Omer Related Revelations

This page is about my revelations and mysteries related to the counting of Omer

Quick Understanding on
What is counting the omer?

Chiastics & Omer Counting

Omer Literally seen in the letters of the TORAH

The book of Lamentations Used for omer, chiasticly usage of 5 and fully acrostic. There is a lot here to meditate on and learn from.

Psalm 67
Used for omer.
This Psalm was used by those that love God's word and aleph-bet for counting of Omer. Can you guess why?

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My teaching and revelation on the Hebrew word for Prayer and the use of the Lamed
A good example to show just how visual the Hebrew language can be.

My Revelations related to the counting of Omer
This revelation will bring new understanding to the first coming of messiah, the coming and indwelling of the Holy Spirit, the third temple, second coming, etc.. There is also much about chiastics (X) and the presence of acrostics.

About Acrostics in the Bible
This includes my testimony of how I first became aware of the existence of acrostics. I will be adding much more to this section soon

Revelations on the number 9
Why the number nine is taught to be the number of truth in Hebrew and simple mathematics

A teaching on Adam being made in the image of God and my revelations of different spellings and math of Hebrew letters
These revelations will help you to see some possibilities of spelling out different words and mixing different mathematical sums with vowels

The Acronyms of Tanakh
My Revelations and teachings on the acronyms and mysteries of the Tanakh

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  Hebrew Revelations on Counting Omer

WHAT IS COUNTING THE OMER? (quick understanding)


I will try and just give you the quick understanding of what counting the omer is:

Counting omer is something that Jews and Messianic Christians still practice today, and has been going on for thousands of years!

I have found it spiritually rewarding and beneficial to count. To remember every day and walk the walk that messiah and his disciples walked. Omer counting has brought me many encounters and experiences with the Lord, as I do and participate in the same things that they did together. By partaking in the same things, we know now what it was like. By experiencing, we can now also KNOW what they all knew by experience. After all to know (yada) in ancient Hebrew hieroglyphics is pictured as a hand, a door and an eye:. A hand that opens a door to see and experience or walk in the presence of it. In other words "to know that you know". The disciples said in acts 4:20 "For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard". It is no longer a question of "belief", it is seeing and experiencing. This is that which we speak and teach "the truth", knowing it because we have experienced and become part with it.

You can Google search omer, for more understanding on actual daily counting and what has been done in Jewish tradition through out time during the daily counting. Or, if you have a smart phone there are many apps that will help you count. These will help you learn prayers as well as set alarms so that you never miss a night of counting. Also learn about the different teachings or promises of "the blessing" that is received for counting through until the 50th day.

In looking for actual revelations, you will always watch for or call attention to the numbers: 49, 50, 7, and 7x7.


The Torah command to count omer is found in two verses of scripture:

"Seven weeks shalt thou number unto thee; from the time the sickle is first put to the standing corn shalt thou begin to number seven weeks. And thou shalt keep the feast of weeks unto the LORD thy God after the measure of the freewill-offering of thy hand, which thou shalt give, according as the LORD thy God blesseth thee" Deuteronomy 16:9-10


"And in the day when ye wave the sheaf, ye shall offer a he-lamb without blemish of the first year for a burnt-offering unto the LORD. And the meal-offering thereof shall be two tenth parts of an ephah of fine flour mingled with oil, an offering made by fire unto the LORD for a sweet savour; and the drink-offering thereof shall be of wine, the fourth part of a hin. And ye shall eat neither bread, nor parched corn, nor fresh ears, until this selfsame day, until ye have brought the offering of your God; it is a statute for ever throughout your generations in all your dwellings. And ye shall count unto you from the morrow after the day of rest, from the day that ye brought the sheaf of the waving; seven weeks shall there be complete; even unto the morrow after the seventh week shall ye number fifty days; and ye shall present a new meal-offering unto the LORD" Leviticus 23:13-16


Since one verse says to count "weeks" and the other includes "Days", both days and weeks are both counted.

So, for example up until the 6th day we are counting days only until the first week. On the 7th day we count "7 days" which is "1 week". On the ninth day we count "9 days", which is "1 week and 2 days". On the 16th day we would count "16 days" which is "2 weeks and 2 days" and so on.

