Numbers 1-40 defined | Hebrew Linguistics (2023)

Numbers 1-40 and their meaning:

All numbers except the twenty-two numbers that are directly related to each Hebrew letter are written as combinations of the corresponding numbers. For example, there are no "teenage" numbers (12, 13, etc.) in the Hebrew number system. They are expressed as 10+1, 10+2, 10+3, etc. Adding ten (Jod) to another number takes the meaning of that number to a higher level. (For example, "yod" + "aleph" (אי) = 11).

A large number can be expressed by multiplying a base number by itself. For example, forty-nine (49) could be expressed as 7 x 7. Seven (zayin) means "fight/sword"; therefore 49 (seven squared) means seven times as many problems as seven. To decide whether the real meaning of a number in a particular case can be determined by adding or multiplying other partial numbers, we must examine the biblical context and compare various Bible verses that use that number. When many references indicate the same or a similar meaning, we can be reasonably sure of an accurate interpretation.

Here are the numbers from 1 to 40 along with their meanings and Biblical connections:


Aleph is an ox in Hebrew. It means strength or being first or "number one". The number one means unity or the first. Bullinger says that "it is the symbol of unity in all languages." Genesis, the first book, is called In a Beginning. There can only be one beginning. The first commandment is: "You shall have no other gods before me." It expresses the unity of God and the fact that this one God is the Creator of everything. There are two words for the number "one" in the Hebrew language. Yacheed means an absolute unit or a single (1. Moses 22:2); echad is a compound unit (1. Moses 2:24;Deut. 6:4).

2(bet)division, double witness

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Beth is a house or home in Hebrew. God established the house with Adam and Eve, two people in a marriage. This offered a direction, a double testimony in the family to know the will of God. Two points are needed to draw a line and establish the direction. The number two means division or double testimony. God made two covenants in the Bible, first as a double witness to the truth, but also to set direction. The transition from the Old Covenant to the New Covenant shows a progression of revelation from lesser to greater. The same principle is found in Hagar and Sarah, Ishmael and Isaac, Jacob and Israel, David and Saul, and (in the New Testament) the opposition between Saul and Paul. In each case there is a separation with the consequent conflict between the two characters, but God also marks the pattern of moving from one point to another.

3(Gimmel)Divine fullness, perfection

Gimel is camel in Hebrew. It means to be lifted up. Pride is its negative side; being glorified or elevated to a position of authority is its positive side. The number three is the number of divine plenitude, completeness, or perfection. Whereas two lines are needed to fix a position along an x-y axis, three are needed to form and enclose a geometric area, in this case a triangle. Because the law establishes the truth on the basis of two or three witnesses (Deut. 19:15), number three can be considered a complete witness. Two witnesses are enough to establish the truth, but three give it fullness, clarity and form. For this reason there are three main holidays in Israel: Passover, Pentecost and the Feast of Tabernacles. All three festivals are needed to perfect a person with the fullness of spirit. Each festival is an aspect of salvation for the triple nature of man: spirit, soul and body (1 Tes. 5:23). InLucas 13:32Jesus said,"Behold, I cast out demons, and I heal today and tomorrow, and on the third day I will be perfect."Jesus was the good shepherd in death, p.Juan 10:14, 15dice,"I am the good shepherd... and I lay down my life for the sheep."Jesus was the Great Shepherd in the resurrection, for we readhebr. 13:20,"And the God of peace, who raised from the dead the great Shepherd of the sheep by the blood of the everlasting covenant, is Jesus our Lord."Finally, Jesus is the Chief Shepherd in glory, p.1 Pedro 5:4dice,"And when the Chief Shepherd appears, you will receive the immortal crown of glory."So we see that three is the number that means completeness and perfection.

4(daleth)The earth, material creation

Daleth is a gate in Hebrew. In Biblical numerology, four is the number of the earth or God's material creation. On the fourth day of creation the material world was completed (1. Moses 1:14-19), letting God endow it with living beings. The gematria of the Hebrew term h'eretz, "the earth," is 296, which equals 4 x 74. There were also four main divisions of humanity represented by the cherubim (nº1:5), or the four “beasts” around the throne (Revelation 4:6). These represent all of creation. Likewise, there are four gospels, each corresponding to a different "beast" around the throne. Matthew introduces the lion and says, "Behold the king." Mark presents the ox and says: "Here is the servant." Luke introduces the man and says: "Behold the Son of man." John presents the eagle and says, “Behold, the Son of God.” In keeping with this were the four-colored curtains of Moses' tabernacle. The purple proclaimed: “Behold your king.” The scarlet proclaimed: “Behold the servant.” The white one proclaimed: “Behold the son of man.” The blue one proclaimed: “Behold the son of God.” The square represents the earth, while a circle represents heaven, eternity, and the kingdom of spirit. The fourth book of the Bible is Numbers, whose Hebrew title is B'Midbar, "The Wilderness." The wilderness symbolically represents the earth. On the Day of Atonement, the second goat (Christ) was led into the wilderness by an “apt man” to take away the sin of all people (Lew. 16:10, 21). Then, after his baptism on the Day of Atonement, Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tested by the devil. This should comply with the law of the second he-goat. at the end ofSalmo 4, we note that it is "to the chief musicians of Nehilot," that is, inheritances. He has to do with inheriting the land (Mate. 5:5), beginning with our own "land", our own "Canaan", our Promised Land, the glorified body. But before the righteous can inherit the land, they must be trained and disciplined in the land, and often suffer to test their faith. Therefore, Israel had to be tested in the wilderness (horsepower 95:8; Have. 3:8) before they could inherit the land of Canaan.

5(Hola)grace, please

Hey at the beginning of a Hebrew word means "the" or "see." In the middle of a word means inspiration or revelation. At the end of the word it means "from what comes." Five is the number of grace or favor. The number appears 318 times in the Bible. The number 318 is significant because it is the number of the armed servants in Abram's house who saved Lot (1. Moses 14:14). It is grace that saves us and sets captives free. He portrayed five victims.1. Moses 15:9by which the promise was secured to Abraham: a heifer, a goat, a ram, a dove, and a dove. These symbolized the sacrifice of Christ on the cross to secure the promises to humanity. To bring grace, there were five offerings in the Old Testament (Lew. 1-3): burnt offerings, sin offerings, grain offerings, guilt offerings, and peace offerings, each representing a different aspect of Christ's self-sacrifice in the New Testament. The fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet is hey, which is spoken with the breath. When placed in the middle of a word, it indicates inspiration, something inspired by God. God put the hey in Abram's name to make him Abraham. He put the hey at the end of Sarai to make her Sara. God did the same for Joshua by changing his name to Jehoshua (Anz. 13:16). This is the grace that God gives us by which we can receive the Holy Spirit. The fifth time Noah's name is used is in1. Moses 6:8,"But Noah found favor [Hebrew, chen, 'grace'] in the sight of the Lord."The fifth time the name Ruth appears in the Bible, it speaks of grace:Rut 2:2"And Ruth, the Moabite, said to Naomi: "I beg you, let me go into the field and gather ears in which I find grace [Hebrew, chen, "mercy"]." And she said to her: "Go, my daughter."The fifth time the name Boaz appears in the Bible, it also speaks of grace:Rut 2:8-10"Then Boaz said to Ruth: “Listen well, my daughter. Don't go reading another field; besides, go no farther from him, but stay here with my maidens. Keep your eyes on the field they are mowing and go after them. Verily I have commanded the servants not to touch you. When you are thirsty, go to the water jars and drink from what the servants draw.” Then she fell on her face and bowed to the ground and said to her: “Why have I found grace [Heb. chen, "mercy"] in your eyes, that since I am a foreigner, you should notice me?"The fifth time David is mentioned in the book of 1 Samuel1 Sam. 16:22, 22 “And Saul sent to say to Jesse: 'Let David now stand before me; because he has favor [Hebr. chen, "mercy"] found in my eyes".In1 Sam. 17:40David chose five smooth stones to use in battle against the Philistine giant Goliath. This was because Goliath represents the world's system of oppression, as well as the "giants" in our own lives that hold us captive to sin. David's actions illustrate the idea that only grace can defeat these giants, thus freeing us from the sins of the flesh.


Vav is a nail or peg in Hebrew. It is also a conjunction ("and") because it takes a nail to connect two things. Six is ​​the number of man, since man was created on the sixth day (1. Moses 1:24-31). The man was also required to work for six days before entering the Sabbath rest (Ex. 20:8-11), and the Hebrew slave was to serve six years (Ex. 21:2). Moses had to wait six days before he was allowed to go up the mountain to meet the Lord (Ex. 24:16-18). Even so, man had to wait six thousand years to meet the Lord at the second coming of Christ. Israel surrounded the walls of Jericho for six days before the city fell on the seventh (Joshua 6:14, 15). This is sort of 6,000 years of spiritual warfare work before the world system collapses.

7(Zayin)Realization, Spiritual Perfection

Zayin symbolically represents a weapon in Hebrew. The perfect weapon is the sword of the spirit, with which spiritual warfare is carried out, because "the weapons of our warfare are not carnal" (2 crowns 10:4). Seven is the biblical number of spiritual fulfillment and perfection. As much as,Salmo 7it speaks of the two floods by which the earth will be cleansed and brought to the perfect order of the kingdom. Seven days complete a sabbatical cycle. InRevelation 10:7the mystery of God ends when the seventh angel blows his trumpet. InRevelation 16:7"it is done" when the seventh angel pours out the seventh vial into the air. It took seven days to ordain Aaron and his sons to the priesthood (Lew. 8:31-35) before leaving the tabernacle on the eighth day. Joshua and the army of Israel had to march around Jericho for seven days (Joshua 6:15) before the city fell.

From the beginning, the number 7 has represented the accomplished works of God. All the celebrations of him occur in 7 festivals. When we sing and praise our Creator, we use combinations of 7 whole tones in the scale. Everything clean was taken to Noah's ark by seven (Genesis 7:2). Priests were ordained seven full days before entering the priesthood (Lev. 8:31-36). Blood was sprinkled seven times on the mercy seat to show the full redemption of the coming Messiah (Lev. 16:14, Heb. 9:12). God told Yehoshua to march around Jericho six times and the seventh time the walls would fall. The "Book of Life" is mentioned 7 times in the Scriptures. Our bodies work in complete cycles of seven. There are 7 bones in our neck, face, and ankles. There are 7 holes in our face. Okay, go ahead and count them. Finish? Good, let's continue. We are in the womb a default average of 280 days (40x7).

8(chet)New beginning

Chet is a fence in Hebrew. It can also mean an inner space, even the heart itself. Eight is the number of new beginnings. The sons of Abraham were to be circumcised on the eighth day (1. Moses 17:12), because the eighth day was the legal time for the conception of the firstborn (Ex. 22:29, 30). It took seven full days to ordain the priests (Lew. 8:33), and then on the eighth day they left the tabernacle. Then God revealed his presence to the people on the eighth day (Lew. 9:1, 4, 24). In the New Testament, Jesus rose from the dead on the eighth day (the first day of the new week) to fulfill the law of the sheaf offering (Lew. 23:10, 11). Likewise, Pentecost occurred seven weeks later on the fiftieth day, which was also the eighth day (Lew. 23:15-17). As we have already shown, Jesus prophesied on the eighth day of tabernacles (Juan 7:37-39) on the outpouring of the Spirit. All these examples fulfill the law of the conception of the firstborn on the eighth day ofExodus 22:29, 30.


