L’Khayim! No, REALLY!

Khai

I’m not one for thinking that images in clouds mean anything at all. But this is just an opportunity to show that random patterns in clouds sometimes lean in another direction…and I don’t blame Jews for pointing this one out! Since there are so few of us, these get pointed out far less often, but are probably ‘available’ just as often as others’ hopes.

This is, however, a VERY distinct “Khet”, the eighth letter of the Alef Bet.

It is the Hebrew symbol for ‘infinity’, and also the symbol worn around the neck of many Jews, including my brother Kefa Berg, as it means “Khai,” which means “LIFE”. The theme of the letter, then, is ‘eternal life’.

This happens also to be the symbol that would have been painted over the houses in the Pesakh [Passover], the blood of the lamb being painted over the doorposts and lintel [side posts and top] as instructed in Shemot [Exodus] 12:7 . It is not a coincidence that this forms the “Khet”, the symbol for eternal life.

Messiah Yeshua IS our “Pesakh”, our ‘pascal lamb offering’, [1 Cor 5:7 ] and is our source of life ETERNAL, for those who turn to the Way of G-d, the Torah as taught by Yeshua, and trust in His shed blood.

It is also the first letter in “Khermon,” or Mount Hermon…. now, go read Psalm 133…. Kefa Berg‘s favorite, and pay attention to the “Dew of Khermon,” in the LAST verse….

L’khayim! [To LIFE!]

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