As we continue studying John's vision, we will find much emphasis is put on clothing. White garments washed in the lamb's blood—garments of purity to cover our nakedness. Regal gowns and coverings identify us as heirs of the Kingdom of grace. This clothing is limited to dresses and covers and includes the tallit.
In verse 4 of chapter 3, we found our key verse. In keeping with Gimmel, we uncovered the word ga’alo (גֵאֲלוּ), which means ‘defiled.’ In verse 5, we discover another instance of gimmel (ג) to help uncover the mystery behind this letter and the chapter. It’s the Hebrew word B'gadim (בְּגָדִים), meaning clothing.
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