This is the first word in the Strong’s Concordance #1 – FATHER
Father AV — Reading from right to left. Aleph is a ‘silent’ letter. You say it breathing in or breathing out, but there is little sound other than your breath.
Bet is the second letter. Bet can also be pronounced as a V in other words. So Bet can also be Vet.
Aleph = 1= God – Echad – Unity, Unique (no other like it). Means: Ox head—Strength or Leader, Most Important, First – The Strength and Power of the leader
Bet = 2 = Divide or Division Means: House/Family; God’s word, God’s dwelling place
So, FATHER – AV means: Father is the STRENGTH OF THE HOUSE or the FAMILY
The Father is the foundation the stabilizing force of the house.
House in the Bible also refers to TEMPLE
We are the Temple of the Holy Spirit and God is our Father.
Here are some other Aleph words. Note that Aleph takes the place of E or A. It can also take the place of U. It is a silent letter heard only as breath.
The first sentence in Genesis is: In the beginning God created the… In Hebrew the word after created is ET ET is spelled Reading from right to left –– Aleph-Tav.
Aleph is the beginning letter of the alephbet (Hebrew spelling for alphabet), and Tav is the last letter. Aleph is God and Tav means Covenant, cross, mark, complete or finished.
Jesus said I am the beginning and the end–written by Greek translators as Alpha and Omega.
Jesus is the Aleph-Tav.
In Colossians 1:16 it says: “For by Him all things were created that are in heaven and that are on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or principalities or powers. All things were created through Him and for Him.
So in the very first sentence of the Bible, Jesus is present in the Aleph-Tav.
John 1, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made.”
It is believed that the first thing God created was the Hebrew alephbet. It came before everything else. The Aleph – Tav. Out of the spoken words made up of the alephbet, all things were created.
The word ET only appears in the Bible 22 times. There are 22 letters in the Hebrew alephbet.
ET = Aleph-Tav – Jewish scholars still haven’t been able to clearly define what ET is.
Remember the movie ET – ET calls home – home was heaven. I will leave you something to think about.
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There are evidences in the Hebrew language of supernatural intelligence. No man or woman alive or dead could have created such precision in the choice of letters that spell a word. Just take a look.
We need a mother and a father to be born in this world. Mother is another Aleph word. is mother. That is an Aleph = 1 and Closed Mem = 40. So, the value of the word mother is 41. Father is Aleph = 1 and Bet = 2. The value of the word Father is 3.
When you put the value of mother and Father together, you get 45.
This is Hebrew for Yahweh or the Self- Existent, Eternal God. Here are the values of the names of the letters that form His name:
The word Yod is spelled with a Yod =10 a Vav 6 and a Dallet = 4 Together= 20
The word Hey is spelled with a Hey = 5 and an Aleph = 1 Together = 6
The word Vav is spelled with a Vav 6 an Aleph= 1 and a Vav 6 Together =13
Hey is spelled with a Hey = 5 and an Aleph= 1 Together = 6
Putting the values of all of them together: 20 + 6 + 13 + 6 = 45
MAN = 45 and GOD = 45 We are made in His image.
Also many of the Hebrew letters are created out of penning several letters together. In the case of Aleph, it is made up of a Yod on the top and a Yod on the bottom with a slanting Vav through the middle. One Yod =10 X 2= 20 and one Vav = 6. So the value of the letters forming the letter Aleph = 26.
The letters forming God’s official name are Yod, Hey, Vav, Hey.
So, we have Yod 10 Hey 5 Vav = 6 Hey = 5 10 + 5 + 6 + 5 = 26
Here again is something that doesn’t happen by chance. The letter Aleph, meaning God and God’s name have the same value – 26.
Are you beginning to see how this language is not like any other? There’s much more I could tell you, but that’s enough brain stretching for today.
For me the bottom line is this: As I study out the letters and language of Hebrew I am drawn to praise Him more and more. We have the God of all gods, the Intelligence of the universe watching over us and living in us. He is into details beyond our imagination, and He knows us personally. The study of Hebrew increases my faith in His ability to manage and lead my life as no other could. On top of all of this, our God loves us, loves us, loves us. Truly, there is no One like our God.
I hope this teaching has opened your eyes to new appreciation for the One who loves us most. Would love to hear your comments.
2 thoughts on “God Words – Father – Av”
Thank you for this teaching! It was extremely helpful.
Thank you, Daria. May God continue to bless you with a growing understanding of Him and His ways.