Logo Explained

The Logo consists of the Hebrew “Aleph and Taw”

These are the first and the last letters of the Hebrew alphabet in the first sentence of the Hebrew Tanakh, our Bible.

Aleph-Taw in Genesis 1: 1

 Aleph

 Taw

Aleph and Taw are not translated. They just occur in the text and we read:
“In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth.”
In brackets, people add “et” which does not have any further meaning.  However, if we spell it out it reads: In the beginning God created the aleph and the taw.  Being the first and the last letter of the Hebrew alphabet, Aleph and Taw representing the alphabet, represent substance of words.  As the first and the last letter of the Hebrew alphabet, it also means: God created the beginning and the end.

Is. 44: 6 and Rev. 1: 8     I am the Aleph and the Taw; the First and the Last.

Jesus, Yeshua says: I am the alpha and Omega, in the Greek translation.  But recall, Jesus was speaking Hebrew, so he was actually saying: I am the Aleph and the Taw, the First and the Last.

It also becomes clear what it said in John 1:1  In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God.

 

Ancient Meaning

Aleph: Head, Strength, Power – carrying the yoke to lead others (it became our A)

Taw:    A  mark, sign, signature ( it became our T)

The strength and power God created in the beginning to carry our yoke was manifest in a sign and signature, the cross!