Psalm 110 - Is there a code hidden for us to find?

Just a quick post for you today.

Darren Jack ( has another interesting couple of videos out, pointing to the significance of 110: the ages of both Joseph and Joshua in scripture. They are both "types" of Jesus. I was listening to one of these videos on my drive home from dropping the kids at school today.

You may know that I've been studying a code in the psalms. I have a video about what I see in Psalm 133 and Psalm 137 on YouTube. I've been asked about why I started looking at this code. I'll try to explain briefly.

In the late summer/early fall of 2018 I was looking for incidences of the number 17, and ran a list of verses that contained the number seven, and verses that contained the number ten. Then, I combined those lists, looking for verses that were close to each other (same verse, one or two verses apart). Noticing that there were ages of a few people who were 127 and 137 when they died, I wrote these numbers as 1-2-7 and 1-3-7. I have no idea why I did this, so please don't ask for an explanation. I found what I had been searching for (unrelated to these numbers), and quickly forgot about writing the numbers that way.

A month or two later, I came across these numbers again in the genealogy of Aaron and Moses, listed in Exodus 6. It's a list of names that doesn't make a lot of sense, as there are some members of the family who are not from Levi, and that kind of discrepancy always gets my attention. Levi lived to be 137 and Kohath lived to be 133. I pondered these ages and wondered what the significance was. After prayer, I laid in bed still pondering the matter. As I finally let go and began to drift off, the idea "came" to me to look at the corresponding Psalms, and count out the letters, but omitting the "decade" that is in the middle. In other words, 133 becomes a 1-3-3, but I omit the center 3 and just count every 13th letter. Psalm 137 would have every 17th letter counted.

Why? I don't know. But it worked. The message was "Do Not Be Afraid." I even tried counting every 10th letter of the same Psalm and came up with gobbledygook. It worked for the other Psalms I tried it with, except Psalm 126, which frustrated me. So I searched for other copies in Hebrew. Believe it, or not, the copy I pulled from Wikipedia was slightly different, but the code worked on that version.

So, getting back to Psalm 110, I believe the message resulting from every tenth letter reads:

נ נעך מידך ויתך אנר אכו ביל לל

In English: "I will move away from you and let you go." I added a space between the first and second "noon" because there's a pause there in the verse. Typically, I haven't been doing this. If I were to remove that space, it reads "We'll shake your hand and let you go." It's a slight difference, but the jist is the same, I think.

The code is particularly appropriate given Darren's insights regarding the timing of the Tribulation, the time of Jacob's Trouble and great distress in the world. If you're a believer in the Rapture, and the resulting chaos on the Earth, then you're probably seeing this the same way I am. This psalm points to a time when world is about to get nuts. It could be soon, given we're in Israel's 70th year.

The content of Psalm 110 begins with God speaking to someone at his right hand (we all know who that is).

1 The Lord says to my Lord:
    “Sit at my right hand,
until I make your enemies your footstool.”

The Lord sends forth from Zion
    your mighty scepter.
    Rule in the midst of your enemies!
Your people will offer themselves freely
    on the day of your power,
    in holy garments;
from the womb of the morning,
    the dew of your youth will be yours.
The Lord has sworn
    and will not change his mind,
“You are a priest forever
    after the order of Melchizedek.”
The Lord is at your right hand;
    he will shatter kings on the day of his wrath.
He will execute judgment among the nations,
    filling them with corpses;
he will shatter chiefs
    over the wide earth.
He will drink from the brook by the way;
    therefore he will lift up his head.

Remarkable stuff. Eyes up!