The Presidents Code – Speaker of the House John Bell

The Presidents Code – Speaker of the House John Bell

Speaker of the House John Bell Democrat/Whig 6/2/1834-3/4/1835
Speaker of the House John Bell
Democrat/Whig 6/2/1834-3/4/1835

The election of 1832 saw the Democrats retain control of the House of Representatives but lose the Senate to those who opposed Andrew Jackson. John Bell was elected as Speaker of the House during this period and was a supporter of Andrew Jackson but later became an opponent. As a result, he joined the Whig party earning him the name ‘The Great Apostate.’ In the election of 1836, Bell supported fellow Tennesseean Hugh Lawson White for President who was also a Jackson supporter turned enemy. Here in Bell’s life is displayed the war between the seeds. His name meaning further connects to this narrative in that it displays God’s promise of victory over the serpent, ‘the Great Apostate,’ through the Seed of the woman.

 

John means the grace or camp of Yah.

 

Bell is an alternate spelling of ‘belle’ which means beautiful. Bell is also a diminutive of the name Isabel which comes from the Hebrew name אֱלִישֶׁבַע ‘Elisheva’ which means God’s oath or promise. God’s oath is referring to the Promise of the victory of the Seed of the woman, the path back to Paradise.

 

Hebrews 6:17 In which way, desiring to more fully declare to the heirs of the promise the unchangeableness of His counsel, God interposed by an oath,

Hebrews 6:18 that through two unchangeable things, in which it was not possible for God to lie, we might have a strong consolation, those having fled to lay hold on the hope set before us,

Hebrews 6:19 which we have as an anchor of the soul, both certain and sure, and entering into the inner side of the veil, Lev. 16:12

Hebrews 6:20 where Jesus entered as forerunner for us, having become a High Priest forever, according to the order of Melchizedek.

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