“It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter.”
Proverbs 25:2 (KJV)
The Bible contains enigmatic, encoded messages. These messages do not contradict the plain text of the Bible; rather, they confirm that YHWH declared “the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, ‘My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure…’”
For many centuries scholars have known about Bible Codes using the phenomenon of equidistant letter sequences (ELS). Only the orthodox Hebrew text of the Old Testament contains complex, detailed, and meaningful message patterns. Aided by modern computing, the ELS phenomenon has withstood the rigors of peer-review for publication in scholarly works. Code searchers can now use publicly available computer programs (Keys to the Bible, Codefinder Millennium) to verify code for themselves.
Bible Codes offer no new doctrine. They are not divination, occult numerology, or fortune telling. Although names, dates, and places can be found in Bible Codes, searchers cannot precisely determine the meaning of particular combinations of encoded words until after an event happens. Grant Jeffrey noted that “limited information from the encoded words can only be accurately interpreted after the fulfillment of an historical event…The Bible repeatedly forbids fortune telling.”
For more information, read Grant Jeffrey’s books: The Handwriting of God (1997) and The Signature of God (revised 2010), and articles by Dr. Chuck Missler of Koinonia House (https://www.khouse.org/articles_cat/2017/technical/biblecodes/ ).