The Universal Law of Hebrew: Bet

Bet, in ancient Hebrew is a picture of a house or tent.


Bet is the second Hebrew letter of the alephbet.

The second commandment reads:

Bet: You will not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.

What does a bet (house) have to do with not making any graven images (idols)?
What are graven images? Are they just a replica of something?

We shall see!

15 And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.

Joshua 24:15

Joshua (Yehoshua) said; As for me and my Bayit (house) we will serve the Lord.

Bare with me here as I mix things up a little.
Let’s go to another verse.

5 Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus:
6 Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God

Philippians 2:5-6

What does this scripture mean by “thought it not robbery to be equal with God?

I am aware that the verse I shared is in part. Perhaps the answer to my question is in the proceeding verses.

The meaning of robbery here is equivalent to evil. Joshua 24:15 read, “And if it seems evil unto you to serve the Lord…”

If this verse were to be expressed in Hebrew it would sound something like this:
Who, being in the form of God, thought it not evil to be subject with God.’

Subjection in Hebrew thought is a picture of being equal.

You will see why in my next illustration.

🔺️ Triangle
One man decides that if he could get ten men to give him a million dollars he then would be willing to give one hundred thousand dollars to each of the men in appreciation for their service. The ten men think in order to give this man one million dollars I need to get one hundred men to give me over one hundred thousand dollars and I will give them ten thousand dollars in appreciation for their service. One hundred men think I need to get one thousand men to give me over ten ten thousand dollars and I will give them one thousand dollars in appreciation for their services, and so on it goes all of the way down to a penny.

🔻Inverted Triangle

One man thinks, “I must give all that I have to 12 men and in return they must give all that they have free of charge to 24 men and in return 24 men must give all that they have free of charge to 48 men,“–and so on it goes till the house is full of life and health.

Joshua said “As for me and my house, we will serve as the one who gives free of charge, and he didn’t think it robbery to be humble as God.

BET is a house.

Abraham was the aleph of faith (the ox of faith) the father, strong leader of faith. What he is known for is how he used his faith in hospitality to others.

Bet is not just a house–it is a hospital and from which comes the word hospitality.

If one man charges (oppresses) for what he gives he will cause other men to replicate the same image as he is. If one man think that YAH is evil, unfair, he will charge other men to live. GRAVEN IMAGE!

There are two types of houses (hospitals)–one charges for repair and maintenance and the other house gives freely for all services.

The house of charge patches people together and cause a continuation of servitude under dilution of health,. Eventually the server will give out–never to be repaired or replenished. The house of giving is eternal as its source of life is forever replenishing or repairing.

We go to school to learn to be doctors, psychologist, teachers, and preachers. We are taught how to live within the house’s economic system. It works, but it cannot last–neither can it produce true repair or maintenance.

You cannot charge for what should be given freely! When the human body begins to tax itself disease is inevitable. All disease starts from a house that charges.

You cannot charge for healing!

Build the house and remove all sickness and disease! BUILD!

1 Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal.
2 And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not charity, I am nothing.
3 And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have not charity, it profiteth me nothing.

1 Corinthians 13: 1-3

What happens when a man gives from bondage?
What does he teach his house?

You will not make any graven image…

The law of BET!!

The Law of Bet Part 2

As explained in the law of Bet part 1, Bet is a picture of a tent or house. More importantly, the context of the law of Bet is intimate and means the inner workings of a healthy home.

Side note: if a person has a good grasp of the Hebrew letters, they will be able to see the context of everything that is written in the latter (New Testament) scriptures.

I explained that to give context to my starting point in part 2.

1 Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal.
2 And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not charity, I am nothing.
3 And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have not charity, it profiteth me nothing.

1 Corinthians 13:1-3

The context of these verses come from the subject and law of BET.

Verse 1. The hollowness of our words if we have not charity

Vs 2. The value of my abilities and drive without charity don’t nor won’t validate my worth or value.

Vs 3. What good is a sacrificial life without charity? Answer: nothing!

What is charity?

The Greek word agape vs the Hebrew word Tzedakah

Agape (translated charity): affection, good will, love, benevolence, brotherly love

Tzedakah (translated righteousness/charity): is sacrificial service based on the need of others for replenishment or repair, for the purpose of continuation of the quality of life and the reproduction there of. (My description)

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Tzedakah is the Hebrew word for philanthropy and charity. It is a form of social justice in which donors benefit from giving as much or more than the recipients. So much more than a financial transaction, tzedakah builds trusting relationships and includes contributions of time, effort, and insight.

Charity is value that comes from being valued. Charity only comes from hospitality. Charity comes from a house (Bet) that replenishes and repairs.

