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Age: Over 65
5 Stars Out Of 5
A good reference book for deeper study
August 17, 2012
Age: Over 65
I have been reading several authors over the years that kept on using the meanings of numbers in the Bible and found it facinating. Now I can get deeper into the spiritual meaning of numbers in the scripture during my study time.
With each number having a full chapter of fascinating details for itself, this book will bring out the divine'ness' of the scriptures. This isn't a book about how many of this or how many of that is in the bible. Take the number 5. The writer explains how the number refers to God's grace and/or goodness and follows with examples when there are 5 events, people, or some other quantity of 5 mentioned and how that showed His grace. One example is the fact that the Earth has 5 layers of atmosphere. 5 Means grace. So, that means that God's grace is around the Earth. Maybe that is why there are rainbows on the Earth and no other planet. He has blessed the Earth with life.After the reading the book, I find myself paying attention the numbers. That is, after reading a verse, I'll be more sensitive to how many disciples were mentioned, how many blessings where mentions, how many pools, how many devils, and so on. Then, I look that number up and it reveals more to me. Naturally, this only works with the King James Version. Since it is the inspired Word as God wanted it written, the numbers have a way of revealing His handywork. If you read a 'version' then the numbers aren't as apt to bless you, since versions are written as men see it. Thanks to the writer for sharing what God gave him.Rob Cookenour, TN
This is great. I have given this book to others. Being able to see how 17 attributes equal victory, helps to understand how 10 coines and keeping communion relate to Jesus return. David with 5 stones shows mercy of GOD. and so on.