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The Sevens​v

 A few of the many Sevens ---->

Seven last utterances of Jesus on the cross at Easter 
seem to be a menorah seven,  with two Gods [aleph/tahv],  in the central lamp (midst), or perhaps allegorically one God with two[left/right] "hands" as utterance seven suggests;
Yet Hebrews 10:31 notes it's a "fall" & "fearful" to fall into the "hands" of God on high

        1. Father, forgive them for they know not what they do (Luke 23:34)
        2. Today shalt thou be with me in paradise (Luke 23:43)
        3. Woman, behold thy son. Behold thy mother 
(John 19:26,27)
My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me (Matthew 27:46; from Psalms 22:1 )
        5. I thirst 
(John 19:28)
        6. It is 
finished (John 19:30)
        7. Father, into thy 
hands I commend my spirit (Luke 23:46)

 The LORD is my shepherd: Psalms 23

He changes to Thou after two paths are compared                   
                    Psalms 23
 seems to be a menorah seven
                    with (plural) 
paths in the central lamp position:
                    1. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures
He leadeth me beside still waters
He restoreth my soul
He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake
Thou comforteth me
Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies
Thou annointest my head 
The "principles" (plural) of "the doctrine" (singular) of "Christ" (Hebrews 6)
These seven seem to be a menorah seven with hands (plural) at central lamp (midst):

                    1. Repentance from dead works
Faith towards God
                    3. Baptism
                    4. Laying on 
                    5. Resurrection of the dead
                    6. Eternal judgment
                    7. Perfection

The List --
  • 7 days of creation/rest
  • Before Aaron and his sons entered their priestly work they were consecrated SEVEN days. (Leviticus 8:31-36)
  • On the day of atonement the high priest sprinkled the blood upon the mercy seat SEVEN times. (Leviticus 16:14) 
  • When Israel took the city of Jericho God told them to march around the city SEVEN times. Thus, on the SEVENTH day, when they marched around the city SEVEN times, they COMPLETED thei
  • There were SEVEN FEAST days of our Lord. (Passover, Unleavened, First-fruits, Pentecost, Atonement, Trumpets and Tabernacle). (Leviticus 23:1-44)r marching. (Joshua 6:1-16)
  • Noah took the clean beasts into the ark by SEVENS (Genesis 7:2) SEVEN days after Noah went into the ark the flood came. (Genesis 7:-10)
  • Repentance is mentioned seventy times in the new testament.
  • Jesus heals 7 times on the Sabbath in the New Testament.
  • You can only fold a paper in half 7 times
  • There were SEVEN branches on the CANDLESTICK in the Holy Place in the Tabernacle and this pictures the COMPLETE light of God for the souls of man.
  • Solomon was SEVEN years in building the Temple and kept the Feast for SEVEN days. Job had SEVEN sons. When his friends came to visit him they sat SEVEN days and SEVEN nights in silence, and afterward they were required to offer a Burnt Offering of SEVEN bullocks and SEVEN rams. 
  • Naaaman washed SEVEN times in the Jordan. 
  • The Saviour spoke SEVEN words from the Cross. 
  • SEVEN men of honest report were chosen to administer the alms of the church in Acts 6:1-7. 
  • There were SEVEN years of plenty and SEVEN years of famine in Egypt during the days of Joseph.
  • SEVEN times in the Book of Revelation blessing of the Lord are promised to His people. These are called the “BEATITUDES” of Revelation. These are found in Chapters 1:3; 14:13; 16:15; 19:9; 20:6; 22:7, 14.
  • There are SEVEN Dispensations -- Innocence, Conscience, Government, Patriarchal, Law, Grace, and Milleniah (sic) Age.
  • SEVEN times the Book of Life is mentioned in the Bible. 
  • The Book of Revelation is a Book of SEVENS. 
  • We have SEVEN churches, 
  • SEVEN seals, 
  • SEVEN Trumpets, S
  • EVEN Personages, 
  • SEVEN vails (sic), 
  • SEVEN dooms, 
  • SEVEN new things. 
  • SEVEN SEVENS make up this Book . It is the COMPLETENESS of all things.
  • Jesus said to “forgive SEVENTY times SEVEN“ In other words, He is saying, “Keep on forgiving until you are complete.” 
  • Even the duration of Israel’s great punishments was based upon this law of SEVENS. Their captivity in Babylon was for SEVENTY years, ten periods of SEVENS. (Jeremiah 25:11-12; Daniel l9:2)
  • Life operates in a cycle of SEVENS. Changes take place in the body every SEVEN years. 
  • There are SEVEN bones in the neck, 
  • SEVEN bones in the face, 
  • SEVEN bones in the ankle, 
  • and SEVEN holes in the head. 
  • Most births are multiple of SEVENS. 
  • The hen sits three weeks (21 days); the pigeon two weeks (14 days); after having laid eggs for two weeks. 
  • Of 129 species of Mammalia (sic) the majority have a period from conception to birth of an exact number of weeks, a multiple of SEVEN.
  • Human physiology is constructed on a law of SEVENS. 
  • Children are born to mothers in a certain number of weeks usually 280 days, a multiple of SEVENS. 
  • Fevers and intermittent attacks of gout, ague, and similar complaints have a period of operation of SEVEN, FOURTEEN or TWENTY-ONE days knows as critical days.
  • All departments of nature are marked all over with mathematics. In this realm practically everything is in SEVENS. Notice next time the shape of frost when it crystallizes on the window. Notice the small snow flakes. It is wonderful how God formed everything in a pattern of SEVENS.
  • All the songs you hear on the radio are based on a musical system of just seven major notes:
  • If you pass sunlight through a prism, it produces seven colors - the three primary colors and four secondary ones
  • “And he (Jacob) passed over before them, and bowed himself to the ground seven times, until he came near to his brother (Essau)” (Genesis 33)
  •  “And the priest shall dip his finger of the blood, and sprinkle seven times before the LORD” (Leviticus 4)
  •  “I will chastise you seven times for your sins” (Leviticus 26)
  •  “And he (Elijah) said to his servant, Go up now, look toward the sea. And he went up, and looked, and said, nothing. And he said, Go again seven times. And it came to pass at the seventh time ”. (1Kings 18)
  •  “A just (man) falleth seven times, and riseth up again: but the wicked shall fall into mischief”. (Proverb 24)
  •  “Seven times a day do I praise thee because of thy righteous judgments”. (Psalm 119)
  •  “The words of the LORD [are] pure words; [as] silver tried in a furnace of earth, purifiedseven times” (Psalm 12:6)
  • In the realm of Minerals and Geochemistry, there are seven crystal systems:





