On this Episode 86 of Real Israel Talk Radio and Defining Biblical Love Part 22, let us continue with the series of statements that Paul makes in 1 Corinthians 13 verse 7 saying that Biblical Love “believes all things.”
Today, we’ll take a closer look into the Hebrew letters giving us the word “et.” These two letters in Hebrew will show us THE TRUTH of John 5:37-38 as this is linked to Hebrews 4:1-3, Exodus 15:11, Isaiah 9:6, and Hosea 5:11. On this podcast, we will learn that reading scripture is no guarantee for salvation and deliverance. Rather, it is scripture that points us to the Savior who is found in the expression and meaning of the Aleph Tav (Greek: the Alpha and the Omega). Scripture shows us that it was the Aleph Tav who did his works of wonders (Hebrew: “payleh” – Pey, Lamed, Aleph in Isaiah 9:6) in the midst of the wilderness wanderings of the Hebrew nation after being rescued from their Egyptian bonds of slavery. In rejecting this Aleph Tav (Greek: Alpha and Omega), the Hebrew nation found itself merely hearing THE WORD but not doing THE WORD (see Ya’acov or James 1:22-25). This came to be the basis for a brief theological treatment as recorded for us in Hebrews 4:1-3, the very same message that Yeshua himself spoke about in John 5:39.
All of this background gives us the packaging for Paul’s lesson on biblical love in 1 Corinthians 13:7 that Love is All-Believing.” We’ll have a look at all this and so much more on today’s episode of Defining Biblical Love and the Works of the Aleph Tav.