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The End from the Beginning

On Tuesday of this week a woman discovered my introduction Alef Tav video (that I will link at the end) and added some very interesting points that she noticed about Gen 1:1 that I will also share with you. There is an introduction blog post that is here for those interested in getting some background.

This first photo below is from an interlinear bible. It shows the original Hebrew with the English translation underneath the Hebrew. (Hebrew is read from right to left.) Do you notice the 2 Hebrew words underlined in red? את & ואת. Pronounced ET and v’ET. Neither of those words are translatable and, as I show in the introduction blog linked above, represent Yeshua. The ET with the vav (ו) has “and” underneath it because vav (ו) means “and”. Vav also is a picture of a sword 🗡️(I make that connection in other videos.). Okay, now that we have the mechanics out of the way, let’s get to the nugget.

As John says in John 1:1, 2 –

John 1:1 - In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God (Eloheim), and the Word was God (Eloheim).
2 - He was in the beginning with God (Eloheim).

Yeshua (as את) was in the beginning with Eloheim. Right next to Eloheim! So we have Eloheim (the Father) represented in Gen 1:1 and we have the Son (as את) represented in Gen 1:1.

The Hebrew word underlined in yellow is Eloheim.

The first את is the fourth word (counting from the right, remember). Yeshua came the first time in the fourth millennia. The second ואת is the 6th word from the right and represents Yeshua coming back in the 6th millennia with a sword to usher in His seventh 1000 years of peace (the Sabbath millennia!)!

We also have representation of the Holy Spirit in Gen 1:1, but it is even more hidden. There are seven words in this verse. The menorah has seven branches. The pure gold seven- branched lampstand represents the Holy Spirit, so each word of Gen 1:1 is a light of the menorah, the ET being the middle, servant light that all the other lights are lit from.

It all fits perfectly, just as Yeshua said!

Shalom, b’shem Yeshua haMashiach!  Bo (come!) Yeshua!

The Aleph Tav introduction video:


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. 😉)

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