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Meaning Of Numbers In The Bible

What is the significance of repeating and using certain numbers in the Bible such as 3, 7, etc?

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When the scriptures were translated in the early years of the Protestant Reformation, the script was divided into Books, chapters and verses in the format of Robert Estienne.
In acts of dividing the script, outside of the knowledge of the translators, prophetic intimations were created by God in numeral divisions.
In the manner in which God created them, both positive and negative attributes can be found in almost all divisions. They were created in this manner to terminate there ability to be used as numerology. >To translate the Integral Shadows of the Bible morals and ethics of Christianity must be viewed with Spiritual guidance. In the King James translation of the scripture thousands of numeral allegorical shadows are there.
---Toby on 5/5/09


Hi, Trying to figure out if the number 32 has any significance in the bible. If so please could someone let me know.

Many thanks.
---Snow100 on 12/11/07


Read the book Number In Scripture by E.W. Bullinger for info. on numbers in the Bible.
---Leslie on 12/26/06


7 is my favorite number to study
7 = Perfect
7 = Rest = It's finished!
7 = Completeness
Jesus is a 7. We are a 7 "IN CHRIST".
We are perfect In Christ
We are Complete in Him
We have entered into His Rest.
We just have 777 stamped all over us (we are a New Creation!
Now, those 6's are just men. Earthlings, who worship other earthlings.
---kathr4453 on 12/18/06


I go to a Baptist church in DC. We are looking at the numbers in the bible. The significance of the numbers as you have laid them out is correct. Please keep sharing what you have learned so others may thirst for the words of knowledge!
---Ms._G on 12/18/06




Sweetie, Baby Doll, Honey Pie, Hon, etc., are considered terms of sexual harrassment in the workplace. Especially from Boss to employee, it's a putdown.
---Tracy on 12/14/06


*I am from the South and its VERY common for men and women to address each other as 'sweetheart', 'sweetie,' 'hon.'*

Outside of family & close friends it was never that common in the part of the South I was raised in. Today most people save these terms of endearment for family because they know that many consider it patronizing.

Also, addressing an elder in this manner has always been considered disrespectful.
---augua9846 on 12/14/06


Steveng, your references to children give me the willies. Some of your answers make me nauseous. I have no idea what you really do for a living, it doesn't matter, but something is haywire.
---Paul on 12/13/06


Aside from the narcissism, Steveng, you need professional/medical help.
---Josh on 12/13/06


Barbara, I too am from the South. Unfortunately many of our "Southerners" are slang and have made offense to be the norm. Other examples are "my old lady" and "my ball and Chain." Just because it is "common" doesn't make it non offensive to some. Another nasty habit of Many Southerners is eating fat back. Just because it's common doesn't keep you from getting Heart disease! God Bless.
---jason on 12/13/06




Just on the "sweetheart" issue Steven.
I am from the South and its VERY common for men and women to address each other as 'sweetheart', 'sweetie,' 'hon.' It has never offended me unless done in a patronizing or flirty way. God bless you hon!
---NV_Barbara on 12/13/06


Steven, Biblically it doesn't matter if you are politicaly correct or not. It should bother you and send remorse to your heart. Paul said if it offendeth your brother to do away with it. If you are led by the Spirit like you say you are, you'll listen to Him. He will not say something is okay that the Bible says is not. God spoke to the Apostles the Word. I pray next time you will be sincere and not sarcastic. If your apology was sincere, God bless, if it wasn't, God Bless.
---Jason on 12/13/06


"I'm not going to stop because I offend someone. I'm not part of the polically correct party, I'm my own person guided by the Holy Spirit."

Steveng, are you saying that the Holy Spirit told you to call her sweetheart? Also, I don't think being PC has anything to do with it. Its about having respect for another individual. If Debbie doesn't want you to call her sweetheart you ought to respect her wishes.
---Kay on 12/13/06


Jason, Debbie: I'm not sorry for saying "sweetheart." I've been calling girls from new borns to 90 year olds for as long as I remember. I speak it, I write it. I'm not going to stop because I offend someone. I'm not part of the polically correct party, I'm my own person guided by the Holy Spirit.

