The Hebrew Aleph Bet, Its Creation and Purpose

We will employ the following hermeneutical tools in this article:

  • The Rule of First mention
  • The Rule of Complete mention
  • Covenant language i.e. “keep my commandments”
  • His perfect will for creation
  • Ancient Hebrew pictograph
  • Simple gematria 
  • The four levels of interpretation are called: Pashat, Remez, D’rash & Sud. The first letter of each word P-R-D-S is taken, and vowels are added for pronunciation, giving the word PARDES (meaning “garden” or “orchard”). Each layer is deeper and more intense than the last, like the layers of an onion.  (

Part One

The Creation of the Aleph Bet

  Zeph. 3:9:  For then I will restore to the peoples a pure language,

  that they all may call on the name of the LORD, to serve Him with one    


  • The goal of this effort is to lay a foundation of the Holy Tongue, the Lashon Kodesh.  It is for sure and certain that the God of creation, YaHaVah, had in His mind, a plan, an established blueprint for His creation.  He would “speak” or “sing” creation into being.  This would be accomplished by His very own Aleph Bet.
  • The Book of Legends, the Sefer Ha Aggadah, page 16, states the following:  “Ten things were created on the eve of the Sabbath at twilight.  They are (1) the mouth of the earth (which engulfed Korach), (2) the mouth of the well (which supplied Israel with water in the wilderness), (3)  the mouth of the ass (which spoke to Balaam), (4) the rainbow (given as a sign after the flood, (5) the manna (dropped from Heaven),
  • (6) the rod (of Moses) (7) the shamir (a mythical creature employed for splitting stones at the building of the Temple (8) the shape of the written characters (on the Tablets), (9) the writing, and (10) the Tablets.”
  • My own personal opinion is that The Father would have created the “shape” of the entire Aleph Bet all at the same time.  He would have needed all 22 letters at the ready as He began to create.  I believe each letter is unique unto itself and in the exact order it was designed.  We will explore this theory a little later.  The Rabbis believe that creation was “sung” into the physical realm which would mean each letter also has a frequency.
  • In the Complete 54-Book Apocrypha, 2022 Edition, entitled The Book of Creation we find the following comments.
  • The twenty-two sounds and letters are the foundation of all things. (Chapter Two, Page 461)  This comment would easily go along with the concept that each letter has its own distinct frequency.
  • Chapter two goes on to say “He has formed, weighed, and composed with these twenty-two letters every created thing, and the form of everything which will hereafter be.  These twenty-two sounds or letters are formed by the voice.”
  • Chapter two further states “And from the non existent He made something, and all forms of speech and everything that has been produced; from the empty void He made the material world, and from the inert earth He brought forth everything that has life.  He hewed, as it were, vast columns out of the intangible air, and by the power of His Name made every creature and everything that is; and the production of all things from the twenty-two letters is the proof that they are all but parts of one living body.” (Page 462)  
  • For the most part, our Scriptures were written in His Holy Tongue.  In its original form, the Hebrew letters were in a picture form. FYI, even the 10 Commandments were written in this form.  You can easily locate and print a copy for yourself.  My personal favorite can be found on the site.  It’s called the Hebrew Language Chart.  You may find this useful in your own studies.
  • It’s my own personal opinion that the Hebrew letters were created in their own unique sequence.  Each letter also has its own numerical value. Allow me demonstrate: 
  • The first letter of the Aleph Bet is, you guessed it, the Aleph. The Aleph is a picture of an ox head and means strength, power or leader. It has a numerical value of one.  With this understanding we can now build upon it.
  • The number one, the Aleph relates to our One True God, YaHaVah.  He spoke creation into the physical realm from His throne room.  Every time we see the letter Aleph, we can deduce the word itself has something to do with Him.  His realm is spiritual. This is why the letter Aleph is not the first letter of our recorded Scriptures.  The first letter of Scripture is the letter Bet, which happens to be the second letter of the Aleph Bet.
  • As I said, the second letter of the Aleph Bet is the letter Bet whose picture is a floor plan. This letter means house, tent or family.  Recall, the Bet is the first letter of our Scriptures.  What this tells us, is that when The Father orchestrated creation it was for the benefit of the Son, Yeshua.  Creation is about building a house and family for Yeshua, His Son.  The numerical value of the letter Bet is two.
  • The third letter is a Gimel which is a picture of a foot or camel.  This letter means to lift up, walk or carry.  This letter relates to the third day of creation, the day when all seed bearing vegetation was created.  This day represents Yeshua the Son as the “pure seed” of The Father.  The number three speaks to His death, burial and resurrection as well as the one to be “lifted up.”  Jn. 12:32 reads “And I, if I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all peoples to Myself.”  The numerical value of the Gimel is three.
