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This page is about my teachings and revelation on the Hebrew word for Prayer and use of the lamed. A good example to show just how visual the Hebrew language can be.

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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
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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
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  Hebrew Mysteries & Revelations (The Hebrew Word Prayer)


The Hebrew language is spiritual and packed with so much meaning. When a Hebrew scroll is prepared, it must go through many rules and guidelines itself to be a kosher scroll. The ink must be kosher and the entire scroll eatable. After these standards the scribe now has his rules in copying it. One of the first rules of preparing the scroll is to cut or score 43 horizontal lines on the parchment with a stylus/ruler called a sargel (Yemenite Jews use 51 lines). The first line is used only as a guideline and the following 42 lines are for the Torah text. Also important to know is that the letters being written are suspended from the lines, not written on them (as in other cultures). Each letter also has it's own proper place, direction, etc.. The Yod is the only letter that floats all by itself under the line symbolizing a dove (Holy Spirit). There is only ONE LETTER that ascends above the writing line (symbolizing heaven) which is the Lamed ().

Out of the 22 natural letters (without counting sofit letters) there is only ONE LETTER that descends below the writing line which is the Qof () sometimes symbolizing the earth and sometimes below the earth.

When I first started to understand the Lamed, it was an eye opener to me of just how visual Hebrew actually is!

As I looked at more and more ancient Hebrew scrolls and manuscripts, I began to notice something that caused me to dig deeper into the meaning and understanding of the Lamed. I began to notice that not only was it ascending above the line and moving towards the heavens, it was looking much like smoke or incense. Notice here where the tip of the Lamed moves off to the side and moves up into the line above and around the sofit Tsade.

Notice below the smoke and incense rising up and disappearing at the top of the pages as a sweet smelling savor to God.

(See other examples)

There are many more spiritual witnesses on this topic:

First lets have a look at scripture.

Old testament teaching about sacrifices always included God's approval by smell. The first place we find this in scripture is Abel's offering to the Lord in Genesis 4:4 where he “brought of the firstlings of his flock and of the fat thereof”. We know that the FAT always belongs to the Lord. In Leviticus chapter three, beginning with the first verse it explains the spotless offering.

In verse 16 we learn:

“And the priest shall burn them upon the altar: it is the food of the offering made by fire for a sweet savour: all the fat is YHWH's” (Leviticus 3:16)

How does God recognize this “savour”?

“And Noah builded an altar unto YHWH; and took of every clean beast, and of every clean fowl, and offered burnt offerings on the altar. And YHWH smelled a sweet savour...” (Genesis 8:20-21)

There is no doubt to God smelling these offerings and sacrifices. Also there was the altar of incense, in which God's people minister by burning incense to Him. Where this is written it is also a command to burn incense “throughout your generations” (Exodus 30:8). However, in the last Hebrew book in the Bible, God speaks of a time to the Jewish nation “I have no pleasure in you, saith the LORD of hosts, neither will I accept an offering at your hand”. But then goes on to say in verse 11:

“For from the rising of the sun even unto the going down of the same my name shall be great among the Gentiles; and in every place incense shall be offered unto my name, and a pure offering: for my name shall be great among the heathen, saith the LORD of hosts.” (Malachi 1:10-11)

We also learn of another type of spiritual incense:

We also begin to notice words such as “bringing sacrifices of praise, unto the house of the LORD”.

Today we do not see the Gentiles offering literal incense, but we do see them praying and offering up their praises! in which we now read in the book of revelation:

“And when he had taken the book, the four beasts and four and twenty elders fell down before the Lamb, having every one of them harps, and golden vials full of odours, which are the prayers of saints” (Revelation 5:8)

“And the smoke of the incense, which came with the prayers of the saints, ascended up before God out of the angel's hand”
(Revelation 8:4)


So, now having a good understanding on how our prayers are like smoke and incense rising to heaven, lets have a look at the Hebrew word for PRAYER (Palal)


The letter Pey in Hebrew, is also a word. It is the word mouth.
If you want to say mouth in Hebrew, you say "Pey".

The ancient picture for the letter Pey is a picture of a mouth ().

Then with the Lamed's we see the incense rising to heaven!

God's house shall be called a house of Prayer, Praise and Learning!
All three of these go to heaven (see later how the Lamed himself goes to heaven too)

Noteworthy is the fact that the Lamed is also a Hebrew word!
It means Learn;teach;teacher

Praise in Hebrew is Halal which also ascends to heaven


“Let my prayer be set forth before thee as incense; and the lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice” (Psalms 141:2)

The ancient pictograph for the Hebrew letter Hey is:

A man lifting his hands as the evening sacrifice, and the odours smelled a sweet savour” (Genesis 8:21) Also if you spell out Adam in Hebrew: You get “met palal” a man that prays or “a praying man”). (messiah is the second Adam / intercessor)

“Adam” is spelled with the “letters” Aleph-Dalet-Mem: However, now spell out the “words” aleph, dalet and mem and after spelling “Adam (circled above) you are left with: which is met (man) palal (praying) only with the mouth (pey) between the Lameds picturing the pictograph of the “praying man”

Visualize above the two Lamed's as the hands being lifted into the air and the pey as the mouth and you will see:

Take note also that that the same letter Pey is used for "face". So, we can even more easily and visually see the face in the middle and the two arms raising in the air in prayer and praise.

I received this revelation on a shabbat many years ago. I was praying in the morning and after gathering all of my dreams and words from the Lord. I sincerely asked Him to "teach me" something that day.

We were directed to an Indonesian prayer service that afternoon and it was sweet!

