Jesus hidden in the Hebrew and Greek of the Bible’s text!

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The Old Testament is full of hidden truth, word plays that work in the original Hebrew but make no sense in translation, hidden words, prophesies and numbers. A verse seems to say one thing, but held up to examination it might be saying more than you first supposed.The posts below show how Jesus is worked into the very language and flow of the Old Testament.



Hope in Egypt – Ram and Amminadab

We have been processing through how Jesus' ancestors produced an incredible prediction of Jesus' actions and meaning, and in the last post we got through to the last names recorded ...
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Jesus – the name of the King in Ruth

The book of Ruth, like the first book of Samuel, joins the period when Israel was a tribal family, the age of the Judges, to the period when they where ...
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Jesus First and Last

In Revelation, Jesus appears to John calling himself "the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last", Rev 22:13 (see also 1:8, 2:8b and 21:6). John is reporting in ...
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Jesus in “in the beginning”, – a son made desolate!

I've just spotted this... I've had a hunch for a while that I would spot more in Genesis 1:1 than I've already written up (see "Jesus in the Beginning") and ...
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Jesus in Abram, Isaac and Jacob

OK the title is a bit misleading, as I'm only considering the names "Abram", "Isaac" and "Jacob"... their stories make up 3/4 of the book of Genesis... and Jesus appears ...
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Jesus leads the people through the Red Sea and they sing “He is risen risen!”

In Exodus 14, the people are between a rock and a hard place, or more literally they are between Pharaoh's army and the Red Sea. Moses steps forward and shouts ...
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