  • Even the Periodic Table of the known Elements appears to have seven levels of periodicity:



Some Bible Sevens that are Fairly Obvious Biblical Sevens
  -In Genesis we find seven days, but only six days of work, rest on the seventh day
  -Enoch was 
the seventh from Adam, who pleased God, but was "not found" (= lost)
  -In Genesis 
7 we find clean beasts taken in Noah's Ark by seven, but only for sacrifice
  -In Genesis 29 we find Jacob serving 
seven years for a bride, but thereby he got stung
  -In Genesis 31 we find Laban chasing Jacob 
seven days journey, but only for gods
  -In Genesis 41 we find Pharaoh dreams of 
sevens, but such plenty is followed by famine
  -In Exodus 29 we find 
seven days required to sanctify the altar, as if it's a bloody mess
  -In Leviticus we find the sprinkling of blood and oil 
seven times for cleansing
  -In 2Samuel 2 we find David is king in Hebron 
seven years before he's king in Jerusalem
  -In Judges 6 we find the Israelites are given over to Midian 
seven years
  -In Judges 14 we find Samson's wife weeping before him 
seven days
  -In 1Kings 6 we find it took Solomon 
seven years to build the temple
  -In 2Kings 3 we find restoration at the end of 
seven years
  -In Psalms 12 we find purification of the earth taking 
seven times (ages)
  -In Psalms 119 we find David praising his LORD 
seven times a day
  -In Proverbs 24 we find a just man falleth 
seven times and riseth up again
  -In Ezekiel 40 we find they went up by 
seven steps
  -In Ezekiel 44 we find priests were defiled for 
seven days
  -In  Acts of the Apostles we find 
seven men appointed over the people
  -In Revelation we find 
seven angelsseven churchesseven seals, seven trumpets, seven vials, seven horns, seven candlesticks, seven stars, seven plagues, seven spirits, seven eyes, seven lamps, seven thunders, seven heads, seven crowns, seven mountains, seven kings, etc
  -Mary Magdalene, out of whom came 
seven demons

  Some Bible Sevens that are Less Obvious (hidden) Biblical Sevens
-   In Genesis 1 God saw only good seven times, very good the seventh time 
-  In Genesis 
seven it took seven days to load the ark
Seven days are mentioned in John 1 & 2:1 if counting the days
  -Book of Judges is about 
seven cycles of falling and rising up
  -Blood of Jesus was shed 
seven times when counting
Seven pillars of wisdom are mentioned in Proverbs
  -The covenant was established 
seven times with Abraham, Isaac, Jacob
  -There are 
seven covenants and each one is also sevenfold
  -There are 
seven one's denoting completeness in Ephesians 4
  -There are 
seven baptisms mentioned in the Bible
  -There are 
seven hopes mentioned in the Bible
  -There are 
seven things God hates in Proverbs 6
  -There are 
seven offices of the body in Romans 12
  -There are 
seven steps in the prayer of 2Chronicles 20
  -There are 
seven festivals of the LORD found in three feasts of Israel
Seven loaves become seven baskets of leftovers in Matthew 15
  -Seven angels accompanied Paul into Asia in Acts 20:4
Seven trees are mentioned in the Bible in Isaiah 41
Seven spirits are mentioned in the Bible in Isaiah 11 & in Revelation
  -There are 
seven steps to God's presence in the tabernacle of Moses
  -There are 
seven marvelous things God did for Israel in Psalm 78
  -There are 
seven brooks mentioned in the Bible
  -There are 
seven Marys mentioned in the New Testament
are seven wildernesses mentioned in the Bible
  -There are 
seven things to add to faith in 2 Peter 1
  -There is a 
seven part restoration of dead bones in Ezekiel 37
  -There are 
seven things faith is in Hebrews 11
  -There are 
seven holy garments mentioned in Exodus 29
  -There are 
seven reasons for blowing the trumpet in the Bible
  -The lamb of God is worthy to receive 
seven things in Revelation 5
  -There are 
seven things Messiah is appointed to do in Isaiah 61
  -There are 
seven enemies of God the angel led Joshua unto over Jordon
  -The resurrected Christ 
appeared seven times, the seventh time to seven apostles
  -There are 
seven appearances of angels in Acts of the Apostles
Seven men went to witness the gift of the Holy Ghost to Gentiles in Acts 11
Seven Last Utterances comprise the Easter story in the four gospels
Seven times it mentions C of JC is seated at the "right hand" of God

                                    Seven  "I am"s in John's Gospel:
  1. I am the Bread of Life (John 6:35)
  2. I am the Light of the world (John 9:5)
  3. I am the Door (John 10:9)
  4. I am the Good Shepherd (John 10:11)
  5. I am the Resurrection (John 11:25)
  6. I am the True Vine (John 15:1)
  7. I am the Way (John 14:6)
                Seven Results of Disobedience in Proverb 1
  1. Calamity: I will laugh at your calamity (Prov 1:26)
  2. Fear: I will mock when fear cometh (Prov 1:26)
  3. Desolation: when your fear cometh as desolation (Prov 1:27)
  4. Distress: when your distress cometh upon you (Prov 1:27)
  5. Destruction: when your destruction cometh as a whirlwind (Prov 1:27)
  6. Anguish: when anguish cometh upon you (Prov 1:27)
  7. No Answer: then they will call, and I will not answer (Prov 1:28)

