God’s Hebrew Alphabet & Prophetic Meaning!


Shalom Partner and Friend of Israel,

The very first words of God entrusted to the Jewish people were spoken in Hebrew. Even though God can speak to everyone in their own languages Hebrew is the only language and vehicle that God chose to communicate to mankind. Later God’s Word – the Bible was translated into different languages. Even though the New Testament Scriptures have come to us by Greek neither Yeshua (Jesus) nor any of His twelve Apostles spoke Greek as their native language …they all spoke Hebrew! Their words were later translated into Greek. “The law will go out from Zion, the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.” – Isaiah 2:3.  The return of the Jewish people back to the land of Israel in the last century was the words of the Old Testament prophets being fulfilled! The whole Bible makes more sense when read and understood through Hebrew. It’s a love story between our Creator God and His people – the Jews and for His Church. Sadly, “replacement theology set into the church and was separated from it’s Jewish roots 2,000 years ago when Church Fathers embraced Greek philosophy, Roman ways, Gregorian calendar and the loss of the Hebrew language.

We trust that your faith will blossom and be strengthened as we share and venture into this “Heavenly language of Hebrew” together… Eliezer Ben Yehudah supernaturally almost single-handedly revived the Modern Hebrew language before the re-birth of the State of Israel in 1948. The Hebrew language is well and alive – filled with prophetic words for our time! And, it’s time for Gentiles to rediscover the Holy language lost millennia ago! We have taught previously on this subject and want to again focus specifically on the Hebrew Alphabet and in a nutshell share some prophetic insights. The Hebrew word “letter” is called “ot” and means “sign” or a “wonder.” “iota” is the Greek word for the smallest letter and in Hebrew alphabet …the “yod” and “tittle” are the smallest stroke of a Hebrew letter. Every letter is placed purposely in the Bible and the letters are “signs” and “wonders” …and will be fulfilled and has purpose to fulfil God’s perfect plan – Yeshua (Jesus) said so Himself in Matthew 5;17-18. Yeshua said that He did NOT come to destroy the law (Torah) or the Prophets but came to fulfil it! There is power behind Hebrew letters and God is sharing His mind with us. “In the (“acharit hayamin”) Last Days, you will understand everything. -  Jeremiah 23:20. The Hebrew Alefbet (Alphabet) in itself is not just a list of letters we learn to compose words with … but, a learning tool for wisdom and to see God’s principles displayed one letter after the other in a beautiful meaningful order. Every letter has a value and meaning to the valueLet us begin as we introduce you to these amazing letters of God!



The “Alef“ (“Aleph”) is the 1st letter of the Hebrew alphabet and the numerical value is one…  It represents a picture of “an Ox.” “Alef” our strong God - Creator – God – Master of the Universe – our teacher - the only true God! “Hear O Israel, the Lord, Our God, The Lord is One.” – Deuteronomy 6:4. The first man – Adam was made in the image of God (Genesis 1:26); Alef is the letter representing the Creator …and like Adam we too are created in God’s image. Humanity carries the very image of God! Every one of us are precious and unique. Human life is holy from inception – at birth and until the very last breath! “Dam” (part of Adam’s Name) in Hebrew means “blood” and every human being is alive because of blood. Every living animal or fish are alive because of  blood! We read in Leviticus 17:11 that the life of a creature is in the blood!

The Hebrew language is built on “root” names, called “shoresh.” We can see similar names which are related to each other and some are related to “ADAM.” For example the colour “red” - “Adom” by just changing the vowel. Like earth or “ground”  – “Adamah” you get “likeness or image.” We get from the word Adam… that God made Adam in His image from the ground and put blood inside him so he livedAnother example is; “man” = “Ish” or “woman” = “Isha” and both begin with the letter “alef” – representing God, our Creator and the Creator of Heaven and earth. If we take two common letters of “Ish” and “Isha” (Alef and Shin) they make the word “fire,” “Esh” and fire can be used to keep us warm or can destroy. When a couple is married – the Lord is part of that marriage covenant! If we take the letters of “Ish” (man) and “Isha” (woman) – they also make the name “Yah” which is the short name for the Lord God in Hebrew YHVH. Man, “Ish” has a part of God’s image and woman “Isha” has another part of God’s image but together they carry God’s Holy Name “Yah.” They as couple have the amazing ability to “create” together another human being as pro-creators.

