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Sid Roth - I Found My Name and Destiny Hidden in Bible Codes with Yacov Rambsel


Sid Roth - I Found My Name and Destiny Hidden in Bible Codes with Yacov Rambsel

My guest says he's found his exact name, AND destiny, in code, in the Bible! He says EVERYONE'S name and vital information is ALSO encoded in the Bible! Next, on this edition of "It's Supernatural"!

Sid Roth: Hello, I'm Sid Roth your investigative reporter, and I'm here with Yacov Rambsel. Yacov is the man that supernaturally heard a word from God, and found there were secret codes hidden in the Scriptures. Tell me the first time you found a secret code in the Jewish Bible.

Yacov Rambsel: It was quite a few years ago. I was studying the Book of Ruth, because it was after the Passover. And you count 50 days till you come to "Succoth", or - or "Shavuot". And I - I always study Ruth during this period, because that's "the counting of the omer". So I'm in the first chapter, and I'm praying; I always pray over my Word, and - and God always opens His Word unto me; He always has, and He will for anyone. But what is so magnificent, and I think it was in verse 5 - Ruth 1:5. In there I found - every 12th letter - a magnificent code. And 12 is significant because it speaks of government, it speaks of the nation of Israel.

Sid Roth: The 12 tribes.

Yacov Rambsel: The 12 tribes, yes! And, so, every 12th letter in there spelled "hashait melek Yeshua". In English, what this means is "Jesus is the appointed king".

Sid Roth: Isn't that interesting! Wh-why would it be in that chapter in Ruth? Any idea?

Yacov Rambsel: Because that is a Messianic chapter. The whole Book of Ruth is Messianic! It talks about the genealogy, from Boaz, Obed, Boaz, Jesse, and also David. And in there is a, uh, the genealogy, leading up, because Yeshua the Messiah, when He would come - which He did come - would be called the Son of David. Why? Because He would be the ruling monarch when He comes back. He will be the king; not only of Israel but of the universe.

Sid Roth: Now explain to me, in a simplistic fashion, how this code works throughout all of the Tanakh, the Jewish Scriptures.

Yacov Rambsel: Let's go to Genesis 1; that's - let's start at the beginning. And the first letter, the first word, we - from the first word is "bereshit", which means "in the beginning". The first letter is a "bet", second letter of the Hebrew, "alefbet". Every 7th letter, counting bet and count 7, and then 7, spells "created"! Well that's - that's beautiful! Every 7th letter spells "created"; but from that first letter, the word "created" is encoded 6 times, in the first 6 days of creation, starting with that first letter. Well, there's 6 days of creation; so it stands to reason that the word "created" would be encoded 6 times, to back up what the surface reading is saying! So that's an example. Now, sometimes the codes might be 8 letters apart, counting every 8th letter.

Sid Roth: It's sort of like, as a child, I might have played - and I did - I played a game where I'd look at a sheet of paper, and it wouldn't make any sense; but then I'd have the key to the code. Let's say the key was 7; I would count every 7 letters, and then write that letter down. Before I know it, I'd have a word, and then I'd have a sentence!

Yacov Rambsel: Yes; yes, that's exactly right. One of the most fantastic, most awesome things that God has placed in the Bible is the surface and the foundation of the surface. The foundation of the surface reading of the Torah - and all the way through the Tanakh - are the codes that back up what the surface reading is saying. I'll give you an example: In Genesis 1, there's 1,671 Hebrew letters that form those 30, uh, 31 verses which is 6 days of creation. In there is encoded, at various intervals - some at 2-letter intervals, some at every 3rd letter, some at every 10th letter, some at every 50th letter - are over 2,000 biblical names that are mentioned later on in the Scripture!

Sid Roth: In other words, it's mentioned before these people even existed!

Yacov Rambsel: That's right! And it has - it gives information...

Sid Roth: Is there any explanation - besides the fact that God authored the Book of Genesis - that that could be there? Is there any other explanation?

