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Psalm 111 and the Beginning of Wisdom

Psalm 111 and the Beginning of Wisdom

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Through Tehillim 111 and the Hebrew misparim (numbers), the Spirit teaches us a great deal about the beginning of wisdom.
Through Tehillim 111 and the Hebrew misparim (numbers), the Spirit teaches us a great deal about the beginning of wisdom.

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Myrbdl Myrpomh
 
 Ha’Misparim La’Debarim
The Numbers of the Words
by Craig Wm. Peters
Tehillim/Psalms 111 and the Beginning of Wisdom
The beginning of wisdom is the fear of 
hwhy 
;a good understanding have all they that do them.
1
 
Tehillim/Psalms 111:10
a
 
In this article, the Spirit reveals the how the letter 
ALEPH
(
 
a
 
), the letter which begins the Hebrew A
LEPH
-B
EIT
, also signals to us the
beginning
of true wisdom.We begin the present study by introducing what many call the
ordinal value,
or the
 place value
of the Hebrew A
LEPH
-B
EIT
. The
ordinal value
, or 
 place value
, of anygiven Hebrew letter is simply determined by its
 position
in the
inspired sequence
of Hebrew letters. Reading the below chart from right to left, we will give the
 place value
followed by the
misparim value
2
 
for each of the 22 letters:
 
 
 
 Misparim Value Place Value Name Letter
1 …….………………… 1 ……………….. A
LEPH
…………
a
 2 …….………………… 2 ……………….. B
EIT
…………
 3 …….………………… 3 ……………….. G
IMEL
…………
g
 4 …….………………… 4 ……………….. D
ALET
…………
d
 5 …….………………… 5 ……………….. H
E
………………
h
 6 …….………………… 6 ……………….. V
AV
……………
w
 7 …….………………… 7 ……………….. Z
AYIN
……………
z
 8 …….………………… 8 ……………….. C
HET
……………
x
 9 …….………………… 9 ……………….. T
ET
………………
j
 10 …….………………… 10 ……………… Y
OD
……………
y
 20 …….………………… 11 ……………… C
APH
……………
k
 30 …….………………… 12 ……………… L
AMED
…………
l
 40 …….………………… 13 ……………… M
EM
……………
m
 50 …….………………… 14 ……………… N
UN
……………
n
 60 …….………………… 15 ……………… S
AMECH
…………
o
 70 …….………………… 16 ……………….. A
YIN
…………….
e
 80 …….………………… 17 ……………… P
E
………………
p
 90 …….………………… 18 ……………… T
ZADE
…………..
u
 100 …….……………… 19 ………………
OF
……………..
q
 200 …….……………… 20 ………………
ESH
……………
r
 300 …….……………… 21 ……………… S
HIN
……………
s
 400 …….……………… 22 ……………… T
AV
……………
t
 
1
(i.e., His commandments)
2
While we use the term “misparim” (meaning “numbers”), many call this the
gematria value
.
 
 2
The Beginning of Wisdom
In this series of studies, we have seen how the Hebrew
misparim
(numbers)confirm many truths of the Word. And not only so, but
hwhy
continues to usethese number values to further explain His Torah and to teach us yet more of thecertainty of the words of truth. In past articles, we have largely dealt with thegematria value of Hebrew letters, words, and phrases. In honor of 
hwhy
 —whocalls Himself the Elohim of the Hebrews—this writer has chosen to call the
gematria value
the
misparim value
or simply the
misparim
of a Hebrew word or  phrase. In Hebrew,
misparim
(
Mrpoym
) means “numbers.” While the presentarticle will still draw significant implications from the
misparim
of Hebrew words,we will now highlight at least one, very special number derived from the
 placevalue
of Hebrew letters! In
Tehillim 111
, we read something special about therelationship between the fear of 
hwhy
and the beginning of wisdom:
The beginning (
tysar 
, reishit) of wisdom (
hmkx 
 , chokmah) is the fear of 
hwhy 
Psalm 111:10Some while back, I had read about “the beginning of wisdom,” adding to 111, buteven looking at the Hebrew, I could not remember 
where
this was seen, nor could Ifigure out
how
this number had been obtained. But an explanation was eventuallyfound which showed how the
 place value
(not the
misparim value
) of the Hebrewletters yielded the value of 111:
 
 
 
=
hmkx tysar
= the beginning of wisdom
chokmah reishit
 
 
 
111 = (5)
h
+ (13)
m
+ (11)
k
+ (8)
x
+ (22)
t
+ (10)
y
+ (21)
s
+ (1)
a
+ (20)
r
 
Again, a letter’s
 place value
, or what some people call the
ordinal value
, is simplyobtained by finding its numerical
order 
, or 
 position
, within the A
LEPH
-B
EIT
.
 
