Meanings for Numbers 50 through 99

The Bible’s Numbers 50 to 99

Links to Numbers:  1-10  11-49  50-99  100-9999

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Number 50-Jubilee – A celebration and time of forgiving all debts
Number 51-TBD
Number 52-See number 25–presence of Jesus on earth-Christmas celebration
Number 53-The Glory of God–The Burning Bush, the pillar of cloud/fire-
Number 54-Learning and realizing who God is, especially through Jesus Christ
Number 55-TBD
Number 56-TBD
Number 57-TBD
Number 58-God insures we know him – You will know I am the Lord
Number 59-God is a jealous God

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Number 60-Separating the clean from the unclean, the Godly from the Ungodly-
Number 61-TBD
Number 62-TBD
Number 63-TBD
Number 64-TBD
Number 65-Desolation-Trembling–The Fear of the Lord
Number 66-TBD
Number 67-Six days you will work, on the 7th God provides rest
Number 68-TBD
Number 69-Deceit and confusion – turning from God and doing things our own way
Number 70-Atonement, sabbath rest, Daniel’s 70th week
Number 71-TBD
Number 72-Testimony, witness, sending out witnesses, Jesus, the witness (77)
Number 73-A number of perfection (see also 37, 777)
Number 74-Fearlessly preaching God’s word to separate the clean from the unclean
Number 75-TBD
Number 76-Sliding back from being saved to wickedness – going from 7 to 6
Number 77-A number for Jesus who witnesses for himself
Number 78-In the process of becoming godly, but not quite there – moving from 7 to 8
Number 79-TBD

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Number 80-Relates to 8th step of Redemption Pattern — Godly servants, new beginnings
Number 81-TBD
Number 82-TBD
Number 83-TBD
Number 84-Related to the coming of the Lord (Day of the Lord) & #24
Number 85-TBD
Number 86-TBD
Number 87-TBD
Number 88-TBD
Number 89-TBD
Number 90-What we did, how we lived and acted while waiting for the Lord’s Return
Number 91-TBD
Number 92-The Return of the Lord to save and to Judge (rapture, Day of the Lord–99–29
Number 93-Related to Israel and the Jews–see number 39
Number 94-Related to last things before Jubilee (see 49)
Number 95-TBD
Number 96-God’s people being deceived, not consulting God, and living their own way
Number 97-TBD
Number 98-When Jesus passes over, he judges his people with righteousness and equity–The Lord’s Passover
Number 99-The soon coming of Jesus Christ to save and to Judge (rapture, Day of the Lord)

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The Bible’s Number 50 — Jubilee – A celebration and time of forgiving all debts–releasing all captives and servants. Freedom. Psalms 22 is a picture of Jesus dying on the cross and although seems tragic, it is also a picture of Jubilee-his death paid for our sins. It is no wonder Psalms 22 is the 500th (50×10) chapter of the Bible–pretty strong evidence that Psalms 22 is about Jesus.

Following are some of the many supporting passages for the theme for #50

  • Leviticus 27:3 tells us the value of a man who makes a difficult vow is 50 shekels, the price of salvation? – “…then your valuation shall be fifty shekels of silver, after the shekel of the sanctuary”.
  • The 5050th Bible verse speaks of Israel being led out of Egypt and obtaining their freedom from bondage — Deu 4:45 these are the testimonies and the statutes and the ordinances which Moses spoke to the sons of Israel, when they came out from Egypt
  • The 500th chapter is Psalm 22, a chapter of Jubilee as Jesus hung on the cross for our sins – Psa 22:1 My God, my God, why have You forsaken me? Far from my deliverance are the words of my groaning.
  • The 550th Bible verse commands Abraham to sacrifice his son – a metaphor of Jesus, God’s son being sacrificed
  • Gen 22:2 He said, Take now your son, your only son, whom you love, Isaac, and go to the land of Moriah, and offer him there as a burnt offering …”
  • Genesis 50 – Joseph’s brothers fear they will be paid back for their sin but Joseph forgives them – Gen 50:21 “…do not be afraid; I will provide for you and your little ones.” So he comforted them…”.
  • Isaiah chapter 50-The Lord speaks of his coming and asks if his hand is so short that it cannot redeem-a chapter about who will be redeemed-Isa 50:2 “Why was there no man when I came? …Is My hand so short that it cannot ransom? Or have I no power to deliver?...
  • Psalm chapter 50–all will be judged but those who offer a sacrifice of thanksgiving will be saved – Psalm 50:5 “Gather My godly ones to Me, Those who have made a covenant with Me by sacrifice.”.