  • The fourth letter is the Dalet.  Its picture is that of a door and means just that, to enter or pathway.  Yeshua said in Jn. 10:9 – 10: “I am the door. If anyone enters by Me, he will be saved, and will go in and out and find pasture. The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.”  The numerical value of the Dalet is four.
  • The fifth letter is the Hey.  This letter is a picture of a man with his arms raised and means to behold or reveal. At His first advent, Yeshua was certainly revealed as Israels promised Messiah.  The numerical of the letter Hey is five.
  • The sixth letter is the Vav.  Its picture is a tent peg or hook and means to add or secure. In Hebrew grammar, this letter is used at the beginning of every Parasha (a weekly block of Scripture), as a way to show the reader that all Scripture is continuous.  Yeshua is the one we want to secure our self to while being added to His family.  The numerical value of the Vav is six.
  • The seventh letter is the Zayin.  It’s a picture of a weapon and means to cut or be cut off.  This letter speaks to the Abrahamic covenant of “cut” pieces.  This letter further speaks of Yeshua, the one who will be “cut off.”  The Abrahamic cut covenant was ratified by the blood of Yeshua as well as the restored Abrahamic cut covenant.  The numerical value of the Zayin is seven, the number of completion.
  • The eighth letter is the Het (Chet).  Its corresponding picture is a fence and means to separate, divide or private.  This is the letter that perfectly describes the walled garden of Gan Eden. The wall would have kept some inside and some outside. Adam and Chava were placed inside the walls of Gan Eden which creates a connection to the number eight, to separate or divide, they were separated for service.  There were eight pieces in Abrahams cut covenant, this number tells us that those inside the wall were part of The Father covenant made with Abraham and those outside the wall were not.  There is much to be said about this letter and number, the number eight.
  • The ninth letter is the Tet.  It is the picture of a basket or container and means to surround or contain.  This letter speaks to surrounding our self with His word while remaining in His tent for protection.  The numerical value of the Tet is nine.
  • The tenth letter is the Yud. The Yud is a picture of a closed hand and its meaning is to work, make or throw. The sowing or throwing of the “good seed, which is the Word of Yah, is how the of the family will be made.  This is what Yeshua meant when He said in Mt. 5:17 – 18: “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets. I have not come to abolish them, but to fulfill them. For I tell you truly, until heaven and earth pass away, not a single jot (Yud), not a stroke of a pen, will disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished. The entire Word of YaHaVah will be completed! Its numerical value of the Yud is 10.
  • The eleventh letter is the Kaph.  Its picture is that of the palm of your hand or an open hand.  It means to open, allow or to cover.  An open hand is either an invitation to enter in or to stay out.  When Yeshua said in Mt. 11:28 – 30: “Come to me ( His open hand extended in an invitation), all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”  When we accept His invitation we allow Him entrance into our very being while He covers us with His blood atonement.  The numerical value of the Kaph is 20.
  • The twelfth letter is the Lamed. This letter is a picture of a shepherds staff or goad.  It means control, authority or to teach.  When we are secured to Him we can choose to surrender control of our self.  Yeshua was given full authority from The Father.  See Mt. 28:18:  “Then Yeshua came to them and said, ‘all authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Me.’”  He is the very best of teachers!  The numerical value of the Lamed is 30. 
  • The thirteenth letter is the Mem. The Mem is a picture of water. The Mem means liquid, chaos or mighty.  This letter can be seen in Yeshuas’ statement as recorded in Jn. 7:37 – 38:  “On the last day, the climax of the festival, Yeshua stood and shouted to the crowds, ‘anyone who is thirsty may come to me! Anyone who believes in me may come and drink!’ For the Scriptures declare, ‘rivers of living water will flow from his heart.’”  Once we are secure in Him, He delivers us from the bondage of chaos.  He enables us to be mighty in Him.  The numerical value os the Mem is 40.
  • The fourteenth letter is the Nun.  Its picture is that of a spermatozoa and means life, heir and continue.  Whenever we see this letter being used, we should be looking for a connection to Yeshua, the Son, the only begotten of The Father.  It is through Yeshua that the offspring of the “pure seed” will continue.  The numerical value of the Nun is 50.
  • The fifteenth letter is the Samech.  Its picture is that of a prop or a hand on a staff.  This letter means to support, twist or turn.  In my limited experience, I don’t see this letter used as often as others.  Yeshua came to “untwist” the doctrines of men causing men to turn back to the doctrine of YaHaVah.  The numerical value of the Samech is 60.
  • The sixteenth letter is the Ayin.  Its picture is the eye and means to see, to know or to watch. This letter is used in the Shema:

