The Mystery Message Hidden in the name of The Messiah
Chet Yood Sheen Mem
The most familiar title for the prophesied deliverer is the title Messiah that means “the Anointed One”. Would it surprise you that the title Messiah is only found in one book in the Old Testament and only used twice?
Jesus told the Pharisees that if they searched the Scriptures they would find Him, the Messiah. He declared that they would find Him everywhere since the Scripture's primary purpose is to testify of the coming of the Messiah. You can read this account in John 5:39.
So why are there only two references to the Messiah in the entire Old Testament? The answer to that question is that there are tens of thousands of references to the Messiah in the Old Testament, but only two that declare Him as the anointed one, the Messiah.
The testimony of the coming Messiah starts in the first word in the first book of the bible. In Genesis 1:1 we are told in the conventional Hebrew that “In the beginning” God created the heavens and the earth. In the Picture language of the Hebrew word we translate into English as beginning is a pictographic story that is impossible to ignore. The revelation found in the pictographic message is that “The Son of God is going to Press His Hand against a Cross.” The number language expands on this redemptive theme and even provides the literal time frame in which this event will take place.
If that sounds impossible then I would suggest you get ahold of the Living Word in 3-D Volume One and see this divine extraordinary disclosure for yourself. The Hebrew Language is really three languages rolled into one. A conventional language, a picture language and a number language.
The 15th and 16th Hebrew letters in the Scriptures give us another title for the coming Savior. He is the Aleph and the Tav, what we understand as the Alpha and the Omega.
- In Genesis 3:15 the Messiah is identified as the “seed of the woman” the one that will come and crush the head of the serpent.
- In Genesis 14:18 the Messiah is disclosed as “a priest after the order of Melchizedek” the King of Peace and Righteousness.
- In Genesis 22:8 the Messiah is pictured as promised Lamb of God.
- In Genesis 28:12 the Messiah is seen as the Gateway or Bridge to Heaven.
- In Genesis 49:10 the Messiah is called Shiloh.
- In Exodus 3:13 -15 we see the Messiah identify Himself as the Great I AM.
- In Exodus 12:5 The Messiah is pictured as the Lamb without blemish.
- In Exodus 12:21-27 He is the Passover Lamb.
- In Exodus 17:6 The Messiah is pictured as the Rock.
- In Numbers 21:9 The Messiah is pictured as the brass serpent on the pole.
- In Ruth 4: 4-10 The Messiah is pictured as our Kinsman Redeemer.
- In 2 Samuel 7:16a The Messiah is declared to be The Son Of God.
- In Isaiah 8:8 we are told that the Messiah will be called Immanuel or God with us.
- In Isaiah 9:6 we are told that the Messiah will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God and the Prince of Peace.
When Jesus said that searching the Scriptures would produce an overflowing testimony about Himself, He was not exaggerating.
In the Conventional Hebrew Scriptures, for every obvious reference to the Messiah in Scripture, there are 10 references that are hidden just waiting for you to discover by searching for them.
In the Picture language embedded in each letter of the Hebrew language, there are tens if not hundreds of thousands of pictographic disclosures regarding the Messiah.
In the Number language, the combination of references to the Messiah is too many to count.
The Scriptures are indeed the testimony of the Messiah. There is only one person that fits the profile and meets the qualifications of the Messiah and His name is Yeshua. He is Yeshua Ha-Mashiach, Jesus the Christ the Son of God anointed by the Heavenly Father to manifest Himself in the flesh, become God Incarnate for the purpose of undoing the curse brought upon the entire human race by the first Adam.
Jesus Christ is the Second Adam, the Son of God, Immanuel and our Messiah.