The Alef and Tav (Alpha and Omega)… The Alef is the first letter and Tav is the last letter in the Hebrew Alphabet. “I am the Alpha and the Omega,” says the Lord God, “who was, who is, and is to come, the Almighty.” – Revelation 1:8; 21:6; 22:13. Yeshua (Jesus) declared …that He is “The Word” from the first letter to the last letter of the Alefbet and that He is God, Yahweh” …the One who was, who is and who is to come …the merciful One Genesis 11:1 and John 1:1 in the New Testament corresponds exactly with the meaning. The Word was a creating force and is God’s Signature! In Genesis 1 – God is “Elohim” (plural; Father, Son and Holy Spirit) the Creator and the God of strict justice. When we start to read the “creation of mankind” in Genesis 2 – God is YHVH (Yahweh) the personal name of God. Our God of mercy in dealing with human beings and had from all eternity a plan for redemption for His people. So through the whole Bible in Hebrew you can see when God shows Himself as the “strict Judge” or the “Merciful One” as Yahweh. However we unfortunately lost all that in translation!



The 2nd letter is “Bet” and its numerical number value is two… It represents a “house, a tent, a dwelling.” – The house “bayit” can also be a body that we live in. Our home is a containing for and place of protection, shelter and sanctuary. And, a “temple” - the first meeting place with the Lord and we are His family. The very first word in the Bible is “Bereshit - "in the beginning." Why should the Bible start with the letter “bet” instead of “alef?” God could show Hiis supremacy at the very beginning – the “alef” representing the Creator and Master! It started with “bet” because the Bible was written for mankind as a “manual of life” explaining how to dwell in his home in “Shalom” “peace!” (Revelation 21:3; Leviticus 26:11-13; Ezekiel 37:27)

The 3rd Hebrew letter is “Gimmel” and its numerical value is three… It represents a “camel” (gamal) – an animal that helps travellers to cross arid places. As the camel moves steadily forward, Gimel allows for continuity of movement and form. Every letter carries a principle of life that God desires to reveal to us. As “Alef” showed us God as Creator of the universe and our best teacher, “Bet” showed us that our dwelling on earth is to carry His Presence! “Gimmel” carries “kindness” and “generosity” – Our God cares for us. The verb “Gamal” means to nourish until completely ripe. It refers also to an infant to the point when the young child can live without its mothers nursing. What are we to God? We are His children and He cares for us and feeds us until we are mature. We can see “Alef” for studing God’s Word, “Bet” for our service to His home and “Gimel” for our acts of “kindness.” Everything began with God’s loving-kindness, “Chesed” – “mercy” also translated as “grace.”

The 4th Hebrew letter is “Dalet” and its numerical value is four… It represents a “door” - “gate – “entrance or exit.” The word “derek” means; “The Way” in Hebrew. The earliest followers of Yeshua (Jesus) – the Disciples and first Church was called “The Way.” (Acts 9:2; 24:14, 22). Yeshua is “The Way” to “Truth” to give us life; “ I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” – John 14:6.

The 5th Hebrew letter is “Hey” and its numerical value is 5… It represents a window. The letter stems from a root that means "to breathe" in the sense of allowing air and light. To see and to breath are two vital aspects of life. A window allows light and air to come in. It is an opening by which the light outside can reach us. It’s part of a tetragamatron, the Holy name of God – YHVH. (Exodus 3:14). The left leg of the letter has a small opening which symbolises the “passage” way to Heaven and the corridor is narrow because the way to Heaven isn’t an easy way – Matthew 7:13, 21. The bottom of the “Hey” is a wide opening – represents “hell” - we are to choose life (Deuteronomy 30:19). We have a great and mighty God! Five also stands for the first 5 books of the Bible, written by Moses. Reading the Bible, meditating and studying gives us a “window” into the realm of understanding of our Abba Father’s Kingdom principles. King David wrote the Psalms that are composed of 5 books and this gives us a “window” into the “spiritual” realm. Abram was rewarded with the addition of a “Hey” to his original name as the breath of our Creator came upon him with a promise (Genesis 17:5, 9). Abraham was the first man to recognize God as the Creator of Heaven after the Tower of Babylon and kept God’s Covenant. Abraham’s wife Sarai (meaning; “My princess”) was also given a “Hey” and became the “matriarch” of the whole world. Sarah who was barren was transformed by God and conceived Isaac – son of promise and the lineage of Israel! (Genesis 17:15-16) Abraham and Sarah are listed as the “promise of faith” (Romans 4:16-17) and are buried in HebronIsrael.