Seven Giants mentioned in the Bible
  1. Og - Deut 3:11
  2. Sippai - 1Chron 20:4
  3. Lahmi - 1Chron 20:5
  4. unnamed - 1Chron 20:6
  5. Goliath - 1Sam 17:4
  6. ishbi-benob - 2Sam 21:16
  7. Saph - 2Sam 21:18
Marys mentioned in the New Testament

    1. Mary: mother of Jesus(called Christ), James(the less), Joses, Salome; called "the other" & "Woman"
Mary: wife of Cleophas; sister of Mary(mother of Jesus): John 19:25
Mary: Bethany, sister of Martha & Lazarus; wiped Jesus' feet with her hair: Jn 11:2
Mary Magdalene: out of whom came seven demons; the first to see risen Jesus
Mary: of James: Luke 24:10 (Note: "of ____" denotes father or mother in geneologies)
Mary: wife of Zebedee; mother of James & John: Acts 12:12
Mary: who bestowed much labour on us: Greeted by Paul in Romans 16:6

                                                Jericho Sevens
  1. seven walks, of
  2. seven priests, blowing
  3. seven trumpets, for
  4. seven days, with
  5. seven blasts, going around
  6. seven times, on the 
  7. seventh day ... walls fell 

Seventy weeks of Daniel 9:24 are determined for seven reasons
  1. to finish the transgression
  2. to make an end of sins
  3. to make reconciliation for iniquity
  4. to bring in everlasting righteousness
  5. to seal up the vision
  6. to seal the prophecy
  7. to anoint the most Holy

Seven things of the altar in Exodus 27
  1. his horns, upon four corners
  2. his pans, to receive
  3. his ashes
  4. his shovels
  5. his basons
  6. his fleshhooks
  7. his firepans

Seven Priestly Garments in Exodus 29
  1. Coat
  2. Robe
  3. Ephod
  4. Breastplate
  5. Curious Girdle
  6. Mitre
  7. Holy Crown

Seven things the LORD is in Psalm 18
  1. my rock
  2. my fortress
  3. my deliverer
  4. my God
  5. my strength
  6. my buckler
  7. my high tower

The LORD is my (sevenfold) Shepherd (Psalm 23)

                        -He maketh me to lie down in green pastures
                        -He leadeth me beside still waters
                        -He restoreth my soul
                        -He leadeth me in 
paths of righteousness
                        -He comforteth me
                        -He preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies
                        -He anointest my head

Seven Sevens: 7 -  VII -  Heptad -  Heptagon -  Septenary -  Septet -  Septem(Latin)

World Sevens common to all could be also be called Global Sevens:

            Seven Days of a Calendric Week    ... Seven Visible PlanetsVisible Planets 
                    1.    Sunday          … Sun... "first of the week": Bible: Easter
                          2.    Monday         … Moon... tradition: laundry; back to work
                          3.    Tuesday        … Mercury...Tiw's Day: Mythoogy
                          4.    Wednesday  … Venus... "midst of the week": Prophecy
                          5.    Thursday      … Mars ... Thor's Day:  Mythology
                          6.    Friday            … Jupiter ... TGIF: Thank God It's Friday
                          7.    Saturday       … Saturn
 ... "Sabbath": the seventh Prophecy

            Seven Continents ... by population(2005)Seven Continents
1.  Asia                            ... 3,879,000,000 
Africa                         ...
                     3.  Europe                       ...     727,000,000
                     4.  North America          ...   501,500,000 
South America         ...    379,500,000
Australia (Oceania) ...      32,000,000
Antartica                    ...       0,000,000

Seven-Segment Digital LED
                                                 Seven Oceans of the World                          Seven-Segment Display
                                           (modern geographical classifaction)
North Pacific Ocean                 
South Pacific Ocean
North Atlantic Ocean
South Atlantic Ocean
Indian Ocean
Southern Ocean 

Seven segments: A b C d E F                                                 7.  Artic Ocean

The Seven Natural Notes a Heptatonic Musical ScaleHeptatonic Musical Scale
                                   Seven Tone Pelag  3.mi  4.fa  7.ti
1.  A 
Seven tones of a Pelag Scale are called:

Seven Directions with Center in the Midst of Seven

  Backward  -  Left  -  Down  <-  Center  ->  Up  -  Right  -  Forward  
In some Native American cultures and in New Age practices, seven directions are:
northsoutheastwest, heaven (or up), land (or down), and center (or self, now).

Seven Branched Menorah Candestick Light(s)Seven Branched Menorah
                                    Seven Golden Candlestick(s) are also called a Menorah
center lamp (light) in midst is the Ner Elohim, 
                                                the lamp of God (with three lights east and west). 
                                                It’s also called Shamash and Western Lamp,
                                                as it stood just west of three eastern lamps. 
                                                The central light is considered the seventh, or one light.

Genesis 1:1 (in Hebrew, read right to left) is a Menorah Seven
 “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth” written in Hebrew is:
haeretz  –  vaeht  – hashamayim      eht   
–   Elohim  –  barah  –  Bereshit

Bible Sevens: Biblical Sevens (Obvious and Hidden Sevens)
Seven occurs over 700 times in the Holy Bible; Over 50 times in Book of Revelation. Common phrases are seven times, seven years, the seventh (day). Revelation is called the Book of Sevens as it mentions seven spirits, seven stars, seven seals, seven angels of seven churches, seven heads and crowns, seven kings, seven mountains, seven thunders, seven eyes, seven trumpets, seven vials. See Biblical Sevens; Menorah Sevens; Old Testament Sevens; New Testament Sevens; Comparative Sevens; Revelation Sevens for the hidden Bible Sevens.