Teth is a snake in Hebrew. It can also mean being surrounded, as the serpent was often depicted in a circle, swallowing its tail. The number nine speaks of the "visit" of God. This is a Hebrewism that presents God as an investigator who "visits" a person, city, or nation to discover hearts, gather evidence, and "see" firsthand, as it were, the truth of a matter. It is similar to a divine judgment where the evidence is uncovered and presented to the judge for consideration. InLucas 19:43, 44says Jesus to the temple in Jerusalem,"For the days are coming upon you when your enemies will put a wall before you and surround you and surround you on all sides and will destroy you and your children within you, and will not forsake you stone by stone, because you did not recognize the time of your visitation [Greek: episcop, "diocese, overseer"].“In this case, the time of the visitation was the three-year period of Jesus' ministry from AD 30 to 33, when God manifested Himself in Jesus to 'visit' Judea and Jerusalem and test the hearts of the people. (Jesus is called a bishop or overseer in1 Pedro 2:25.) In another sense, Jesus was the inspector of heavenly fruits. Jesus found some whose hearts were sincere, and these formed the branches of the good fig tree, which produced good fruit (Y. 24:5-7). However, the majority, along with the religious leaders, were from the bad fig tree (Y. 24:8-10). The good cowards were the disciples of Jesus and early church converts who were driven off the earth (through persecution) lest God spare them from the coming judgment forty years later. The idea of ​​"visitation" is shown in the Old Testament. For believers it has a positive connotation, as in1. Moses 50:24, 25,Salmo 106:4,yY. 27:24. His visit leads to salvation or liberation. However, for the unbelievers, it has a negative result as we see inEx. 32:34,Lew. 18:25,Isaiah 10:3, yY. 10:15. The Hebrew word for "visitation" in the Old Testament is peqadah, and the Greek Septuagint equivalent is episcope. As an inspector of heavenly fruit, Jesus was sent to taste the fruit given to God in the temple in Jerusalem to see (and judge) whether it was good. He gathered evidence to present to the divine court that would decide the fate of Jerusalem. At the same time he trained and tested the hearts of twelve disciples. The visitation of God is the judgment of God in the life of the believer, through which the Holy Spirit educates him in obedience. Through his guiding voice he shows them God's will and writes his law on his hearts. So we see that the visitation or divine judgment has a positive result for the believer and a negative result for the unbeliever. And yet, even the negative outcome does not last, because the ultimate purpose of judgment is to correct people and bring them into harmony with God's will and mind. The Greek word for comforter is parakletos, which means advocate, attorney, or helper in court, that is, an advocate, someone who knows the law and can show sinners the right way to avoid God's judgment. The lawful way, Jesus said, is through the gate and not over the wall (Juan 10:1-10). Jumping over the wall (to avoid Jesus Christ and his sacrifice for sin) is how many religions advocate salvation, but they will lose their case when they stand before the Great White Throne. It is the job of the Comforter (Holy Spirit) to discern, judge and convict people of sin according to the evidence. The Comforter is the defender of the believer but a witness against the unbeliever. InJuan 16:7, 8, we read that He is also the Judge:“But I tell you the truth, it is convenient for you that I leave; because if I don't go, the helper [gr. parakletos] not coming to you; but if I go I command you And He, when He comes, will convince [elengkos] the world of sin, of justice and of judgment” [Gr., krisis, “decision for or against; Justice"].The Greek verb translated "condemn" above is elengkos. Its noun form is elegmos, which means "evidence or proof." So the verb means to condemn or judge according to the evidence gathered during the time of the visit or investigation. For the world in general (unbelievers), this evidence will convince them of sin. But for believers the test will be a test of justice. During Jesus' earthly ministry, the timing of his visit would decide the fate of Judah and separate the good figs from the bad (Y. 24). Most were bad figs by God's definition inJeremiah 24, because they refused to submit to God's judgment on Rome and wanted a military messiah to shake off the Roman yoke. Jesus found only a minority who could accept the Prince of Peace as his Messiah. These were the good figs of Judah. These were promised "another Comforter," the Holy Spirit, who would come at Pentecost to begin the next "visitation time" of the Pentecostal era leading up to the second coming of Christ. It is the work of the Holy Spirit to advise sinners condemned by the law (ROM. 3:19) to find a justification, that is, h to be found legally not guilty. Jesus trained his disciples during his visitation time. And then, towards the end of his ministry, he spoke of "another Comforter" (Juan 14:16), which had not yet occurred. The use of the term "other" indicates that Jesus himself was a Comforter before the Holy Spirit was given.Act 2. In fact, Simeon called him early in his life "the comfort of Israel" (Lucas 2:25). The word is Paraklesis, the same word as the Comforter. His advice includes offering Christ's sacrifice as payment for sin. The Holy Spirit reveals this as a way to avoid the penalty of the law for sin. There is only one door to the kingdom and that is it. Happy those who believe what He says. Once a sinner has walked through that door, the Holy Spirit continues to play an active role in our lives, teaching us the difference between sin and righteousness. This is not for justification before the divine court, but for sanctification in our personal lives. Justification is when a sinner is found not guilty before the law when he is actually guilty of sin. Sanctification is the next step: the work of the Spirit to teach us to mold our lives in the image of Christ, that is, not to be inherently guilty. Sanctification is represented by the feast of Pentecost. His very presence is a continual "visit" that gathers more evidence for our justification. As we have already said, Jesus is the inspector of heavenly fruits, collecting the evidence of divine judgment. The fruit of the Spirit takes nine forms as listed inGallon. 5:22, 23, 22But the fruit of the Spirit is love (1), joy (2), peace (3), patience (4), kindness (5), goodness (6), faithfulness (7), 23 meekness (8), self-love . controller(9); there is no law against such things. The fruit of the Spirit shows us the evidence of character change in those who grow toward spiritual maturity. There are also nine gifts of the Spirit. are listed in1 coro. 12:8-10,“For to one is given by the Spirit the word of wisdom (1) and to another the word of knowledge (2) by the same Spirit; to another faith (3) by the same Spirit, and to another gift of healing (4) by the same spirit, 10 and to another working miracles (5), and to another prophecy (6), and to another discernment of spirits (7) , another different genres of languages ​​(8), and another the interpretation of languages ​​(9 ).“The gifts of the Spirit are supernatural tools used to make the 'tree' more fruitful. They are not an end in themselves. The purpose of a tool is to produce the fruit of the spirit of supernatural quality, many carnal people want it more than the fruit, it is like a farmer who bought a new plow and then preferred to put it in the showroom where men admire instead of use it to plow the field. These gifts of the Spirit are the effects of power distributed among believers in various ways by the power of Pentecost, they are supernatural tools through which the hearts of men are opened to lead them to repentance, while the Holy Spirit aligns them with the mind and will of the Father. However, the effect of these gifts on believers and non-believers is different. For believers, the gifts represent the supernatural power of God at work in their lives. For non-believers, the gifts reveal the mysteries of their hearts and cause them to repent.1 coro. 14:24, 25dice,“But if everyone prophesies, and an unbeliever or a non-gifted person enters, he is convinced by all, he is called to render an account by all; the secrets of his heart are revealed; and so he will fall on his face and worship God, and he will proclaim that indeed God is among you."We see from this that the judgment of the Holy Spirit has different effects on believers and unbelievers. She can sentence or release. But its main purpose is to reveal the evidence, just like the purpose of a judicial process before the final decision of the judge. The Comforter is the believer's intercessor, but he testifies as a witness against the unbeliever. There are also nine beatitudes included.Mate. 5:3-11that reveal the fruit of the Spirit:"Blessed are the poor in spirit (1), for theirs are in the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are the weeping (2), for they will be comforted. Blessed are the meek (3), for they shall inherit the earth. Blessed are the hungry and thirst (4) for justice, for they will be satisfied.Blessed are the merciful (5), for they will obtain mercy.Blessed are the pure in heart, (6) for they will see God. children of God Blessed are those who are persecuted (8) for the sake of justice, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven Blessed are you (9) when people utter insults against you and persecute you and speak lies of all kinds of evil against you for my sake."The ninth time the name Abraham appears is in1. Moses 17:24,"Well, Abraham was ninety-nine years old when he was circumcised in the flesh of his foreskin."The circumcision of the flesh foreshadowed the circumcision of the heart, which is the work of the Holy Spirit judging "the flesh." Just as Abraham had to receive physical circumcision to give birth to the Son of Promise, so we too must receive circumcision of the heart to give birth to our own Son of Promise, the son of man, Christ in you, the Heir to the Promise. The reason Abraham had to wait until he was 99 years old is that 99 indicates agreement with God. The numerical value of the Hebrew word amen is exactly 99. Men say "amen" to show their agreement with what was said or done. This is where we see the meaning of the number nine. It represents the judgment and work of the Holy Spirit in our lives to bring us into full agreement with God. When all of creation agrees, the four living beings say "Amen!" (Revelation 5:14). The "baptism of fire" of the Holy Spirit is the modern counterpart of the baptism of water in the days of Noah. The main difference is that the water destroyed all flesh, while the spirit's baptism of fire destroyed "the flesh," that is, the carnality in man. Water killed in the days of Noah; but the fire of God gives life. Each one represents the Spirit in different ways because each one convicts the world of sin and righteousness in different ways. The "fire" may be painful to our flesh, but it gives life to our spirit. So the purpose of the judgment work of the Holy Spirit is to bring all people to repentance. This is the background ofSalmo 9, where we see God's judgments on the rebels. Considered a revelation from the Book of Genesis,Salmo 9represents the judgment of Nimrod, revealing the secrets of his heart.

10(iodine)divine order, law

Yod is an arm and a hand that signifies work and direction. Since ten is also the number of the law that brings divine order, it means "the works of the law." As we have already written, the number eight indicates a new beginning, a new birth in a believer. Nine is visitation and manifests the guidance, training and judgment of the Holy Spirit (learning to discern good from evil) in the life of the believer and standing as a witness against the unbeliever to discover the mysteries of his heart. Ten is the number of the divine order, restored in one way or another by the judgment of the law (as described in the Ten Commandments). In other words, it states the actual proposition of the law that follows the collection and presentation of the evidence. After the Holy Spirit reveals the evidence to open people's hearts (ie the number nine), the judge reveals the law. That is, he pronounces the sentence (that is, the number ten) according to the law. Ten is the number that represents that time of judgment when people will receive the reward or will be under divine judgment. One way or another, the law must be fulfilled and divine order restored. The tenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet is yod, which again means a deed or a deed. Since ten is also the number of the law, as seen in the Ten Commandments, the yod became a symbol of "the works of the law" (ROM. 3:20). The meaning of the number ten is based on divine law, because asRevelation 20:12 and 13Say, all will be judged"according to their works."The tenth time Noah's name is mentioned is in1. Moses 6:13where god said“Then God said to Noah: “The end of all flesh has come before me; for the earth is full of violence because of them; and behold, I am going to destroy them with the earth.”This speaks of the judgment by divine law in the days of Noah, because the people had rejected the message of Noah, that is, the message of the Comforter (Menachem). Noah is also the tenth generation from Adam. The tenth time Isaac is mentioned is in1. Moses 22:3, where we see his father taking him to Mount Moriah. This represents the great sacrifice of Christ on the cross, where the judgment of the law fell on the only begotten Son of God, who paid the penalty for our sin and rebellion. For the same reasons, some say that 10 is the number of full manifestation. Interestingly, the New Testament has a total of 260 chapters and the Hebrew word "Yahweh" equals 26; The 260 chapters of the New Testament are considered the complete manifestation of God or 260 = 10 x 26.

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11(jod-aleph)imperfection, disorder, incompleteness

To write eleven in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: yod (hand) and aleph (strength). These signify the hand (impact) of one's power. The works of man apart from God are imperfect and disordered, so they finally come to an end. Eleven is the number of imperfection, disorder, or disorder. Jacob had only eleven children who stayed home after Joseph was lost and presumed dead. This shows a level of disorder. It wasn't until Joseph was found and reunited with his brothers that there was the command from the divine government: the number 12. Israel rebelled against God ten times from the time they left Egypt until the day the twelve spies finished your reports.Anz. 14:22). Then God judged them and said that they would have to spend 40 years in the desert. As we have already shown, ten indicates the judgment of the law. But then people refused to accept God's judgment and this became his eleventh sin - disorder. They tried to conquer Canaan alone but failed miserably (Anz. 14:39-45). It doesn't work to do the right thing at the wrong time, or to do the wrong thing at the right time. Both manifest a disorder. Also of note is the fact that it was an eleven day journey from Mount Horeb to Kadesh-Barnea where the 12 spies gave their report and where Israel committed their eleventh act of rebellion against God. CorrespondentY. 39:2, the Babylonians destroyed Jerusalem in the eleventh year of King Zedekiah. Again, to emphasize the disorder, God gave Ezekiel a revelation of the destruction of Tire "in the eleventh year" (nº26:1) and also from Egypt "in the eleventh year" (number 30:20). After Judas betrayed Jesus and hanged himself, only eleven disciples remained. As they reflected on the upcoming day of Pentecost, Peter understood that eleven disciples represented a mess. He also understood that Judas had played the role of Ahithophel (Salmo 109:8) and therefore must be replaced (Acts 1:20). So the disciples cast lots (Acts 1:26), and Matthias replaced Judas, bringing the total number of disciples down to twelve—divine rule. Matthias temporarily served as an alternate (Acts 1:26) until Jesus appeared to Saul and called him to the ministry (Acts 9:5). God then trained him for fourteen years before commissioning him on his first missionary journey (Gallon. 2:1;Acts 13:2) and renamed him "Paul" (Acts 13:9). The eleventh time Paul is mentioned is inActs 14:14,15. Paul had just performed a miracle by healing a paralyzed man. Then the crowd said:"The gods became human and descended to us"(v.11). The people took out garlands to honor Paul and Barnabas as gods. This was clearly wrong.“But when the apostles, Barnabas and Paul, hearing this, they tore their clothes and rushed into the crowd, shouting and saying: ‘Men, why are you doing this? We too are men of the same nature as you, and we preach the gospel to you, so that you may turn from these vain things to the living God, who made heaven, earth, sea, and all that is in them."After Paul rebuked these people, they dragged him out of the city, stoned him, and left him for dead. The eleven, therefore, shows disorder and incompleteness. Because of this, this number is often associated with grades. Similarly, Egypt was handicapped by refusing to let Israel go. Then God brought ten plagues on Egypt - the judgments of God. The eleventh crime took place at the Red Sea when Pharaoh tried to restore the "Church in the Wilderness" to slavery. They were out of order. Canaan himself had eleven sons (1. Moses 10:15-18). The Canaanite kings symbolically represent the inner strongholds in our mind (2 crowns 10:4, 5) that keep us from fully submitting to Christ. Likewise there were eleven dukes or chiefs of Edom (1. Moses 36:40-43).

12(yod-beth)Perfection/Authority State

To write twelve in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: jod-beth. These signify the hand (result) of the house in harmony under divine authority. Twelve is the number of the perfection of government and divine authority. Then comes 11, which is the disorder that precedes this perfection. There were 12 sons of Jacob in the Old Testament and 12 apostles in the New Testament. There are 12 foundations in the New Jerusalem (Revelation 21:14). It also has 12 gates and 12 angels at the gates (Revelation 21:12) and 12 door beads (Revelation 21:21). The city is square at 12,000 stadia (Revelation 21:16). The wall is 144 cubits high (Revelation 21:17), which is 12 x 12. This is all meant to represent the concept of divine rule and order. Although all priests and kings were anointed, the Old Testament specifically mentions 12 anointed men. The first five are priests; the last seven are kings: 1. Aaron (Lew. 8:12) 2. Nadab (Lew. 8:30;10:1) 3. Abihu (Lew. 8:30;10:1) 4. Eleazar (Lew. 8:30;10:12) 5. Itamar (Lew. 8:30;10:12) 6. Saul (1 Sam. 10:1); the sixth is the choice of man (1 Sam. 8:18) 7.David (1 Sam. 16:13); the seventh is the choice of God (1 Sam. 13:14) 8. Absalom (2 Sam. 19:10) 9. Solomon (1 Reyes 1:39) 10. Jehu (2 Reyes 9:6) 11. Joash (2 Reyes 11:12) 12. Jehoahaz (2 Reyes 23:30) Jesus spoke of 12 thrones on which the 12 apostles would sit to judge the 12 tribes of Israel (Mate. 19:28). Solomon had 12 officers or deputies who ruled with responsibilities in his house (1 Reyes 4:7). The twelfth time Jesus is mentioned is inMate. 4:10, where he declares the truth of divine dominion:"Then Jesus said to him, 'Go away, Satan! For it is written: 'You shall worship the Lord your God, and him only shall you serve.'"

13 (yod-guimel)Rebellion, Verbtheit

To write thirteen in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: Yod-gimel. These signify the hand (impact) of pride. The number thirteen speaks of rebellion and depravity. The first appearance of the number 13 in the Bible is found in1. Moses 14:4, where means a time of rebellion:"For twelve years they had served Chedorlaomer, but in the thirteenth year they rebelled."There were 13 tribes of Israel, including Levi, after Joseph received a double share with two tribes, Ephraim and Manasseh. And when the tribes received their inheritances in Canaan, there were also 13 inheritances. Levi received no inheritance, but Manasseh received a double portion, one on each side of the Jordan. These show the rebellious heart of Israel according to the flesh. InMarcos 7:21, 22Jesus lists 13 sins that spring from the heart of a carnal man. The word "dragon" appears 13 times in the Book of Revelation. dr. Bullinger points out on pages 206, 207 of his book Number in the Scriptures that in the lineage of Cain (from Adam to Tubal Cain) if we add the gematria of all the names it is 2223, a multiple of 13 (13 x 171). He compares this to the lineage from Adam to Japheth (Noah's eldest son), which is 3168. This is also the gematria of "Lord Jesus Christ". (800 + 888 + 1480 = 3168) On pages 216 and 217, Dr. Bullinger points out that the names of the kings of Judah have a gematria of 4400 (8 x 550), while the names of the kings of Israel have a gematria of 3900 (13 x 300). While the kings of Judah (David's offspring) were far from perfect, they provided the genealogy of Jesus Christ, while the kings of Israel were in open rebellion against the house of David in Jerusalem. Thus the gematria of the kings of Israel is a multiple of 13, the number of rebellion or depravity.