Yacov Rambsel: It's been proven scientifically by the statisticians, by the skeptics, and the greatest mathematicians of the world, that only someone that had a power that is outside of our space and time could have arranged those letters in that chapter, or the whole Bible for that fact, the way they are arranged. So this proves to us that that person that is outside of space and time is none other than the Creator, God.

Sid Roth: Hm! You know, uh, I remember my dad, who was born in Poland from a traditional Jewish background.

Yacov Rambsel: Yes.

Sid Roth: He said to me one day, "Sid, show me why you believe that the Messiah has already come". And so, I read to him the 53rd chapter of the Book of Isaiah, and he said to me, "Show me where it says Jesus in there", and I couldn't show that to him. What's under the surface in the 53rd chapter of Isaiah, that was written 800 years before Jesus came to earth? What's in there?

Yacov Rambsel: First, let me give you the validity of the Book of Isaiah. In the Dead Sea Scrolls, they found the Book of Isaiah, dated back to about 23-, 2,400 years ago. It is identical to the Masoretic text that I use today.

Sid Roth: So no one's tampered with it.

Yacov Rambsel: Nobody's tampered with it. So that gives us validity and credibility to the word. Now, in Isaiah 53, the 53rd chapter, there's 667 Hebrew letters that form that whole chapter; but yet there are thousands of codes in there. One day I was praying, and I r-read Isaiah 53 so many times. I just love this, because it's speaking about my Messiah; he's speaking about my Lord; he's speaking about somebody that would be executed in my place. And I prayed, and I said, "Lord, Your name is there somewhere", and He spoke to me in my spirit. I could hear His voice; it was so sweet. He said, "Go to verse 10, and go to the word 'evrech'" (it means, "he shall prolong his days") "and count 20 in reverse". Well, I ran inside; I was outside walking as I do, and I pray in the morning. I ran inside, I opened up my Hebrew Tanakh, and I started counting from that area every 20th letter, m-my friend, I'll tell you, the Scriptures opened up like a volume, like Heaven was opened up. And He showed me in there, every 20th letter was a phrase, "Yeshua shmi", which means, "Jesus is my name", and from the first party! This is what's interesting: "My name is Jesus", or "Jesus is my name"; I didn't stop there! I did the complete analysis, at every possible combination, in Isaiah 667 - well, uh, Isaiah 53, with the 667 letters; and I did thousands and thousands of codes that came out of there. But the one that stands out - it's like the sparkle in the gem - is the one that says, "ma'al Yeshua shmi asnir Adonai"...

Sid Roth: Which means?

Yacov Rambsel: ...which means, "From above, my strong name is Jesus the light of the Lord".

Sid Roth: WOW! "From above, my strong name is Jesus, the light", "the light of the Lord". Are light's going on right now? We'll be right back. You think that's something; wait till you hear what else Yacov found in this very, very descriptive chapter, penned by Isaiah 800 years before the Messiah came to Earth. Don't go away.

Sid Roth: You know, if you had just heard what I heard from Yacov during the break, oh vey! Yacov before we go back to Isaiah 53, your name is in code, in the Torah. Tell me what they found.

Yacov Rambsel: Okay. A friend of mine who did research, and he - I don't look for my name - but he wanted to find it for me, and he did. And it's in the Torah, in the Book of Deuteronomy, right around where the "shema" is.

Sid Roth: That's wonderful.

Yacov Rambsel: Oh yeah! And in Deuteronomy 6:4.

Sid Roth: 6:4.

Yacov Rambsel: And so in there is encoded, every 80th letter, Yacov Rambsel, "hallel yah"; that means "I will praise". Oh, I will praise the Lord! So I thought that was great, because I do this; uh, that's nothing new to me. But right next to my name at the....

Sid Roth: But wait a second. If I could have anything written next to my name, I would like, "I will praise the Lord". I can't think of anything better.

Yacov Rambsel: That's the greatest thing, because that's all I do...

Sid Roth: That's what David...

Yacov Rambsel: ...and that's all I want to do!

Sid Roth: ...that's what David did!