                        Human Head Has Seven OpeningsInternational Seven Flag
                            1. left eye  
                            2. right eye  
                            3. left ear  
                            4. right ear  
                            5. left nostril  
                            6. right nostril  
                            7. mouth                                                                                                                                                                                                   Internation Seven Flag

Seven Colored Light Spectrum Seven Colored Spectrum of Light
Seven Colored Spectrum Of  Light 
7 Colored Spectrum of Light Has Three Additive Primary Colors: Red Green Blue
Seven ColorsCombined they make one: white
                                        1.    red (primary )
yellow (secondary)
green ( primary )
 blue ( primary )

seven million cones in each eye 
Sun emits  seven  kilowats/cm2. 
Solar eclipses last seven minutes in one place

Seven Aspects of Electromagnetic SpectrumElectromagnetic Spectrum

1. Radio Waves
2. Micro Waves
3. Infrared rays
4. Visible Light

 UltraViolet rays 

6. X-rays

7. Gamma Rays   

Seven SignLegendary Seven Seas
Legendary Seven Seas
                         1. Red Sea 
                                 2. Mediterranean Sea 
                                 3. Persian Gulf 
                                 4. Black Sea 
                                 5. Adriatic Sea 
                                 6. Caspian Sea 
                                 7. Indian Ocean

Seven Wonders of Ancient WorldSeven Wonders
 of the Ancient World

1.  Great Pyramid of Giza – only survivor of seven 
        2. Hanging Gardens of Babylon - a marvelous site
Statue of Zeus at Olympia - an enormous statue                               
Temple of Artemis at Ephesus -  Greek goddess
Mausoleum at Halicarnassus - fascinating tomb 
Colossus of Rhodes - colossus of Helios sun-god
Lighthouse of Alexandria - built by the Ptolemies 

Seven Wonders(Natural)     Seven Wonders(Modern World)     Seven Wonders(Medieval)
  1. Grand Canyon                             1. Channel Tunnel                                        1. Stone Henge 
Great Barrier Reef                        2. CN Tower                                                  2. Colesium at Rome
Rio de Janeiro Harbor                 3. Empire State Building                              3. Catcombs of Kom el Shoqafa
Mount Everest                            4. Golden Gate Bridge                                  4. Great Wall of China
Polar Aurora                                5.  Itaipu Dam                                                5. Porcelain Tower of Nanjing
Parcutin Volcano                         6. 
Delta Works                                              6. Hagia Sophia
Victoria Falls                                7. Panama Canal                                            7. Leaning Tower of Pisa

Seven Wonders (Underwater)    Seven Wonders (Tourist Travel)    Seven Wonders(New)
  1. Palau                                                1. Great Pyramids of Giza                          1. Potala Palace
Belize Barrier Reef                          2. Great Wall of China                               2. Old City of Jersusalem
Great Barrier Reef                           3. Taj Mahal                                                3. Polar Ice Caps
Deep-Sea Vents                             4. Serengeti Migration                               4. Hawian Marine Monument
Galapagos Islands                         5. Galapagos                                                5. The Internet
Lake Baikal                                      6. Grand Canyon                                         6. Mayan Pyramids Chichen I
Northern Red Sea                           7. Machu Picchu                                         7. Serengeti African Plains

Newest Seven Wonders of The World 
Picked by 90 million voters; as of  7 - 7 - 7 (July 7, 2007)
                                    1. The Great Wall of China
                                    2. The Collesium in Rome
                                    3. The Taj Mahal 
Petra in Jordan
Machu Picchu in Peru
Statue of Christ Redeemer in Brazil
Mayan Ruins at Chichen Itza in Mexico

Cute Story about the Seven Wonders of the World:
Students were asked to list the "Seven Wonders of the World.". Though there were disagreements, these received the most votes:1.Great Pyramid 2.Taj Mahal  3.Grand Canyon  4.Panama Canal  5.Empire State Bldg  6.St. Peter's Basilica  7.China's Great Wall. While gathering lists, the teacher noted one quiet student hadn't turned in her paper yet. So she asked the girl if she was having trouble. The girl replied, "Yes, a little. I couldn't quite make up my mind because there were so many.". The teacher said, "Well, tell us what you have so far, and maybe we can help you decide. The girl then read, "I think 'Seven Wonders of the World are: see hear touch taste feel laugh love
.  Silence followed.

The Seven Dwarfs of Snow White MovieSeven Dwarfs
                                                    1. Happy    
                                                    2. Sneezy    
                                                    3. Sleepy    
                                                    4. Grumpy    
                                                    5. Bashful    
                                                    6. Doc     
                                                    7. Dopey

Seven People on Gilligan’s Island Television Show
1.   Skipper  2.   Gilligan  3.   Professor   4.   Ginger   5.   Mr. Howell  6.   Mrs. Howell   7.   Mary Ann  

Seven Sacraments
 (Catholic faith)
1.Baptism  2.Penance/Rec  3.Eucharist  4.Confirmation  5.Matrimony  6.Holy Orders  7.Extreme Unction 

       Seven Deadly Sins       The Seven Heavenly Virtues 
         1.  Pride(Vanity)                            1.    Faith – Belief, Trust, Fidelity, Loyalty, Conviction
         2.  Envy                                     2.    Hope – Desire, Belief Reliance, Expectation 
         3.  Gluttony                               
3.    Charity – Generosity, Benevolence, Helpfulness, Mercy
         4.  Lust                                      
4.    Fortitude – Strength, Courage, Endurance, Resolution
         5.  Anger(
5.    Justice – Impartiality, Fairness, Equity (Equality), Rightness
Covetousness(Greed)        6.    Temperance – Moderation, Restraint, Self-mastery, Sobriety
         7.  Sloth                                      
7.    Prudence – Wisdom, Vigilance, Discretion, Thoughtfulness

