jesus just picked the most used letter in the entire Hebrew Old Testament writings and said none of these are going to pass away from God’s written word. But wait, what does a “Yod” picture represent? If you have studied this, we know it is the representation of “a hand extended from an outstretched arm”. This picture connects us to the “hand of God”, the “hand of man”, or the “hand of angels like Lucifer”. The “Yod” further represents the concepts of “power and authority” within kingdom realms. These kingdoms include the Kingdom of God, human kingdoms, and the kingdom of darkness.
The Yod is also the letter that begins the name of Jesus in the Hebrew language. The letter “Yod” is the same letter that begins the name of “Jehovah” (LORD) in the Hebrew language. This letter “Yod” also begins other essential words like Israel and Jerusalem. Are there any light bulbs being illuminated in your mind yet? Why did Jesus pick this letter to place such an emphasis upon it saying none of these will pass away from God’s Word? The simple answer is because God places the emphasis upon this letter in His written Word.
Could it also be Jesus was connecting Himself to this letter and again saying this one is me also? Remember what God wrote in Hebrews 1:8. In this verse God is speaking to His Son Jesus and says, “But unto the son, he says thy throne oh God, is forever.” Can you see the direct connection of the throne of Jesus Christ being forever, and not one Jot (Yod) will pass away? I personally believe that it is just another clue to connect us with the ancient Hebrew language.
Reason 3: God’s Intelligently Designed Alphabet
The next reason that becomes self-revealing from the study of this ancient Hebrew alphabet, is that these letter pictures could not have occurred by accident, or by human creation alone without God the Creator of our universe’s personal involvement. There are just too many signposts found in each letter that point us to only one person in the scriptures, and He is called the only begotten Son of God and is named Jesus Christ in English.
God is an amazing God and has a beyond amazing intelligence and level of understanding. The layers of intentionally designed information found in the Bible is like an onion. There is a never-ending supply of hidden treasures to find in the Bible. Jesus talks about this in a short parable:
Mat 13:44 Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto treasure hid in a field; the which when a man hath found, he hideth, and for joy thereof goeth and selleth all that he hath, and buyeth that field.
As you can read the Kingdom of Heaven is like a treasure hidden in a field. When anyone comes to the realization that Jesus is talking about His Word and knowing Him by His Word, they will change from never reading their Bibles to spending all of their spare time digging in it, seeking to find and learn new hidden treasures. Why would a man sell everything to buy a field that he had just found a very valuable treasure? The only logical common-sense answer is that he expects to find more treasure in the same field. This is a perfect description of the Bible. The Bibles is the ultimate field containing infinite hidden treasures.
If you are a computer geek or engineer, then you might understand that all intelligently designed, organized and presented data and information, does not occur randomly, without intensive intelligence involvement of a creator. This realization brings us to the amazing conclusion that this book could have only occurred without God being personally involved. The known facts prove this by asking and answering the question, how could one book written over 1500 years of time, by over 40 different individual authors, and each one of their unique writings contain the harmonious union of a single story about the One True God? This could not occur without contradictions or errors, unless there was an external God author that inspired every letter and word! If you would like to debate that the Bible does not have errors, that probably proves your ignorance of what the words mean. It could also say you may be ignoring how the organization of the words were designed, and how even each letter was purposefully organized and chosen to create each word.
When assumed conflicts are encountered, they normally come from a human that does not know how intelligent God is and therefore could never relate on the level with His extreme intelligence. In the book of Isaiah 55;8, informs us that His thoughts and ways are so much higher than our natural human ways. This is exactly why when we become a saved Christian through believing in Jesus, then we are given His personal Holy Spirit to live on the inside of us to help teach us what He hid in this Word for us to find. This is an amazing intelligently designed encryption system. Unless we are spiritually born again, we are totally unable to comprehend some of the simple Bible statements. It is very much like a 2-year-old trying to debate a chess master on the subject of how to play the game to win.
Reason 4: God’s Word Conceals Him
Pro 25:2 It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter.
This is an amazing clue to finding Jesus. Before we look for Him, we must know that He is hidden for us to find. We learn this from this verse and others like it. To understand what is being spoken of here, we must analyze the words “thing” and “matter” which is the same Hebrew word H1697 (dabar).
This Hebrew word H1697 is spelled “Dalet” + “Beyt” + “Resh”. If you have studied these individual letters, you already know the “Dalet” is the door of the house, The “Beyt” is the “House” and the “Resh” is the Head, ruler, or Prince of the House. Placing these pictures together in a sentence we get “The door of the House is the “Prince or Head”. As you should know by now this is a prophecy of Jesus as being the Only way into the Father’s house. Jesus stated this very plainly in John 14:6 “I am the way, the truth and the life, no man comes unto the Father except by me”.
