Tamarajo is an avid Bible Studier who loves nothing more than to seek out the treasures in God's Word and share them with others.
My favorite Biblical studies center around the ancient Hebraic roots of our Christian faith. Hebrew word studies, and the pictographs that they contain, can sometimes give us a more detailed and in-depth view of Biblical concepts.
In this article, I would like to look at the first three of 22 letters of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet and show how each one amazingly portrays a facet of God's character.
Please note that the words with Hebrew fonts read from right to left. Knowing Hebrew won't be necessary, but it is helpful to know the directional aspect when I am describing the position of the letter within the word. So, when I mention the first letter, it will be the letter beginning on the right, and the last letter will be on the left.
It is also important to note that the fonts I am using in this article are modern Hebrew ones that were developed during the Babylonian captivity and are what is used in Israel today. In their most ancient form, these letters were actual images of the pictographs we will be studying.
Additionally, at the end of each section, there will be a video that furthers the lesson about each letter. Jewish Jewels Ministries presents the series and is hosted by Dr. Danny Ben-Gigi, former professor of Hebrew at Arizona State University.
"Aleph" Is a Strong Dependable Ox
We begin with the letter "aleph" (א). The image of an ox represents the letter "Aleph" (א). The qualities of an ox will help us understand the concepts that go with this letter.
This animal is notable for its strength, as the writer of the book of Proverbs well notes.
. . . much increase comes by the strength of an ox.
— Proverbs 14:4
The ox ranks in the "top ten" of the strongest animals in the world. Their strength makes them a useful and practical option for plowing, pulling carts, and any type of large, heavy load. They can haul loads up to, or surpassing, their weight, which can range between 1500-3000 pounds. We can, therefore, conclude that "aleph" shows us that God is strong!
The very first revealed name of God in the scriptures is Elohim (אלהים) which begins with the letter "aleph" and depicts His strength, as is seen in creation.
In the beginning God (Elohim-אלהים) created the heavens and the earth.
— Genesis 1:1
Isaiah, the prophet, completes this thought.
God (Elohim) is enthroned above the circle of the earth;
its inhabitants are like grasshoppers.
He stretches out the heavens like a fabric
and spreads them out like a tent to live in
Look up and see:
who created these?
He brings out the starry host by number;
He calls all of them by name.
Because of His great power and strength.
— Isaiah 40:26,22
An ox is also noted for its dependability and reliability. The early pioneers preferred oxen over mules or horses for pulling wagons, for this very reason. Horses were faster but not as steady nor well-tempered.
Lord God of Hosts,
who is strong like You, Lord?
Your faithfulness surrounds You.
— Psalm 89:8 HCSB
The "aleph" (א) also has to do with beginnings considering that it is the "first" letter in the Aleph-Bet.
It is also the "first" letter in the Hebrew word for father (ab-אב ). Father is the very "first" word in the Hebrew dictionary.
Aleph begins by showing us the strong, dependable Father.
The New Testament uses an Aramaic version of this word, which is "Abba," on three occasions, all of which convey the idea of a strong, dependable Father who strengthens His children when they are feeling weak. The first time it is used by Jesus Himself in the Garden of Gethsemane experience.
Then He said to them, “My soul is swallowed up in sorrow—to the point of death. Remain here and stay awake.” Then He went a little farther, fell to the ground, and began to pray that if it were possible, the hour might pass from Him. And He said, “Abba, Father! All things are possible for You. Take this cup away from Me. Nevertheless, not what I will, but what You will.”
— Mark 14:34-36
Paul encourages both the Roman and Galatian Christians to do as Jesus did in the Garden; to cry out to the Father as a child would for strength to overcome.
For you did not receive a spirit of slavery to fall back into fear, but you received the Spirit of adoption by whom we cry out, “Abba, Father!
— Romans 8:15
And because you are sons, God has sent the Spirit of His Son into our hearts, crying, “Abba, Father!”
— Galatians 4:6
The Father's Love Revealed
It is also a relevant connection that the Hebrew word for love, "ahab" (אהב), contains the same letters as "father" with the addition of one letter in the middle.
"Ab" (אב), the Hebrew word for father is spelled with an "aleph" (א) and a "bet" (ב)
The Hebrew spelling of love is "aleph" (א), a "hey" (ה), and "bet" (ב).
