About

Welcome to Thru the DaletMe2

I am Betty Hall, blog author at Living Beyond the Dalet, Thru the Dalet and Live Beyond the Shadow.

I have a passionate sons of Issachar heart (desire to know the times and seasons) birthed out of intimate love and communion with Messiah Jesus (Yeshua). I long to see Christ’s Eternal Kingdom manifest in the hearts and lives of Christ’s Ekklesia  (the church/living tabernacle of God) in the earth. It is with focused passion that I share revelatory insight received through intimate communion in the secret place.

As the saints made perfect through the sacrifice of Christ are the Temple of the Living God, (2 Cor. 6:16) I study, meditate and teach on the Tabernacle, the Feasts of the Lord and Rosh Kodesh.

According to Ezekiel’s vision there are trees bearing fruit for food and leaves for healing grow along the banks of the river of God’s Mighty Spirit which comes out from the Sanctuary of the Temple of God (Ez. 47).

It is my prayer that you find rest for your soul, healing and restoration as you are touched by the river of God.

I am a spirit filled revelatory teacher with a pastoral heart. My main focus is on the spiritual connection and allegoric message contained through Tabernacle, the Feasts of the Lord and Rosh Kodesh.

Being a teacher with a mother’s heart, my greatest joy is to facilitate spiritual growth in others through hands on spiritual experience gained through consistent fellowship (koinonia) with other spirit-filled believers in Christ.

My personal longing for God’s presence and an insatiable hunger for His Word has made me a Scripture junkie. I love the varieties of translations available today. Ever since my first encounter with God, over fifty years ago, my absolute favorite thing is spending time with God, through worship, prayer, meditation and study of the Word.

When I was offered the opportunity to learn how to study the Scriptures in Hebrew for devotional purpose, I jumped at the chance. What I discovered was incredible treasure. Since I have always been someone who shares when I stumble on something wonderful, I can’t wait to share the delights.

May God bless you with His salvation, favor and grace, In Jesus name.

Betty