The 6th Hebrew letter is “Vav” and its numerical value is 6… It represents a “hook” - “nail” or “peg” - all have the function of fixing something or joining two parts together. It’s called the letter of “truth” because it stands perfectly straight, unbent and unadorned. Literally “Vav” means; a connective hook, and in fact is a connective letter that joins letters when it is used as a conjuction word; “and.” Psalm 119 is the longest Psalm composed of 176 verses built up to the 22 letters of the “Alefbet” Hebrew Alphabet. The first 8 verses start with the first letter “Alef” and the next 8 verses start with “Bet” and so on. Why 8 words? The number 7 means “completion” but 8 means “new beginning.” As Heaven and earth were created with the Word – so the new heaven and new earth will be. Every verse in Hebrew of Psalm 119:41–48 starts with the letter “Vav.” On the 6th day of Creation man was formed and the first Adam – failed!  And, so the second Adam – the upright and perfect One, Yeshua (Jesus) came to show “the Way!” (1 Corinthians 15:47). The second Adam had to have His hands pierced with nails “Vavim” (plural of “Vav”) and paid the price for all our transgressions with the “Vav!” Christ our connection into the Holy Presence of our Abba – Father.



The 7th Hebrew letter is “Zayim” and its numerical value is 7… It represents a “sword” - weapon” and “the Bride.” The sword is a weapon to attack, to defend, to cut into. The 7th day of the week is “Shabbat” (Sabbath) …and Shabbat is a prophetic day demonstrating that TRUTH will prevail and WILL be established upon the earth. The King of Kings will soon rule with His Bride! Shabbat iis the focal point of the week. In Hebrew the days are called independent of Shabbat. Sunday is simply called “the 1st Day of the week” - “Yom Rishon” as it is the first day. Monday is the 2nd day called; Yom Sheni” “the 2nd Day” and so on! In Israel the names of the days of the week have remained the same since creation and in the Bible “Yom Echad” – day one. God created the universe in 6 days and rested on the 7th day. There are 6 physical directions; south, north, east, west, up and down – and the 7th is the focal point.

The 8th Hebrew letter is “Chet” and its numerical value is 8… It represents a “hedge,” a “fence” and “a New Beginning.” Perhaps it has a reference to the “Shepherd’s protection of His flock.” The number 8 is the number of “new beginnings. 8 is 7 plus 1 and since it comes just after 7, which itself signifies an end to something …so 8 is also associated with the beginning of a new era or order. In the bible one can find many examples which bring forth and associate the number 8 with a “new beginning.” One such example is of Noah after the whole earth was covered in the flood …it was Noah the 8th person who stepped out of the Ark and took the responsibility of starting a “new era of life” – new world. God Himself, commanded “Circumcision” to be performed on the 8th Day - the Sign of the Covenant. Once again, the number 8 has exemplified the beginning of a new era in the bible. Hanukkah and “The Feast of Tabernacles” both lasts for 8 days! The number 8 associated with these feasts! Tabernacles can show us that this feast was to celebrate a “new beginning!” The resurrection of Christ on the 8th day is also associated with the number 8 of “new beginnings!” 



The 9th Hebrew letter is “Tet” – Its numerical value is 9… It represents an “opened container” (like a cup) and “a serpent” coiled up in a basket” …representing something rolled or twisted together. It is the number of the Antichrist. Psalm 9 certainly refers to the Antichrist and is a reference to Armageddon and Christ’s judgment at His Second Coming. The classical Hebrew Script is constructed of two preceding letters; “Vav” and “Zayin” also joined and somewhat resembling “a snake.” The “Tet” is a sort of confusing letter because it reveals both “good” (Tov) and “evil” (Luke 10:19). And, because the value of the “Tet” is 9 many Jewish Rabbi’s connects it to giving “birth! The letter “Tet” is shaped like a vessel that contains something “GOOD” with a greater meaning of “beneficial” and “hides it within!” According to Jewish tradition we can envision the “Tet” as a “womb,” which connects beautifully with the “number” of the letter “Tet” which is number “9”  representing the “9” months of pregnancy where the “foetus” is hidden within …and, baby only revealed after receiving its ‘goodness” from within!

