As I mentioned in my last post, I was recently made aware of a possible ‘code’ or key to understanding Bible prophecy.  I purchased the book, and read a few chapters, then I switched gears and listened to some audio messages by David Meyer (Last Trumpet Newsletter).   Little did I know that I would soon be using the ‘Prophecy Code’ myself.

If I have understood correctly, from what I have read (and seen) so far:

  • the basic principle is that some words in the original Bible manuscripts, or early translations, sound like words that are relevant to us today (of course these words did not have the same meaning in the original language as the words they sound like now)
  • God inspired the use of these particular words, in the particular passages where He place them then, because He knew that they would be relevant to us in the latter days
  • These ‘key’ words serve to link prophetic passages, written in different times and by different authors, to each other
  • The ‘key words’ serve to establish a connection between other words (example: if  a ‘key word’ is in the same passage of Scripture as ‘word A’, and in another passage the ‘key’ is present with ‘word B’, then it can be assumed that ‘word A’ and ‘word B’  are to be associated with each other too.)
  • The ‘key word’ is directly associated with the passage where it is found

(This is a very simplistic definition for something which appears to have great depth, and is difficult to explain.)  Let me take you through my first experience in using the Prophecy Code.

In the first couple chapters of the book, one of the things Jeff explains about is Satan’s sin of attempting to ascend.  ‘Ascend’, in the 14th chapter of Isaiah, is translated as ‘alah’.  He maintains that ‘alah’ is the judgment that God metes out for the sin of ascension.  ‘Alah’ is the ‘key word’ in the passage, and he believes it is synonymous with ‘Allah’. (Allah is a word that is definitely relevant to us today.)

That evening, after reading a few chapters from the book, I had switched gears and listened to some sermons by David Meyer.  Coincidentally (?), David mentioned a scripture verse that stood out to him (the verse about Christ’s return that says: as lightning flashes from the east to the west . . .).  He went on to say that generally lightning comes from the west and goes to the east.  That may or may not be true, but I believe what is relevant is that something about the verse made it stand out to him.  Apparently he had looked into the verse a little further, because he then shared that ‘lightning’ was translated as baraq/barak and talked about how Barack Obama had come from the east to the west, etc.

This aroused my curiosity.  I was able to verify the translation.  Then I looked for other passages that contained this possible ‘key word’ (there are at least a half dozen passages that do).  The process is rather time intensive, so I have only been able to complete one passage so far.  Here is, more or less, the way I studied it:

  1. I read the chapter that contained the ‘key word’ and determined what was the probable beginning and end of the passage
  2. I became familiar with the passage, so as to understand it
  3. I noted any other passages or prophecies that I believed tie in with, or parallel the passage that I studied
  4. I looked for word translations of any other words or verses, within the passage, that stood out (to me)
  5. I marked the probable ‘key words’
  6. I looked for any relevance of the ‘key words’ to the verses where they were found
  7. I looked for the relevance of the ‘key words’ to the passage
  8. I noted ‘key words’, topics, etc. that are now ‘associated’

Although I only had time to look at one passage in depth, I did notice that another verse on the list was from a passage in Nahum that I have written posts about*–one that I believe God has revealed to me is an end time prophecy of America’s judgment. I find it very interesting that, unbeknownst to me, ‘baraq’ was hidden in that passage of Scripture too.

Lightning is not the only word that ‘baraq’ has been translated to.  It is also translated into other words that convey the idea of brightness (gleaming,  glittering, glistening, etc.)

Here is the passage:

Job 20: 4-29

4.   “Surely you know how it has been from of old, ever since man was placed on the earth,
5.   that the mirth of the wicked is brief, the joy of the godless lasts but a moment.
6.   Though his pride reaches to the heavens and his head touches the clouds,
7.   he will perish forever, like his own dung; those who have seen him will say, “Where is he?”
8.   Like a dream he flies away, no more to be found, banished like a vision of the night.
9.   The eye that saw him will not see him again; his place will look on him no more.
10.   His children must make amends to the poor; his own hands must give back his wealth.
11.   The youthful vigor that fills his bones will lie with him in the dust.
12.   “Though evil is sweet in his mouth and he hides it under his tongue,
13.   though he cannot bear to let it go and keeps it in his mouth,
14.   yet his food will turn sour in his stomach; it will become the venom of serpents within him.
15.   He will spit out the riches he swallowed; God will make his stomach vomit them up.
16.   He will suck the poison of serpents; the fangs of an adder will kill him.
17.   He will not enjoy the streams, the rivers flowing with honey and cream.
18.   What he toiled for he must give back uneaten; he will not enjoy the profit from his trading.
19.   For he has oppressed the poor and left them destitute; he has seized houses he did not build.
20.   “Surely he will have no respite from his craving; he cannot save himself by his treasure.
21.   Nothing is left for him to devour; his prosperity will not endure.
22.   In the midst of his plenty, distress will overtake him; the full force of misery will come upon him.
23.   When he has filled his belly, God will vent his burning anger against him and rain down his blows upon him.
24.   Though he flees from an iron weapon, a bronze-tipped arrow pierces him.
25.   He pulls it out of his back, the gleaming point out of his liver. Terrors will come over him;
26.   total darkness lies in wait for his treasures. A fire unfanned will consume him and devour what is left in his tent.
27.   The heavens will expose his guilt; the earth will rise up against him.
28.   A flood will carry off his house, washed away on the day of God’s wrath.
29.   Such is the fate God allots the wicked, the heritage appointed for them by God.”

