Friday, April 30, 2010

The Bible's chapter numbers are one of the best ways to confirm number symbolism

In my online Bible I have added a few short descriptions for Genesis chapters 1-10 that help show the relationship of the Bible's Redemption Pattern ten steps to the its first ten chapters, and first ten books. Follow the link and look at the descriptions at the top of each chapter to consider this number/text relationship.. 1

I've also added links to Job chapters 36-42 that show how the Lord's appearance in these chapters compare to the future Day of the Lord when Jesus returns. This is people's (Israel/Jew's) last chance to; realize Jesus is the Son of God; confess their wickedness; repent/turn from their sin; bow to Jesus; and be saved. This is an act of weakness before God - not one to be resentful of, but one that acknowledges our sinful status status before God. 35

Monday, April 26, 2010

Examine a fully notated online KJV bible with Numeric Map from any PC or mobil browser

I've made many notations to my online KJV Bible that is numerically mapped with quick access and many references. Consider using it while preparing your own Bible study as it has notes not found in any other Bible - ones that will make your studies come alive. It is a quick and easy to read online Bible even if you don't need to examine the numeric map. Every Bible chapter has a description and many verses are marked with notes that will enlighten your scripture reading.

A great Bible for your mobile browser without having to install a Bible directly on your device. Also, a mobile device eBook version is in final editing now and will be available in the next couple of weeks

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

NEW DISCOVERY TODAY - The Bible's 7,200th, 2,700th and 7,700th verses all point to witnessing and testimony...

The Bible's 7,200th, 2,700th and 7,700th verses all point to a common theme related to #77/#27/#72 - Witnessing and testimony about Jesus who testifies for himself...The Savior of the World...

What began today as a writeup about a totally different thought, led to a realization I've overlooked for years and it is so obvious a number relationship that I'm not sure how I could have missed it - when these things happen, I simply call them "God things" as I strongly suspect he's in the timing of all these discoveries.

For years I've used Ruth 4:9, the 7,200th verse of the Bible, as my key evidence for the meaning of #72 and its related numbers #27 and #77 (two sevens). I've always associated these numbers with witnessing and testimony about Jesus and his act of redeeming his people. The verse text for Ruth 4:9 is very clearly about these themes, and the intersections of #72 related numbers in the Numeric Map for this verse is perfect beyond the possibility of coincidence.  Note how Ruth 4: 9 is very specific about witnessing and purchasing of Naomi and Boaz's future bride Ruth....

"Ruth 4:9 Then Boaz said to the elders and all the people, "You are witnesses today that I have bought from the hand of Naomi all that belonged to Elimelech and all that belonged to Chilion and Mahlon". (NASB)

The intersections of the Numeric Map relating to #72 are:
  • the 7,200th Bible verse
  • the 72nd verse of the book of Ruth
  • the 236th Bible chapter (2x36=72)
  • the chapter times verse (4x9) = 36 which is 1/2 of 72 (more about #36 in the next item)
  • the number 36 found in 236th chapter and 4x9=36 relationships is related to #36 theme which is about the world, coverings, surrounded, circled, all-encompassing and other things that might be associated with 360 degrees. I suspect it relates here to - Jesus, the savior of the World.
I've always used Ruth 4:9 as my primary (but not only) evidence for #72/#27/#77 number themes.  #77 seems the core number for each of these. I think of #77 as a number related to Jesus, The Lamb of God who gave his life as ransom that we may be saved.  You can compare and contrast this to some other numbers associated with Jesus; #22 for Jesus the King and Redeemer; and #22 for Jesus the Suffering Servant. I think there are some variations in the specific themes for #27, #72 and #77, but they are primarily related to witnessing and testimony about the Lord. I will not try and sort that all out in this post because the new discovery is how verses at the Bible's 100th boundary location of these numbers all confirm the same theme.

The three verses are shown below - Note how the 7,200th, 2,700th and 7,700th Bible verses confirm this theme about witnessing and testimony of who who Jesus is - The Son of God and the savior of the world.  Number patterns revealed by the Numeric Map tell us that one hundred and one thousand verse boundaries are key verse locations having special meaning (a subject for another post), but this is evidence for that Numeric Map feature as well.

The Bible's 7,200th verse...
Ruth 4:9 Then Boaz said to the elders and all the people, "You are witnesses today that I have bought from the hand of Naomi all that belonged to Elimelech and all that belonged to Chilion and Mahlon.

