Bible Code: Yeshua Cut Off and Covenanted—Part 3

Posted by on Mar 31, 2024 in The Bible Codes, The Messiah

In the Jewish expectations, Melech haMashiach (“the Anointed King”, this is the Messiah) will arise and restore the Davidic dynasty to its former glory. He will build the Temple and gather the exile of Israel that still live in foreign lands. Then, all the laws of the Torah will be reinstated in the Land as they were before, the sacrifices will be offered again in the Temple (see Ezekiel 40-49) the Anointed King will build, and the Sabbatical and the Jubilee...

Read More »

Bible Code: Yeshua Cut Off and Covenanted—Part 2

Posted by on Mar 24, 2024 in The Bible Codes, The Messiah

A controversial translation in Psalm 22, the psalm of David, reads “they pierced” as opposed to what the Hebrew text says: “like a lion”. Which of these two translations is correct, for they seem to contradict each other: “like a lion” (JPS), alluding to the anguish of the psalmist, or “they pierced” (KJV), alluding to a crucifixion scene which forces a strong messianic interpretation upon the psalm? Although most of the early Jewish commentators...

Read More »

Bible Code: “Yeshua Cut Off and Covenanted”

Posted by on Mar 17, 2024 in The Bible Codes, The Messiah

What is the Bible code? Bible codes are hidden messages uncovered by using Equidistant Letter Sequences (ELS) within the text. In Hebrew, the Bible code is hachurak ot shalav or the latticework of the equidistant-letter sequence. Simply put, the Bible code is a word or few words, embedded by the Supernal Author into the Hebrew text of the Tanak, which when read in an equidistant-letter sequence gives a hidden message. It is the object of this work to seek the interpretation...

Read More »

Yeshua, Metatron, and the Bible Code in the Covenant

Posted by on Feb 18, 2024 in The Bible Codes, The Messiah

We live in a world timed between the revelation of the Eternal at Sinai and giving the Covenant and the revelation of Melech ha-Mashiach (King Messiah) at the end of the sixth millennium. In Judaism, the Resurrection of the Dead and the Messianic Era in the seventh millennium are considered the culmination and fulfillment of Creation with the revelation of the light of the Eternal in this material world. And if we are in the culmination of the fulfillment of the...

Read More »

The Narrow Gate to the World to Come

Posted by on Dec 19, 2023 in The Messiah

There is strong evidence in the Apostolic Writings to suggest that the observance of the laws in the Torah plays a crucial role in one’s standing before YHVH Elohim. This is contrary to what is widely believed and accepted in the Christendom that the “Law of God has been abolished, superseded at the cross or in some way set aside by dispensation. But that compels us to consider the question: if that is the intention of the Creator, why is that not made explicit...

Read More »

Genesis as a Narrative Related by the Angel of the Presence

Posted by on Dec 5, 2023 in The Messiah

How could Mosheh have known what had taken place from the Creation of the world to the end of the Book Genesis?” The creation of the heavens and the earth, the stars and everything visible and invisible in the universe, was a colossal event no man has ever witnessed. The story of Adam and Chavah who sinned by accessing the knowledge of good and evil, the Flood and all detailed description of the ark, the Tower of Bavel: all of this would have been unknown to Mosheh without...

Read More »

A Child was Born to Us Whose Name was “Sar Shalom”

Posted by on Apr 30, 2023 in The Messiah

It is unthinkable that because the Lord so much loves His people Israel that He should not give them a righteous king from the Davidic dynasty and deliver them from the cruel hands of their oppressors. Such a righteous king in the history of Israel was Chizkiyahu, the anointed one of YHVH, whom He called Sar Shalom, “Prince of Peace”. We will explore this controversial for some prophecy in the context of the story of the besiege of Jerusalem in the reign of King...

Read More »

A Child is Born to Us Whose Name is “Mighty God”

Posted by on Apr 23, 2023 in The Messiah

Who was the child about whom it is said in Isaiah 9, “a child is born to us … and his name is the mighty God, the everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace”? Thus read, it will be clear to the reader that the perception of a deity born as a child is explicitly expressed by the phrase, “the mighty God, the everlasting Father” referring to the child. Below is the digital copy of the Great Isaiah Scroll with the traditional translation. Although...

Read More »

Almah Conceives and Gives Birth to a Son

Posted by on Jan 16, 2023 in The Messiah

There is a great deal of misunderstanding of two Hebrew words — almah and bethulah. Both words can overlap in their meaning, but they can also differ significantly. Most notably, this difference and misunderstanding are seen in the usage of the word almah in Isaiah 7:14, whose interpretation may lead to drawing a quick conclusion of either being a messianic prophecy or a fulfillment of a historic event, all depends on who reads and interprets the verse. In the following, we...

Read More »

The Messiah as the Primordial Light of the Creator

Posted by on Nov 6, 2022 in The Messiah

The primordial light having existed from the beginning in the earliest state of the universe was created with the decree, “Light exist!”, and the light existed.  Maimonides, the greatest Jewish scholar of the Middle Ages, in his fundamental work Guide for the Perplexed, states that there is a difference between “first” and “beginning” (or principle). For example, heavens and earth were the first to be written in Genesis, after them came...

Read More »

Can the Rabbis Err and Lead the People Astray?

Posted by on Aug 14, 2022 in The Messiah

It may come as a surprise to many that the Torah recognizes the possibility of a situation in which the Rabbis can err and thus lead many to sin. We will address this question in the following vein and leave the conclusion to the reader’s consideration. Did the Rabbis err in the trial of Yeshua? Torah never recognizes any appeal to a higher court by the different parties to a lawsuit, that if the matter should be too difficult for the local judge to decide, they...

Read More »

The Good Shepherd vs. the Hireling

Posted by on Jul 9, 2022 in The Messiah

The term “hireling”, as used by the Good Shepherd in the Gospel of John, suggests “one who speaks the Word of Elohim for pay”, or the so-called “professional priesthood” of today, as they call themselves. These hirelings (bishops, pastors, reverends, and TV evangelists) teach that they are entitled to receive the money of the laymen, but are they? The apostles taught and practiced exactly what the Good Shepherd, Yeshua the Messiah, had...

Read More »