The Hidden Scarlet Thread: Christ is Woven Through Every Bible Book

 

 Article by David M. Augenstein, MSc, PE (ret) unless otherwise noted. Liked
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There is a scarlet thread that is woven into a tapestry throughout every book of the Bible. This scarlet thread is prophecy referring to Jesus Christ. There is a free eBook by the noted Dr. W.A. Criswell on this very subject and I will give you the link at the bottom. We have an Oral Roberts 1950s tent revival message that is electrifying. These “scarlet threads” are a foreshadow, type or metaphor– a representation, or is a direct reference; some call it a trail of blood. From Genesis to Revelation, the great subject of the Word is Jesus Christ–either as the coming Messiah, the present Jesus or as the resurrected and returning Messiah.

God, in all His wisdom, gave His Word with supernatural features, such as the scarlet thread. It is a secret key buried in the Word about Jesus Christ, who unlocks the spiritual doors so our eyes can finally see.

the hand of a newborn who would be in the Christ bloodline. Further, scarlet threads and other colors were used in the OT to clothe priests and royalty. This is why bible ribbons and cords with tassels are commonly red or scarlet.

I was able to find a youtube with the exciting original sermon given at a tent revival in the 1950s by evangelist Oral Roberts. (He traveled around the country and hosted large tent meetings and gathered churches to support the events. He was known for his electrifying healing ministry, and many were healed and lives were changed. These events attracted around 10,000 at one time. ( I remember these when I was a kid since he was on television, back when TVs were only two colors, black and white; and it took time for the TV set to warm up.) 

I have cued up to the part of this sermon (10-min.) on what he calls Who Is That Fourth Man?; the fourth man in the burning fiery furnace with the three others in the book of Daniel. He calls the fourth man Jesus Christ. However, this fourth man was an angel sent, but the angel (in the form of a man) represents Christ as our savior, like the other examples given. (Jesus Christ never actually appeared until he was born.) For this reason, I changed the title to Who Is This Jesus Christ? Two other doctrinal errors emerge toward the end: he refers to Jesus Christ as God Himself and mentions everlasting fire in hell for all who do not believe (big errors). All the main script is also given below. This was copied from Acts2One.com ENJOY!

 

 

 

I encourage you to check out the free eBook. Download or view The Scarlet Thread and learn more about the thread that runs throughout the entirety of the Scriptures.

 

 

 

Who is this Jesus Christ?

The Free eBook!

In Genesis, He is the promised seed of the women. Genesis 3.15 The sufferings and glory of Joseph in 37:8

In Exodus, He is the Passover Lamb, Exodus 12; the True Priest and the Tabernacle. The sufferings and glory of Moses.

In Leviticus, He is the High Priest Leviticus 21.10-15; and the offerings.

In Numbers, He is the Star to Rise out of Jacob. Numbers 24.17-19

In Deuteronomy, He is the two laws, love God and love your neighbor; Deuteronomy 18.15, 18, the True Prophet and the rock and refuge of his people. Deuteronomy 32:4, 33:27

In Joshua, He is the Captain of the Lord of Hosts, Joshua 5.13-15 and Rahab’s scarlet cord Joshua 2:12-20 – the protection in the time of trouble.

In Judges, He is the Covenant Angel named Wonderful, or the Covenant Protector. Judges 13.1-24

In Ruth, He is the kinsman redeemer, the true Boaz.

In Samuel, He is the root and offspring of David (Revelation 22.16) and the sufferings and Glory of David.

In Kings, He is the greater than the temple (Matt 12.6). and the greater than Solomon.

In Chronicles, He is the king’s son rescued out from among the dead. 2 Chronicles 22.10-23.3,

In Ezra-Nehemiah, He is the rebuilder.

In Esther, He is the savior of God’s people.

In Job, He is the daysman, the redeemer coming again to the earth that we shall see without this flesh. Job 9.33

In Psalms, He is the song.

Who is this Jesus Christ?

In Proverbs, He is the wisdom of God.

In Ecclesiastes, He is the one among a thousand. Ecclesiastes 7.28

In Song of Solomon, He is the bridegroom of the bride.

In Isaiah, He is Jacob’s branch. Isaiah 11:1

In Jeremiah, He is our righteousness; the righteous branch. Jeremiah 23.6

In Lamentations, He is the unbeliever’s judgment.

