A brief insight into Biblical representation of numbers
Numerology is an age old thread that did not spare any area of our lives. This unique stream of numbers extracted relevant numerological facts from religious testaments. Yes, very numerologists ascribe their findings and knowledge of the numbers of the Bible. This biblical connotation of the application of numerology, is indivisible. That is why the biblical numerology plays an important role in this mysterious and mystical world of numbers.
There are numbers that occur frequently in the Bible and religious importance attached to the incidents. Because of their religious significance, these numbers are very important and numerologists assigned specific values for these numbers.
For example, biblical numerology is a special emphasis on the importance of number 3. The number is a symbolic expression of a large number of biblical facts. This number represents the biblical trilogy of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. It also reflects three universal traits, matter, space and time. Number 3 is also an indicator of the three conditions of the human soul, spirit and body. Some biblical numerologists often term 3 as a divine number.
In the Bible Jesus Christ was shown in three different shades of his character, as a shepherd. It is called as the good shepherd, when he speaks of his death. When he glorifies his worth, he finds himself the chief shepherd. He is a great time, he reveals the shepherd of his resurrection. Even the Almighty, as the father of Jesus refers to his son and the faithful three times.
There are many people who are convinced of the piety of numbers offered the Bible. This ensures that the biblical numerology is not going to disappear, and it will remain for the bulk of the fabric of society.
The main numerology number (1 to 9) were assigned to certain characteristics, based on biblical studies. Number three has already been discussed in detail.