The 10th Hebrew letter is “Yod” and its numerical value is 10… It represents a “hand” The word for “hand” in Hebrew is “Yad!”  It is the smallest letter in the “alefbet” – barely larger than a dot and cannot be divided into component parts. It alludes to the Lord who is; “One and indivisible” – although His attributes seem to be numerous and contradictory, they all flow from a unified purpose and existence. (Isaiah 26:4).  Jewish Sages explain that God created the universe with the letters “Yod” and “Hey” which stand for the Divine Name of God – “Yah!” With the letter “Yod” God created the world to come whilst …with the letter “Hey” He created the world. (Gensis 2:7). Man was created “mortal” (earthly) and “immortal” (heavenly) so we were created for this world and the one to come. At birth an infant’s hands are clenched fists, signifying possessiveness as if to say; the entire world is mine! But, at death the hands are opened – letting go of the world - not taking anything physical from this earth along with him. (1 Corinthians 15:54-55).

The 11th Hebrew letter is “Kaf” and its numerical value is 20… It represents the “palm of the “hand” or “spoon.” The number 11 is made up of 2 letters; “yod” and “alef” and as such does NOT comprise a word. Its also a letter that has a final or “sofit” and changes form when it is placed at the end of a sentence. The “Kaf” looks like a hook and speaks of the world to come “Olam HaBa!” – Where nothing will be bent anymore! The word for “spoon” in Hebrew is “kaf” – which is a representative of a “hand as container. Psalm 119:81-88 express King David’s yearning to be sheltered in ‘the Palm of God’s Hands.’ If 10 is the number which marks the perfection of “Divine Order” - then 11 is an addition to it, subversive of and undoing that order! If, 12 is the number, which marks the perfection of Divine government, then 11 falls short of it …and marks; disorder, disorganization, imperfection, and disintegration. Even the term “the 11th hour” carries with it the connotation of impending doom and seemed to be the case for Germany in World War I. Had they not agreed to sign an armistice, the nation would have faced the victorious allied armies! The German delegation averted catastrophe by signing the agreement  - ending the war on November 11th , at 11 A.M. – the 11th month, the 11th  day, and the 11th hour!

The 12th Hebrew letter is “Lamed” and its numerical value is 30… It represents “Teaching” and “Learning” and is a majestic letter that towers above the other letters from the position in the centre of the “Alefbet.” It shows that teaching and learning the highest calling for humanity and “learning” the Bible is an act of worship! Lamed represents the heart - “lev” which is also in the centre of the body. As the heart sustains the body, heartfelt study of the Word of God – sustains the spirit. 12 is a perfect number. There are 12 divisions of the heavens that govern the night; 12 months of the year; 12 Tribes of Israel and in Revelation the 144,000 (12,000 from each Tribe of Israel); 12 Disciples chosen by Yeshua (Jesus). The Holy City - New Jerusalem, is described as being 12,000 furlongs in length, breadth, and height. Someday, the Kingdom and the Coming “King of Kings” and “Lord of Lords” – Yeshua, will restore and govern this world.

The 13th Hebrew letter is “Mem” and its numerical value is 40… It represents a wave of “water” (mayim). (Psalm 42:1). “Mem” also represents waters, people, languages, tongues! The numbers 13 (and its multiples) are connected with rebellion, apostasy, defection, corruption, disintegration, or revolution (Genesis 14:4). The “Mem” is a letter that has a final “Mem sofit” and changes when at end of sentence and then looks like a square. It stands for “Moses the revealed one” and the “Messiah” – the concealed One!  Moses was 40 years in the desert of Midian and 40 years leading the Hebrew people to the Promised Land. He 40 days prior to receiving the Ten Commandments; Solomon fasted for 40 days before writing Proverbs and Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah fasted in the desert 40 days before His Ministry. The “concealed” embryo of a baby is established in the mother’s womb 40 days and will need 40 weeks to be revealed at birth. Amazing! Concealed in the Mother’s womb and revealed to her at the birth of her baby



The 14th Hebrew letter is “Nun” and its numerical value is 50… It represents a “fish” and a concept of “faithfulness.” It is also a letter that has a final “Nun sofit” and changes at end of sentence. “Nun’ is also for light “ner.” Nun in Hebrew means “fish” in Aramaic and denotes productiveness and sign of life changing continuously but always remaining the same just as the flowing of water. It’s first mentioned in Exodus 33:11 - Joshua the son of “Nun!” The symbol of the “fish” has its roots in early Christianity as an emblem of Messiah, Yeshua. The Gematria of the number 50; represents fullness of life and freedom; the Jubilee Year (Yovel);  50 days of the Exodus to the giving of the Torah; 50 days between Feast of Passover and Resurrection of Yeshua (Jesus) to the Feast  of Weeks – Pentecost.

