Jesus Christ’s identity hidden in the Bible’s first sentence

Tim Shey comments on the crucifixion post, “The First Word in the Bible says Jesus is God and He Will Die on the Cross” and he provides this excellent 10 minutes video:

The video was included when I posted the original of this item, which was based upon Jonathan Hill’s book Unlocking the Sign Miracles of John. I’ll tell more about this on Monday, but to continue:


In Appendix I (pages 202-203) on the meaning of number 37 and its palindromic partner 73, Jonathan says both form the numerical value for the fundamental Hebrew word ‘wisdom’. He tells how this pair play a role in a multiplication, the result being the precise number of the Hebrew for the creation verse of Genesis 1:1. He goes on to relate this to 666 and a diagrammatic representation, which he interprets as meaning:

‘This transformation represents the dispensational truth that at the second coming of Christ, the dominant spiritual hierarchy of the world changes from 666, the number of the ‘beast’, to 12 – the governmental number of Israel. All this information including this powerful intervention of God is elegantly and visually encoded in the first verse of the Bible.’

This claim continues by divulging this astounding mystery:

REVELATION 1:8, 11 – 21:6 – 22:13

“I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End,” says the Lord, who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.” (NKJV,


If you’ve yet to read my overview of Jonathan’s book Unlocking the Sign Miracles of John go to Astonishing Mathematics Within Genesis 1.1 & John 1.1, and continue for more details at Amazing Geometrical Symmetry of Genesis 1:1 & John 1:1.

4 thoughts on “Jesus Christ’s identity hidden in the Bible’s first sentence

  1. Richard: I think it is absolutely amazing how much Gospel truth is packed into one word or one symbol “AlephTav” (Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end). So many things come to mind: unless a seed dies, it will bear no fruit; broken bread and poured out wine; Jacob had to be crippled by the angel so that he could be a man of faith and given a new name–Israel; take up your cross and die daily.

    In AlephTav, you can see the incredible sovereignty of God. Scripture tells us that Jesus was known before the foundation of the world (I Peter 1:20). In AlephTav, in the first sentence of the Bible, you have the crucifixion of Jesus for the sins of the world. This is BEFORE the Sin of Adam. In my mind, it would have made more sense if the Bible mentioned the future crucifixion of Jesus AFTER the Sin of Adam (Genesis Chapter 3). But, as we know, God is sovereign and All Knowing. The Lord knows the history of this planet from beginning to end before the beginning begins. He is not shackled by time because He is timeless.

    The depth of AlephTav is truly mind boggling.

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