Isaiah 46:9-11 —
9 Remember the former things of old:
for I am God, and there is no other.
I am God, and there is none like me.
10 I declare the end from the beginning,
and from ancient times things that are not yet done.
I say: My counsel will stand,
and I will do all that I please.
11 I call a ravenous bird from the east,
the man of my counsel from a far country.
Yes, I have spoken.
I will also bring it to pass.
I have planned.
I will also do it.
The bible code is something that people have been aware of for quite some time now. The unsolved mystery is why past events are easily found and future events are hard puzzles to decipher. In the more ancient form of Hebrew there are perfect (complete) and imperfect (incomplete) actions. The perfect/complete actions are considered done and the imperfect/incomplete not yet done.
What is marvelous about it is that YHWH’s hand is behind shaping the events of the past and what is known as the probable future. The future is probable to us but isn’t so probable to YHWH, because he is the one who dictates the future. The nations have no spiritual connection to YHWH at this time, so his role in guiding events is unseen except to those he has chosen to reveal such things.
Amos 3:7-8 —
7 Surely the Lord YHWH will do nothing, unless he reveals his secret to his servants the prophets. 8 The lion has roared. Who will not fear? The Lord YHWH has spoken.
Who can but prophesy?
It is all going to play out to vindicate YHWH’s supremacy. From the Torah being mathematically encoded with divine precision of future events to resurrecting the least likely people on earth to be the head and leading nation. YHWH will prove, concretely, that he is the mighty one and ancient of days. The Bible Code is but one part of a grand picture.