The 15th Hebrew letter is “Samech” and its numerical value is 60… It represents a “circle.” It indicates God’s protection like a surrounding wall of fire (Zechariah 2:5) and upholds this world and the world to come. It has no beginning and no end! The centre of the “samech” represents the centre of the world – Israel. Jerusalem is the centre of Israel and the centre of Jerusalem is God’s Holy Mountain - Mount Moriah on which stands the Temple Mount where the Temple once stood and God’s Shekinah Glory was shining (2 Chronicles 7:1-3) …and WILL once again be changed (Ezekiel 37:26-28). Just as the body receives vitality from the heart …so too the entire world receives its spiritual life from the heart of Jerusalem. When we understand this concept we see how vital it is to pray for the “peace of Jerusalem!” (Psalm 122:6-7). Yeshua (Jesus) knew that and told His Disciples to stay there until they received the Holy Spirit – on Day of Pentecost. Everything starts there! The Jewish people believe that creation started on the Temple Mount with the “foundation stone.” And, the Messiah will reign from Jerusalem during the Millennium.

The 16th Hebrew letter is “Ayin” and its numerical value is 70… It represents “sight” or insight” a picture of an eye! The word for Eye” in Hebrew is “Ayin.” The eye is the window of the brain and brings perception of the world into the human mind (Proverbs 27:20; Eccelesiates 2:14; Matthew 6:22-23). The word “ayin” is related to the word “mayan” …which means “springs of living water” (Genesis 16:7). The number 70 is critical… after the flood 70 nations descended from Noah; 70 languages emerged at the building of the Tower of Babel; the Jewish nation began with 70 people who came with Jacob to Egypt (Exodus 1:5); the extend of Jewish exile in Babylon was 70 years and it is said that there are 70 birth pangs until the Coming of the Messiah. Biblical significance of the number 70 is timely and relevant in light of what’s happening these End-Time days; the Paris Peace Summit held 15th January 2017 in France was attended by 70 nations. Strangely, the 70 nations attending the Summit proposed the “two-state solution” to solve the so-called Israeli-Palestinian conflict who weren’t even there! This so-called Summit was held just a few days before Trump took over as US President. By the way, Donald Trump was 70 years, 7 months, and 7 days old on his 1st full day in the White House. Adding to the stunning significance of the number 70 to events connected with Israel celebrating 70 Years on the 14th May 2018 and the US Embassy officially opening in Jerusalem on that very day! No coincidence that God used US President Donald Trump to authorised it!



The 17th Hebrew letter is “Peh” and its numerical value is 80… It represents “a mouth!” It is also a letter has a final “Peh sofit” and changes at end of sentence. The Hebrew word for “mouth” is “Peh.” Moses was God’s mouthpiece to deliver the Hebrews from Egypt and bring judgement upon Egypt. The letter “Peh” is directly related to Adam - according to the book of Genesis, is the one who named all the creatures of nature. In Hebrew, “word” is “dabar.” Deuteronomy in the Bible …and in Hebrew it is called “Debarim,” which means words, or things. It is remarkable to see how a "thing" in Hebrew is also a "word."

The 18th Hebrew letter is “Zaddi” and its numerical value is 90… It represents “righteousness.” It is also a letter has a final “Zaddi sofit” and changes at end of sentence. It also symbolizes faith, imagination, and divine perception. It also refers to the Righteous One and Upright One as in Deuteronomy 32:4. True righteousness can only exist in God and is an integral part of Him. No other person can have such an essence – so pure without deficiency!  Here are some God called “Tzaddik” (righteous) in the Bible: Noah; Abraham; Joseph, Jacobs son; Joseph, Mary’s husband (Matthew 1:19) and Simeon who he prophesied Yeshua (Jesus) would bring light revelation to nations - Luke 2:25



