|The Hebrew System||
Our Hebrew Lesson today is about the word Adam, or the name Adam. Many have interpreted this word to mean dirt, or red dirt. But in the context of the first man, Adam actually has a much deeper name than just dirt.
As we show in the course, Aleph means strength, Daleth means Door, and Mem, means to surround.
From an addition standpoint the word would be translated: Strength in the door surrounding.
To get a better grasp on the word, the pointing has some relevance here. The letter Aleph actually has a Qamets underneath it. This Quamets indicates rootedness, or very sure, positive positioning.
The Daleth as well has a Quamets to it, denoting internal, again rootedness,or very sure positioning.
To take a look at the word more clearly the Aleph is well rooted, and the Daleth is well rooted. In the word of God, the Daleth, or the door/gate is talking about governments, or positions of authority. Quite practically, the door to a house lets in and let out. He who guards the door is the gate keeper and regulates the content inside the gate, and also outside the gate.
The word literally comes down to this: Rooted Strength coming of the house, surrounding. More particularly, this particular word denotes a strength of regulation with a particular purpose.
As the word picture above shows, the House is emitting strength to go
after curse, and surround it. In other words, Curse will not
overwhelm, but be surrounded, by a strength. That strength is an
authority. That authority is the image of God in the earth, called Adam,