Hebrew Word Study – Atonement – Part II

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Atonement

Reysh  Pey   Kaf

Kippur

 

In the last audio, we discovered one of The Picture Meanings of the Hebrew word KIPPUR.

It is a picture of a Prince or Judge that is about to read the verdict and pass judgment on a convicted criminal but instead the Judge covers his mouth and refuses to pass sentence on the guilty party.

There are some other pieces to be added to this picture but first we need to take a look at the number meaning of the Hebrew word Kippur.

 

    Kaf    20

 

Concentrated meaning of

Ordinal Perfection (2 x 10)

Expectancy – Redemption

 

Kaf is not only a letter, it is also the number 20.  Twenty is a number that is used often in Scripture and it means Redemption and Expectancy. 

 

 Pey  80

Magnified Ordinal Perfection (8 x 10)

Resulting in Eternality – Eternity

New Beginning

New Birth

 

Pey is not only a letter it is also the number 80.  Eighty is a number that is also used often in Scripture and it means Eternality, New Birth, and a New Beginning. 

 

        Reysh  200

 

Reysh as a number has two distinct but complementary meanings.

Inadequacy of the Temporal – Inadequate – Deficient

The Insufficiency of Man – Insufficiency

The Ineffective – Lacking What is Necessary or Required

Inability to Accomplish a Purpose

200  Reysh  also Means

 

Adequacy of the Eternal – The Complete Sufficiency of God

Redemption of Body and Soul Multiplied by Ordinal Perfection

Accomplished by the Son of God 

Sufficient to Accomplish a Purpose

Ransom that is both Efficient and Sufficient

to Reclaim what was Lost – To Accomplish Redemption

Insufficiency of Man – Sufficiency of God

 

Reysh is also the number 200.  Two hundred is a number that is used many times in Scripture and it is used to reveal the utter and complete insufficiency of man and at the same time to point the reader to the sufficiency of God. 

What man cannot accomplish on his own, God is well able to accomplish.

So here we have the first numeric message in the Hebrew word Kippur. And what is the message?

Redemption and Eternal Life are out of man’s reach.  Man is completely incapable of saving himself and apart from Divine intervention is doomed and damned.

So let’s take a minute and look at what we have learned so far about the Hebrew word Kippur based on the Pictures and Numbers.

 

Reysh  Pey   Kaf

Kippur Picture Meaning

 

The Judge that is about to declare judgment covers his mouth and refuses to read the verdict or pass sentence on the criminal standing before him.

Reysh  Pey   Kaf

200     80    20

Kippur Number Meaning

 

Redemption and Eternal Life are out of man’s reach.  Man is completely incapable of saving himself and apart from Divine intervention is doomed and damned.

Summary of Picture and Number so far.

We learn from the number meaning that the criminal is not standing before an earthly judge.  He is on trial for the destiny of his very soul.  He is standing before the One who can send him to Heaven or Hell.  The crimes he has committed are crimes that send the offenders to hell.  He can offer no defense for himself as he hangs his head awaiting his death sentence.  But then suddenly there is silence in the courtroom as the Judge puts his hand over his mouth and refused to pass sentence of the guilty criminal.

In order to discover what happens next, we need to take a look at the one number that is displayed by Kippur.

If you asked a Jew to tell you what number he sees when he looks at the word Kippur, (Kaf, Pey, Reysh) you would expect he would tell you that he sees the number 20, the number 80 and the number 200.  But that is not what he sees.  He sees 20 plus 80 plus 200.  What is 20+80+200?  It is the number three hundred.

To discover the fascinating meaning of the number 300 based on how it is used in scripture please check out the archives on LivingWordin3d.com.

Three hundred is the Hebrew letter Sheen.  So the answer is that when you look at Kaf, Pey, Reysh as a number you see the number Sheen or the number 300.

So what does 300, the sum number of the Hebrew word Kippur mean?

Three Hundred  ( 300) turns out to be one of the most amazing numbers in all of Scripture. 

 

Check back for part 3 of this amazing revelation!

 

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