                            The Seven Corporal Works of Mercy
feed the hungry 
give drink to the thirsty 
give shelter to strangers
clothe the naked 
visit the sick 
minister to prisoners 
bury the dead

Seven Common Churchy Fallacies about Christmas:
                            1. Christmas isn't the birth time of Jesus Christ
                            2. Christmas isn't the nicest time of year, but the worst
                            3. There were not three magoi (wise men), but three gifts
                            4. The magoi didn't visit a babe in a manger at Bethlehem
                            5. Shepherds do not abide flocks in the field at Christmas
                            6. The Xmas tree is not Godly, but a vain Babylonian custom
                            7. The King of the Jews (Law) is not the King of Kings (Grace)

Seven Liberal Arts & Sciences of Free Masonry
1. Grammar  2. Rhetoric 3. Logic 4. Arithmetic  5. Geometry  6. Music  7. Astronomy

The list of world sevens seems endless.
Almost every system of antiquity references the number seven. The Pythagoreans called seven the perfect number. The Arabians had seven Holy Temples. In Persian mysteries there were seven spacious caverns through which the aspirants had to pass. The Goths had seven deities, as did the Romans. The "St. Ives" problem (As I was going to St. Ives, I met a man with seven wives. Every wife had seven sacks, etc) dates back 3500 years, can be traced to an Egyptian scribe. When Inanna the Queen of Heaven (major love, fertility, and war goddess of the Sumerians) descended into Hell, she was forced to pass through seven gates, at each of which she was required to remove one of her garments, until she stood before her sister Erishkigal the Queen of the Underworld, naked and defenseless. She was then struck dead by seven plagues. Later, upon her return from Hell, she passed though the same seven gates, at each of which she resumed one of her garments. In African-American hoodoo there are several formulas for anointing oil, soap, and floor wash that use the number seven. In Chinese culture, the number seven also features prominently in some aspects of life. For example, the seventh day of the first moon of the lunar year is known as Human's Day, considered the birthday of all human beings universally. The lucky gambling number seven is usually portrayed by dice showing 5 + 2, sometimes 4 + 3, but hardly ever 6 + 1; yet in the game of craps any seven wins. Freemasons are big on the sacred number seven, requiring seven Brethren to make a Lodge perfect. On a Scottish Mason's apron there are seven tassels on each side. All cells of the human body, except brain cells, regenerate every seven years (some live only seven seconds, others to a maximum of seven years). And there's "Hootchie Cootchie Man" (by WIllie Dixon): On the seventh hour of the seventh day of the seventh month the seven doctors say "He were born for good luck that you'll see" I got seven hundred dollars don't you mess with me 'cause i'm the hootchie cootchie man... Seven Ceremonies Of The Cherokee . Seven Kinds of People in Christendom ...  The Seven Ages of Man ... etc.

The Old Testament Sevens

Grace unto you, and peace
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ

Seven Days of Genesis: Seventh Day ?
                                        1. First Day: evening and morning
Second Day: evening and morning
Third Day: evening and morning
Fourth Day: evening and morning
Fifth Day: evening and morning
Sixth Day: evening and morning
Seventh day: ?
                    On the seventh day God ended blessed & sanctified, then rested

Seven Wildernesses

                                                       1. Wilderness of Judea
                                                       2. Wilderness of Judah
                                                       3. Wilderness of Paran
                                                       4. Wilderness of Shur
                                                       5. Wilderness of Sin
                                                       6. Wilderness of Tekos
                                                       7. Wilderness of Ziph
            What went ye out into the 
wilderness to see? A reed shaken with the wind? 
                Your fathers did eat manna in the 
wilderness and are dead: John 6:49

Exodus 27 Seven "his" items of the Altar
                                                                 1. his horns - shittim wood
his pans - brass
his ashes
his shovels - brass
his basons - brass
his fleshhooks - brass
his firepans - brass

Seven Enemies Joshua encountered after crossing Jordan
                                                               1. Amorites
                                                                2. Hittites
                                                                3. Perizzites
                                                                4. Canannites
                                                                5. Hivites
                                                                6. Girgashites
Jebusites - Melchizedekking of Jebus

Proverb 6: seven things the LORD hates
                                                      1. Pride - a proud look
                                                      2. Lying - a lying tongue
                                                      3. Murder - the shedding of innocent blood
                                                      4. Plotting evil - a heart that deviseth wicked imaginations
                                                      5. Haste - feet swift to do mischief
                                                      6. Gossip - a false witness
                                                      7. Discord / Condemnation - accusing of the brethren

Seven Times Solomon says of the Law in Ecclesiastes
                                1. all [is] vanity and vexation of spirit. Eccl 1:14
                                2. all [was] 
vanity and vexation of spirit. Eccl 2:11
                                3. all [is] 
vanity and vexation of spirit. Eccl 2:17
                                4. also [is] 
vanity and vexation of spirit. Eccl  2:26
                                5. [is] also 
vanity and vexation of spirit. Eccl 4:4
                                6. also [is] 
vanity and vexation of spirit. Eccl 4:16
                                7. [is] also 
vanity and vexation of spirit. Eccl 6:9

Isaiah 41: Seven trees
                                                                1. Cedar tree
Shittah tree
                                                                3. Myrtle tree
Oil tree?- midst (Olive tree?)
                                                                5. Fir tree
                                                                6. Pine tree
Box tree - Dedgeon: poison us

Seven Festivals of the LORD
                                              I (Spring) -   1. Passover - Pesach: two Sabbaths
                                                                  2. Unleavened Bread - Hag HaMatzah
                                                                  3. Firstfruits - Birkurim
                                                II (
Midst)   4. Penticost - Shavu'ot (always Sunday)