שְׁמַ֖ע יִשְׂרָאֵ֑ל יְהוָ֥ה אֱלֹהֵ֖ינוּ יְהוָ֥ה אֶחָֽד

   The Ayin and Dalet spell the word witness, עד. Their numerical value  74; 7 +4 = 11.  We are watching for Him and when we see Him we know Him. Taken together they mean “to see the pathway.”  The numerical value of the Ayin is 70.

  • The seventeenth letter is the Pey.  Its picture is a mouth and means to speak.  It is with our “Pey” that we speak out our witness of Messiah Yeshua.  It is with our Pey that we speak either blessing or cursing.  The numerical value of the Pey is 80.

The eighteenth letter is the Tsade.  This letter is the picture of a hook   and means to catch, snare, hunt or need.  Imagine Yeshua, as the fisher of men with His very own fishing pole; isn’t He, by way of the Holy Spirit, hunting for His own?  It seems to me there is a Scripture narrative of Yeshua, after His resurrection, sitting on the beach while directing his disciples of where to throw their net.  The numerical value of the Tsade is 90.

  • The nineteenth letter is the Quph.  The Quph is a picture of the back of the head and means behind, last or least.  Humanity has a choice, we can turn the back of our head, our Quph, toward the world while facing Jerusalem or the opposite which would be placing the back of our head toward the world, which would be rejecting The Father, while facing the world system.  Yeshua said you are either for Him or against Him, this is the Quph.  The numerical value of the Quph is 100.  I believe this is a another connection as to where our belief is, toward YaHaVah or not.

The twentieth letter is the Resh. Its picture is that of a head of a man and means first, beginning or head.  When we see the letter Resh we are being directed back to the beginning.  Its numerical value of the Resh is 200.

  • The twenty-first letter is the Shin.  Its picture is that of teeth and means to consume, destroy, sharp and even divine presence.  Standing alone, this letter can mean El Shaddai, which means God Almighty.  This “S” sound letter is more commonly used than the second “S” sounding letter, the Samech.  The numerical value of the Shin is 300.
  • Last, but certainly not least, is the twenty-second letter, the letter Tav.  This letters picture is that of crossed sticks and means mark, seal or covenant.  This is likely what was painted on the doorposts and lintels with regard to the first Pesach.  This is also what was inscribed on the foreheads of all believers indicating that we are “marked” for Him.  The numerical value of the Tav is 400.
  • It is my belief that the Hebrew letters were formed and created in sequence.  This is because they present a picture of our own redemption.
  • The strength (א) of the family (ב ) will be found in the One who will be lifted up     ( ג ).  He is the pathway (ד ) to our redemption.  He will be revealed ( ה ) at The Fathers appointed time.  We will be added (ו ) to the family when we chose the One who will be cut-off ( ז ).  He will separate (ח ) us to Himself. He will surround ( ט ) us with His love.  He is our maker ( י ).  He is our covering  ( כ ).  He will teach ( ל ) us kingdom principles.  He is the mighty ( מ ) heir ( ן  ). The One who will support ( ס) us.  We are called to know ( ע ) Him and the power of His resurrection.  He speaks ( פ ) only truth.  He needs ( צ) us to acknowledge His obedience to The Father.  We are called to put the world behind ( ק ) us.  He is the head ( ר ) of the family.  He will destroy our enemies and consume ( ש ) them with His word.  He leads us into the Fathers covenant.  He seals and marks us with His letter ( ת ).

