The Bible is Divinely Numbered – Every book, chapter and verse precisely numbered and ordered by God
Every number in the Bible has meaning and aids in interpretation – IE Chapter Numbers
There is a progressive pattern and symbolism in numbers. The Numbers 1-10 outline God’s plan for the Christian Walk
Once we see the divine perfection in scripture, our eyes are opened to new patterns and discoveries in scripture
Compelling evidences suggesting a perfectly numbered Bible
Everything we know about how the Bible was created tells us the Bible’s structure (book, chapter and verse organization) was done for man’s convenience. The Bible could not possibly be divinely numbered. I told myself the same thing over a couple of years until the evidence simply overwhelmed my ability to deny the perfection any longer. If you can bring yourself to discern the evidence for yourself, at first you will not be able to take it in — but as you see more & more examples, the perfection of numbers and the preponderance of how biblical numbers line up with the text will eventually convince you the only way it could exist is if God himself made it happen. How could this discovery remain hidden for more than 2000 years? I’m convinced it is because God designed it for this point in history and kept it hidden until he wanted it revealed.
This web site is full of evidence of all kinds for the DNA-like perfection of the Bible, and you will want to dismiss example after example as coincidence until…at some point you also will start to realize there’s just too much evidence, in too many very strategic Bible locations, to think it happened by chance, or is simply the product of someone’s overactive imagination.
Following are some startling examples to make you wonder if this is remotely possible. If you are the curious type, or love discoveries in God’s Word, keep looking and be amazed at what God has done. Once you observe the patterns you will never think of God’s Word the same again…it truly is a supernatural book.
- The Shortest Bible Chapter with just two verses is also the exact center chapter – Psalm 117. Both verses declare “Praise the Lord” – happenstance?
- The exact middle verses of the Bible are Psalm 103:1-2. Both declare “Bless the Lord O my soul”. – The Bible is about Jesus
- John 3:16 is in the 1000th Bible chapter and #1000 is God’s number of perfection…how?
- The 24,000th Bible verse is Matthew 24:42 the key verse about the DAY (24 hours) of the Lord in a chapter about the Day of the Lord. This is one of the 31, one-thousand verse divisions of the Bible. Each one is at the point of a major transition event.
- Revelation 14:4 (144) tells about the 144,000 witnesses. This might be chance except all the other examples tell us this is most likely by design.
- #666 is associated with sin/evil and in Genesis 3:6 (3 sixes) Eve ate the forbidden fruit – the verse of original sin.
- Revelation 12:6 (126) specifically predicts waiting for one thousand two hundred sixty days (1260 days=3 1/2 years). Daniel 12:6 also mentions 3 1/2 years – “time, times and a half a time”.
- 666th chapter – Ecc 7:20 For there is not a just man upon earth, that doeth good, and sinneth not.
911th chapter – Hag 2:6 For thus saith the LORD of hosts; Yet once, it is a little while, and I will shake the heavens, and the earth, and the sea, and the dry land; Number 911 is about Judgment to nations who have turned against God. See Daniel 9:11 God is angry with Israel. Genesis 11:9 – The Tower of Babel…
- 777th chapter – God promises to one day restore israel (#777 = salvation). The land is purchased and the deed stored safely in an earthen vessel.
- 500th chapter – Psalm 22 – Jesus on the cross paying the price for our sin (#50/500 symbolic of freedom/Jubilee)
- …and many, many more examples of the Bible’s DNA like supernatural perfection are found in this web site…
A Bible discovery that has so far been rejected because it is humanly impossible to be…that’s the point.
God has somehow had his hand on creating a perfect and divinely structured Bible (KJV, NASB, NIV…). This includes the number and order of every book, chapter and verse and well as all the text and even every list in the Bible. Also, there is a ten part number related pattern to everything written in the scriptures – each of these ten parts correspond to the numbers one to ten. The pattern of numbers and text show us how themes associated with each of the ten numbers reveal a ten step “Redemption Pattern” that seems a step by step path each believer takes in their walk with God.
To see examples for yourself …check out the numerically mapped King James Bible (KJV) at www.amazingword.com/bible.
2009 Video Trailer – Seems a Bit dramatic but not really considering the impact of the discovery
Check out the video trailer….
Getting to know the progressive symbolism of God’s Numbers 1 through 10.
Every number in the Bible has meaning and is useful for interpreting God’s Word. See how evidence clearly shows even book, chapter and verse are God assigned Inside….Learn how knowledge of biblical number symbolism provides new insights into our understanding of a Christian’s Walk and what the Bible teaches about it.
Notice how there is a progression of symbolism through these numbers…They provide us with a roadmap for our lives and steps of understanding we must take in our Christian walk. These definitions are very different and much more meaningful than how Biblical numbers are explained and oversimplified.
#1-God–Creator of all things–Beginnings, first things, things counted, set apart by kind, self, pride, God, leaders, Kings (1st book: Genesis — God, the beginning, need for a redemeer)
#2-Jesus-God sends a redeemer to save his people–relationship, sons, daughters, love (2nd book: Exodus — A redeemer is sent)
#3-Holy Spirit-God in us–Righteousness, Purity and our impurity, Power of God (3rd book: Leviticus — A holy and righteous God, the need for sacrafices for sin, our inability to save ourselves)
#4-Wilderness Trials, testing–A time of sifting/preparing the heart to consider God’s way–All things of creation and of this world (4th book: Numbers — Wilderness wandering seeking the promised land, trials, death)
#5-Instructions for entering the land–Covenants, instructions, rules, promises…choices for blessings & curses (5th book: Deuteronomy — Instructions/conditions before entering the land. Promises, covenants, consequences)
#6-Sin, evil, crossing over & turning from Sin–Following God and crossing over into his land. Repentance, removing strongholds of sin (6th book: Joshua — Decision to enter God’s land. Attempting to remove strongholds of sin.)
#7-Becoming Complete–The Good Shepherd leads with rod and staff, conflict, adultery, turning away and turning back. Not a number of perfection, but a number of our struggle learning man’s ways vs God’s ways. The Lord’s efforts to redeem us via rod and staff. If successful we then become “Godly”. (7th book: Judges — experiencing God’s ways vs man’s ways. Men keep failing and calling out to God.)
#8-The Godly & New Beginnings–Faithful Servants, receiving the Holy Spirit, abundance, the remnant, baptism, circumcision (8th book: Ruth — Finally truly recognizing God’s way is the only way and His land is best. Godly servants return to the land.)
#9 Watching for Jesus return–Future things — persevering in service, future events and plans. Our activities while we wait patiently for the Lord’s return. (9th complete book: 1/2 Samuel — Saul vs David. Examples of how to serve God while we await his return.)
#10-Endings – Last & Final Things-Commands, Day of the Lord, final judgment, last things of all kinds including the end of the age. (10th complete book: 1/2 Kings — Last things. Faild leaders, final judgments, exile, the land remains empty.) ….
#11, #12, #13 up to #1000 – Number definitions continue on… See website pages to learn more about Bible numbers and patterns.