Tish B' Av

Now lets take a look at the 3rd Word:

From the third word Elohim 

From the word Elohim which represents the unity of one God operating in three parts, the Hebrew word pictures reveal this to us:

The Alef (Yeshua) who is the lofty one has a staff (indicating a Shepherd) that prods us toward those windows that reveal the hand of Him who does the deed to reveal (living) water and (change) massive chaos. 

The meaning of the fourth word was not a new discovery for me. I had learned the meaning of this word from a book I had recently read. However I was awestruck in the placement of the word in the text.

From the fourth word ET 

Et means self, often used as “the.” The the in this case is The Alef and The Tav. He who is the Alef and the Tav is the Creator. Yeshua is the ET. In fact He identified Himself as the ET.

Revelation 1: 8 I am Aleph and Tav, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.

Please note: This word ET is the 4th word and 4 signifies the picture of a door. Hence, Yeshua is the door. 

He is the door that opens revelation from the beginning. I stand in awe of Him who created the heavens and the earth. He spoke a pure language to create and at the same time He also proclaimed the gospel message from the beginning of time.

The revelation of the gospel in these opening words of the Bible has brought me to my knees. I do not claim to be alone in this discovery because this truth is hidden in plain sight.

Pray for America!

I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, [and] giving of thanks, be made for all men;

For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peacable life in all godliness and honesty.

For this is good and acceptble in the sight of God our Savior.

Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.

For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus (Yeshua)  

1 Timothy 2:1-5

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Be Blessed!

Rev. Marjorie

Recently I had the privilege to teach on the Jewish fast day of Tish B’Av at Gateview, a ministry in Mesa AZ. Tish B’Av is the 9th day of Av on the Biblical calendar. This year it fell on July 16th of the Gregorian calendar. Many tragedies have befallen the Jewish people on this day.

The Bible is line upon line and precept upon precept all painting this beautiful picture of the greatest love story ever told. Any student of the Bible becomes aware that the story that is pictured from Genesis to Revelation is about Yeshua and His Bride. Tisha B’ Av is also a picture. It is a picture of what happens when the “love story” gets perverted.

I have published my study notes and history of Tish B’Av on our website for your viewing. 

It can be found at: 


Messages in Hebrew Hidden in Plain Sight

The resurgence of the Hebrew language is an end time prophecy being fulfilled in our day, as reported in our April Newsletter. The Rabbi’s say Hebrew is a language that can be studied from 70 different levels of understanding. Although, I am fascinated with the language, having had two years of Hebrew in college, I do not pretend to know the depth of understanding that is available to the serious student of the language. My purpose in this Newsletter is to share my limited knowledge; and excitement upon the discovery of the revelation that is hidden within the plain text of the opening words Hebrew words of the Bible.

Now let’s take a look at the opening words of the Bible. “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth”. We are going to be taking apart just the first four words. From right to left, of the first line below, are the first four words in Hebrew. Following is the transliteration of how to pronounce these words. The third line is the English interpretation. Next, I have taken each word and given the meaning of the word picture for each letter of that word.

  ET          Elohim         Bara         Breisheet

Self    Plural God     Created   In The Beginning

Now we are going to look at the picture language of each Hebrew letter, starting with the first word. I will identify the name of the letter and what picture it is to paint. (Right to Left)

From the first word Breisheet

From the word Breisheet (also transliterated Bereshit) which in English has been translated, “In the beginning.” The Rabbi scholars tell us that a more accurate translation would be, “In a beginning.” From the Hebrew picture letters we have the word picture that illustrates the following concept that I am personally translating. Please note the inserted parenthesis are there to give deeper clarification of remez and sod. 

From the house (of God) came the highest person (Yeshua) who is the most lofty one, referred to in scripture as the Ox, the Bull, the Leader with Strength. The teeth of sin consumed Him and destroyed Him (physically). His hand accomplished the deed that became a sign of the cross giving us a covenant and a seal (of redemption).

From the Second word Bara​

From the word Bara the Hebrew word for created; the word pictures for the Hebrew letters tell us this:

From the house (of God) the Alef (who is Yeshua) is the lofty one, giving us the concept of a double emphasis as to the highest person…He who created.

Sound the Alarm !!!!!

"Blow you the trumpet in Zion,

and sound an alarm in my holy mountain:

  let all the inhabitants of the land tremble:

  for the day of the LORD comes,

  for it is near at hand" Joel 2:1

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July 29, 2013
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