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Acrostic in Genealogy of Adam to Moses

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Published on Feb 19, 2010

An acrostic has been discovered with a secret message. The first letter of each consecutive Hebrew name from Adam to Noah to Abraham in the bible (a total of 19 names) reads, "I will forgive my enemies, having compassion, forgiving those of dust once again." (For more, see bible-codes.org)

An acrostic is a type of bible code. Psalm 119 is a classic example of an acrostic in the bible. The first letter of each series of sentences move successively through the Hebrew alphabet. (Also true of Psalm 9, 10, 25, 34, 37, 111, and 112.) These are obvious acrostics. However, there are secret acrostics hidden in the bible as well. This movie explores one of these 'hidden' ones --- hidden for 4000 years! The acrostic summarizes the plan of salvation from the beginning of time.

A good knowledge of the first chapters of Genesis (where these genealogies are located) are essential to understanding what the acrostic means, particularly the creation and fall of man and the rising up of Cain against Abel and killing him.

Moreover, the meaning of the names of each person in the genealogy when read consecutively declare a separate prophecy, yet compatible with this Acrostic Bible Code. There are 80 names in all that span from Adam to Jesus Christ. (See the "Meaning of Names Bible Code" on YouTube.)
For more bible codes see www.bible-codes.org.

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