From a pictograph perspective, the "hey's" (ה) position in the middle of the word, between the "aleph" (א) and "bet" (ב), the Hebrew word for father, signifies the heart of the word.
The Hebrew letter "hey" (ה) is a picture of a window and represents something revealed. Love, therefore, in terms of God's character, may be defined as the heart of the Father revealed. And in the heart of the Father is love.
David Timms, in his book Living the Lord's Prayer, offers this very similar sentiment as it concerns this pictograph interpretation.
"In Aramaic the term Abba (Father) is a term of intimacy and respectful familiarity, a word of belonging and connection, of family and protection and of love . . . A fathers love formed the center of the household"
Remember, Philips plea to Jesus.
“Lord, show us the Father, and it is sufficient for us.”
— John 14:8
It was as if Philip was saying that it's all we need to know. That is what Jesus came, essentially, to do was show us the heart of the Father full of love for us.
"Jesus said to him . . . He who has seen Me has seen the Father."
— John 14:9
It was Jesus who demonstrated this heart of love for us, as is shown in this next word revelation.
The two letters ending this particular Hebrew word for love (ahab-אהב) are "hey" (ה) and "bet" (ב) and this Hebrew word is an abbreviation for a word meaning "to give." Keep in mind that the ox was also known to be a sacrificial animal in the Bible (see Numbers 7). The next familiar portion of scripture ties this all together.
For God the Father (אב) so loved (אהב) the world that He gave (הב) His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.
— John 3:16
A revelation of the Father's love is revealed in the sacrificial giving of His Son, who bore the burden of our sin that plowed a path for a new eternal beginning with Him.
"Bet"—A Household Tent
The second letter of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet is "bet" (ב). "Bet" (ב) is represented by a picture of a tent implying the concepts of household and family.
"Bet" (ב) is the first letter of the Hebrew word for "son" (ben-בן). It is also the first letter of the term for "build" (benah-בנה). We can see that one of the letters, "hey," is added to the end of the word for "son" to form the word "build." When the letter "hey" is at the end of a word, it can indicate something that comes from the word itself. What comes from the son? The household and family. The building of the family was the responsibility of a son. An ancient Near Easterner needed to produce sons for this very purpose.
This thought of producing sons to build the family is depicted in a couple of places in Genesis. The first one occurs in the scene where Sarai is tired of waiting for the son that God had promised to Abram, so she comes up with her plan of action.
Now Sarai, Abram’s wife, had borne him no children (had not borne to him). And she had an Egyptian maidservant whose name was Hagar. So Sarai said to Abram, “See now, the Lord has restrained me from bearing children. Please, go in to my maid; perhaps I shall obtain children (I will build-בנה) by her.”
— Genesis 16: 1-2
The very literal translation of "perhaps I shall obtain children by her" above should read, "perhaps I will build from her." Sarah understood that producing a son would be her honorable participation in building the family.
This concept is also displayed again in a scene with Jacob and Rachel. After her sister Leah had borne four sons to Jacob, she desperately and competitively devises another construction plan.
Now when Rachel saw that she bore Jacob no children (she had not borne to Jacob), Rachel envied her sister, and said to Jacob, “Give me children (literally sons), or else I die!”
And Jacob’s anger was aroused against Rachel, and he said, “Am I in the place of God, who has withheld from you the fruit of the womb?”
So she said, “Here is my maid Bilhah; go in to her, and she will bear a child on my knees, that I also may have children by her (I will build-בנה, also I, from her”.
— Genesis 30:1-3
Again the literal translation of "that I also may have children by her" literally reads "I will build, also I, from her" and shows us the ancient connection between building and sons as it concerns the family.
Jesus—Builder of a Kingdom Family
This letter shows us that Jesus, the Son of God, was sent to build a kingdom, household, and family.
Is this not the carpenter . . . ?
— Mark 6:3
For this cause I bow my knees unto the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, Of whom the whole family in heaven and earth is named.
— Ephesians 3:14
In receiving God's Son, we become His sons with the very same purpose.
For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus.
— Galatians 3:26
. . . you also, as living stones, are being built up a spiritual house, a holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.
— I Peter 2:5
A relevant quote from Charles Spurgeon concludes this section.
