O introducere în numerologia biblică

Meaning of Numbers in the Bible
INTRODUCTION

Biblical Meaning of Numbers
1  –  2  –  3  –  4  –  5  –  6  –  7  –  8  –  9  –  10
11  –  12  –  13  –  14  –  15  –  16  –  17  –  18  –  19  –  20
21  –  22  –  23  –  24  –  25  –  27  –  28  –  29  –  30  –  31  –  33
34  –  40  –  42  –  44  –  50  –  65  –  70  –  120  –  153  –  200
390  –  400  –  430  –  444  –  490  –  666  –  1000
An essential key to understanding the design of God’s Word is through the meaning of Biblical numbers. The connections and patterns of numerals, when we search them out and understand them, reveal the handiwork of God. Although the arrangement of some is obvious, others are not and require in-depth Bible study. The patterns found do not exist by random chance but by design. Each one has a particular symbolism attached to it by our Creator.

Research has uncovered patterns in certain original language words and phrases that reveal a hidden meaning behind the Biblical text. This discovery offers additional proof that God inspired every word used in the book that boldly proclaims to reveal His will, plan, and purpose for man. The Eternal challenges us through Isaiah that HE ALONE is Creator.

“‘To whom then will you compare Me, or who is My equal?’ says the Holy One. Lift up your eyes on high, and behold, who has created these things, who brings out their host by number.” (Isaiah 40:25, HBFV)

The awesome complexity of the earth itself, as well as the infinite vastness of the universe (which man cannot even begin to comprehend), are silent witnesses of the existence and wisdom of a Master Creator. God designed and created the universe based on mathematical laws and numbers, principles that continue to govern the entire creation.

Indeed, God has wonderfully revealed Himself through His creation (Romans 1:20). Though the scientific community has discovered several of these immutable laws, men actually know “little to nothing” about God’s limitless universe.

Just as God employed mathematical laws to create everything, He used numerals in the design of His word. The Scriptures exhibit a numerical design that can only be explained by the direct inspiration of a Creator. Edward F. Vallowe, in his book Biblical Mathematics, writes the following.

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