Sweetheart according to Meriam Webster dictionary: 1. one who is loved 2. A generally likable person 3. a remarkable one of its kind 4. darling.

Jason: I'm not married.
---Steveng on 12/13/06


Danie: Maybe, he'd just seen some very ignorant and/or heretical ideas related to numbers elsewhere on the Net, and wrote in frustration before thinking;

It's a good thing you said 'maybe,' unfortunately most people will read the sentence bypassing the maybe. Mothers say I'm patient with children, bosses ask how I could be so calm while everyone else is running around like chickens with their heads cut off.

I do think before I write or speak.
---Steveng on 12/13/06


Besides, I was studying parapsycology, spiritualism, ESP, ghosts, numerology, whichcraft and demonology, religions, flying saucers, psionics, channeling, et al, way before the internet became the internet. I even attended Satan's churches, several seances, and other paranormal phenomenom (not as a participant, but as an observer). How else are you to learn about the enemy (Satan) and try to reason with people who are involved in such things.
---Steveng on 12/13/06


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Thanks for all the kind words and Steven, I am not your sweetheart, but I am your sister; so may you receive all the spiritual blessings that God has blessed you with in heavenly places in Christ Jesus.
---Debbie on 12/13/06


Steven, Leave the terms of endearment for your spouse. If you have offended brethren, apologize and be done. God Bless.
---jason on 12/12/06


Debbie: "I feel your response to me as a Christian was very harsh."

I did it out of love, sweetheart. Sometimes a Christian must be harsh. On another blog, people were giving their interpretation of the seeds in the Parable of the Sower. There were four, but non of them correct. How do I know? Because Jesus explained what the seeds were in the verses following the parable. It was as plain as the noses on their faces, but they did not see.
---Steveng on 12/12/06


Steveng: Yes, I know about the ideas behind the 39 lashes. Apparentlty, you didn't understand my "most will never dwell on" phrase nor the fact I never said those numbers had ANY meaning; except for how painful they were to Paul! I'm sure by now, you see that I consider much of what's said by so many allegorists about numbers in the Bible to be waste of our time!
---danie9374 on 12/12/06


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[1] Debbie: Steveng def. shouldn't have made such a personal remark about your faith! Maybe, he'd just seen some very ignorant and/or heretical ideas related to numbers elsewhere on the Net, and wrote in frustration before thinking; as all of us may have done at one time? HOWEVER, as I've attempted to point out here (AND there's a clear example in what Eloy said to you): The 'meanings' different people give to these numbers can be very SUBJECTIVE; no one can say to another "you're wrong" [cont.]
---danie9374 on 12/12/06


[2] because almost all of these ideas aren't based on any clear statements from Scripture!!! These 'meanings in numbers' (which go way beyond merely observing and stating how they were used by its authors), sprang from people who 'felt' the Bible always had an 'allegorical message' in all its verses; not just what the author meant. Most spent much time reading Greek philosphers too; and some were def. heretics! Today, if a Bible teacher allows you to go home after asking 'What does this passage [cont.]
---danie9374 on 12/12/06


[3] mean to you?' but never says 'the author surely had only ONE meaning in mind when he wrote that; so let's determine, if we can, what that meaning was first, before applying this to our own lives.' Then he's committed a great blunder as a teacher and hasn't really helped you to understand Scripture! IF God's words were really intended to MEAN (not how it can be 'applied') so many different (and often contradictory) things, then in essence, it would have little meaning at all! [Cont.]
---danie9374 on 12/12/06


[4] Scripture is in fact, mostly history; not allegory! We must read it as literally as any NON-fiction work; unless its context indicates a passage to be poetic, etc. in nature. The Bible is NOT a book of 'hidden codes' meant for only an 'enlightened' few to discover! It's possible for all His sheep to know everything He revealed! That's NOT to say it won't require much study on your part, to grasp all of what God's said; it does, but it's possible for anyone who takes the time to do so!
---danie9374 on 12/12/06


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Steveng, I feel your response to me as a Christian was very harsh. My relationship with Christ has nothing to do with numbers, it is all about Him. Numbers can be a benefit in studying the Word but they, just as types and shadows, can never be used to base or prove a doctrine. I am sorry you didn't approve of the list I gave, but that is no excuse for your flesh to rise up.
---Debbie on 12/12/06