"Christ Himself is the builder of his spiritual temple, and has built it on the mountain of His unchangeable affection, His omnipotent grace, and His infallible truthfulness."
"Each individual believer is being prepared and polished and made ready for his place in the temple, but Christ's own hand performs the preparation work."
— C.H. Spurgeon
"Gimel"—A Camel—Bestower of Benefits
"Gimel" (ג) is the third letter of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet, and a camel represents it. A camel, in the ancient world, was valued as a bestower of blessings and benefits.
A camel traverses through the wilderness to deliver benefits from one place to another, just as the Holy Spirit traverses the wilderness of this earth, bestowing Christ to man.
This third letter of the Aleph-Bet and its pictograph offer us this very same illustration of the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Trinity. He is a bestower of benefits and blessings, as is described by Paul in his first letter to the Corinthian church.
the manifestation of the Spirit is given to each one for the profit of all: for to one is given the word of wisdom through the Spirit, to another the word of knowledge through the same Spirit, to another faith by the same Spirit, to another gifts of healings by the same to another the working of miracles, to another prophecy, to another discerning of spirits, to another different kinds of tongues, to another the interpretation of tongues. But one and the same Spirit works all these things, distributing to each one individually as He wills.
— I Corinthians 12:7-11
A camel is also noted for its kneeling or descending as well as its lifting up. The Holy Spirit is seen in these two types of actions as well. The Holy Spirit descends like a dove during the baptism of Jesus.
When all the people were baptized, it came to pass that Jesus also was baptized; and while He prayed, the heaven was opened. And the Holy Spirit descended in bodily form like a dove upon Him, and a voice came from heaven which said, “You are My beloved Son; in You I am well pleased.”
— Luke 3:21-22
We see Him also descending from heaven upon the Apostles at Pentecost in the book of Acts.
When the Day of Pentecost had fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. And suddenly there came a sound from heaven, as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled the whole house where they were sitting.
— Acts 2:1-2
It was the Spirit of God that raised Jesus from the dead and bestowed the treasures from above to us.
But if the Spirit of Him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, He who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through His Spirit who dwells in you.
— Romans 8:11
Therefore being exalted to the right hand of God, and having received from the Father the promise of the Holy Spirit, He poured out this which you now see and hear.
— Acts 2:33
The following verse describes the benefits bestowed upon Jesus by the Holy Spirit.
God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with power, who went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil, for God was with Him.
— Acts 10:38
This next verse ties together the first three letters of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet, and their respective pictograph revelations, as they describe facets of God Himself.
Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us.
— Romans 5:5
It is the Love of God the Father (aleph) poured into our hearts through His Son (bet) by the Holy Spirit (gimel) who was given to us.
Questions & Answers
Question: Are you going to do a write up of all the Living Letters in Hebrew Aleph-bet?
Answer: All the letters are covered in a series of articles that can be found on my profile page. There also should be a highlighted link at the end of the article that will take you to the next part.
skye2day from Rocky Mountains on July 29, 2013:
Tam. God Bless you my precious sister. I was led to your hub this evening. I have not published a hub in a time. I have been busy girl. I have started many but none of them came together to publish, yet. God seems to deal with me in this way. When I get through a storm I write about it. The enemy has tried to put the skids on my writing girl. He is defeated already and we are victorious in Christ Jesus, Amen! All Praise and Glory to God, dear sista. I have missed your writings. Hub town is growing in leaps and bounds. It takes time to move from corner to corner.
I so love this hub precious tam. God has truly blessed you with teaching His aleph bet. Tonight it is like the light bulb came on and I have confidence. There is hope for me to learn this. I hope to come often to learn.. Thank you for your heartfelt diligence and perseverance sister. God so shines through you my friend. Your teaching truly moves on my spirit. I am amazed at Gods love. His goodness pours over us day by day. He is amazing love dear sista. I can see how His aleph bet helps us to grow in a deeper understanding and relationship with Him. I love you tam and pray all is well with you and yours dear child of God. Sending a big hug your way. Skye
shared voted again!
