Doug Corley (14 Feb 2012)

Is this so simple a child can write it?
We learn to count and write 1-2-3-4.
Hebrew Word Roster # 1234:
H-1234 BAQA'
{baw-kah'} a primitive root; TWOT - 271; v AV - cleave 10, ...up 9, divide 5, rent 4, ... out 3, break through 3, rend 3, breach 2, asunder 2, hatch 2, brake 1, burst 1, cleft 1, break forth 1, pieces 1, tare 1, tear 1, win 1; 51 1) to split, cleave, break open, divide, break through, rip up, break up, tear 1a) (Qal) 1a1) to cleave, cleave open 1a2) to break through, break into 1b) (Niphal) 1b1) to be cleft, be rent open, be split open 1b2) to be broken into 1c) (Piel) 1c1) to cleave, cut to pieces, rend open 1c2) to break through, break down 1d) (Pual) 1d1) to be ripped open, be torn open 1d2) to be rent 1d3) to be broken into 1e) (Hiphil) 1e1) to break into 1e2) to break through 1f) (Hophal) to be broken into 1g) (Hithpael) to burst (themselves) open, cleave asunder
H1234 is first used in Gen 7:11 where the windows of heaven were "baqa" burst open allowing the waters to gush forth. Are the windows of heaven to again be (split) burst open on April 3, 2012