Well I believe that numbers are like music...universal language. Tree stands for the Godhead (trinity) Father, Son and Holy Ghost, the three sixes are supposed to refer to the mark of the beast and the most important one, used more than anything is one..One True God!
---debra6575 on 12/12/06


"#8 Number of the new creation, new birth, the believer, the Bride of Christ"

888 is the number of Jesus.
---Kay on 12/11/06


[1] Did my last post get your attention? Every Believer has to admit, without clear statements from God, we must be very careful in our conclusions on this topic. So, what can we say on the use of numbers in Scripture?
1) First, this is NOT numerology! Trying to find justification for every word via numerical codes, etc. is just plain FALSE!
2) Recognize these 'meanings' are only man's ideas about how the Bible and its authors used numbers; they could easily be wrong! [Cont.]
---danie9374 on 12/11/06


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[2]That said, there does appear to be evidence for at least some human authors Scripture having a 'fondness' for using certain numbers in the structure of their Biblical works. But as interesting as they might be, you must NEVER allow such facts to influence your decisions, as pagans did! The Babylonians and later Pythagoreans and various other groups in history, made far too much out of numerical symbolism in their lives; and it seems some Christians have fallen for it as well! [Cont.]
---danie9374 on 12/11/06


[3] Learning how an author; or even the Holy Spirit, used numbers as a literary device within Scripture is much different than giving those numbers too much significance. While they may reflect certain aspects of God's nature (3 in 1), creative acts (6 days), attributes, messages, etc., none of them have the slightest bit of power in themselves; so always be careful to see them only for what they are. Finally, occurrances of numbers in Scripture quite often have NO 'special menaing' at all!
---danie9374 on 12/11/06


Debbi, those definitions are not Biblical, for one means singleness; two means witness; three means strength; etc.
---Eloy on 12/12/06


#600 - Number of warfare
#666 - Number of the anti-christ, beast
#888 - Number of first resurrection saints
#1000 - Number of divine completeness and Glory of God.
---Debbie on 12/11/06


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Colors:
White Speaks of purity
Red Speaks of the blood
Blue Speaks of the heavenlies
Purple Speaks of royalty
Green -- Speaks of resurrection life
Gold Speaks of deity
Silver Speaks of redemption
Brass Speaks of judgment

Wool -- Speaks of justification
Linen Speaks of sanctification
Wood Speaks of humanity
---Debbie on 12/11/06


Danie: "Five times I received from the Jews thirty-nine lashes." Do you know the meaning of the 39 lashes? The Roman laws state that if a man is given forty lashes, he could not be beaten again for the same offence. If a man is beaten 39 lashes, the man could be beaten again for the same offence. It surely doesn't have anything to do with biblical numerics.

Debbie: Your foolish numbers do not impress me. If you need numbers to have a relatiosnhip with God, well, I'm sorry for you.
---Steveng on 12/11/06


Everyone here:
You must ask yourselves: WHAT IS MY SOURCE FOR SAYING SUCH THINGS?! Is it only because you 'like' what some people have told you about various numbers, or CAN YOU BACK IT UP WITH SCRIPTURE?!
The fact is, there are NO 'positive' statements from God about viewing numbers as having meanings like this!
---danie9374 on 12/11/06


#8 Number of the new creation, new birth, the believer, the Bride of Christ
#9 Number of the Holy Spirit, fruit of the Spirit
#10 - Number of testimony, law and responsibility
#11 - Number of judgment and disorder, substitution
#12 - Number of the kingdom or governmental perfection
#13 - Number of rebellion
---Debbie on 12/11/06


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#14 - Number of deliverance, salvation
#15 - Number of rest
#16 - Number of love
#17 - Number of victory
#18 - Number of bondage
#19 - Number of faith
#20 - Number of redemption
#21 - Number of exceeding sinfulness
#22 - Number of light
#23 - Number of death
#24 - Number of the priesthood
#25 - Number of the forgiveness of sins
#26 - Number of Gospel of Christ
---Debbie on 12/11/06


