Sunday, January 15, 2012

Unravel this one - John 14 The Trinity, the Holy Spirit and the 1011th Bible chapter

Unravel this one…An astounding Bible chapter

As I explain in my book, every number in the Bible is symbolic of some theme and the themes are progressive in nature. That is, numbers one through ten represent what I refer to as God’s Redemption Pattern. These are the ten steps we take in our spiritual growth to; first, become “Godly” (#1 through #8); then to serve God until he finally returns; and lastly #10 about final things and Jesus return to judge the earth.. This blog post provides amazing evidence the entire Bible is structured in a supernatural way – every book, chapter, verse (and I suspect everything else) is numbered and reveals this Redemption Pattern. The 1011th chapter is, in an incrediblw way, strongly associated with both the #1 (1-0-1-1) and the Trinity (God & Son and Spirit 1&1&1).

The Bible’s 1011th chapter is associated with #1 & Trinity
John 14 is the 1011th chapter of the Bible and this very special cross Bible chapter number highlights the text which, over and over again, can be associated with the theme for #1. The chapter is about Jesus leaving us with the Holy Spirit and I believe draws our attention to the three parts of the Trinity. As you can imagine, if God wrote and structured the Bible, every part of it would reflect perfection and I believe this chapter is one of the more obvious evidences to that perfection.  There are four Bible chapters with a cross Bible chapter number containing a zero and three ones – the 0111th, 1011th, 1101th and the  1110th. This post focuses on the 1011th chapter but it appears the pattern fits all four of these specially numbered chapters (I have included sample text of each of these chapters at the bottom of this document.

The theme for number one has multiple aspects to it which all logically relate to the number:
  • God – the only God of the universe (Jesus #2, Holy Spirit #3)
  • Things that are separate and can be separately counted. 
  • First things --The first items in any list
Following are evidences that associate the text of this chapter with the number one, and more importantly, I suspect point to the Trinity of; God the Father; God the Son; and God the Holy Spirit. I’ll just list some of the evidences I observe and will leave it to the reader to decide for themselves what it all may mean. I’m no Bible Scholar – I’m, just someone who has (for whatever reason) observed patterns in the Bible’s text and numbering. I’m not declaring what I write to be so and am writing this so others can look deeper into this mystery.  Consider the following evidences found in John 14, the 1011th Bible chapter: 

  • This is the 1011th Bible chapter which associates it strongly with the number one 
  • The chapter does specifically speak over and over again about the three parts of the Trinity
  • In an astounding way, the text is written with references to individuals or individual parts of the Trinity. It uses words like “I”, “him”, “you”, “he”, “your”,” my” and “mine”. All being references to things that stand apart and can be counted. (another evidence for the association of #1 and things separated is Genesis chapter one which speaks plainly how God separates and keeps things by kind). 
  •  I am unable to translate from the original text, but the evidence of words suggests a constant pattern of three’s in each verse. I suspect every verse references each part of the Trinity in one way or another. Here’s an obvious example found in verse six -- v6 Jesus said to ““him”“, I am the way, and the truth, and the life. I don’t think it’s an accidental reference to God as the “I Am”. 
  •  The many references to the different parts of the Trinity are also things that in one sense are separate and stand apart (The Father, The Son, The Holy Spirit). 
  • The chapter number 14 associates the text with Jesus the King and Redeemer. I have written about this in other blog posts. Quick evidence for this association is the Passover which is on the 14th day and Matthew chapter one which gives three genealogies of 14 generations to show Jesus is the Messiah. 
  • This chapter has 31 verses and it was just this evening (January 2012) that I observed the association with the number of verses in the chapter with the chapter number of 1011. There’s a number of ways to make this association, but the one I suspect is most compelling is that the Trinity is 3 aspects of a single God (3-1). If you have not read my other writings, this probably sounds silly, but every single aspect of the structure of the Bible has perfect association with number themes. This might relate #31 with the trinity in other places in the Bible as well; there are 31,102 verses in the Bible (some translations show 31,103 verses – interesting).

John Chapter 14 – The Bible’s 1011th chapter
To show how intense the text associates with individual things, I have highlighted the constant references to things that can be counted and set apart "I", "you", "me", "him", "self"... I don't think you will find any other chapters of the Bible (other than the 1111 numbered chapters) with this anomaly of references to individuals:

1 "Do not let “”your”” heart be troubled; believe in God, believe also in ““Me”“.
2 "In “”My”” Father's house are many dwelling places; if it were not so, ““I”“ would have told ““you”“; for ““I”“ go to prepare a place for ““you”“.
3 "If ““I”“ go and prepare a place for ““you”“, ““I”“ will come again and receive ““you”“ to “”Myself””, that where ““I”“ am, there ““you”“ may be also.
4 "And ““you”“ know the way where ““I”“ am going."
5 Thomas said to ““Him”“, "Lord,”” we”” do not know where ““You”“ are going, how do”” we”” know the way?"
**6 Jesus said to ““him”“, “““I  am” the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through ““Me”“.
7 "If ““you”“ had known ““Me”“, ““you”“ would have known “”My”” Father also; from now on ““you”“ know ““Him”“, and have seen ““Him”“."
8 Philip said to ““Him”“, "Lord, show ““us”“ the Father, and it is enough for ““us”“."
9 Jesus said to ““him”“, "Have ““I”“ been so long with ““you”“, and yet”” ““you”“ have not come to know ““Me”“, Philip? “”He”” who has seen ““Me”“ has seen the Father; how can ““you”“ say, 'Show ““us”“ the Father'?
10 "Do ““you”“ not believe that ““I  am”” in the Father, and the Father is in ““Me”“? The words that ““I”“ say”” to ““you”“ ““I”“ do not”” speak on “”My”” own initiative, but the Father abiding “”in ““Me”“ does “”His”” works.
11 "Believe ““Me”“ that ““I  am”” in the Father and the Father is in ““Me”“; otherwise believe because of the works themselves.
12 "Truly, truly, ““I”“ say to ““you”“, ““he”“ who believes “”in ““Me”“, the works that ““I”“ do””, “”he”” will do also; and greater works than these “”he”” will do; because ““I”“ go to the Father.
13 "Whatever ““you”“ ask in “”My name””, that will ““I”“ do””, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son.
14 "If ““you”“ ask ““Me”“ anything in “”My name””, ““I”“ will”” do it.
15 "If ““you”“ love”” ““Me”“, ““you”“ will keep “”My”” commandments.
**16 “““I”“ will ask the Father, and “”He”” will give ““you”“ another Helper, that “”He”” may be with ““you”“ forever;
17 that is “”the Spirit”” of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it does not see ““Him”“ or know ““Him”“, but ““you”“ know ““Him”“ because “”He”” abides with ““you”“ and will be in ““you”“.
18 ““I”“ will not leave ““you”“ as orphans; ““I”“ will come to ““you”“.
19 "After a little while the world will no longer see ““Me”“, but”” ““you”“ will see ““Me”“; because ““I”“ live,”” ““you”“ will live also.
20 "In that day ““you”“ will know that ““I”“ am”” in “”My”” Father, and ““you”“ in ““Me”“, and ““I”“ in ““you”“.
21 ””He”” who has “”My”” commandments and keeps them is “”the one”” who loves ““Me”“; and “”he”” who loves ““Me”“ will be loved by “”My”” Father, and ““I”“ will love ““him”“ and will disclose “”Myself”” to ““him”“."
22 Judas (not Iscariot) said to ““Him”“, "Lord, what then has happened that ““You”“ are going to disclose “”Yourself”” to ““us”“ and not to the world?"
23 Jesus answered and said to ““him”“, "If anyone loves ““Me”“, ““he”“ will keep “”My”” word; and “”My”” Father will love ““him”“, and “”We”” will come to ““him”“ and make Our abode with ““him”“.
24 "““He”“ who does not love ““Me”“ does not keep “”My”” words; and the word which ““you”“ hear is not ””Mine””, but the Father's who sent ““Me”“.
25 "These things ““I”“ have spoken to ““you”“ while abiding with ““you”“.
26 "But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in “”My”” name, ““He”“ will teach ““you”“ all things, and bring to “your” remembrance all that ““I”“ said to ““you”“.
27 "Peace ““I”“ leave with ““you”“; My peace ““I”“ give to ““you”“; not as the world gives do ““I”“ give to ““you”“. Do not let “”your”” heart be troubled, nor let it be fearful.
28 "““You”“ heard that ““I”“ said to ““you”“, '““I”“ go away, and ““I”“ will come to ““you”“.' If ““you”“ loved ““Me”“, ““you”“ would have rejoiced because ““I”“ go to the Father, for the Father is greater than ““I”“.
29 "Now ““I”“ have told ““you”“ before it happens, so that when it happens, ““you”“ may believe.
30 "““I”“ will not speak much more with ““you”“, for the ruler of the world is coming, and ““he”“ has nothing in ““Me”“;
31 but so that the world may know that ““I”“ love the Father, ““I”“ do exactly as the Father commanded ““Me”“. Get up, let ““us”“ go from here.

The 1101st chapter…
Note how these sample verses show a textual association with the #1 like is seen in John chapter 14. It would appear these are also some sort of reference to the Trinity…

Eph 4:4 There is one body and one Spirit, just as also you were called in one hope of your calling;
Eph 4:5 one Lord, one faith, one baptism,

The 1110th chapter  – another example, same as above

Col 3:9 Do not lie to one another, since “”you”” laid aside the old “”self”” with its evil practices,
Col 3:10 and have put on the new “”self”” who is being renewed to a true knowledge according to the image of “”the One”” who created “”him””

The 111th chapter – and one more example…
Lev 21:1 Then “”the LORD”” said to “”Moses””, "Speak to “”the priests”, “”the sons”” of Aaron, and say to “”them””: '””No one”” shall defile “”himself”” for “”a dead person”” among “”his people””,
Lev 21:2 except for “”his”” relatives who are nearest to “”him””,”” his”” mother and “”his”” father and “”his”” son and “”his”” daughter and “”his”” brother, (and it continues…)

One Last Word…
I never expect such evidence to be proof in itself the for the perfection of God’s Word, but hope it is curious enough to cause others to take a look at these patterns and themes for themselves.

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