Sofrom first to last, we have A
LEPH
= 1 while T
AV
=
 
22. We provide a more compact
 Place Value Chart
 below so readers can confirm the above calculation:
---------------------------
 
 P
 LACE
 ALUE
 HART 
-----------------------
 
 
 
(11)
k
(10)
y
(9)
j
(8)
x
(7)
z
(6)
w
(5)
h
(4)
d
(3)
g
(2)
(1)
a
 
 
 
(22)
t
(21)
S
(20)
r
(19)
q
(18)
u
(17)
p
(16)
e
(15)
o
(14)
n
(13)
m
(12)
l
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
So this is how we derive 111 for 
hmkx tysar
, reishit chokmah, “the beginningof wisdom.” Of course, it is not mere coincidence that the place value of thisHebrew phrase adds to 111 and that it appears, of all places, in
Psalm 111
! Such aresult is clearly Inspired and was done by Sovereign Design as the Spirit desires toteach us yet more about the fear of 
hwhy
.
 
 
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The Beginning of Wisdom and Awe Over His Word 
hwhy
calls Himself “the Elohim of the Hebrews” no less than six times in Scripturehistory.
3
Some have said there is no impetus to learn Hebrew since we speak English. But
hwhy
says, “Those that honor Me, I will honor.
4
And learningHebrew is one very valid way we can strive to show
honor 
to the Most High, sincedoing so certainly equips us to better understand His Word, His will, and His ways.For those who desire a closer walk with the Most High, learning Hebrew—thelanguage of Heaven
5
 —only cultivates a deeper awe for 
hwhy
and His EternalWord. Because the fear of 
hwhy
involves having and cultivating awe andreverence before the Most High, we are seeking to study more of this subject as itis revealed in
Tehillim/Psalms 111
. The letter 
ALEPH
(
 
a
 
)
 
can actually be written inHebrew as a
word 
; in word form, it is rendered as “
Pla
” and is pronounced“aleph.” Amazingly, and not coincidentally, the
misparim
for the
 Hebrew word 
,
Pla
(aleph), is 111:
 
 
 
111
 
=
 
(80)
 
P
+ (30)
l
+ (1)
a
 
=
 
Pla
 
=
ALEPH
Because the letter 
ALEPH
begins
the Hebrew A
LEPH
-B
EIT
, it also signifies
 
thebeginning
.
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The letter 
ALEPH
begins
the Hebrew A
LEPH
-B
EIT
 —whose 22 lettersare subsequently used to form all Hebrew words. Because of this, we believe theSpirit is teaching us the following:
the fear of 
hwhy 
and
the beginning of wisdom
are directly related to learning the Hebrew language. Tehillim/Psalms 111 isshowing us that learning Hebrew is, in itself, one very important aspect of “the
3
Exodus 3:18, 5:3, 7:16, 9:1,13, 10:3
4
1Samuel 2:30
5
Acts 26:13-15
6
In the Book of Revelation, referring to Zechariah 12:10, and in the context of being seen by those who piercedHim, the Messiah refers to Himself as the A
LEPH
(
a
) and the T
AV
(
 
t
 
), the
 Beginning
and the End. And in theHebrew text of Zechariah 12:10, we see the word
ta
, the A
LEPH
(
a
) and the T
AV
(
t
 
):
“And I will pour upon the house of David, and upon the inhabitants of Yerushalayim,the spirit of favor and of supplications:
 and they shall look unto Me whom they have pierced,
 and they shall mourn for Him, as one mourns for his only son, and shall be inbitterness for Him, as one that is in bitterness for his first-born.”
 Zechariah 12:10In Hebrew, the phrase “
 and they shall look unto Me whom they have pierced 
,”
 
actually indicates that Yisrael pierced Et (
ta
), the A
LEPH
(
a
) and the T
AV
(
 
t
 
):
 
 
 
wrqd rsatayla wjybhw
 
they pierced that Et unto Me And theyshall look
And it is in this
very context 
that
eSwhy
the Messiah calls Himself “the A
LEPH
(
a
) and the T
AV
(
t
),” the
 Beginning
 and the End:
7 Behold, He comes with the clouds; and every eye shall see Him,
 and they that pierced Him
; and all the tribes of the earth shall mourn over Him. Even so, amein.8 I am the
 Aleph
and the
Tav
 , says the Sovereign
hwhy 
 , who is, and who was, and who is to come, Shaddai …17 And when I saw Him, I fell at His feet as one dead. And He laid His right hand upon me, saying,Fear not; I am the
 First
and the Last, 18 and the Living one; and I was dead, and behold, I am alive for evermore, and I have the keys of death and of Hades.
Revelation 1:7-8, 17-18

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