Bible Code Prophecy
The Scepter in the Lion Bible Code
(Oct. 20, 2006)
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Sent: Friday, October 20, 2006 11:22 AM
Yesterday I discovered your bible-codes.org site and began to explore your work.
First of all, thank you!
for sharing your diligent exploration of these important subjects. Your work has blessed me.
The Lion was really interesting, as I listened to your auto with your wife, Kathy. Please thank her!
for me as well.
This is nit-picking, but if the scepter/sword was not to depart from 'between his legs', I ask myself, why not run the scepter all the way down between the legs?
So, mentally, this I did.
Reading from the tip of the sword: n-q-m = Strong's # H5358 naw-kam, to grudge,
Read the other way, from the handle, q-n is H7064 kane
, Contracted from H7077; a nest
(as fixed), sometimes including the nestlings; figuratively a chamber or dwelling: - nest, room. H7077 is q-n-n kaw-nan'
A primitive root; to
but used only as denominative from H7064; to nestle,
that is, build
as a nest: - make . . . nest.
Or, one might say the sword is double edged, one to punish, the other to protect, secure and build the nest of YHWH, the Habitat of God, protecting and avenging His GOOD NAME, and that of His Family.
That is all I have for now,
(My response) See Jacobs Bible Prophecy: Signs in the Heavens, part 1 (The Lion code) for where this code is explained in detail.
I think that this phrase to the left of the lion that reads from the actual text of Genesis, "The rod will not depart" (and forms what I understand to be a picture code of a rod that has departed from between the lions feet --- perhaps
a euphemism for birth) --- I understand to imply the fulfillment of this prophecy of the departing rod. (The image of a departing rod is found in both Lion bible codes, though facing opposite directions.)
For "Shiloh" Jesus (Yeshua) has come (at His first coming) and thus the rod has departed since Shiloh has come and fulfilled the prophecy. "The rod will not depart UNTIL Shiloh comes" (the One to whom it rightfully belongs). Thus the
scepter departed from Judah on earth when Christ died, but not in heaven where Jesus forever reigns since Jesus comes from the tribe of Judah. But there is coming a day when He will rule again on this earth as King over it, reigning in Jerusalem.
The prowling lion with the scepter coming out from between the lions legs, perhaps a euphemism for birth, and reads, "A scepter will not depart".
The leaping lion with the scepter coming out from between the lions legs, perhaps a euphemism for birth, and reads, "A scepter from between (His feet)".