“God’s language of Hebrew Numbers!”
Shalom Partner and Friend of Israel,
The Hebrew language reads from right to left …so that the first word is the one on the right and the last one is that on the left. There are 22 letters in the Hebrew Alphabet and every Hebrew Alphabet letter has a numerical value - (male or female): Alef (1), Bet (2), Gimel (3), Dalet (4), Hey (5), Vav (6), Zayin (7), Chet (8), Tet (9), Yod (10), Kaf (20), Lamed (30), Mem (40), Nun (50), Samech (60), Ayin (70), Peh (80), Tzadi (90), Kof (100), Resh (200), Shin (300) and Tav (400).
The Holy Bible – is the most widely read book in the world. It is a source of inspiration to many …and more curiously – a source of divination and secret codes. Let’s look at some significant numbers in the Bible – numbers that pop-up time and again. Some people take this with a grain of salt but many others consider it to be very important and believe that the study of these Biblical numbers can unlock knowledge of the future. Interesting! The Old and New Testaments have an incredible unity between them… More than a third of the New Testament is composed of Old Testament quotes. Many writings from the prophets and Psalms could not be understood without the Gospels and the rest of the New Testament. Prophecies such as; Isaiah 53 would NOT be correctly understood as referring to the Messiah of the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John) did not exist. Such examples are a testament to the unified nature of the Scriptures and offer proof of its direct inspiration by God.
The Number 1 - (Achad (f) /Ecad (m): First Hebrew letter: “Alef” numerical value of one. Pictographic meaning: strength, ox, chief, prince, leader, first. In Hebrew means “Unity” and “New Beginnings.” (Genesis 1; John 17:2-22; Acts 4:32) Marks singular future tense, “I am” YHVH – Yahweh, God! No surprise, as 1 is obviously used throughout the Bible to indicate one thing only, God Himself - “The one true God.” On day 1 of creation (one day), light is separated from darkness. Instead of indicating division, this demonstrates the set-apartness of God and His Light. This day is called “tov” or “good.” The first day of creation is called “One Day” rather than the “First Day”, insinuating the wholeness and perfection of the day and a prophetic future return to Yom Echad. In other words, the first day of creation is described with the cardinal number “one” in Hebrew; whereas, the remaining days are described with ordinal numbers (2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc.). It is akin to being called out. The number One Commandment is; “Thou shall have NO other gods besides me…” - Exodus 20:1-17. The first of the Ten Commandments, of the Bible, on which all others are founded … and without which is chaos, destruction and death …is (Exodus 20:3) - "Worship NO god but Me!" Deuteronomy 6:4: “Hear, O Israel, The Lord our God, the Lord is One” …was to remind the Jews of the time not to worship “multiple gods” like all those civilizations around them. 1 is enough. The first thing designated as Holy is God's Sabbath Day (Genesis 2:1-3). The 1st Feast of the Lord: Pesach (Passover) Leviticus 23:5. The first person called a prophet is Abraham (Genesis 20:7). We are NEVER alone! Whenever someone is alone, whether in the wilderness like Moses, or Elijah, or Yeshua (Jesus) - they were not really alone, but are, in fact, closer to the One, true God than at that moment. Yeshua (Jesus) when abandoned in the end and left all alone, and He said as much to His Disciples, then reminding them that - He will not be alone, but the Father will be with Him. And so its is with us too! The number 1 is only divisible by itself! It is independent of any other numerals yet composes them all! It symbolizes in the Bible the unity and primacy, and the - “Oneness of the Godhead.” What is known as the Shema (or Shema Yisrael), a quote of verse four in Deuteronomy 6:4 that is often used in Jewish prayer services, attests to this fact. The number 1 also represents - “the unity between God the Father and His Son Yeshua (Jesus) (John 10:30). Yeshua, by His singular sacrifice, has made possible the forgiveness of ALL our sins. He is the ”ONE” Mediator and Shepherd (1 Timothy 2:5; John 10:16) in the life of a Christian.
