Is YHVH the Redeemer?-Salvation and Redemption-Part 2

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Is there a hidden message in the Hebrew Word Redeemer?



Let’s take a look at the word REDEEMER in the Hebrew to see if we can find any clues that connect the title Redeemer to the sacred name YHVH. I have used the KJV and replaced the title “LORD” for the actual name of YHVH as revealed in the Hebrew Old Testament.

Is there a connection between the Hebrew word “REDEEMER” and the sacred name of YHVH? The ancient Hebrew Scriptures reveal the answer. The following is just a small sampling of the prophetic texts that connect REDEEMER and YHVH. 

The Scriptural connection between the sacred name of YHVH and disclosure of redemption, atonement, salvation and deliverance is found in hundreds of verses.  I have included a small sampling that connects the Hebrew word Redeemer with the sacred name of God.  Please consider the following:

Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O YHVH, my strength, and my redeemer. (Psalm 19:14)
Thus saith YHVH the King of Israel, and his redeemer YHVH of hosts; I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no God. (Isaiah 44:6)
As for our Redeemer, YHVH of hosts is his name, the Holy One of Israel.  (Isaiah 47:4)
Their Redeemer is strong; YHVH of hosts is his name: (Jeremiah 50:34a)


Now let’s examine the title Redeemer in the Hebrew to see if we can find any clues that link or bind the title Redeemer to Yeshua Ha-Mashiach,  Jesus the Christ.






Does the Pictorial and Numeric meaning of the three Hebrew letters that make up the word Redeemer yield any clues as to the connection between Redeemer and Yeshua Jesus?


Pictorial and Numeric Meaning and Translation of Redeemer.


gimel_letter    Gimel the third letter in the Hebrew Alphabet is pictured as a CAMEL.  It means to lift up,  pride, benefit.  It can be a picture of the Holy Spirit.  Have you ever considered what the Camel does every time it stands up?  The clue is in the hump.  Every time a Camel stands up it lifts up the Water.  The Redemptive work of the Holy Spirit is to Lift Up Yeshua Ha-Mashiach.   Yeshua is the Living Water that once received produces Eternal Life. Gimel is also the number 3 and has the meaning of Divine Perfection, Completeness, Solid, Substantial, The Entirety, God the Holy Spirit.


aleph_letter Aleph the first letter in the Hebrew Alphabet is pictured as an OX.  He is the Strong Leader, First, God the Father. Aleph is also the number 1 and has the meaning of Deity, Unit, Sufficiency, Independence, First, God the Father.



lamed_letterLamed is the 12th letter of the Hebrew Alphabet and is pictured as a STAFF.  Lamed has the meaning to guide or control, this signifies the voice of authority and the tongue. Lamed is also the number 30 and has the meaning of a Blood Sacrifice, it also means Dedication.  (3 X 10) combines the meaning of Ordinal Perfection (10) and Divine Perfection (3) and when put together signifies a high degree of perfection that results from a pre-ordained sequence of events prescribed in heaven designed to bring about the Perfection of a Divine Order brought about at exactly the right time.  The ultimate meaning of the number 30 can be found in the Blood of Messiah Ha-Mashiach.


The following is a brief summary of the picture and number revelation found in the three letter Hebrew word we translate as Redeemer.  The next article will explore this translation of the picture and number subtext of the three letter Hebrew word Redeemer in detail.


Summary Translation of Pictures and Numbers


A blood sacrifice (30) is lifted up (CAMEL) to provide a benefit that is the result of a Divinely ordered plan organized in such a way as to bring about Divine Perfection (30). The act is directly connected with Deity (1-OX) and thereby sufficient to accomplish its purpose as God is All-Sufficient (1).  The purpose and disclosure of this plan are spoken by one with authority who is pictured with the Shepherd’s Staff (STAFF – 30). The marking of the right moment evidenced by the blood of the Anointed One, the Messiah Ha-Mashiach (30).


A more detailed exploration of the picture and number language of the Hebrew Word Redemption will be forthcoming in the next article in the series on The Mysterious connection between Redemption, Salvation, Messiah and the Sacred name of God!  Stay Tuned!


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  1. Shalom Fisher says:

    Todah rabbah!!!

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