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Have you ever given thought to the apparently unending lists of names and numbers that comprise Jesus’ genealogy in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke? Were we to tell you that these seemingly inconsequential details reveal incredible forecasts, patterns, and paths that point to God’s precise plan of redemption, would you trust us? Have you ever considered the Old Testament prophecies that are fulfilled in Jesus’ ancestry, as well as the astounding numerical patterns and structural arrangements that can be discovered in this genealogy? Join us as we delve into the deep depths of these genealogies in search of insights into the awesomeness of God’s redemptive scheme. The depth of Jesus’ Messiahship is only enhanced by the richness of His family tree.

Jesus’ Genealogy: A Window into the Symbolism of the Bible and the Fulfillment of Messianic Prophecies

Have you ever given any thought to the length and specificity of the lists of Jesus’ ancestors in the gospels of Matthew and Luke? What if we told you that God has organized even the most seemingly random occurrences in your life to reveal remarkable forecasts, patterns, and paths that point to God’s plan of redemption? What about the amazing structural arrangements and numerical patterns in Jesus’ family tree, or the Old Testament prophecies that are fulfilled in it? Join me as I dig deeper into the genealogy of Jesus in the hopes of unearthing jewels that shed light on the beauty of God’s redemptive plan. The richness of Jesus’ family tree will astound you and further solidify His status as the promised Messiah.

Looking into the Past to See God in the Present

Thinking back on the past (or “His-Story”) is a great method to investigate the role of our Creator, YHWH. God often acts in ways that confound and even contradict human expectations, and history is full with examples of this. We may learn a lot by looking at some fascinating instances in which God’s divine providence was at work, even if it wasn’t fully appreciated at the time.

Spiritual agility against human frailty

It’s hard for human nature to keep up with the rapidity of the Spirit, which is described as “in a twinkling of an eye” (1 Corinthians 15:52). Our sinful nature makes it difficult for us to see God in the present moment. However, it is not unusual to see God at work after the fact. It is easier to see God’s providence at action if we look back on the past and draw connections to see how God has ordered events for His purposes.

Weirdly Orchestrated Efforts from God

Since God doesn’t always do what we believe He should, it might be difficult to discern His hand at work in our lives. The fact is that God frequently defies our assumptions and eludes our understanding. God often uses unlikely people and events to accomplish His purposes.

For instance, a woman was the first witness to the greatest display of YHWH’s might on earth: the resurrection of Yeshua. In a society where women are consistently given less weight than males, the court would not have accepted her testimony. However, God went against social norms by choosing to demonstrate His resurrection power via a female.

In a same fashion, God dispatched a young shepherd with a slingshot to confront Goliath, the giant who exercised a territorial hold of fear over Israel. That God often employs the weak to embarrass the strong and the unusual to bring about the expected was demonstrated by this seemingly random choice.

God also used an orphaned girl to foil Haman’s attempt to wipe out the Israelites. Once again, God’s decision went against what people normally would pick. God’s ways are not always what we would anticipate them to be, and these examples show that.

The Benefits of Fact-Based Investigation

It is the glory of God to conceal a thing, but the honor of kings is to find for a matter (Proverbs 25:2), and this is especially true given the obscurity of God’s methods. “As truth-seekers, it is our privilege and duty to investigate the mysterious ways in which God affects each of our lives.” The practice of looking for God’s handprints in unexpected places might help one develop a heart of thankfulness for His divine providence.

Beyond a Simple Family Tree The Genealogy of Jesus

The genealogies of Jesus found in Matthew 1 and Luke 3 may appear trivial at first, but they really shed light on God’s redemptive plan. Matthew’s genealogy traces Jesus’ ancestry His lineage from Abraham to David in order to establish Jesus as the Messiah, the predicted descendant of David who would rule eternally (2 Samuel 7:12-13; Matthew 1:1). Luke’s genealogy, on the other hand, begins with Adam, highlighting Jesus’ universal significance as the Christ who saves all people everywhere (Luke 3:23-38).

Number The Symbolic Importance of the Numbers 13 and 14

The identification of Yeshua as the Messiah prophesied in the Hebrew Scriptures of the Old Testament is the greatest enigma that every human being has a duty to pursue. The genealogy of Jesus as described in Matthew and Luke is one of the greatest proofs for Yeshua’s Messiahship.

But why am I bringing this up?

The old saying, “What is left unsaid may be just as essential as what is expressed,” is exemplified perfectly in Matthew 1. The stories of Jesus’ ancestry are not like your typical sermon since they don’t emphasize what God can do for you but rather who God is. Nothing is more important than having a firm grasp on who God is right now. Christianity places a premium on fellowship rather than commerce. However, the genealogies are extremely significant because they disclose three important truths.

First, the children of King David argument for Jesus’ Messiahship, promised in Isaiah 9, is stated in Matthew 1. This is the beginning point for the most important legal case in human history. All of our hard work will be for waste if our opening statement is bungled.

Second, the 13th and 14th “generations” in Matthew 1 share a very symbolic combination of names and numbers. New Testament (system), the Supernatural, and the New Birth are represented by the 14th generation, which began with Jesus’ resurrection from the dead, whereas the 13th generation symbolizes the Old Testament (system), the body, and the old nature (1 Corinthians 15).

The Illuminati, with their demonic system and the pyramid with the crowning sign of Baalist worship portrayed on the 14th level, uses these numerical symbolisms as well.

Matthew 1 demonstrates, finally, that YHWH uses imperfect people despite their defects. From murderers and prostitutes to idolaters and adulterers, Jesus Christ’s family tree has it all. Not that there weren’t any nice people, but Matthew chose to highlight those who had messed up badly yet were able to find redemption by turning to God in humility.

An Uncovering of “The Son of David’s” Secret Meaning

The first proclamation in the New Testament is founded on the Old Testament prophesies that name Yeshua as the Messiah. The fact that He is both the Son of David and the Son of Abraham demonstrates His intimate connection to the Israelite past. The significance of these degrees cannot be overstated.

God’s plan to provide prosperity to the world’s poorest people began with Abraham, the patriarch of the nation (Ephesians 2 and Galatians 2). In addition, “Son of David” is a single word used only in Isaiah 9, therefore the reference to David goes beyond that chapter. That leaves us to wonder what deeper connotations Matthew was going for.

Finally, we’ll examine Isaiah 9 and a startling revelation that illuminates the significance of the “Son of David” title. Because  

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