A list of the Jots and Tittles.
It lists the verse and the type...
Enlarged bet of Barasheet; First letter of the Torah
Jots: Kiss of Esau, the dots above word kiss are Esau's teeth, because he wants to bite the neck of Jacob
The letter Nun means life (the quickening of life). It is a picture of a fish suddenly swimming away. The letter Nun here and its placement in the thirteen attributes of God’s mercy emphasized something about the tenth attribute. God preserves (keeps) the mercy that our Fathers Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob received for us. We receive the benefit of our fathers for a thousand generations. It is about our heritage and our inheritance from our fathers. The enlarged letter is referencing an enlarged Yod in Num 14:18.
Note, I might have 34:7 and 34:14 backwards) jealous enlarged resh there is another word that looks like it but it uses a Dalet instead echad
If your called unto the lord, your Aleph needs to be small so the lords strength can be made large in their life. This is what John The Baptist had to do.
(Lev 6:2 in Hebrew Bibles) The small mem of moqedah (Strongs H4169, translated as the burning). Here is Monte Judahs explanation...The letter mem means waters. It is also associated strongly with the chaos of waters. In particular it relates to the womb of a woman, when she breaks water. There is chaos in the house – a baby is about to be born. The shape of the mem is like a womb, the belly of a pregnant woman. It is from the belly (the womb) that a soul joins a body. It is also believed that the soul of a person is housed in the belly portion (the torso) of the body. A small mem here means that when a person puts a sacrifice on the altar, they are to put their soul on the altar before God. Paul was teaching this meaning when he said it this way. I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God that present your bodies as a living sacrifices before God. Rom 12:2 The mercies of God is a reference to the altar service. The reference to our bodies is to the soul which is in us. We are living sacrifices because we are still here, but we have placed our souls on the altar of God. Source Yavhoh July 2007 Magazine by Monte Judah , see Lev 6:9 Image.
The elongated vav in the word gachon (Strongs H1512 translated as belly). This is not one of the Jots and Tittle of Moses. It is a mark made by scribes to indicate the very center of the Torah. On either side of this letter "vav" are an equal number of letters making up the Torah. However, its placement is very profound and carries part of the message given in the book of Leviticus. The elongated vav is in the word for belly. It is the belly of the Torah. It is also the part of Torah that teaches about holiness and what we are not to bring near to our souls. The soul is in the torso (belly) of the person. Three appetites are given to every man: ego (passion for life), food, and sex. Torah teaches us that there are limits on those appetites and restricts those things that profane our souls and keep us from being holy. It is the very rationale for the letter to the Gentiles given in Acts 15. That letter is a shortened teaching on the middle (belly) portions of the Torah. Some Torah teachers prefer the expression "the heart of the Torah" since it part of the vital organ set within the torso. Therefore, the letter to the Gentiles is to instruct them first to pursue the "heart of the Torah." Source Yavhoh July 2004 Magazine by Monte Judah
Inverted noons; Num 10:35-36
Inverted noons; Num 10:35-36
The letter Yod means hand (a closed hand). It is also the numerical value of ten. This portion of text is a quotation from the 13 attributes of God’s mercy given in Exodus when Moses was standing in the cleft of the rock. This time, Moses is pleading for God not to destroy the children of Israel for testing Him for the tenth time. Instead, Moses quotes the mercy of God back to God emphasizing the tenth attribute – God preserves and keeps the mercy shown to our fathers for the descendants. This is why the children of Israel were not all slain (only that generation that rejected the promised land). Their children went with the Lord into the land. See Exo 34:7
Jots; The set of dots above to our sons forever, and what follows is Chapter 30 where Moshe is talking about the Last generations