In Ezekiel, He is the true shepherd and The Prince. Ezekiel 34.23

In Daniel, He is the stone that became the head of the corner. Daniel 2.34

In Hosea, He is the latter rain, Hosea 6.3, and the son to be called out of Egypt. Hosea 11.1

In Joel, He is God’s dwelling place in Zion. Joel 3.17-21

In Amos, He is the raiser of David’s tabernacle. Amos 9.11

In Obadiah, He is the deliverer on Mount Zion. Obadiah 17

In Jonah, He is our salvation. Jonah 2.9

In Micah, He is the Lord of Kings. Micah 2.13

In Nahum, He is the stronghold in the time of trouble. Nahum 1.7

In Habakkuk, He is our joy and confidence. Habakkuk 3.18, 19

 

In Zephaniah 3.17, He is our mighty Lord. Zephaniah 3.17

In Haggai, He is the desire of the nations. Haggai 2.7

In Zechariah, He is our servant – the branch. The returning Lord with his feet on the mount of Olives. Zechariah 3.8

In Malachi, He is the sun of righteousness. And the messenger of the covenant. Malachi 4.2

Who is this Jesus Christ?

In Matthew, He is Jehovah’s Messiah; the King.

In Mark, He is Jehovah’s Servant.

In Luke, He is Jehovah’s Man.

In John, He is Jehovah’s Son.

In Acts, He is the Gift of Holy Spirit.

In Romans, He is the believer’s justification and life

In Corinthians, He is the believer’s sanctification.

In Galatians, He is the believer’s righteousness.

In Ephesians, He is the believer’s heavenly standing.

In Philippians, He is the believer’s self-adequacy.

In Colossians, He is the believer’s completeness.

In Thessalonians, He is the believer’s soon glorification.

In Timothy, He is the faithful man. 2 Timothy 2.2

In Titus, He is the fellow laborer.

In Philemon, He is the love of a believer.

In Hebrews, He is the High Priest for Sin.

In James, He is the Royal Law. James 2.8

In Peter, He is the Pastor.

In 1st, 2nd, & 3rd John, He is as we are. 1 John 4.17

In Jude, He is the Beloved.

In Revelation, He is the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords. Revelation 19.16

Who is this Jesus Christ?

He is the doom of the Adversary, foretold in Genesis 3.15, and accomplished in Rev 20.10.

He is the no night of Revelation 22.5, of which Genesis 1.2 is the night.

He is the light of Revelation 21.13, of which Genesis 1.16, 17 is the sun and moon.

He is the no more death, neither sorrow nor crying of Revelation 21.4, of which Genesis 3.16, 17 is sorrow, suffering, and death.

He is the no more curse of Revelation 22.3, of which Genesis 3.17 is the curse.

He is the welcome home to Paradise of Revelation 22.2, of which Genesis 3.22-24 is the banishment of paradise.

He is the light to shine out of darkness (Genesis 1 and II Corinthians 4:6)

He is the new creation of II Corinthians 5:17

He is the last Adam in I Corinthians 15:45, and the second Adam of Romans 5:14

He is the seed of Abraham. Galatians 3:16

Who is this Jesus Christ?

He is Abraham’s sacrifice. Hebrews 11:

He is Abel’s sacrifice. Genesis 4.4.

He is Abraham’s ram. Genesis 22.13.

He is Isaac’s well. Genesis 26.25.

He is Jacob’s ladder, Genesis 28.12.

He is Judah’s scepter, Genesis 49.10.

He is Moses’ rod, Exodus 4.20.

He is Joshua’s ram’s horn, Joshua 6.4-13.

He is Samuel’s horn of oil, 1 Samuel 16.13.

He is David’s slingshot, 1 Samuel 17.40, 50.

He is Hezekiah’s sundial, Isaiah 38.8.

He is Elijah’s mantle, 1 Kings 19.13-19, 2 Kings 2.8-14.

He is Elisha’s staff, 2 Kings 4.29.

He’s Jobs prayer, Job 16.17.

He is Isaiah’s fig tree, Isaiah 34.4.

He is Ezekiel’s wheel.

He is Daniel’s Jerusalem window, Daniel 6.10.

He is Malachi’s storehouse, Malachi 3.10

Jesus Christ is the believer’s redemption, knowledge, wisdom, completely, completely, complete completeness, his righteousness, his sanctification, his justification, his all in all in all.

Jesus Christ is the rose of Sharon, and the lily of the valleys. Song of Solomon 2:1

He is The Bright and Morning Star, Revelation 22.16.

Jesus Christ is your welcome home to paradise, the bright and morning star, God’s only begotten Son, and my Lord and my Savior and soon to be returning one as, King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

Who is this Jesus Christ?

Jesus Christ is the scarlet thread that binds together the Word of God from Genesis through Revelation.

 

 

 

I encourage you to check out the free eBook. Download or view The Scarlet Thread and learn more about the thread that runs throughout the entirety of the Scriptures.

 

 

 

 

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