Mathew 5:8
God blesses those whose hearts are pure, for they will see God.
The letter “tet” is a word picture of a snake, serpent, surrounding something, coiling, a curving line and it has somewhat of a negative picture although there is a positive picture as well.

One positive “tet” word is be-ten, bet, tet and noon.  The Hebrew word picture or meaning for be-ten is belly or womb, (although there is another more common definition for womb.)  The letter “tet” in modern Hebrew has a sound of the letter “T.”   However, in earlier times it may have had a “th” sound.  (For simplicity we will use the “T” sound.)

The Hebrew word picture letters for the word be-ten are:  “bet” with a sound of “B” and a word picture of a house or inside;  followed by a ”tet” with a sound of the letter “T” and a word picture of surrounding; followed by a noon with a sound of “N” and a word picture of life, something moving.  When combined, these Hebrew letters form the word be-ten with a word picture of an enclosure that surrounds life.

Another “tet” word is sa-tan, (Satan) with a Hebrew meaning of adversary.  The Hebrew spelling is “shin,”  “tet,” “noon” with the following word picture.  The Hebrew letter is “shin” with a letter sound of “S” or sometimes “SH” and a word picture of teeth or devour or destroy; followed by a “tet” with the letter sound of “T” and a word picture of a snake, serpent, surrounding something, coiling or a curving line; followed by a “noon” with the letter sound of “N” and a word picture of life\living.  When put together these Hebrew letters form a word picture of something or someone destructive wrapped around life: Sa-tan.

Another “tet” word is ta-ah with a Hebrew meaning of “deceived” or “to seduce.”  The Hebrew spelling is “tet,” “ayin,” and “hey” with the following word picture. The first letter is “tet” with a sound “T” and a word picture of surround, snake, curved or twisted line; followed by an “ayin” which is a silent letter only carrying the sound of the vowel and a word picture of an “eye;” followed by a “hey” with a sound of the letter “H” and a word picture of “something that comes from, completing the word picture of a twisting of the eye, or seduction through the eye.

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