If you are new to this Journey with the Hebrew letters, i want to encourage you to read the preceding blogs to catch up and give you a better foundation. If this is a new journey for you, you are still at the right place. You might not get or understand everything, just keep moving forward. 1% is 1% you never had.
a Couple of weeks ago, I released a blog about ‘Engaging the breath of Yahweh’, I highly recommend you read it again. By preparing this blog I had my work cut out to not repeat what I said in that blog, but they most certainly overlap. ה and the breath of YHVH is for me such a mystical experience, and I often find myself just breathing in the breath of God. I know this example might be gross, but your breath reveals what you put in your mouth or ate. What goes in, comes out. Time spent with YHVH and meditating on Him is key to engaging the breath.
When you look at the construction of HEY ה, it is a YUD with a RESHר hanging over it. Resh is the Chief and speaks of original intent. When I connect with Hey, I am engaging my blue print and destiny hidden within ה, my original intent.
Genesis 1:1 NIV
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.
The first time the Hebrew letter HEY appears in the bible is in Gen 1:1, in the word ELOHIM אלהים, appearing in the centre of the word. The 1st time it features as a ‘standalone’ is at ‘the’, between created and heavens, the focus on being ‘the heavens’.
Psalm 33:6 NIV
By the word of the Lord the heavens were made, their starry host by the breath of his mouth.
Can you imagine, the spectacular presentation and display of the movements of the breath of God during creation? Just picture being part of the Heavenly hosts, partnering with God, creating. It must have been absolutely awe-inspiring to witness what was in the breath of God. Colours, frequency, fireworks, dances of majestic colours blending and shaping with the Hebrew letters bringing about creation. It is a picture that all the words from eternity past to infinity and beyond could never express.
Matthew 13:35 NIV
So was fulfilled what was spoken through the prophet: “I will open my mouth in parables, I will utter things hidden since the creation of the world.”
Without a doubt, there is something secretive and mysterious around the Hebrew letter ה. Hey is the fifth letter in the AlephBeyt and is key to the action of breath. By pronouncing HEY, the breath is engaged and released. It also means window, to behold. HEY is central to many key events. When God spoke, activating His breath for creation to take action. I believe with all my heart that HEY is a letter pivotal to co-create in Christ.
It is no coincidence that the letter appears in the middle of Elohim אלהים, as it is the breath that activates and holds all things together by His word.
Hebrews 1:3 NIV
The Son is the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of his being, sustaining all things by his powerful word. After he had provided purification for sins, he sat down at the right hand of the Majesty in heaven.
The letter appears twice in the word Yahweh, יהוה, signify that there’s a breathing in and out of the name of God. There is a frequency and vibration, a secret hidden code grafted within the breath of God, that when released, creation responds to its fragrance and rises to its original purpose. Breath is life and there is something spectacular about ה that activates and brings into being the house of wisdom. Hidden within HEY, the breath of God, are all the blueprints of creation, that when released forms a hologram in the spirit for creation to mould itself to original intent. The creative ability within the breath is staggering and beyond comprehension, made available to the sons of God to flesh out the dry bones.
Hebrew for ‘Mouth’
Mouth – פֶּה—mouth; opening; mouthful, portion; edict, command, declaration
It is so significant that ה is positioned in the word ‘mouth’, & even more so being the last. I think of the scripture that says we will be held accountable for every word we speak. That statement might sound excessive and at times even outrageous, but think about it. If we are to be held accountable, it can only mean one thing… every word initiates an action… so in other words, IT CREATES. I don’t know about you, but thinking about it that way, you feel the weight of that responsibility. My spiritual father always reminded me, Scharl, be careful what you say. A cheque carries no value until you sign it, it is the same with your tongue, it signs off. It gives authority. The reason it carries authority is that, within the breath of man, is the breath of YHVH.
If this realm of consciousness lands with the sons of God, we will experience an abundance of fruit as we come to realise the substance of our destiny lies within the breath… ה
The book of Ezekiel is a very special book. So many secrets and mysteries lie embedded in his experience with the Breath at the valley of dry bones. I want to highlight one particular verse:
Ezekiel 37:5 NIV
This is what the Sovereign Lord says to these bones: I will make breath enter you, and you will come to life.
Between ‘to’ & ‘these’, you find the Hebrew word ‘HINEH הנה’, which means ‘to call the details to attention, HEY LOOK!!!’ Whenever we speak or declare into a situation, a promise that Yahweh has given us, or even a dream & vision. As we release the breath into it, ה says: Look, this is your destiny, this is what your blue print is. I realised the responsibility with ה is tremendous, because if I’m negative, or speak with doubt or lack of faith, through ה, I’m giving that doubt a framework to manifest.
You realise that when YHVH put His breath in man; He equipped them with His ability. That breath carries an authority that calls to attention that which is already created, and calls into being that which does not exist. Tremendous power.
a Quote from Daniel Cook: Friends of Eber
HEY frames what YHVH has spoken and released
Hey is the framework for release. Which explains HEY in the name of Abraham and Sarah, framing to release the seeds of all nations
Hey represents a birthing, Hey frames tangible evidence, it holds within it the seed until ready for birthing.
Daniel has such a passion for the Hebrew letters, it’s well worth it to check out his website & what they do at TZIMTZUM.life
I pray that you, like Moses, will engage with Yahweh FACE to FACE…BREATH to BREATH, as you breath in and release YHVH’s destiny for you.
Significant words that start with ה:
Sound – הגה
Meditation – הגות
Listening – האזנה
Glory – הוד
The angel for breath is Hadriel
I’ve had a couple of requests for how I came to the names of the angels.
First, they attach an angel’s name to their mandate, their function. It’s not always down to the tee, however is suggested. EL אל means God. El is written into the name as an angel is sent from YHVH and has the mission of Yahweh at heart. Whatever an angel’s mandate or mission is, their names are often derived from it, as it forms part of their DNA. El would be written into the angels name as it signifies origin… FROM GOD אל. So the angel of Hey would be HADRIEL הדריאל. Splendour or majesty הדר + God אל. The breath of God, the Hey, is the splendour of YHVH. PLEASE… PLEASE…PLEASE don’t be dogmatic about it. If YHVH reveals a unique name to you… He can cause he’s God. If you just refer to the angel as ‘the angel of Hey’, that’s awesome. Knowing a name definitely makes it personal, why I tell you about it. As long as you engage, that’s the important part.
I love you with all my heart. If you have questions, you are welcome to mail me, I’ll try to work them into the blogs. If you need more info on the other letters, wait till we get there. Don’t rush the process. The reason we cover a letter per week, is so you have time to engage and make it your own. There’s lots more i can give you, but the idea is to spark a passion and a hunger in you to go deeper yourself. To give too much, you will only engage in someone else’s revelations, when YHVH wants to give you your own.
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