14(yod-daleth)release, release

To write fourteen in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: Jod-Daleth. These signify the hand (impact) of the door. It represents the release or release from prison with the opening of the door. Fourteen is the number of release or release. Israel was freed from Egypt by the Passover lamb, which was sacrificed on the 14th day of the first month (Passover). When the ship carrying Paul to Rome was caught in the storm on the fourteenth (Acts 27:33, 34). In1. Moses 12:10Abram went down to Egypt to redeem himself from the famine in Canaan. This was the fourteenth time that Abram's name was mentioned in Scripture. The fourteenth time Abraham is mentioned is in1. Moses 18:13, where the Lord told them that Sarah would give birth to a boy (Isaac) in the next year. As Sarah laughed, the Lord said:"Is anything too hard for the Lord?"The fourteenth time the name Israel is mentioned is in Genesis 45:28, when Jacob-Israel realized that God had delivered Joseph. This also released Jacob himself from his second "time of trouble" of 21 years, because Joseph had been presumed dead for 21 years. The fourteenth time that the name of Joshua is mentioned is inAnz. 27:22. It was the occasion when Moses laid his hands on him to commission him to replace Moses. This released Joshua at his call and released Moses from his own call. The fourteenth time that the name of Jesus is mentioned in the book of Luke is inLucas 4:35. Jesus freed a man from a demon.

quince(yod-hey)new address
To write fifteen in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: yod-hey. These signify the hand (impact) of the inspiration of the Holy Spirit that gives us a new direction in life. Fifteen is the number of the new address.Salmo 15it speaks of entering God's rest as we dwell on God's holy mountain. This is a new direction from the normal walk of the carnal man. Just as eight follows the perfect cycle of seven and is the number of new beginnings, 15 follows 14 (the second cycle of seven). Israel left Egypt on the morning of the 15th day of the first month. After being held captive in Egypt for so long, it marked a new direction for the nation. The fifteenth time Noah is mentioned is in1. Moses 7:7,
"Then Noah and his sons and his wife and his sons' wives went into the ark with him because of the waters of the flood."It was a new direction not only for Noah's family but also for the entire earth. Abram is mentioned for the fifteenth time1. Moses 12:14, "And it came to pass that when Abram entered Egypt, the Egyptians saw that the woman was very beautiful." Here we find Abram taking a new direction by going to Egypt. The fifteenth time Abraham is mentioned is in Gen.18:16,“Then the men arose from there and looked towards Sodom; and Abraham went with them to send them away.”After the two angels appeared to Abraham, they were ready to go to Sodom in a new direction. The fifteenth time Isaac is mentioned is in1. Moses 24:14, where Eliezar had gone to Haran to find a wife for Isaac. He came to a well and needed to know which way to go, so he prayed that God's chosen bride for Isaac would offer him and his camels something to drink. Rebekah showed up and did it. The fifteenth time that Jacob is mentioned is in1. Moses 27:21,"Then Isaac said to Jacob: 'Please come closer so I can feel you, my son, whether you are really my son Esau or not.'Again the idea of ​​movement comes to the fore, the new direction being towards Isaac. The fifteenth time the name of Israel is mentioned is in1. Moses 46:1,"So Israel went out with all that they had and came to Beersheba and offered sacrifices to the God of their father Isaac."Israel took a new direction, this time to Beersheba. The fifteenth time that Joseph is mentioned is in1. Moses 37:28, where Joseph's brothers pulled him out of the well and sold him to the Ishmaelites, effectively sending him in a new direction to Egypt. InRichter 19:10Jerusalem is mentioned for the fifteenth time,
“But the man did not want to spend the night, so he got up and went and came to a place opposite Jebus (which means Jerusalem)…”The man walked and walked in a new direction. The fifteenth time David is mentioned is in1 Sam. 17:23, 24, where Goliath challenged the armies of Israel.
“…and he [Goliath] spoke the same words; and David heard them. When all the men of Israel saw the man, they fled from him and were terribly afraid."The Israelites fled in a new direction. In the New Testament, Jesus is mentioned for the fifteenth timeMate. 4:18-20,“And as he walked by the Sea of ​​Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon, whose name was Peter, and Andrés his brother, who were casting the net into the sea; because they were fishermen. And he said to them, "Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men." And immediately they, leaving their nets, followed him.These disciples were called to a new direction for their lives. In the book of Mark Jesus is mentioned for the fifteenth timeMarcos 3:7, "And Jesus withdrew to the sea with his disciples; and a great multitude from Galilee followed; and also from Judea.”It is evident that Jesus took a new course when he "withdrew into the sea."Lucas 5:8, where Jesus is mentioned for the fifteenth time in this book:"When Simon Peter saw this, he fell at Jesus' feet and said, 'Get away from me, for I am a sinful man, O Lord!'Paul is mentioned for the fifteenth timeActs 15:12, where Paul and Barnabas found crowds willing to hear about the new direction of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Some also consider 15 to be the number of "rest" since the 15th day of the 7th month is the beginning of the Feast of Tabernacles and it was a Sabbath day of rest. However, a Saturday is also a new direction in which people must leave their jobs and do something else. It is also the fifteenth time Naomi has been mentioned.Rut 3:1,"Then Naomi, her mother-in-law, said to her: 'My daughter, should I not seek you safety ['calm' - KJV] so that you are well?'Reading more of the context, you realize that Naomi is sending Ruth in a new direction to get Boaz's attention. The idea of ​​"rest" can certainly go with the number 15 at times, because going from "work" to "rest" is a new direction. But the number 15 has a broader meaning. The first section of the Psalms began with the perfect man in the garden and ended with Noah's flood. Section two began with Nimrod the rebellious and ended with Isaac the obedient servant, the type of Christ who came to redeem the rebellious. Section three of the book of Genesis of Psalms beginning withSalmo 16(KJV), focuses more on the perfect man, Jesus Christ, and His redemptive work on the cross.

To write sixteen in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: yod-vav. These signify the hand (making) of the nail that unites the hearts of two people into one. Sixteen is the number of love. For God's sake, Jesus was nailed to the cross for the sin of the world. The cross revealed God's love for all people.Juan 3:16dice,"For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, so that everyone who believes in him should not perish, but have eternal life."In the great "love chapter" of1 coro. 13:4-8, Paul lists sixteen characteristics of love.
“Love is patient (1), love is kind (2) and is not jealous (3); Love does not boast (4) and is not arrogant (5), does not act indecently (6); does not seek his own (7), does not get irritated (8), does not consider the injustice suffered (9), does not rejoice at injustice (10), but rejoices at the truth (11); supports everything, (12) believes everything (13), expects everything (14), supports everything (15). Love never fails (16)."
In the tabernacle of Moses there were 16 silver pedestals to support the 8 boards on each side.Ex. 26:25dice,"And there will be eight boards with their silver bases, sixteen bases, two bases under one board, and two bases under the other board."The bases held the boards in place and gave the tabernacle stability. But today God dwells in us. We are his temple or his tabernacle. This is what Paul meansEf. 3:17-19,“so that Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith, and that, rooted and grounded in love [the pedestals], you may comprehend with all the saints what is the breadth, length, height, and depth, and know love of Christ who surpasses all knowledge, so that you may be filled with all the fullness of God".The sixteenth time Noah is mentioned is in1. Moses 7:9,"They entered Noah's ark two by two, male and female, as God had commanded Noah."Doesn't that talk about love and marriage? Even all the animals went "in pairs, males and females." The sixteenth time Abram is mentioned is in1. Moses 12:16, where Pharaoh loved Sarah and took her into his harem. The Greek word agape (“divine love”) appears exactly 16 times in the Book of John.

To write seventeen in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: yod-zayin. It means the hand (making) of the spiritual weapons that bring us victory. Seventeen is the number of victory. It is followed by number sixteen, because "love never fails" (1 coro. 13:8). In fact, it must be emphasized that without love there is no final victory. If we add all the numbers from one to seventeen, we get 153, which is the number of fish the disciples caught.Juan 21:11. Since 153 is the numerical value of beni h'elohim, "sons of God," we can see that there is a strong connection between the final victory and the manifestation of the sons of God. The seventeenth mention of Abraham is in1. Moses 18:18, in relation to the final victory and the purpose of his calling:"For Abraham will certainly become a great and mighty people, and in him all the peoples of the earth will be blessed."
The seventeenth time Isaac is mentioned is in1. Moses 24:63, where his girlfriend found him after Eliezar found her. Eliezar means "God helps", and is a kind of Holy Spirit, the "Helper" or "Comforter" sent to find a bride for Christ on earth. When the Bride of Christ comes to meet him, it is a time of great victory.En 1. Moses 27:22we see Jakob mentioned for the seventeenth time. He is related to his victory over Esau when he received Isaac's blessing. In this case, however, he achieved victory by fraud, as his name Jacob suggests. Jacob means "supplanter." In2 Sam. 5:5We find the seventeenth time that Jerusalem is mentioned in the Bible. It says that David reigned 7 years in Hebron and 33 years in Jerusalem. The passage also tells us that David saw Jerusalem and "the stronghold of Zion" (2 Sam. 5:7). This represents David victorious In addition, Jerusalem is mentioned a total of 17 times in the Psalms to represent David's victory in Old Jerusalem, as well as Christ's victory in New Jerusalem. Jeremiah records 17 prayers. Sentence 17 is found inJeremiah 32. The prayer is said as the Babylonian army surrounded Jerusalem. Under such circumstances, the Prophet redeems the land in Anathoth for 17 shekels of silver (Y. 32:9). It should be noted that Anathoth means "answered prayers". Then in32:17-25Jeremiah says his great victory prayer. There is no more prayer in Jeremiah, as if to remind us that once we have gained the victory of answered prayer, no more prayer is needed to obtain the object of prayer.
InMarcos 5:7Jesus is mentioned for the seventeenth time in this gospel, where he triumphs over an unclean spirit. InLucas 5:12, Jesus defeats leprosy the seventeenth time that the name of Jesus appears in the Gospel of Luke. InROM. 8:35-39There are 17 things that cannot separate us from the love of Christ.“Who will separate us from the love of Christ? Will there be tribulation (1) or tribulation (2) or persecution (3) or famine (4) or nakedness (5) or danger (6) or sword (7) As it is written: "Because of you we are slain all the time." day we were considered as slaughter sheep.” But in all these things we triumph overwhelmingly through him who loved us, because I am convinced that neither death (8) nor life (9) nor angels (10) nor principalities (11) nor things present (12) neither the future (13), nor the powers (14), nor the height (15), nor the depth (16), nor any other creation (17) can separate us from the love of God that is within us is Christ Jesus, our Lord".His love triumphs over all this. So, it is clear that the numbers sixteen and seventeen are related, because love is the path to victory, and victory is not possible without the love of God.

18(yod-jet)oppression, slavery
To write eighteen in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: jod-chet. These signify the hand (impact) of a fence (prison) that leads men into slavery or oppression. Eighteen is the number of oppression or slavery. The eighteenth time Abram is mentioned is in1. Moses 12:18, where his wife was in the house of Pharaoh (servant). After Abraham is mentioned for the eighteenth time in1. Moses 18:19says the Lord of Sodom and Gomorrah, who were in sin. The eighteenth mention of Israel is found in1. Moses 46:8, at the beginning of his Egyptian servitude:"These are the names of the children of Israel, Jacob and his sons, who came into Egypt..."The eighteenth time Jesus is mentioned in the Gospel of LukeLucas 5:19, where a paralyzed man tried to come to Jesus to be healed.Lucas 13:16it also says"And this woman, daughter of Abraham that she is, whom Satan bound for eighteen long years, should she not have been released from that bondage on the Sabbath?"

19(hot iodine)faith and ear
To write nineteen in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: Jod-teth. These signify the hand (impact) of the serpent (wisdom). Of course, one can view that negatively, because the wisdom of this world is foolishness before God. But in a positive sense, we see Jesus Christ as the serpent on the tree in the desert and we imagine Jesus Christ on the cross as Jesus inJuan 12:32, 33,“And I, when I am raised from the earth, will draw everyone to Myself. But He said this to indicate the manner of death by which he was to die."The number 19 in Hebrew was intended to illustrate the fact that one must believe in Christ and his cross where he died like a snake on a pole. Those who listen to Moses and look at him (Anz. 21:9) are those who hear and believe. Number 19 involves two things: believing and listening. Although we have said little about the Hebrew letters themselves, it would be useful to do so now. The nineteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet is kof, which literally means "the back of the head." The word image has to do with hearing the voice of God "in the back of the neck." The Hebrew word for "voice" is kol, which begins with kof. When God spoke to Elijah, it was not by storm, earthquake, or fire, but by the "small voice" (1 Reyes 19:11, 12). Jewish author Lawrence Kushner says in His Book of Letters, p. 68, 69, “Kof is one of the two-character letters. There is the other. The lower sign of the kof is the man who invokes Di-s. But Gd is also calling man. With the upper kof mark, he whispers very softly to see if you're really listening. kol d'mama daka. A low, low voice. A little girl. The daughter of a voice, the voice of God, asked kol. like an echo She always listens. "That's great. The voice with which man allows G-d to be present shouting: Holy (kadosh)." It is significant that this Hebrew epistle has two parts. The first depicts God approaching man speaking to him; the second depicts man responding to God by faith. This is the power behind the number 19. It has two parts: God's voice and faith. Therefore, God must make a statement before man can respond to His voice. There are 19 people of faith in the great chapter of faith,Hebrews 11. Starts ataround 3con"By faith we have..." around 4dice,"By faith Abel..." around 5dice,"By faith, Enoch..."The 19 listing is hereabout 32,"By faith the prophets..."They all heard the voice of God, and this produced faith in them, by which they preached the Word and even suffered for it at the hands of those who could not hear.
In Paul's great discussion of justification by faithRomans 3:21a5:2, uses the word "faith" nineteen times, and then the word is not used again untilRomans 9:30. Paul also says inEf. 2:8,“For by grace [5] you have been saved [14] through faith [19]; And not yours, it's a gift from God."Five plus fourteen equals nineteen. Faith is a gift from God because it depends entirely on God speaking first. One cannot hear God until God speaks and He opens our ears to listen. We love him because he first loved us (1 Juan 4:19). InY. 31:18(KJV) where the Prophet prayed,"Turn me around and I will convert, for you are the Lord my God. We can only respond to God if he takes the first step."The salvation of Noah and his family also came by faith after listening to him. They believed what they heard. So they entered the ark and were saved by the flood. Therefore, the nineteenth time Noah is mentioned is in1. Moses 7:13,"On the same day Noah and Shem and Ham and Japheth the sons of Noah and Noah's wife and the three wives of his sons went into the ark with them."The nineteenth time Abram is mentioned is in1. Moses 13:1, where he leaves Egypt and returns to Canaan. This is a prophetic image of salvation after learning a lesson in faith. She went to Egypt with very little faith and so she allowed Sarah to be kidnapped by Pharaoh because he was too afraid to tell people that she was his wife. She left Egypt with much more confidence in God's ability to protect her than on her previous trip to Egypt. The nineteenth time Isaac is mentioned is in1. Moses 24:66,"And the servant [Eliezer] told Isaac all that he had done."As we have already said, Eliezer means 'god of help' and represents the Holy Spirit, the helper or comforter, a lawyer or helper in court. Faith comes by hearing the Spirit of God. So this is a picture of the Holy Spirit speaking to Isaac and giving him understanding of the bride that he found for him. The nineteenth time Paul is mentioned is inActs 15:36,"And after a few days, Paul said to Barnabas: Let us go back and visit the brothers in each city where we have preached the word of the Lord, and see how they are."Notice that the number 19, in turn, is associated with the preaching of the Word and the faith response to that Word. Paul wanted to go back to those cities and see if his preaching had produced lasting faith.

