Pastor Finds Hidden Message in Genesis

Parents face a lot of pressure when coming up with a name for their baby. After all, the child will have this name for their entire life. When coming up with a name many factors often come into play, like whether or not the name runs in the family. The meaning behind the name can also be very important for some parents.

If you have ever read the Bible, you probably realize the importance of the meanings of names found in Scripture. For example, Abraham and Sarah named their son Isaac, which means “he laughs.” According to Genesis 17:17, Abraham responded to God by laughing when God told him he would have a son. He laughed because he didn’t really think it was possible considering their old age.

Many times in the Bible, God changes someone’s name to reflect a person’s new nature or to help give them a new identity. For example, Jacob became Israel after he had wrestled with God. (Genesis 32:28). As you can see, names are very important to God. They are so important that God sometimes gives people a new name to help them carry out their destiny.

Oftentimes when we see a long list of names in the Bible, we tend to skip over it. But Pastor Chuck Missler, founder of the Koinonia House ministry in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho recently decoded a hidden message in the book of Genesis having to do with a genealogical record and name meanings. Pastor Missler’s message proves that Jesus is God and that through Jesus, God came to earth in human form so that our sins could be forgiven. Since Jesus died on the cross and forgave our sins, we have direct access to our Heavenly Father.

Watch in this mind-blowing video clip as Pastor Missler describes the genealogy from Adam to Noah and how it proves that God laid out His amazing plan of redemption long before the birth of our Savior. This amazing revelation will make you realize just how awesome God is and how important names are to Him.


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