Note worthy is the fact that the counting of omer actually starts each year (most traditions) on the Sunday AFTER the Passover lamb was traditionally offered.

This means that it was on "Resurection Sunday" that Messiah rose and the count down began!

He then spent 40 days teaching His disciples and then told them to go and wait in Jerusalem (a sabbath days journey) for Pentecost and the promised blessing.

The scripture says after the upper room gathering that they were praying daily in "the temple" (Luke 24:53, Acts 2:46) or the upper room was actually in the temple (see these thoughts)

BECAUSE this is where: "...and the Lord, whom ye seek, shall SUDDENLY come to his temple" Malachi 3:1 (temple being both literal and spiritual)

"And when the day of Pentecost was "fully come" ...SUDDENLY there was a sound from heaven as a rushing mighty wind, and it filled the house where they were sitting". Acts 2:1-2

And AGAIN we see the day of pentecost, when the Holy Spirit was given, was the fulfillment of the "promised blessing" on the final day of the counting of omer!


LEARNING ABOUT CHIASTIC STRUCTURES & OMER

This really blew me away – I hope it does for you as it has done for me!

I never even heard of "chiastics" before, but I had experienced “Biblical Chiastic Structure” WITHOUT EVEN REALIZING IT!

For a long time now I have been experiencing something as I read my Bible, but never quite got a grip on what it was that I was experiencing.

Many times as I read my Bible, I read down a chapter and then start to move back up the verses one at a time. Sometimes I notice that it is easier to understand, or get different revelation and understanding when reading it up and down.

For example: I read verse 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 and then read it again in order backwards: verse 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1.

This is chiastics! A form of writing where two different thoughts are taught, most times meeting in the <center> and bringing the two thoughts together in a single verse of revelation.

This is easy to see if you read for example 5 verses:
Read verse 1 and then 5, verse 2 and then 4, and 3 brings it together.

1>2> 3 <4<5

Note: Of course this is not every chapter in the bible: I suggest for you to study the topic (use Google example1 & example2 & example3 or ImageSearch) and then practice with known chiastic examples. Then search and read, getting revelation and letting God teach you. You can practice in small groups giving two people at a time opposite verses. Example: Tom reads verse one, Lisa reads verse ten, Tom reads verse two, Lisa reads verse nine, etc., until you reach the revelation in the middle.

Chiastics as you can see from this example in the Bible, is very old and has been around for a real long time! The structure of this can be seen in the Ancient Greek Xhi (or Chi) the make up of the X, though originally before the Xhi the letter did have Ancient Hebrew origin (Chet and after Yod-Hey) In Hebrew Chi (chet-yod) is the word for "life" and chet-yod-hey means "living". So here we are actually witnessing and experiencing "the living word".

If you picture and hour glass, you will understand the function. You can also picture two pyramids positioned point to point. You can also see the same thing in my example of TORAH (shown below laying on it's side) spelled every 49 letters.

This letter “X” will also bring more understanding to the star commonly known as Solomon's Seal, David's Shield, aka the Star of David (Magen David). And this is all rightly so, seeing the origin and after all, Solomon was the wisest man that ever lived (not counting messiah). The book of Proverbs also contains chiastic structures. Actually, the entire Bible is loaded with chiastics, in BOTH Old and New Testament. In Hebrew also the acronym b'vav (b'vav k'tzavot ) which are directions of height/depth, (up & down), length (right & left), width (front & back) which the star is used to explain many scientific, mathematical and other principles. The Hebrew word means in/with/by/at/inside the edges. Note that these directions were also seen as: north, south, east, west, up/down.


Here is one of the BEST examples:



Wow! This alone can tingle my brain – Here we learn about the bride of Messiah in Proverbs 31



I want you to see three things at once in this section that should cause you to take notice. As I have already shown above, Proverbs chapter 31, is wonderfully chiastic. The second thing that I want you to notice is that it is ALSO acrostic!