How is the number 1 related to Yeshua…? Yeshua (Jesus) began His ministry two thousands years ago with a reading of Isaiah 61:1-2, and proclaimed a message of hope and a brighter future! Between His birth and the beginning of His ministry at age of 30, the scriptures record only one sentence Christ spoke. He spoke it at the age of 12 Years, right after He and His parents kept the Passover in Jerusalem. When asked why His parents could not find Him after the Feast He said "Didn't you know that I had to be in my Father's house?" Luke 2:49. Yeshua (Jesus) is called the firstborn of every creature (Colossians 1:15) and the “firstborn” not only of the dead (1:18) but also among many brethren (Romans 8:29). He is also called the "first of the first fruits" (1Corinthians 15:20, 23), meaning that He is the first of MANY to be resurrected to eternal life (especially those in the first resurrection, see Revelation 20:6). Christ referred to Himself as the FIRST – “Aleph” in Hebrew, (or “Alpha” the first letter of the Greek language) several times in the book of Revelation (1:11, 17, 22:13). The Apostle Peter tells us bluntly that it is through the NAME of Yesua - Jesus Christ and Him alone that a person can receive salvation and live forever (Acts 4:10 - 12). There is NO OTHER NAME in all creation, in spite of the sincerity of countless BILLIONS who believe in other paths to salvation, eternal life and so on, by which mankind can connect to the TRUE God and fulfil their destiny!
The Number 2 – Shtayim (f), shnayim (m): The Second Hebrew letter “bet.” In Hebrew means “house, tent, union, to build, sons/daughters, verification of facts by witnesses and division - As a preposition means “in” or “with.” The 2nd Feast of the Lord: (Pesach) Unleavened Bread - Leviticus 23:6-8. Ideally, number 2 should mirror number 1 in marriage …as in the “two shall become one flesh” - A man and woman, though 2 in number, are made one (Genesis 2:23-24); 2 great commandments (love God - love neighbor), 2 houses of Israel; Judah and Israel – Isaiah 8:1; 2 sticks of Israel - Ephraim and Manasseh Ezekiel 37:16; 2 olive branches and the 2 Golden Pipes – Zechariah 4:12; 2 Olive Treees and the 2 Lampstands – Zechariah 4:3, Revelation 11:4; 2 silver trumpets – Numbers 10:2; 2 leavened loaves on Shavuot – Leviticus 23:17; 2 cherubim guard the Ark of the Covenant – Exodus 25:18-22; 2 good spies (Joshua and Caleb) – Joshua 2:1; In the End Time, two witnesses will appear on the world scene to testify and uphold the truth of God against “the Beast” and the “False Prophet” – Revelation 11:4. What is opposite is meant to complement for a blessing, not to bring division and conflict. When two isn’t reflecting one, it denotes division and difference in the Bible. For example: in Genesis 1:6-8 - the second day of creation - “heavens above and water below!” God DIVIDES the upper and lower waters, the second sentence in scripture speaks of chaos, and the second chapter reveals 2 trees representing life and death. At the minimum, the testimony of at least 2 people was needed in the Old Testament to convict someone of a crime or sin. The validity of this teaching was confirmed by the Apostle Paul (1 Timothy 5:19; Titus 3:10).
There is also the union between Christ and the church (1Corinthians 12). The testimony of God is divided into Old and New Testaments and His agreements with mankind are divided into Old and New Covenants. The first man, Adam, sinned and brought death and destruction into the world - Yeshua (Jesus), however, as the second (or last) Adam brings the hope of the resurrection and eternal life (1 Corinthians 15:21-22, 45-49). Those who ultimately refuse to repent and obey God will be put to death forever by being thrown into the “lake of fire,” which is called the SECOND death (Revelation 21:8). This act will eternally divide those who are righteous from those who practiced evil! Yeshua (Jesus) sent the disciples out in pairs (two) so that they could not only testify about His teachings and miracles, but also be “witnesses” of those who accepted or rejected the gospel (Mark 6:7-13). Two can also convey comparison and contrast. The Old Covenant was based on physical blessings for obedience while the New is based on those that are spiritual. The word “God” appears in all books except two, which are the Song of Solomon and Esther. The shortest verse in the Bible, which is "Jesus wept" found in John 11:35, contains just two words. Of the ten shortest books, the eighth is the book of Haggai and only has two chapters. During Creation week God made two great lights, one to rule the day (sun) and a lesser one to rule the night (moon - Genesis 1:16).