 

On the surface, though there doesn’t appear to be much here, I did find several things:

VERSE 6:  “Though his pride reaches to the heavens and his head touches the clouds”

‘reaches to’  = ‘ alah’
as does ‘ascend’ in Isaiah 14:13-14

“You said in your heart, “I will ascend to heaven;
I will raise my throne above the stars of God;
I will sit enthroned on the mount of assembly,
on the utmost heights of the sacred mountain. [or: of the north]
I will ascend above the tops of the clouds;
I will make myself like the Most High.”

(This is the famous passage that describes the fall of Lucifer!  Also, in the Prophecy Code book, Jeff goes into detail about the ‘alah’ judgment.)

VERSE 8: “Like a dream he flies away, no more to be found, banished like a vision of the night.”

This verse reminded me of  a passage in Nahum chapter 3, so I looked it up and found that there were words common to both:
‘flies away’ = ‘fly away’ in Nahum 3:16

“You have increased the number of your merchants till they are more than the stars of the sky, but like locusts they strip the land and then fly away

‘banished’  =  ‘fly away’ in Nahum 3:17

“Your guards are like locusts, your officials like swarms of locusts that settle in the walls on a cold day—but when the sun appears they fly away, and no one knows where.”

‘banished’  =  ‘flee away’ in Nahum 3:7

Nahum 3:7  “All who see you will flee from you and say, ‘Nineveh is in ruins—who will mourn for her?’ Where can I find anyone to comfort you?”

Interestingly, there are 3 words, that I noticed, that are present in this passage from Job, and in Nahum 3:

  1. baraq
  2. the word that translates to flies away/fly away
  3. the word that translates to banished/fly away/flee away

 

VERSES 24-25:  “Though he flees from an iron weapon, a bronze-tipped arrow pierces him.  He pulls it out of his back, the gleaming point out of his liver. Terrors will come over him”

‘gleaming’ = ‘baraq’

(update: ‘flees’ here translates to ‘barach’!!)

 

My conclusion is that the ‘key words’ in this passage are ‘alah’ and ‘baraq’ , representing the names Allah and Barack, which are certainly relevant to us in these ‘latter days’.

 

Interpreting  the verse that contains ‘alah’:

The evil, prideful man will be destroyed. The pride represented by the mindset of ‘ascending’ brings judgment ‘alah’ from God.  This is also spelled out literally in the passage.

But here’s a twist . . .

Interpreting the verses that contain ‘baraq’:

Baraq/Barack describes the point of the arrow (of judgment, from God) that pierces the back of the wicked (the elite).   Barack is not the object of God’s judgment in this passage, but rather is the means of God’s judgment!

 

Interpreting the meaning of the  ‘key words’ in the entire passage:

This is a prophecy of judgment upon the (American) elite.  They will receive the  ‘Alah judgment’ for their pride of ascending, to be as gods.  They will vanish, as a nightmare.  Barack will be the means of judgment that God uses.

It is interesting that Barack came up from ‘within the ranks’ of the elite, but will be their undoing.  He will betray them.**  How apt that the verse describes him as an arrow, that will stab in the back  those whom God is judging!

This passage in Job is also ‘linked’ (as we have seen in the examples above) to the prophecy in Nahum–God’s judgment on America.  The revelation God gave me, regarding Obama’s eventual betrayal of the American people***, was what motivated me to begin blogging.

America, the nation (just like its ‘elite’ leaders) has become proud and arrogant, wicked and deceitful.  Our sins have piled up to the heavens.  Obama will also be God’s ‘hand of judgment’ upon the American people, for our ‘national sins’.

 

*posts based on the prophecy of Nahum:

God’s Judgment Has Come To America

New York, New York: Your Judgment Looms

We Have Been Bewitched

Is God Judging America?

Wikileaks

Obama’s Army

 

** posts regarding Obama’s betrayal of the elite:

America-Hijacked!!

The Drunken Whore (Part 1)

 

*** posts regarding Obama’s betrayal of the American people:

The American Paradigm Is About To Be Shattered!

God Damn America?

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