Yacov Rambsel: Yeah!

Sid Roth: He was "...a man after God's own heart"; that's what you are, Yacov. They find anything else in there about you?

Yacov Rambsel: Oh! No, but I did - then I started to - see, I verified it. And so I did the complete analysis. In other words, uh, I did 80 codes at one time; 80 researches at one time. I don't use a computer; I do it all by hand like the ancient rabbis did many centuries ago.

Sid Roth: Why don't you use a computer?

Yacov Rambsel: Because some of the computers have flaws. But the Word doesn't. And everything I verify by the Word by hand count; I count each letter.

Sid Roth: That is the rabbinical way.

Yacov Rambsel: That is, absolutely!

Sid Roth: So what else did you find?

Yacov Rambsel: Well, next to my name also is "shla-vim", and that is the Modern Hebrew term for "equidistance letter sequence", and that's exactly what I do!

Sid Roth: That's the technical name for finding codes in the Bible!

Yacov Rambsel: Exactly.

Sid Roth: An equal distance of the letters!

Yacov Rambsel: And then another phrase that comes in there...

Sid Roth: That would have been enough!

Yacov Rambsel: Yeah!

Sid Roth: There's another one!

Yacov Rambsel: Oh yes! It's "oti hi-ish"; it means "the man of letters"; and that's what the scholars had called - many centuries ago - anybody that did analysis on the - on the codes. The encrypted messages that came out of the Bible, they called "a man of letters".

Sid Roth: How could that be in the Torah! How could that be in Deuteronomy 6:4?

Yacov Rambsel: Well...

Sid Roth: The "shema"?

Yacov Rambsel: Well God had to put it there because He wrote - remember, He wrote the commandments; He wrote the Bible. Now here's another thing that's fascinating. My son and daughter's name is encoded next to mine, and also my wife Yaffa, right next to me, and it describes my wife physically, so I know it's my wife, you see; it describes her physically. And you met my wife.

Sid Roth: Now, uh, Yacov, do you believe that everyone's name is encoded in the Scriptures somewhere?

Yacov Rambsel: I know everyone name - everyone's name is there, from Genesis 1 through the Torah. You go through the whole Torah; everybody, everything - past, present and future - is in there; also what they will do. Now, what's so magnificent, the 66 important Jewish people that they did rich researches on the last - that lived in the last thousand years; they found all their names in the Torah.

Sid Roth: The 66 what? Most famous...

Yacov Rambsel: Most famous Jewish men, yes.

Sid Roth: All of them in the Torah?

Yacov Rambsel: In the Torah. They found their date of birth. Now...

Sid Roth: Their exact date of birth...

Yacov Rambsel: The exact...

Sid Roth: ...or year?

Yacov Rambsel: No. The exact date of birth. They also found later - some others tried to disprove it - and later they found the city they were born in.

Sid Roth: That is...

Yacov Rambsel: Now that is amazing. And a lot of these people were Polish-Jewish people like yourself. See, my grandfather come - came from Poland, a Jewish man.

Sid Roth: Oh, Ashkenazi.

Yacov Rambsel: Yes, Ashkenazi, yeah! And what's so magnificent, that all these wonderful things are in there; it doesn't excite me as much as finding the names of God, especially our Messiah. That excites me more than anything else!

Sid Roth: Tell - let's take uh, what the rabbis would call a "messianic prophecy". Uh...

Yacov Rambsel: Yeah.

Sid Roth: Proverbs, the 30th chapter, the 4th verse. Wh-what - who created the heavens, the - the Earth, what is His name?

Yacov Rambsel: Yes.

Sid Roth: Obviously you're going to say God. But then the Proverb goes on to say, "... and what is his son's name, if thou canst tell"? What did you find in there?

Yacov Rambsel: You know it's - it's so superior to any writing that's outside the Bible. There's no writing that I know of that can even come close to what the Bible writes. Now, in there, it says, "Surely you know"!, not "Can one tell"? That's the regular Hebrew rendition, okay. That's the perfect interpretation.

