God’s signature found on Jerusalem
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNOlcqlSM0Q AND THE NAME SHALL BECOME ONE. MANA (BREAD)
Secret of the Hebrew letter Shin 21 day of declarations by TM
Te – The
Mana – Bread
wa – That/Time
TeManawa – The Heart
To the ancient Hebrews the heart was the mind, the thoughts. When we are told to love Elohiym with all our heart (Deut 6:5) it is not speaking of an emotional love, but to keep our minds and our thoughts working for him. The first picture in this Hebrew word is a shepherd staff and represents authority, as the shepherd has authority over his flock. The second letter is the picture of the floor plan of the nomadic tent and represents the idea of being inside, as the family resides within the tent. When combined they mean “the authority within”.
Yah” was “Creator” and that “Hovah” was destruction
The true name of the Israelite’s GOD is AHAYAH vs YHWH the Aramaic god
Ahayah[God] in the name of Yashiya[Jesus] and Ruwach[Holy-Spirit] Shin is also one of the seven letters which receive special crowns (called tagin) when written in a Sefer Torah. See Gimmel, Ayin, Teth, Nun, Zayin, and Tzadi.
…14The hair of His head was white like wool, as white as snow, and His eyes were like a blazing fire. (SHIN)15His feet were like polished bronze refined in a furnace, and His voice was like the roar of many waters.(As Rabbi passed on GODS TRUE NAME every 7 years a ritual of standing in water) 16He held in His right hand seven stars
The Rider on the White Horse
11Then I saw heaven standing open, and there before me was a white horse. And its rider is called Faithful and True. With righteousness He judges and wages war.
12He has eyes like blazing fire, and many royal crowns on His head. He has a name written on Him that only He Himself knows. 13He is dressed in a robe dipped in blood, and His name is The Word of God.…
The Word of God
Dabar-Yahweh means roughly Word of the Lord.
The verb דבר (dabar) (A). As a verb, this word generally denotes the producing of whatever the same word means as noun, hence: to speak, declare, warn, threaten, command, promise, sing . . . etc. The noun always denotes a message or at least a verbal unit that came from contemplative thought, or (according to HAW Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament ) “most matters pertaining to moral and ideal values”.
The feminine noun דבורה (deborah) (via B to A), meaning bee (its curious plural דברים or דבורים looks like a common masculine plural; Deuteronomy 1:44, Psalm 118:12, Judges 14:8). Some commentators imagine that the bee was called “a speaker” because of its buzzing. But that can not be true for two reasons. First of all, the bee is not the only animal that makes sound. And secondly, because the bee doesn’t speak with its buzzing.
We suggest that the bee was named by means of the dbr root because it produces honey. Honey was the chief sweetener in the olden days, and although God’s words are sweater than honey (Psalm 119:103), Ezekiel reports that the scroll full of lamentations that God gave him tasted after it. Manna tasted like honey-wafers; manna also showed the glory of the Lord (Exodus 16:7) and Jesus compares himself to it (John 6:31-35). The promised land was a land of milk and honey (and Paul compares early learning to milk).