#27 - Number of the preaching of the Gospel
#28 - Number of eternal life
#29 - Number of departure
#30 - Number of blood of Christ, dedications
#31 - Number of offspring
#32 - Number of covenant
#33 - Number of promise
#34 - Number of naming of a son
#35 - Number of hope
#36 - Number of the enemy
#37 - Number of the Word of God
#39 - Number of disease
#40 - Number of trials, testings
---Debbie on 12/11/06


#45 - Number of preservation
#50 - Number of the Holy Spirit, restitution, year of Jubilee
#60 - Number of pride
#66 - Number of idol worship
#70 - Number of Israel and her restoration, universality
#100 - Number of God's election of grace, children of promise
#119 - Number of resurrection day, the Lord's Day
#120 - Number of divine period of probation
#144 - Number of a Spirit guided life
#153 - Number of fruit bearing
#200 - Number of insufficiency
---Debbie on 12/11/06


I thought someof you might find these interesting: Numbers and their significance:
#1 Number of unity;
#2 Number of union, division, and witness
#3 Number of resurrection and the Godhead
#4 Number of the creation, world
#5 Number of grace, God's goodness
#6 Number of weakness of man or old creation, evils of Satan, works of sin
#7 Number of Spiritual perfectness or completeness
---Debbie on 12/11/06


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Here's a number sequence (5, 39, 3, 1, 3) most will never dwell on. 2 Cor. 11:24-25: "Five times I received from the Jews thirty-nine lashes. Three times I was beaten with rods, once I was stoned, three times I was shipwrecked," and in v.23, Paul said: "beaten times without number, often in danger of death." Quite frankly, it wouldn't surprise me at all to learn God had actually brought him back to life from death on more than one occasion!
---danie9374 on 12/11/06


"Those numbers do mean something but each "something" points to Christ, just like the constellations do."--Linda

Thats right.
---Kay on 12/10/06


"Kay, You are correct!"

jason, I'm glad you agree. :)

"I am trying to hold back and not get too upset because I remember once being in a position where I only knew what I was being taught."

I understand the feeling.
---Kay on 12/11/06


Linda, Very well put! eep on keeping on! Don't be shy, eep writing more blogs!
---jason on 12/10/06


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Kay, You are correct! God did continue purposely using three in His creation. Sometimes people refuse God's systematic use of numbers because they aren't to that point in their walk with the Lord to understand them. Maybe this is the case with some here. I am trying to hold back and not get too upset because I remember once being in a position where I only knew what I was being taught. We must pray that God will show them. Hebrews 6:1-3
---jason on 12/10/06


Let's just say it like this:
There is not one color, number, object, or word that God uttered that is not without significance. Those numbers do mean something but each "something" points to Christ, just like the constellations do. People with a heavenly view of things see Christ in everything. Those with an earthly view see everything from an earthly standpoint, as if man could "steal" the testimony of Christ by making God's creation something it never was.
---Linda6563 on 12/10/06


"Symbolic representations of numbers are never to be worshipped, manipulated, or assigned power. Have nothing to do with such attempts."

Steveng, we aren't worshiping numbers, manipulating them or assigning them power.
---Kay on 12/10/06


"Does God tell us that we can find him in numbers?"

Well, let me think for a moment. In Romans 1:20, Paul says that God has purposely placed proof of His existence throughout what He has made. Since God is a trinity, He has placed trinities throughout creation (I'll explain that if you want me to). God often used the number 3 not only in His Word, but also throughout His creation.
---Kay on 12/10/06


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Apparently I've ruffled some feathers here. Maybe you would search the Scriptures for yourselves and allow the Holy Spirit to bring you the truth of this matter. Or maybe search the internet about what you are believing. It's up to you and God now.
---Steveng on 12/10/06


Steveng, if God didn't want us to study His use of numbers then He wouldn't have placed that info throughout His Word. The Bible is the revealing of Gods will, ways, and purposes for mankind. The Bible says that the secret things belong to God but the things that have been revealed belong to us. He has revealed His use of numbers throughout His Word, therefore the study of it and the knowledge of it belongs to us. Studying God's numbers is no different than studying anything else in the Bible.
---Kay on 12/10/06