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Kaph is a palm, an open hand, in Hebrew. It means to give freely, palm up, or to cover sin, palm down. There is some disagreement about the meaning of the number 20. Bullinger quotes Dr. Milo Mahan and seems to agree that it is the number of expectation. Ed Vallow says it means redemption. bullinger quoted1. Moses 21:38, 41He said that Jacob waited expectantly for 20 years to take possession of his wives and property before being released. However, this could also indicate that 20 years passed before Jacob was redeemed from slavery.Bullinger also citesRichter 4:3, showing that Israel waited 20 years to be freed from Jabin's oppression. But we could also say that Israel was redeemed from slavery after 20 years. These examples show the negative and positive sides of a number. Seen as a cycle of time, in this case 20 years, time represents a waiting period and can be seen as negative. But seen as THE END of the 20 years, that is positive because it is then the time of salvation. We can look at pretty much all numbers this way. Viewed as time loops, most of these numbers would convey the idea of ​​waiting for the end of time. For example, 40 is the number of exams, trials, or suspended sentences. Israel spent 40 years in the desert to be tested. That was a hardship for her, and in this sense, the number could also be seen in a negative light. But if you look at it as a single point in time, 40 years was when Israel completed their time of probation and was able to enter the Promised Land. It would not be practical to say that 40 was a waiting time, nor would 30 be a waiting time for priestly ordination. In this case, most of these numbers would have the same meaning because when applied to cycle times, they are all wait times. Twenty is the number of salvation. The Hebrew letter kaph represents the number 20, meaning an open palm or a hand that is often cupped as if giving. The Hebrew word gaal means "a redeemer." The word consists of three Hebrew letters: Gimel, Aleph, and Lamed. The Gimel is a camel and carries the idea of ​​being lifted. The rest of the word is EL, which means "God." So a savior (gaal) literally means "exalt God." That is why Jesus saidJuan 12:32-13,“And I, when I am raised from the earth, will draw everyone to Myself. But He said this to indicate the manner of death by which he was to die."Jesus was about to fulfill the literal meaning of the Hebrew word for a Redeemer. Israelite males counted in a census were required to be 20 years old, and each was redeemed or redeemed with half a shekel of silver, the redemption metal (Ex. 30:14). (The number 20 is often associated with silver in Scripture.) Likewise, there were 20 tablets on each side (north and south) of the tabernacle of Moses (Ex. 26:18, 19). paul says clean1 coro. 3:16,"Do you not know that you are the temple of God and that the Spirit of God dwells in you?"Yes, we are God's temple. The most holy place is our spirit; the sanctuary is our soul; and the outer court is our body. Thus, the wall of the tabernacle itself represents the limit of the soul within the body (outer court). The 20 panels speak of the redemption of our souls through the experience of Pentecost.Salmo 34:22dice,"The Lord redeems the souls of his servants."The outer court of the tabernacle was surrounded by a wall anchored by 20 pillars (Ex. 29:10). This wall (curtain of pillars) also represented the "skin" or outer covering of our body. These 20 pillars reveal "the redemption of our body" (ROM. 8:23) by experiencing the Feast of Tabernacles. Our Redeemer, Jesus Christ, not only covered our sin but also willingly gave his life to redeem us from the slavery of sin. Boaz, that great kinsman redeemer and type of Christ, appears 20 times in the Book of Ruth. Likewise, 20 different people are mentioned in the book of Ruth. The twentieth time Abram is mentioned is in1. Moses 13:2,"Now Abram was very rich in cattle, in silver, and in gold."Silver is the METAL of salvation, so here again we see the number 20 associated with silver. The twentieth mention of Abraham is in1. Moses 18:23,"And Abraham came and said, 'Do you really want to take the righteous with the wicked?The answer to this question is no. God will redeem the righteous just as he redeemed Lot in relation to the previous verse. The twentieth time that Jacob is mentioned is in1. Moses 27:36. As we see so often in the examples of Jacob, his carnal application distorts the meaning. At this time Jacob was still cheating, even though he thought he was only helping God. He did not know that his own works (hand) covered his true motives, so he could not see his heart as God saw it. And so, in this example, his "redemption of him" takes the form of an illegal repression:“Then he said: 'Isn't his name Jacob correct, because he pushed me aside these two times? He has taken away my birthright, and behold, now he has taken away my blessing."If Jacob had been led by the Spirit, he would have had faith in God's sovereignty to let God handle the situation. Even if Isaac had given Esau the birthright and blessing, the prophecy was clear that God had chosen Jacob (1. Moses 25:23). Therefore, God could have redeemed Esau's birthright in his own way and in his own time. But Jacob was afraid that God could not keep his word and he thought that God needed help. By doing it himself through deception, he "supplanted" Esau. That is, he usurped the birthright. Therefore, it took God almost 4,000 years to unravel this sin, as I have shown in my book The Fight for the Birthright.The number 20 appears 288 times in the Bible. This is of particular interest since there are two groups of 144,000 in the book of Revelation. The first group is in Revelation 7 and they are presented as warriors being sealed by their centurion. It was customary in those days for warriors who emerged unscathed from battle to have a mark on their foreheads to indicate that they had been protected by God. This is the meaning given inEzekiel 9:4What. The other group of 144,000, those who sing the new song, are mentioned inRevelation 14. we read about itRevelation 14:4,"These are the ones who have not defiled between (meta, 'with, in the sense of between or between') women."So it is obvious that the first group of 144,000 is male and the second group is female. Together they make 288,000. This number is found in connection with the reign of David in the Old Testament. Since Psalm 20 was written by David and is prophetic, we can say that David's kingdom was a type of Christ's kingdom as presented in the book of Revelation. David had 288,000 warriors - 24,000 from each of the 12 tribes (1 Cr. 27:1) – as well as 288 trained singers (1 Cr. 25:7). It is no coincidence that "the bride, the wife of the Lamb" (Revelation 21:9) has a numerical value of 2880. It is no coincidence that "the joy of the Lord" (Mate. 25:21) has a numerical value of 2880. It is no coincidence that the Hebrew word charaph, "engaged," has a numerical value of 288. It is no coincidence that "a sacred calling" (2 tim. 1:9) has a numerical value of 288. As we have already said, there are 20 different people mentioned in the Book of Ruth, which is the story of the Kinsman Redeemer. He speaks of the redemption of the captive Bride, the wife of the Lamb, to enter into the joy of the Lord, which is his holy vocation. All of this is by the power of the Spirit, whose work was manifested in creation when the Spirit of God moved, floated, or hovered (rachaph) on the surface of the water (1. Moses 1:2). The Hebrew word rachaph also has a numerical value of 288.

To write twenty-one in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: kaph-aleph. These mean giving power and the power of God's grace to cover sin during our time of spiritual growth. When twenty-one is used in relation to time (as in a period of 21 years) this is the number of difficulties or afflictions (tsarah), during this time we need the power of God offered to us with an open hand. When used as a number in its own right, it speaks of the end of difficulties. Then he talks about the blessing at the end. Israel entered the land of Canaan after 21 sins were recorded against them during their wilderness wanderings. But the tabernacle had 21 covers to cover all the sins of Israel (Ex. 26:3, 7). So we see God's provision in the midst of this need. Sin is always a cause of anguish because God brings anguish to teach them the consequences of his sin. But 21 is also the number that means the end of difficulties. Jacob's time of need ended after 21 years. At the end of that tribulation he went to Bethel and"He called on the name of the Lord"Likewise, the 21st time Abram is mentioned is in1. Moses 13:3, where he returned to Bethel after a difficulty in Egypt. Verse 4 says that he was there "calling on the name of the Lord." The 21st time Isaac is mentioned is in1. Moses 24:67, after Eliezer returns from finding a wife (Raquel) for his master."So Isaac took her to his mother Sarah's tent, and she became his wife; and he loved her; thus Isaac [nacham] was comforted after his mother's death."Although we are not told if Isaac was in despair while waiting for his bride, we do know that this prophesies the time when the bride of Christ will join him. Prophetically speaking, the time of the world's troubles and tribulations will end on the day that Christ meets his bride. That day is foreshadowed by David's coronation in Jerusalem, on the occasion of whichSalmo 21it was written. The 21st time Jacob is mentioned is in1. Moses 27:41,“Then Esau was angry with Jacob for the blessing with which his father had blessed him, and Esau said to himself: “The days of mourning for my father are near; then I will kill my brother Jacob.Jacob is the deceiver, the supplanter, and in this verse Esau plans to kill him. Jacob's deceit had provoked this reaction from Esau. You can't just blame Esau for that. We need to realize that although Jacob was a believer and a believer in God, he was not yet spiritually mature because he thought that God needed the arm of flesh to help him accomplish his purposes. Jacob also felt justified in lying to his father in order to obtain the birthright that God had promised him before he and his brother were born. This immature attitude led him into that time of trouble or tribulation, and at the end of that time, having learned his lesson, God changed his name to Israel. So if we look at the 21st time Israel is mentioned, it's in1. Moses 47:27dice,“And Israel dwelt in the land of Egypt in Goshen, and they acquired goods in it, and they were fruitful and multiplied greatly."
Notice how this represents a time of prosperity and fertility rather than hardship. This example is of particular interest because it links fertility with being in Egypt. It is about fertility by the name of Israel. But it is a time in Egypt that has created a mixed situation of pain and joy. We know that the name Israel was given to the sons of Joseph (1. Moses 48:16). The 21st time Joseph is mentioned is in1. Moses 39:2,"And the Lord was with Joseph, so that he became a prosperous man. And he was in the house of his master the Egyptian."Here we see the same kind of contrast. Joseph was held captive in Egypt, but he was also “a prosperous man” who prospered in the midst of adversity. The 21st time Joshua is mentioned is inDeut. 31:3, where Moses told the people of Israel that Joshua would lead them to the Promised Land:
“It is the Lord your God who will pass before you; he will destroy these nations before you, and you will despoil them.This was an indication of the end of Israel's wilderness journey after they committed their 21 sins in the wilderness. The time of tribulation in the wilderness for the nation of Israel had come to an end, and Joshua was about to lead them to the promised land. Anguish, then, is the meaning of the number 21 as it is used in the Scriptures. The Hebrew word for distress or trouble, tsarah, is used inY. 30:7, which speaks of the "time of Jacob's trouble" (NASB). The KJV translates it as "Jacob's time of trouble." Jacob had two times of trouble, each of which lasted 21 years. The first time he got into trouble was when he was essentially kicked out of Canaan by Esau, who conspired to kill him. He worked for Laban for 20 years and returned to Canaan in the year 21, which was a sabbatical year off. Furthermore, there were 21 years between his trips to Bethel. On his first trip to Bethel, he had a dream of angels going up and down on him. On his second trip to Bethel, he buried the household idols and built an altar to God. Genesis 35:3 2, 3 says:“Then God said to Jacob, Arise, go up to Bethel, and stay there, and build there an altar to God who appeared to you when you fled from your brother Esau. Then Jacob said to his household and to all that were with him, "Put away your foreign gods that are among you, and cleanse yourselves and change your clothes, and let us arise and go up to Bethel, and I will make one." responded in the day of my need [Tsarah] and was with me wherever I went."The word rendered "anguish" is the same word in which it is usedY. 30:7,"Alas! For this day is great, there is none like it; and it is the time of Jacob's trouble [Tsarah], but he shall be saved from it."Jacob's second journey to Bethel thus ended the first 21 years of his "time of trouble." It was a time of slavery, but without her she would not have had his wives, Leah and Raquel. So this 21-year period had both a downside and a bright side. The pain he felt from Laban's slavery was outweighed by the joy he felt at the prospect of marrying Rachel. So we read in1. Moses 29:20,"And Jacob ministered to Rachel seven years, and they seemed to him a few days, because of the love he had for her."Jacob's second bad moment was when he was separated from Joseph for 21 years. José had dreams of him at the age of 17 (1. Moses 37:2), which angered his brothers. The Book of Jasher tells us that he was sold to Egypt shortly thereafter at the age of 18. The Bible tells us that Joseph was 30 years old when he became Prime Minister of Egypt under Pharaoh (1. Moses 41:46) after the interpretation of his dreams. Seven years of plenty followed, ending when Joseph was 37 years old. Then, in the second year of the famine, when Joseph was 39 years old, he revealed his identity to his brothers and his father. Joseph was 18 years old when he was sold to Egypt (Jacob assumed he was dead). Eighteen is the number of oppression or slavery. José was 39 years old when he revealed to his father that he was alive and well. From Jacob's point of view, this was a 21-year period of mental anguish during which he thought his son had been murdered and lost forever. We must also remember that much of the anguish was wondering how God's promise could have failed, since Joseph was the birthright holder. But the time of trouble ended happily and God's promise was finally fulfilled. Thus ended Jacob's second "time of trouble" of 21 years.

