This bible code is part of a larger one and creates a picture bible code of a mountain being enveloped in a cloud of smoke. (And of a seven-sealed Scroll, too!) Remember the context of where the bible code is found: The
burning bush passage on top of Mount Sinai where the law was later given and written down.
The children of Israel were crying out to God---"And they cried, and their cry came up unto God by reason of the bondage," (Ex. 2:23, see matrix at bottom). God heard their cry from, "The mountain of
God." (This phrase is found only once in the books of Moses, and that place is here, in Exodus 3:1, the very dead center of this bible code!)
In the rest of the picture bible code of the mountain, the "summit" is called:
"The Summit of Yeshua"
Themountain-summit is part of a larger series. The scroll simply becomes the fiery cloud a top the mountain.
The picture of the cloud around 'the summit of Yeshua' says:
(That is, what the scroll reads when reading it around the 14 letters forward and backward.)
They cried out for help in the direction of a (mountain) summit:
"Let Him be changed into a man!"
"Lo, They cried out for help!
The Gift of God will become that man!
Or, "See! Yeshua, even the gift of God, will become a man, even a prince!"
Compare Hebrew of Ex. 7:9, "...the staff shall be changed into a serpent."
"... in the direction of a (mountain) summit," is literally, "summit-ward."
Or, "The gift of God is the man," meaning, "The Husband." (See acrostic for why this might be appropriate as well. Cf., "The bride of the
Lamb," in Revelation 19:7-19).
Or it may simply read, , "The gift of God will be a man."
"They cried out for help" is a play on words for the name of Yeshua, which essentially means the same.
"And they cried, and their cry came up unto God by reason of the bondage," (Ex. 2:23.)
These very words run through the bible code! "Their cry," .
The only difference in spelling is that the bible code is a verb, whereas the surface text is a noun: Both are related to the name 'Yeshua;" their root meanings are, "to cry out for help." Therefore, compare the two:
(Bible code), "They cried out for help in the direction of a (mountain) summit."
(Surface text), And they cried, and
their cry came upunto God by reason of the bondage,"
Hence, the bible code is saying that the real cry of mankind has ever been:
"Save us yourself! Don't just send us a substitute, (i.e., like Moses), come down as a man and save us yourself! See for yourself what it's like to be a slave---just like we are!"
This is what God, in Messiah, did in fact do; He sent Yeshua, Himself!
"Let this mind be in you, which was also in Messiah Yeshua: Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God: But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men:
And being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross. Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name: That at the name of Yeshua every knee should bow, of things in
heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; And that every tongue should confess that Yeshua Messiah is Lord, to the glory of God the Father," (Phil. 2:5-11).
Call upon Yeshua!
Believe on Him,
and confess Him before men,
and you too will be saved!
The following expands upon this same code: See
also the Menorah (Lamp) at the burning Mountain that continues and compliments the above code. In the bible, all three pictures---the scroll, the mountain, and the menorah,
are used as symbols of divine revelation. They are the 'what' (scroll), 'where' (mountain), and 'how' (light of the Lamp), of divine revelation.