                                                   III (Fall)  5. 
Rosh Hashanah - two days (trumpets)
Yom Kippur - day of atonement(?)
Sukkot (Tabernacles, Booths)

Seven Covenants of the OT
                                                                   1. Edenic (Gen 1)
                                                                   2. Adamic (Gen 3)
                                                                   3. Noahic (Gen 9)
                                                                   4. Abrahamic (Gen 15)
                                                                   5. Mosaic (Ex 19)
                                                                   6. Palestinian (Deut 28)
                                                                   7. Davidic (2Sam 7)

Seven places David fled from Saul
                                                      1. Naoithin in Ramah (to prophets) - 1Sam 19
                                                      2. Nob (land of priests / ministry) - 1Sam 21
                                                      3. Addulam (cave dwellers) - 1Sam 22
                                                      4. Keliah (shepherds / priests) - 1Sam 23
                                                      5. Wilderness of Ziph (fellowship) - 1Sam 23
                                                      6. Engedi (growth: 400 become 600) - 1Sam 23
                                                      7. Judah-Hebron - 2Sam 2

Seven times Ezekiel says: the hand of the LORD is upon me
                                                        1. Ezekiel 1:3
                                                        2. Ezekiel 3:14
                                                        3. Ezekiel 3: 22
                                                        4. Ezekiel 8:1
                                                        5. Ezekiel 33:22
                                                        6. Ezekiel 37:1
                                                        7. Ezekiel 40:1

Psalm 150: Seven Intruments of Praise
                                                         1. Trumpet
                                                         2. Harp
                                                         3. Timbrel
                                                         4. Dance
                                                         5. Stringed Instruments
                                                         6. Organs
                                                         7. Cymbals - 
1Cor 13:1(tinkling cymbol)?

Psalm 51
                                                            1. Wash me
                                                            2. Cleanse me
Purge me
                                                            4. Renew me
                                                            5. Restore me - turn me 
                                                            6. Uphold me
Deliver me - from bloodguiltness

Seven Female Prophets
                                                1. Sarah: Gen 11:29-23:20
                                                2. Mariam: Ex 15:20-21; Etc
                                                3. Deborah: Judges 4:1-5:31
                                                4. Hannah:1Samuel 1:1-2:21 
                                                5. Abigail: 1Samuel 25:1-25:42
                                                6. Huldah: 2Kings 22:14-20
                                                7. Esther: Esther

Seven names of Jehovah
                                                     1. Jehovah-jireh  - Gen 22:13,14
                                                     2. Jehovah-rapha  - Ex 15:26
                                                     3. Jehovah-nissi  - Ex 18:8-15
                                                     4. Jehovah-
shalom  - Judges 6:24
                                                     5. Jehovah-ra-ah  - Ps 23
                                                     6. Jehovah-tsidkenu  - Jer 23:6
                                                     7. Jehovah-shammah  - 48:35

New Testament Sevens:

What is Midst of Seven? What is Seventh of Seven?

Seven Bibles: Holy Bible is the Seventh of Seven
Authorized KJV of the Holy Bible is notably the 'seventh' of 'seven',

as if a complete and perfect work: (best for study of bilbial allegory)
  1. Tyndale's Bible
  2. Matthew's Bible (by Tyndale and John Rogers)
  3. Coverdale's Bible
  4. Cramer's Great Bible (printed by Whitchurch) - Midst of Seven
  5. Geneva Bible
  6. Bishop's Bible
  7. Holy Bible - Seventh of Seven

     The Seven Parables of Matthew 13 
  (Perhaps as if the Seven Churches?) 

                                                  1. The Sower(s)
                                                                   2.  Wheat/Tares
                                                                   3.  Mustard Seed
                                                                   4.  Leaven  (Midst of Seven, in Menorah Sevens
                                                                   5.  Hidden Treasure
                                                                   6.  Pearl of Great Price
                                                                   7. The Net (on right side to catch fish?) - Seventh of Seven

    Seven Hopes in the New Testament
    1. glorious hope (Col 1:27)
    2. good hope (2Thess 2:16)
    3. blessed hope (Titus 2:13)
    4. eternal hope (Titus 3:7) - Midst of Seven
    5. firm hope (Hebrews 3:6 & 6:11)
    6. better hope (Hebrews 7:19)
    7. lively hope (1Peter 1:3) - Seventh of Seven

    Seven Amens of Romans: Last Amen?
    (makes Romans as a Seven Course Meal)

    1. Romans 1:1 - 1:25       Amen
    2. Romans 1:26 - 9:5       Amen
    3. Romans 9:6 - 11:36     Amen
    4. Romans 12:1 - 15:33   Amen - Midst of Seven
    5. Romans 16:1 - 16:20   Amen
    6. Romans 16:21 - 16:24  Amen
    7. Romans 16:25 - 16:27  Amen (last Amen to God only wise)

    Seven Gifts of Romans 12 [with clarity]
                                      1. whether Prophecy [let it rather be Prophesy]
                                      2. if 
    Ministry [let it be ministration of the Spirit]
                                      3. if 
    Teaching [learn first, and teach afterward]
                                      4. if 
    Exhorting [exhort unto higher than heavens]
                                      5. if Giving [do it with simplicity]
                                      6. if Ruling [ do it with diligence]
                                      7. if 
    Shewing Mercy [do it with cheerfulness] - Seventh of Seven

      Seven Bad Things
      Seven things that profit 
      nothing without charity: 1Cor 13

      (Note: nothing is "impossible with God": "
      that God" that is everything)
      1. speak with tongues of men angels
      2. gift of prophecy
      3. understand all mysteries
      4. know all knowledge - (puffed up vs edified?)  Midst of seven
      5. faith to move mountains (plural mtns?)
      6. bestow all goods to poor
      7. give your body to be burned - Ug!: as the seventh of seven

