Did you know that the first language God used to communicate His revelation to man is actually three languages?
You most certainly know about one of the languages of the Old Testament, it is the language used to communicate His truth. This language, of course, is Hebrew. But did you know that there are two other languages found in the Old Testament which God used to communicate His Truth?
The Living Word In 3D series examines the other two languages that were embedded in Hebrew Scriptures from its very beginning.
The Hebrew language has three overlapping layers of communication, which make it unique among all other languages. Chinese has two layers: conventional usage and pictographic. Greek has two layers: conventional and numeric. Only Hebrew has, and always has had, all three communication layers.
God designed His revelation to be understood at the primary conventional level, the level that uses words to communicate ideas and concepts.
Most people are surprised to find out that the Words of Scriptures are based on pictures or what we call Pictographic images. This is the second language that God uses to communicate His revelation.
The Hebrew language combines these three layers to create a unified message of revelation. Each layer of communication contains either confirmation of the primary conventional Hebrew meaning, or in many cases, it shines a light on a larger underlying truth that God wants repeated and magnified. The key to understanding each layer of meaning in the Hebrew aleph-beyt is to explore all three layers. This exploration of the three layers needs to be done in such a way to pay special attention to the contextual boundaries of each word in the conventional text.
It is also important to carefully try to understand the clear historical meaning of the surrounding conventional text. As well, it is very important to keep the primary message of the conventional text in focus.
So the question must be asked: If all three layers of communications reveal the same thing then why do we need three languages when just one will do nicely?
The answer to this question is stunning.
The conventional language, the one that has been translated into English, is plainly there in order that you understand clearly what God is revealing.
The Pictographic language found when you examine every letter of the Hebrew text supports the meaning of the Conventional text, which is one of its purposes; but it has another purpose. After examining the picture meaning behind hundreds of Hebrew words, I have discovered this purpose is to express the IDEAL of the word.
In other words, the pictogram of each letter in the Hebrew anchors the meaning of the word in the ideal sense.
The word Abba, for example, means father. But, what kind of father? There are good fathers, and there are wicked, horrible fathers. The picture of each letter for the Hebrew word Abba expresses the meaning of the IDEAL Father. He is the one, according to the picture meaning of the letters Aleph and Beyt, which is the strong leader of the house who guides and protects.
The third language is the language of numbers. And why does God include numbers in His revelation? The answer once again will astound you. The numbers, which have a meaning that can only be discovered by finding out how they are used in the Scriptures, and the Scriptures alone more often that not reveal the THEOLOGY of the Hebrew Word. So what is the theology of the word Abba? You will have to read the book to find out (get it here: The Living Word In 3D )…
We always seek to understand what God has clearly revealed. This is the fruit we seek, not secret knowledge. We are not uncovering new secret doctrine or unknown truths. Everything we discover will be additional testimony and witness to the truth that has already been revealed in the plain primary conventional text of Scripture. And finally, everything we have discovered confirms the words of Jesus the Christ as reported in the Gospel of John.
Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.
Those who grasp the The Living Word In 3D concept will discover the amazing Messianic truths revealed in the ancient prophetic text.
At that time Jesus answered and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast revealed them unto babes. Even so, Father: for so it seemed good in thy sight.
The Hebrew three-layered communication structure stands alone as a self-authenticating and self-identifying message. The code integrates pictographic and numeric meanings found in the primary conventional Hebrew letters.
Can the purpose of this tri-layered structure and architecture be deduced? Could it be the Almighty’s signet ring stamped both upon and within His written testimony? At the appointed time, as revealed precisely in the revelation, the Word exhibited itself supernaturally and became flesh, creating a seamless connection between the expression of words and the emergence of the Word into human flesh.
He became visible and He dwelt among us. He also became identifiable as to His unique nature and mission. Did God create this code in order that the sincere seeker might have no doubt about the otherworldly source and supreme authority of His unique revelation to mankind? The truth will set you free!
…Let not the wise man glory in his wisdom, neither let the mighty man glory in his might, let not the rich man glory in his riches: But let him that glorieth glory in this, that he understandeth and knoweth me….
In order to demonstrate the value of learning to read all three languages, I would like to share one example that all Christians should quickly understand.
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Letters are right to left, original Hebrew
CONVENTIONAL USAGE OF BLESS
The dictionary defines the word bless as “to consecrate or sanctify by a religious rite; make or pronounce holy.” Another meaning of bless is to request of God the bestowal of divine favor on a person, place or thing. It also means to extol as holy and to glorify.
FIRST USE OF HEBREW WORD BLESS IN SCRIPTURES
And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.
It is interesting that the first time the word bless is used in the Scriptures, it is in relationship to Abraham, the one to whom the promises were made. The promises were made to Abraham and his descendants. And it was from Abraham that the genealogical progression that would gloriously conclude in the coming of the promised Messiah.
Messiah was destined to make atonement for fallen and sinful Mankind. The blessing given to Abraham would have its final and ideal fulfillment in the salvation of the world. Keep this in mind as we discover the amazing picture that is embedded in the Hebrew word translated into English as bless! You can read about this unconditional promise in the book of Genesis chapters 22:17-18
Explore the true meaning of the words in the Old Testament by understanding the pictures and numbers underneath the text. Get the books now and begin your journey!