More Yeshua in Torah!

"And beginning at Moses and all the Prophets, He (Yeshua) expounded to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning Himself." - Luke 24:27

Thirty years ago, if you had asked me – Where did Moses write about Yeshua?, I would not have had any idea. It wasn’t until everything that I loved was stripped from me and I realized that all I really had was YHVH and His Son that my life started turning on its head. Beginning to learn Hebrew was the catalyst.

In all handwritten Hebrew Torah scrolls in this week’s Torah portion at Numbers 10 there is a Hebrew letter that is written backwards, or inverted, at the beginning of the 35th verse and written inverted again at the end of verse 36. It is the letter nun (נ) (pronounced – noon). This letter backward forms a type of bracket that begs – Look at Me!

These set apart verses read:

Num 10:35, 36

You see, inside that ark is the Testimony. The (עד העולם) Ad ha’olam! The Ten Commandments written with the finger of Eloheim. Who is the Word made flesh? Why is “Testimony” capitalized 30+ times in Torah? Yeshua is the Testimony, the Testimony is Yeshua! Who rose up, scattering His enemies? And Who will return for His thousands (Just thousands?) of Israel?

You see? Yeshua is STILL fulfilling the Law/Torah! The Torah/Law is alive forevermore!

Shabbat shalom🖖, happy new Hebrew 3rd month 🌒 AND 42nd day of counting the omer🌾!

Published by Holly Hickey הדסה היקי

It's not about me, it's about my Father, His holy, unchanging Word, Yeshua made flesh! No ear tickling here. (And maybe a couple of posted recipes that I've been unable to find online elsewhere. 😉)

3 thoughts on “More Yeshua in Torah!

  1. The One Who spoke about and brought forward from the beginning at Moses and all the Prophets, was the Most High Elohim. Yeshua or Jeshua (in contemporary spelling) spoke also about those Biblical figures. Yeshua also explained by Whom those prophets were sent and Who gave them and him the right to speak.

    Yeshua was authorised to speak and handle by his heavenly Father, Whom he (Yeshua) recognised as the greater one without whom he could not do anything.

    As you write “Yeshua is the Testimony, the Testimony is Yeshua!” he is the representation of the promise made in gan Eden. But be careful, you seem to make it sound as if Yeshua is also the Adonai, Who he is not. Yeshua is the presenter of the Elohim His Word . He is the promised one having become in the flesh, meaning becoming a reality by his birth who always kept to the Law of God and always put his own mind aside to do the Will of his heavenly Father, The Only One True God..

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