Bible Number Symbolism Did you know that "wood” is a symbol for "man" in the Bible? And do you remember the occupation of Jesus? That’s right! The intimate shaping of wood, eventually desired by kings, goes far beyond that splinter!
Inside that wood, or man, is even more symbolism. It starts with the actual numbers. Throughout this lesson, we’ll be performing basic mathematical operations to solve subliminal problems. So grab a calculator, and start here with the biblical meaning of numbers:
The calculation above: Man (6) will always be (=) incomplete without God (1)
This means as long as man stays with God, there will be nothing lacking! Another? Okay. Jesus Christ was born in the seventy-seventh generation (77). So the two (2) 7's in 77 translates into a "perfect confirmation." And also, since 70 + 7 = 77, the translation suggests that we can learn a "moment before the blessing (70) of perfection (7) is (=) the birth of Jesus Christ Himself (77). Now I'll leave it up to you to "do the math!"
Consider These Also:
The 10 Commandments, 12 Tribes of Israel - 12 Disciples - 12 Apostles, The Flood Days, Jonah's time inside the great fish, The time frame for Fasting, The rebuilding length of the temple, The total amount of beatitudes, The number of stones David used against Goliath, and plenty more...
"Be fruitful... and (x) multiply!"
Bible Name Symbolism
Ready to add some letters? Ready to solve for X? Ready to solve for Y (why?)
In this session, however, these letters stick together eventually pronouncing the names to some of the most popular biblical characters. Names can be quantified by it’s origin, in this case Hebrew. And it is then that we can uncover the encryption of some very interesting ironies.
Did you know the name Jonah, in Hebrew, means "A Dove?" And as he was once underneath the water during God’s wish to save (Nineveth), do you notice the flipside of Noah finding "a Dove" above the water during God’s wish to flood? Add to that, Israelite leader Moses’ name means "drawn from the water." There are many more stories "180 degrees" to a whole testament apart!See for yourself.
Begin with this list:
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It can be discovered that Saul in Hebrew means "Asked For” He was the first ‘King’ of Israel. And yes, the Israelites directly "asked for" this type of establishment (inspired by another army's structure) against Samuel's persuasion. Now some of you might remember poet, Perception Bearer, pronouncing all chains of command as "political leaven," citing Exodus 20:19-22. Certainly, it makes you wonder how much philosophy we may have inherited inadvertently, huh?
Now get this: one of Saul’s daughters, and David’s future wife, was named Michal. And this woman "who really loved David (I Samuel 18:20)” has a name which translates into "Who is like God?”
But King David’s throne was not passed through Michal, it was passed through Solomon… who was Bathsheba’s son (Bathsheba’s means "daughter of The Promise”) the promise being Jesus’ bloodline, and eternal King.
What you are witnessing is an additional, subliminal dynasty.The metaphorical rhythm in the Bible is directly proportional to the separation of a root from the Earth (Adam means "Earth" in Hebrew). And there are plenty more!
For Bible Teachers! Here is your lesson plan according to the storyline of the parable.
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Biblical Algebra starts with an original parable of The Unsuspecting Suspect. Begin by reading and being the character! For symbolism and hidden clues, we’ll be revisiting this story throughout this course, in the same storyline order.