PHB: kof - Son of God family כפףלק

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Kof כ The Son of God

The kof כ has been seen before as the Son of God in contrast to the nun נ as the Son of Man, and also in the discussion of the rosh ר or revelation, which has become man כ. All the other letters in the kof - Son of God Family will pertain to the Son of God.

Pe פ Spoke in prophecy, parable, and riddle

The pe פ is drawn as a kof כ, and then a yod י is hung from the top left. Examine the pe פ closely and you will see an invisible yod י inside the letter. This suggests that the Son of God spoke of invisible things (the hidden yod) using visible things (the dangling yod). [s 1] This is the nature of mystery, riddle, metaphor, parable and prophecy. The pe represents the Son of God as prophet, and prophecy.

Pe פא - means 'answer' and 'eye'. This relates to the metaphor of 'seeing' as a symbol for 'understanding' the mystery and works of Christ. [v 1]

Note: Some traditional symbols, allegory and metaphor are memories of when the church could read the scriptures like Christ did. Proper metaphor derives from the words themselves.

Final Pe ף Propecy was fulfilled

The Final Pe ף is drawn as a pe פ with the lower horizontal vav bent straight and descending below the baseline of the letters. This indicates that the prophet has died, meaning that prophecy has been fulfilled.

This is the final state of prophecy: "It is finished". [v 2]

Qof ק The Son of God was resurrected

The qof ק starts off like a kof כ but the lower part is bent pointing to death. Then a vav ו on the left springs up from below the baseline, from death, and returns to the top. There is a little gap between it and the top.

By way of interpretation; The Son of God died, but did not fully die. The final nun ן says that the Son of Man fully died, since it descends below the line. The Son of God was separated from the Father in death, but his life did not cease, so the line does not descend below the baseline. In death, the Son of Man was restored to his glory, so his limited state ceased and he became the Son of God in the grave and in resurrection. Remember, these are only titles suggesting the state of Christ. There is no difference in the person of the Son of God and the Son of Man. The titles force us to look at Jesus from different points of view.

"Qof" ק or קף means 'encompass'. We might say that the death and resurrection of the Son of God ק is surrounded, or encompassed in the completed mystery or prophecy ף. Or as Jesus said it better: All the scriptures speak of him. [v 3] [s 2]

Lamed ל teaching

The lamed ל starts with a small vav above the top of the Square Test Template in the very heart of God. It descends to a place a bit above the middle of the Square, then continues as the right part of the qof ק. The right part of the qof ק speaks of the death of the Son of God.

Lamed למד means 'taught' or 'teaching'. The nature of teaching is that the heart of the teacher is shared with the student who desires to learn. The heart of God is shared with his people concerning the death of his Son. [s 3] [v 4] [q 1] [a 1]

Notice that the curve of the qof ק is similar to the curve of the lamed ל. In both places they refer to the death of the Son of God. The qof ק refers to his resurrection, and the lamed ל refers to the teaching about the cross.

The symbol for teaching; the lamed ל, has a symbol for the cross within it. The cross is the key to the kingdom [teaching].

The palm kof כפ and the pigment pak פכ

As a gate, we anticipate some sort of reversal as we reverse the letters. The palm kof בפ was the place for the engraving and the pak פכ is the stain for the engraving. God wrote his prophecy in his works. The historical account is not just a writing. It is a writing about the lives of people whom he nudged and guided quietly behind the scenes to produce pictures of Christ in the pericopes, or short stories which were then written about them.

Questions

  1. What motivates you to study the word of God?

References


Scripture

  1. Ro 1:20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, [even] his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:
  2. Pr 25:2 ¶ [It is] the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings [is] to search out a matter.
  3. Isa 1:18 Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.

Vocabulary

  1. pe פ or פא - answer, eye, m. understand f. prophet, prophecy, parable
  2. final pe ף - understand, m. prophecy fulfilled
  3. qof קך - encompass, m. The cross, the Son of God died and rose from the dead
  4. lamed ל or למד - taught, teaching

Answers

  1. You can have assurance that God desires you to know him.