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The Bible’s Number 51 —TBD


The Bible’s Number 52 —The presence of the Lord–See #25–TBD

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The Bible’s Number 53 — (excuse the mess–under construction 3/11/2010) Shekinah glory of God and being glorified–lifted up. We see this glory of God clearly in the 53rd chapter of the bible and the 53rd verse of Exodus–Exodus 3:2 says “And the angel of the LORD appeared unto him in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush: and he looked, and, behold, the bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed”. Exodus 3:6 “I am the God of your father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob.” Then Moses hid his face, for he was afraid to look at God. Moses was afraid because of his sin – Chapter and verse 3:6 is related to number 666 (3 sixes) and is appropriately assigned to this verse. The Bible’s key verse of original sin is another 36/666 related verse – Genesis 3:6 – When the woman saw that the tree was good for food…she took from its fruit and ate; and she gave also to her husband with her, and he ate.”. The pillar of cloud and of fire are also related to 53 and the Glory of God.

In John chapter 21 we see a very important 53 related number — John 21:11 “Simon Peter went up and drew the net to land, full of large fish, a hundred and fifty-three; and although there were so many, the net was not torn”. This passage is showing us of how God will lift up (glorify) the godly and will not lose a single person–the net did not tear. Another verse in the Bible helps us see this truth –

(more evidences for number 53 and the glory of God will be added)

Notes on #53

  • Best #53 related chapters
    • Isaiah 53—Holy of Holies—Jesus takes on the sins of the world
    • Psalms 53—(531st chapter) Only hope of salvation to all people is Jesus
  • John 3:5 Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.
  • Solomon assigned 153,000 men to build the temple (house of the Lord) –2Chr 2:2 …70,000 men to carry loads; 80,000 men to quarry {stone} in the mountains; 3,600 to supervise them.
  • The 153 fish “caught-up” in John 21
  • ZEPHANIAH-Has only 53 verses and is focused on The Coming Day of the Lord
  • 153 is (3*51) or (9*17)
  • The 351st chapter – (the 513th verse 1Chronicles) – Bringing the Ark (Glory of God) back –1Chronicles 13:5 So David assembled all Israel together, from the Shihor of Egypt even to the entrance of Hamath, to bring the ark of God from Kiriath-jearim.
  • Gen 6:15 is the 153rd verse of the Book/Bible, has the numbers 300, 50, and 30 in the text (353), and is about the dimensions of Noah’s Ark –Gen 6:15 “This is how you shall make it: the length of the ark three hundred cubits, its breadth fifty cubits, and its height thirty cubits.
  • The 1153rd chapter – 1Peter 2 – LIVING STONES Gen 6:15 “This is how you shall make it: the length of the ark three hundred cubits, its breadth fifty cubits, and its height thirty cubits.

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The Bible’s Number 54 — Learning and realizing who God is, especially through Jesus Christ The theme for number 54 is that of learning or realizing who God is as well as knowing about God. In the 54th chapter of Isaiah God tells israel who he is and how he will restore them and the 5th verse seems to be the key verse making a very direct claim about who God is. It is consistent with the theme we find for number 54 in that it is about us learning about who God is…

Isa 54:5 “For your husband is your Maker, Whose name is the LORD of hosts; And your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel, Who is called the God of all the earth.