Wow, that is an amazing revelation alone. Jesus is claiming to all of God’s creation that there will be some that do not or more clearly can never enter the Kingdom of God. This is too complex to go into in great depth. But the bottom line is that Jesus is revealing Satan and his angels will be excluded forever from the Kingdom of God because of their rebellion and sin.
However, there are others that will never enter the Kingdom of God. God reveals these others that will never be able to enter into His kingdom in Revelation 21:8. In this verse the LORD says, “the fearful”, “unbelieving”, the “abominable”, “murders”, “whoremongers”, “sorcerers”, “idolaters”, and ALL LIARS, shall have their part in the lake of burning fire another name for HELL! Remember these are words written down by John from the mouth of Jesus. What we are finding is that not everyone will be saved and if they do not enter into the door when they can on the earth, that door will soon shut when they die a physical death. But let us get back to our subject of “dabar”
Ok, what is God speaking of in the Hebrew “dabar” translated as “thing” and “matter”? I believe this verse should have been translated more literally and said “It is the glory of God to conceal the “Word”, and the honor of kings to search out the “Word”. This Hebrew word H1697 is translated as “Word” more times than any other and this is the literal definition. That information should be causing lights to shine in your heart right now.
Who is the Word of God? Remember, we saw this answer mentioned earlier. God revealed the answer to us in Revelation 19:13, but also, He shows us more of this mystery in John 1:1. “In the beginning was the Word, the Word was with God, and the Word was God”. We can find out in John 1:1 that the Word of God is God and God is His Word spoken and written simultaneously. Then we learn in John 1:14, “that the Word (God) became flesh and dwelt among us”. This flesh Word manifestation of God was Jesus! Therefore, the Word is God, God sending His Word into the World manifested in human flesh form, and God walked around us in person through Jesus who was born in Bethlehem.
Do you see better what Psalm 25:2 is saying now? God is the “dabar” Word, the “dabar” Word was with God and was God and He the dabar “Word” who became flesh to reveal Himself to humans in a touchable human form. Therefore, it was “The glory of God to conceal Jesus (the Word), and it is the glory of kings (Christians) to search Him out and find Him in the Word everywhere from Genesis to Revelation.
Reason 5: God’s Word Proclaims Him
We are about to discover a few more hidden jewels within the Word of the Living God. God’s Word has a fundamental design to reveal Him, and His nature, His Character, and His Ways to those that desire to know Him personally. But to those that do not desire to know Him, He has built into His Book a spiritual encryption language to block the carnal human mind and thoughts from knowing or understanding it. Therefore, if you are struggling to see what the Bible actually says about the God who is called Love, Light and Truth, it could be you need to pray and ask Him to help open your eyes to see what He has to say today to you personally. These are innumerable valuable hidden truth treasures placed in His Word for us to discover with our faithful and diligent Bible study. Let us confirm our reasons to study this subject with this next verse:
Psa 40:7 Then said I, Lo, I come: in the volume of the book it is written of me,
This verse is written down about the coming Messiah. God clearly states that there are three very important terms about studying the ancient Hebrew language. These three words are “volume” (H4039), “book” (H5612), and “written” (H3789). We will dig deeper into each word to find God’s treasures.
H4039 translated as “volume” refers to the concept of ancient scrolls made of leather or papyrus sheets that are rolled up after having letters written upon them. But these exist in blank form first awaiting someone’s thoughts to be recorded and preserved. This concept is a parallel to the human heart and mind. When first born onto the earth, each of us is a blank slate awaiting to be imprinted upon. We can see this concept and God’s intention of His Word to fill it, by reading God instruction to us saying, “for us to write His Words and Commandments upon the table of our heart”, in Proverbs 7:3.
The Hebrew word H5612 translated as “book” is very similar to the word translated as “volume” for it also refers to the scroll of a skin or papyrus rolled up, but this word more directly attached the meaning of this document containing a record of handwritten words with letters and also implied or direct numbers. This is a representation of a book that has was previously written upon using an alphabet building words.
Finally, the Hebrew word H3789 translated as “written” moves us to the process and act of writing implying with the usage of a “hand” (Yod) to accomplish this book of records in the volume of the book. This is actually representation of the human level of participation to take words and store them into our heart. But this verse in Psalm 40 while revealing spiritual application for us, is primarily focused upon Jesus as a prophecy.