Sid Roth: "Surely you know"!

Yacov Rambsel: "Surely you know"! He's telling us...

Sid Roth: What does that mean?

Yacov Rambsel: He's telling us...

Sid Roth: It means we should know for sure!

Yacov Rambsel: We should know for sure...

Sid Roth: For sure!

Yacov Rambsel: ...what His Son's name is! Yeah!

Sid Roth: So, what did you find encoded there?

Yacov Rambsel: Every 22 letters - now "22" speaks of the Hebrew "aleph bet". There's 22 Hebrew letters in the "aleph bet". Every 22 letters it spells "shai Yeshua", which means "Jesus is the gift", and that's the name of His Son. It identifies His Son from the Book of Proverbs! This was almost 3,000 years ago when that was written, by Solomon.

Sid Roth: Well when it says, "Surely you shall know"!...

Yacov Rambsel: That's right!

Sid Roth: ...then obviously that would be encoded in there!

Yacov Rambsel: And also in there, it talks about the Temple, it talks about the sacrificial lamb, it talks about a "shmi"; it means "my sin offering". That's in Proverbs!

Sid Roth: All in there!

Yacov Rambsel: Yes, in that one little verse.

Sid Roth: Huh! Well, let's go back to the 53rd chapter of Isaiah, that was written some 800 years before Yeshua the Messiah came to Earth.

Yacov Rambsel: Um-hm.

Sid Roth: Uh, what did you find there?

Yacov Rambsel: Okay. In Isaiah 53:5, where it says, "... he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: and the chastisement of our peace was upon Him; and with his stripes we are healed". In there is a code; every 21 letters it says, "they shall pierce his flesh". "They shall pierce his flesh". And adjacent to that is "shalim", which means, "the cross", or like the, uh, execution stake, you see. Next to that is - this is amazing - "slavi shaloth"; it means "3 execution stakes"; and there were 3; 3 on the hill.

Sid Roth: I'll tell you what.

Yacov Rambsel: Yeshua...

Sid Roth: Hold that thought. I mean, this is 800 years before the Messiah came to Earth, to have His name, to have 3 execution stakes! If you think that's something, wait till you hear what else he found! We'll be right back. Don't go away.

Sid Roth: Hello, Sid Roth your investigative reporter here. I'm here with the most fascinating man. Yacov Rambsel - he's the one that BY HAND has found THOUSANDS of hidden codes, buried in the Tanakh - the Jewish Scriptures - that reveal what the text says; reveal hidden meanings! For instance, the 53rd chapter of Isaiah, written some 800 years before the Messiah came to Earth; I know I read this to my Orthodox Jewish father, and he said, "Stop; you're reading from a Christian Bible". I said, "Dad, this is the Tanakh, that I got at my bar Mitzvah! It's a JEWISH Bible". Well Yacov, if I had known the codes, what were some of the other things that I would have found, hidden just beneath the surface of Isaiah 53, in a very simplistic, equi-letter distancing sequence?

Yacov Rambsel: One of the things was King Herod, and you heard of Herod's temple... That existed during the time of Yeshua, about 2,000 years ago, until it was destroyed by the Romans in A.D. 70. Now, also, the evil Roman city is encoded there; they were the conquerors of Israel at that time. Also Caesar is encoded there. Now he was the - the head man of Rome at the time; he was the dictator, so to speak. But that's - I knew that would be there; I had no problem with this. What excited me was all the disciples...

Sid Roth: All the first followers of the Messiah?

Yacov Rambsel: ...all 12 of the disciples - but one - was encoded in Isaiah 53, in that little pocket of area there. And - and it's so magnificent what God had placed in there! It described some of them; it called them Talmud, you know, the "talmudeen"...

Sid Roth: "Talmudeen".

Yacov Rambsel: Yeah, "Talmudeen", "the disciples", uh, "the students". And, the one that was missing was the one man "Yehuda", or "Judas", that betrayed Yeshua for 30 pieces of silver.

