Hello there again I am writing this article as a add on to thoughts and the number seven and how it works in your life 777 is Gods number and Jesus Christ is a number 3 even when you add 777 together it adds to a 3
Often the case is that we see numbers all the time and we wander what they means sometimes you will wake up and see the same reoccurring numbers on your alarm clock or when you are driving a long on a car number plate.
Numbers all have a meaning so I would like to share the number seven with you if you have any trouble understanding this article please do not hesitate to contact me through life reader. Often the Angels are trying to give you messages when you see reoccurring numbers because you are so consumed up with grief or your own life that you do not hear them, it is like a radio you need to fine tune your hearing often your loved one wants to let you know that they are okay who have passed over. Remember your thoughts can be negative or positive and it is your choice how you think and feel, regardless of circumstances we often blame others for the way we feel sure I am not saying that someone cannot say words that will upset you and you take offence to. Because you have been programmed to feel pain and suffering with conditions of the world but if you really have a good look at this you have free will and can choose how you react to a situation. Yes I know that you would say that is easier said than done Ann but let’s have another look at people actions and the hurtful things they can say.
And how you react negatively if you was to turn this around and say that this is only their opinion and the words belong to them then this would not affect you and when someone does something bad with action you have a choice wether to forgive them or not but one disciple said to Jesus how many time do I have to forgive 7 times Jesus said no 77 times once again the number seven comes out. All my life I have had a knowing with the creator I feel the love and this is who i turn to with everything not just one thing everything in this life. So your thoughts can change to be positive and your life can improve beyond your dreams. But things do not just come to you there is action that is needed that’s right you need to put the work and the faith in for everything you need and want and ask God and Jesus for everything, this is not about religion it is about believing and loving oneself.
Love and Blessings Ann
The Meaning of Numbers: The Number 7
Used 735 times (54 times in the book of Revelation alone), the number 7 is the foundation of God’s word. If we include with this count how many times ‘sevenfold’ (6) and ‘seventh’ (119) is used, our total jumps to 860 references.
Seven is the number of completeness and perfection (both physical and spiritual). It derives much of its meaning from being tied directly to God’s creation of all things. According to Jewish tradition, the creation of Adam occurred on October 7th, 3761 B.C. (or the first day of Tishri, which is the seventh month on the Hebrew calendar). The word ‘created’ is used 7 times describing God’s creative work (Genesis 1:1, 21, 27 three times; 2:3; 2:4). There are 7 days in a week and God’s Sabbath is on the 7th day.
The Bible, as a whole, was originally divided into 7 major divisions. They are 1) the Law; 2) the Prophets; 3) the Writings, or Psalms; 4) the Gospels and Acts; 5) the General Epistles; 6) the Epistles of Paul; and 7) the book of Revelation. The total number of originally inspired books was forty-nine, or 7 x 7, demonstrating the absolute perfection of the Word of God.
Appearances of the number seven
There are at least seven men in the Old Testament who are specifically mentioned as a man of God. They are Moses (Joshua 14:6), David (2Chronicles 8:14), Samuel (1Samuel 9:6, 14), Shemaiah (1Kings 12:22), Elijah (1Kings 17:18), Elisha (2Kings 5:8) and Igdaliah (Jeremiah 35:4).
In the book of Hebrews, written by the apostle Paul, he uses seven titles to refer to Christ. The titles are ‘Heir of all things’ (Hebrews 1:2), ‘Captain of our salvation’ (2:10), ‘Apostle’ (3:1), ‘Author of salvation’ (5:9), ‘Forerunner’ (6:20), ‘High Priest’ (10:21) and the ‘Author and finisher of our faith’ (12:2).
In Matthew 13 Jesus is quoted as giving seven parables (Matthew 13:3 – 9, 24 – 30, 31 – 32, 33, 44, 45 – 46, 47). Seven Psalms are ascribed to David in the New Testament (Psalm 2, 16, 32, 41, 69, 95 and 109).
In the book of Revelation there are seven churches, seven angels to the seven churches, seven seals, seven trumpet plagues, seven thunders and the seven last plagues. The first resurrection of the dead takes place at the 7th trumpet, completing salvation for the Church.
How is number seven linked with God’s annual Feast Days?
There are 7 annual Holy Days God, beginning with Passover and ending with the Last Great Day (the day after the Feast of Tabernacles ends in the fall). The cycle of the holy days is completed in 3 festival seasons by the 7th month of the sacred calendar: Passover and Unleavened Bread, 1st month; Pentecost, 3rd month; and Trumpets, Atonement, Tabernacles and Last Great Day, 7th month.
Additional information on the Biblical Meaning of 7
Jesus performed seven miracles on God’s holy Sabbath Day (which ran from Friday sunset to Saturday sunset), thus affirming its continued sacredness to God and necessity in the life of the believer.
1. Jesus healed the withered hand of a man attending synagogue services (Matthew 12:9)
2. At a Capernaum synagogue he casts out an unclean spirit that possessed a man (Mark 1:21)
3. Right after the above miracle Jesus heals Peter’s wife’s mother of a fever (Mark 1:29)
4. A woman attending synagogue, who was made sick by a demon for eighteen years, is released from her bondage (Luke 13:11)