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The Letter Dalet As the Door of Humility

April 25, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 241

The letter Dalet of the Hebrew Alphabet is the door of humility, repentance, selflessness, and self-denial.This is what Dalet is, it is the impoverished soul in need. Revelation 3:16-20 are bible verses which I recommend you to read, on your own time, when God knocks on the door of your heart.

Dalet is that door, if you need to breakthrough in your life today, how many times have we heard messages and sermons all across the world talking about talking about prosperity? And prosperity, in a sense they are correct. But they got it totally twisted, remember what I told you in my previous articles that the enemy has a totally the same language but twisted and so gives totally different meanings?

You see there's a spiritual truth in what some of these prosperity teachers are teaching because they are teaching that if you give you will become prosperous. Now, that is not the truth. But there is a spiritual truth that is underlining that. That if you gave the right way, there is a prosperity that comes but it may not be what you think it is because when you give which is Gimmel (Gimmel is all about giving as I talked about in my previous articles), that part they got right, the generous person givesbut what they should really teaching you from the Hebraic perspective is it creates an open door for Yahweh to work into your life.

Because when you give to the Father the way He has asked you to give, it opens the door. Whatever He chooses to walk you through that door or whatever is on the other side of the door, it is the prosperity He is talking about. Prosperity is not define by how big a house you live in, what kind of suit you wear, what kind of car you drive. Prosperity is defined as how much did you give and whatever the father gives you.

Now, that's your prosperity. Giving can be a million different ways. We cannot receive breakthrough and revelation in our lives if we don't give the Father what He truly deserves. It's when we truly learn how to be generous and give as the rich men that we already are. Remember the letter Gimmel which is a generous man that gives to have the opportunity to achieve the next letter of the Hebrew Alphabet, Dalet, which means an open door. Isn't that amazing? How the letters connect to each other?

I'm Jim Staley Mo. It is my heart's desire that you will be challenged and transformed through the materials and resources that are in this article. Whether it's about Jewish holidays, the Sabbath Day, or the meaning of Christmas, history of Easter, origin of Christmas, or any other Hebraic topics, we want you to know the truth because the truth will only do one thing!

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