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Eth Meaning throughout the scriptures

  • Cynthia
    1 posts

    Shalom. I understand that Eth Cepher means Divine Book with Eth meaning divine. But I see "eth-" used throughout all of the verses and to replace it with "divine" is not making any sense to me. Here is an example: Bere'shiyth (Genesis) 1:16 - And ELOHIYM made eth-two great lights; eth_the greater light to rule the day, and eth-the lessor light to rule the night: he made the stars also.

    So what does "eth" mean in this verse?

    Shalom.

  • CycloManiac
    35 posts

    the "eth" is how you pronounce the "Aleph Tav" Hebrew letters. This little two letter root in on sense, is a modifier to the direct object in the sentence structure of the Hebrew language. But prophetically, all the "Aleph Tavs" point to the Messiah, YAHUSHA HA'MASHIACH who is called the Aleph and the Tav in the Cepher Chizayon (Book of Revelation).

    You could also say "by the Aleph Tav" when reading the sentence.

  • bethnotes1013
    2 posts

    This is so exciting. I can't wait to get a copy of the Cepher & start reading! Thank you for all you are doing. May you stay safe & well!

  • Schism369
    9 posts

    What is the meaning of the eth when it appears in secular writing?

    I noticed these occurrences while studying Hebrew:

    ??? ?? ???????? ???? ???.
    Turn off the television, and read a book.

    ????? ????? ?? ??????.
    The woman is reading a magazine.

    ??? ?? ??????
    read the newspaper

    Shalom

  • Schism369
    9 posts

    Schism369 said:

    What is the meaning of the eth when it appears in secular writing?

    I noticed these occurrences while studying Hebrew:

    ??? ?? ???????? ???? ???.
    Turn off the television, and read a book.

    ????? ????? ?? ??????.
    The woman is reading a magazine.

    ??? ?? ??????
    read the newspaper

    Shalom

    After viewing via multiple browsers, it appears the Hebrew text is unsupported in this forum. In the sample sentences, each double occurrence of "?" is an "eth".

  • CycloManiac
    35 posts

    In a grammatical sense, the "eth" or "Aleph Tav" points to the direct object within the sentence. But, in a prophetic sense, it points to YAHUSHA HA'MASHIACH who is called the "Aleph Tav" in the Book of Revelation.