The Number 3 – Shelosh (f.) Sheloshah (m): The Third Hebrew letter is “Gimel.” Pictographic meaning: camel, foot, to ripen, reward, nourish, mature, recompense, benefit. The 3rd Feast of the Lord: (Pesach) First Fruits - Leviticus 23:9-14.The number 3 is the number of the Trinity, of course, and therefore indicates a wholeness, but it also seems to indicate an inner sanctity. It is on the third day of creation that Earth is made. 3 create a solid or a foundation and makes the first geometric shape (triangle). There are 3 pilgrimage festivals (shalosh regalim), which commanded festivals of blessings for giving: SPRING - Pesach (Passover), SUMMER - Shavuot (Pentecost), FALL/AUTUUMN - Sukkot (Tabernacles) – Exodus 23:24. There are 3 angels named in the Bible: Michael, Gabriel, and Lucifer. The sequence of 3 makes a chain of continuity; 3 patriarchs – Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (later renamed Israel by God); 3 woes (Revelation 8:13); 3rd day, 3 primary manifestations of the Godhead, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, 3 ply cord cant be broken, 3 kings of united Israel – Saul, David and Solomon. Samuel is called by the Lord 3 times before he realizes it and answers. 3 primary missionary journeys of the Apostle Paul and was privileged to visit the location of God's throne, which is in the third heaven (2 Corinthians 12:2-4).
Satan tempted Yeshua (Jesus) 3 times before giving up. Yeshua raised 3 people from the dead, Lazarus, a widow’s son, and the daughter of a man named Jairus. Yeshua prayed 3 times in the Garden of Gethsemane before His arrest. Yeshua fell under the cross 3 times on the Via Dolorosa. He was placed on the cross at the 3rd hour of the day (9 a.m.) and died at the 9th hour (3 p.m.). There were 3 hours of darkness that covered the land while He was suffering on the cross from the 6th hour to the 9th hour. Three is the number of resurrection. Christ was in the grave for 3 full days and 3 full nights, a total of 72 hours, before being resurrected – (Sign of Jonah Resurrection). Matthew 12:39-40
The placard on the Cross is written in 3 languages: Aramiac, Latin and Greek). Of Yeshua (Jesus) 12 Disciples …He loved 3 of them more than the rest - Peter, and brothers, John and James - they were only three who witnessed Yeshua’s transfiguration on Mount Hermon - those who saw His glory when He suddenly stood talking in bright white clothing with Moses and Elijah. Three in Prophecy: The murdered bodies of the “Two Witnesses” will not be allowed to be buried but rather will lie openly in Jerusalem for 3 days before they are resurrected. 3 unclean spirits will be allowed to deceive the whole world to FIGHT the returning Yeshua (Jesus Christ) in what is called the battle of Armageddon (Revelation 16:13-16). The New Jerusalem, created by God for placement on a new earth, will be shaped like a square with three gates on each side (Revelation 21:13).
The Number 4 - Arbah (f) Arbahah (m): The fourth Hebrew letter is “Dalet.” Pictographic meaning: “door, draw out or in, knock, path, way, portal to heaven, dominion, control, bough, and branch.” The 4th Feast of the Lord: Shavuot (Pentecost) Leviticus 23:15-16. The number 4 pictures completeness much like number 7 and derives its meaning from creation. On the 4th day, of what is called “creation week” as God completed the material universe and brought into existence our sun, the moon, and all the stars (Genesis 1:14-19). Their purpose was not only to give off light, but also to divide the day from the night on earth, thus becoming a basic demarcation of time. They were also made to be a type of signal that would mark off the days, years and seasons. The Garden of Eden had a river which parted into the headwaters of four other rivers. These rivers were the Pison, Gihon, Hiddekel and the Euphrates (Genesis 2:10-14).
The four witnesses of God on earth are - miracles, wonders, signs and the gifts of the Holy Spirit (Hebrews 2:4). There are 4 horsemen of the Apocalypse. There are 4 living creatures; 4 horns on altar; 4 angels standing ready at the 4 corners of Earth. There are 4 Gospels – Matthew, Mark, Luke, John; 4 living beasts in Ezekiel, Daniel, and Revelation. 4 tassles (tzit-tziyot) on the Prayer Shawl. There are 4 points of the Cross, which is more significant than you might think …since the typical cross of the time was either a single, vertical pole, called a “crux simplex,” or a “Tau” cross, named after the capital Greek “T.” The lowercase “t” was unnecessary unless something needed to be added above the head of the condemned, and such placards were only needed for the executions of celebrated people. After Yeshua (Jesus) was nailed and hung on a cross, Roman soldiers divided up His clothes into four parts (one for each soldier - John 19:23).