It is most interesting to know that this verse is further quoted in the book of Hebrews. This is an amazing blessing from the LORD, because it gives us a word for word direct transition from Hebrew to Greek. In other words, it removes any guess work for knowing what Greek word corresponds to which Hebrew word. Let us look at the same words written in the book of Hebrews next:
Heb 10:7 Then said I, Lo, I come (in the volume of the book it is written of me,) to do thy will, O God.
The Greek word G2777 was translated as “volume” and it corresponds directly by quotation to the Hebrew word H4039. This word in Greek dictionaries is very similar to the Hebrew meaning “a scroll”. But this word also reveals that it means “a little head” as in the top of a round stick that the scroll is rolled up upon.
The Greek word G975 translated as “book” is the Greek word “biblion”. The Greek word G975 is a diminutive of G976 “biblios”. Hopefully you are seeing these are the words that give us our English word “Bible”. And our Bible is the book of writings penned by man from the inspired breath and finger of God.
As you can see, we are getting to some more of the good stuff now. The next Greek word is G1125. This word in an English transliterated word form is “grapho” and as we should know, it is translated mostly as “written”, and this again is implying with the work of a “hand”. In fact, in Biblical terms, we should understand this is the cooperating hands of man, being guided by the powerful hands of God. Both of these references connect us back to the statement of Jesus about the “Yod” (hand) letter never passing away.
According to the Mounce Greek dictionary this word “grapho” means “to engrave, as in to write, according to the ancient method of writing on plates of metal, waxes, tables or tables can also be known as tablets. There are many of these recovered writing surfaces that have been restored to prove and show us the ancient Hebrew Texts. I believe that is an interesting fact of history.
In the Thayer dictionary this word G1125 is further expanded to refer to the handwritings containing alphabet “letters”. As we should all know it is this concept that is the basis for all ancient and modern written words. Every word can only be created by people with intelligence through the proper education and selection of each of the letters made to form the words. Each individual created word can further be expanded to the concept of being organized by the person to convey in writing their thoughts, knowledge, understanding, wisdom, and ideas and many other types of word thoughts. But God designed words to mean so much more than this basic idea of communication of ideas and imaginations.
Hopefully you see where God is taking us. The Greek word “grapho” defined by Thayer means “to write, but it contains the direct reference to the form of the individual letters”. The clear emphasis given to us by this definition is that the shapes of letter matters. This is where many ignore the forms of the individual letters as being unimportant. But many of them have been transformed from the original and ancient writing style to the modern letters we see today.
Just a few examples of this are, the ancient Hebrew “Alef” ox pictogram looks like the English letter “A”. The ancient Hebrew “Mem” wave picture design looks very similar to the English letter “M”. The ancient Hebrew letter “Tav” cross picture is very similar to the English letter “T”. However, other letters were not so blessed and have been distorted to remove much of the ancient pictographic message from it.
However, let us learn from the Greek word “grapho”. From this word we can derive English words like “graph”, and “graphics” or it can be used as a “suffix” as in “biography” to tell one’s life story. All of these deal with ideas that are written by hand on either a piece of paper or in computer terms of digitally remembered designs of the same handwritten or drawn information.
Now let us go deeper into modern tech applications. Every website will hire one or more “graphic designers”. What are these people responsible for? They represent the design of the content of that website. This would include picture and photographic designs that are associated with textual content, including the font style, sizes and colors, etc. All of these come from the Bible. God is the ultimate “Divine Graphic Designer” of the Bible. Every picture image came from the mind of God and not a human. Each word style and order of the letters in the messages came directly from the mind of God the Creator of the heaven and the earth.
There is a significant challenge in modern culture, to try to understand the original designs and writings. The alphabets of most languages have transitioned and in modern terminology the font styles can vary so widely that every letter has been perverted to a nature of its own human reasoning. This is where God’s original manuscripts can reveal the same types of challenges, but the general shapes of the letters are still true to original intent and they still convey the basic envisioned picture meaning. It is only when we ignore these ancient original forms and only look at the modern modified variations that we could easily miss about what God hid for us to find, by Him designing Himself into each letter picture. Let us remember what Jesus said again in John:
Joh 5:39 Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.
Jesus is speaking to Hebrew leaders who could read and write in their native language. Speaking directly to these religious leaders, Jesus makes a claim that blows their minds. With this statement Jesus is making the claim that He is Messiah. But this statement is so much more than our simplistic human thinking of His declaration of truth.