Tamarajo (author) on April 04, 2013:
Hello Michael-Milec. Glad to know that purpose of the series, in testifying that God is and wants us to truly know and understand in every way possible the solidity and dependability of His truth, was achieved.
that we may be able to comprehend with all the saints what is the width and length and depth and height— to know the love of Christ which passes knowledge; that we may be filled with all the fullness of God ~ Ephesians 3:18-19
Thank you for your comment and encouragement. Blessed by your visit
Michael-Milec on April 03, 2013:
Very thorough research . A great testimony to God communicating closely with His people as a testimony to other nations that He is only living God who speaks to every generation , to be known as well letting His will to be know. Amazing symbols !
Thanks for sharing.
Up and useful.
Tamarajo (author) on April 02, 2013:
Thank you drpastorcarlotta, I have been working on a few things finding it a challenge to squeeze it all in. Would love to get back to some more lessons and writing. I think I'm being challenged as well to practice and exercise faith in the things He has shown me. Always room for growth in that.
Blessed to have you stop by.
Pastor Dr Carlotta Boles from BREAKOUT MINISTRIES, INC. KC on March 31, 2013:
Great writing! Love the video!!!!! Voted-Up! I have missed you!!!
Tamarajo (author) on January 19, 2013:
Hello Charl, excited to know that the qualities of Our incredible God and His glorious salvation displayed in even the letters of His language will be shared. I think there is an eternity of discoveries yet to be made.
I hope the studies are useful in communicating the greatness of our God.
Another excellent resource on the letters is Jewish Jewels and some of their programs can be found on vimeo. Dr.Danny Ben Gigi former professor of Hebrew studies at Arizona State University is their guest host on the topic. It was where I got started.
Psalm 119 is an excellent place to learn a bit about the letters. I have gained much insight from them as well as it is one of the acrostic psalms and are divided into sections titled by the letters which gives consistency to their meaning.
Scripture always explains itself even in its letters.
Bless your studies and thank you for your visit and encouraging comment.
Charl Marltoo on January 19, 2013:
I teach an adult Sunday School Class in Southern California and I had played a video showing the pictographical meaning of YHWH to be "Behold the Hand, Behold the Nail". I saw your blog on the meanings of the Hebrew letters and am going to start a series on that and Psalm 119. Thanks for your content. I will be giving your blod address to people in my class and I hope they review some of your other material. Again thanks for your work here. It is being used by God in Anaheim. Dennis
Tamarajo (author) on December 27, 2012:
Hello again shofarcall, I have been amazed and humbled by the language of the Lord as well. What I love the most is that it always confirms. No matter how you look at it His truth remains the same. It really solidifies His simple message of the Gospel and gives us deeper insight and depth to that message.
I share your sentiment about the resurrection of the language. The following verse comes to mind.
“For then I will restore to the peoples a pure language,
That they all may call on the name of the Lord,
To serve Him with one accord ~ Zephaniah 3:9
Blessed again by your visit and additional insight. Thanks for your visit.
shofarcall on December 26, 2012:
Thank you, thank you Tamajaro for this hub revealing to us yet another facet of the magnificence of Abba Father in every Hebrew letter that is written or spoken. No wonder that, as was written: The Hebrew language has been resurrected, after 2000 years, and is once again a living language. Praise God.
Tamarajo (author) on October 12, 2012:
Hi Michelle, I am glad that you appreciated the article.
You are correct about Jesus being the Alpha and the Omega as stated in the book of Revelation. The New Testament (which Revelation is in) was written in Greek therefore Alpha and Omega are referring to the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet. The first and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet are Aleph and Tav which essentially carry the same idea. The conclusion (part 7) of this series explains some of that and makes the very connection you are referring to.
Thanks so much for stopping by and your thoughtful comment. And God's blessings to you too.
Michele Travis from U.S.A. Ohio on October 12, 2012:
Thank you so much for writing this hub. It is wonderful and true. As we know the first letter in the Hebrew Aleph-Bet is Aleph.
My knowledge of Hebrew is very limited, so please forgive me, but the last of the Hebrew Aleph-bet is Omaga.
As you know in the English bible, we are told that God is the Alpha and the Omega. The first and the last. God created the Heavens and the Universe. Then this earth will end and a new Heavens and a New Earth which will be Paradise will be created.
God bless you!
Tamarajo (author) on October 10, 2012:
The efforts were a pleasure. I find nothing more gratifying then studying His Word and admiring His wonders, wisdom, and ways. Blessed as always for you to stop by James. God Bless you too!
