Follow Up to the 10 Commandment Study - Part 1

YHWH Gives the Covenant In The Beginning

  |  Yaschica Ben Y'Isreal

Follow Up Part 1 The 10 Commandments Study- YHWH Gives the Covenant Given in The Beginning.

 B V 1 27


The first commandment (metsvahh) is linked to the oath our Fore-family took at the bottom of Mount Sinai. Devarim 6 (Deuteronomy 6) tells us to love YHWH our Elohyeem (the Hebrew letters does not show a “I” in this word) with all our heart (heart and mind are referred to as the leb in the Hebrew) and all our soul (nephesh), and all our mind is repeated in Devarim.

YAHOSHUA says in Mattithyahu (Matthew) 22:37 KJV-

YAHOSHUA says unto him, you shall love YHWH with all your heart, and with all your soul and with all your mind.

Devarim 6:5 And you shall love YHWH Eloheka (your Elohyeem) with all your heart (lebabeka) and all your soul (nephesh)

YAHOSHUA repeats how to love YHWH, how to love Him and it also is from Devarim 6 and the first commandment.

Here are some referencing scriptures: Mattithyahu (Matthew) 12:30, 1 John 1-5 KJV, 1 Corinthians 1:10 (name means mark covenant or sign because a name puts us into the mind of what that person or being represents.), Deverim 32:17 KJV (sin with the worship of the gods around the people)

Looking at 1 John 1 YHWH gave me the revelation and confirmation that the covenant given in the beginning. Look at B’resheyt tyfarb (tyfarb) Genesis 1:27 KJV deeper.  The Name and Power In The Name

The trickery in this verse says YHWH created man and female but with the study of Hebrew the word covenant is here. YHWH created the covenant. Otam means covenant.   Zakar means to remember. The real word hidden behind female is naqab and it means to pierce, name, or appoint.   YHWH created man kind in his image as a name is an image the image is the covenant or his righteousness for us to remember the one pierced for or sins for us for his name’s sake at the appointed times. YHWH created the covenant and mankind for His righteousness.

We start in the beginning with the covenant the commandments to love our Elohyeem from the beginning. How do we love Elohyeem? We love Elohyeem by keeping his covenant.  

If we look deeper at “otow” Strongs H-853 this is not only the meaning of “him” as they have added here. But it means mark, to sign, sign and that means the covenant. The word otow means of “him, his mark sign” and we know that is the covenant YHWH.

A related scriptures shows the same word but surrounded by a prefix and suffix.

When you drill down on the 226 you come to “oth.”

When you drill down to the origin of the world oth we come to avah.

“Et” is also a word that “marks” someone or something specific or a direct object in a sentence and is call the mark or sign of something specific is coming in the verse. The “Et” when combined with other suffixes can mean “with.”

This is not an accident that the word “otow” is here in the verse 1:27. As I mentioned before the word Zakar means to remember but the verse list it as only meaning male, but we must drill down because Zakar 2145 means to remember. The root word to remember changed to the noun form but is still rooted in an action.

The message is “man to remember.” Here’s where we can say, “remember what?” We go back to the “et” that pointed us to something and that was the mark or the sign. The next word says it means “and female” but let’s drill down to 5347.

Double meaning here as it does not mean woman only, but YHWH created male and female to remember the piercing the appointed time. HalleluYAH! He is speaking of us to remember the covenant and the one that will be pierced at the appointed time for our salvation! It is in the beginning!!

YHWH created us to remember- remember is also an action as in “do” bara means to created or make.

                  Otam brings us back to the mark sign and the covenant. 853 Root is ET

The heathen cannot translate this mark, but we know!

Posted 5/20/2021by Yaschica

During Sabbath study this week YHWH showed me additional information to confirm the mark, sign and covenant.  HalleluYAH.  The ET- את word is aleph tov in the Hebrew.  Does that sound familiar?  Maybe not if you do see the Hebrew because the popular verse is in the Greek as alpha and omega.  Revelation 22:13 I am the alpha and the omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end.  However, we are speaking of Hebrew roots, so he says he is the aleph-א and the tov-ת and the verse is: I am the aleph-א and the tov-ת, the first and the last, the beginning and the end.  The Greek admits it is the first letter, but the translators do not give the aleph but only say it is the first letter in the Hebrew, but the truth is it is the aleph bet (the language in our father’s house).  You can confirm the aleph and the tov and the misrepresentation to the Greek in most biblical commentary now.  

I had to stop and praise YHWH יהוה at this revelation, but I admit I did not see the connection before until I was listening to a video again about the Waw, Vav, Uau, taught by Dr. Moreh Yoshiyahu Dauid of the Awakening Remnant Koalition.  

The waw- ו  is the connector, the grounding, the strength, and the ladder that secures the house. and is the 6th Hebrew letter of the aleph bet.  YAHOSHUA is the connector, so it is only fitting that the word otaw-אׂות contains the waw in the middle of the word ET -את (the aleph tov)  YAHOSHUA pierced for our transgression that we will live.  Again, showing the first commandment to love our connection to heaven and earth, our creator, our one and only YHWH!! 

Here is a link to the PDF copy of the blog with all of the images of the word study revealing covenant!  You may download and keep for your records.

PDF The 10 Commandment Follow Up Part 1 Covenant

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