For the remainder of examples we will use three verses supporting a common theme that all are clearly related in their cross Bible verse numbers – the 54th, the 540th and the 5,400th verses of the Bible.

The 5400th verseThe most striking evidence for this theme comes in the 5400th and 5401st verses of the Bible which are Deuteronomy 18:15-16 in which God tells us he will raise up for the people a prophet they are to listen to. God tells Israel he is sending this prophet (Christ) because Israel was terrified when they were last in the presence of God, and they asked God not to come before them again. These verses are among those that reveal God sent the Lord Jesus so that we might learn about God by listening to his prophet – thus fitting the theme of #54.  Deuteronomy 18:15 says – The LORD your God will raise up for you a prophet like me from among you, from your countrymen, you shall listen to him. v16 “This is according to all that you asked of the LORD your God…let me not see this great fire anymore, or I will die.”.

Other clues this verse is about Jesus – One way we can be more certain of the theme for number 54 is to realize it is a multiple of #27 which is a number for Jesus himself. Number multiples have related themes. Numbers Twenty-seven and seventy-two are ways of expressing seventy-seven (two sevens) and are related to Jesus who came to testify/witness about God. Knowing this, we find two other numbers related to Deuteronomy chapter 18 which contains the 5400th verse: first, the cross Bible chapter number is #171 which can be seen as 1+1&7 or 27 (1/2 of 54); second, there are 22 verses in this chapter and #22 is the number for Jesus the suffering servant (see # 22). Three numbers line up with the text to support this theme; (1) the chapter number relating to 27; (2) the count of 22 verses in the chapter; (3) the 5400 series of verses found in this chapter. All these numbers point to Jesus, the prophet of God sent to speak his words.

The 54th Bible verse— Another example of the theme for #54 is the 54th verse of the Bible in which Eve is brought to Adam (which is a metaphor of Jesus and his bride, the church). In this verse, Genesis 2:23 tells how Adam declared and knew what Eve represented – “The man said, “This is now bone of my bones, And flesh of my flesh; She shall be called Woman, Because she was taken out of Man”. This 54th verse lines up perfectly with the Bible’s 5400th verse as they both speak of Jesus being brought to his bride. Note that knowing the theme for #54 and this being the 54th verse help support our interpretation of the symbolism of this passage.

The 540th Bible verseAs another example of the number/text association for number 54 is the 540th verse of the Bible that tells us of the opposite side of knowing someone which is, not knowing them. Genesis 21:26 says “And Abimelech said, “I do not know who has done this thing; you did not tell me, nor did I hear of it until today.”.

Each of these cross Bible verse numbers show strong concurrence in suggesting the theme related to #54. These types of consistent number/contextual associations are some of the most encouraging examples for helping us truly realize we are not imagining things when we conclude the Bible really does contain a perfect Numeric Map of God.

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The Bible’s Number 55 —TBD


The Bible’s Number 56 —TBD


The Bible’s Number 57 —TBD


The Bible’s Number 58 — Realizing or seeing God – You shall know I am the Lord — Number 58 and its related number 85 both are related to God telling us that he will make sure we know who he is. This can be expressed in a few different ways. For example; God may tell us directly in his word who he is; we may be seeking to understand who God is; or God may be forcing us to realize who he is. There are limited direct inferences to number 58 in the Bible’s text but it is still important to understand the number symbolism to help in interpreting number 58 related text. Some examples that demonstrate the symbolism for 58 follow.

