Christianity in numbers

Christianity in Numbers ✝️ 🔢

Christianity in Numbers ✝️ 🔢

Numerology in the Bible is a popular subject. ADDucation’s list of Christianity in numbers focuses on explaining how important tenets of Christianity are connected to numbers.

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# Numbers in Christianity 12 Apostles 7 Deadly Sins 7 sacraments The 10 Commandments 7 Last Words of Christ 7 days of creation
1 Oneness of the Godhead. One is a prime number only divisable by itself. Andreas Lust Baptism Thou shalt have no other gods before me. Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do. God created day and night, heaven and Earth.
2 Union between man and woman when two become one. Two is both a union and a division or verification by a witness or anothers actions. Bartholomew Gluttony Confirmation Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image. Amen, I say unto thee, today you will be with me in paradise. God divided heaven and Earth.
3 Completeness. Three is the first of four spiritually perfect numbers along with 7, 10 and 12. James the Elder Greed Eucharist Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain. Woman, behold your son. Behold, your mother. God created the land, sea and vegetation.
4 On the fourth day god created all the stars including the sun and the moon. There are four gospel accounts. James the Younger Sloth Penance Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy. My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? God created the Sun, moon and stars.
5 Gods grace, goodness and favor towards humans. Five is the number of grace. Christianity in numbers. John Wrath Anointing Honor thy father and thy mother. I thirst. God created creatures, great and small.
6 Man and human weakness. Six represents the evils of Satan and manifestation of Sin. Man was created on the sixth day. Judas Iscariot Envy Holy Thou shalt not kill. It is finished. God created mankind.
7 Foundation of God’s word. Seven is the number of both physical and spiritual completeness and perfection. Jude Thaddeus Pride Matrimony Thou shalt not commit adultery. Father, into your hands I commit my spirit. God rested.
8 A new beginning. Jesus was resurrected eight days after his selection as man’s sacrificial lamb. Matthew Thou shalt not steal.
9 Divine completeness and finality. The nine fruits of God’s Holy Spirit are faithfulness, gentleness, goodness, joy, kindness, long suffering, peacem, love and self control. Peter Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.
10 10 is a complete and perfect number. God gave man ten commandments. Philip Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s house/wife…
11 Disorder, chaos and judgment. In Genesis 11 man rebelled against God and the tower of Babel was built. Simon the Canaanite
12 Symbolizes God’s power and authority.  Twelve is a perfect number along with 3, 7 and 10. Thomas

# More Christianity in numbers
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  • Satan is symbolized by the dragon 🐉. Dragon is mentioned 13 times in Revelation and over 35 times in the King James bible. Satan is behind all rebellion against God.
  • Although 13 is generally considered an unlucky number in the bible book of Esther, where the number 13 appears 6 times it also turned out to be a lucky number for the Jews.
21 The sum of 13 (sin) plus 8 (new beginning) symbolizes depravity and sinfulness. The children of Israel had 21 rebellions in the wilderness.
40 Symbolizes a testing period, a trial or probation. Jesus was tempted many times during the 40 days and nights he fasted before taking up his ministry began and he appeared to his disciples 40 days after his resurrection.
666 We all know 666 is the “mark of the devil” but the number 666 will not literally appear on the body of the anti-christ. Christianity in numbers shows six is weakness, one less than seven, making up 666:
  • The first six of the number 666 relates to false religions of man under Satan’s lead.
  • The second six represents the false governments of this world.
  • The third six symbolizes mankind’s imperfect selfish economic system.

 

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