The Dalet

When we look at the light or revelation contained within the Hebrew letters we get a picture of the attributes and power of God. This energy or force inherent in the dalet is the power of the Holy Spirit.

Beyond the Dalet

Beyond the Dalet  Through the Open Door In the Spirit While in the Earth John's day started out like any other day. He was overly aware of his earthly situation and the limitations of this earthly physical existence. Here he was still incarcerated to the Isle of Patmos; still confined to the sufferings of this …

Looking at the Year Through the Hebrew Letters

Originally posted on my sister site Beyond the Dalet

Beyond the Dalet

Why I look at the Hebrew Letters

While the feasts are a part of the annual cycle they are not the entirety of the calendar. as wonderful as they are, there is so much more than the Feasts. I appreciate the richness and nuances of the feasts. I see the beauty of Christ in each and every celebration. Acknowledging the feasts has added a colorful and prophetic dimension to my life in Christ. So has studying the scriptures in their original language.

A Spiritual Dimension

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The Hebrew letters add a layer of insight to my devotional life, giving me understanding not gained through the English. Unlike the English alphabet the Hebrew is filled with unique attributes and incredible symbolism. Through applying these attributes to the study of God’s word we can gain access to what the mystics refer to as SOD (pronounced with a long ō). Sod is the spiritual…

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Easter and Passover

Originally posted on my sister site Beyond the Dalet

Beyond the Dalet

Greetings All

Hope everyone out there is having a great day. Today is Good Friday. It is also Erev Pesach (Passover Eve) since the Hebrew day begins at sundown Passover actually begins tonight.

I went out to run some errands today. Being Good Friday the grocery stores were packed. The parking lots were crowded. I forgot it was Good Friday. We have a great little grocery store in town that has all sorts of international foods. I get honey there. The parking lot is always a nightmare, especially today. Everyone seemed to be impatient. I mumbled something a bit louder than I thought forgetting the window was open. The guy in the car next to me heard me. Thankfully what I said wasn’t awful. We smiled and wished each other a nice weekend. All in all, not too bad.

Waiting in line to purchase my honey I noticed that nearly…

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My Jewish Brother’s Good Friday Message

Originally posted on my sister site Beyond the Dalet

Beyond the Dalet

Better late than never I guess. I thought I posted this. But it seems I wrote it and never got it out there. So this should have been last weeks post.

My brother Steve is a practicing Jew. Steve has never had an issue with being identified as either Jewish or Christian. As he puts it “We worship the same God.” It doesn’t matter to him if he worships God in the synagogue or in the church. Steve didn’t change his beliefs about God when he became Jewish. He changed buildings.

So, today I’m on the phone with my brother and he’s relaying to me something that came up in conversation with his coworkers. This is just a group of guys at work. In light of the Easter upon us a conversation materializes among his coworkers. They get on the subject of religion. One of these guys Steve knows to…

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