1st Corinthians 13 is coming from no man can have charity and live in a house of debt. That charity can only come from receiving and knowing what has been freely given to a person. All other charities, that charge for rent and give from those proceeds profit nothing and they are an graven image of things in the heavens, earth, and of things in the deep.

The story of the good Samaritan comes from the law of Bet.

The law of Bet, a home for replenishment, revitalization, reconstruction, healing and repair–without charge or taxation!

Written by: Tracy Anderson


The Universal Law of Hebrew: Aleph

Hebrew is a universal language of behavior. Read and explore what depths it has to offer to all.

The law of Aleph

Aleph in ancient Hebrew is a picture of an ox. It is the first letter of the Hebrew aleph-bet and is a silent letter.

Aleph is the first letter that represents YAH.

Have you noticed that YAH/God is silent?

Why would YAH want to be represented by an ox?

Two of the most notable characteristics of an (male) ox is their strength and leadership. The leadership of an ox comes more in the form of training and development. Much, if not most of the time that two oxen are yoked together there is an elder ox yoked with the younger ox. This gives the picture of leadership/training and developer.

Another outstanding characteristic of an ox is their humility. This humility is unlike what is taught in religion. When applying humility to an ox confidence is a synonym of humility.

Let me explain.

These three things equal confidence.

1. Knowing who they are

2. Knowing what their purpose is

3. Having a sense of direction and goal

Humility should be a disposition rather than a act. For oxen, humility is a disposition. YAH’s humility/confidence is a disposition forever on display.

Also, oxen are very resilient. YAH is resilient.

Can you see a person/ox not worried about the outcome of something? They take no thought for tomorrow? Does that seem like confidence? Does that fit humility? The characteristic of Aleph places its hope of the future in its offspring. YAH places his hope of the future in his offspring.

Aleph = author or founder as in father of the house.

Alef as a command

The numerical value of Aleph is 1. The first commandment is:

Aleph. You will not have no other god before me. Meaning YAH/father/God.

The commandment is in the letter Aleph.
The judgment is the statement that you won’t have no other gods (things that rule over you or control you) as long as you are yoked to Aleph.

I have shared that the Hebrew letter Aleph is a picture of the head of a ox. It means strong leader as in a father.

ALEPH. Blessed are the undefiled in the way, who walk in the law of the LORD.
2 Blessed are they that keep His testimonies, and that seek Him with the whole heart.
3 They also do no iniquity: they walk in His ways.
4 Thou hast commanded us to keep Thy precepts diligently.
5 O that my ways were directed to keep Thy statutes!
6 Then shall I not be ashamed, when I have respect unto all Thy commandments.
7 I will praise thee with uprightness of heart, when I shall have learned Thy righteous judgments.
8 I will keep thy statutes: O forsake me not utterly.

Psalm 119

Happy are the whole or complete (meaning healthy) on their journey, who walk in the Torah of YAH/father.

One of the words that stands out in this verse is Law/Torah.

As the son ox is yoked to the father ox, what would the context of torah be?
Torah is unspoken law. It is the law that is defined only by love. It only exists in an intimate relationship, as opposed to an affectionate relationship. Torah is more a state of being rather than a act.

It would say, “I don’t cheat on my wife because I am constrained only by love.” Torah means that wrong can only exist outside of love/ charity.

That may be a hard concept to grasp for some.

Aleph gives a picture of two oxen yoked together that makes them one. “I and my father are One” said Yeshua (Jesus). That is the primary law of torah, oneness.

You will not have no other gods before me!

Happy are they that guard his testimonies and seek him with the whole heart.

The Hebrew concept to keep or guard is to add or to multiply. To guard is to always be on the offensive. Stagnation or complacency jeopardizes the testimonies.

Testimony is a result or evidence of value. Good health testifies of the work or value that was put into something.

In order to keep the value and quality of something you must continue to reproduce the same value and quality or it will lose value.

Aleph: you will not have no greater value/god before the the Most High!

They do no iniquity; they walk as he walks.

The most direct way to explain iniquity is when someone becomes independent from god and makes themselves a god themselves.

In behavior it is when a person makes others serve them, as in slavery. God is not their provider, they find a way of providing for themselves through their own ingenuity. If not corrected it will reproduce itself over and over again thus becoming a god, just as YAH will reproduce but from a healthy reproduction.

If one walks as he walks there will be no other gods before the highest of quality.

There is no rival to YAH but man makes himself a rival to Yah. That is the meaning of devil.

All other commandments/letters are dependent on the letter Aleph and are interdependent one to another.

There is way more to these verses than what I have shared. There can be a a large volume book written just on the one letter, as well as all of the other letters.

The law of Aleph: The strength and confidence of an ox/father!

Written by: Tracy Anderson


aleph-bet: referring to the first two letters of the Hebrew alphabet–aleph and bet. This is where the Roman alphabet (used in English) gets it name–originally.