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The ''he'' ה is drawn with a ''dalet'' ד as the commandment, then a ''vav'' returns halfway up the left side. The response is not a full response because the commandment is not understood. The response is like when sheep ''hear'' the shepherd's voice. <ref group="s">Joh 10:27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me:</ref> They are drawn to it, but they do not understand the words.  
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The ''he'' ה is drawn with a ''dalet'' ד as the commandment, then a ''vav'' returns halfway up the left side. The response is not a full response because the commandment is not understood. The Hebrews did not understand that the law was a schoolmaster <ref group="s">Ga 3:24 Wherefore the law was our schoolmaster [to bring us] unto Christ, that we might be justified by faith.</ref> and the real meaning was a hidden prophecy of the cross. <ref group="s">Heb 10:1 ¶ For the law having a shadow of good things to come, [and] not the very image of the things, can never with those sacrifices which they offered year by year continually make the comers thereunto perfect.</ref> The response is like when sheep ''hear'' the shepherd's voice. <ref group="s">Joh 10:27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me:</ref> They are drawn to it, but they do not understand the words.  
  
 
''He'' means 'aha!' It is the response of recognition. <ref group="v">he ה - aha, ''m.'' to be drawn to God but not understanding, hearing</ref> <ref group="q">When does a sheep decide which shepherd to follow?</ref> <ref group="v">How much does a sheep have to understand the shepherd to be his sheep?</ref>
 
''He'' means 'aha!' It is the response of recognition. <ref group="v">he ה - aha, ''m.'' to be drawn to God but not understanding, hearing</ref> <ref group="q">When does a sheep decide which shepherd to follow?</ref> <ref group="v">How much does a sheep have to understand the shepherd to be his sheep?</ref>

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Pneumnemonic Hebrew for Beginners->PHB: Letter families->PHB: dalet - Commandment family דהחך

The meaning of each letter in the Dalet ד or Commandment Family has something to do with the commandment.

Dalet ד

The dalet ד is the commandment.

He ה

The he ה is drawn with a dalet ד as the commandment, then a vav returns halfway up the left side. The response is not a full response because the commandment is not understood. The Hebrews did not understand that the law was a schoolmaster [s 1] and the real meaning was a hidden prophecy of the cross. [s 2] The response is like when sheep hear the shepherd's voice. [s 3] They are drawn to it, but they do not understand the words.

He means 'aha!' It is the response of recognition. [v 1] [q 1] [v 2]

Chet ח

The chet is drawn like a he ה but the vav on the left returns all the way to the top. This represents that the commandment was understood. The meaning of chet is 'dismay', because when you really understand God's command, you are dismayed. [v 3] [q 2] [q 3]

The chet ח symbol represents life in many cultures. They may pronounce it chee. Understanding is represented by seeing. One cannot understand (see) the teaching of Christ (the kingdom) unless he has been born again. [s 4] Understanding is a sign of the beginning of life.

When you draw the vav of the chet say, "understood" or "saw".

Final kof ך

The final kof ך is the form used when a kof כ is at the end of a word. We examined the kof כ when we discussed the nun נ. The nun נ is the Son of Man, and the kof כ is the Son of God; fully God and fully man by nature, as indicated by the long horizontal vav's.

Kof means 'spoon' or 'palm of the hand' and the final form ך represents the Son of God died according to the commandment (which is why it looks like a large dalet). [v 4] [q 4] [s 5]

As you draw the final kof say, "The Son of God died".

Questions

  1. When does a sheep decide which shepherd to follow?
  2. Why does understanding the commandment cause dismay?
  3. The Gospel of Thomas (2) says, ... The one who seeks should not cease seeking until he finds. And when he finds, he will be dismayed... Could the chet be the source of Thomas's riddle?
  4. Consider in light of the final work of the Son of God: "Isa 49:16 Behold, I have graven thee upon the palms of [my] hands; thy walls [are] continually before me."

References


Scripture

  1. Ga 3:24 Wherefore the law was our schoolmaster [to bring us] unto Christ, that we might be justified by faith.
  2. Heb 10:1 ¶ For the law having a shadow of good things to come, [and] not the very image of the things, can never with those sacrifices which they offered year by year continually make the comers thereunto perfect.
  3. Joh 10:27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me:
  4. Joh 3:3 Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.
  5. Isa 49:16 Behold, I have graven thee upon the palms of [my] hands; thy walls [are] continually before me.

Vocabulary

  1. he ה - aha, m. to be drawn to God but not understanding, hearing
  2. How much does a sheep have to understand the shepherd to be his sheep?
  3. chet ח or חת - dismay, m. understood, seeing
  4. final kof ך - palm of the hand, m. last work, the Son of God died