- From Ezekiel Chapter 35
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The letter “h” may be the most important singular letter in the Hebrew alphabet. It certainly is the most intriguing.
Like Egyptian hieroglyphs, each Hebrew letter represented a picture of something it stood for. See the picture above. It looks like a man holding his hands up in praise because he is awestruck by something supernatural he just witnessed. The ancient letter H means “BEHOLD!”
In today’s vernacular there are no words that can fully measure or comprehend this letter. It means awe-struck, jaw dropping, knee bending, incomprehensible, and mind blowing.
It is anything and everything about God that man cannot wrap his head around; creator of a universe full of many dimensions, timeless, living in the present eternally without yesterdays or tomorrows, knowing all things, being everywhere, full of energy and light, the embodiment of love, and the One for whom nothing is impossible…nothing.
Abram and Sarai were not able to have a child until God added an “h” to their names. Abram became Abraham. Sarai became Sarah. There is something supernatural about the letter “h”.
The “H” is called “He” or “Hey”. It has evolved from it’s ancient pictograph to look like this:
One would not be able to recognize it from its original form.
See the change in Sarai and Abram’s name, each one with the added “h” (in red).
There is another name which stands out using the letter “h”. It is the name of Yehova; spelled using four letters called the Tetragrammaton, two of the four letters are the letter “h”; Behold and Behold!
In ancient Hebrew it looks like the following:
What two things does God point to, using “Behold” in His name?
What is ?
And what is ?
Remember, these are pictures. What do they look like? The first is a nail and the second is a hand.
The Hebrew letter “h” is surrounded by the supernatural in miracles, and is part of God’s name translated “Yehova”, which literally means “Behold my nail, Behold my hand”.
BEHOLD!MY NAIL! BEHOLD! MY HAND!
Or in modern writing:
One other interesting note of interest.
The letter “h” wasn’t always written like this: but it was also written like this: . Instead of a man with his hands raised in praise, it looks like a man on a cross. The shroud of Turin, also called the burial cloth of Christ, shows a man who had both feet nailed together with one stake, just like the second pictograph of the letter “h”. Instead of two legs, there is only one leg like the man on the cross.
From Ezekiel 35:3 we learn that BEHOLD and I AM are the same Hebrew word hēn.
“Behold, Mount Seir, I Am Against You”
- The Hebrew word hēn is translated as both “behold” and “I am”.
- hēn (behold!) har (mount) śēʿîr (Seir), hēn (I am) ‘ēl (against you)
“BEHOLD! I AM … that I AM!
(An Everlasting God of Miracles)
Exodus 3:14 And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you: I AM creator of a universe full of many dimensions, timeless, living in the present eternally without yesterdays or tomorrows, knowing all things, being everywhere, full of energy and light, the embodiment of love, and the One for whom nothing is impossible…nothing.