The ancient Hebrew word barach is one of the most asked about words in ancient
Hebrew. This ancient Hebrew word is made of three Hebrew letters, Bet-Resh-Chet, each one with its own unique picture story.
The first letter, the Bet reveals a prince or man of authority standing on a fallen Vav. The letter Vav is connected to man
because Vav is the sixth letter and man was created on the sixth day. So in the letter Bet we see revealed a man of authority
who has fallen. The next letter is the letter Resh, the Resh reveals a prince or man of authority. This man appears
to have revived from a wound bringing him to or near death. But our last letter the Chet reveals that this man
will be completely cut off with no one to help. Our third letter Chet means to be cut off, closed as in a closed door.
As we go deeper into our subject word we find the sub word bar/bet - resh, in Hebrew. Strong's #1248. The meaning of
this word is son or grandson. At this point we begin to see a story about this man emerge from the letters themselves.
Another use of the word Bar reveals that this man is a prince, heir to the throne as found in Strong's #1248. Is this
the man to come, who at the proper time will rule the world as he proclaims himself to be god, or is this a parallel
of the events that Yashua experienced? Barach is the word that Yashua used to describe how satan will be thrown down
from the heavenly abode. A variant spelling of our subject word barach is Bet-Resh-Qooph with a hard "K" sound. Strong's
#1299 and means lightning. In this spelling the last letter the Qooph tells of a man who is brutish, hard, violent, contrary
to the things of Elohim. The deeper meanings here may be hard for some to see, but we are looking at two different words with
the same spelling in English. In one case barach means to bless or worship and in the other case this word means
to flee or to be a temporary light as in the case of lightning. Looking deeper we can see some stark differences. In the second
spelling we see the word bar = son and the letter Qooph meaning to be contrary, violent, hard. This man has set himself up
to oppose the plan of Elohim. Simply put, He is the son of the adversary. But in the first spelling we find the word bar =
son and the Hebrew letter Chet. The Chet points to one who is the door for us to enter and a closed door to those who
oppose Elohim's plan. He is also the one who was cut off for us, this cutting off is connected to the covenant of Elohim,
this is the very death suffered by Messiah for us. There is also a connection to the brit melah or
circumcision, the sign of the covenant between Elohim and man. Today we still look for the circumcision of our hearts.
Our vision and our
mission is to reveal through the Holy word of Elohim the revelation of our Messiah Yashua in the ancient Hebrew letters. This
we will do to the glory of Elohim our heavenly Father. These mysteries are revealed by the author of The Messiah Codes,
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