Jesus is implying a much deeper truth than to just read from plainly stated verses written about Messiah. All these Jewish leaders knew the Messiah would be a Son of Abraham (Mat 1:1). All these leaders knew Messiah would be a Son of David (Mat 22:42) to rule David’s throne forever. All these leaders understood that He would be born in Bethlehem (Mat 2:6). These types of verses were so plainly understood by most scholars. Therefore, Jesus could not be talking just about these. No, these leaders knew all these verses and did not recognize the God in the flesh man named Jesus that stood before them that fulfilled them completely.
Therefore, Jesus is definitely speaking of deeper hidden truths. What Jesus was speaking of had to be a type of search that contained things that could be easily hidden from them in plain sight. This “search” would require more than just reading and implies a deeper need of “pursuit” behind words to find Him. I personally believe that what Jesus is referring to as Him being hidden, can apply to many layers of methods of deep study. Some of these could be methods that we have not yet fully found or understood, but all of these are placed there in plain sight using simple alphabet letters. In other words, there are no hidden coded messages that required us to do some unencrypting of the text to find Him. Let us go over some new examples of how Jesus was potentially hidden in Hebrew Words containing ancient Hebrew pictogram letters, next.
JESUS the GIFT of GOD
Knowing this about Jesus possibly being in the Alphabet and the Words built from this Alphabet, we begin by realizing one way for God to hide Himself, was for Him to create an alphabet of 22 letter pictures where every letter tells a part of the story of who He truly was and what He came to do. We find this message in the story of the alphabet letters pictures and in the placement of these letters to create words for greater God thoughts and God ideas. For example, we know God Almighty is the first letter of the Alphabet called the “Alef” representing the picture strong Ox servant, who is self-driven to move towards the final letter picture called the “Tav” representing His death on a wooden cross.
Along this journey and pathway of planned design, God moves through each letter to bring us new knowledge of His plan and the benefits that we will obtain by following after Him with our whole heart. For example, look at the Hebrew word H5414 a root word meaning “to give”. This root word is comprised of three letters with one letter being the same letter that is the beginning as well as ending letters of the word. Uh oh? Do you remember what we read in reason number 1 about Jesus claiming to be the first and the last? Who gave us a gift and what is this gift that is being given?
Remember that Jesus directly claims to be the “gift of God” in John 4:10 to a woman at a well. In this statement Jesus said, “If you knew the gift of God, and who it is that said to you Give me a drink…”. We will not teach this story, but pay attention to the fact that Jesus is calling Himself this gift and remember in John 3:16 we find “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him, should not perish, but have eternal life”. Jesus was offering this woman at the well a drink from His Spirit coming from His mouth and these words could have imparted to her eternal life if she believed. We have just learned that Jesus is the Gift that was given by the Father to the world so that we might be saved.
Now what are the two letters that make up the Hebrew word H5414, translated as gift? The first and last letters are the letter “Nun”. Uh oh, again. Do you recall what this letter means? This letter primarily means “a seed” but has implied applications to be the spoken “Words” of God also. We know this because the “Sower” (Jesus) sowed the Word of God in Mark 4. Therefore, the Word of God is being stated plainly to be “seed”, the letter “Nun”.
We also know that the Word of God is likened to bread in Matthew 4:4 where Jesus quotes to the devil “man shall not live by bread alone, but by every Word that proceeds from the mouth of God”. Do you see the progression God has just taken us through? You do understand that wheat is a type of grass that is cultivated to obtain its seed to make bread? You do know that bread is a very basic staple for maintaining natural human life? Therefore, God just said His words of “seed” are the same type of life source for the human spirit of man.
There are other applications to this “Nun” representing Jesus by knowing Jesus is called the “Seed of Abraham” as well as the “Seed of David” in the New Testament. Jesus further makes the direct claim to being a “seed” that came to the earth to die and fall into the ground in John 12:24. Jesus said unless He does this He would abide alone, but if He accomplished this goal, He would bring forth much fruit for God.
Now the middle letter of the word sandwich is the pivotal letter called the “Tav”. Surprise, Surprise! This letter as you should recall is the picture of the “cross”. Remember the cross is a torture instrument for death. Placing these three letters together “The Seed must die on a Cross (be buried) and will arise again (the third day) a new Seed of Life”. We get the attention to detail of the third day by just paying attention to the number of letters in the word being three (NTN). There are no accidents in the design of scriptures, but there are a lot of misunderstood and yet to be discovered things the Lord will reveal to us if we choose to “search” for Him. He is still hiding in plain sight in this word “to give” (H5414, nathan).
