Monday, August 22, 2011

Last days evidence Jesus is the messiah of the Bible (KJV/NIV/NASB...)

Astounding ...Psalm 117 divinely ties together the Old and New Testament--As mentioned in an earlier item, Psalm 117 is the middle chapter of the Bible in terms of it's number of chapters and it is very unique in that this chapter contains just two verses. Psalm 117 is the 595th of 1,189 total Bible chapters (1189/2=594) (KJV, NIV, NASB... structured Bibles).

Psa 117:1 Praise the LORD, all nations; Laud Him, all peoples! (1929th verse of Psalms)
Psa 117:2 For His lovingkindness is great toward us, And the truth of the LORD is everlasting. Praise the LORD! (1930th verse of Psalms)

Isn't it interesting that the chapter that splits the Bible in two equal parts has only two verses which both proclaim "Praise the Lord". I imagine this to be one of God's supernatural indications that the entire Bible - both halves, is about Jesus Himself.

When I first ran across this evidence I could not imagine it to be coincidence. What I knew about men creating the Bible said it had to be an accident of chance, but my logic told me I could not so quickly dismiss this explanation. Over the coming months, more and more evidences compelled me to understand the Bible is supernaturally numbered and ordered.

About two years after I noticed the special nature of this center chapter, I was astounded at another incredible evidence for God's numbering in these same two verses. The cross book verse numbers (in Psalms) of these two verses corresponded directly to the sequential chapter numbers of the last chapter of the Old Testament and the first chapter of the New Testament. These two verses are the 1929th and 1930 verses of Psalms, and Malachi 4 and Matthew 1 are the 929th and 930th chapters of the Bible. Now I was sure, both these amazing "coincidences" for the middle Bible chapter could not have happened by chance.

The chapter that splits Bible chapters into two equal parts also points to the division of Old and New Testaments. So not only is Psalm 117 a unique two verse chapter positioned precisely in the middle of the Bible, but it is also a chapter whose verses divinely link the Old Testament and New Testament into a single volume of God's Word. It is better evidence for the divine authorship of the Bible than we have ever seen - it is evidence people have spent their lifetimes trying to discover - I.E. searching the Dead Sea Scrolls for evidence of Jesus.

This chapter is an amazing evidence anyone can validate for themselves of the DNA like numbering perfection supernaturally constructed in the Bible - the Jesus of the New Testament is the same messiah told about throughout every book of the Old Testament. Praise the Lord!

Note: It is also very interesting that there are 39 books in the Old Testament and the first chapter in the first book in the New Testament is the 930th chapter (39 in reverse). Bible patterns demonstrate the significance of this number which I suspect is related to the number 40-1 (39) which reflects a count of years one short of completing Wilderness Wandering - a nation and people's who have not yet discovered the messiah is - Jesus Christ.

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