†††††††††††† Letís look at a Biblical example of a soulís journey, from beginning to maturity. We use Psalm 119 to do it, and in a few minutes it will be most revealing.† This is the longest chapter in The entire Bible; and that must mean something. Obviously, GOD has a lot to say to us that we need to hear, learn and do, in order to grow up and into GOD in a specific way that will please HIM, bless us, and enable us to that degree to help others.† Did you notice first of all that each section has eight verses, not seven, and not six, just exactly eight. Now that does mean something. The number eight in Hebrew means: gate, fence. It represents a separation. It also represents new beginnings, transformation, resurrection. These two concepts, put together, mean that you will reach a point of separation from your past to move into a new level of transformation, and new beginnings. Something must be left behind (a type of death or giving up, a† letting go, to resurrect which is life coming out of death, anew.† So each verse is like a step, on a ladder, reaching higher and higher in a soulís journey, closer to GOD.††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† †††††††††††† Next you are to notice the major jumps.† For each section is prefaced by a Hebrew Letter. This is often puzzling to the non-Jew, who looks at it, if at all, and barely notes it. And if they do note it, they rarely know itís significance. Well it is highly significant. For each letter in Hebrew has a meaning. And itís intrinsic meaning is the thematic key that unlocks and defines the overarching meaning of each section of eight, building itís overall meaning, verse by verse, and section by section, as the soul matures in The Aleph to Tav Psalm in HE WHO is THE ALEPH and TAV. We are to grow up into HIM in all things. Here we go, in Psalm 119.