The Number 5 - Chamesh (f.) Chameeshah (m): Fifth Hebrew letter is “Hey” - numerical value of five. Pictographic meaning: “breath, air, spirit, femininity, and behold (to make known).” On day 5 of creation, the birds and fish were created. They move fast and carry seed throughout the whole earth in their migrations. Like them, we are anointed and filled with the Spirit to carry God’s Seed, the Gospel throughout the earth. The number 5 symbolizes - God’s grace, goodness and favour toward humans and is mentioned 318 times in Scripture. 5 is the number of grace, and multiplied by itself, which is 25, is 'grace upon grace' (John 1:16). The “Tabernacle in the wilderness” profoundly reflects God's grace in its use of the number 5. This tabernacle, whose design was given directly by God, contained: 5 curtains (Exodus 26:3), 5 bars (Exodus 26:26 - 27), 5 pillars and 5 sockets (Exodus 26:37) and an altar made of wood that was 5 cubits long and 5 cubits wide (Exodus 27:1). The height of the court within the tabernacle was 5 cubits (Exodus 27:18). The Holy anointing oil, (Exodus 30:23 - 25) - the ingredients of which were given directly by God …and was used to consecrate the furniture of the tabernacle. It was comprised of 5 parts, for it was a revelation of pure grace. The proportion of spices used in making the oil were a multiple of 5, which then had a Hinn of olive oil added to it. The 5th Feast of the Lord: Rosh HaShanah (Trumpets) Leviticus 23:23-25.
The 10 Commandments contains 2 sets of 5 commandments: The first five commandments are related to our treatment and relationship with God, and the last five concern our relationship with others humans.
The Book of Psalms is divided into 5 major sections: Section 1 (Psalm 1 to 41) refers to the Passover, Israel's beginning, and the start of the God's plan of salvation that centers around Christ. Section 2 (42 to 72) sings about a unified Israel in the land and pictures the creation of the New Testament Church. Section 3 (73 to 89) bemoans the destruction of both God's Temple and Jerusalem. This section also hints at prophecies regarding the End Time Great Tribulation. Section 4 (90 to 106) rejoices over the 1,000 year reign of Yeshua (Jesus) and shows Israel gathered again. Section 5 (107 to 150) pictures a time when Judah (representing all Israel) shall again be delivered. There are 5 books of God's Law; (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy) commonly referred to as the Pentateuch ('Penta' means five). Five loaves fed 5 thousand, leaving 12 baskets leftover. (Matthew 14:16-21, a story in all 4 Gospels).
Babylon's King Nebuchadnezzar was given, by God, a dream where he saw a giant statue of a man... This statue, according to the interpretation given by the Eternal to Daniel, represented – 5 periods of world-ruling Empires: The statue's head of gold represented Babylon (Daniel 2:32, 38); The Chest and Arms of Silver symbolized the Persian Empire (Daniel 2:32, 39); The Belly and Thighs of Bronze (brass) represented the Macedonian Empire under Alexander the Great; The Two Legs of Iron symbolized Rome’s Empire (Daniel 2:33, 40-43); The Ten Toes of Iron mixed with Clay are the successors to the Roman Empire (Daniel 2:41 - 44).
The Number 6 - Shesh (f) Sheeshah (m): Sixth Hebrew letter: “Vav” is numerical value of six. Pictographic meaning: hook, nail, to connect, tent peg, add to. As a conjunction prefix, it means “and.” It also represents image, man, beast, flesh, sacrifice, intimacy, finished work, knowledge, sacrificial love, number of man and beast, antichrist, idol, and eternal judgment. Man's system on earth is made up of three parts, each represented by a 6. Six represents, by itself, incompleteness or imperfection, as it is one less than 7 (which is the number of completeness). The first 6 of 666 represents the “mark of the beast” - false perfected religion of man under Satan’s lead. The second 6 is for the deceived false governments of this world, and the third 6 symbolizes man's self-centred economic system. The most well-known number in the Bible is, of course, 666, which symbolizes the Unholy Trinity … whereas the Holy Trinity is 777. It is interesting to note there are 66 books in the Bible, as though it may be incomplete. In the Bible, the number 6 symbolizes man and human weakness, the evils of Satan and the manifestation of sin. Man, was created on the sixth day. Men are appointed 6 days to labour. A Hebrew slave was to serve six years and be released in the 7th year. Six years were appointed for the land to be sown and harvested. The number 6 is also associated with Satan in his temptation of Yeshua (Jesus).
