Micah 7 Bible code: “The Bible is a bright light.”

Today I want to share another ELS Bible code that I discovered fairly recently that I think is worthy of being made known. For the sake of both clarity as well as SEO, I will throughout this very brief analysis refer to the code that I am about to reveal as “the Micah 7 Bible code,” in honor of the book and chapter in which it is found.

The Micah 7 Bible code revealed

The Micah 7 Bible code is a Type 2 ELS code found in Micah 7:4-15 at an equidistant letter skip sequence of every 50 letters. The entire encoded string is eleven letters in length, which is remarkable for any authentic ELS code.1 When two spaces are inserted into this encoded string in the correct places, a coherent declarative sentence is revealed–which appears to be directly applicable to the containing biblical passage. Behold:

The Hebrew statement התנך אור בהיר (ha-tanakh orr b’hir (meaning: “The Bible is a bright light“)) is encrypted at an ELS of every 50 letters in Micah 7:4-15.
The encoded statement of the Micah 7 Bible code translates to English as: “The Bible is a bright light.”

Topical relation explained

As can be seen, the Hebrew statement ha-tanakh orr b’hir (English: “the Bible is a bright light”) is encrypted in Micah 7:4-15 at an ELS of every 50 letters, beginning at the letter hey in the word באה in verse 4. Given the length of the encoded string in this example, it should not be surprising to learn that this is the only passage in the entire Hebrew Tanakh where this eleven-letter string is encrypted at a short-distance ELS.2 This exclusivity combined with the obvious one-on-one correspondence we see manifesting between the encoded string and the plain text of the containing passage affirms that this is not a coincidental encryption. It is very obvious that the encoded statement is intended to correspond with the statements: “the LORD shall be a light unto me”, and “he will bring me forth to the light” in the plain text of the passage. In light of these parallels (no pun intended), it is my firm belief that the encoded statement was deliberately encrypted in this passage by none other than the Lamb himself.

Final thoughts on the Micah 7 Bible code

The assertion that the Bible is a bright light is a powerful statement that is supported by the Bible itself. Psalm 119:105 says: “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.” One will also recall that I demonstrated in a previous post that the golden candlestick described in the book of Exodus (Exod. 25:31-40; cf. Zech. 4:1-3) is a divinely designed symbol of the completed Holy Bible, which reflects both the number of books as well as the organizational structure of the completed biblical canon in its ornaments and design.3 It is also worth noting that the Hebrew construct דבר־יהיה (“the word of the LORD“) is alphanumerically equivalent with God’s first words in Genesis 1: יהי אור (“Let there be light“),4 by which I would argue it is implied that the word of the LORD is light. All of these biblical facts harmonize beautifully with the assertion of the Micah 7 Bible code that the Bible is a bright light. The Bible is indeed the bright light that never goes out (Lev. 24:2); it lights our path (Ps. 119:105), exposes our sin (Rom. 3:20), and reveals to us the way of salvation (John 5:39; cf. 14:6).

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  1. 11 letters is extremely long for an ELS code of one continuous string. It is rare to find authentic ELS codes over 8 letters long encrypted anywhere in the Tanakh.
  2. I define a short-distance ELS as a letter-skip of 150 or less.
  3. This claim is further supported by the fact that the golden candlestick in the Zechariah 4 vision symbolized “the word of the LORD” (Zech. 4:6).
  4. Both of these phrases add up to 232 when all of their containing Hebrew letters are summed. See my previous post on Hebrew gematria for why this is significant.

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