Those of us in the free world with readily accessible Bibles in a multitude of translations cannot even begin to fathom the wonder of the language of our Amazing Father.
His love language spoke the world into existence. Fathom this. Before He created, He spoke ... which means, He created the alphabet. Yehoveh Himself tells us he is the Beginning and the End ... the Aleph and the Tov.
So let’s look at the Father’s love language buried in the opening words of His Instruction Manual and begin ... at the Beginning. In Hebrew, Beginning is “B’resheet.” Without understanding the beauty of the Hebrew language and the mistranslations that result from translating Hebrew to English, we miss what the Father hid within those first words, “in the beginning.” What was about an hour lesson just skimming the surface for me, will be about a 5-minute read for you ... but I hope you will see just how deep the Father’s love is for us with each and every inspired word.
Just like the word “bear” has multiple words within those four letters (be, are, ear, bar) so are words hidden in the Hebrew symbols for B’resheet. Except, the words in B’resheet are not merely random. Rather, they tell the whole story from Yehoveh’s very first utterance.
At the beginning I announce the end,
proclaim in advance things not yet done;
and I say that my plan will hold,
I will do everything I please to do.
So, if you take the many words buried in B’resheet, including the scriptural references for those words, here is what you get ..
“The Son of God, with thorns on His Head, nailed on a tree, first fruit offering at the House of God, and took the fire (judgment / wrath) from man.”
“The Son of God, gift of the Covenant.”
Yehoveh uttered “B’resheet” and the whole story was told. The Patriarchs, Moses, David, and the Prophets may not have known the details, but they had the big picture and they had the Promise ... because it was revealed, in the Beginning.