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.
Just a thought on the Hebrew letters before we go on. Remember that the letters unveil levels of consciousness or awareness. They are keys that unlock. If you had to picture Jesus as a building, that building has different floors, and each floor has a row of rooms. The Letters are the floors (dimensions) that take you deeper into this building, unlocking the rooms (realms) to experience and release the potential and purpose of the building (Jesus).
The Hebrew Letter KAF is the 11th letter in the AlephBeyt and has a Gematria (numerical value) of 20. KAF is spelled כפ. Numerical values are also helpful to understand relationships between the Letters. A Double YUD = 10+10 = 20(KAF), or YOD 10 +VAV 6 + DALETH 4 = 20. So there would be a relationship between these letters and KAF, and these letters unlock characteristics in each other. The Double YOD would have a special relationship with KAF. I highlight this because they are keys to engage with when you pray. You can apply this to all the letters.
Considering the KAF and its design, there is an upper and lower horizontal part held together by a vertical section. To me it resembles an extension of the head and the foot of the VAV. If you remember from our previous Throne Room session, we highlighted how integrated the VAV and the YUD are, intertwined and inseparable. The YUD is suspended in the air, and the KAF, its design reaches into the Upper realms of the YUD, transfers it down the stairway of the VAV into the here and now.
The KAF is all about in filling. Grammatically it serves as a prefix with the meaning ‘as or like’. So whatever KAF brings down is to fill up that we may be like or as…. as above, so below… though technically we are no longer below, but you get what I’m saying.
KAF. Means ‘palm of your hand,’ or ‘hollow,’.
1 Kings 8:54 NIV
When Solomon had finished all these prayers and supplications to the Lord, he rose from before the altar of the Lord, where he had been kneeling with his hands spread out toward heaven.
Consider the above scripture: KAF lifts from an Altar… Divine encounter… and brings down what is hidden in YUD or the heavenlies. As the altar in your spirit is alight with the fire of YHVH’s Glory, KAF enables us to rise and step into the Glory brought down & opens the gateway to both receive and give. There is something extremely engaging yet humble about KAF that kneels yet rises.
Engaging this letter enables you to raise your level of consciousness of who you are as a VAV inside of YUD, it helps realise and release your inheritance. The presence of Jesus raises our awareness to receive as sons and manifest His Glory in and through us. Each level of consciousness opens up and manifest new realities of Christ in us who is the hope of Glory. KAF facilitates the Beyt (temple), you, and raises the awareness and intensity of the Glory fire raging from within. Because of KAF, we mirror the Glory, which means those who look at you, are consumed by the burning bush.
1 John 4:17 NIV
This is how love is made complete among us so that we will have confidence on the day of judgment: In this world we are like Jesus.
KAF helps fulfil this scripture, it facilitates and mirrors the image of Yahweh in us through Christ. This letter continues to mirror the Glory into our spirit as that frequency aligns and tunes our spirit man. The Hebrew word for Glory is KABOD, which starts with KAF. It’s constantly face to face with the Glory as it mirrors and radiates in our spirit. It is the Glory catalyst. It was no coincidence that Moses had a face-to-face relationship with Yahweh… that at the request to see Gods Glory… Yahweh put the palm of His hand (the KAF) to his face. KAF mirrors the Glory.
Exodus 33:22 NIV
When my glory passes by, I will put you in a cleft in the rock and cover you with my hand until I have passed by.
Another word that strongly relates to the structure of KAF is KAPAL כפל
Kapal means to fold double.
Exodus 26:8-9 NIV
8 All eleven curtains are to be the same sizey—thirty cubits long and four cubits wide.b
9 Join five of the curtains together into one set and the other six into another set. Fold the sixth curtain double at the front of the tent.
11 curtains were made to cover the tabernacle. Which is the 11th Hebrew letter… yes…KAF. 5+5 of those curtains were folded double. Then it specifically states … the 6th curtain is to be folded double at the front of the tabernacle. Who is the 6th letter.. VAV.. and who is VAV?…. yes, YOU. When KAF reaches into YUD and transfers from the above into the below, a doubling up takes place as a merger of the two ignites a manifestation of the Glory. That manifestation, set apart for the sons of God, the 6th curtain at the entrance to experience a double portion of the Glory. That is amazing stuff. Once it mirrors in our spirit, this letter also functions as a container to be filled, and then pours out into our daily circumstances.
You know what I so love about the Hebrew letters; they reveal the secrets embedded in & through Yeshua living in us. The letters are frequency notes, that when combined, releases a symphonic sound from the Throne Room aligning the spirit realm for a Glory encounter.
Significant words with KAF
Crown – כתר
Honor – כבוד
Vessel – כלי
Hidden – כמוס
The Angel of KAF is Keterial כתריא. Keter means ‘Crown’. EL means ‘God’ = Crown of God.
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