22(kaf-what)filiation, children of light
To write twenty-two in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: kaph-beth. These signify that the open palm gives something to the house or home. He talks about the order of fertility in1. Moses 1:28,"Be fruitful and multiply."Twenty-two is the number of Filiation or Children of Light. This is the first parentage pledge which, together with the Dominion Mandate, formed the birthright. This fertility mandate was later given to Joseph when Jacob consented1. Moses 49:22,"Joseph is a fruitful branch"[ben, "son"], builder of the house of God. Ed Vallwe's book Biblical Mathematics, pages 138 and 139, says that 22 is the number of light, butSalmo 22does not support his interpretation. Valwe says
“TWENTY TWO is the number associated with LIGHT. There were TWENTY-FIVE bowls for putting oil in the tabernacle lampstand. . . The chandelier with its lamps served to give light. “The saved are called the children of Light. . . “In the Gospel of John the word LUZ VINTIDOS appears.” Certainly 22 carries the idea of ​​light because the victors -the children of God- are the children of light. But the meaning of 22 is broader than just light. It encompasses all aspects of parentage, including authority, as we'll see shortly. As Vallowe says, there were 22 almonds on the 7 branches of the lampstand in the tabernacle (Ex. 25:31-37). The lampstand gave light to the sanctuary and is a type of Christ, asJuan 1:9tells us: It was the true light that comes into the world and illuminates every human being. But that is also related to the concept of authority. Innumbers 16we read about Korah's rebellion. Korah challenged the authority of Moses and Aaron. After God has judged him, the next chapter establishes the authority of Aaron and the tribe of Levi in ​​general. The princes of each tribe had to take their rods of power to the tabernacle, where they were placed in the sanctuary overnight.Anz. 17:8dice,“And it came to pass on the morrow that Moses entered into the tabernacle of meeting; and, behold, Aaron's rod for the house of Levi had risen and had put forth buds and blossoms and had given ripe almonds.“In it we see that almonds have to do with divine authority. Thus the almonds on the lampstand speak of those whom God has chosen to be the light of the world and to rule in the kingdom of God. That supreme authority is Jesus Christ, but it also speaks of those called as priests of God to reign with Him (Revelation 5:10;20:6). Thus, the chandelier is more than light; it is also authority. Putting them together we see that these things characterize the children of God. So 22 is the filiation number. InAnz. 3:39There were 22,000 priests of Levi who redeemed the firstborn sons of Israel. A thousand is the number of glory, so 22,000 speaks of "the glorified sons." Thus these 22,000 priests of Levi represented all of Levi's firstborn sons. They represented the revealed sons of God, the true sons of light, whom God set apart to teach the word and give the law to men through the mind of Christ. In2 Cr. 7:5Solomon sacrificed 22,000 sheep to God when he dedicated the temple on the eighth day of Tabernacles. This again speaks of the 22,000 true sheep consecrated and delivered to God, who are the glorified firstborn sons. Light is not mentioned in this example. Talk about sheep. The sheep speak of the children of God. In the New Testament, Saul is mentioned exactly 22 times in the New Testament, all in Acts. This is because he is an example of sonship. Saul was converted and his name changed to Paul. He shows us the way from Pentecost to tabernacles. The twenty-second time Saul is mentioned is inActs 26:14, where he tells King Agrippa of the glorious nature of his conversion:"And when we all fell to the ground, I heard a voice in a Hebrew dialect saying to me: 'Saul, Saul, why are you chasing me? It's hard for you to kick the spikes."Most people don't understand this last statement because they don't know the Hebrew language. The word for God is El, which is written alef and lamed. Aleph is an ox, a symbol of strength. Lamed means ox goad, a symbol of authority over the ox. So He means the strong authority. So when Jesus told Saul that it was hard for him to step on the nails, he meant that Saul was fighting against God himself, the strong authority, the Sovereign. When Saul was forced to acknowledge the sovereignty of Jesus Christ, he was converted and eventually began to bear the name Paul. Paul means "little," and it was in contrast to what was said about his ancestor, King Saul, who was tall, towering head and shoulders above all others (1 Sam. 10:23). As Saul became small in his own eyes, he became taller in God's eyes. The 22nd time Abraham is mentioned is in1. Moses 25:5,"Now Abraham gave all he had to Isaac."Isaac was the heir of the promise and was a type of Christ in that sense, because after he died and rose again he ascended and the Father put everything under his feet (authority). And the children of God are joint-heirs with Christ (ROM. 8:17).
Likewise, the 22nd time Joseph is mentioned is in1. Moses 37:4,“Thus Joseph found favor in his [Potiphar's] eyes and became his personal servant; and he made him steward of his house, and gave him all that he had.Joseph, the type of Christ at His second coming, was given authority over all that Potiphar owned. However, Christ, the Head and Body of Christ, is given authority over all that belongs to Him, creation itself. This speaks of reigning as sons. Joshua is another great type of Christ since he had the same name as Jesus (Yeshua). The 22nd time Joshua is mentioned is inDeut. 31:7where authority was given"The Church in the Desert"(Acts 7:38) and was entrusted with the duty of giving them their inheritances:"Then Moses called Joshua and said to him in the sight of all Israel: Be strong and courageous, for you will go with this people into the land that the Lord swore to their fathers to give them, and you will give it to them as an inheritance."The 22nd time David is mentioned is in1 Sam. 17:34, where he tells Saul that he rescued a lamb from a lion and a bear, so why should he fear Goliath? As a type of Christ, David delivered the lambs from death. Jesus, the antitype, also delivered the lambs (people) from death by laying down his life for them on the cross.

23(brown-yellow)death and resurrection life
To write twenty-three in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: kaph-gimel. These signify the open hand when picking up - in this case picking up from death. Twenty-three is the number of death and resurrection life. InROM. 1:28-32There are 23 things listed that are "worthy of death":
"And since it no longer seemed right to them to acknowledge God, God gave them over to a corrupted mind to do things that are not right, full of all unrighteousness (1), wickedness (2), greed (3), wickedness (4), full of envy (5), murder (6), strife (7), deceit (8), malice (9), gossips (10), 30 slanderers (11), haters of God (12), insolent (13) , arrogant (14), boastful (15), inventor of evil (16), disobedient to parents (17), incomprehensible (18), unreliable (19), loveless (20), ruthless (21), and although they know God's order that those who practice such things are worthy of death, and they not only do the same (22), but also wholeheartedly approve of those who practice them (23).”The 23rd time Noah is mentioned is in1. Moses 7:23, "So he destroyed every living thing that was on the face of the earth, from men to beasts, reptiles and birds of the sky, and they were annihilated from off the earth; and only Noah was left, along with those who were with him in the ark."
The 23rd time Jacob is mentioned is in1. Moses 27:42,“When Rebekah was informed of the words of Esau, her older son, she sent and called Jacob, her younger son, and said to him: Behold, Esau your brother comforts himself in you and plans to kill you.Israel is mentioned for the 23rd time1. Moses 47:31, where he has just given Joseph instructions on where to bury him after his death. The 23rd time Joshua is mentioned is inDeut. 31:14,“Then the Lord said to Moses: Behold, the time of your death is near; shout Joshua, and come to the Tent of Meeting, so that I commission him.”Jerusalem is mentioned for the 23rd time2 Sam. 10:14, where David returned from battle after defeating the Arameans. Another battle then ensued, in which another 700 charioteers and 40,000 horsemen were killed (about 18).

To write twenty-four in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: kaph-daleth. These signify the open hand when opening a door, that is, an open hand that shows us and offers us the door of the priesthood and the entrance to the sanctuary of God.
Twenty-four is the number of the priesthood. Just as the number 12 is the number of governmental perfection, its multiple (24) is the number of the priesthood, where the call to spiritual government resides. It is a heavenly government of priesthood instead of a political government of kings.
God revealed the design of the heavenly temple to David so that he could draw the plans for the temple on earth that his son Solomon would build. These patterns included a change in the priesthood from 12 to 24 priestly courses (1 Cr. 24:1-18). That's why we also readRevelation 4:4of the 24 elders around the throne after which the earthly manifestation was modeled. In1 Cr. 24:1-18, where David divided the priesthood into 24 courses, we find another natural division. The 24 courses consist of 16 men from the family of Eleazar and 8 from the family of Ithamar (1 Cr. 24:4). Number 16 speaks of love while number 8 speaks of new beginnings. Therefore, the number 24, which signifies the priesthood, cannot be understood without the context of a new beginning (8) of spiritual rebirth and love as the basis of his character.
It is interesting that the name of Jesus is mentioned for the 24th time in the book of John.Juan 3:3, What do you say,"Jesus answered and said to him, Truly, truly, I tell you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God."It is about a new beginning in life and connects the number 8 with the priesthood (24). Most of the time, the twenty-fourth time a code name is used speaks of some aspect of the work or duty that a true priest of God has to do, be it intercession, healing, or dominion. For example, the 24th time that the name José appears is in1. Moses 39:6, where we read this Potiphar"everything he owned was left in the care of José".Jesus said inLucas 12:44of good administrators"Truly I tell you, he will put him in charge of all his possessions."This is the Melchizedek Priesthood taken from every tribe, tongue, and nation (Revelation 5:9, 10), for they will be made a kingdom of priests and will rule over the earth.

The Hebrew number 25 is made up of two Hebrew letters, kaph and hey. Kaph is an open palm, the act of giving or covering. Hey means inspiration or breath of God and generally has to do with the Holy Spirit. So the 25th has to do with the laying on of hands to bless people with the Holy Spirit.
Twenty-five is the number of blessing. It's five squared, so twenty-five is related to five, the number of grace. The blessing is based on the idea of ​​grace. The 25th time Noah's name is mentioned is in1. Moses 8:6, which tells of Noah opening the window of the ark to let in the cool breeze which signifies the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. At that time he sent the raven (unclean spirit) for the first time to show that the Flood had not yet solved the problem of unclean spirits. Then he sent the three doves to indicate the solution to this problem. The doves indicate the three historical occasions when the Holy Spirit is poured out in the Easter Age, the Pentecostal Age, and the Tabernacle Age. The 25th time the name of Isaac is mentioned is in1. Moses 25:11, where we read"And it came to pass after the death of Abraham, that God blessed his son Isaac; and Isaac dwelt in Beer-lahai-roi."The twenty-fifth time that the name of Jacob is mentioned is in1. Moses 28:1,“Then Isaac called Jacob and blessed him and commanded him and said: 'You shall not marry the daughters of Canaan.'The 25th time that the name of Israel appears is in1. Moses 48:8when he calls Joseph to his bed to BLESS his two sons Ephraim and Manasseh. The twenty-fifth mention of the name Abraham is in1. Moses 19:29, where it is said that God brought Lot out of Sodom before its destruction. That certainly was a blessing for Lot and Abraham.
The 25th time that the name of José is mentioned is in1. Moses 39:6, where Potiphar put all his belongings under the authority of Joseph. He blessed Joseph with authority. The 25th time that the name of Joshua is mentioned is inDeut. 31:23, where Moses gives him authority:
“Then he charged Joshua the son of Nun and said to him: 'Be strong and courageous, for you will bring the children of Israel to the land that I swore to them, and I will be with you.'Moses blessed Joshua with authority and the presence of God just as Potiphar blessed Joseph1. Moses 39:6. Therefore, the number 25 signifies blessings, especially through the bestowal of the Holy Spirit and the authority to fulfill the calling for which the Holy Spirit is equipping us.

26(caf-vav)power of redemption
To write twenty-six in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: kaph-vav. These signify an open hand with a nail. The power of salvation is represented by the hands of Jesus nailed to the cross. Twenty-six is ​​the number that signifies the power of salvation. The Hebrew word translated "salvation" is Yeshua, which is the Hebrew name for Jesus. Thus, the power of salvation is also the power of Yeshua (Jesus). Likewise, the Hebrew name of Yahweh (YHVH) has a numerical value of 26. (Y=10; H=5; V=6; H=5) The 26th time Noah's name is used in the Bible is in1. Moses 8:11, where we read of the second and third dove that Noah sent into the world. These two doves represent the Holy Spirit, through whom the gospel, "the power of God unto salvation" (Romans 1:16)—should be preached throughout the world. This began at Pentecost and will be completed with the third dove, the third feast (Feast of Tabernacles). This third outpouring of the Holy Spirit will see the fullness of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit and bring the power of salvation to its full manifestation on earth. The 26th time Abrams' name is mentioned is in1. Moses 13:14, where God told him to walk the earth in all directions, because God would give it to him. It is a prophetic indication that all things will be placed under the feet of Christ, not by carnal weapons, but by the power of redemption. The twenty-sixth time that the name of Joshua is mentioned is inDeut. 34:9, where we read“And Joshua the son of Nun was filled with the spirit of wisdom, because Moses had laid his hands on him; and the children of Israel listened to him and did as the Lord commanded Moses.”
In this particular series of types, Moses is a type of Christ, and Joshua is the body of Christ "filled with the Spirit of wisdom." These Spirit-filled believers, like Paul, are not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God unto salvation (ROM. 1:16). This is the healing power (Jesus) that works in them. The twenty-sixth time the name of David is mentioned is in1 Samuel 17:39, where David is equipped with the sword to face Goliath, the world system. Of course, he rejects the use of the carnal sword, trusting in his sling and the five smooth stones of mercy. Grace is the power of salvation. Paul is mentioned for the 26th timeActs 16:18, where Paul casts out the spirit of prophecy (“Python”) as a demonstration of healing power (Jesus). The twenty-sixth time Peter's name is mentioned in Acts is inActs 9:40. Peter raises Dorcas from the dead in another demonstration of the power of redemption. Psalm 26 (i.e.,Salmo 27) commemorates the return of Jacob-Israel to Bethel, the "House of God" to meet Yahweh. I like1. Moses 8:11, 12, this story tells of the Holy Spirit empowering God's people to bring the gospel of salvation (Jesus Christ) to all mankind.

27(Kaf-Zayin)Salvation Ministry
To write twenty-seven in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: kaph-zayin. These signify the open hand at the service of spiritual warfare.
Twenty-seven is the number of the ministry of salvation, and naturally follows 26, which is the power of salvation. We must first receive the power of salvation in order to do the work of the ministry of salvation. Thus, 27 represents the weapons of our militia that have been given to us to fulfill the ministry of salvation.2 crowns 10:3, 4dice,"For although we walk in the flesh, we do not make war according to the flesh, because the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but powerful in God to destroy strongholds."Twenty-seven is 17 plus 10. The number 17 is victory and 10 is law. In1 tim. 3:1-7Paul gives 17 requirements for the ministry of the Word in victory. If we add 10 to this number (the law), we see that 27 indicates the ministry of salvation, not without law, but including the revelation of the law as part of God's Word. Our ministry is to present the gospel of Jesus Christ. The numerical value of "The gospel is the power of God" (Romans 1:16) is 27 x 100. The essence of the gospel is believing that Jesus is the Son of God. Very clean1 Juan 4:15,"Jesus is the son of god"has a numerical value of 27 x 111. Also inMarcos 3:11,"You are the Son of God"has a numerical value of 27 x 111. InMate. 1:23, read,"Behold, a virgin shall conceive and bear a son"which carries a numerical value of 27 x 111.
During the Pentecostal era, the gospel was preached by those who still see dimly through the looking glass (1 coro. 13:12), and therefore partly know and partly prophesy (1 coro. 13:9). Such words describe Jacob's condition after his first trip to Bethel. But on his second trip to Bethel we see the type of the Feast of Tabernacles. He now he has seen God"dear to dear"(1. Moses 32:30) by the angel (Peniel). Likewise, the disciples fished on the left side (judgment) of the boat all night without catching anything. This shows their attempt to be "fishers of men" with a flawed evangelical message. Then Jesus came and said come in.Juan 21:6,"Cast the net to the right side [of mercy] of the ship and you will find it."This statement has a numerical value of 27 x 153. The 27 indicates the ministry of salvation; 153 is the number of fish they caught (Juan 21:11) representing the sons of God. Joshua is Yeshua and is a type of Christ. The twenty-seventh time that the name Joshua appears in the Scriptures is inJoshua 1:1, where God told him that now that Moses was dead it was time to cross the Jordan to Canaan. Under the Old Covenant, of course, the conquest of Canaan was by physical sword; but under the New Covenant the disciples were told to go into the world and preach the gospel to all creation and baptize them. Thus, the New Covenant "kills" the flesh by the sword of the spirit, leading them to their salvation. This death of the flesh and resurrection as a new creation is symbolized by baptism. The ministry of redemption preached by the overcomers under the anointing of the Feast of Tabernacles is a pure word. The Hebrew word for pure is zak, which has a numerical value of 27.

