We will start connecting the dots with Moses, a simple man of great faith who dealt with יהוהFather, through את Y’shua, face to face. We know from two witnesses when Moses was speaking with יהוהFather face to face he was actually communicating through את Y’shua. Exodus 32:11 states; And sought Moses את face of יהוה his Elohim. The second witness that confirms Moses could not have been speaking face to face with יהוהFather is Y’shua Himself, who states in John 6:46 No one has seen the Father except the one who is from Elohim; only he has seen the Father. Moses undoubtedly understood the Yah-head far better than we do today for Y’shua also states Moses knew Him in John 5:46 For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed Me: for HE WROTE OF ME! (Y’shua). If Moses wrote of Y’shua then he knew Y’shua intimately face to face. The Torah would not exist without the faithfulness of Moses and his intimate relationship with the workings of the Yah-head. Moses wrote as directed by the Yah-head, and wrote the anointed WORD of ELOHIM (G-ds), with its purpose to reveal the Yah-head. Without the proper placement of the Aleph/Tav את Symbols, representing את Y’shua, in an English rendition, the entire Tanakh is incomplete; for it reveals how the Yah-head has worked with man since creation and even for all eternity.
Everything in the Torah points to יהוהFather working with and through את Y’shua ha-Mashiach (Messiah), unchanging in their purpose and functioning together as ONE since creation to create. When the anointed living Word became flesh incarnate in the birth of Y’shua on earth, nothing changed in the Yah-head’s relationship. Y’shua continued to point to the Father and give Him credit for all the words which He spoke, and works He performed (John 14:10). Y’shua was virtually a walking, talking, Torah scroll, as John 1:14 states; the Wordbecame flesh and tabernacled with us. Why would we expect Y’shua to act any differently than His written Word (Torah) had expressed Him, when He came in the flesh?
Quite frankly, without the Aleph/Tav את Symbols being properly placed in Bible text we cannot completely distinguish how the Yah-head performs. Make no mistake, the Aleph/Tav את Symbol of את Y’shua ha-Mashiach in the Tanakh reveals not only His presence, but the working of His authority and protocol in association with יהוה Father as ONE, a direct reflection of יהוה Father accomplishing His will both with and through את Y’shua for the redemption of man throughout the entire Tanakh. We see this relationship exposed when Y’shua prayed in the garden in Matt 26:39-42 O MY FATHER, if it be possible, let this cup pass from Me: nevertheless NOT AS I WILL, but AS THOU WILT.
Moses understood the Yah-head perfectly because of his intimate relationship with both יהוה Father and את Y’shua, whom he viewed as ONE. Y’shua revealed to His disciple John that He was the Aleph/Tav את Symbol used throughout the Tanakh and that it is His MARK, or His FINGER PRINT, which shows His DIVINE PRESENCE. He further revealed to the disciples this mark is placed in scripture to make known His workings of the Yah-head in the form of the living, written Word (Torah). Moses knew יהוה Father as Elohim (plural for G-ds) and saw Him manifest Himself through Y’shua in many different forms, from the burning bush to having dinner with Him on Mt Sinai with the seventy elders, to speaking to Him from within the glory cloud. If Moses had been completely satisfied, he would not have asked to see His את GLORY (Ex 33:18), which he saw from the cleft in the rock, His backside. The entire Tanakh is a reflection of the workings of our Heavenly יהוהFather in conjunction WITH and THROUGH את Y’shua the Son, the Yah-head/Elohim…the TWO working together as ONE by ONE SPIRIT (Eph 4:4).