The 158th verse of Daniel is found in chapter 5 which is also the Bible’s 885th chapter (58 and 85 related). In this chapter, King Belshazzar had just seen the hand of God write on the wall during a banquet and no one understands it was a message from the hand of God. The chapter is about God telling the king that, like it or not, he will know who he is. In Daniel 5:8 (58) we see they could not understand the writing on the wall and that it was from God – “…all the king’s wise men came in, but they could not read the inscription or make known its interpretation to the king”. Daniel was brought in to translate the inscription and in verse 5:18 (58) we see his first action was to acknowledge God and show us Daniel knew God – “O king, the Most High God granted sovereignty, grandeur, glory and majesty to Nebuchadnezzar your father. The message written on the wall told the king he was to be driven away from mankind until he finally acknowledged God. Daniel 5:21 is the 158th (58) verse of Daniel and says “He was also driven away from mankind, and his heart was made like that of beasts, and his dwelling place was with the wild donkeys. He was given grass to eat like cattle, and his body was drenched with the dew of heaven until he recognized that the Most High God is ruler over the realm of mankind and that He sets over it whomever He wishes”. Daniel chapter 5 is a piece of strong evidence for the theme of 58.

Another example supporting the 58 theme is found in the Bible’s 158th chapter which is Deuteronomy 5. In verse 5:8 (58) God commands that we are not to make any image of God thus telling us it is impossible to make an image of him. We cannot understand God – You shall not make for yourself an idol, or any likeness of what is in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the water under the earth.

Another strong example for 58 is found in the Bible’s 5800th verse which is located in the 185th (85/58) bible chapter. I don’t see this as coincidence – Deuteronomy 32:41 says “…I will render vengeance on My adversaries, And I will repay those who hate Me. In another similarly numbered verse, the 15,800th verse is in the Bible’s 589th (58) chapter – Psalm 111:6  says “He has made known to His people the power of His works…”. There are only three verses in the Bible with a cross Bible verse reference ending in 5,800 and the last of the three is in Luke chapter 20. Verse 20 says – So they watched Him, and sent spies who pretended to be righteous, in order that they might catch Him in some statement, so that they could deliver Him to the rule and the authority of the governor. The chief priests were “watching” Jesus which is an action related to seeking to understand Jesus who claims he is God. Each of these uniquely numbered verses fit the same symbolism for 58 found in other locations.

There are only two chapter number fifty-eights and both of them are about understanding who God is; Psalm declares 58:11 says “And men will say, …Surely there is a God who judges on earth!; Isaiah 58:8-9 says “…The glory of the LORD will be your rear guard. “Then you will call, and the LORD will answer; You will cry, and He will say, ‘Here I am.

Words occurring 58 times: It is interesting that the words “almighty” and “Holy One” are found 58 times in the Bible. The words “Jesus answered” is also found 58 times and might be seen in the same sense that “God answered”. (NASB).
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The Bible’s Number 59 — God is a Jealous God — we must pick up our cross and follow him. Deuteronomy 5:9 ‘You shall not worship them or serve them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, and on the third and the fourth {generations} of those who hate Me..


The Bible’s Number 60 — Separating the clean from the unclean. Those that accept God’s ways from those wanting to do things their own way. Sin. Often seen in reference to the Lord Jesus coming (on his way). Six is related to crossing over so 60 might be seen as a crossing over or crossing back from Heaven by Jesus.  TBD

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The Bible’s Number 61 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 62 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 63 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 64 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 65 — 65-Desolation-Trembling–The Fear of the Lord–TBD


The Bible’s Number 66 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 67 — Six days you work and on the seventh you rest. Related to God giving us rest and even making rest for us by saving and protecting us. In Israel’s six day war (rest on the seventh day-67) Jerusalem was freed on the 6th day which was June 7, 1967 (6/7/67).  Was a miracle Israel won the war and the numbers seem to tell us who won it for them.

Israel’s six day war – Jerusalem returned to the Jews on June 7, 1967

On June 7, 1967 (6/7/1967) Jerusalem falls and is retaken by the Jews in Israel’s six day war. By June 7th Israel had basically won the war. This war is sometimes called the 1967 war. It appears the date of this event and the length of this war both relate to the number symbolism for 67 which speaks of God giving his people rest or victory on the 7th day.

