The Mystery of God's Love
Part 1 of 7 parts
Here is a beautiful love poem encoded in the bible between Messiah and the Church (His bride). It forms a picture of a menorah that burns with sacrificial love. The song is called, "The Lamp of His Flame." (It is found at 120-letter skips at
the burning-bush passage in Exodus.) There are a great many plays on words in the song, such as the play on Leah's name, which means "weary." Leah is the wife of Jacob, and a type of the bride of Messiah. (The full study of this bible code will clarify
The picture is that of the menorah twisted like a snake into the silhouette of a Lamb carrying a cross: A very powerful and highly symbolic image (pictograph), especially when one realizes that the menorah that was in the Jewish temple was itself
shaped in the form of a tree---an almond tree.
By overlapping the menorah and the cross together, the symbol of the menorah-tree as the cross of Christ is heightened. The symbol sees the Lamb---the light of the world---hanging on the tree of the menorah---extinguished by sinful men
for a time---but ignited again by the Kings love for His bride and her love for Him, (i.e., death and resurrection). (Read Revelation 21 and 22). It is reminiscent of the Song of Solomon:
"Set me as a seal upon thine heart, as a seal upon thine arm: for love is strong as death; jealousy is cruel as the grave: the coals thereof are coals of fire, which hath a most vehement flame. Many waters cannot quench love, neither can the floods
drown it: if a man would give all the substance of his house for love, it would utterly be contemned," (S. of S. 8:6-7).
The code is read from right to left along the seven branches of the menorah twisted like a snake, i.e., "an cursed thing." The other parts of the picture, i.e., the base, stem, flames, and the cross (tree) of Christ, are complimentary aspects and
are examined following the encoded song.
The bible code reads thus:
"The Lamp of His Flame"
("A Song of the Lamb")
And they sing the song of Moses, the servant of God, and the song of the Lamb:
"Great and amazing are your deeds, Lord God the Almighty! Just and true are your ways, King of the nations! Lord, who will not fear and glorify your name? For you alone are holy." (Revelation 15:3, 4a.)
(See the rest of the chapter 15 as well.
Read the last two chapters of Revelation for the meaning of the song.)
(Jesus says:) "A lamp for her in Him I will be,
a king for them, Jesus!"
(Leah, the symbolic 'bride' of the Lamb, replies:) "Let Him weary for me!"
(The Spirit says:) "But, for whom is His Lamb a king?
"Behold, for when His flaming lamp shone, He sang for joy:
(Jesus replies:) "I AM a king for them---Jesus!"
("I AM" is written defectively on purpose, cf. Hosea 13:10. "Jesus" is spelt the way Jews spell His name today; however, the full spelling is encoded in the text too. See the "Yeshua-Yeshua" matrix below. The letters
there spell the name of Jesus in full, and use the very same letters that spelt 'Jesus' according to the above traditional Jewish spelling.)
The Lamp of His Flame
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2", "A Song of Moses")
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Also see: Yeshua: Scroll of the Lamb Bible Code
Carmel Hanukah Forest Fire
And see...How Picture-Codes Overlap
as one composite image!
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