Mike Curtiss (8 Dec 2010)
"More Zot Chanukah Messiah Shall Come"

 
By G-d's Divine "Grace" (Messiah), the eternal Temple is being built right now in the earth.
It was first built into the heart of Israel, and then all those who are grafted in to Israel, and one day very soon, the physically manifest of it in the earth will be seen.


In Genesis 8:5 we read: "And the waters decreased continually until the tenth month: in the tenth month, it was on the first day of the month, that the tops of the mountains were seen."


Remember this day, the "eighth day" is called "Zot Hanukah" as we said before, but why is it so named? Zot means, "this" and Zot Hanukah is also called the "final seal." "And Avraham received the sign of circumcision, a seal of the righteousness of the faith, and it was "this" (zot) "eighth day" circumcision given to Avraham that would reveal the Spiritual. (Roman 4:11)

From the head of the month; Rosh Chodesh of Elul until Hanukah eighth day, a Spiritual "Hand" so to speak, illuminates the heavens, waiting to receive all those who were unable to repent fully before Yom Kippur. A Biblical allusion can be found in Isaiah 27:9 as well; "Therefore through this (zot) Jacob's iniquity will be forgiven." The word "Zot" is spelled, Zayin =7 Aleph =1 Tav =400, the total =408. Now the word Ahav "Love" also = 408. Therefore by "this love" (zot ahav) will Jacob's (Israel's) iniquity be forgiven by G-d.

The key question is when?
 

This will happen with the coming of Messiah.

 

Yod 10 - TEVET
The word Tevet comes from a root word that means: good, "tov"


These months in this fourth season are: Tevet, Shevat, Adar.

The Hebrew letter Yod brings in the "good" month of Tevet, and begins the fourth season of the year called winter. Tevet on the Jewish calendar is the "Yod," which stands for the Hand of G-d. Tevet begins its cycle with the last days of Hanukah welcoming it in, and G-d plan it this way. This day is the climax, really its the culminating day of Hanukah, the "eighth day" which is called "Zot Chanukah" by the Rabbis. The meaning of Zot Hanukah or 8th Dedication, literally means: "this is Hanukkah!"

It is the day we start a prosses first of circumcision of the foreskin of the lips. Then we circumcision of the foreskin of the ears on the 8th day of Sukkot, and then again we circumcision the foreskin of our hearts on the day of Atonement (Yom Kippur).

 

What we see here is clear, the Hebrew letters (Chet and Yod) are the numbers (8 and 10 = 18), and they are all linked together in this 10th month. Chet Yod spells Chai = LIFE!

The Hebrew letter Yod is the first letter of the Tetragrammaton (Yod Hey Vav Hey), G-d’s quintessential Holy Name. It is also the final letter of the Holy Name, and with this essential "Yod" did our G-d reveal the world on the 25th day of Elul. Thus, the Yod is the beginning and the end of the Name of the L-RD! Because of this, many of our Rabbis chose to write the Holy Name in the Scripture. However, the ancient Hebrew picture of the Yod is a picture of a "hand" – "a closed right hand" and paints another picture for us.

 

Remember this day, the "eighth day" is called "Zot Hanukah" as we said before, but why is it so named? Zot means, "this" and Zot Hanukah is also called the "final seal." "And Avraham received the sign of circumcision, a seal of the righteousness of the faith, and it was "this" (zot) "eighth day" circumcision given to Avraham that would reveal the Spiritual. (Roman 4:11)

From the head of the month; Rosh Chodesh of Elul until Hanukah eighth day, a Spiritual "Hand" so to speak, illuminates the heavens, waiting to receive all those who were unable to repent fully before Yom Kippur. A Biblical allusion can be found in Isaiah 27:9 as well; "Therefore through this (zot) Jacob's iniquity will be forgiven." The word "Zot" is spelled, Zayin =7 Aleph =1 Tav =400, the total =408. Now the word Ahav "Love" also = 408. Therefore by "this love" (zot ahav) will Jacob's (Israel's) iniquity be forgiven by G-d.

The key question is when?

 

This will happen with the coming of Messiah.