This is an interesting date and event, but is it somehow found in the Bible? I believe yes and the clues begin with this important verse at Exodus 17:16:

Exo 17:16 and he said, “The LORD has sworn; the LORD will have war against Amalek from generation to generation.”

So how do I relate this verse with this special date in history? First, this verse is one I frequently examine because it is one of the 31 special 1000 verses in the Bible – it is the 2000th verse of the Bible and is a special transitional verse which marks the end of one section of scripture and the beginning of another. It is the conclusion of the historical events to deliver Israel out of Egypt. The symbolism related to the number two is also important–this being the 2000th verse relates it strongly to the number 2 which is about Jesus, the one appointed to redeem his people. For example, Exodus, the 2nd book is about Moses, a Jesus type who delivered Israel out of Egypt. This specific verse is the culmination of the events leading Israel out of bondage and in this concluding statement we find it declaring that even though this battle with Amalek to deliver the Jews is won, the LORD will have many more of these battles over the generations. God seems to be saying that Israel will do this over and over again–they do. So we can see the relationship with the event of this battle documented in Exodus history being similar in nature to the battle won by Israel on June 7, 1967. I know, that seems like an interesting correlation but is there more that ties them together? – glad you asked…

I first considered the relationship of this verse to the 6/7/1967 date through the verse reference of 17:16. It is difficult to explain, but there is sufficient evidence in the patterns of scripture for me to draw this assumption. Because of the special nature of this 2000th verse; the content being about the delivery of Israel from Egypt; the similarity of the 6/7/1967 date to the 17:16 verse reference; and the fact that is was specifically that Jerusalem was recaptured on this date, I’ve guessed for a long time that the date was related to the Bible’s symbolism for the number 67. But it was just recently (January 2010) that I made two more startling observations – Exodus chapter 17 happens to be the 67th chapter of the Bible, an interesting coincidence-or is it? This specific verse 16 is the 467th verse in Exodus. All I could say to myself was — Wow! There’s even more – this is also the last verse of the chapter which is a clear marking point for the end of this part of Israel’s history. All these things pushed my suspicion of the special nature of this verse to a personal confirmation of the relationship of this verse to this date in history. I don’t imagine how it is possible for all these things lining up by sheer coincidence.

Still more evidence for the symbolic theme for #67? – The symbolism for the number 67 appears directly related to many mentions of six and seven together in the Bible.  The most prevalent combination of 6 and 7 in scripture is in references to 6 days work and the 7th is rest but there is more. Note how all the following verses seem to point to a more common theme of how God delivers on the 7th of a series of different types of things. It can be the seventh year, month, day or even seventh item in a list. These verses seem to speak of God giving freedom or rest on the seventh just like it appears he did on 6/7/1967.

Exo 34:21 “You shall work six days, but on the seventh day you shall rest;
Exo 31:17 …in six days the LORD made heaven and earth, but on the seventh day He ceased  and was refreshed.”
Deu 15:12 “If…a Hebrew…is sold to you, then he shall serve you six years, but in the seventh year you shall set him free.
Job 5:19 “From six troubles He will deliver you, Even in seven evil will not touch you.
Exo 24:16 The glory of the LORD rested on Mount Sinai, and the cloud covered it for six days; and on the seventh day He called to Moses from the midst of the cloud.

The number 67 seems to have a theme that God delivers and gives us rest on the seventh of a series of events. It is not only that the seventh day is a sabbath day for rest, but that God has given us the seventh and sabbath day for rest.

Mrk 2:27 Jesus said to them, “The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath.

In these and many other verse evidences for this symbolism we find this theme. One more thing in case you missed the relationship earlier — Jerusalem was freed on 6/7/1967 in a war that was called Israel’s 6 day war….on the 7th day they rested?

