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* revelation to man, pref: in ב *


revealed to man, in ב

In, to (particularly when used as a prefix), ב ↫☇ 'revelation to man, Christ incarnate [1], Christ indwelling, entering a house [2]

Letter name: Bet
Alefbet order 2
Number value 2
Hebrew name בת
Number of the name 6
Meaning of the name: house, daughter
Secret number 206 -> 8


Drawn as:

Rosh ר with a horizontal vav ו

Hieroglyphic:

Revelation to the living. (The horizontal vav distinguishes between those who are alive and those who are dead. Letters which descend below the line indicate death.

First metaphor:

Ge 1:1 ¶ In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
The first letter of the first word is bet. It is the beginning of the revelation to man.

Doctrine (Prophet):

Reproof (Judge):

Correction (Priest):

Training (King):

Metaphor

The bet ב is a resh ר (revelation) that meets the lower horizontal bar of the square letter template at a right angle. The right angle means that the revelation was heard. In the dalet ד the right angle in the upper right corner meant that the word was spoken. The difference between the 'word' and the revelation' is the difference between the Torah and the Messiah. The Torah was the spoken word of God and the Messiah was the living Word of God.

The bet is the Messiah received by men. As a prefix to a word it is translated 'in'. This is where “In the beginning “ comes from. “In” is a good translation of the hieroglyphic meaning; it is God's desire to dwell “in” men (Ro 8:9). We receive Christ “in” us (Col 1:27) when we first believe. The revelation of God dwells “in” men”.

The way that Jewish children learn the letter is that it looks like a door to a house. The name of the letter, “bet” is the word for house. Bethlehem means “house of bread”. The door to the house is where you come in. Jesus says “I stand at the door and knock.” (Re 3:20). John didn't need a special revelation to write this. He could determine it from the hieroglyphic meaning of the letter “bet”.

  1. Php 2:7 But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men:
  2. Heb 3:6 But Christ as a son over his own house; whose house are we, if we hold fast the confidence and the rejoicing of the hope firm unto the end.