This means that starting in verse 10 the first letter of each word in each verse starts with each letter of the alphabet in order from a-z, aleph-tav, alpha-omega, which ever way you need to see it to understand it!


(for more information about 9 see this)


Question: How could you have ever even seen this, if you had never learned your Aleph-Bet?


A DIFFERENT TYPE OF CHIASTIC EXAMPLE IN TORAH COUNTING OMER

What do you think of the fact that the Torah consists of FIVE books?

Did you know that if you start counting 49 letters from the first Letter Tav (T) in Genesis (found at the end of the first Hebrew word in the Bible) and then keep counting 49 letters; that you get the next letter (o) and so on, counting every 49 letters and the word TORAH is spelled out in Hebrew? (I show this HERE)

Some might say that this could be a coincidence, but now we do the same exact thing in the next book Exodus, counting 49 letters each time; and TORAH is spelled out again! (I show this HERE)

Now if we go to the book of numbers and count every 49 letters again it spells TORAH, only this time it is backwards! (I show this HERE)

Then if we go to the last book of Torah (Deuteronomy) and find chapter 1 verse FIVE and start counting from the words "THE TORAH" and count every 49 letters we AGAIN spell TORAH and once again backwards! (I show this HERE)

BUT, TORAH is NOT found in the book of Leviticus (the middle book)!

HOWEVER, this does chiastically leave clear forward and backward ARROWS pointing in both directions TO the book of Leviticus!

Genesis 49> Exodus 49> LEVITICUS <49 Numbers <49 Deuteronomy

Do you think this is all a freak accident?
If not, GOD is speaking LOUDLY!

If you are like me, you are in awe!

NOW HOWEVER, if we are doing a 49/50 count to get to the promise, what number skip do you think that we need to do to get to the blessing and REVELATION in Leviticus? If you said (7) seven, you were right!
remember in counting omer we count both 49 days and weeks which are by 7's
(I show this HERE)

And then the final 50th day being shavuot (pentecost)
So depending on how we are counting and what number we
start or stop with we are counting in the Torah both 50's and 49's


Go to the first yod and skip every 7 letters and it spells out Yod-Hey-Vav-Hey!

God's Holy Name!


and we have a chiastic type visual of:

>> and the Lord, whom ye seek, shall suddenly come to his temple <<

When? On the 50th day of counting of course!
The same as happened on the day of pentecost when the Holy Spirit was given 2000 years ago in Acts chapter two!

This is also seen in
2>1<2


Easily seen in 2 being the actual counting of books with Leviticus being 1


<Genesis
>2< Exodus> LEVITICUS <Numbers>2<Deuteronomy>

(House)2>1<2(House)
Bet (2) is and has ALWAYS been Hebrew for the number 2 and the word and meaning "house"
And: (1) is ALWAYS HaShem!!!

And we see the picture AGAIN
"and the Lord, whom ye seek, shall suddenly come to his temple"

We also see it in the verse itself
(Leviticus 1:1 "And the LORD called unto Moses, and spake unto him out of the tabernacle of the congregation"

And AGAIN we see the day of pentecost, when the Holy Spirit was given, was the fulfillment of the "promised blessing" on the final day of the counting of omer!
God now speaking out of his earthen vessels as Peter quoted Joel said
would happen in the last days when your sons and daughters
start prophesying.

LAMENTATIONS (Alphabetic Acrostics & the Counting of Omer)

There are so many different thoughts and revelations when it comes to the book of Lamentations, it can boggle the brain! It continues to fascinate me, and I know it will until the Lord's return!

There are some things that you will need to seek out yourself when it comes to this book. One trail would be that it has been used for the counting of omer for thousands of years! However this is OK and there is a lot to learn, but the structure itself can be a clue to other mysteries (such as the ordering of the Tanakh itself).

