Friday, January 29, 2016

29 January 2016 - Symbolism for #29 - Many #29 verses suggest a reference to the future return of Jesus Christ

 The phrase "little while occurs 29 times in the Bible and this, along with other related twenty-nine number evidences, suggests number twenty-nine has something to do with the future return of Jesus Christ...
This post shows how #29 related verses in the Bible point us to symbolism related to this number. I know, virtually everyone has been taught the Bible's chapter and verse numbers are not part of the original text, but the evidence for the Bible's numbers being divinely inspired is virtually indisputable. See other posts in this blog or my website for a a full explanation.

The Bible's Number 29 -- An incredible number of the soon coming of Jesus to redeem the Godly
One of the most amazing number 29 related verses in the Bible is John 1:29 which says "The next day he saw Jesus coming to him and *said, "Behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!". More evidence of the preciseness of the Bible's Numeric Map is that John 1:29 is the 2,929th verse of the New Testament.

Twenty-nine is related to many 999 type numbers. Ninety-nine is a way of expressing the last things done before the end of things. Other related numbers are 92, 99, 999 and even 911 (92). The 29th chapter of the New Testament is Mark chapter 1 which seems a summary overview of the events of Jesus return.
The phrase "in a little while" is in 29 verses - the return of the Lord
My number research revealed for a long time that number 29 seemed related to the coming return of the Lord and then much later I noticed the phrase "little while" occurs in 29 Bible verses. My experience says this is not coincidence - the verse text also demonstrates strong references to the coming of the Lord down to earth. It appears this phrase speaks of times related to both his first and second coming. I suspect, if we could understand the message, it could be a clue to when the Lord will actually return.
The Phrase "little while" used in reference to Jesus time in his first coming
Notice how the following verses using the term "little while" seem to speak of the time Jesus was on earth. I wonder if it related to the number of years Jesus was among us which is said by many to be around 30?
  • John 7:33 ...Jesus said, "For a little while longer I am with you, then I go to Him who sent Me.
  • John 16:16 "A little while, and you will no longer see Me; and again a little while, and you will see Me."
  • John 16:18 So they were saying, "What is this that He says, 'A little while'? We do not know what He is talking about."
  • John 14:19 "After a little while the world will no longer see Me, but you will see Me; because I live, you will live also.
  • John 13:33 "Little children, I am with you a little while longer. You will seek Me; and as I said to the Jews, now I also say to you, 'Where I am going, you cannot come.'
  • Heb 2:9 But we do see Him who was made for a little while lower than the angels, namely, Jesus, because of the suffering of death crowned with glory and honor, so that by the grace of God He might taste death for everyone.
  • Mrk 14:70 But again he denied it. And after a little while the bystanders were again saying to Peter, "Surely you are one of them, for you are a Galilean too."
  • John 12:35 So Jesus said to them, "For a little while longer the Light is among you. Walk while you have the Light, so that darkness will not overtake you; he who walks in the darkness does not know where he goes.
  • John 16:17 Some of His disciples then said to one another, "What is this thing He is telling us, 'A little while, and you will not see Me; and again a little while, and you will see Me'; and, 'because I go to the Father'?"
  • John 16:19 Jesus knew that they wished to question Him, and He said to them, "Are you deliberating together about this, that I said, 'A little while, and you will not see Me, and again a little while, and you will see Me'?
The Phrase "little while" used in reference to when he will return
The following verses that include the phrase "little while" seem to speak of the time until the Lord's return or about what will happen upon his return.
  • Isa 26:20 Come, my people, enter into your rooms And close your doors behind you; Hide for a little while Until indignation runs its course.
  • Jer 51:33 ... Yet in a little while the time of harvest will come for her."
  • Hag 2:6 "... 'Once more in a little while, I am going to shake the heavens and the earth...
  • Isa 10:25 "For in a very little while My indignation against you will be spent..."
  • 1Pet 5:10 After you have suffered for a little while, the God of all grace, who called you to His eternal glory in Christ, will Himself perfect, confirm, strengthen and establish you.
  • Rev 6:11 And there was given to each of them a white robe; and they were told that they should rest for a little while longer, until the number of their fellow servants and their brethren who were to be killed even as they had been, would be completed also.
  • Rev 17:10 and they are seven kings; five have fallen, one is, the other has not yet come; and when he comes, he must remain a little while.
  • Psa 37:10 Yet a little while and the wicked man will be no more; And you will look carefully for his place and he will not be there.
  • Jam 4:14 Yet you do not know what your life will be like tomorrow. You are a vapor that appears for a little while and then vanishes away.
  • 1Pet 1:6 In this you greatly rejoice, even though now for a little while, if necessary, you have been distressed by various trials,
  • Isa 29:17 Is it not yet just a little while Before Lebanon will be turned into a fertile field, And the fertile field will be considered as a forest?
  • 1Kin 18:45 In a little while the sky grew black with clouds and wind, and there was a heavy shower. And Ahab rode and went to Jezreel.
  • Isa 63:18 Your holy people possessed Your sanctuary for a little while, Our adversaries have trodden it down.
  • Eze 11:16 "Therefore say, 'Thus says the Lord GOD, "Though I had removed them far away among the nations and though I had scattered them among the countries, yet I was a sanctuary for them a little while in the countries where they had gone.'"
These verses that use the term "little while" seem to both confirm Jesus claim that he will return and give us some indication that when he does, it will be a time of "indignation".

Notes on 29

  • Number 29 is the 10th prime number (assuming 1 is prime which biblical numbers suggest)
There's much evidence supporting the association of #29 with the theme of Jesus return. Click the following link to a secondary page of evidences for the Bible's #29. (supplemental evidence for #29).

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