 

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The Bible’s Number 68 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 69 — Deceit and confusion – turning from God and doing things our own way

The most dramatic example of the theme for #69 is the 69th verse of the Bible where Eve blamed her sin on the deceit of the serpent – Genesis 3:13 says “Then the LORD God said to the woman, “What is this you have done?” And the woman said, “The serpent deceived me, and I ate.”

In the 69th chapter Exo 19:16 (96) tells us of the fear and trembling that occurred when the Lord came down so the people could meet him – “So it came about on the third day, when it was morning, that there were thunder and lightning flashes and a thick cloud upon the mountain and a very loud trumpet sound, so that all the people who were in the camp trembled.

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The Bible’s Number 70 — Sabbath rest, atonement — Daniel’s 70th week  – TBD

70th verse of Ruth – Ruth 4:7 Now this was the custom in former times in Israel concerning the redemption and the exchange of land to confirm any matter: a man removed his sandal and gave it to another; and this was the manner of attestation in Israel.

Notes on 70

  • The Days of our life are 70 or 80 – Psa 90:10 As for the days of our life, they contain seventy years, Or if due to strength, eighty years, Yet their pride is {but} labor and sorrow; For soon it is gone and we fly away.

The Bible’s Number 71 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 72 — Testimony, witnesses, witness. Ruth 4:9 is the 7200th verse of the Bible and is the 72nd verse of Ruth. If that is not amazing enough, Ruth 4 is the 236th chapter of the Bible (2×36=72) and the chapter and verse reference (4×9) multiply to 36 which is 1/2 of 72. The verse text confirms the theme. Those who think this is all coincidence need to ponder the facts awhile longer. – Ruth 4:9 “Then Boaz said to the elders and all the people, “You are witnesses today that I have bought from the hand of Naomi all that belonged to Elimelech and all that belonged to Chilion and Mahlon”.
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The Bible’s Number 73 — A number of perfection and salvation very similar to 777 and more directly related to 37. — See number 777 for more information…


The Bible’s Number 74 — Similar to #47 which speaks of separating the clean from the unclean – #74 speaks about what is required for salvation and more specifically, seems focused on the fearless preaching of God’s Word. It is also found related to those who preach what the people want to hear instead of boldly preaching the word.

Separating clean from unclean – Amazing numbers – the 164th chapter (74); Chapter/Verse 7:4; and 7 and 4 in text – Gen 7:4 “For after seven more days, I will send rain on the earth forty days and forty nights; and I will blot out from the face of the land every living thing that I have made.”
Exo 7:4When Pharaoh does not listen to you, then I will lay My hand on Egypt….
Deu 7:4 “For they will turn your sons away from following Me to serve other gods; ….
Isa 7:4 …’Take care and be calm, have no fear and do not be fainthearted
Jer 7:4 “Do not trust in deceptive words,…’
Hos 7:4 …Like an oven heated by the baker Who ceases to stir up the fire
Amo 7:4 …the Lord GOD was calling to contend with them by fire…
John 7:4show Yourself to the world.”
the 14714th Bible verse; 774 book verse – Psa 52:3 You love evil more than good, Falsehood more than speaking what is right
74th Bible chapter – Exo 24:7 Then he took the book of the covenant and read it in the hearing of the people;…
17105th verse (74) and 704th book verse – Prov 24:25 But to those who rebuke the wicked will be delight…
744th chapter and 1254th verse (74)Isa 65:11 “…you who forsake the LORD, …who fill cups with mixed wine for Destiny,
18974th verse in the 747th chapter – Jer 2:8 “…those who handle the law did not know Me; … the prophets prophesied by Baal….

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The Bible’s Number 75 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 76 — Like 67 but seems instead of moving from work to sabbath rest seems a reference to the blessed sliding back to condemnation. 76 may be related to the US. 1776 is Independence Day. 6/7/1967 is Jerusalem independence Day (6 day war).

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The Bible’s Number 77 — A number for Jesus Christ, savior and redeemer. Related to 27 and 72.