The Masoretic Text

  • The current block form letters were created by the Masorite’s some 1500 years ago. Masoretic text, (from Hebrew masoreth, “tradition”), traditional Hebrew text of the Jewish Bible, meticulously assembled and codified, and supplied with diacritical marks to enable correct pronunciation. This monumental work was begun around the 6th century AD and completed in the 10th by scholars at Talmudic academies in Babylonia and Palestine, in an effort to reproduce, as far as possible, the original text of the Hebrew Old Testament. Their intention was not to interpret the meaning of the Scriptures but to transmit to future generations the authentic Word of God. To this end they gathered manuscripts and whatever oral traditions were available to them.
  • The Masoretic text that resulted from their work shows that every word and every letter was checked with care. In Hebrew or Aramaic, they called attention to strange spellings and unusual grammar and noted discrepancies in various texts. Since texts traditionally omitted vowels in writing, the Masorites introduced vowel signs to guarantee correct pronunciation. Among the various systems of vocalization that were invented, the one fashioned in the city of Tiberias, Galilee, eventually gained ascendancy. In addition, signs for stress and pause were added to the text to facilitate public reading of the Scriptures in the synagogue. **a little history of the block print.
  • In conclusion, the transition from ancient Hebrew to its current block style print is very lengthy.  At the Light of Torah we study both forms on a continuous basis.
  • It is a wonderful blessing to speak, read or write this beautiful language which came directly from the heart of YaHaVah.  Even if all we do is recite the name of each letter aloud.  With our understanding of the ancient pictograph along with the Masoretic block style letters, we are seeing  Zeph. 3:9 being fulfilled in our day and hour.
  • Go forth and practice!

Part Two
Yahs’ purpose for His Aleph Bet

  • In Part One we discussed the origin of the Hebrew language, the Aleph Bet.  We discussed the entire ancient pictograph form, which in their proper sequence lays out the plan of redemption for mankind.  We also discussed the Masoretic block letter text.
  • In our current day and hour there is a relatively new science called “forensic linguistics.”  It was this specific science the FBI employed in its identification and  apprehension of the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski.  It was his own unique pattern of writing that enabled his capture.  His own writing was his linguistic fingerprint.
  • Prior to His act of creation, YaHaVah formed the Hebrew Aleph Bet. This Aleph Bet contains His own linguistic fingerprint. His Aleph Bet will form words, His words. His own fingerprints!  The Aleph Bet is used to transfer His thoughts, as the constructor of the Aleph Bet, into our physical realm. The Aleph Bet was created for the purpose of inserting His fingerprints into His creation as the instrument by which humanity could learn His will.  This is His “holy language.”
  • Ps. 119:89: “Forever, O LORD, Your word is settled in heaven.”  **If we believe this Scripture, then we must also believe His word is still providing instruction to “the Way.”
  • Jn. 1:1:  “In the beginning was the Word…”  **From the very beginning His words were perfect in the generations of heaven and earth.
  • Ge. 2:4:  “This is the generations of the heavens and the earth when they were created, in the day that the LORD God made the earth and the heavens.”
  • The Hebrew word for generations is “Toldot,” תוֹלְדוֹת meaning descendants, results, proceedings, generations or genealogies. In this passage, “Toldot” is spelled in its most perfect application.  In its ancient form “Toldot” would read:  “Those in covenant have secured them selves to the teacher who is the pathway.  They have eternal security and are sealed.”
  • We can see by the complete spelling of this word that the “Toldot,” the generations are perfect.  What generations?  I would suggest to you the following:  The first letter of Scripture is the Bet, the Son of YaHaVah.  The generations would emerge from Him, Yeshua.  The generations would be perfect, that is ritually clean, as long as they adhered to the “rules of the kingdom.”