28(buy-jet)spirit guide
To write twenty-eight in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: kaph-jet. These signify the open palm that covers the inner chamber of the heart.
Twenty-eight is the number of the guidance of the Spirit. dr. Bullinger's number in Scripture says very little about this number, treating it mostly as 7 x 4. Ed Valllowe's book Biblical Mathematics unconvincingly treats the number 28 in relation to 23 + 5 and says it means eternal life. He comes to this conclusion because it follows the number 27, which he believes means "preach the gospel." His logic is that eternal life follows the preaching of the gospel. I find the number 27 points to the ministry of salvation, which is quite similar to Valowe's preaching of the gospel. This semantic difference is relatively insignificant. More important is the concept of what comes after this ministry. What comes after someone accepts Christ? Is it not the guidance of the Spirit? The gospel, as presented by most people, is about the Passover experience, that is, accepting Christ and being justified by faith. As a Baptist evangelist, Ed Vallwe focuses on the idea of ​​eternal life as a result of the gospel, but many biblical examples show that it is really about the leading of the Spirit. I did not find any example where 28 clearly indicated the idea of ​​eternal life. In the first chapter of Matthew, the genealogy of Christ is divided into three sections of 14 each.Mate. 1:17dice,“Therefore, all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations, and from David to the Babylonian deportations are fourteen generations, and from the Babylonian deportations to the time of Christ are fourteen generations.“So, the number 28 must be seen in connection with the number 14, which is the number of deliverance, and with the number 42. These three numbers represent in a certain sense Passover, Pentecost and Tabernacles. Due to the events of the night of 14/15, Israel became Abib released from Egypt for Passover, the number 28 indicates the leading of the Holy Spirit, indicating Pentecost, and finally, the number 42 has to do with the total anointing. of Christ, indicating the tabernacles. The number 28 is the culmination of the second period of 14 generations. After 28 generations from Abraham, the people of Judah were taken captive to Babylon. Due to a general lack of understanding of the nature of Pentecost, most people find this confusing because one would think that Pentecost would be a time of freedom rather than slavery. However, if we understand that Pentecost is a leavened feast and that King Saul was a Pentecostal type, the connection becomes clearer. Israel left Egypt for the Passover and spent their days of Pentecost in the desert under Moses. They were to enter the Promised Land at the time of the Feast of Tabernacles. And so we find that after 28 generations Judah was led into another "wilderness" type experience out of the land where he had to trust in the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
InEcclesiastes 3:2-8They give us 28 "times" divided into 14 x 2.
1. Time to be born Time to die.
2. Time to plant Time to harvest
3. Time to kill Time to heal
4. A time to break A time to build
5. Time to cry Time to laugh
6. Mourning time Dance time
7. Time to throw stones Time to collect stones
8. Time to embrace Time to abandon
9. Time to win Time to lose
10. A time to keep A time to throw away
11. Time to tear Time to sew
12. Time to be silent Time to speak
13. Time to love Time to hate
14. Time of war Time of peace
This is another example of how the number 28 is Biblically divided into 14 x 2 and is therefore associated with the number 14. Studying this, we find that many men in the Bible have had to walk, walk, or do something the 28th time his name is mentioned. It is clear that they must act according to the instructions of the Holy Spirit. The twenty-eighth time Noah's name is mentioned is in1. Moses 8:15, where God told him to “come out of the ark” (about 16). As he walked, he followed the leading of the Spirit. The twenty-eighth time Abrams's name is mentioned is in1. Moses 14:12, where the kings of Elam and Babylon captured Lot (Abraham's nephew) in war with Sodom. This is like taking Judah captive to Babylon many years later, after 28 generations. One can easily draw a parallel between Lot and the people of Judah, showing how each of them was full of leaven to be cleansed by some tribulation. The twenty-eighth time Jacob's name is mentioned is in1. Moses 28:6, when Esau realized that Isaac had sent Jacob to Padan-aram to find a wife. Jacob was led by the Spirit. Jacob was still a supplanter or usurper, so God sent him to a foreign land to further purify him through the tribulation. In Laban's slavery he had to learn to be led by the Spirit and upon returning home he became the victor and the angel changed his name to Israel. The twenty-eighth time the name of Israel is mentioned is in1. Moses 48:13, where Joseph took his two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh, to be blessed by Jacob. He was led by the Spirit. The twenty-eighth time the name of Joseph is mentioned is in1. Moses 39:11, where Joseph entered Potiphar's house to fulfill his duties. Potiphar's house is his slave house, and it is there that Potiphar's wife tried to seduce him. It is not difficult to see how Joseph was led by the Spirit while he was in captivity. Again, he is similar to the stories of Lot and Judah. The twenty-eighth time the name of Joshua is mentioned is inJoshua 1:10, where he commanded the people to prepare to cross the Jordan. That, of course, is the purpose of Pentecost, because the leading of the Holy Spirit prepares us to "cross over" to fulfill the Feast of Tabernacles.
The twenty-eighth time the name of David is mentioned is in1 Sam. 17:39. In this passage, Saul gave him his armor to fight Goliath, but David says:"I can't go with that."David took off Saul's armor and faced Goliath with the full armor of God, the spiritual armor given by the Holy Spirit. The twenty-eighth time Peter's name is mentioned is inActs 10:5, where Cornelius was instructed by the Spirit of the Lord to send men to Joppa and inquire at the tanner's house for a man named Peter. This is clearly an example of being led by the Holy Spirit. The twenty-eighth time Paul's name is mentioned is inActs 16:25, where Paul and Silas were praised in prison. An earthquake struck, opening the doors and loosening their chains. The jailer wanted to commit suicide, thinking that the prisoners had escaped, but Paul was led by the Spirit and stayed in prison to lead the man and his family to Christ. finally cleanExodus 26:1, 2We read that Moses' tabernacle was to have ten curtains, each twenty-eight cubits long. These curtains covered the tabernacle to indicate the covering of the Holy Spirit. paul says clean1 coro. 3:16,"Don't you know that you are the temple of God?"The curtains of that tabernacle represented a kind of Holy Spirit that would cover us, our temples. This curtain is, in fact, a word-image of the two Hebrew letters that make up the number 28, kaph (cover) and chet (heart). The fact that there were ten curtains signifies the fulfillment of the law, because Pentecost was a commemoration of the giving of the law on Sinai. So we see the message here that the Holy Spirit writes divine law in our hearts when we listen to his voice and are led by the Spirit.

To write twenty-nine in Hebrew, they wrote two Hebrew letters: kaph-teth. This combination of letters can mean the works (kaph) of the serpent (teth), but in this case the teth has more to do with the idea of ​​encircling or encircling. The snake was often depicted eating its tail to form a circle.
Twenty-nine is the exit number. This is the last issue of the 20 series, which marks a change from roofing your own home to something new. Since the number nine has to do with the judgment of the Holy Spirit, the baptism of fire, it also prepares the number 30, which is about dedication to dominion. The 29th time Noah's name is used (1. Moses 8:18, 19), he and his family leave the ark after the flood. For the twenty-ninth time the name Abram is used (1. Moses 14:12), leaves the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah. For the twenty-ninth time the name Abraham is used (1. Moses 20:11-13), tells Abimelech as he left his father's house. For the twenty-ninth time the name Isaac is used (1. Moses 26:1), leaves Beer-lahairoi to go to Gerar. For the twenty-ninth time the name Jacob is used (1. Moses 28:7), it is said that he left his parents and went to Padan-aram. The twenty-ninth time the name Joshua is mentioned (Joshua 1:12) the tribes of Israel were instructed regarding their crossing of the Jordan. They left the desert and entered the Promised Land. The twenty-ninth time Salem or Jerusalem is mentioned (2 Sam. 15:8), Absalom left Jerusalem for Hebron, where he was preparing to incite rebellion against David. The twenty-ninth time the name of Jesus is mentioned in the book of Matthew (8:34), the people asked him to leave his shores after he had healed the demon-possessed man. For the twenty-ninth time the name of Jesus is mentioned in the Book ofJuan 4:2, 3, we read that he left Judea. The twenty-ninth time Paul's name is mentioned in Acts is inActs 16:28. The earthquake had just occurred and the jailer assumed that all the prisoners had left. But Pablo prevented the jailer from committing suicide by telling him that no one had tried to escape.

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Thirty(laminate)devotion to domination
The number thirty was written in Hebrew as the letter lamed, which literally means an ox goad or a staff. Therefore, it was a symbol of authority, leadership or domination. Thirty is the number of dedication for mastery. It was the age that God designated as the reign of the priests (Anz. 4:23). As we read, José came to power at the age of 30.Genesis 41:46,“Joseph was thirty years old when he appeared before Pharaoh, king of Egypt.David was also thirty years old when he began to reign, we read2 Sam. 5:4,"David was thirty years old when he began to reign, and he reigned for forty years."The fact that Judas sold Jesus for essentially thirty pieces of silver (Mate. 26:15;Zac. 11:12, 13) indicates that Judas presumed to assume authority over Jesus. Thirty pieces of silver was the price of a slave, so Judas claimed to be the ruler and Jesus his slave. This is also the central point of the law inEx. 21:32,"If the ox passes for a slave or a female servant, the owner will give its owner thirty shekels of silver, and the ox will be stoned."Also in this case, thirty is the price of a slave. The length of each curtain over the tabernacle of Moses was thirty cubits (Ex. 36:15). The veils are the coverage of God over the tabernacle, which means the domain of God and the coverage of the true temple, which is the Church. In Biblical Mathematics, Ed Vallwe says that the number thirty means "the blood of Christ." . . Dedication." He justifies this point of view by saying that the number is often associated with notions of sacrifice. But his point of view is too narrow, since the Hebrew letter lame clearly refers to authority or dominion. However, the idea of devotion to mastery ties ideas together and shows their connection.The thirtieth time that Noah's name appears is in1. Moses 8:20,where Noah built a sacrifice after leaving the ark. The thirtieth time that the name of Isaac appears is in1. Moses 25:21, where Rebekah becomes pregnant and gives birth to twins Jacob and Esau. Inabout 23We find the prophecy that Jacob would rule over Esau. The thirtieth time that the name of Jacob appears is in1. Moses 28:10, where he went from Beersheba to Haran. In the following verses (before his name reappears inabout 16), we read that God appeared to him in a dream in Bethel and confirmed the covenant. He has been given authority or dominance in all directions, and even the purpose of the dominion is stated.about 14:"In you and in your seed shall all the families of the earth be blessed."The thirtieth time that the name Josué appears is inJoshua 1:16. He has just instructed the people to leave the desert and enter the Promised Land and now we read:“And they answered Joshua and said: 'All that you have commanded us we will do, and where you send us we will go.'Essentially, through this vow, they dedicated themselves to worship. The thirtieth time the name of Jesus is mentioned in the book ofMateo 9:2, tells the man who is being cured of his paralysis,"Courage, my son, your sins are forgiven."Jesus stated his authority both to forgive sins and to heal, and this immediately sparked controversy among the scribes who thought it was blasphemy. However, Jesus answeredaround 5,"Because what is easier to say: 'Your sins are forgiven you' or to say: 'Get up and walk'?"Jesus demonstrated His power or authority as Messiah and as King of creation, as indicated by the number thirty.

The number thirty-one was written in Hebrew with the letters lamed (authority) and aleph (ox, strength or first). Thirty-one is therefore the gematria of El, the Hebrew word for God. El literally means "the strong (or primary) authority." Thirty-one is the number associated with posterity in the Bible because the "son" in the house is the heir with birthright authority. The thirty-first time Noah's name appears in the Bible is in Genesis 9:1,"And God blessed Noah and his sons, and said to them, Be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth."The thirty-first time the name Abram appears in the Bible is in1. Moses 14:14,"And when Abram heard that his kinsman had been taken captive, he brought out his trained men, born in his house, three hundred and eighteen, and pursued them as far as Dan."These examples have to do with the birth of children. The thirty-first time the name Isaac appears in the Bible is in Genesis 25:26 where we read:“After this his brother came out, with his hand clasped on Esau's heel, and his name was called Jacob; and Isaac was sixty years old when she bore him.In the New Testament, the name of Jesus appears in Matthew for the 31st time.Mate. 9:4, where he speaks of him as"the son of man"The 31st time Luke uses his name is inLucas 8:28where is it called"Jesus, the Son of the Most High."This is how number 31 is associated with descendants.

