What if you took a whole bunch of scriptural phrases from the New Testament and put them into a box and reached in and you randomly pulled out the following phrases;
Day of Christ
The Coming of our Lord Jesus Christ
Glorious appearing of the great God
Sign of blood moon
We which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds
Translated into the kingdom of His dear Son
Wicked men left
Be saved, O safe
What would you think? Would randomly selecting those phrases be coincidence, or a message from God?
It is obvious that those phrases communicate a message—That the day of Christ is when the Lord Jesus comes to the clouds and appears for all the world to see, which happens at the sixth seal after the sign of the moon being turned to the color of blood, at which time the saints which are alive and remain at His coming will be caught up into the clouds—raptured—and translated into the kingdom of His dear Son and delivered from the wrath to come. The wicked men—those without Christ—will be left. So be saved so you can be safe!
Interesting message! But the question still remains; would the selection of the phrases and words that formed the message just be a random coincidence, or could it be considered as a message from God? If it is just coincidental then it would mean nothing, if from God then it is a message we need to pay heed to, lest we are caught unawares.
Now, I did not put a bunch of Bible phrases in a box and pull them out randomly, but I did find those words and phrases in a KJV Bible code matrix.
|The KJV Rapture Code|
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As you can see the main term of the matrix is “Six Seal.” Crossing “Six Seal” at the bottom are the almost parallel encoded words “sign” and “moon,” in between those words is the surface text “of blood.” These spatially related words combine to form the phrase; “sign of blood moon.” BTW, in case you were not aware the moon is turned to blood at the sixth seal event, see Rev 6:12.
There are other spatially related words in the matrix; like the encoded words “Saints” and “taken” that cross each other and form the phrase “Saints taken.” They also cross the surface text of “translated us into the kingdom of His dear Son” and “we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds.” Also directly below the “caught up together” surface text is the surface text “coming of our Lord Jesus Christ” and “the Day of Christ” which also crosses and is part of “Six Seal.” Also appearing near this area is the encoded word “left” and the surface text “wicked men” forming the phrase “wicked men left.” This is also in the same general area of “Saints taken.”
There are a few other things of note; crossing “Six Seal” is the surface text “delivered” and “glorious appearing of our Great God.” Also crossing “Six Seal” is the encoded enigmatic phrase “be saved O’ safe.” This phrase conveys the meaning that if you are saved—a Christian—that you will be safe from the wrath to come via being caught up in the rapture event at the sixth seal.
Very interesting Bible code to say the least! This Bible code also puts forth a message that may not be well received by most people. Some at this juncture may, because of preconceived ideas, reject this code as random and meaningless, but if it is by design, then to reject it would be to reject a message from God. So how do we determine if this code is random or by design?
I will be the first to admit that just because someone finds something encoded in scripture does not mean that it is from God. For random codes can be found in any passage of significant length. So; just because someone finds something encoded in scripture does not mean that it was by design—it may be coincidental and mean nothing. To determine the validity of a Bible code one must examine the odds that it may have occurred by chance. The higher the odds, the greater likelihood that it was by design. Here are r values for the matrix.
If you take into consideration other aspects of this matrix the odds of the matrix would increase. For example the entire matrix only includes 3431 letters, which is approximately ½% of the 739,167 letters in the KJV New Testament. Thus the matrix is a relatively small section of scripture. And in this relatively small matrix the term “Six Seal,” which is only encoded 4 times in the KJV New Testament, appears with 6 sentences or long phrases of definitely related surface text, such as “Hath translated us into the kingdom of his dear Son.” “We which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds,” “The coming of our Lord Jesus Christ,” “Day of Christ” “Glorious appearing of the great God.” “The Lord delivered me.” So I believe these occurrences add to the odds.
Not only is the related surface text statistically significant but the words “saints” and “taken” are only encoded once in this matrix and they cross each other and the surface text of “We which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds.”
Further to the right, next to and touching “Saints” and crossing “taken,” is the encoded word “left,” which also occurs right below the surface text “wicked men.” The phrase “wicked men” only occurs 2 times in the KJV NT and appears in this small matrix very close to “left.” All 4 of these terms occurring in close proximity to each other are also statistically significant and add to the odds.
The other significant cluster of terms is “of blood” which occurs 16 times in the KJV NT and appears in this matrix. The phrase “of blood” also crosses the encoded term “moon,” which is almost parallel to the term “sign.” All 3 occur in a 7 x 28 box, which again add to the odds.
All of these statistically significant events increase the odds of this matrix from occurring by chance. If each one of the 4 statistically significant events listed above added a factor of 1 to the r value then the odds of this matrix would be at about 1 trillion to one.
Are the odds high enough for us to say that this matrix was by design and not chance? Some say that only the Hebrew Bible can be encoded, and not a translation. Could God’s Spirit move upon groups of men through time so that the 5th revision of a translation could be encoded, even though translations are not inspired? I will leave those questions to be answered by the statistical experts. But if the answers to those questions are yes, then this matrix would offer confirmation to the fact that the rapture will occur at the sixth seal, and if you have not already, you need to take heed, lest you are caught unawares.
Remember our only source for doctrine is God’s Holy Word; we are never to use experiences and or other spiritual phenomena such as the Bible codes to formulate doctrine. God’s Holy word is clear that the rapture will occur at the sixth seal, and this Bible code whether by design or chance says the same thing.
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