Hebrew Word Study – Heaven

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mem            yood            mem            sheen            hey

Heaven – shmim


CONVENTIONAL USAGE OF THE HEAVEN


The dictionary defines Heaven as the abode of God, the angels, and the spirits of the righteous after death; the place or state of existence of the blessed after the mortal
life.
The dictionary also defines heavens as the sky, firmament, or expanse of space surrounding the Earth.


FIRST USE OF HEBREW WORD
THE HEAVEN IN SCRIPTURES

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. Genesis 1:1

 

PICTOGRAPHIC MEANING OF THE HEAVEN

 

Pay attention to what follows, to reveal, to unfold, to look upon, Holy Spirit as the revelator

 

To consume, to destroy, sharp, to press, the one letter that God used to identify Himself, God’s
signature, letter that stands for God Almighty, teeth

 

Liquid, mighty waters like the ocean, massive as the waves of the sea, chaotic and destructive like a
tsunami, water coming down like a stream, rain water that makes the desert bloom, the word of God
that brings life, living water, waters

 

To work, a mighty deed, a deed accomplished, to make, arm and hand accomplishing a purpose,
divine deed, hand

 

Liquid, mighty waters like the ocean, massive as the waves of the sea, chaotic and destructive like a
tsunami, water coming down like a stream, rain water that makes the desert bloom, the word of God
that brings life, living water, waters

 

 

PICTOGRAPHIC TRANSLATION OF THE HEAVEN

The first message contained in the pictographic meaning of Heaven is provided by the letter hey which reminds up to be observant. We are commanded to look and view with  understanding.

The second message is contained in the Hebrew word Heaven is the letter shin. Clearly in view is God Almighty.


The third message contained in the Hebrew word for Heaven is mem yood mem. The message is clear. Water separated by God’s mighty hand from water. The water below separated from the water above.

The summary is simple:

Behold God Almighty separating the waters.

 

NUMERIC MEANING OF THE HEAVEN

 5

Unmerited favor, God’s goodness, Pentateuch, divine strength, the
fifth, what follows creation, grace

 

  300

A divinely appointed period of time, number connected to the “children of
promise,” election, supernatural victory over enemies including death, number
connected with the death, burial and resurrection of Messiah, signifies final
blood sacrifice made by the perfect Lamb of God

 

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Trials, probation, chastisement but not judgment, action of grace resulting in
revival, magnified renewal, an extended period of rule or dominion, (5×8) grace
multiplied by renewal, probationary period that results in renewal

 

  10

Perfection of divine order, completeness of order, testimony, the law, Ten
Commandments, responsibility, divinely ordered events, ordinal perfection

 

 40

Trials, probation, chastisement but not judgment, action of grace resulting in
revival, magnified renewal, an extended period of rule or dominion, (5×8) grace
multiplied by renewal, probationary period that results in renewal

 

 

NUMERIC TRANSLATION OF THE HEAVEN

Grace that brings about divine restoration and salvation after a period of trials and testing in which God does a mighty deed according to a perfectly ordered sequence of events that reveals Man’s weakness and insufficiency so that God might graciously bring about revival and renewal.

 

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  1. David Butler says:

    Im fascinated by the meaning hidden in the Hebrew letters. As a believer in Yeshua as Messiah n God my Saviour n LORD i knew greek was a language that was very descriptive but didnt know Hebrew was filled with hidden meanings praise be to Yaweh God of all creation.

  2. Miriam says:

    This is so fascinating! I have the Aleph book. God is amazing! I am learning Hebrew now and very interested in the meaning of the letters and numbers. Thank you for these great articles.

    Miriam

  3. Kathleen Bailey says:

    This is very informative. I want to study more to show my self approved this will open the word of God to me in a whole new light.

  4. Douglas Comstock says:

    I have enjoyed these explanations very much. I would like to understand the meaning of Hebrew letters and learn how to speak Hebrew. This is a great start. Thank you for what you are doing!

  5. Jenny Bosman says:

    Heavenly Hebrew gives us great depth and significance, helping us to understand the Heart of our loving ABBA FATHER. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

  6. Shoshi Ballard says:

    Beautiful and profound…!!

  7. Lucy Lora says:

    Love the Hebroic teachings, hope I could learn more. Hiw can i print this materials
    Please always send to my email?
    With a greatfull heart.

  8. Joseph Fawcett says:

    Excellent as always!

  9. Gregory Pellegrino says:

    Excellent study in the Hebrew language. I’ve studied about 4 semesters of Koine Greek which is very descriptive, but the word pictures of the Hebrew are astonishing!

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