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    "y'hi or" = 232, same as "d'var hashem" - the word of the Lord

    i picked up from RAM

    https://www.biblewheel.com/GR/GR_232.php
    The first two words in Scripture spoken by the Lord God Almighty are Yahi Aur, translated as Let there by light. We have the identity:

    Let there be light

    Yahi Aur

    = 232

    This coincides exactly with the two words that define what the Bible is really all about:

    The Word of the Lord

    Davar YHVH

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    it sheds new light on the beast


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    Psalms 111:10

    The heart of wisdom is the fear of the Lord; good understanding to all who perform them; his praise endures forever.


    This psalm begins with

    Hallelujah, I shall thank the Lord with all my heart with the counsel of the upright and [in] the congregation.

    So that fits!

    Rashi:
    Hallelujah, I shall thank, etc.: This psalm was based on the alphabet, one letter at the beginning of the verse and one in the middle of it, and so all of them [this psalm's verses are] from "aleph" to "tav", and so too is the second psalm. The first one speaks in praises of the Holy One, blessed be He, and the second one speaks in praise of a righteous, God-fearing person.
    In the last verse are the last three letters "resh", "shin", "tav" --as initials of resp. "reishit" (beginning) , "sechel" (understanding), "t'hillato" (his praise),

    the three letters that also form "reishit".

    "b'reishit bara" - with the heart of wisdom he created

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