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Psalm 34: I Will Teach
Come, ye children, hearken unto me:
I will teach you the fear of the LORD.
Psalm 34 (Spoke 12, Cycle 2)
Then the king of Assyria commanded, saying, Carry thither one of the priests
whom ye brought from thence; and let them go and dwell there, and let
him teach them the manner of the God of the land. Then one of the
priests whom they had carried away from Samaria came and dwelt in Bethel, and
taught them how they should fear the LORD.
2 Kings (Spoke 12, Cycle 1)
Lamed is the Teaching letter. Its meaning manifests with perfect clarity here on Spoke 12 of the Inner Cycle of the Psalms.
But as with any passage of the three dimensional Bible, Psalm 34 can
be viewed from three levels:
- Level 1: Seen from the perspective of the Bible Wheel, it is
simply a chapter of the Psalms and so resides on Spoke 19 (cf.
A Cry unto God).
- Level 2: Psalm 34 can be viewed as the 34th element of the
Inner Cycle of the Psalms. As such, it resides on Cycle 2 of Spoke 12 (34 = 122).
- Level 3: We can look at its internal alphabetic sequence - the
sequence of verses - which in this case were
designed by God as illustrative of the alphabet since Psalm 34 is one of the 21
Alphabetic Verses. Now the great miracle of God is that
He integrated the Level 2 and Level 3 using the Lamed KeyWord Lechu.
At each level, we move down to a deeper level of structure - not unlike going from Molecules
to Atoms to Quarks (subatomic particles). Thus we see God's Word exhibiting the same reiterative
structure as the rest of Creation - all to His Glory.
I will start at the deepest level so we can extract the Lamed KeyWord that unlocks the whole structure.
Thus we look at the Lamed verse of Psalm 34 - quoted above.
Here is an interlinear translation:
The red words are all Lamed KeyWords. The central word displays how the Lamed and the Yod
combine to form the word Li - meaning "for me."
This is easily analyzed as:
Li (For Me) = Lamed (To/For) and
This is the holographic property of Hebrew. Each Stone (individual
letter) carries its own meaning into the combination with others to form Houses (Words) where the
meaning of the whole is built from the integration of the parts. For example, the
Letter Beyt signifies
a House which reflects its grammatical function as the prefix signifying the preposition "in".
Thus, the word
for heart (Lev) is easily analyzed as:
Lev (Heart) = Lamed (To-wards) and
Beyt (In-ward) = Towards the Inner
This is the meaning of Lamed Beyt - the Heart!
The whole language is built like this, [cf. Father (Av),
Son (Ben), and
Father + Son (Aven)] and it
all integrates with the structure of Scripture and the
everlasting Gospel Story. Glory! Intellectual delight uniting every faculty of the soul -
religious, devotional, mathematical, poetic, linguistic ... there is no end the wonders
God has prepared for those who love him.
The last word in the verse is not written as a KeyWord but is based on
the most fundamental of all Lamed KeyWords,
the root (Lamad, Teach) - whence
the name Lamed. This defines the essence of Spoke 12. (cf.
Teach and Exhort!). It is
prefixed with an Aleph to indicate the first person future, the idea of
I will. The suffix indicates the second person masculine plural.
The first word of this verse is one of the most delightfully rich and surprising Lamed KeyWords. It is
from the root (Halek) which varies but slightly from its English
equivalent Walk. It is profoundly integrated with the Parsha Lech Lecha which begins with
Genesis 12. This reveals a strong link between the
Lamed KeyWord revealed in the
Alphabet Verse of Psalm 34 (Level 3) and the Inner Cycle of Genesis (Level 2). Yet there is
more! This word also appears in the opening passage of II Kings -
Book 12 - in the very passage
that is strongly linked to Matthew 12! This then loops back
to the title of the Psalm we are studying -
Psalm 34 - which reads:
A Psalm of David, when he changed his behaviour before Abimelech; who
drove him away, and he departed.
The concept of "driving away" is a very Lamed-like action that links to numerous
threads running through the various levels of Spoke 12. In your study you will see this
manifest in a high frequency of
"casting out" as in Revelation 12 and Matthew 12, and the "driving out" of Avram in Genesis 12.
But the key is the phrase "and he departed" which in Hebrew is
(V'Yelach), cognate with Lechu,
the Lamed KeyWord given in the Lamed verse of Psalm 34. This means that the Lamed KeyWord from
Level 3 in Psalm 34 loops back to the title of Psalm 34 on Level 2.
But the connection runs deeper
34 is the only Psalm to contain this exact Hebrew word V'Yelach, and the first
appearance of this word is found in - can you
believe it? - Genesis 12.4 when it says Avram departed after receiving the command "Lech Lecha"!
It requires a certain mental discipline to trace these threads through all the different Inner Cycles and
Alphabetic Verses without getting lost. Here is an image I hope will help. It shows how the
Lamed KeyWords link on all three levels. Note the double link to
Genesis 12 and the loopback from the Lamed Verse of the Inner Wheel of Psalm 34 (Level 3) to
its title on Level 2.
Here are the details from Levels 2 and 3: