The Organizational Structure of the First Century Church - Part 6
“Chet”. In this teaching, you will not only learn that a fence both separates and connects, but Jim shows how this letter is really the foundation of understanding the structure of the first-century church. Separation and connection are the foundation of a healthy body of believers. Without the proper understanding of this letter as it relates to a local congregation, we will no doubt be “shooting in the dark” as we all do our best to follow His ways.
Discover the Depth of the Hebrew Alphabet
It would be an understatement to say that the depth of God’s Word is incredible. In fact, it is life-changing. Every letter of every Hebrew word is not only a picture in the ancient language, but is designed by the Creator to teach us how to live and how to truly connect with The Father.
This fifteen-hour teaching series will open your eyes like never before to the depth of God’s language. You will learn each letter of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet in its modern and ancient Paleo picture and meaning. You will also discover the significance of the number to which each letter correlates and how it can radically affect your understanding of the scriptures. If you want to go deeper into the scriptures, this series is definitely for you!
The Torah is spelled with a Tav (ת), a Vav (ו), a Resh (ר), and a Heh (ה). Tav (ת) means “covenant,” Vav (ו) represents a nail, Resh (ר) means “the head or beginning of,” and Heh (ה) means “revealed or revelation.” So in its original pictograph form, the word “Torah” (הרות) means “The covenant of the nail is the beginning of revelation”! Said backwards it is “Revealed is the head of the nail covenant”.
The first two letters of the Hebrew aleph-bet are Aleph (א) and Bet (ב). Aleph means “strength, power, leader” and Bet means “house”. Together, those two letters mean “the strength of the house”. Furthermore, together, Aleph and Bet also spell the Hebrew word “Av,” which means Father! Our Father is the “Strength of our House”!
Published on Oct 31, 2011
This teaching is also Part 6 of the series “The Organizational Structure of the 1st Century Church”