God blesses those whose hearts are pure, for they will see God.
The sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet is the “vav” with the sound of V. The word picture of the “vav” is a nail, or something connecting, or a straight line with a little hook on the top. In modern and ancient Hebrew the “vav” is used as the conjunction “and,” like a connector to put two things together, such as the words peanut butter “and” jelly. Hebrew is God’s language and we will not understand everything about it. In Biblical Hebrew some things just “are”! As an example, in Biblical Hebrew the letter “vav” is not only a conjunction meaning “and” when attached to the word, but when used as the first letter of a verb it can reverse the tense of the verb from past tense to future tense or future tense to past tense and at the same time still connecting thoughts. Why? It’s a mystery of God.
Hebrew is a language of action. As God speaks His Word there is an immediate action (Heb. 4:12). Isa. 55:11 teaches God’s Word does not return void it accomplishes God’s purposes for which it was sent. A good example, when God spoke, creation happened!
Another “vav” word is ka-vah which means to bind together; it can also mean expect or wait. The Hebrew spelling is “koof”, the sound of K, which is a word picture of behind, after or the back of the head; followed by a “vav,” the letter sound of V, and again is a word picture of a nail or straight line with a hook on top; and followed by a “hey,” which is a word picture of raised hands, or a feminine ending, or “what comes from.” Put these letters together and the word picture for ka-vah (“koof,” “vav” and “hey”) has a meaning of “binding to” or “what comes after the nail.” In other words, after you use a nail, or something similar, it has bound together two items: and then what follows is bound together.
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