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Who is the audience for Equidistant Letter Sequences (ELS)?

Why did God go to all the trouble to insert ELS into the original Hebrew text of the Old Testament if no one could research it with assurance until the current computer age?

Grant Jeffrey suggests in The Signature of God that the people of this generation are the audience for the ELS phenomenon. We are the generation which has rejected the authority of God and His word in our lives. We have taken God and His Word out of our schools, our criminal justice system, and our public lives. And, many of us have taken God out of our personal behavior.

At the same time, we are the generation with the technology to decode ELS and the ability to publish this information far and wide. At the last printing of Signature of God, there were 110,000 in print. That is a lot of copies for a Christian book; the number will grow.

As the computer generation -- those of us who live along the information superhighway, we have the ability to decode ELS, understand the significance of this research, and publish this exciting information far and wide.

You are reading this information at a Web site on the World Wide Web of the Internet. Hundreds of thousands of computers have accessed my Web pages such as this, in up to 50 countries. I believe God has revealed the miracle of ELS to our generation because we are in a position to both understand the concept and spread the truth.

Michael Drosnin, in his book The Bible Code, adds another slant to the purpose for modern ELS revelations. He suggests that the Bible code is actually a book within a book. First, there is the surface text of the Bible some of us know so well. But in addition, there is a hidden book, in the form of the ELS codes. This hidden book had a time lock in the form of computer technology. Not until the computer age could this book be opened. As such, this may be the "sealed book" of Daniel and Revelation. [See Chapter 4, Page 86.]

The American Heritage Dictionary defines apologetics as "The branch of theology that is concerned with defending or proving the truth of Christian doctrines". Up until ELS, it has been uphill sledding for Christian apologists. Here are a few paraphrases of responses I have received to the other Christian publishing I have done on the Web:

In spite of the ELS miracle, skeptics will continue to disbelieve the Bible and sling intellectual mud at those who do. However, they can no longer hide behind the shield of science to do so.

What should I do?
Perhaps you have been believing and even teaching falsehoods all your life. Now you know the truth. What now? Gentile or Jew -- North/South American or European -- African or Oriental, the answer is the same. As the Apostle Paul said to the Philippian jailer: "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved, and thy house."

Follow these three steps:

  1. Understand God's plan for your salvation.

  2. Accept Jesus Christ as your personal Lamb of God, as your sin sacrifice.

  3. Begin a spiritual growth and development process that will take you from being a baby Christian to a mature Christian. I have a book on the Web titled First Steps for Baby Christians. It's specifically designed to do just that.

In The Bible Code , Michael Drosnin finds that the years 2000 through 2006 may be times of great disaster and destruction for the world. He also finds, on page 180 "In the end of days, code will save".

The author of The Bible Code doesn't suggest how "the code will save". However, the New Testament is filled with prophecies of the Rapture, when Jesus Christ will come back to earth to take all those who have accepted Him as their personal Lamb of God to be with Him in Heaven forever. The details of what the Bible teaches about the Rapture are found in a novel titled Gone. The full text is on line.

And, you can read what the Bible says about the Rapture by clicking this link. Gone is available as a single pdf file.

Perhaps we will learn even more about the rapture when we have learned how to decode ELS references to it in the Old Testament.

ELS Resources on the Internet

Proof Home Page
Grant Jeffrey's Books and Tapes
Proof Prologue
"Signature of God" Table of Contents and Annotated Index
"The Bible Code" Annotated Index
DiskBooks Home Page
Links to Other Resources

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