Gods Heart is in His Hands

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God’s Heart is in His Hands

 Genesis 1:1

In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth.

God wrote a love letter to His children, He made a declaration of His plan of Salvation from the very first Word and very first sentence of the Bible.

 The Bible is the most complex book in the world, not because it’s hard to understand, but because it’s full of revelation.

God revealed Himself from the first Word, and continues to reveal Himself  through the Bible and in the Person of Jesus Christ.

The very first Word in Ancient Hebrew is “Barasheet”  This is translated “In the Beginning”.   But  look what we can see from the Hebrew Pictograph. The amazing meaning of this one Word, “In the Beginning”.

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“The Son of God destroyed works of our hands on the cross”

From the very first Word we can see the Heart of God But that’s not all, hidden within the first sentence is the declaration that Jesus is God!

 In the Ancient Hebrew  text of Genesis 1:1  hidden in plain sight are the Hebrew letters:  Aleph & Tav.

{Hebrew is read from Right to Left}.

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The Aleph is the first letter of the Hebrew Alphabet and the Tav is the last letter of the Hebrew Alphabet.  Inserted right in the middle of the first sentence of the Bible we can see that Jesus was there.  For He declared Himself to be the First and the Last, The Aleph and the Tav.  The sum total of the WORD of God.

It is only found in the Hebrew Bible and has been a mystery to many, but its a mystery hidden in plain sight!

  John 1:1 Reiterates the truth that Jesus declared when He walked the earth, He is the Son of God, and He is God.

In the Beginning

It gets even better, layer upon layer of revelation to confirm again and again the claims that Jesus of Nazareth declared about Himself.  God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit are the God Head, Holy Trinity and source of all life.

Jesus of Nazareth is LORD!

 Isaiah 43:11

I, even I, am the LORD, and besides Me there is no Savior.

In Isaiah 44:6

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The LORD  King of Israel AND HIS Redeemer the LORD of Hosts, declared Himself the “Aleph & The Tav”.

So, What is the word LORD in the Bible?

The word LORD in English, is the Hebrew Tetragrammaton: YHVH [Yod Hey Vav Hey]. We say Yahweh. Which is the Hebrew Name of God, the unspeakable Name of God.

The Ancient Hebrew Ideogram of YHVH means:

“Behold the Hands, Behold the Nails”.

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YHVH means: “Behold the Hands & Behold the Nails and is pictured with a hand, TWO  figures and a nail!  This is amazing!

Jesus name in Hebrew is Yahu’shua, which means:

 “YHVH is our Salvation.”

YHVH is the name of God in Hebrew so When the Angel Gabriel came to Mary He would have said, Name your child, “Yahu’shua”  which means that YHVH is our Salvation!

Taking them together we can say:

“Behold the Hands, Behold the Nails our Salvation”

 From the beginning of the Bible to the end, God’s plan for Salvation was declared, and if the princes of this world had known it, they would not have crucified the LORD of Glory.

Aleph & Tav

GOD’S HEART IS IN HIS HANDS.

 From My Heart to Yours,

Rhonda


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4 thoughts on “Gods Heart is in His Hands

  1. Jenny Eddison

    The works of our hands were destroyed at the cross – before the foundation of the world! Jesus said “take my yoke upon you and learn of me”. In that we rest!! Not by our works, but by HIS!!

  2. WM

    According to the pictograph, ‘bareshith’ means ‘son of god, second, carrying cross’. If ‘bareshith’ is the single subject, then the singular formed verb ‘bara’ is reasonable. It is one possibility.

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