top of page

"He paid for you with the precious lifeblood of Christ, the sinless, spotless Lamb of God. God chose Him for this purpose long before the world began, but now in these final days, He was sent to the earth for all to see. And He did this for you."
1 Peter 1:19-20

Genesis 1:1
[1] In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

The Hebrew word "barasheet" is comprised of the Hebrew letters:

  • BET (equivalent to our letter "B") pictured in the ancient Hebrew as a House or Tent, and meaning house, as in "the House of David".

  • RESH (R) pictured as a man's head, meaning the first or highest person.

  • ALEPH (A) pictured as an ox head, meaning God and/or strength, as in the Lord is my strength.

  • SHIN (Sh) - pictured as two teeth, meaning to consume or destroy.

  • YOD (Y) - pictured as an arm from the fist to the elbow, meaning my hand/efforts.

  • TAV (T) - pictured as two crossed sticks, meaning a mark or covenant.

Thus, "In the beginning...", The Most High reveals that the SON (*the Hebrew letters BET and RESH form the Hebrew/Aramaic word "bar", or Son) of GOD will be DESTROYED with his HANDS on a CROSS.

Christ can be shown "In The Beginning", through the original ancient Hebrew alphabet pictographs.The first word in the Bible is the Hebrew word "Barasheet", most frequently translated, "In the beginning...".

*Visual representation of, "In the beginning..." Note: Hebrew is read right to left, so the pictographs are arranged right to left.

John 1:1
[1] In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God

bottom of page