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The genealogy in Genesis and the salvation

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The Creator leaves us an encrypted message in His Word, in Genesis, whose name means in Hebrew “In the beginning”.

Each Hebrew name has a meaning. God’s plan is masterfully revealed in the names of the first ten generations, from Adam (meaning “man”) to Noah (meaning “comfort”).

These are the names of the first ten generations, from Adam to Noah, not including Cain nor Abel.

Generation Name Hebrew Meaning
Adam אדם Man
Seth שת Appointed, Set
Enosh אנוש Incurable, Illness
Cainan קינן Obtain, Get, Acquire
Mahalalel מהללאל Praised God
Jared ירד Will descend, Descend
Enoch חנוך Teach, Consecrate
Methuselah מתושלח His death will bring, To die and send
Lamech למך Wound, Hit
10° Noah נח Comfort, Rest

The message that can be read in the names, chronologically, without including Cain nor Abel, is this: “the man has been appointed to sickness and incurable sadness, but the praised God will descend to teach that His death will bring comfort to the wounded.”

These are the names of the first ten generations, from Adam to Noah, including Cain and Abel.

Generation Name Hebrew Meaning
Adam אדם Man
Cain קין Obtain, Get
Abel הבל Futility
Seth שת Appointed, Set
Enosh אנוש Incurable, Illness
Cainan קינן Obtain, Get, Acquire
Mahalalel מהללאל Praise God
Jared ירד Will descend, Descend
Enoch חנוך Teach, Consecrate
Methuselah מתושלח His death will bring, To die and send
Lamech למך Wound, Hit
10° Noah נח Comfort, Rest

The message that can be read in the names, chronologically, including Cain and Abel, is this: “Man (Adam) has obtained futility, acquired vanity, purchased waste (Cain and Abel) and has been set in sickness, in appointed illness, made mortal (Seth and Enosh), but the Praised God (Mahalalel) will descend (Jared) to rededicate, to train men and to teach (Enoch) that through His death, He will send (Methuselah) to the struck and wounded (Lamech) comfort and rest (Noah)”.

The Messiah’s death for mankind was announced from the beginning.

To understand the depth of this revelation reflected in God’s Holy Feasts, we recommend you to read: The Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

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