The Bible's 2,700th verse....
Exo 39:35 the ark of the testimony and its poles and the mercy seat;

The Bible's 7700th verse (with 7701 included for clarification)...
1Sam 18:23 So Saul's servants spoke these words to David. But David said, "Is it trivial in your sight to become the king's son-in-law, since I am a poor man and lightly esteemed?" v24  The servants of Saul reported to him according to these words which David spoke.

Each of these key verses align on a 100th verse boundary and are all related to the #77, or two sevens. Each of them speak of witnessing (telling a report). The 2,700th verse ties them all to Jesus who will one day rule from the Mercy Seat.

I have to Praise the Lord Jesus for his amazing word! The Redemption Pattern and Numeric Map will be an invaluable tool for unlocking secrets of scripture once people begin to realize what it all means.

 Following are links to these verses in my Numerically Mapped online Bible:

Numerical Bible - Ruth chapter 4
Numerical Bible - Exodus chapter 39
Numerical Bible - 1Samuel chapter 18

Note: My references to "Bible" and Numeric Map apply to Bibles that are structured in book, chapter and verse numbering after the King James version. This includes other translations such as the NIV, NASB, LIT...etc...

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Descriptions of the 28 chapters of Matthew line up with Numeric Map #1-#28

(if you want to quickly look at the descriptions for Matthew 1-28 jump to the bottom of this post)...

I've added a full copy of a numerically mapped King James Bible to my website for those interested in investigating the Redemption Pattern and Numeric Map for themselves. It is not intended to compete with other online Bible study tools, but rather to provide number information not found in other Bibles. One of the features I use myself is the list of chapter descriptions included at the front of each book. I try to update these descriptions as I study as the original list started from a non-copyrighted one I found years ago. You can usually tell my newer descriptions as they tend to be longer than just a couple of words. Today I completed rewriting all the descriptions of the 28 chapters of Matthew and I think you might find them interesting. As I started out, I did not intend to make them fit the number themes of the Numeric Map, but I should have known they would if I did them correctly.

The list of descriptions for chapters in Matthew 1-28 might be worthy of printing off and keeping a copy in your Bible as I think it gives a good perspective of the overall message of the first book of the New Testament. Like everything in the Bible, it follows the Redemption Pattern which is about God's progressive plan of salvation. If you read through Matthew while keeping an eye on the chapter descriptions you will find a series of events and teachings that sequentially take you on the walk of the steps of being saved as well as a picture of past, present and future history. Past, in the sense that God's plan has been seen over and over again in the Old Testament in the stories of Moses, Joshua, Joseph, David and others. In the present, many of us believers are in the 9th step of the plan persevering and working to bring fruit to the kingdom while we await Jesus return. In the future, we can see in Matthew chapters 10-28 a picture of the events of the end times including Jesus return; people coming to him; rejection by the Jews; the saving of the remnant; as well as his final ascension to heaven/resurrection (chapter 28). The events of the future have been told to us in patterns of the past. Even if you don't see all these things, this list of the chapter descriptions for Matthew should help you better understand the messages of the book.

I must warn you, although I do believe these to be correct, I don't consider myself a Biblical scholar, so if you have feedback that might correct what I have written, it is more than welcome.

