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ג gimel

(h. Son of man teaching holiness and grace (in the flesh))
(h. rich man running after a poor man)
(h. pursue)
Letter name: Gimel
Alefbet order 3
Number value 3
Hebrew name גמל
Number of the name 73 => 10 => 1
Meaning of the name: camel, one weaning, requite
Secret number 16 => 7

Drawn as: vav with a yud

Hieroglyphic: The distinguishing word expressed in two parts. God distinguished holiness and grace so that man could understand. It is the extra effort to communicate where the letter gets it's vernacular hieroglyphic meaning of a rich man chasing a poor man (with the intent to share something).

First metaphor:

Ge 1:4 And God saw the light, that [it was] good: and God divided the light from the darkness.

Doctrine (Prophet):

God is Holy and Love

Reproof (Judge):

Correction (Priest):

Training (King):

Metaphor

Two trees of the Garden of Eden represent God's holiness and grace revealed through separate earthly symbols. God is 'chasing man' by trying to teach man who he is.

Not Metaphor