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First, Middle, Last Words  (A, B, A)

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The first word in the Hebrew Lexicon (every word of the original Hebrew Old Testament) is "Father," spelled aleph, bet, which relates to alpha beta in Greek, alphabet in English.  In other words, in the alphabet is found the hidden witness of the Father and his work in these latter days.   "In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God and the word was God and the word was made flesh."
The last word in the Hebrew Lexicon is "gift,"   signifying the deliverance of the Lord's people according to the covenant, not because of anything they merit of themselves, other than their broken heart, the new heart to replace it being a gift.
The middle word in the Hebrew Lexicon can be pronounced, "Messiah," who comes among or in the midst of his people.

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See first page of "888 and Without Hands"


Compiled by Sterling D. Allan; February 26, 1998


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