|Section 7: Deeper Wisdom, Article 4
What About Qabbalah?
Crown, Overruling unity
Beauty, Balance, Harmony
Respect, Fear, Obedience
| Note that the commandments were given to men in their fallen state, but the qualities of Yehuveh manifested in these twelve words are of eternal and uncorrupted value. Therefore, as we identify the connection of each of the twelve words with a commandment, we must think larger and connect each word with a concept so much larger than the commandment that it becomes eternally expanding, rather than presently limiting. To illustrate, while the commandment "Thou shalt not kill" is limiting, the broad concept of respect and honor for life is exceptionally broad and limitless. Exodus 20:13.
Study the discussions of these twelve words by clicking on the corresponding word in the list at the right. An exhaustive collection of the Scriptures where each word is used are also listed, so you can do your own complete research on the way Yehuveh views each word throughout Torah.
Restoring this twelfth word [(9) Yir’ah, H3374] plus the suppressed eleventh word [(-) Da`ath, H1847] in traditional Qabbalah, we have the true original list of Yehuveh’s qualities:
1. Kether [H3804], literally meaning crown, describes elevated unity with Yehuveh.
2. Chochmah [H2451], meaning wisdom, intuition, knowing how to apply knowledge. 3. Biynah [H0998], meaning intelligence, understanding, analytical skills.
4. Da`ath [H1847], meaning knowledge, instruction, personal experience.
5. Chesed [H2617], meaning impulse to give, mercy, lovingkindness, outgoing care.
6. Geburah [H1369], meaning sound judgment, organization, restraint, control.
7. Tiphereth [H8597], meaning harmony, balance, truth, beauty, grace, temperance.
8. Netsah [H6098], meaning urge to accomplish, ambition, achievement, purpose.
9. Yir’ah [H3374], meaning fear of Yehuveh, respect, reverence, obedience.
10. Hod [H1935], meaning stability, honor, glory, persistence, consistency.
11. Yesod [H3245], meaning communication, connection with others.
12. Malchuth [H4438], meaning self-direction, realization of full potential.
These twelve words represent Yehuveh’s character and conduct; combined they are Elohim. See Who or What is Elohim?
Qabbalah Throughout Scripture
When you recognize the elements of Yehuveh’s Qabbalah throughout Scripture, you will truly have access to the “tree of life” again. Everything in spiritual experience and personal study will forever change for you.
Originally Written: 2 December 2005
Latest Update: 28 July 2010
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