The House that YHWH built......

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Let the YaHuWsHua dwell in your hearts through belief – having become rooted and grounded in love,
For YHWH says
My house will be called a House of Prayer for all peoples.“
They shall build me a Temple and I will dwell in them." Not "in it," the Sages explain, but "in them"--in each and every Y'isra'al'ite. "Dwelling in them" is, in essence, the revelation of Divinity in the people of Y’Isra’al,

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The House that YHWH built......

  1. 1. The House that YHWH built In a beginning ALuaHiYM created hashomayim (the heavens, Himel) and haaretz (the earth). The very first letter of the Torah is BEYT, even though the first letter in the Hebrew ALEF- BEYT is ALEF why
  2. 2. The letter Beyt, from the word "house," refers to YHWH's house: "My house will be called a House of Prayer for all peoples.“ The Midrash states that the Divine motivation for creation was that the Sacred One, Blessed Be He, desired a dwelling place in lower reality. The fulfilment of this desire begins with the creation of ISH a Raukh Being enclothed in light, and proceeds with the multiplication of ish, to "conquer" the whole universe and make it the kingdom of YHWH. The Torah precedes the detailed description of the Tabernacle and its vessels with the statement of its ultimate purpose: "They shall build me a Temple and I will dwell in them." Not "in it," the Sages explain, but "in them"--in each and every Y'isra'al'ite. "Dwelling in them" is, in essence, the revelation of Divinity in the people of Y’Isra’al, ever present but often "shadowed," as in the time of exile and destruction of the Temple. The innate sanctity of the people of Y’Isra’al, the "sanctuary of YHWH," when revealed and linked to that of the land of Y’Isra’al, causes the Scared Land to expand and eventually encompass all the earth (lower reality): "the land of Y’Isra’al will in the future spread out to all the lands of the earth.“ Beyt is numerically equal to the word "ta'avah," which means "desire" or "passion" (412). In general, "ta'avah" connotes a negative human property. However, in several places "ta'avah" denotes the positive passion of the tzadik, the righteous man. One passage in Proverbs states: "He will fulfil the passion of the tzadik," and a second says: "the passions of tzaddikim are only good." The "ta'avah" of YHWH, the "Tzadik of the world," is altogether above reason and logic. At this level one cannot ask "why." BEYT ‫ב‬
  3. 3. "With whom did the Sacred One, Blessed be He, take counsel whether or not to create the world? With the souls of the tzadikim." The "souls of the tzadikim" refers to all Y'Isra'alie souls, as is said: "All your people are tzadikim." YHWH's connotation as the "Tzadik of the world" refers to the absolute origin and unity of the Y'Isra'alie soul in His very Essence. When the soul descends to be enclothed in the finite consciousness and experience of a seemingly mundane body, its task is to become the tzadik below in true emulation of its Source, the "Tzadik Above." This is accomplished through the refinement and purification of passion, ta'avah, to become "only good. "With whom did the Sacred One, Blessed be He, take counsel whether or not to create the world? With the souls of the tzadikim." The "souls of the tzadikim" refers to all Y'Isra'alie souls, as is said: "All your people are tzadikim." YHWH's connotation as the "Tzadik of the world" refers to the absolute origin and unity of the Y'Isra'alie soul in His very Essence. When the soul descends to be enclothed in the finite consciousness and experience of a seemingly mundane body, its task is to become the tzadik below in true emulation of its Source, the "Tzadik Above." This is accomplished through the refinement and purification of passion, ta'avah, to become "only good." The "Tzadik Above" dwells in the House built for Him by the tzadik below. Here, the deepest passion of the Creator reaches fulfilment. The large beyt, the first letter of the Torah and the beginning of Creation, expresses this ultimate purpose, as is said: "The final deed arose first in thought." In the first word of the Torah, Bereshiyth, the three "servant" letters--the prefix beyt" and the two suffix letters, yud and tav - spell bayit, "house" (equivalent to the full spelling of the letter beyt). The root of "bereshiyth," rosh, means "head." Thus the most "natural" permutation of bereshiyth reads: rosh bayit, "the head of the house." One permutation of the letters rosh is osher, "happiness." When the tzadik draws YHWH, the "Head," into His House, it becomes a house of true and eternal happiness.