      Sevenfold unity of "the" Spirit(God): Ephesians 4
      1. One body (with Christ: "the end of the law" as head)
      2. One Spirit
      3. One hope (perhaps of all living, happy ever after)
      4. One Lord - Midst of Seven
      5. One faith ("the law is not of faith": Gal 3)
      6. One baptism
      7. One God (of foolish/wise Godsfalse/true Gods)

      Seven Good Things
      Seven Good Things to follow: 1 Thessalonians 5

      1. Rejoice evermore
      2. Pray without ceasing (without  having a dead end)
      3. In "everything" give thanks (see nothing vs everything)
      4. Quench not the Spirit - Midst of seven
      5. Despise not prophesyings
      6. Prove all things (prove grace is sufficientlaw isn't sufficient)
      7. Abstain from all appearance of evil - Seventh of seven

      Seven aspects of first pure wisdom from above : James 3:17
      (See also the '
      Other Wise' of the Two Wisdoms compared in James 3)

      1. peace-able (also 1st when God's grace is first pure)
      2. gentle (law is not gentle; only pure grace is gentle)
      3. easy to be entreated (bitter-sweet law hard to swallow)
      4. full of mercy ("merciful": Luke 6:36) - Midst of Seven
      5. full of good fruit (no bad fruit at all: Matthew 7:18)
      6. without partiality (no respect of persons at all: none)
      7. without hypocrisy (walk the talk) - Seventh of seven

      Seven things "now faith" is: Hebrews 11
      1. substance (of things hoped for)
      2. evidence (of things not seen)
      3. producer of a good report (not both good + evil)
      4. understanding of unseen things - Midst of seven
      5. more excellent sacrifice (of twain)
      6. translatorfrom death to life (via no sacrifice at all)
      7. pleasing to God (sacrifice is not: Heb 10) - Seventh of seven

      Add seven things to your faith (the law is not of faith): 2 Peter 1:6
      (But if charity isn't the seventh of seven it's as "nothing": 1Cor 13)
      1. virtue
      2. knowledge (grace is sufficient, no law req'd)
      3. temperance 
      4. patience - Midst of seven (end run, along "with patience"?)
      5. godliness (what is God like: graceful merciful peaceful)
      6. brotherly kindness (charity is kind, to brethren all)
      7. charity (never faileth when out of a pure heart)

      For review, let's look at comparative sevens in Heb 12's twain mountains comparison:

      (Not come) Mt Sinai  (Law)                        (Come) Mt Sion (Grace)
      1. -that might be touched                                 - city of living God, heavenly Jerusalem
      2. -that burned with fire                                   - an innumerable company of angels
      3. - darkness                                                   - general assembly: church of firstborn
      4. - blackness                                                  - God: the judge of all
      5. - tempest                                                     - spirits of just men: made perfect
      6. - sound of a trumpet                                     - Jesus: mediator of new covenant
      7. - voice of words(plural)                                - blood: that speaketh "better" things

      Sion is mentioned seven times in the New Testament, as follows:
      1.  Mt 21:5   Tell ye the daughter of Sion , Behold, thy King cometh unto thee, meek, and sitting upon an ass, and a colt the foal of an ass.
      2.  Jn 12:15   Fear not, daughter of Sion : behold, thy King cometh, sitting on an ass's colt.
      3.  Rom 9:33   As it is written, Behold, I lay in Sion a stumblingstone and rock of offence: and whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed.
      4.  Rom 11:26   And so all Israel shall be saved: as it is written, There shall come out of Sion the Deliverer, and shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob:
      5.  Heb 12:22   But ye are come unto mount Sion , and unto the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, and to an innumerable company of angels,
      6.  1 Pet 2:6   Wherefore also it is contained in the scripture, Behold, I lay in Sion a chief corner stone, elect, precious: and he that believeth on him shall not be confounded.
      7.  Rev 14:1   And I looked, and, lo, a Lamb stood on the mount Sion, and with him an hundred forty [and] four thousand, having his Father's name written in their foreheads.

      • Interestingly, an allegorical description of Sion is mentioned seven times in the NT
      • without blame, Eph 1:4
      • without blemish, Eph 5:27
      • unblameable, Col 1:22
      • without spot, Heb 9:4
      • without blemish, 1 Peter 1:19
      • faultless, Jude 24
      • without fault, Rev 14:5
      Sevens of Revelation

      Churches1:4; 2:1-3:22
      Letters2:1- 3:22
      Spirits1:4; 3:1; 4:5; 5:6
      Golden lampstands1:12, 20; 2:1; 4:5
      Stars1:16, 20; 2:1; 3:1
      Seals5:1; 5:5; 6:1
      Angels8:2, 6; 15:1, 6, 7; 15:8; 16:1; 17:1; 21:9
      Trumpets8:2, 6
      Thunders10:3, 4
      Thousand people11:13
      Heads12:3; 13:1; 17:3, 7, 9
      Plagues15:1, 6, 8; 21:9
      Golden bowls15:7; 16:1; 17:1; 21:9
      Kings17:10, 11
      Last 7 visionsChapters 20-21

      From Chuck Missler -

      The following is a brief look at Chuck Misslers book "The Creation Beyond Space and Time". The numerical structure of the Bible has been studied closely, being the subject of numerous volumes in the past. But none are more provocative then the works of Dr. Ivan Panin.

      Ivan Panin was born in Russia on December 12,1855. Having participated in plots against the Czar at an early age, he was exiled and, after spending some years studying in Germany, he came to the United States and entered Harvard University. After graduation in 1882, he converted from agnosticism to Christianity.

      In 1890 he discovered some phenomenal mathematical designs underlying both the greek text of the New Testament and the Hebrew text of the Old Testament. He was to devote 50 years of his life painstakingly exploring the numerical structure of the scriptures, generating over 43,000 detailed, hand-penned pages of analysis.

