Sacred Hand Publishing
Sacred Hand Publishing is the web site of Karen Jacks ~ Designer, Illustrator, & Writer. Presenting materials which explore the visual and mathematical beauty of the Sacred Geometry found in the Old & New Testament.
Please link to my site if you use this or any image, below the artwork please write ... karen Jacks www.sacredhandpublishing.com so that the educational materials can go forward. Let any who choose to use it with selfish intention or ill will know they will have to give account to Yahveh. Be blessed to be respectful & honoring to His Name! ©2010 sacredhandpublishing • all rights reserved
The design above, illustrates THE SACRED NAME of YHVH ("The LORD"), portraying the 4 Hebrew letters (read from right to left). The Scriptures are clear that we must remember, cherish, and raise our praises to His Name!
YHVH -"Yahveh" (or YHWH -"Yahweh"), is THE God of Israel, our Father and Creator. Christians, we must know the Name of our "G-o-d". His Name is recorded over 6,800 times in the "Old Testament" (the Tanak - Hebrew Bible). English transliterations substitute the words - "The LORD" - each time His Name appears in the Scriptures.
Psalms 145:13 "Let them praise the Name of YHVH ("The LORD"), for His Name alone is exalted; His majesty is above earth and heaven."
Yeshua-Jesus tells us that His Name is Holy - "In this manner, therefore pray: 'Our Father in Heaven, Hallowed be Your Name'." Matthew 6:9
The LORD has one Personal revealed Name, though there are other respectful substitutions such as "Adonai" and "Ha Shem". He also is praised by poetic Titles, Attributes, & Appellations such as "El Shaddai", "Yahveh Yireh", and "Yahveh Rohe". While the Name - "Jehovah" may be closer to the 4 Sacred Hebrew letters than "God" or "Lord", it is almost certainly not the true pronunciation. There is no "J" sound found in the Hebrew language and interestingly "hovah", in Hebrew, means "ruin or mischief" (see Strong's Concordance <1942>).
The YHVH print is lovingly offered to be copied & printed to Glorify His Name! It may not be used in any manner for resale or copyright purposes. Also, please be aware that The Name of The Father is Sacred, and it should not be printed and discarded.
Click on the page link to the right - YHVH print to access the hi res version. Please note: This image will load slowly because it is a 300dpi file. The companion resource to the print is titled - YHVH overview - restore The Name, which features 3 printable pages of background information and verses.
I now offer this postcard size, available for purchase in quanties of 100 or 250. Please contact me for larger orders or for other arrangements. They are an excellent ministry tool to honor our Father and proclaim His Name! It is a small portable format on quality card stock. Soon I will post another design for the pronunciation of "Yahweh".
I am happy to announce that I have a beautiful selection of Hebraic Art cards available for purchase in upper right tool bar. New cards have been added too!
The articles listed below are the initial components of a book in progress. They are offered in advance for study tools and reference.
"Mathematicians, Study Your Bible!" and "Christians, Know The Name of Your G-O-D!"
Blessings in the Grace of YHVH's Love.
Illustrated charts and math tables accompany this article, giving an overview into a world of untapped geometrical “maps” and models, discreetly contained in the Biblical book of "Numbers". The Census of the 12 Tribes of Israel, reveals a world where math & religion do not assume separate positions. $3.75
Most lineage charts assume an inconsequential value to the exacting detail given for the genealogy of Adam's descendants, as described in the book of Genesis.
The Patriarch Lineage Table provides a clean, organized format to study the exceptionally long life spans of the Biblical Patriarchs, from Adam to Joseph. The hidden framework displays the mathematical precision latent within the sequence of the age span progressions. Unique to this chart is what I refer to as "inferred place holding values" chronicled by births, deaths, & key events in Genesis, and sets a stage for careful examination of calendrical cycles and numerical encodings. This visual tool is presented to enhance Scriptural research in an easy to read overview. A "mathematically disinclined" reader of Genesis would miss the opportunity to see the astounding age relationships such as:
Computer analysis of Scripture continues to reveal substructures in the Biblical text. Perhaps we should consider this unusual body of information, found in Genesis (Bereshith), to be a National Treasury of data pertaining to creation and the sciences?
Included are: 3 formats of the Table (a 1 page compressed overview, a 2 page layout for study & notation, 2 close-up versions), along with an unusual lineage chart from an 1874 Bible, & a brief discussion of points of relevancy within the Table. Available for download on lulu.com 11 pgs. $3.75
Are important numerical “maps” described in the Bible; specifically in the Census figures of the Tribes of Israel, given in the book of Numbers? Examine the compressed or encoded geometrical information preserved in the linear story line. Do the 12 Tribes of Israel describe both a terrestrial and celestial map, and even hold clues to molecular structures?? Accompanied by charts and mathematical reference tables, The Geometry of the Tribes of Israel presents an overview of the significant correspondence of the angular units of the Tribal Wheel and the Dodecahedron. 11 pgs. $3.75
Yeshua The Branch
John 10:22- 25 “Then came the Feast of the Dedication* in Jerusalem. It was winter, and (Yeshua) Jesus was walking in the temple area in Solomon’s Portico. The Jewish leaders surrounded him and asked, “How long will you keep us in suspense? If you are the Messiah, tell us plainly.” Jesus replied, “I told you and you do not believe. The deeds I do in my Father’s name testify about me.”
* The Feast of the "Dedication" (also known as Hanukkah) was a feast celebrating annually the Maccabean victories of 165-164 b.c. – when Judas Maccabeus drove out the Syrians, rebuilt the altar, and rededicated the temple on 25 Kislev (1 Macc 4:41-61). From a historical standpoint, it was the last great deliverance the Jewish people had experienced, and it came at a time when least expected. Josephus ends his account of the institution of the festival with the following statement: “And from that time to the present we observe this festival, which we call the Festival of Lights, giving this name to it, I think, from the fact that the right to worship appeared to us at a time when we hardly dared hope for it” (Ant. 12.7.6 [12.325]). net.bible.org
Did you know that you can insert items from the web right into an email? If you have ever wanted to put an image into a Yahoo! email but could not, here's why. The image must originate from a website or blog. Try this, have this webpage open, then open up another window with a new email, and drag one of these 2 copy blocks into the body copy area. You can also use it as a signature line (which I do) by going to "mail options" and dragging it into that area. (Be sure to click "save"). Let us together make our communications more meaningful and call attention to glorify YHVH's Name!