We were sitting around in a circle of chairs. A person was playing a guitar as we all worshiped. There were breaks in between with awesome prayer and singing in the spirit. There was a woman across the way that had lifted her hands in the air in worship.

The Lord whispered in my ear and asked me to lift one of my hands into the air.

I whined and sighed inside while saying: "but I don't want to". I had thought while complaining to the Lord: "they might think that I am lifting my hand because the lady across from me lifted her hands". OK, so no one is "that perfect" right? I will take the hit in this testimony, because of what happened next!

God spoke to me "did you say this morning that you wanted to learn something?".

I conceded and slowly lifted my left arm into the air (and rested my right hand in the center of my chest). Then He spoke again: Now, take your right hand and place it on your elbow, and lift your arm higher.

As I obeyed (shema), my head flooded with pictures and revelation. I noticed that my hand and arm pictured the lamed as it rose up above the line. I saw Moses having his arms held up during battle and understood messiah being lifted until His enemies are made his footstool. The serpent being lifted up in the wilderness and as you can see from this page already, so much, Much, MUCH more! It keeps growing even today!


After learning this step, I had to question God.

I told Him that it did not make sense to me. Why two lameds?
I told Him, there only needs to be one!

I explained: I open my mouth in prayer; the smoke goes to heaven. (see: only one lamed was needed, only one puff of smoke) - ALL DONE!

He spoke to me and said "look it up". I looked it up at and put in (lamed-lamed). Noteworthy is the fact that only one word comes up that begins with two lameds and this is the Hebrew word lula'ah same as [luwl] which literally means LOOP.

Also interesting is the fact that besides this only two possible weak verbs (not beginning with two lameds) comes up (yalal and halal) / , which both end with two lameds (and both also relate to our prayer topic)!

Also in the Vav is used with a vowel shurek (spirit filled perfect man taught here), being a connector or intercessor (between the Lameds).

Thus the reason for not only having one lamed in the Hebrew word Palal (prayer). Because He answers and communicates by the spirit (a real thing) and a loop as seen in Romans chapter eight where he makes intercession for us.

From the above, you can see a picture of messiah in heaven interceding for us, only now that you have come this far in UNDERSTANDING, lets see even more!


Once years ago I was tutoring a Jehovah's Witness woman in Hebrew. She was learning so fast, it was impressive and truly amazing. She was reciting so well, but with only one glitch. Each time she would recite, she would skip over the Lamed!

I had taught her many spiritual revelations, one of which was the make up and construction of the Lamed. The Lamed is made of a Kaf and a Vav. This pictures a man standing on a wing or palm of a hand (a wing in ancient proto-semitic and palm of hand in Hebrew fonts) and being lifted to Heaven. The Lamed is the only letter that rises above the writing line and teaches an allegory of rising to the heavenly.

One day after some direction from the Lord, I was able to help her:
I asked her – Who is the Lamed? She answered, after thinking for a minute:“Jesus”. I said very good! Now, don't forget the Lamed!

For almost a year after she still said taking a breath before reciting: “I will not forget the Lamed”.

This was my word for her, but one day it brought me a revelation.
It just came to me one day. Let me first tell you that I thought that I would never in my lifetime ever use Psalm 110:1 with a Jewish unbeliever! Some Christians might feel smart using it because 2000 years ago messiah quoted it in Luke 20:42 to some Jewish scribes. However, the point here is that they are now ready and waiting for the question and they have had about 2000 years to think about it. In fact, they might even think something like: That's all you got after 2000 years? What, nothing new?

Well, I had just got a revelation that morning and later that evening went to a function and somehow, kind of “accidentally” found myself sitting next to a retired rabbi. We talked for hours and really had a good time. However I found myself having to reveal my new understanding, which did make him think (and I know after that night will never be the same for either of us).

At one point it just fit into the conversation. I asked what about Psalm 110? He quickly answered, “oh, that is a missionary verse”!

I said yes, I know, but did you ever notice that here in Psalm 110 that Adoni uses Lamed as a prefix? (La-adoni) He answered, “yes, so, 'to' the Lord...and very common”. I got to share that while the prefix may be common, the use of it with Adoni was not so common being only 14 times in the entire Tanakh. And then I got to ask him – “and who is the Lamed?”

But now for you: We know that Lamed is a prefix meaning “to”, but there is also a picture in the construction of the letter Lamed itself. This is because rabbis in many places teach that The letter Vav is a Man. They also teach that the letter Kaf is a hand (palm of a hand) and in ancient Hebrew hieroglyphics "a wing").

Rabbis also teach that anything that goes above the Hebrew writing line, goes to Heaven. The Lamed is made up of a Kaf (wing) with a Vav (man) standing on it! The Lamed is the only letter that goes above the Hebrew writing line.

The Lamed () pictures a man being lifted to heaven.

In the verse:

"A Psalm of David. Jehovah saith unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, Until I make thine enemies thy footstool" (Psalms 110:1 [ASV])


Notice here that in Hebrew the word is not “just” the regular word for “Lord”
(Adoni), but it uses the prefix attached to the word Lord/Adoni
(). So what we see if we look at it pictorially is a man that has been lifted to heaven, here called Lord or now understood with the prefix as the “risen Lord”.

We can now have the understanding that HaShem said to the man that was lifted to heaven, sit here until I make your enemies your footstool.

Who is in heaven right now, waiting until his enemies are made his footstool?

Who do you think this is? Who fits this picture?

As you learn more about how Hebrew is written, you will see that this is much more then mere coincidence.

You can also check out this section in my Prophecy in the Aleph-Bet section where this information is duplicated with more added information towards the bottom.

Please check back to this page as I will add more on this topic soon









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