Summary of "Yeshua Codes
in Isaiah 53 and Psalm 22"

Over the years, we have done a great deal of searches for codes in Isaiah 53 and Psalm 22, but we never searched specifically for Yeshua (Jesus). We remedied that situation. The results, 20 lengthy codes, ranging from 10 to 35 letters long, predominantly speak of various aspects of Jesus' life. In this article, we'll highlight four of those codes.

The miracle of his death and crucifixion is Jesus overcoming sin and death, and the result is the gift of salvation for the believer. Yeshua (I.5) paints a touching picture of God dressing Jesus' wound.

Where have they prepared Yeshua (Jesus) the Lord? Prior to Jesus' death and resurrection, Mary had anointed Jesus' feet with a fragrant and costly oil and had wiped His feet with her hair. Judas reprimands the act as wasteful, but Jesus says to leave her alone. It was done as preparation for his burial.

The disciples slumbered in the Garden of Gethsemane. (Matthew 26:36-45 and Mark 14:32-41) Slumbered and alive in this code may be referring to the idea of slumbering spiritually versus being alive in the Holy Spirit. The Parable of the Ten Virgins describes this. (Matthew 25:1-13 [link to])

They hung (crucified) you, Yeshua (Jesus), for the ram. This code is very direct in its language. It describes Jesus' crucifixion as a substitute for the ram, which is the offering for atonement.

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