Steveng, there is nothing wrong with wanting to learn as much as you can regarding the methods that God uses to accomplish His will and purpose. We are to grow in the knowledge of God (2 Peter 3:18). Every Christian should have a desire to gain a better understanding of God. We gain that knowledge by studying the things of God. "I keep asking that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the glorious Father, may give you the Spirit of wisdom and revelation, so that you may know him better."-Eph 1:17
---Kay on 12/10/06


Steveng, God will use numbers when communicating His will and purpose to us. For example, Joseph said that Pharaoh's dream occured twice because it was communicated to him by God and that the dream was sure to come to pass. "And for that the dream was repeated to Pharaoh twice; it is because the thing is established by God, and God will shortly bring it to pass."-Gen 41:32
---Kay on 12/10/06


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So the number 2 is used by God to reveal His truth. John 8:17- the testimony of 2 is true. Luke 10:1- Jesus sends the people out 2 by 2 to proclaim His truth. Acts 1:10- 2 angels were sent to reveal a truth to Jesus' followers-"Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? this same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in like manner as ye have seen him go into heaven."
---Kay on 12/10/06


And don't forget about the 2 witnesses in the book of Revelation 11. What will their jobs be? God will send the 2 witnesses to preach the truth of God in Israel for 3 1/2 years.
---Kay on 12/10/06


Steven, Do you realy believe that the CHRISTIANS here use numbers like the freemasons and the "I-Ching?" We aren't governing our lives based on numbers. Without numbers, what do you have? Numbers in the bible aren't anything "mystical and Occultic" as you say. You have just chosen milk for your food when others have moved on to meat. Als I don't base my doctrine on the "Three Little Pigs." Your pulling for straws.
---jason on 12/10/06


Steven, Your rational is weak and unstable. You base your hatred of Biblical numerology to the fact that the ocult and fairytails have numbers in them. The is absurb! The same rational would be to say that because there are perversions of God's Word that use cuss words and vial language, We should just throw all of them away. Since some music is vial and only worthy of the Garbage can, we should make ALL music obsolete!
---jason on 12/10/06


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Steven, Since some cults gather together and call themselves CHURCHES, it would be wrong to use the WOrd CHURCH in our Title. God has given us the wisdom to get rid of the Garbage and only seek true biblical truths. Why can't you do the same? We do not argue that some have perverted the use of numbers but you can't throw out the Baby with the Bathwater.
---jason on 12/10/06


Steven #3 You also claim that numerology causes division and confusion and God is not the Author of this. So far, you are the only one contradicting the unity of the others here in this subject. Maybe there is division and time for you to rethink your position. God Bless.
---jason on 12/10/06


Steven, I pray you didn't get your definition out of a secular dictionary. We are looking from proof from God, not from man. Where is your scripture to prove you agenda? On the contrary, when you finally admit that you haven't got any to back your claims, I would be glad to send you numerous scriptures that will sink the polluted definition given. God Bless.
---jason on 12/10/06


In using scriptural numerology and typology, you have to be careful. Only scripture teaches scripture. To use anything outside of scripture would be occult. It has nothing to do with different cultures having different meanings. Cultures have nothing to do with it. You must stay within scripture.
---kathr4453 on 12/10/06


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Some of the most exciting things the Lord reveals to us is through typology. If it weren't so, then why is the number 666 (or it's sum) used in Revelation. God gives His most faithful children that hidden manna, that only the Holy Spirit can reveal to us. 1 Corinthians 2.
If you have *HIS* wisdom to understand (7), then you will have *HIS* wisdom to understand (6). This is not the numerology the occult use. To confuse the two, or go beyond scripture is dangerous.
---kathr4453 on 12/10/06


Steveng, I never said that our relationship with God was based on numbers.

"Thinking that numbers have symbolic or hidden meanings is a form a numerology."

Studying God's use of numbers is called biblical numerology. Its extremely awesome how God uses numbers as an important part of His will and purpose.

"It's a form of divination."

