This fascinating book opens with a special foreword by Bible Code investigator Grant R Jeffrey plus a foreword by Yapha Linda Rambsel, wife of the author. A Hebrew Aleph-Bet chart provides the Hebrew letters, the gematria (their numerical values), the phonetics and the meanings.
In the introduction, Rambsel explains that the name Yeshua ha'Mashiach (Hebrew for Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah) appears encoded in every book of the Hebrew Old Testament. To give just a few examples: in Genesis, He appears as The Beginning, the promised Redeemer and the Seed of the woman; in Exodus, as the Passover Lamb and the Deliverer; in Leviticus, as the High Priest; in Numbers, as the Pillar of Cloud and Fire and the Manna from on high; in Ruth, as the Kinsman Redeemer; in Ezra, as the Faithful Scribe and in Psalms, as Lord and Shepherd, High Tower and the Rock of our Salvation.
In the New Covenant (New Testament), the characteristics of Yeshua (Jesus) are given in all of the books too. For example, the Great Physician in James, the Chief Shepherd in I Peter and The Lord of Hosts in Jude.
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