The number thirty-two was written in Hebrew with the letters lamed (authority) and beth (house or family). The Hebrew word formed from these two letters is leb, which means "heart." Another word for heart is lebab ("father's heart"). Thirty-two is the number of the covenant. The covenants reveal the heart of the Father and produce a Father-Son relationship. The thirty-second time that Noah's name appears in the Bible is in1. Moses 9:8, 9,"Then God spoke to Noah and to his sons with him, saying: 9 Now, behold, I myself make my covenant with you, and with your seed after you."That literally means"I will establish my covenant in you."The word "covenant" appears 5 times in Numbers and 27 times in Deuteronomy, for a total of 32 times. The thirty-second time that the name Abram appears in the Bible is in1. Moses 14:19. It is the blessing of Melchizedek in connection with the bread and wine, which is a sign of the covenant, as we read in it.Mate. 26:28,"For this is my blood of the covenant, which is shed for many for the forgiveness of sins."Melchizedek is, of course, a type of Jesus Christ who came as a high priest after the order of Melchizedek (hebr. 7:17). So when He instituted communion just before his death on the cross, he was following the pattern established by Melchizedek. The thirty-second time that the name Abraham appears in the Bible is in1. Moses 20:17,"And Abraham prayed to God, and God healed Abimelech, his wife, and his maidservants, so that they begat children."This may be more like the number 31, "seed," but it has to do with the covenant, as it heralds the time when God's covenant will produce many sons among all nations. The children of God are only possible through a covenant with God. The first covenant was made with Noah, his sons, and"every living creature of all flesh that is on the earth"(1. Moses 9:16). So there is a close connection between 31 ("seed") and 32 ("covenant"). The thirty-second time the name Isaac is used is in1. Moses 25:28. It is the story of how Esau despised his birthright and sold it to Jacob for a bowl of soup. The birthright determined who would inherit the covenant with Abraham and Isaac. The thirty-second time the name Jacob is used is in1. Moses 28:18, where Jacob pours oil on the rock that was his pillow in Bethel. He then makes a conditional covenant with God for divine protection in exchange for his service. The thirty-second time Jerusalem is mentioned is in2 Sam. 15:29, where David told Zadok and Abiathar to return to Jerusalem with the Ark of the Covenant. in the new testamentMarcos 8:27it is the thirty-second time the name of Jesus has been used in his gospel, and the name of Jesus is not mentioned again until the next chapter. In this passage Peter makes his great profession of faith that Jesus was the Son of the living God. Finally knowing by revelation who he was, Jesus explained to them the Messiah's purpose: to establish the New Covenant through his death and resurrection (contra 31). It was a blood pact, after all, because we read itHebrews 9who entered the most holy place as high priest, and did not take the blood of goats, but his own blood (9:12)."And that is why he is the Mediator of a New Alliance"(hebr. 9:13). finally cleanActs 10:17We find the thirty-second time that the name of Peter is mentioned in the book of Acts. He had just had his great vision of the unclean beasts being brought down from heaven by a sheet ordered to"Kill and eat."As Peter pondered the meaning, there was a knock at the door, and then the meaning became clear: God's covenant was freely given to the Gentiles, and Peter went to Cornelius' house with the gospel and the baptism of the Holy Spirit. In all these cases, the number 32 is somehow related to the idea of ​​Covenant.

33(lamed-gimel)A signal
The number thirty-three was written in Hebrew with the letters lamed (authority) and gimel (camel or rising). Thirty-three is the number of a sign, that is, the corroborating evidence that establishes a prophetic word. The word of prophecy itself has authority (lamed) and the confirming sign confirms it (gimel), introduces it, and establishes the word of prophecy through double witness. The thirty-third time Noah is mentioned is in1. Moses 9:17, speaking of the rainbow that was God's promise to Noah and to all flesh,“And God said to Noah: 'This [rainbow] is the sign of the covenant that I have established between me and all flesh that is on earth.'The 33rd mention of the name Abraham is in1. Moses 20:18,“For the Lord had sealed all the wombs of the house of Abimelech because of Sarah, Abraham's wife. Then the Lord took note of Sarah as he had said, and the Lord did for Sarah as he had promised. Sarah conceived and bore a son to Abraham in her old age..."The sealing of the womb of Abimelech's house was a sign that the prophecy would not be fulfilled by the king of the Philistines but by Abraham and Sarah. The thirty-third time the name of Isaac is mentioned is inGenesis 26:1, where he also went to the land of Gerar, which was ruled by Abimelech ("Father-King," the title of all Philistine kings). In this passage (around 4), God says that his seed would be like the stars in the sky. In this case, then, the stars in heaven were the sign of Isaac's many sons. The thirty-third time that Jacob's name is mentioned is in1. Moses 28:20-22, where Jacob made a vow and promised the following:"Then Jacob made a vow and said, 'If God is with me and keeps me on this journey that I am about to take, and gives me food and clothes to wear, and then I return safely to my father's house, the Lord be my god And this stone that I have erected as a pillar will be the house of God, and whatever you give me, I will certainly tithe to you.”In this case the stone was the sign, a kind of Christ, since he was anointed.
In the New Testament, the name of Peter is mentioned for the 33rd time in the book of Acts.Acts 10:18. Peter had just received a vision of unclean animals being brought down from heaven on a sheet, and God had told him to "kill and eat." Peter did not realize the significance of this vision until a moment later, when the men sent by Cornelius knocked on the door. In this case, the vision was the confirming sign by which Peter knew that he was going with them to Caesarea. The thirty-third time Paul's name is mentioned is inActs 17:2, where he explains the Old Testament signs that proved that Jesus is the Messiah.


The number thirty-four was written in Hebrew with the letters lamed (authority) and daleth (gate). It has to do with the authority to go through the door or enter a house. One can legally enter after identifying themselves. And so thirty-four is the identification number. In1. Moses 9:18, we find Noah mentioned for the thirty-fourth time in connection with his sons Shem, Ham, and Japheth.“The sons of Noah who came out of the ark were Shem, Ham, and Japheth; and Ham was the father of Canaan."These names identify the sons of Noah. Another example is Jerusalem or the "City of Salem". salem enters1. Moses 14:18Associated with Melchizedek. The thirty-fourth time that Salem or Jerusalem appears in the Scriptures is in2 Sam. 16:3,"Then the king [David] said: 'And where is your master's son?' And Siba said to the king: Behold, he dwells in Jerusalem, for he said: Today the house of Israel will restore to me the kingdom of my father.Superficially, this verse tries to identify Jerusalem in response to the question:"Where is your master's son?"But there is an underlying question that is revealed here. Ziba was a servant of Mephi-bosheth, a descendant of the house of King Saul, the previous ruler of Israel. Mephibosheth hoped that the civil war between David and Absalom would weaken the house of David and allow Saul's family to regain the throne of Israel. Thus we see that the mention 34 of Salem or Jerusalem has more to do with the identity of the true king than with the naming of a son as such. In the Gospel of Luke we find the 34th time that the name of Jesus appearsLucas 8:30,"And Jesus asked him: 'What is your name? And he said: 'Legion,' because many demons had entered into him."

Here we see that the identified entities are not children but demons. The thirty-fourth time Paul is mentioned is inActs 17:4. It has to do with the people who believed that Paul identified Jesus as the Christ.Read verses 3 and 4,"This Jesus that I preach to you is the Christ." And some of them, being persuaded, joined Paul and Silas, together with a great multitude of the pious Greeks, and a number of the leading women.”Here Paul identifies Jesus as the Christ in the synagogue at Thessalonica. InMateo 9:12The thirty-fourth time that the name of Jesus appears in this book is when Jesus identifies those he has called, not the healthy but the sick, not the just but sinners. Going back to the Old Testament, the 34th time the name Abram appears is in1. Mose 14:22, where he identifies El Elyon, the Most High God. Here Melchizedek, king of Salem, brings bread and wine for Abram as he returns after saving his nephew Lot from him. By the way, Melchizedek is a title that means"King of Justice".The name of this king was Shem, who had inherited Adam's birthright, including the dominion mandate to rule the earth (1. Moses 1:26). The numerical value of the name Shem is 340, or 34 x 10. Shem means "name," which is, of course, the primary means of identification.

The 34th time Isaac appears is in1. Moses 26:6, where he mistakenly identified Rebekah as his sister and not his wife. The 34th time that David appears is in1 Sam. 17:45, where David is about to fight Goliath and identifies the One in whose name he fights:“Then David said to the Philistine: “You come to me with a sword, a spear, and a javelin; But I come to you in the name of the Lord of hosts, the God of the armies of Israel, whom you mocked."

The number thirty-five was written in Hebrew with the letters lamed (authority) and hey, which means "what is coming" at the end of a word. The number itself then indicates “what comes from authority. When there is an unresolved problem or dispute between men, a decision from a higher authority is necessary. And so thirty-five is the number of justification. The thirty-fifth time the name Abram appears is in1. Moses 14:23where he tells the king of Sodom that he will not take a shoelace from the spoils of war,"so that you do not say: 'I made Abram rich'".Abram was concerned that the king of Sodom was essentially justifying the wickedness of the city by bribing Abram. The thirty-fifth time that the name Abraham appears is in1. Moses 21:3,"And Abraham called the name of his son who was born to him, whom Sarah bore him, Isaac."Abraham and Sarah had patiently waited for the promised child for years. No doubt many shook their heads and said, “Poor Abraham; When will he ever learn?" But when Isaac was born, it confirmed his faith. The idea of ​​justification brings with it some kind of closure or conclusion. In this sense, the 35th time that the name of Isaac appears is in1. Moses 26:8"And it came to pass that while he was there a long time, Abimelech, king of the Philistines, looked through a window, and saw, and behold, Isaac was caressing Rebekah his wife." The context of this verse is that Isaac and Rebekah had gone to the land of the Philistines and Isaac had told them that Rebekah was his sister. The 35th use of Isaac's name in Genesis puts an end to this deception. It does not justify Isaac, but it does justify Abimelech, as the following verses show. The 35th time that the name of Jacob appears is in1. Moses 29:4. Jacob has arrived in Padan-aram (Haran) and is looking for his uncle Laban. He asks some local men if they know Laban and they do. With that, he has completed his journey and has confirmed his goal. The 35th time that the name Josué appears is inJoshua 3:5,"Then Joshua said to the people: 'Sanctify yourselves, for tomorrow the Lord will do wonders among you.'Israel had reached the Jordan River and the people were about to enter the Promised Land after forty years in the desert. It was the end of his long journey. It was the time of justification for all those who maintained the hope of returning to the Promised Land as God had promised. The miracle that God performed at that time was that the upstream of the Jordan River was blocked, allowing the Israelites to cross the river on dry ground. God confirmed his faith. In the New Testament, the name of Jesus appears for the 35th timeMate. 9:15. John's disciples had come to him and asked why they and the Pharisees were fasting, but Jesus and his disciples were not fasting. Jesus confirmed it to himself and his disciples.Verso 15-18,“And Jesus said to them: The bridegroom's servants cannot mourn while the bridegroom is with them, right? But the days will come when the bridegroom will be taken from them, and then they will fast. But no one puts a patch of new cloth on an old garment; because the patch separates from the garment and a worse tear occurs. Nor is new wine poured into old wineskins..."The 35th time the name Paul appears is inActs 17:10. The Jews in the synagogue opposed the apostle and his friends in Thessalonica and caused Jason to be arrested for helping Paul. Jason posted bail and was released. then we read“And then the brethren sent Paul and Silas by night to Berea; and when they arrived, they entered the synagogue of the Jews. These were now more noble than those in Thessalonica, for they received the word with great enthusiasm, searching the Scriptures daily to see if this was so.”We see here that Scripture affirms the Berean synagogue because of its open mind and desire to know the truth. The vengeful and jealous leaders of the synagogue in Thessaloniki were NOT confirmed in this report.

36(lamed-vav)opponent, enemy
The number thirty-six was written in Hebrew with the letters lamed (authority) and vav (nail, peg, that which unites, or the conjunction "and"). These two letters alone do not tell us what is connected with (or by) the power of divine authority. But when we see that thirty-six is ​​the number associated with his adversaries (or his enemies) and how God treats them, the meaning becomes clearer. God is the creator of both good and evil (Isaiah 45:6). He uses both for his own purposes, because what men call evil is generally the means by which God judges people and nations. Likewise, God intends through his sovereignty to reconcile all creation to himself (Kol. 1:16-20;1 coro. 15:27-28). Reconciliation means making peace between enemies (ROM. 5:10), through the cross. Nails (vav) were used to nail Jesus to the cross, so we could read lamed-vav to mean "the authority of the nail," reconciling his enemies to himself. We find that God judges his adversaries, but also uses them for a good end in his overall plan. The thirty-sixth time Noah is mentioned is in1. Moses 9:20. It shows how his son Ham became an enemy under a curse. The thirty-sixth time Abram is mentioned is in1. Moses 15:1, where God tells him not to be afraid because he is Abram's shield. The 36th mention of Abraham is in1. Moses 21:4, What do you say,"Then Abraham circumcised his son Isaac when he was eight days old, as God had commanded him."The act of circumcision means cutting off "the flesh," our great enemy, so that we can walk in the Spirit of God.Gallon. 5:17dice,“For the flesh sets its desires against the spirit, and the spirit against the flesh; for these are opposed to each other, so that you do not do what pleases you.Romans 8:6-8dice,
“For the mind of the flesh is death, but the mind of the Spirit is life and peace, because the mind of the flesh is the enemy of God; for it is not subject to the law of God, for it cannot even do so, and those who are in the flesh cannot please God.”A good illustration of the working of the flesh is found in the thirty-sixth time that the name Isaac appears in Scripture. It can be found at1. Moses 26:9, when Abimelech sent for Isaac to ask him why he lied that Rebekah was his wife. Isaac's carnal nature had scared him into telling the truth. The thirty-sixth time David's name is mentioned is in1 Samuel 17:48, and"David ran quickly to the line of battle to meet the Philistine."(ie Goliath, his adversary). The thirty-sixth time the names Esther and Haman occur is in Esther 7:6, where it says, "And Esther said, 'Enemy and foe is this wicked Haman'!"Joshua 7let us read the story of the Battle of Ai, which immediately followed the Battle of Jericho. Because of the sin of Achan, who took some gold, silver and a piece of clothing from the battle of Jericho to dedicate it to God, Israel lost the battle of Ai and 36 Israelites died. This is a good example of the fact that when Israel disobeyed, God became their enemy, as the prophet tells us in it.Isaiah 63:10,"But they rebelled and grieved his Holy Spirit; therefore he turned to his enemy and fought against them."In the patterns and shadows of the Old Testament we find the same principle enshrined in the law ofExodus 22:31, this is the 36th time the word "meat" has been used (including "meat hook"). He says,“And you will be holy men to me, therefore you will not eat meat torn in the field; you will throw it to the dogs.The rationale for this law is more clearly establishedLew. 17:13-15. Animals that die of their own free will retain blood in their meat, and humans were forbidden to eat blood, not just in it.Lew. 17:14but also insideActs 21:25. Drinking blood or eating meat covered in blood means to be "thirsty for blood." Those who do not hate this bloodthirsty attitude are enemies of God, that is, of his Spirit. God condemned Mount Seir (Edom) for this carnal attitude inEzekiel 35.“...Set your face against Mount Seir and prophesy against it...Because you had ETERNAL ENEMIES...Therefore, as long as I live, the Lord declares: “I will deliver you up to blood(shedding), and blood(shed) it will chase you; since you did not hate blood(shedding), so blood(shedding) will persecute you.Death itself is said to be "the last enemy" (1 coro. 15:26). Thus we find that the name of Jesus is mentioned for the 36th timeMate. 9:19, when a certain official informed him that his daughter had just died. Jesus went and raised them from the dead. The 36th time that the name of Jesus appears in the book of Luke is inLucas 8:35It was when Jesus healed the demoniac afflicted by "Legion". The local people"they were seized with great fear"and they asked Jesus to leave their city. Fear is an enemy, and fear makes people believe that Jesus is their enemy.
The 36th time the name Paul appears is inActs 17:13,“But when the Jews of Thessalonica learned that the word of God had also been preached by Paul in Berea, they too went there and stirred up and stirred up the crowd.”Paul knew his carnal way of thinking because he was one of the first to persecute the early church before Christ revealed himself to them. Paul writes1 Tes. 2:14-16"For you, brethren, have become imitators of the churches of God in Christ Jesus which are in Judea, for you also suffered the same sufferings at the hands of your own brethren, as they did at the hands of the Jews, both of whom killed the Lord Jesus and the prophets, and have driven us out, who are not pleasing to God, but are enemies of all men, and have prevented us from speaking to the Gentiles [ethnos, "nations"] for salvation, with the result that always increase the measure of your sins [Mate. 23:32]. But anger has taken over them." Finally, if we add all the numbers from one to thirty-six, they add up to 666, a tripling of the human number, which usually has contradictory implications. We then see that there are numerous examples of the meaning of the number 36 as used in the Bible. It is therefore not surprising that Psalm 36 (Salmo 37) speaks of the enemies of God, the "evildoers", those carnal people who oppose him and refuse to live according to his spirit.

