Yeshua: The Name of Jesus Revealed in the Old Testament (Paperback)
By Yacov Rambsel
When news of the complex codes hidden in the Hebrew text of the Old Testament first reached the West, scientists and Bible scholars were shocked. Many were skeptical at first, but sophisticated investigations proved the validity of the techniques used by scientists in Israel.
The codes revealed not only detailed information about people and places in ancient times, but also names and dates of history-making events in our own day. And from beginning to end, they reveal the identity of God's anointed Messiah interwoven in every book of prophecy and on virtually every page of Scripture.
Chapters 1-5 are titled: “Yeshua in the First Word,” “Abraham,“ “Isaac,“ “Jacob“ and "Joseph." Chapters 6-12 are titled respectively “Appointments of Yeshua,” “Yeshua in the First Covenant,” “The Laws of Probability,” ”The Forerunner,” “Chastening and Blessing,” “A Remnant Saved” and “He Ascended on High.”
This book is an incredibly in-depth study of the Old Testament text. Rambsel adroitly weaves the Hebrew language into his explanations. The book includes a Hebrew Aleph-bet chart for reference.
•Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
•Publisher: Thomas Nelson (September 4, 1998)
•Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 4.1 x 0.7 inches
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