  4. 4. The drawing down of the "Head" to dwell in His "House" below, in true happiness, is the secret of bracha, "blessing," which begins with the letter Beyt. Our Sages teach that the "big beyt" begins the Creation, and the Torah as a whole, with the power of blessing. YHWH blesses His creation, which He creates with the attribute of loving kindness, the attribute of Abraham, as will be explained in the letter hei. Abraham, the first Y'Isra'alie soul, is subsequently entrusted with the Divine power of blessing, the "big beyt" of Creation, as is said: "And you shall be [the one who bestows] blessing." Afterwards, at the time of his circumcision, he was given the "small hei" of Creation, the power to draw down and manifest the Divine blessing of happiness in the smallest detail of reality. The Priestly Blessing is composed of three verses. The number of words progress in the order 3, 5, 7, with equal differences of two, Beyt. The number of letters progress in the order: 15, 20, 25, with equal differences of five, hei. Words represent full, or large consciousness, whereas letters represent particular, or small consciousness. The power to bless "fullness" is the power of the beyt, as is said: "And full with the blessing of YHWH." The power to draw down the blessing to the smallest detail of reality is that of hei. This service of Abraham, and all Jews after him, leads to the fulfilment of the ultimate intention of Creation, the realization of Y'Isra'al power of blessing, that the domain of the King (the "Head of the House") extend to encompass all reality and, thereby, bestow true happiness to all.
  5. 5. ha erets ayth ha shamayin a-t ALuaHiYM barah Bereshiyth Each Hebrew letter has a name, a numerical value, and a specific meaning. In the case of "bayt," the letter means, house or tent. In Bereshiyth 1:1, the letter "B" has received what is known in the Masoretic text as a "dages forte," which is the small dot that appears in the centre of the letter. A dages forte is there to remind the reader to double the letter. [It could be loosely called a form of shorthand] So the first word would have been written (in an earlier text) as "Bbereshiyth." The portraying the letter in its primary (and archaic) meaning, "house or tent," or more specifically, "YHWH's house." So as to say, before anything was created, at the commencement of creation; there was YHWH's house (bayt). It always existed as such.
  6. 6. The Tent of Meeting (or )The Tent of the Congregation)
  7. 7. The 1st Beyt of Bbereshiyth is the symbol of the house of YHWH which is infinity-eternity meaning everything that exists , in its totality. In this place ( YHWH HOUSE) the creator is „Echad“ Listen, Y’Isra’al! YHWH is our Aluahiym ! Only YHWH! The word Alef meaning head has no sound, the word Beyt is the sound or Voice of YHWH, and so we say “ And He commanded and it was so” Isa 43:10 -11 “You are My witnesses,” declares ‫יהוה‬,“ And My servant whom I have chosen, so that you know and believe Me, and understand that I am He. Before Me there was no AL formed, nor after Me there is none. “I, I am ‫יהוה‬, and besides Me there is no saviour. I AM
  8. 8. I AM Yâhuwchânâ´n 16:27-28 For the Father Himself brotherly loves you, because ye have brotherly loved Me, and have been persuaded that I came forth from beside of the mighty One. I came forth out of the Father and have come into the world. And again I leave the world and go before the Father.”
  9. 9. I AM I AM HE YaHuWaH
  10. 10. Here, O Y’Isra'al, I AM HE WHO IS SELF EXISTENT, The Great 'Al of All Increase ; I AM HE WHO IS SELF EXISTENT, The Only One.] .. exact Hebrew translation. ANI HuWE
  11. 11. The "aleph" is the first letter of the Hebrew aleph-beyt. This consonant is silent. I am the A and the Z , says YHWH, ’Aloha Tsvâ’ówth (the mighty Ones of hosts ), Who is, and Who was, yet Who is coming !” Z This is the ENGLISH translation, remember! In the `Ivríyth (Hebrew) Yâhuwshúa` spoke, He said “Aleph and Tâw”, but the meaning is lost to the English-speaking reader. Yâhuwshúa` did not say the letters in Greek! Hosts The Greek and Aramaic translations of the Tenákh replace “Tsvâ’ówth” (of hosts) with “the Almighty” when it follows His name. These also use this same phrase to replace ’Äl Shaddâ´y when it occurs alone. Apparently here in the Greek and Aramaic translations, the phrase got separated from His name, since other places it is together (e.g. 5:8, 11:17). coming Having identified the Person Who manifested Himself to Yâhuwchânâ´n as being Yâhuwshúa`, this verse positively identifies Yâhuwshúa` as YHWH the mighty Ones of Hosts, and goes even further, saying He PRESENTLY is Him, and He WAS Him before His coming and dying in the flesh, and Who is the same One Who COMES in our future
  12. 12. TO BE CONTINUED www.slideshare.net/keiyah

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