Monday, June 20, 2016
Where Does Y'shua First Show Up In The Bible?
Did you know that John chapter one proclaims that another name for Y'shua, Jesus, is the Word of God. and that he actually claims it, when he alludes to himself, as the Alpha and the Omega, in the Book of Revelation? However, what is not widely known is that the Alef and the Tav, the Hebrew equilivant, for Alpha and Omega, can be found, in the Hebrew text, right after the word Elohim, in the first verse of the Bible. If we read the first verse of the Bible as they do in Hebrew, with all silent letters, it would read, "In the beginning, God (Elohim), The Alef and Tav, (Alpha and Omega), created the heavens and the earth." Amazingly, the name of Y'shua, Jesus, is nestled covertly, in the first verse of the Bible, thereby supporting John chapter 1, where it says , "In the beginning was the Word... and nothing was created, without the Word of God."