A verse from our Torah portion this week (Exod. 16:16) contains all the letters of the Hebrew alphabet (i.e., aleph (Χ), bet (ΧΦΌ), gimmel (Χ), etc.). The special verse reads, "This is what the LORD has commanded: 'Gather of it, each one of you, as much as he can eat. You shall each take an omer (Χ’ΧΦΆΧ¨), according to the number of the persons that each of you has in his tent.'" Since this refers to the manna the Israelites were to collect for their daily bread, and this verse contains all the letters of the alphabet, we may poetically infer that if we immerse ourselves in the Scriptures, "from Aleph (Χ) to Tav (Χͺ)," God will provide us with the "daily bread" (ΧΦΆΧΦΆΧ ΧΦ»Χ§ΦΌΦ΅Χ ΧΦΌ) we need, just as He did when the bread from heaven (ΧΦΆΧΦΆΧ ΧΦ΄ΧΦΎΧΦ·Χ©ΦΌΧΦΈΧΦΈΧΦ΄Χ) was miraculously given to feed the Israelites in the desert. Therefore Yeshua, who is the Aleph and Tav, taught us to pray, "Give us this day our daily bread," which surely refers to the spiritual food (i.e., encouragement, hope, life) that we receive from the Word of Life (Deut. 8:3; Matt. 4:4).
Isn't it amazing how studying the Hebrew text reveals further insight into the holy Scriptures? And may you rest in the promise: "My God will supply every need of yours - "from A to Z" - according to his riches in glory in Yeshua the Messiah" (Phil. 4:19). He is lechem ha'chaim - the Living Bread from heaven!