No, its not. Have you even studied Gods use of numbers throughout His word? His use of the number 3 is very interesting!
---Kay on 12/10/06


Steveng, who said anything about using biblical numerology to regulate our lives or plan our future? Biblical numerology is simply the study of numbers in the Bible. I enjoy studying how God has purposely used numbers to fulfill His will, and establish His purposes. It has definitely increased my faith. God even associates Himself with numbers, and has used numbers in the creation of the universe.
---Kay on 12/10/06


"If one studies, he will see the significance of numbers."-jason

That is absolutely true.
---Kay on 12/10/06


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Different cultures place different emphasis on numbers. There is no unity among different cultures (and God is not a person of division). Jewish mysticism, usually called Kabala, or "hidden wisdom," rearranged the letters of biblical texts into squares and other geometric forms to find hidden meanings in God's words. Same with Bible Numerics, Freemasonry, Gematria, I-Ching. Study numerology of different countries and you'll find that seven means different things to different countries.
---Steveng on 12/9/06


You're placing too much emphasis on numbers and not the creator. A person who is involved with numbers and that every number has a specific meaning is walking a dangerous path. Would you base your friendship, or even your marriage to someone, based upon numbers? Don't waste your time and energy trying to put meanings into numbers when there aren't any. God chose the numbers for a specific purpose and not for your understanding.
---Steveng on 12/9/06


There isnothing occult or secret about the numbers in the Bible. Somemay attempt to use these numbers in sinful ways, trying tofind mystical relationships withinthe numbers. Somepeople even place emphases on certain verse numbers. Building a doctrine around Biblical numerics is unwise and leads to falsehood.
Symbolic representations of numbers are never to be worshipped, manipulated, or assigned power. Have nothing to do with such attempts.


Does God tell us that we can find him in numbers?
---Steveng on 12/9/06


Numerology: the study of the occult, or supernatural, significance of numbers. The Babylonians revered certain numbers - for example, 3, 5, 7, 12, 60 and 360. Western literature is full of the number 3 (a number often repeated in the Bible) The Three Little Pigs, the three witches in Macbeth. Astrologers base a lot of their readings upon numbers - tying numbers to the physical universe is a means of changing or dealing with both natural and magical forces upon a persons life.
---Steveng on 12/9/06


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Steven, Do you underdstand the difference between milk and meat? You state that numerology conflicts with Bible teachings. Prove it. You have made a very bold statement now we call upon you to back it up without waiver.
---jason on 12/9/06


Steven #2: Also, I never said one needs to use numerology to have a relationship with God. Your making things up as you go. Once you have a relationship, He calls upon us to show ourselves approved. How do we show ourselves approved? The BIBLE says STUDY. If one doesn't want to study they will see no need for numbers. If one studies, he will see the significance of numbers. I guess you call all of the numeral types in the bible just a coincedence.
---jason on 12/9/06


Kay: God simply wants a relationship with his creation, not based upon numbers. Do you have relationships with your friends using numbers? Thinking that numbers have symbolic or hidden meanings is a form a numerology. It's a form of divination. Deuteronomy 18:10-12 states that God detests anyone using divination, omens, etc. Besides, because it is a form of divination, numerology conflicts with Bible teachings. It is not a beneficial means of regulating your life or planning your future.
---Steveng on 12/8/06


Steveng, we can have a relationship with God AND enjoy His precise arrangement of numbers throughout the Bible. I think its very interesting.
---Kay on 12/8/06


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Jared, If you are interested in a book to help you study numerology I can recomend one. I teach it on an Institute Level. Don't let others discourage you. Many would rather not study their Bible. They would rather just say that God isn't interested in us knowinf all that He has given us. They would rather concentrate on the milk when God wants us eating meat. I'm not saying that Numerology is the only meat but I will say that those who refuse number significance are still on the baby bottle. God. Bless.
---jason on 12/7/06


Steven, I'm interested in your theory that God isn't interested in Numbers and Prophesies. If He isn't interested in Prophesy, why did he give 3 books primarily full of them and numerous others with several in them? Many given in numeral type for the church. I believe you are sincere so I will not be angry. What I would ask is for you to back up your very profound statements with biblical evidence. I have given you evidence of one before, now I wait for you to give a scripture to reject our firm belief.
---jason on 12/7/06


What is important to God? Numbers? No. Prophesy? No. Sacrifice? No. Astrology? No. Wars? No. People? Yes. His people? Yes. Obediance? Definately YES.

Trying to find hidden meanings in numbers and hidden codes take away from is most important - a simple relationship with God.
---Steveng on 12/7/06




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