This is a long video (close to 1.5 hours), but if you can get through it, you will be blessed!
Here is a snippet:
The Hebrew word for fire is “esh.” The characters mean “strong teeth” or “a strong devourer.” The Hebrew word for man/husband is “eesh.” It is built around the Hebrew word for fire. The Hebrew word for woman/wife is “eeshah.” The Hebrew characters — aleph and sheen — occur in both man and woman, meaning they share 2 out of the 3 characters. If you join the characters that differ in man and woman (the third Hebrew character), it spells out the name for God, Yah. Yah as in Hallelujah; “hallal” means glory/praise; “oo” means you all (plural).
When the differences between man and woman are combined, then you have God in their midst. A marriage done right displays the glory of God in their midst. But what happens if we take God out of that combination? You spell out the word for “fire” twice. When you double something in the Hebrew language, this means you have the most destructive fire there is.