On day 6 of creation, beasts of the field (land creatures) and mankind (male and female) were created. Mankind is designed to rule over the beast. The Bible uses the number 6 to indicate “imperfection.” The work week is 6 days long, but it is missing something until God decides to set aside another day, on which no work is to be done, but rest must be taken in honour of God resting from His great work. The 6th Feast of the Lord: Yom Kippur (Day of Atonements) Leviticus 23:29-34. It is the only one of God’s annual Feasts Days of worship that requires believers to fast for one day. This special day, considered by many Jews to be the holiest of the year, begins at sunset on the 9th day of the 7th Hebrew month
The Number 7 - Shevah (f.) Sheevah (m): Seventh Hebrew letter: “Zayin” - numerical value of seven. Pictographic meaning completetion, perfection, plowshare, weapon, sword, to arm, to adorn, to cut, to feed. Seven is the number of “completeness and perfection” (both physical and spiritual). It derives much of its meaning from being tied directly to God’s creation of all things. According to Jewish tradition, the creation of Adam occurred on the first day of Tishri, which is the 7th month on the Hebrew Calendar). The word 'created' is used 7 times describing God’s creative work three times (Genesis 1:1, 21, 27; 2:3; 2:4). On day 7 of creation, God rested from His work. He set the 7th day apart as holy. There are 7 days in a week and God’s Sabbath is on the 7th day. We begin every week (and even every day as the day begins at sunset) by RESTING. This is the pattern from the very beginning. We rest first in the finished work of God, then we go to work (perform good deeds). 7 transcends the natural and moves into the supernatural. 7 weeks (7x7) are counted to get to Shavuot (Pentecost). Likewise, 7x7 years are counted to reach a Yovel (Jubilee) year. Each of these 7 year bundles are a Shemitah year or a year of “release.” Wisdom has 7 pillars -(Proverbs 9:1). The 7th Feast of the Lord: Sukkot (Tabernacles) Leviticus 23:33-34.
The Bible, as a whole, was originally divided into 7 major divisions: They are 1) the Law; 2) the Prophets; 3) the Writings, or Psalms; 4) The Gospels and Acts; 5) the General Epistles; 6) the Epistles of Paul; and 7) the book of Revelation. The total number of originally inspired books was forty-nine, or 7x7, demonstrating the absolute perfection of the Word of God. The Bible uses 7 to indicate perfection, and 7 and 14 are inseparable throughout it. God is said in Revelation to have 7 Spirits, depicted as 7 lamp stands. The 7 candelabra (menorah) set on the Tabernacle in Exodus and Deuteronomy is homage to God’s “sevenfold Spirit.” Noah led the clean animals into the ark in sets of 7 pairs for each species. The unclean animals were saved to the tune of one pair each. Joshua led the Israelites, with the Ark, 7 times around Jericho. 7 loaves fed four thousand with 7 baskets leftover (Matthew 15:32-39). We must forgive our brothers/sisters 7x7 times (Matthew 18:21; Luke 17:4). Mary Magdalene had 7 evil spirits cast from her (Mark 16:9; Proverbs 6:16-19).
70 – “Ayin” has a sacred meaning in the Bible that is made up of the factors of two perfect numbers, 7 (representing perfection) and 10 (representing completeness and God's law). As such, it symbolizes perfect spiritual order carried out with all power. It can also represent a period of judgement. 70 elders were appointed by Moses (Numbers 11:16). After reading the covenant God gave him to read to the people, Moses took 70 elders, along with Aaron and his sons, up Mount Sinai to have a special meal with God Himself! (Exodus 24:9-11) Ancient Israel, spent a total number of 70 years in captivity in Babylon (Jeremiah 29:10). Seventy is also specially connected with Jerusalem. The city kept 70 years of Sabbaths while Judah was in babylonian captivity (Jeremiah 25:11). Seventy sevens (490 years) were determined upon Jerusalem for it to complete its transgressions, to make an end for sins and for everlasting righteousness to enter into it (Daniel 9:24).
The Number 8 – Shemoni (f) Shemonah (m): Eighth Hebrew letter: “Chet” - numerical value of eight. Pictographic meaning; wall, fence, protect, new beginning, separation, sin. The number 8 in the Bible represents a “new beginning,” meaning “a new order or creation,” and man's true 'born again' event when he is resurrection from the dead into eternal life. Boys were to be circumcised on the 8th day. The number 8 symbolizes circumcision of the heart through Christ and the receiving of the Holy Spirit (Romans 2:28–29; Colossians 2:11-13). Those in Christ are becoming a “new creation, with godly character being created by the power of God's Spirit (2 Corinthians 5:17; Ephesians 2:10, 4:23-24). After the 7 weeks of the spring harvest, the next day, the 50th day, is Pentecost and this day is also the 8th day of the 7th week. This 8th and 50th day combination pictures the “first resurrection” when the believers will be raised from the dead and made immortal (1 Corinthians 15:20–23; John 3:3–12; Revelation 20:4-6). After the 7 days of the Feast of Tabernacles there is an 8th day, called the Last Great Day.
