Messiah Prophecies

Messiah prophecies Revealed in IMMANUEL Bible Code

Messiah Prophecies Revealed in IMMANUEL Bible Code

by Codesearcher Ann

(Note: The bold yellow highlighted words are terms found in the table)

The prophet Isaiah gives many Messiah prophecies.  In Isaiah 7:14, the Messiah is called Immanuel, “El is with us”, a name that shows up twice in this Bible code table. It is the vertical access term at a skip of 316, and it also appears diagonally, crossing the width of the entire table.

In Isaiah 53:7 it says “He was oppressed and He was afflicted, Yet He opened not His mouth; He was led as a lamb to the slaughter, And as a sheep before its shearers is silent (mute), So He opened not His mouth.”

Isaiah 40:3 speaks of the one crying in the wilderness, preparing the way for the Messiah. This is about John the Baptist, who was a type of Elijah. This Elijah-type person is also predicted in Malachi 4:5. See also (Luke 1:17; Matthew 17:10-13)

Another prophet who spoke about the coming Messiah, was Micah. He foretold that the Messiah would be born in Bethlehem in Micah 5:2.

Messiah prophecies

The following words appear in the table a skip of 316 letters, the same skip as the access term, Immanuel.

Death, Micah, Priest, Circumcised, To Kill,

Prophet, Mute, Righteous and Prophecy

This Bible code table is found in Genesis 20:16-24:40. Interestingly, the story of Abraham and Isaac occurs in Genesis 22:1-19, within the scope of this table. Yahuwah led Abraham to the land of Moriah (found 2x in table) with his son Isaac to make an offering to Yahuwah. When Isaac asked his father where the lamb was for the burnt offering, Abraham replied that Yahuwah would provide , “Yahuwah Yireh”, the lamb.

It is amazing how this story parallels that of the Heavenly Father sending His Son, Yeshua. He, too, was led to the land of Moriah where He was killed as the Lamb of Yahuwah, the righteous one becoming the atoning sacrifice who would take away the sins of the world as John the Baptist had declared (John 1:29).

Jacob, the son of Isaac, was the father of the twelve tribes of Israel. His name also appears in the table.

Yeshua is our great high Priest after the order of Melchizedek (Hebrews 5:6-10; 6:19-20) and is the Prophet that Moses said was to come (Deuteronomy 18:15).

Yeshua was circumcised according to the Abrahamic covenant. He lived and served in humility. His kingdom is not of this world.

His death and resurrection would bring salvation to all who believe (John 3:16).

“But now Christ is risen from the dead, and has become the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep.” 1 Corinthians 15:20

Yeshua, the Messiah, is the Lion of El (Ariel) and the Lamb, the First and the Last, the second Person of the Trinity. He is our Good Shepherd, who leads us in the way we should go.

From the time Yahuwah created Adam and Eve, His purpose and desire was to be in relationship with us, His creation.  That’s why He sent His Son, IMMANUEL, so He could be El with us.




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