The Door (DALET)

DALET is the fourth letter in the Hebrew langauge symbolizing The Door. Its shape is that of a door with its lintel spreading right and left and doorposts reaching up and down. The entrance to the door for the children of Israel was their obedience to follow His direction for fellowship with Him through the wilderness without complaining to their Mediator Moses. Even so in the New Covenant, Messiah is our Mediator to God the Father "For there is One God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Messiah Yahshua, who gave Himself a ransom for all to be testified in due time". (I Tim 2:5)

Messiah states that He is the door of the New Covenant. "I am the door of the sheep".(John 10:7) The shepherd of Israel in the First Covenant and the Chief Shepherd of the New Covenant are one in the same. The Right hand of God, His Holy arm of power is seen guiding the children of Israel across the Red Sea and throughout the entire scope of scripture culminating in the book of Revelation where the door is open in heaven and a throne is set. Messiah takes the scroll from Him who sat upon the throne. (Rev.4:1-3)

The Door