The number thirty-seven was written in Hebrew with the letters lamed (authority) and zayin (weapon, cut or pierce). Our inheritance from God comes by "making a covenant," as the Bible says. When God made his covenant with Abraham1. Moses 15:10, He told Abraham to cut the animals in half (except the birds).about 18lee,"On that day the Lord made [karath, 'cut'] a covenant with Abram."Thirty-seven is the number of the inheritance established by God's "covenant" with us. It is often associated with Jesus Christ, the last heir to the earth, but it is also applied to inheritance more generally. It was also said that one's land inheritance was "divided" among the people. The country was "cut" or "divided" in this sense to give each his part. Perhaps the most striking example that shows the meaning of this number is the fact that the name Caleb appears exactly 37 times in the Bible. Caleb is best known for inheriting Hebron. When Joshua gave the Israelites his inheritance, we readJoshua 14:5-14,“Then the children of Israel did as the Lord commanded Moses, and divided the land. And the sons of Judah came to Joshua in Gilgal, and Caleb the son of Jephunneh the little boy said to him, You know the word that the Lord spoke to Moses the man of God concerning you and me in Kadesh-barnea. ... There Moses swore that day, saying: "Surely, the land that your foot has trodden on will be an everlasting inheritance for you and your children, because you have faithfully followed the Lord my God." So Joshua blessed him and gave Hebron to Caleb. the son of Jephunneh as an inheritance, and Hebron has become the inheritance of Caleb the son of Jephunneh the one who needs to this day, for the Lord God of Israel followed him all.”Next to Caleb's name, Noah is mentioned for the 37th time1. Moses 9:24, where Noah wakes up from his drunken stupor, learns what his sons have done, and then curses Ham and blesses Shem and Japheth. She determined the future inheritances of her three children. Because of this curse, Ham's son Canaan was disinherited according to the cursed time factor, which is the meaning of the number 414. And so, exactly 828 years (414 x 2) after Noah's curse, Joshua led Israel to Canaan and disinherited the Canaanites and gave Caleb Hebron as his heir.
The thirty-seventh time the name Abram is used is in1. Moses 15:1, where God told Abram: "Do not be afraid, Abram, I am your shield; your reward will be very great." Abram's reward was his inheritance. The thirty-seventh time the name Abraham is used is in1. Moses 21:5,Abraham was one hundred years old when his son Isaac was born to him.Abraham's inheritance actually began with the birth of Isaac, the heir. The number 100 means abundance, in this case, the abundance of time. Interestingly, Isaac's name appears for the 37th time1. Moses 26:12, "Isaac sowed in this land and reaped a hundredfold in the same year. And the Lord blessed him, and the man became rich and became richer and richer until he became very rich." Isaac had no land inheritance because, like his father, he was a stranger in the land of Canaan. However, God had promised that one day he would inherit the land, and we know in hindsight that his descendants would inherit it at the end of the cursed days of Canaan. The purpose of the cursed time is to provide a reprieve so that people have time to repent and move on to the blessed time (490 year period). The Canaanites did not, so they were disinherited 828 years after their transgression and Noah's curse. Moses is mentioned for the 37th timeEx. 6:2in the burning bush:“God spoke further to Moses and said: “I am the Lord; and I appeared to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as El Shaddai, but I did not make myself known to them by my name, the LORD. and I also made my covenant with them to give them the land of Canaan, the land where they dwelt.Once again we see the connection to the inheritance of Israel, the land of Canaan. However, it also indicates that God was the heir to the priesthood (Anz. 18:20). The 37th time that the name of José appears is in1. Moses 40:12, where he interprets the butler's dream and tells him that he would return to his position (heir) within three days. The thirty-seventh time that Jerusalem is mentioned is in2 Sam. 19:19. David reclaimed the throne from him, which was his heir after Absalom usurped the throne for a while.

38(lamed-chet)Work work
The number thirty-eight was written in Hebrew with the letters lamed (authority) and chet (inner chamber, including the heart). Thirty-eight is the number of the work or job. It implies the idea of ​​one's vocation or work and purpose in life, because this is the true authority that each one has in his heart. A Biblical example of this number is found inDeut. 2:14, where Israel, after a delay of 38 years, entered into his vocation:"The time it took us to get from Kadesh-barnea to cross the Sered brook was thirty-eight years, until all the generation of the men of war perished within the camp, as the Lord had sworn to them."InJuan 5:5We read of the man who was sick for 38 years until Jesus healed him. jesus spoke to himabout 8 o 'clock,"Get up, take your bunk and go."InAround 10 o'clockthe Jews criticized him for his work because that day happened to be Saturday. In fact, they often criticized Jesus for healing people on the Sabbath, considering it "work." If they understood the principle of "silent work", where a person leaves his own works to do the works of God (hebr. 4:10;Isaiah 58:13), they would have rejoiced that the sick had been healed instead of complaining that it was Saturday. The thirty-eighth time the Abrams name appears is in1. Moses 15:2,"And Abram said: Lord God, what will you give me, since I have no children and my heir is Eliezer of Damascus?"It has to do with birth. Likewise, Eliezer was the chief steward, or servant, in Abram's house. So this verse is also about the overseer being the heir if God's promise to Abram is not fulfilled. Also, it has to do with the calling, because if Sarah died childless, Eliezer would receive the calling that was given to Abram. Interestingly, the 38th occurrence of Abraham's name has ended.1. Moses 21:7, and it is also about giving birth to children:"And she [Sarah] said: Who would have told Abraham that Sarah would give suck to children? And yet in her old age I bore him a son."In these examples, we need to remember that Abraham was a Spirit-less type of believer, while Abraham was a Spirit-filled type of believer. The Hebrew letter hey that God placed in the middle of his name is the breath of God and indicates inspiration or revelation. It also has to do with entering God's rest. Without the power of the Holy Spirit man works hard for the things of life, while with the Holy Spirit man's work is "rest work." The thirty-eighth time the name of Isaac is mentioned is in1. Moses 26:12, Now Isaac sowed in that land and reaped a hundredfold in the same year. And the Lord blessed him. Once again, we find that work is a blessing for Isaac. He did not sow the land like a forced slave. In addition, the Lord blessed him a hundred times more. The thirty-eighth time the name of Joseph is mentioned is in1. Moses 40:16, where the baker asked him to interpret his dream. The baker hoped that Pharaoh would release him from prison and return his old job, but this did not happen. Once again, it was about work (her work from him). The thirty-eighth time the name of Israel is mentioned is inExodus 18:8, where Moses told his father-in-law how God had delivered Israel from the house of slavery in Egypt. In this case the work was servitude. In the New Testament, Jesus is mentioned for the thirty-eighth time in all four Gospels:Mate. 9:23;Marcos 9:25;Lucas 8:40; yJuan 4:34. In any case, Jesus did his work, healing and casting out demons. Of course, in neither of these cases was Jesus in "bondage," unless he is considered his Father's slave. But it is better to look at the number 38 to talk about the job to which one is called. In fact, the Hebrew word Elohim (God) appears for the thirty-eighth time1. Moses 2:7,“Then the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and the man became a living being.”This was the culmination of his creative work, carried out by the authority of the heart of God.

39(hot lamb)disease
The number thirty-nine was written in Hebrew with the letters lamed (authority) and teth (serpent). Thirty-nine is the number of diseases. When Adam and Eve sinned by succumbing to the serpent's temptation, they inadvertently surrendered their God-given authority to the serpent, who exposed them to sickness, disease, and ultimately death itself.
The only time the number 39 appears in Scripture is in2 Cr. 16:12,"And in the thirty-ninth year of his reign, Asa was diseased in his feet. His illness was severe, but even in his illness he did not seek the Lord, but the physicians."In addition, however, we note that the 39th mention of Noah's name is in1. Moses 9:29,"So all the days of Noah were nine hundred and fifty years, and he died."The thirty-ninth time the name of Joshua is mentioned is inJoshua 3:10, where the people were ready to cross the Jordan. Crossing the Jordan speaks of baptism as well as death and resurrection. The thirty-ninth time Abrams's name is mentioned is in1. Moses 15:3, where he confessed that he did not have "seed" to inherit the promises of God. This was her weakness for many years until God worked a miracle in her life by giving birth to Isaac, her promised son. The thirty-ninth time Israel is mentioned is inExodus 32:13, where Moses had to intercede for the worship of the golden calf for the people. The golden calf was Israel's national spiritual weakness. In the New Testament, the thirty-ninth time that the name of Jesus appears in the Gospels has to do with an illness or disease.Mateo 9:27It tells of two blind men whom Jesus healed.Marcos 9:27it tells of a man who is healed of an evil spirit and raised as though he were dead.Lucas 8:41It tells us about Jairus begging Jesus to come and heal his terminally ill daughter. Even in the Gospel of John, the 39th mention of Jesus' name speaks of a prophet who has no honor except in his own land, which is a prophet's weakness when he tries to convey God's Word to the public. These are all examples of illness or disease on some level. The thirty-ninth time the name Paul appears is inActs 17:16, where the apostle saw that Athens was entirely abandoned to idolatry and pagan philosophers like the Stoics and Epicureans. It is not difficult to see in this the mental and moral disease of the city. Thirty-nine has to do with the authority of the serpent to overcome and overthrow believers wherever it is found. Therefore, Jesus healed the sick, cast out evil spirits, raised the dead, and preached the word of life.

40(Memory)Trial, probation
The number forty was written in Hebrew with the letter mem (water, which flows or comes). Forty is the number of proof or probation. Looking at it as a cycle of time, we find that Israel has spent 40 years being tested in the wilderness. Jesus spent 40 days in the desert and was tested by the devil. The number 40 can be viewed negatively in relation to the full 40 days/years of testing, but it can also be viewed positively as it is the END of the testing or exam period. So, in a positive sense, forty (ie mem) speaks of Israel crossing the Jordan (water) after 40 years in the desert. Also in this sense, Israel came out of the desert and flowed towards the Promised Land. Forty is the product of eight and five. Eight is the number of new beginnings, while five is grace. So forty can be seen as entering the grace period after a trial period, as well as the start of something new. Obviously these are both factors in the cases of Israel and Jesus. Eight periods of 40 days are mentioned in the Bible. Is it so:
1. Moses forty days on the mountain (Ex. 24:18) to obtain the law.
2. Moses forty days on the mountain after the incident of the golden calf (Deut. 9:18, 25).
3. Forty days of spies (Anz. 13:26;14:34).
4. Forty days Elijah in Horeb (1 Reyes 19:8).
5. Forty days of the judgment of Nineveh (Jonah 3:4).
6. Ezekiel lay on his right side for Judah for forty days (number 4:5).
7. For forty days Jesus was tempted by the devil (Mate. 4:2).
8. Forty days from the resurrection of Jesus until his ascension (Acts 1:2).
The sum of these eight forty-day periods is 320 days. Since 32 is the number of the covenant, we see a special connection to the idea of ​​the covenant. In fact, twice God made a covenant with Israel while they were in the wilderness. The Exodus Covenant (Ex. 20) came at the beginning of his 40 years on Mount Horeb, and the second covenant (Deut. 29:1) arrived in the desert of Moab at the end of his 40 years, just before entering the promised land. These two covenants are a double witness to the old covenant that God made with "the church in the wilderness" (Acts 7:38). However, they prophesied the double aspect of the New Covenant while the New Testament Church spent 40 Jubilees in its own wilderness (33-1993 AD). The "Exodus" covenant was made at the cross at Passover, while the Deuteronomy covenant is made when we enter the Promised Land in the Age of Tabernacles. The fortieth time the name of Noah is mentioned is in1. Moses 10:1,"These are the generations of Noah."It speaks of a new beginning (eight), a new generation, as if Noah's test on earth had ended. Abrams' name is mentioned for the fortieth time1. Moses 15:11, where he made a pact with God by cutting three beasts in half but leaving the turtledove and dove. When the chickens came to eat the carcasses, "Abram chased them away." Here we see the covenant theme associated with this example of the forties. The fact that Abram drives out the birds also spiritually speaks of driving out "the evil one", because Jesus identified the birds as such in the parable of the sower (Mate. 13:4, 19). And so we see that a primary purpose of a forty-day or forty-year trial is to learn how to cast out evil, that is, to overcome temptation. The fortieth time Abraham's name is mentioned is in1. Moses 21:9, where we see Hagar "mocking" Isaac. The Apostle Paul says inGallon. 4:29this maidservant's son was "pursuing" Isaac, and he points out that this is an old covenant pattern of behavior. Hagar represents the Old Covenant, says Paul (Gallon. 4:24) and his son the children (i.e., followers) of the old covenant religion. This pattern is established not only in Hagar and Ishmael, but also in Israel under the Old Covenant, which sometimes sought to stone both Moses and Joshua. Similarly we see King Saul persecuting David, and later Saul (Acts 8:1) Persecution of the New Testament Church. No wonder the 40th mention of Abraham's name has to do with the imperfect spiritual condition of Hagar and Ishmael. This was the same spiritual condition found during the forty year trial of Israel and the forty year reign of King Saul. We wonder if perhaps the Saul of the New Testament was converted at the age of forty, or perhaps he changed his name to "Paul" at forty. The fortieth time the name of Joshua is mentioned is inJoshua 4:1. Israel had just crossed the Jordan into the promised land.
The fortieth time the name of David is mentioned is in1 Sam. 17:51claiming that he lopped off Goliath's head with his own sword. The purpose of a trial or trial is to overcome the flesh and bring it under the dominion of the Spirit. Goliath as a Philistine prophetically represents the flesh, and David subdued this "giant" in great type and shadow. In the New Testament we find that Jesus ascended after appearing to his disciples (and some 500 other people) over a period of forty days (Acts 1:3). As he ascended, he said that he would return the same way. Perhaps this 40-day period is prophetic for a period of 40 jubilees in which he has taught us uninterruptedly since his resurrection. Perhaps sometime after forty jubilees of trials and trials of the Church he will return. If so, we are now in that season, because 1993 was the 40th anniversary of the Church's wilderness season.

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