It’s All About The Son!

In The Beginning
Genesis 1:1
1 In the beginning {bə·rê·šîṯ:  [בראשית]} God created the heavens and the earth.”

From the beginning to end, God is all about bringing GLORY AND HONOR TO HIS SON!  This is so clearly seen right here, in the very first word of the Hebrew Bible:

 “{bə·rê·šîṯ:  [בראשית]} In the beginning”

Secrets In The Hebrew Language.

Hebrew, reads from right to left and is a form of picture writing, like Chinese. Each letter has a picture, a number, a color and a musical note that corresponds to it. These are very consistent.  The word pictures tell us a story and give us a window on God’s perspective, something you’d never get from the definition alone.

[בראשית] : bə·rê·šîṯ is spelled like this:
[ב]-bet: house
[ר]-resh: head, think
[א]-aleph: ox, head or leader, sacrifice. It also the first letter of aleph-bet.
[ש]-shin: Shaddai, Almighty God.
[י]-yod: hand, power.
[ת]-tav: cross (last letter of aleph-bet)

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Though three words in English, it is only one in Hebrew.  The first two letters,”bet (ב) and resh (ר) spell “bar” (בר) which means “Son.” Yes, THE SON, Jesus!

Our Father’s heart is full of His Beloved Son.  He is so proud and so delighted with Him, He even blasted the incomparable story of His finished work all over the night sky.  You may find that incredible because of the devil’s perversion, astrology.  But I assure you:  The One Who created the stars and placed them in the heavens was our Father.  The devil cannot create.  He can only pervert.

Why the story in the stars and why the perversion?  For more on that topic, follow the link below:
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More Word Pictures.

But that’s not all. There’s more!  The second, third and fourth letters, “bet-resh-shin,” spell “Rosh” (ראש) which means “Head or leader.”  “Rosh HaShana,” for example, means “head of the year,” or “New Year!”

Yod (י) is that teeny, tiny, little itty bitty line. It means “Open hand.” It can also mean power.  It is also the number 10.  Hebrew doesn’t use numbers like we do here in the West.  They use letters.  For that reason, “yod” often refers to the Ten Commandments or to the tithe.  The letter, “Tav (ת)” means “Cross or sacrifice”

The word “pictures” tell us this story:
“The Son is the Head by the power of His sacrifice on the cross.”
Or you could say:
“If you have The Son and the power of the cross in your life, you have a solid foundation for a good beginning!”

Feast Of First Fruits.

If we take away the first letter, “Bet [ב],” the word now spells, “Reshith: (ray-sheeth’)[ראשית]”.  It means,” Firstfruit.”  You’ve heard Jesus referred to as the “Firstfruits of them that sleep.”  The day He rose from the dead was on the first day of the Jewish feast of “First Fruits.”  Coincidence? NOT A CHANCE!


First fruits is a picture of the tithe.  You could say God was the first One to pay a tithe: Well that’s for sure:  The ONCE-FOR-ALL tithe……and then some!  Jesus’ death was far and above and OVERpayment for our sins!
Not Confined By Time.
All means, “All.”  We who are subject to time and space, think in terms of “Past, present, and future.”  All those sins are already put away, even the ones you have not yet committed.
But remember, God is outside time.  With Him, there is no past, present, or future.  There is only “Now.”  When He said, “All your sins are cleansed,” He meant, “ALL,” from the moment you said, “Yes,” to Jesus, to the day you meet Him face to face.

See what I mean?  The Bible really, truly is All ABOUT THE SON!

Follow the link below to a related article on the Hebrew of Genesis 1:1

https://emmausroadministries.wordpress.com/2016/02/28/the-first-and-the-last-%D7%90%D7%AA-2/

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