The Bible’s Number 78 — Israel–78 is two times 39 which is a number for Israel and the Jews who have not yet escaped their wilderness wandering (#40 is 39+1). Seven is a number of being watched over by the Good Shepherd and is also a number for being under judgment — Judges is the 7th Book and speaks of Israel’s continual falling away and judgment. Number eight is about the Godly being redeemed as we see in Genesis chapter eight, where the ark rested and the remnant of eight were saved. The eight book is Ruth, and is about both jew and gentile coming back to God’s land and being restored–Ruth was married to Boaz which is a picture of Jesus and his bride the church.

It seems that seventy-eight can be looked at as seven followed by eight – a reference to being being somewhere in the process of moving from the 7th to the 8th step of God’s Redemption pattern (ref my book).

Exo 22:30 “You shall do the same with your oxen and with your sheep. It shall be with its mother seven days; on the eighth day you shall give it to Me.

Lev 22:27 “When an ox or a sheep or a goat is born, it shall remain seven days with its mother, and from the eighth day on it shall be accepted as a sacrifice of an offering by fire to the LORD.

Lev 23:36 ‘For seven days you shall present an offering by fire to the LORD. On the eighth day you shall have a holy convocation and present an offering by fire to the LORD; it is an assembly. You shall do no laborious work.

Lev 23:39 ‘On exactly the fifteenth day of the seventh month, when you have gathered in the crops of the land, you shall celebrate the feast of the LORD for seven days, with a rest on the first day and a rest on the eighth day.

Neh 8:18 He read from the book of the law of God daily, from the first day to the last day. And they celebrated the feast seven days, and on the eighth day there was a solemn assembly according to the ordinance. (note: chapter and verse can be seen as 8:7 related to 78)

Mic 5:5 This One will be our peace. When the Assyrian invades our land, When he tramples on our citadels, Then we will raise against him Seven shepherds and eight leaders of men.


The Bible’s Numeric Map reveals the number 78 as well; The Bible’s 78th verse tells about how men are not yet godly and are trying to be god themselves — Gen 3:22 “Then the LORD God said, “Behold, the man has become like one of Us, knowing good and evil; and now, he might stretch out his hand, and take also from the tree of life, and eat, and live forever“. The Bible’s 7,800 and 7,801st verses have a similar theme – 1Sam 22:12-13 Saul said, “Listen now, son of Ahitub.” And he answered, “Here I am, my lord.” v13 Saul then said to him, “Why have you and the son of Jesse conspired against me, in that you have given him bread and a sword and have inquired of God for him, so that he would rise up against me by lying in ambush as {it is} this day?“. These verses are in the 258th chapter and 258 can be seen as 2+5 with 8 or 78. 1Samuel 22:12 is also the 587th verse of the book of 1Samuel and this number ending in 87 is consistent with the perfection of the Bible’s Numeric Map. Three different aligning numbers that fit the theme of the text which is also seen in other 78 related passages.

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The Bible’s Number 79 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 80 —Relates to the 8th step of the Redemption Pattern which is the step of becoming an obedient Godly servant.

Notes on 80

  • The Days of our life are 70 or 80 – Psa 90:10 As for the days of our life, they contain seventy years, Or if due to strength, eighty years, Yet their pride is but labor and sorrow; For soon it is gone and we fly away.

The Bible’s Number 81 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 82 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 83 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 84 — 84/12=7 which may be a reference to the 7 year tribulation. Appears a number related to The Day of the Lord and #24. Numbers for Eze 22:22 seem to reflect the symbolism of this number. ‘As silver is melted in the furnace, so you will be melted in the midst of it; and you will know that I, the LORD, have poured out My wrath on you.’ ”


The Bible’s Number 85 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 86 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 87 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 88 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 89 — xxx

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The Bible’s Number 90 — What we did, how we lived and acted while waiting for the Lord’s Return

Related to our acts or service as we await the Lord’s return. Referring to Godly saints seeking a full blessing or our sinful actions we slide back into as we await the Lord’s return. The 9th step of the Redemption Pattern is that of obedient servants (#8) persevering in service while watching and waiting for Jesus return.