  • It’s the character of YaHaVah to teach the family He wishes to build, the “rules of the kingdom.” Ge. 2:16: “And the LORD God commanded the man, saying, “Of every tree of the garden you may freely eat; ‘but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die.” **Adam and Chava were ritually pure UNTIL they weren’t!  Once they ate from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil they became ritually unclean and were expelled from the garden.
  • This is the first time we see The Father commanding Adam.  We know this would have been a verbal or spoken command as opposed to a telepathic communication. We know this because…..
  • Ge. 3:8: “And they heard the sound (אֶת־קוֹל ) of the LORD God walking in the garden in the cool of the day, and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the LORD God among the trees of the garden.” **They heard the Aleph Tav voice with their physical ear. The Father’s words of instruction was being spoken by the Aleph Tav voice. The Fathers words, the “holy language” was designed to teach the family how to become a holy people.  
  • The Hebrew word for command isצָוָה  which means to command, charge, give orders, lay charge or give charge to.  Adam and Chava started their life in Gan Eden.  They had an elevated status and some believe they had their own place within the “divine council.” They heard the command and chose to disobey.  This act of disobedience caused them to lose their elevated status and their home.  They were exiled into a cursed earth.  After their exile, there is no Scriptural account of The Father speaking to them again.
  • Ge. 5:1:  “This is the book of the genealogy (תּוֹלְדֹת) of Adam. In the day that God created man, He made him in the likeness of God.”
  • It’s from the first mention of “Toldot,” in its perfect spelling as recorded in Ge. 2:4, to Ge. 5:1 we are missing a Vav.  Something occurred to cause the loss of a Vav.  Do you know what it was”
  • What occurred? The fall of Adam and Chava through their disobedience.  They became ritually impure.
  • Ge. 6:8 -9:  “But Noah found grace in the eyes of the LORD. This is the genealogy ( תּוֹלְדֹת ) of Noah. Noah was a just man, perfect in his generations. Noah walked with God.” **Ten generations from Adam we are still missing one Vav. The descendants of Adam have been greatly diminished in their walk with Yah.
  • Noah was a just man.  The Hebrew word for “just” is צַדִּיק.  This Scripture gives us the first mention thereby establishing the criteria. Tsadiq means just or righteous (in conduct and character). Somehow, Noah knew the “rules of the kingdom.”  Most likely the “rules of the kingdom” were verbally passed down from generation to generation. Unlike Adam and Chava, he chose to walk in obedience.  In his obedience, Noah has aligned himself with the God of creation.
  • Noah was perfect.  The Hebrew word for “perfect” is תָּמִים which means sound, wholesome, unimpaired, innocent and having integrity. Tamim is associated to the word “tahor.”  Noah was sound, wholesome, unimpaired etc. He was ritually pure, tahor.  He was without spot or blemished in any way.
  • Noah walked with God.  The Hebrew word for “walk” is הָלַךְ meaning to go, walk or come.  He walked with God meaning they were like minded.  They were of one accord and unified.  This is the same word with regard to Enoch in Ge. 5:24: “And Enoch walked with God; and he was not, for God took him.”
  • In order to be considered just, Tsadiq, perfect, Tamim and chose to walk, Halak, with YaHaVah we must read, speak and understand His words.  His word is very clear on how we are to be separate and holy unto Him.  His word helps us to discern His mind.
  • Ge. 25:12: “Now this is the genealogy (תֹּלְדֹת ) of Ishmael, Abraham’s son, whom Hagar the Egyptian, Sarah’s maidservant, bore to Abraham.” **By the time we get to twenty-one generations from Adam we have lost the second Vav.  Long after the Covenant of Pieces, some have chosen to walk in disobedience.
  • There is found a measure of obedience in Ge. 25:13- 15: “And these were the names of the sons of Ishmael, by their names, according to their generations (תוֹלְדֹתָ ): The firstborn of Ishmael, Nebajoth; then Kedar, Adbeel, Mibsam, Mishma, Dumah, Massa, Hadar, Tema, Jetur, Naphish, and Kedemah. **Abraham taught his sons well, to walk in obedience according to the Word of Yah regaining one of the lost Vavs.
  • Finally, in Ruth 4:18 the Toldot has been completely restored:  Now this is the genealogy ( תּוֹלְדוֹת ) of Perez: Perez begot Hezron. **This should tell us that the “holy language” was intact at this point in Israels history.
  • What we have done is track the issue of obedience which leads to ritual purity as compared to disobedience which leads to  its opposite, ritual impurity.
  • The letter Vav has been the issue, its loss and restoration.  Who or what does the Vav represent?
  • The letter Vav is the sixth letter of the Aleph Bet. In Part One of this teaching I explained its ancient meaning, that being the picture of a tent peg or hook which means to add or secure. The Vav is a picture of Yeshua.  Yeshua represents the “holy tongue” as the Word of Yah. This letter is what reconnects earth to heaven.  