A couple of notes about the book of Matthew:
  • Matthew 1, the first chapter of the New Testament is the 930th chapter of the Bible. Interesting that it follows 39 books of the Old Testament (93/930 in reverse). This first chapter is written to let the Jews know first, that Jesus is the messiah they have been waiting for. Number 39 is a number for Israel and the 39 number symbolism seems to indicate that Israel never exited the wilderness wandering (#40) and is still looking for their messiah. #39 is also about #999 (3 nines) which lines up with the last days events where Jesus will restore Israel. 
  • Regarding the 930th chapter - for number junkies - Psalm 117:1-2 are verses of compelling evidence that ties the NT and OT together by associating Malachi chapter 4 with Matthew chapter 1. Psalm 117 is the exact center Bible chapter, and is the only two verse chapter of the Bible. It does not seem coincidence that these two verses that split the Bible chapters half, are also the 1929 and 1930th verses of the book of Psalms. Correspondingly, Malachi 4 is the 929th and last chapter of the OT, and Matthew 1 is the 930 and first chapter of the NT. The only two verses in the center of Bible chapters that both declare "Praise the Lord!", seem to point to the joining of the Old and New Testaments. They join the coming of Jesus to the end of the the Old Testament.
  • The list of generations in chapter one mentions three lists of 14 generations with fourteen being the key number. It is not actually a list of 42 (3x14) generations, but rather is three lists that intersect to show the genealogy of Jesus. Why fourteen? Because #14 is the number of Jesus the King and Redeemer and the number of Passover. The Bible's 14:14 verses show this with one of the best examples at Revelation 14:14 "Then I looked, and behold, a white cloud, and sitting on the cloud was one like a son of man, having a golden crown on His head and a sharp sickle in His hand".
  • Also supporting symbolism for #14, in the 14th chapter of Matthew we learn Jesus is the King and Redeemer. This can be seen beginning in verse 28 (2x14) where Peter says "If it is you, command me...".  In verses 29-33 Peter calls out to Jesus to be saved; Jesus saves him; and those in the boat exclaim "you are certainly God's Son!". After that we find the people, who now realize he is the messiah, desperately reaching out to Jesus for healing.
  • Worth a second look - the 28th chapter of Matthew is about Jesus resurrection. #28 is an important resurrection number and this is a good chapter to help remember this number association.
  • It is not coincidence the book of Matthew has 1071 verses as this number reflects the number meanings for #17/#71 and #27/#72. Seventeen is a number for both cleansing and saving. The flood is full of number 17 symbolism as the rain started on the 17th day and the ark rested on the 17th day. Jesus was also resurrected three days after passover (14) on the 17th day. The water of the flood, like the living water of Jesus, both washes us and cleanses the land. The number 27/72 are numbers of witnessing and both reflect a more core number of 77 (2 sevens) which relate to Jesus testifying about himself to be the only way to eternal life. One of the most interesting evidences relating #72 to witnessing is Ruth 4:9 which is the 7200th verse of the Bible; the 72nd verse of Ruth; in the Bible's 236th chapter (2x36=72); and with chapter and verse reference 4:9 where 4x9=36 which is 1/2 of 72. The text associated with all these numbers: Ruth 4:9 Then Boaz said to the elders and all the people, "You are witnesses today that I have bought from the hand of Naomi all that belonged to Elimelech and all that belonged to Chilion and Mahlon.". In this passage, Boaz is an image of Jesus. These are amazing evidences of the perfection of the Numeric Map.
  • Also regarding #27, it is in the 27th chapter of Matthew where Jesus, the Lamb of God, gave his life in the crucifixion. The act of redemption is associated with #77/#27/#72. Another good #77 related evidence can be read about in the full chapter of Psalms 77 -- v15 says  "you have, by your power, redeemed your people".

Chapter descriptions for #1 through #28 in the 28 chapters of Matthew (1071 verses)