JESUS the STONE the BUILDERS REJECTED
Another awesome hidden Jesus is found in the Word translated as “stone”. The Hebrew root word H68 that is mainly translated as “stone” is also comprised of just three letters. Again, this is not a coincidence either. Three, is the number of divine completeness. There are three divine manifestations in the Godhead, revealed as God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. But what are these three letters?
First let us look up why the word “stone” represents Jesus. We know from reading Mark 12:10 that Jesus speaking to the Jewish people and leaders is claiming to be the “stone”. In this verse He quotes a Hebrew verse found in Psalm 118:22. In this verse we find the Hebrew word H68 translated as “Stone”. But this is a verse of prophecy about Jesus the coming Messiah that “the builders” and the “keepers” of the Old Covenant were supposed to accept in joy, but rather rejected because they did not know Him.
This Hebrew word “H68” is spelled “Alef” + “Beyt” + “Nun”. This is an amazing Hebrew word containing great layers of revelation in just three letters. In simplistic letter for letter interpretation, we see the Alef as the Strong Servant, the Beyt as the House of the Father and the Nun as the Seed that comes from the Father’s house. Therefore, placing these meanings into a sentence, we get “God will come forth from His House in heaven to bring forth a Seed to the earth to die”, as we learned before in the word Nathan meaning “to give” a gift. This new word “ABN” contains the basic prophetical message of Jesus being born as a Son sent from the Father’s house in heaven and the reason for His appearance was to be a “Seed”. Is this amazing or what? Can we begin to agree upon the intelligent design of not only individual letters, but also of the creation of root words as prophecies?
But wait, there is more. The first two letters “Alef” + “Beyt” spell the word “Abba” the word for Father. The last two letter “Beyt” + “Nun” spell “Ben” the Hebrew word for “Son”. Is this an accident? The Father becomes the Son? This is exactly what happened in scripture. We learn in John 1:1, In the Beginning (the first Letter Alef” representing God) was the Word (the second two letters the Son Beyt + Nun, aka known as the Word of God, Rev 19:13), the Word was with God, and the Word was GOD!
Heb 3:6 But Christ as a son over his own house; whose house are we, if we hold fast the confidence and the rejoicing of the hope firm unto the end.
We do not have the time to teach the entire revelation in this shortened version but understand the middle letter of these three letters translated as “stone” in the Hebrew word H68, is the “beyt” representing a “house” and a “family” transition from the “Father” to the “Son”. The Son of God has become the Heir of God’s House by His death on a cross. By being raised from the dead Jesus becomes the firstborn Son of God from the dead (Rev 1:5).
Then notice what God revealed to us in Hebrews 3:6. Jesus has implemented (BUILT) a new house of God and He calls us (the Church saved believers in Him) to be the building blocks that will be joined together with Him (1 Pet 2:5). Remember Jesus is the “Chief” (Head) corner stone and all of us that are saved in Him, are living stones to be built with Him as His Body.
Do you see how this is all fitting together containing a hidden puzzle from three letter design of the word stone? Jesus is plainly hidden in the Hebrew Word H68 “ABN’? Psalm 118:22 clearly included this word to relate us to Jesus. But within this word is Jesus’ story and God’s plan found in three letters. That is just too amazing to be an accidental chance occurrence. These organizations of specific letters to tell a story and make a prophecy are too great for us not to be excited about what God has hidden for us to find.
Thank you for taking the time to read and study the Bible on this website. If these kinds of hidden pearls of treasure do not excite you enough to sell all you have to obtain more of them, then you may not be one of His disciples. Remember again what Jesus taught us in Matthew:
Mat 13:45 Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto a merchant man, seeking goodly pearls:
Mat 13:46 Who, when he had found one pearl of great price, went and sold all that he had, and bought it.
God’s Words and gaining the knowledge of them is more valuable that seeking to gain all of the silver and gold in the world. These words of knowledge and truth will save you, heal you, deliver you and transform you. They renew our mind from the dark filth of this present evil world to move us into the light of the knowledge of the true and living God that came and died to save all of us. Praise the LORD for His immense wealth of all knowledge and wisdom.
Be blessed in the LORD as you continue to learn things that you have never seen before. There is a never-ending supply contained within just the words and the alphabet letters that create them, and these were created and written in His Bible by the Hand of God. If you enjoy these lessons, like and share them with your friends and family. God’s Word will go forth to all the ends of the world, and then the End will Come! Jesus is Coming very Soon! Are you Ready?
If you would like to begin to learn more about this incredible ancient Hebrew alphabet, please go to the beginning of the series “Introduction“.
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