James A Watkins from Chicago on October 09, 2012:
This is a fascinating series. Thank you for your efforts in putting it together. God Bless You!
Tamarajo (author) on September 16, 2012:
Thank you Caroline. Glad you were blessed by the revelation of God's wonderful characteristics revealed in the letters of His Word.
Blessed to have you stop by, read, and comment.
Caroline on September 15, 2012:
Think so much for this valuableteaching. It has certainly blessed me .waiting for all the letters
Tamarajo (author) on September 06, 2012:
rgmg50, Lovely additional insights and affirmed in the conclusion of the series about Jesus being the aleph and tav, alpha and omega, beginning and end.
I also loved the connection you made about Jesus being in the Father and the Father in Him, as well as Father Son and Spirit in creation... wow that could keep me busy in ponder for awhile. all ready thinking along the lines of Father-will (strong and leading), Son-heart (inside), Spirit-power (ability to resurrect and bring life) as required elements of creation. His wonders never cease!
I so appreciated your input and additional revelation. Thank you for reading and commenting.
rgmg50 on September 05, 2012:
This is a wonderful hub. I did not realise that Father, Son and Spirit is connected to the first three letters of Hebrew alphabet. While I am reading this hub, wonderful pictures and Scripture connections come forth. One thing that came to mind was that Jesus said he is the beginning and end, aleph and tav. He also said He is in the Father and the Fathe in Him and aleph represents the Father as well. And with the three letters and Father, Son and Spirit taking part in creation. and...and...Thank you for this wonderful hub
Tamarajo (author) on August 31, 2012:
Thank you ithabise glad you stopped by and blessed by your encouragement.
Michael S from Danville, VA on August 29, 2012:
Wonderful insights, Tamarajo. I always know that when I read your hubs I am going to be fed something rich and reflective. Looking forward to reading the others.
Vladimir Uhri from HubPages, FB on August 24, 2012:
Oh, Tamajaro, what a true statement. I just read yesterday Psalm 91:16 With long life will I satisfy him, and shew him my salvation. The word Salvation = Yeshuvah is in Hebrew. What a joy is to see it.
Tamarajo (author) on August 23, 2012:
I agree brotheryochanan that the understanding of the Hebraic roots is a priceless study in understanding the entirety of scripture. Im not sure how it is possible to understand the New Testament without understanding the old. I Corinthians 10 tells us that it was written for our example.
I simply love how Jesus (Yeshua-salvation) is everywhere in the Old Testament and as we see in this study the letters even point to Him.
Thank you so much for reading and your additional insight.
brotheryochanan on August 21, 2012:
It is essential that the gentile christian believer become more involved in the roots of hebrewism and that we understand from a Hebraic understanding the mind-set of those who lived in those times. When the 'completed christian' (jews) and the gentiles unite, we gentiles shall be blessed indeed and mainstream present church doctrines will fall as lightning or be as a 'candle snuffed out' - the word lightning in this instance.
Tamarajo (author) on August 13, 2012:
Hi DeBorrah, I love your insight about the world moving in the wrong direction as imaged in the reading directions of the culture. Again everything with God is significant and full of lessons.
I have often wondered if the brain reads more naturally from left to right as well and curious if this plays any role in those who are dyslexic.
Always a blessing to have you stop by. Thank you for your additional insight and encouragement.
DeBorrah K Ogans on August 07, 2012:
Tamarajo, This was very enlightening as well as informative. You have provided marvelous commentary to help us better understand the fundamentals of the Hebrew original language of the Bible. I think it is so interesting how we go from the right to the left to read the Hebrew language properly. By contrast this is what is happening in the world; it is gradually moving away from what is right farther to the left in the wrong direction...
I know the rest of this series will be great looking forward to part 2, God Bless You!
Tamarajo (author) on August 07, 2012:
Hello Shelpeare, Agreed about the alphabetic portions of scripture being pregnant with meaning. I have been able to glean much about the letters by reading these portions in the context of the letter they represent and the text seems to be consistent with the symbol of the letter.