  • Recall there occurred a “breach” in the heavenly relationship which is why one of the Vav’s was lost in the word “Toldot” with regard to Adam. It’s interesting to me that the name Perez, whose name means “breach,” is the man in whose generation that missing Vav is restored.  He was a restorer of the “breach.”
  • At His first advent we see the “once for all” restoration of the “breach” in His own completed redemptive work.
  • Even before the second advent of Messiah Yeshua the spirit of restoration will be loosed.  Mal. 4:4 – 6:  “Remember the Law of Moses, My servant, which I commanded him in Horeb for all Israel, with the statutes and judgments. Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD. And he will turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers, lest I come and strike the earth with a curse.” **When all things are restored what will the world look like?
  • I believe part of this restoration will include the “pure tongue.”
  • Having said that, let’s look at the end from the beginning.
  • In the beginning was the “pure tongue.”  Having created the Hebrew letters at twilight before the first Sabbath, we know that this would be a spoken language used from the time of the beginning until when?
  • Until Babel!  Ge. 11:1 – 9:  “Now the whole earth had one language and one speech. And it came to pass, as they journeyed from the east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar, and they dwelt there. Then they said to one another, ‘come, let us make bricks and bake them thoroughly.’ They had brick for stone, and they had asphalt for mortar.” **They chose to use brick, something “mixed” instead of stone which contained the true essence of creation.
  • And they said, ‘come, let us build ourselves a city, and a tower whose top is in the heavens; let us make a name for ourselves, lest we be scattered abroad over the face of the whole earth.’ But the LORD came down to see the city and the tower which the sons of men had built. And the LORD said, ‘indeed the people are one and they all have one language, and this is what they begin to do; now nothing that they propose to do will be withheld from them. Come, let Us go down and there confuse their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech. So the LORD scattered them abroad from there over the face of all the earth, and they ceased building the city. Therefore its name is called Babel, because there the LORD confused the language of all the earth; and from there the LORD scattered them abroad over the face of all the earth.”
  • The Tower of Babel was erected in the land of Shinar which is the reason many scholars made the connection to Nimrod as he too was connected with this location.  
  • Firstly, what does the name Nimrod mean? It comes from the Hebrew verb marad, meaning “rebel.”  I think we can agree that building a tower into the heavens has only one purpose, to dethrone YaHaVah and take His place as the “most high.” If they were successful, Nimrod could claim to be the God of creation while profaning all that He had done.
  • They were using the “pure tongue” in a unified method, that would enable them to join forces in this act of rebellion.  The “pure tongue” is to be used for praise and worship, not rebellion.
  • YaHaVah scattered those involved but the spirit of rebellion has continued to this very day. Never fear, we have Zephaniahs’ prophecy to provide comfort. 
  • The “holy tongue” had become a dead language until Eliezar Ben Yehuda. Some time during the 19th century he led to the rebirth of the Hebrew language.  After immigration to Israel in 1881, he began promoting the use of Hebrew at home and in the schools.  His sons decided to only speak this language. (Wisdom in Torah, Rico Cortes)
  • This was the beginning of the revived dead language of Hebrew.
  • If we think about what has transpired over time we can see that a chiastic structure has emerged.
  • The remnant of YaHaVah lived in His presence, in Gan Eden, where only the “holy tongue” was heard or spoken.  Then Adam and Chava were expelled from the garden.
  • Centuries later His remnant is preparing to make their way back to Gan Eden. In order to accomplish this goal, many have began to learn His “holy tongue.”
  • The “holy tongue” was in the garden.  
  • In conclusion, the purpose of the Aleph Bet is to keep humanity on the right path.  The Aleph Bet points us in the direction of the New Jerusalem, Gan Eden.  We should all endeavor to be like Noah, just, prefect and walking with The Father.  This is possible by staying in His Word.
  • In your opinion, what is the language of rebellion in our day and hour?
  • Gene editing alga rhythms?  Aren’t they trying to make themselves     the creator?  The goal of this science is to undo the Fathers’ creation while making a new world of their own, a world of artificial intelligence.
  •     Jacob, along with his family representing the 70 nations descend into Egypt. 
  •          Centuries later, the point of the chiastic structure is the resurrection of
  •           Yeshua.  This is the turning point. The remnant bride must prepare herself
  •            if she wants to enter Gan Eden.  Part of that preparation is acquiring an 
  •            understanding of the “holy tongue.”
  •     The remnant bride will be gathered together in the second exodus.
  • The remnant bride has prepared herself and enters the New Jerusalem, Gan Eden.