Wednesday, August 28, 2013

The Hebrew Letter Quph, part 1

The 19th Hebrew letter is quphpronounced koof. It’s a lot like our letter Q. Its symbolic meaning is the eye of a needle and in both the Hebrew and the English letters you should be able to visualize the round opening of the needle and a thread going through. In Crossing the Scriptures I show how each of the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet match up with the 66 books of the Bible in an amazing and phenomenal way.
The three quph books are Psalms, Mark, and 2nd John.
In Psalms 119 verses 145 through 152 every phrase begins with a word started with the letter quph. Psalm 119 is famous as an acrostic (or alphabetic) psalm since its 176 verses stress the Hebrew alphabet. The first eight verses begin with the first Hebrew letter, the next eight with the second letter, and so on. When you get to the quph verses you find words that start with this letter such as call, arise, voice, draw near, swift, holy, horn, and wait. Read those eight words again. Don’t they give you a little chill up your spine? They tell a story, don’t they?
The quph word swift shows up in the second quph book, Mark, with unusual frequency – more about that next Wednesday.

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