Behold the Hand; Behold the Nail
You may already know that when the word LORD is capitalized in some translations of the Bible, it represents the Hebrew word that is spelled Yud Hay Vav Hay, the Name of God by which He revealed Himself to Moses. You may also know that Hebrew letters represent words, as well as sounds. (This is similar to the English letter i, which is also the pronoun I.)
So the letters in the Name of God, Yud Hay Vav Hay, represent words:
Substituting these words for the Hebrew letters, Yud Hay Vav Hay becomes a sentence:
I am in awe that this intimate, personal name of God, by which He revealed Himself to Moses, holds within it the mystery of redemption and Messiah’s sacrifice, not just for Israel, but for the world!
The rest of the story is that when Yeshua was crucified,
In transliterated Hebrew, I understand that this would be Yeshua HaNotzri v’Melech HaYehudim. The first letters of these four words formed an acrostic, YHVH, or Yud Hay Vav Hay.
I am in Awe of God. Who but He could orchestrate this? Please feel free to pass this on. It was such a rich discovery - far too amazing to keep to myself.
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