Things to take notice of in Lamentations:
1. We have 5 chapters. (1 2 >3< 4 5)
2. Each chapter has 22 verses EXCEPT the middle chapter which has 66 (22+22+22) split into 3 sections of acrostics - THIS MAKES (7) total sections of 22 (which mathematically is pie) and the same picture like as with TORAH (5) and the Lord SUDDENLY coming to His temple in the middle.
3. Each "section" of 22 is alphabetically acrostic (except the last chapter section 7)
4. Knowing that all (5) Megillot are used during omer and Tanakh has 7 sections. The 7th section in Tanakh did not yet exist at this point in time. Also take note of the actual Megillot of which the book of Esther did not exist at this time in history yet either.

AN OUTLINE OF THE BOOK (and a short testimony)

As I learned about acrostics and the many places in the bible that they exist, I began to teach and make those in my Hebrew class increasingly more aware of their existence. I would also drill and ask questions that proved to make things much more simple to understand.

These simple questions would prove to teach answers they would NEVER forget, once they became aware and understood the acrostic presence.

For example in Lamentations I would ask:

1. How many chapters in Lamentations?
2. How many verses in Chapter 1 (and why so) ?
3. How many verses in Chapter 2 (and why so) ?
4. How many verses in Chapter 3 (and why so) ?
5. How many verses in Chapter 4 (and why so) ?
6. How many verses in Chapter 5 (and why so) ?

The answers to these basic questions are so simple, you need to ask yourself: Why I was never taught this, or ever even heard of it before?

The number of chapters can be many things but namely 5 books of Torah and some say the 5 books in the Hebrew Bible called “Megillot” (which is the second section [5 Scrolls] in what is known as Ketuvim or writings.

These 5 chapters are broken up into 7 parts, containing 22 verses each!

How many letters are in the basic Aleph-Bet? Answer:22!

Now you guessed it! 22 acrostic verses in chapter 1&2, chapter 3 is 3x22 (each letter acrostic in order) which make up 66 verses (and create the 7 sections), then back to 22 verses in chapter 4, 5 but 5 is not acrostic.

These answers will provoke other questions that will eventually lead to the awareness other Hebrew teachings such as: Hebrew acronyms; Omer counting; as well as among other things ancient Jewish history and thought.

This trail will bring you to the awareness of many other topics which can get rather diverse and deep, resulting in experiencing what some might call the “meat of the word”.

Why is the last section of Lamentations not acrostic?

It could be pointing to a time of chaos; It could be denoting something to come such as the 7th section of Tanakh, or even the book of Esther which was not yet in existence. Also note that Esther has two verses in which all of the letters of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet are used in a single verse missing one letter: (-righteous man standing) in Esther 3:13 (when power is given over the Jews) and the other missing 2 letters (-
righteous man standing and a shield, joy and wedding) in Esther 8:11 (when they get the Kings decree and overcome). Similarly we find this same thing happening in Lamentations 4 in the last verse (4:22) “The punishment of your iniquity, O daughter of Zion, is accomplished; he will keep you in exile no longer”.

 

Psalm 67 (Counting Omer)




We know that when we count omer, we count 7 days, which there are 7 verses to the actual 'literal words of the psalm' and there are 49 Hebrew words. As an extra bonus there are 49 Hebrew letters in the middle verse. Also vs."4" is chiastically structured in the middle just as the 49 letter count in each of the books of Torah (shown above).

123>4<567

Also: See what others say about Psalm 67 being chiastic.
See what some say about the psalm used for omer
Take note that some see the 49 words but miss the 49 letters in the middle, others see the chiastics but miss omer all together. Some see the "7" and others miss it. Also many miss the significance of "123>4<567" once again
the Lord SUDDENLY coming to His temple in the middle. (once with the Spirit on pentecost two thousand years ago (spiritual temple and earthen vessels) and the next during the literal 1000 year reign at the third temple.

Note: Take note of these facts for later, when you examine the book of Lamentations which similarly has 5 alphabetic-acrostic chapters containing 7 sections of 22 verses (3x22 in chapter 3) which were also used for counting omer. Also the same type groupings in the final assembly of the Tanakh (complete Jewish Bible).


Enough said, however here at the end of this study, we end up with:


(1) A Verse
to meditate on for each week of the 7 weeks
(2) A Word to meditate on for each
of the 49 days of counting
(3) A Letter corresponding to a word, to meditate on for each of the 49 days of counting










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