and they saw את God of Israel / Exo 24:10

Welcome back, lovers of Yeshua. In Exodus 24 we have a very interesting stand-alone Aleph Tav right next to Elohei (God) Israel. The whole verse reads: But maybe to get more context we should look at the verse before, which reads: Then Moses went up, also Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy of the eldersContinue reading “and they saw את God of Israel / Exo 24:10”

you shall love YHVH your God / Deu 6:5 & 11:1

The Sh’ma. Even if you don’t think you’ve heard of it, you have, but just don’t realize it. It is arguably one of the most important set of verses in our bibles! In the christian bibles there are five accounts of it, three being in the newer testament. Yeshua even says the greatest commandment isContinue reading “you shall love YHVH your God / Deu 6:5 & 11:1”

and YHVH has laid on Him את the iniquity of us all / Isa 53:6

Since I mentioned the “suffering servant” chapter of Isaiah 53 in the last blog, it stands to reason that our single stand-alone Alef Tav in that chapter would be next in our witnesses of Yeshua. 😉 The whole chapter is actually a witness, or prophesy of Yeshua’s first appearance but the hidden highlight is inContinue reading “and YHVH has laid on Him את the iniquity of us all / Isa 53:6”

It is the glory of God to conceal a matter… / Pro 25:2

As promised in our last blog post, here is our closer look at Proverbs 25:2, in regard to our Aleph Tav (את). Granted, this post is not about being a witness of Yeshua but rather, how Eloheim may have hidden references to Him within the pages of His prophet’s writings. Let’s go to Proverbs 25:2Continue reading “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter… / Pro 25:2”

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