      The Heptadic Structure

      The recurrence of the number seven-or an exact multiple of seven- is found throughout the Bible and is widely recognized. The Sabbath on the seventh day, the seven years of plenty, and the seven years of famine in Egypt, the seven priests and seven trumpets marching around Jericho, The Sabbath year of the Land are well-known examples.

      Also, Solomon's building the Temple for seven years, Naaman's washing in the river seven times, and the seven churches, seven seals, seven trumpets, seven bowls, seven stars, and so on in the Book of Revelation, all show the consistent use of the number seven.

      But it turns out to be much more below the surface. Ivan Panin noted the amazing numerical properties of the Biblical text - both the Greek of the New Testament and the Hebrew of the Old Testament.. These are not only intriguing to discover they also demonstrate an intricacy of design which testifies to a supernatural origin!

      If we look at the first 17 verses of the New Testament (The Gospel of Matthew) which deals with a single principal subject: the genealogy of Jesus Christ, It contains 72 Greek vocabulary words in these initial 17 versus(*note;The verse divisions are man's allocation for convenience, added in the thirteenth-century A.D.). We find the following Heptadic (7) structure throughout these original Greek versus.

      #1. The number of words which are nouns is exactly 56, or 7 x 8.

      #2. The Greek word "the" occurs most frequently in the passage: exactly 56 times, or 7 x 8.

      #3. Also, the number of different forms in which the article "the" occurs is exactly 7.

      #4. There are two main sections in the passage: verse 1-11 and 12-17. In the first main section, the number of Greek vocabulary words used is 49, or 7 x 7.

      #5. Of these 49 words, The number of those beginning with a vowel is 28, or 7 x 4.

      #6. The number of words beginning with a consonant is 21, or 7 x 3.

      #7. The total number of letters in these 49 words is exactly 266, or 7 x 38-exactly.

      #8. The numbers of vowels among these 266 letters is 140, or 7 x 20.

      #9. The number of consonants is 126, or 7 x 18-exactly.

      #10. Of these 49 words, the number of words which occur more than once is 35, or 7 x 5.

      #11. The number of words occurring only once is 14, or 7 x2.

      #12. The number of words which occur in only one form is exactly 42, or 7 x 6.

      #13. The number of words appearing in more than one form is also 7.

      #14. The number of 49 Greek vocabulary words which are nouns is 42, or 7 x 6.

      #15. The number of words which are not nouns is 7.

      #16. Of the nouns, 35 are proper names, or 7 x 5.

      #17. These 35 nouns are used 63 times, or 7 x 9.

      #18. The number of male names is 28, or 7 x 4.

      #19. These male names occur 56 times or 7 x 8.

      #20. The number which are not male names is 7.

      #21. Three women are mentioned-Tamar, Rahab, and Ruth. The number of Greek letters in these three names is 14, or 7 x 2.

      #22. The number of compound nouns is 7.

      #23. The number of Greek letters in these 7 nouns is 49, or 7 x 7.

      #24. Only one city is named in this passage, Babylon, which in Greek contains exactly 7 letters.

      And on and on it goes.

      Just to understand how unique these properties are try to design a genealogy-even from fiction that meets the following criteria:

      1) The Number of words must be divisible by 7 evenly (In each of these constraints, it is assumed that the divisions are without remainders.)

      2)The number of letters must also be divisible by 7.

      3)The number of vowels and the number of consonants must be divisible by 7.

      4)The number of words that begin with a vowel must be divisible by 7.

      5)The number of words that begin with a consonant must be divisible by 7.

      6)The number of words that occur more than once must be divisible by 7.

      7)The number of words that occur in more than one form must be divisible by 7.

      8)The number of words that occur in only one form shall be divisible by 7.

      9)The number of nouns shall be divisible by 7.

      10)Only 7 words shall not be nouns.

      11)The number of names in the genealogy shall be divisible by 7.

      12)Only 7 other kinds of nouns are permitted.

      13)The number of male names shall be divisible by 7.

      14)The number of generations shall be 21, also divisible by 7.

      There are even more features in the numerical structure of the words themselves. As you may know, both the Hebrew and Greek use the letters of the alphabet for numerical values. Therefore, any specific word in either Hebrew or Greek- has a numerical value of its own by adding up the values of the letters in that particular word. The study of the numerical values of words is called gametria.

      The 72 vocabulary words add up to a gametrical value of 42,364, or 7 x 6,052.

      The 72 words appear in 90 forms-some appear in more than one form. The numeric value of the 90 forms is 54,075, or 7 x 7,725. Exactly.

      It becomes immediately obvious that hidden below the surface are aspects of design that cannot be accidental or just coincidence.

      Other Implications

      There are words in the passage just described that occur nowhere else in the New Testament. They occur 42 times (7 x 6) and have 126 letters (7 x 18). How was this organized?

      Even if matthew contrived this characteristic into his Gospel, how could he have known that these specific words-whose sole characteristic is that they are found nowhere else in the New Testament-were not going to be used by the other writers? Unless we assume the absurd hypothesis that he had an agreement with them, he must have had the rest of the New Testament before him when he wrote his book. The Gospel of Matthew, then, must have been written last

      It so happens the Gospel of Mark exhibits the same phenomenon. It can be demonstrated that it would have had to be written "last." The same phenomenon is found in Luke, John, Peter, Jude, and Paul. Each would have had to write after the other in order to contrive the vocabulary frequencies! You can demonstrate that each of the New Testament books had to have been "written last."

      There is no human explanation for this incredible and precise structure. It has all been supernaturally designed. We simply gasp, sit back, and behold the skillful handiwork of the God who keeps his promises.

      By the way, the crucifixion of Jesus took place at Golgotha, elevation = 777 meters above sea level. What a coincidence.


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