The 19th Hebrew letter is “Kuf”(koph) and its numerical value is 100… It represents “holiness”  and “cycles.” It is also a letter has a final “Kuf sofit” and changes at end of sentence. “Kuf” is also “Hakafah” meaning; ringing, circling, circuit or to encircle or to surround. God’s majesty is also expressed in the cycles of nature “tekufot” the changing of seasons; the monthly renewal of the moon and the 28 year cycle of the sun. All teach man that there is a pattern and purpose to the universe and that God created it and He continues to watch over it. It also represents cycles of life! The Numbers 10 and it's multiples (100, 1000) often illustrates the “Fullness” of whatever is in view …without it "necessarily" being the totality.

The 20th Hebrew letter is “Resh” and its numerical value is 200… It represents “head” - in Hebrew “Rosh” is head! The end of a Biblical Year begins the New Biblical Year on the Feast of “Rosh HaShannah!” “Resh” can also mean “first” or it can mean “poor” or “last!” Spiritually it seems to be connected with the principle; “the last shall be first and the first shall be last. The Hebrew word for “foot” (anatomically the opposite of head) also begins with the letter “Resh” and is “regal.” We see these opposites of “head” and foot (heel) in the word “Resh” (Genesis 3:15). This verse is the very first promise in Scripture concerning Christ and His work of Salvation. “Resh” can also symbolize the wicked that are so arrogant that they put themselves ahead of everyone else including God, whom they disobey and defy!



The 21st Hebrew letter is “Shin” and its numerical value is 300… It represents “fire” and “teeth.” All of its numbers being of divine perfection and completeness or FULLNESS. It is said to be a picture of teeth …and as such can be the "teeth" of a CROWN or the "teeth" of the flames of a FIRE. The “Shin” which makes up the number together 7 are “flames” which represent the Patriachs and Matriachs. It represents “Grace!” – We can see the Grace of God – Chet (8)  and Nun (50) first time mentioned in Genesis 6:8!  We are drawn to “fire” as its flames always moves and dances – just think of serenity of a candle flame! It presents God’s Name “Shaddai” and is on all the Mezuzahs hung on every front door of a Jewish home. It also appears in the Hebrew word for sleep “shennah” (non-movement) and represents a feeling serenity and calmness. It is the root for year “Shanah” which means constant cycle and change (movement); Malachi 6:3 – God is God and is un-moveable and NEVER ever changes …and is the immovable force that moves everything.

The 22nd Hebrew letter is “Tav” and its numerical value is 400… It represents “truth” and “perfection.” As the last letter is expressed so eventually at the End of Time – “truth” will prevail! The first “Tav” is in Genesis 4:15. If, we take God out of the equation (Alef – the first) we have two letters left …”Mem” and “Tav” - which makes the word - “dead” (Met). If, we take a minute piece of the truth out, just one, as the numerical order of Alef is one, we are left with the word – dead! Amazing!  Alef =1, Mem = 40, Tav = 400. EMET (truth) = 441 but MET (MT) = 440 = DEAD!

God is the “Alef” and the “Tav” and He is the One God …and He is the TRUTH …and He knows the beginning from the End!

We most sincerely believe that God WILL bless you for your faithfulness and love for His Land and chosen people. God’s Word is true! He is watching to see how the nations are treating His people. God will have mercy on Israel through Gentile believers acting as mediators towards them. This is one of the most amazing revelations ever given to the church – an opportunity to do something that carries the highest priority in the heart of God. Yet, sadly, so few have seen the potential and the rewards of serving God in this manner - as agents of mercy to Israel and the Jewish people! Israel was and still is despised today and a despised nation continually turning away from God BUT nothing ever altered the purpose of God for that nation. The despised element is always a noticeable element in the purpose of God. When the Saviour of the world came, He came of that despised nation; like IsraelHe Himself was “despised and rejected by men,”and there is that despised element; “…things that are despised God has chosen,” 1 Corinthians 1:28. Now, more than at any time is the time to support Israel and the Jewish people - the Lord’s Brethren! We are witnessing the nations and people turning their backs on Israel. Thank you once again for your prayers and generous support!

We hope that you enjoy and become more informed by our work. We serve an awesome God and we are humbled by this opportunity to bring you this information. With Shalom to you and your family always,

Alf & Julie Saunders

01st February, 2019



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