40 different people wrote the Scriptures. The number 40 is a number composed of 5 (symbolizing grace) X 8 (symbolizing a new beginning). It is therefore only by God’s grace and love that man will someday be given a chance for a new beginning, as promised in the Word of God.
How is the number 8 related to Yeshua (Jesus) resurrection?
Yeshua showed himself alive 8 times after His Resurrection from the dead. His first appearance alive was to Mary Magdalene (Mark 16:9-11) then showed himself on the road to Emmaus (Luke 24); then to all the disciples except Thomas (John 20:19-24); then a week later to all them when Thomas was present (John 20:26-29).; He was seen by 500 believers at one time (1 Corinthians 15:4-7); to His disciples in Galilee (Matthew 28:16-17) and on Galilee’s shores (John 21:1-24). Yeshua’s final meeting was on the Mount of Olives, where he gave His followers instructions before ascending to heaven (Acts 1).
The Number 9 - Teshah (f.) Teeshah (m): Ninth Hebrew letter: “Tet” - Numerical value of nine. Pictographic meaning: basket, good/evil, snake, surround, knot, twist, spiral, fruitfulness, repentance, judgment. Used 49 times in Scripture, the number 9 symbolizes divine completeness or conveys the meaning of finality. Christ died at the 9th hour of the day, or 3 p.m., to make the way of salvation open to everyone. The total destruction of Jerusalem’s 1st temple began, on the Hebrew Calendar, on 9th of Av. It was also on this day that the 2nd (also known as Herod's) temple was burned to the ground by the Romans in 70 A.D. There are 9 fruit and gifts of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23, 1 Corinthians 12:8-10). Human gestation (pregnancy) lasts 9 months. “The Feast’s of the Lord” - cycle covers 9 months. Chanukah (Feast of Dedication) falls in the 9th Hebrew month (Kislev) and the Chanukiah Menorah has 9 branches, which represents the normal 7 branched menorah that remained lit for 8 days. 9th hour is hour of prayer (Acts 3:1; 10:30). Yeshua (Jesus) gave up His Spirit at the 9th hour (Matthew 27:46). Cornelius saw an angel of God in a vision at the 9th hour. (Acts 10:3, 30) Abram was 99 when YHWH changed his name to Abraham, gave him the covenant of circumcision, and predicted Isaac’s birth. (Genesis 17) Sarai was 90 when YHWH changed her name to Sarah and was promised a son - Isaac (Genesis 17) Yeshua will leave the 99 sheep to go after one (Matthew 18:12).
The number 90 means – “Righteous sifted” or “Freedom” and 99 means – “Shekinah Glory of God” and “Seal!”
The number 100 means – “The elect!”
The Number 10 - Esehr (f) Ahsahrah (m): Tenth Hebrew letter: “Yod” - numerical value of ten. Picture meaning: hand, work, worship, Law, deeds, fist, power, congregation. Testimony of God’s creative power! God gave the 10 Commandments to man (Exodus 20:1–17; Deuteronomy 5:6–21) - 10 therefore represents man's responsibility to keep them. A tithe is a 10th of our earnings and is a testimony of our faith in the Lord. In Genesis 1 we find the phrase - "God said" 10 times, which is the Ten Plagues (Exodus 7:14 – 11:10). For the sake of 10 righteous people, God would have spared Sodom (Genesis 18). Abraham’s servant brought 10 camels as gifts to Rebecca. He knew she was the one because she watered them (Genesis 24). Her brother (Laban) and her mother wanted her to tarry with them for 10 days. Could these represent the 10 Words and what helps us (the bride) to endure the wilderness until we meet our Groom? Laban changed Jacob’s wages 10 times (Genesis 31:7). There were 10 of 12 spies that gave a bad report to Israel, costing them 40 more years (4x10) in the wilderness (Numbers 13). The foundation of Tabernacle was made from 10x10 silver sockets. The 10 Virgins (5 wise, 5 foolish) - Matthew 25:1-13. 10 lost tribes of Israel. 10th generation represented whole (Deuteronomy 23:3). There were 10 generations from Adam to Noah. The 10 Days of Awe between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. The last great world-ruling kingdom of man under Satan is symbolized prophetically by the 10 toes of the statue - Daniel 2 and the 10 horns of Revelation 13 and 17.
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