19. The treasures of God's Word (2)

Last week we looked at the numerical value of Jesus of Nazareth as well as the numerical value of satan and it was exactly the same. Jesus became like satan on the cross, He became like the ancient serpent.

How is that possible you might ask?

Let's look at Numbers 21:7-9. The Israelites sinned against the Lord once again and He sent poisonous snakes amongst them. The people realized that they had sinned against the Lord and asked Moses to pray for them and remove the snakes otherwise they might all die. And this is what the Lord answered in verse 8 "Make thee a fiery serpent, and set it upon a pole: and it shall come to pass, that every one that is bitten, when he looketh upon it, shall live". And it happened like that. The plague stopped because they looked up at the snake at the top of the pole.

Now look at John 3:14 where Jesus is talking of Himself. "And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up."

Jesus was referring to Himself as the serpent. And if you look at Revelations 12:9, the same Greek word for serpent is used to describe satan.

Jesus therefore knew that He had to take on the sins of the whole world and by doing that, He had to become evil, He became the serpent. The whole expanse turned into darkness when all the sins were placed on Him and even the Father and the Holy Spirit had to leave Him as they cannot tolerate sin or be close to it due to their holy nature. He became black so that we can become white (righteous). And all we have to do is look up to Him to be healed of our sinful nature.

This is confirmed with the number 2197, representing the number of satan and Jesus of Nazareth. It consists of the number 13 x 13 x 13. And the number 13 represents sin, bitterness and rebellion. So in essence the numbers seem to indicate that Jesus became like satan, full of sin, bitterness and rebellion. He took on all the sins of the whole world and became like sin.

Wow. How amazing. Of all the things Pilate could have written, he wrote Jesus of Nazareth, whose numerical value showed exactly what He was here to do. He was here to take the world's sins on Him and become the serpent which was satan, so that we can be freed from his stronghold on us. We can only look up to Him and be saved.

How wonderful is our God! Jesus is our glorious Savior!

Thank you Father, thank you Jesus. We don't know what else to say, but may our lives reflect our gratitude towards You! Amen

 

 

2 comments for “19. The treasures of God's Word (2)”

  1. Gravatar of RonelleRonelle
    Posted Sunday, October 2, 2011 at 8:57:17 PM

    Absolutely amazing!I am so blessed to be able to understand more from the revelations that you have received. May God keep you in the palm of His hand!

  2. Gravatar of LouinaLouina
    Posted Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at 3:48:44 PM

    Wow, to think that He showed us as far back as the Israelites what we needed to be saved! Thanx Ilze

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