Aleph – Tav
The Beginning and the End.
The First and the Last.
The First and the Last and Everything in between.
‘Aleph – Tav’ is the equivalent shorthand for the word ‘alphabet’ or ‘ABC’s’ since Aleph is the first letter and Tav is the last letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
Aleph – Tav is equivalent to the idea of ‘A to Z’ in English, or ‘Alpha and Omega’ ( Α – Ω ) in Greek.
The first instances of the mysterious Hebrew word ‘et’ which is spelled Aleph-Tav are found in Genesis 1:1
“in the beginning created Elohim את the heavens ואת the earth.”
Other passages which include the Aleph-Tav include:
- Zechariah 12:10
“and they shall look to Me את whom they have pierced.”
- Micah 5:1
“And they will strike upon the cheek the את judge of Israel with a rod.”
- Revelation 22:12
“I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.“
Do you see it? Now you know. It’s true. Yeshua is the Aleph and the Tav.
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