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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.


Into to the Hebrew letters, Intro to Aleph, Intro to Beyt, Intro to Gimmel, Intro to Dalet, Intro Hey.

Intro to VAV, Intro to Zayin, Intro to CHET,






The Hebrew letter TETט is the ninth letter in the AlephBet and bears the numerical value of 9.  TET comprises TET, YUD, TAV טית = a numerical value of 419. Its literal meaning is Snake & basket.

The first time TET  appears in the Bible is in Genesis, in the word ‘Tov’ (good). Its meditative focus would be on the goodness of Yahweh.

Genesis 1:4 NIV

God saw that the light was good, and he separated the light from the darkness.

Psalm 34:8 NIV

Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him.

Exodus 33:19 NIV

And the Lord said, “I will cause all my goodness to pass in front of you, and I will proclaim my name, the Lord, in your presence. I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion.

Moses desire was for the manifest experience of the Glory of God.  Yahweh said, He’ll let His goodness pass before Moses. TET As goodness prepares our hearts to receive the fullness God has for us. By experiencing His goodness,  Yahweh was giving Moses a taste of what’s to come. TET is the bridge into the manifest Glory of God,  hence why ט appears before the Hebrew letter YUD.

Think of Genesis.  Every time God created, He said that it was good. TET as a bridge and cross over prepares our hearts and positions us as vessels to be ready.  By God saying it is good, He was proclaiming the readiness of what He created to receive and encounter His Glory.

TET Teaches us about transcendence. It is the ability to break out from ordinary limitations,  to exceed beyond what is normal.  TET reminds us to transcend our current circumstances and challenges, to experience and manifest the goodness of God in the shadow’s valley of death.  Although we go through that valley, TET encourages us to keep going. It elevates your position and brings about promotion. ט starts the Hebrew word (Tabbaat), which means a signet ring. That ring speaks of status, royalty and responsibility. Through this letter, we are positioned to execute our authority as kings.

Though we are physical, our makeup is to manifest the supernatural. This amazing letter enables the super to become natural. The challenging part about TET is it doesn’t necessarily change your circumstances, but rather changes you. It shapes the vessel that carries and manifests the Glory of YHVH. a True king is humble, and cares for others above himself.

If you think of TET’s shape, it looks like a container with an opening at the top, creating the ability to receive and share the goodness of YHVH. Though we are supernatural beings,  this letter reminds us to be vessels of honour,  to make the supernatural,  natural and practical.  To show the goodness of God in giving,  caring,  and loving towards mankind,  especially those we feel don’t deserve.

A Different facet of ט is its appearance in the word ‘travel’ טיל. It’s a word where ט appears before the YUD as in the AlephBet. Let’s ponder on the physical aspect.  Travel allows you to see places you have never seen before.  It is a journey of discovery, expanding your horizons and broadening your understanding, increasing your experiences, therefore brings about maturity and wisdom. Translating that to the spiritual, TET as a bridge, enables us to travel and experience the spirit realm.  As a container, it reveals the potential and abilities that we have as a TET to move and operate in the supernatural realm that surpasses time and space. The letter creates the opportunity to explore the wonders of who Yahweh is and the inheritance laid up for the sons of God to experience and release the Glory of Yahweh. It enables us to explore and encounter the realms and dimensions of the heavenlies, discovering the gems of the throne room of God and allowing his goodness to bask in us as vessels. By engaging TET,  like with Joshua,  the sun or time will stand still to fulfil the purposes of God.

Joshua 10:12-13

On the day the Lord gave the Amorites over to Israel, Joshua said to the Lord in the presence of Israel: “Sun, stand still over Gibeon, and you, moon, over the Valley of Aijalon.” So the sun stood still, and the moon stopped, till the nation avenged itself on its enemies, as it is written in the Book of Jashar. The sun stopped in the middle of the sky and delayed going down about a full day.

There is the practical side of TET,  and then there is the spiritual side.  ט brings the wisdom of CHET  and the supernatural of YUD to bridge and intertwine. This is how the influence of the sons of God will increase,  by harnessing the supernatural and making it practical in a physical world. TET is equally likened to a womb. It is the ability to create and bring forth, to birth something new or the next. Are you in that place? Are you sensing your next is near? As king (Zayin), we engage with wisdom (Chet), to bring forth the next (Tet) on the blueprint or scroll of your life (Hey). You see how you can put the puzzle pieces of unique aspects of the letters together in your prayer life to engage,  create and release. Last, if we think of the numerical value of the word TET is 419. 4+1+9= 14 & 1+4= 5.

MEMמ is the 14th letter and means water. מ is central in creation as God separated the waters above from below to create. ה is the 5th letter and signifies breath of God. TET finds its self amid 2 significant letters that are cornerstones of creation. TET brings two worlds together to manifest kingdom realities.

Words with TET:

Fortress טירה

Immersion טבילה

Lamb טלה

Pure טהור

The angel of ט is Tuvial טוביאל or just angel of Tet.



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