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Spoke 1 - Aleph

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Spoke 1 - Aleph - I will Exalt Thee and Praise thy Name

I will extol thee, my God, O king; and I will bless thy name for ever and ever.

AV Psalm 145:1 (Aleph)

O LORD, thou art my God; I will exalt thee, I will praise thy name; for thou hast done wonderful things; thy counsels of old are faithfulness and truth.

Isaiah 25:1 (Spoke 1, Cycle 2)

Aleph KeyWords

The two verses above form a KeyLink based on the set ("I will", extol/exalt, thy, name) [Verify] . The primary link between these two verses is aromimkah, the third Aleph KeyWord listed in the table. The exact form of this word (specified by the string mwr@vei1cs+S2m* in the excellent Bible Works 7 This link takes you off the Bible Wheel site and opens a new window software) appears in only two verses other than those quoted above (Ps 30:1, 118:28). When the search is expanded to include "shem" (name), it selects only the two verses that form the KeyLink. This means we have a KeyLink from the Aleph verse of AV Ps 145 to the Book of Isaiah on Spoke 1 of the Bible Wheel. This is the definition of an Alphabetic KeyLink:

keySpoke 1 Alphabetic KeyLink:
I will Exalt Thee
AV Psalm 145:1chainIsaiah (Spoke 1)

 

Alphabetic KeyLinks are the clearest and most obvious demonstrations of the alphabetic design of the whole Bible in the form of the Wheel because they show the content of the books on the Spokes track exactly with the Alphabetic Verses which were written hundreds of years before Christ was born. See the Table of Alphabetic Links and KeyLinks for dozens of examples of this astounding phenomenon.

But there is more, as always! The verse in Isaiah 25:1 is one of the most densly packed sets of Aleph KeyWords found in the Bible. As shown in the table, it contains six Aleph KeyWords, and of these six, four are used as KeyWords in the corresponding Alphabetic Verses:

  • AV Ps 145:1 I will extol thee (aromimkah), my God (Elohi), O king; and I will bless thy name for ever and ever.
  • AV PS 9:1 I will praise thee (odeh), O LORD, with my whole heart; I will shew forth all thy marvellous works.
  • AV Ps 119:7 I will praise thee (odkah) with uprightness of heart, when I shall have learned thy righteous judgments.
  • AV Ps 111:1 ... I will praise (odeh) the LORD with my whole heart ...
  • AV Ps 119:4 Thou (Attah) hast commanded us to keep thy precepts diligently.

Three of these KeyWords exemplify the grammatical function of the Aleph prefix which indicates the intent to act, the idea of I WILL. Technically, the Aleph prefix indicates the grammatical case called the first person imperfect. The last two KeyWords are based on the comment root amen (truth, faithfullness). This root does not appear in the Alphabetic Verses, but it does play an essential role in the Spoke 1 theme linking Genesis 15:6 to Romans 4:3 based on righteous through faith (see the Spoke 1 article: The Election of Abraham).

When Isaiah is viewed as an Inner Wheel, its 25th chapter corresponds to the 25th book of the Bible, Lamentations, which is the one book in the Bible to be explicitly structured on the pattern of the Hebrew alphabet. The dense collection of Aleph KeyWords in the first verse of Isaiah 25 made me wonder if the whole chapter might be alphabetically structured like Lamentatinos. You can review the results here.






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