The Bible’s Number 91 — xxx


The Bible’s Number 92 — Like 29..related to the return of the Lord, both to catch up the faithful and the beginning of The Day of the Lord. Number ninety-two is directly related to 911, God’s number of consequences to nations who have turned from the Lord — See Daniel 9:11 and related passages.

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The Bible’s Number 93 — See number 39


The Bible’s Number 94 — See number 49


The Bible’s Number 95 — see number 59


The Bible’s Number 96 — Israel and believers being deceived not consulting God, living their own way

The 96th chapter of the Bible is Leviticus chapter 6 and is about the atonement required for sin. In a foretelling of Jesus giving his own life, this chapter says we must make an offering of a ram without defect for sin. It is not coincidence the sacrifice for sin is mentioned in this 6:6th verse associated with #66 which is also about sin.

Leviticus 6:6 “Then he shall bring to the priest his guilt offering to the LORD, a ram without defect from the flock… v7 …the priest shall make atonement for him before the LORD, and he will be forgiven for any one of the things which he may have done to incur guilt.”

A second example–Joshua chapter 9 is the 196th chapter of the Bible and both verse 9:6 and verse 9:16 are key chapter verses about the deceit brought on the Israel because they had not consulted God. In this chapter, the kings of Canaan devised a plan to fool Israel into making a covenant with them to insure they would not destroy them. The kings sent representatives who claimed they were ambassadors from distant nations when they were actually from nearby kingdoms. After hearing their story, verse 14 says Israel’s leaders did not seek the counsel of God and were fooled into making a covenant. In verse 9:6 we find the actual lie and deceit and in verse 9:16 the covenant was made but then discovered. A chapter strong in both numbering and text showing the theme for #96 as men were lead away from God and doing things their own way.

Joshua 9:6 And they went to Joshua unto …him, and to the men of Israel, We are come from a far country: now therefore make ye a covenant with us.

Joshua 9:16 And it came to pass at the end of three days after they had made a covenant with them, that they heard that they were their neighbors, and that they dwelt among them.

See also number 69 which is also similar in theme to this number. The most dramatic example of the theme for #69 is the 69th verse of the Bible where Eve blamed her sin on the deceit of the serpent – Genesis 3:13 says “Then the LORD God said to the woman, “What is this you have done?” And the woman said, “The serpent deceived me, and I ate.”

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The Bible’s Number 97 — see number 79


The Bible’s Number 98 — When Jesus passes over, he judges his people with righteousness and equity–The Lord’s Passover — Jesus seeks out the faithful remnant who are marked to be saved. Others are destroyed without pity. Ezekiel 9:8 is a very specific example that says – As they were striking the people and I alone was left, I fell on my face and cried out saying, “Alas, Lord GOD! Are You destroying the whole remnant of Israel by pouring out Your wrath on Jerusalem?“. Also in the 968th chapter, Mark 11:13 says Seeing at a distance a fig tree in leaf, He went to see if perhaps He would find anything on it; and when He came to it, He found nothing but leaves…. In the 98th verse of the book, Hosea 7:14 says “they do not cry to Me from their heart …, They turn away from Me. “. Also in 2Chronicles 7:14 is the well quoted verse – “…if My people who are called by My name humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin and will heal their land“.. How does this 7:14 verse have a relationship with #98 — 7×14=98. Note, Hosea 7:14 is the 98th verse and 7×14=98.

Patterns in the Bible’s numeric map consistently show the verse text relationship to; chapter times verse; chapter plus verse; and chapter with verse (7:14=714) are all to be considered in evaluating verse themes. This gives an example of how incredibly complex the DNA like Numeric Map must be.

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The Bible’s Number 99 — Related to 29 and 92 about the last things that will occur before the final judgment.