Matt 1 - God sent his son - evidence to the Jews Jesus is the waited for messiah - 14 generations mentioned 3 times
Matt 2 - The Redeemer comes - Jesus birth, as prophecy declared, God has come to live among men
Matt 3 - Holy Spirit/holiness - like the Holy Spirit, John the Baptist comes before Jesus to announce his arrival
Matt 4 - Wilderness trials/testing/cleansing - the 40 days of trials and temptation of Jesus by Satan.
Matt 5 - Covenents/Rules - the Beatitudes, Blessed are…levels of blessings granted to progress in the Christian walk?
Matt 6 - Sin/seeking forgiveness - pray from your heart in a secret place to your Lord who can save you
Matt 7 - Guidance/Discipline - Jesus teaches about the Kingdom. Do not judge, ask, seek and you will find
Matt 8 - The Godly Remnant -the step of becoming obedient servants and receiving the Holy Spirit. Also about the unfaithful.
Matt 9 - Persevering/Serving - obedient servants are to follow Jesus without question and persevere as workers in the harvest
Matt 10 - Final/last things - commissioning of the 12 disciples and rewards that will come
Matt 11 - Warnings - Jesus warnings to those who do not recognize him, says to take on his yoke and be rewarded with rest.
Matt 12 - Authority/Judgment - Jesus is judged by the rulers. Many call to him but he says those who do his will are his family.
Matt 13 - Man's way vs God's way - men are confused and cannot believe - want to do what they believe is right. Jesus did not do many miracles in their presence
Matt 14 - Jesus, King and Redeemer - Disciples and others realize Jesus is The Son of God, and reach out to him and to touch his cloak, and are healed.
Matt 15 - Instructions/teachings - Jesus said the people honor me with their lips but teach the doctrines of men. The disciples ask him to explain...
Matt 16 - The Godly who will enter the Kingdom - Peter declares Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God.
Matt 17 - Living Water/bread of life/lifting up/casting down - The Transfiguration, Peter, James and John taken up to see Jesus in his glory
Matt 18 - Great sin (666) - if your eye causes you to sin, cut it out
Matt 19 - Confession/dealing with sin - Only God is Good, the rich young ruler
Matt 20 - Great anticipation of the coming of the Christ - the return of the landowner, people's desires of the messiah.
Matt 21 - Messengers/Holy Spirit sent ahead to prepare for Christ's coming - two disciples are sent to prepare for Jesus entry into Jerusalem and Jesus comes and enters the temple
Matt 22 - Jesus the Suffering Servant - Jesus comes and speaks with authority, compares heaven to a King who gave a wedding feast for his son
Matt 23 - God with us - Leaders reject Jesus who says they will not see him again until they say "..blessed is he…". 39 verses-a number for Israel.
Matt 24 - The Day of the Lord - Jesus warns to be watching for the day, hour, time of his return (953)
Matt 25 - Jesus appearances on earth - The Ten Virgins go out to meet him. Five are condemned and five are given eternal life (5x5=25).
Matt 26 - A Number of God - The Last Supper - The Body of Christ, Jesus on trial
Matt 27 - Jesus, the Lamb of God - Jesus who paid the price for our salvation. His sentencing ,crucifixion and death as he foretold - The Lamb gave his life as ransom - #77 related - see Ruth 4:9, the 7200th verse(#27/#72/#77).
Matt 28 - The Number of Resurrection - Jesus resurrection, the empty tomb

The Bible's 24,000th, and 11 other verses with a special number pattern point clearly to the Day of the Lord

Below are three of eleven Bible verses documented on my website that have a cross Bible sequence number beginning with #22 and ending with #14 that point directly to the Day of the Lord.  Number 22 is a number for Jesus the Suffering Servant and 14 a number for Jesus the King and Redeemer. Together they are are exceptionally strong pointers to Jesus in scripture, and in this pattern, they also tell us about the Day of the Lord and confirm the reality of the Bible's perfect numbering and Numeric Map. Daniel 9:25 is maybe the most well known prophecy for the date of Jesus return that is also referred to in the Bible as "the Day of the Lord". This passage tells us it is seven weeks and sixty-two between prophetic events that mark this date. This number found in the text (762) happens to be found in this 276th verse in the book of Daniel -- The same numerical digits in Bible sequence numbers and in the text of the same verse - something commonly seen in the Numeric Map.. See the website for more details...

  • (22014.276) Dan 9:25 "So you are to know and discern that from the issuing of a decree to restore and rebuild Jerusalem --- until Messiah the Prince there will be seven weeks and sixty-two weeks; it will be built again, with plaza and moat, even in times of distress (until the Day of the Lord - This verse is the prophecy of the date for the return of the Lord Jesus. Note the cross book verse number of 276 confirms the days in the text. Evidence for the reality of the existence of the Bible's Numeric Map).

  • (22314.22) Joel 2:2 A day of darkness and gloom, A day of clouds and thick darkness. As the dawn is spread over the mountains, So there is a great and mighty people; There has never been {anything} like it, Nor will there be again after it To the years of many generations.

  • (22714.29) Nahm 3:1 Woe to the bloody city, completely full of lies and pillage; Her prey never departs. (the 29th verse of Nahm matches #29 theme of the return of the Lord)
Anoter very fascinating example in this pattern is the 2214th Bible verse at Exodus 25:18 that tells of two cherubim - one at each end of the mercy seat where Jesus will one take as his throne. It is interesting that this verse mentioning these two beings has a cross Bible verse number containing precisely two important numbers pointing to Jesus, #14 and #22. Judge for yourself what this might be telling us...

(2214.681) Exo 25:18 "You shall make two cherubim of gold, make them of hammered work at the two ends of the mercy seat (the place Jesus will rule from upon his return).

The other evidence verses for this 22*14 pattern are explained on the web page...

Friday, April 02, 2010

New website revision about the author and the major biblical discovery

I've finally updated the home page of my website to more properly explain the major biblical discovery written about in these posts and on the AmazingWord website. I've also included a bit of information about myself. If you are interested, you can find it at