Sid Roth: I just WONDER if the Tanakh could not be the Book of Life, because we pray that our name not be removed from the Book of Life, and "Yehuda", "Judas", was removed!

Yacov Rambsel: That's right. Okay, here's my take on that. I'm glad you brought that up; this is so important. I believe there are many books, because we have the Book of Remember - "Book of Remembrance" from the Book of Malachi where those that thought about the Lord and feared Him, and followed His commandments; that's called "the Book of Remembrance". In that day, when we stand before the King of Kings, those books will be opened; many books will be opened, and the "Lamb's Book of Life" will be opened. Now th-the Torah and the Tanakh - that's the complete, what is called normally "the Old Testament", I like to call it "the First Covenant" and it is "the Book of Life", but it is the book of life and death. It is a complete history of God's creation of every person that's ever lived, etc., all the way down to the consummation of the age. That is not the book that, uh, "the redeemed" are in. They're in there, but that is not the book where ONLY "the redeemed" are in.

Sid Roth: What is the book that ONLY those that are going to Heaven is in?

Yacov Rambsel: That's called "the Lamb's Book of Life"; those that accepted the sacrifice; those who accepted the Lamb of God; those who accepted Yeshua as the Messiah. That is "the Lamb's Book of Life", and their names are written in there!

Sid Roth: That's the better book to be in!

Yacov Rambsel: That's right! That's the book of "the redeemed"!

Sid Roth: I've got to ask you this: Have people taken other BIG books, like "War and Peace" or Shakespeare's, and tried this equal - equal-letter distancing thing?

Yacov Rambsel: The challenge went out many years ago, where the statisticians, mathematicians, and cryptologists to try to disprove the validity of the Bible codes. A man I know - and I won't mention his name - it was the head cryptologist at NSA, National Security Agency up north - he made a program himself, a Bible program himself. He wanted to disprove that these codes were nonexistent, they were just happenstance, that it just - uh, you could find it in anything. So he fed in there "War and Peace", and all these other, uh, Hebrew-written, uh, you know, like "War and Peace" and so forth, these different books that were written in Hebrew, and when he - and even the Talmud! Put the Talmud in there. And they had certain little codes in there, but it's very insignificant. But when he came to the Tanakh - to the Torah - and Tanakh, it was a total mass of code, like a severe of code, like it was from one end to the other; it was unstoppable; nothing to compare with it. Then he put other languages in there! Books with other languages, Chinese, or whether it's Spanish, and Latin, etc. etc. Then, little codes here and there; nothing significant. Only in the Hebrew Bible are the codes found! And I'm talking every letter is used in codes multiple times; not once, but many times. That's why. You see, in the Hebrew Tanakh, there's 1,196,922 Hebrew letters to compose the Hebrew Tanakh, from Genesis to Malachi, or - or Chronicles, okay. That's a lot of letters! But imagine, for a moment, that each letter conveys perhaps a thousand codes, at different count intervals.

Sid Roth: That's how we can have it for everyone that's ever lived!

Sid Roth: You know what occurs to me? Your name is in the Tanakh - in the Jewish Scriptures - with your destiny!

Yacov Rambsel: Wow!

Sid Roth: You had nothing to do with that! God - Who knew you, "Before you were conceived in your mother's womb.."., chose you and appointed you - put that in His Book! There IS one book you can have control over; that's called, as Yacov said, "the Lamb's Book of Life". You can get your name in that. First, you have to repent of your sins - tell God you're sorry - because against God and God alone have you sinned. Turn from your sins, and ask that the blood of the same Messiah in Isaiah 53 - "Yeshua", "Jesus the Messiah" - His blood would wash away your sins, and as Isaiah says, "... by His stripes you were healed", "... by His blood you were healed", and God will wash away your sins. Then when you're clean, you can have intimacy with God! You can reach out and say, "Abba! Father! I make Yeshua my Messiah and Lord". Let Him wrap His arms around you, let Him love you, let Him hold you. He does care about you. You ARE special. You really are!
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