God blesses those whose hearts are pure, for they will see God.
The ancient Hebrew letter “mem” has the letter sound of “M” and has a word picture of water, something that produces life and growth. The ancient word picture of “mem” as written has the appearance of waves and symbolizes something massive, like the ocean, something in chaos, or indicating: to come from, as water in motion, i.e., a stream or small, flowing
river. Scripture uses this word picture of “troubled waters, or water in chaos or movement” to set the scene in Isa. 57:20, 43:1-2, and Ez. 32:2
When the “mem” is the first letter of a word it can be a prefix and has more than one meaning, i.e., the preposition “from or than” or can indicate the participle form of certain verbs.
The Hebrew word ma-rah means disobey or rebellion and is spelled mem reysh hey. In this word the “mem” pictures chaos, the “reysh” pictures the back of the head or head, top, or the first, and the “hey” pictures what comes from. When put together the word picture for the Hebrew word ma-rah (rebellion or disobedience) is chaos or rebellion comes from the head, the top or the first or the supreme, i.e., the leader or top person is causing or bringing chaos.