A study of The Elect (pt. 6)
I pray that my thought is incorrect. It honestly broke my heart at the very thought. How can it end with only 144,000 Christians out of millions of people upon the earth? When we actually examine scripture for ourselves we can find a whole host of clues to this possibility but let us start at the beginning.
How many people out of the thousands or hundreds of thousands were saved in Noah’s days? “As the days of Noah…” takes on a whole different meaning when we realize that only 8 people and a lot of animals were left alive on that Ark.
A study of The Elect (pt. 5)
So as we examined in the previous sections, is it possible that the Nephalim and a False Christ will make an appearance in the near (or far) future and deceive those that do not want truth? It is a strong possibility if we believe the Bible itself and the Greek words for “strong delusion”.
What am I basing this, “possibility” on? Just how accurate is this code? The Bible says in Amos 3:7
7 Surely the Lord GOD will do nothing,
A study of The Elect (pt. 4)
In Part 3 we ended on a note about a possibility of the Nephalim being the deception that causes the great falling away spoken of in 2 Thessalonians 2:3 which again says:
3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;
A study of The Elect (pt. 3)
Are the 144,000 those elect of God and is it possible they have a connection to 2016? What else is special about those chapters that match Psalms 116 and do they have some connection to the prophesied last days? Will the number 666 have a bearing on this year and time?
Let us examine some more of the John 6 content.
As mentioned in the previous blog the number 666 seems to have some bearing and connection to the content in that it is at John 6:66 says,
From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with him.
A study of The Elect (pt. 2)
In part 1 we asked the question, “Who shall escape the Wrath of God??” Who are his elect, his chosen ones spoken of in the New Testament? The Bible says in Matthew 24:21-22,31:
21 for then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be.
A study of The Elect (pt. 1)
In Isaiah 33:14 we find the words:
The sinners in Zion are afraid;
In other words, who shall be able to escape the Wrath of God? Who are these chosen and redeemed of the earth?
In a previous blog I gave an example of how the Bible uses the numeric value of Hebrew and/or Greek words to pinpoint chapters of the Bible. In the given chapter you will discover in most cases one of three things:
In part 1 we discussed how the meanings of the Hebrew letters are actually hidden in Psalms 119 but now I will show that the Hebrew letters actually help define each individual chapter in order. I show several examples in my first book Honour of Kings but will give a few here for you, the reader, to discover for yourself.
If you have not already done so obtain a copy of the chart (or PDF file mentioned in the part 1). The chart is also available in Honour of Kings 2 at http://tinyurl.com/hok2-ebook
Attached to this blog is a chart containing all 22 Hebrew letters, their names, symbols, numeric values as well as their pictographic meanings.
I recently heard some one say, “There are 7 meanings to each Hebrew letter while there are 70 meanings to each Hebrew word.” While I am far from being a expert on Hebrew I can see the truth in the first part of the saying if nothing else.
In a bit of a continuance on yesterdays topic, “Defending the truth in the face of heresy” we will use Strong’s concordance Greek word # 141 – heretick as an example of how the Infinity Bible Code allows the Bible to find definitions of words found in it. It has always been said that the Bible is a self-defining book and we will prove this is indeed so. You will discover that it does so not just simply on the surface but also using the numeric value of the words themselves.
For those not familiar with some small facts I will add this.
I just recently left a forum where someone there openly taught re-incarnation to the point that he proclaimed himself Jesus and Einstein. Maybe in your travels about the web you have run into this individual or even our "aurgument" back and forth. If anyone happened to find our discussions I would apologize if anything was wrong in my responses but I found it quite comical that anyone would proclaim themselve Jesus on a Christian website.