The Hebrew root for “healing” is Rapha (ךפא); it is a rearrangement of the letters of the word Pere (פךא) meaning “wild.”
The Hebrew root for healing, ךפא (RePh’A) is a rearrangement of the letters of the word פךא (PeR’E) meaning “wild.” So long as there is no healing, the elements within one are wild and out of joint.
The spirit, soul and body are “desolate and formless” – like the earth before the revelation of God’s light (Gen 1:2) It is the light of Elohim ALef-Tav (Messiah) that brings order to the elements. True healing, ךפןאה (RePhu’Ah) turns פאך (Pe’ER), which means beauty and harmony, the true beauty of Godly revelation.
“Even if a sharp sword is pressing on your neck, don’t despair of pleading for God’s mercy.”
Thank you Jesus!