Glad you found the article interesting and I appreciate your visit and additional input.
shelpeare on August 07, 2012:
Interesting. The Hebrew alphabet is one of my favourite studies. The acrostic-alphabetic Psalms like Psa. 9, 10, 25, 34, 37, 111, 112, 119 and 145 as well as Lamentations 1-4 and Prov. 31:10-31 are pregnant with meaning.
Tamarajo (author) on July 31, 2012:
Hi Skye, Glad you enjoyed the article and are interested in the Hebrew language. It is simply stunning how God in so many ways wants us to comprehend Him, His ways, truth, and love. It seems the deeper I dig the more layers I find.
If you are interested Jewish Jewels a messianic ministry did a series on the Aleph Bet and it is where I got started. They go through each letter with a guest host Dr. Danny Ben Gigi former professor of Hebrew at Arizona State University. Some of the episodes can be accessed via their website program archives.
Have a great day Skye always blessed by your visits
skye2day from Rocky Mountains on July 31, 2012:
Tamarajo Sister wow. I so love this. I have been very curious to the Hebrew language. You have done an awesome works here. It is clear the Spirit of God moves on you. Your writing is always so clear, you make it easy to understand your teaching. Really GOOD. I will return to read the rest!! Hopefully soon. You are precious indeed tam..
Love ya my friend. I do pray all is well with you and yours. The days are flying by. The return of Jesus is growing closer. Keep going sister. Hugs
Tamarajo (author) on July 20, 2012:
me too Vladimir, I actually get some computer time today and going to look that up.
Vladimir Uhri from HubPages, FB on July 20, 2012:
I love Hebrew language. I am listening now New Testament sometimes Old. NT is free download call: Faith Comes By Hearing. I have also Bible stick, the listening of NT lasting 19 hrs.
Tamarajo (author) on July 11, 2012:
Love Zola Levitt's ministry. I have considered purchasing their materials as well.
The language is so stunning in that nothing is meaningless with God even spelling a Word is deep, wide, and high with His insights and always gloriously declaring who He is. What always so amazes me is the consistency forward backward and upside down no matter how you look at it He remains the same and shows us in a billion different ways.
Thanks for reading and you're always encouraging comment Bob.
Robert E Smith from Rochester, New York on July 11, 2012:
I had ordered "Zola Levitt's Introduction To Hebrew" and I refer back to it often. Hebrew is so interesting and to think that is the original language, the one spoken by God to Adam and Eve, well that just blows my mind. It makes me wonder if we will all speak Hebrew in heaven or if God will speak to us in our own language and we all use the original spiritual gift of tongues to speak our own language and be heard in the understanding of the one to whom we speak. Great hub sister. Love ya.
Tamarajo (author) on July 09, 2012:
Thank you lifegate. Especially in this series I do seek that God's qualities and attributes be magnified and how relevant for Him to reveal Himself first as the Father. So happy that is what is coming through...the Father glorified.
In a culture that appears not to esteem the role of the strong and leading father we can see the unraveling of the fabric of family and the distortion of the image God wished to portray of His incredible love for each one of us.
So grateful for His Word to help keep us with the proper view and perspective.
I appreciate your visit and comment.
William Kovacic from Pleasant Gap, PA on July 09, 2012:
Beautifully done. What I notice about your hubs is that the Father is always glorified. Regardless of what you many be writing about, it al;l goes back to Him. Thanks for another one!
Vladimir Uhri from HubPages, FB on July 08, 2012:
It makes me happy and blessed.
Tamarajo (author) on July 08, 2012:
Thank you Vladimir, His Word for sure is infinitely deep, wide, and high. His wonders never cease!
I so appreciate you reading and commenting. Your encouragement means much to me.
Vladimir Uhri from HubPages, FB on July 08, 2012:
Tamarajo, absolutely awesome, cannot wait for the rest. What dimension we see in Word, our awesome God. Thanks very much for this great Hub.
Tamarajo (author) on July 08, 2012:
Amen Timlove "What a God we serve" That is exactly what I hope to communicate in this series and these first three letters certainly do lay a foundation for the rest of the series.
I am grateful for you to stop by and comment.
Timlove from upstate New York on July 08, 2012:
What A God we serve Tamarajo, He poured himself into his creation, he poured himself into his son, and he has poured himself into us, amazing.
All in the first two letters of the Hebrew alphabet I like where this is going, looking foreward to the next part of the series. God bless