Spoke 18 - Tsaddi - The Great Commission
And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me
in heaven and in earth. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them
in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to
observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway,
even unto the end of the world. Amen.
Matthew 28:18f (Spoke 18, Cycle 2)
The letter Tsaddi governs Spoke 18 where we find the Gospel of Matthew in Cell 40
on Cycle 2. The primary meaning of the Letter is found in the words Tsadek (Righteous) and
Tsavah (Command) as discussed in the introduction to Spoke 18.
The elemental force of the letter can be seen by analyzing words formed from simple
combinations with other letters. The simplest
such word is formed from its combination with Aleph to form the qal imperative verb
(Tsey!) which is the command Go Forth! The first occurrence
of this exact word is found in Genesis 8.16 when God commanded Noah to "go forth"
from the ark after the flood had receded.
This is the primary elemental force of the Letter Tsaddi. It is the essence of the idea of a command;
as exemplified by the close similarity of the command to "go forth" - (tzey) -
and the general word meanign "command" - צוה (tzavah).
This close relation forms the basis of the integration of Spoke 18 with
World History and the great missionary expansion of the Eighteenth Century.
God used tzavah in two Alphabetic Verses:
- AV Ps 111:9b ... he hath commanded (tzavah) his covenant for ever:
- AV Ps 119:138 Thy testimonies that thou hast commanded (tzavah) are righteous (tzedek)
and very faithful.
Note the alliterative use of Tzaddi KeyWords in the verse from AV Psalm 119:138. This is common in Alphabetic Verses.
This all manifests with brilliant clarity on Spoke 18 where the Gospel goes forth simultaneous from Cell 40 of the Inner
Wheel of Isaiah and Cell 40 of the Bible Wheel. The correlation is mathematically exact, with the
prophecy and its fulfillment forming a second order projective link, as discussed in
the article Inner Wheels > Isaiah > The Gospel Goes Forth.
The Great Commission also links to the Trinitarian Theophany found in
Genesis 18 and the much disputed
Johannine Comma - the most explicit
Trinitarian Witness in all Scripture. Searching all seven versions for all verses containing
the three Divine Titles (Father, Son or Word, Holy Ghost or Spirit) yields exactly two verses in the
KJV/NKJV, but only one or none in all the others. We have therefore a Spoke 18 KeyLink, unique to the
KJV text form, that simultaneously supports both the doctrine of the Trinity and the inclusion of the
|KeyLink: The Witness of the Holy Trinity|
LinkSet (Father, Son/Word, Holy Ghost)
This is discussed in more detail in Three Witnesses for 1 John 5.7.