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Myrbdl Myrpomh

HaMisparim LaDebarim
The Numbers of the Words
by Craig Wm. Peters

Tehillim/Psalms 111 and the Beginning of Wisdom The beginning of wisdom is the fear of hwhy; a good understanding have all they that do them.1 Tehillim/Psalms 111:10

a In this article, the Spirit reveals the how the letter ALEPH ( a ), the letter which
begins the Hebrew ALEPH-BEIT, also signals to us the beginning of true wisdom. We begin the present study by introducing what many call the ordinal value, or the place value of the Hebrew ALEPH-BEIT. The ordinal value, or place value, of any given Hebrew letter is simply determined by its position in the inspired sequence of Hebrew letters. Reading the below chart from right to left, we will give the place value followed by the misparim value2 for each of the 22 letters:

Misparim Value

Place Value
1 .. 2 .. 3 .. 4 .. 5 .. 6 .. 7 .. 8 .. 9 .. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 .. 17 18 19 20 21 22

Name

Letter

1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . 7 . 8 . 9 . 10 . 20 . 30 . 40 . 50 . 60 . 70 . 80 . 90 . 100 . 200 . 300 . 400 .

ALEPH a b BEIT GIMEL g DALET d HE h VAV w ZAYIN z CHET x TET j YOD y CAPH k LAMED l MEM m NUN n SAMECH o AYIN . e PE p TZADE .. u KOF .. q RESH r SHIN s TAV t

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(i.e., His commandments) While we use the term misparim (meaning numbers), many call this the gematria value.

The Beginning of Wisdom In this series of studies, we have seen how the Hebrew misparim (numbers) confirm many truths of the Word. And not only so, but hwhy continues to use these number values to further explain His Torah and to teach us yet more of the certainty of the words of truth. In past articles, we have largely dealt with the gematria value of Hebrew letters, words, and phrases. In honor of hwhywho calls Himself the Elohim of the Hebrewsthis writer has chosen to call the gematria value the misparim value or simply the misparim of a Hebrew word or phrase. In Hebrew, misparim (Mrpoym) means numbers. While the present article will still draw significant implications from the misparim of Hebrew words, we will now highlight at least one, very special number derived from the place value of Hebrew letters! In Tehillim 111, we read something special about the relationship between the fear of hwhy and the beginning of wisdom: The beginning (tysar , reishit) of wisdom (hmkx, chokmah) is the fear of hwhy Psalm 111:10 Some while back, I had read about the beginning of wisdom, adding to 111, but even looking at the Hebrew, I could not remember where this was seen, nor could I figure out how this number had been obtained. But an explanation was eventually found which showed how the place value (not the misparim value) of the Hebrew letters yielded the value of 111:
chokmah reishit

= hmkx tysar = the beginning of wisdom


111 = (5) h + (13) m + (11) k + (8) x + (22) t + (10) y + (21) s + (1) a + (20) r

Again, a letters place value, or what some people call the ordinal value, is simply obtained by finding its numerical order, or position, within the ALEPH-BEIT. So from first to last, we have ALEPH = 1 while TAV = 22. We provide a more compact Place Value Chart below so readers can confirm the above calculation:
--------------------------- PLACE VALUE CHART ---------------------- (11) k (10) y (9) j (8) x (7) z (6) w (5) h (4) d (3) g (2) b (1) a (22) t (21) S (20)r (19) q (18) u (17) p (16) e (15) o (14) n (13) m (12)l

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So this is how we derive 111 for hmkx tysar, reishit chokmah, the beginning of wisdom. Of course, it is not mere coincidence that the place value of this Hebrew phrase adds to 111 and that it appears, of all places, in Psalm 111! Such a result is clearly Inspired and was done by Sovereign Design as the Spirit desires to teach us yet more about the fear of hwhy.
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The Beginning of Wisdom and Awe Over His Word hwhy calls Himself the Elohim of the Hebrews no less than six times in Scripture history.3 Some have said there is no impetus to learn Hebrew since we speak English. But hwhy says, Those that honor Me, I will honor.4 And learning Hebrew is one very valid way we can strive to show honor to the Most High, since doing so certainly equips us to better understand His Word, His will, and His ways. For those who desire a closer walk with the Most High, learning Hebrewthe language of Heaven5only cultivates a deeper awe for hwhy and His Eternal Word. Because the fear of hwhy involves having and cultivating awe and reverence before the Most High, we are seeking to study more of this subject as it is revealed in Tehillim/Psalms 111. The letter ALEPH ( a ) can actually be written in Hebrew as a word; in word form, it is rendered as Pla and is pronounced aleph. Amazingly, and not coincidentally, the misparim for the Hebrew word, Pla (aleph), is 111:

111 = (80) P + (30) l + (1) a = Pla = ALEPH


Because the letter ALEPH begins the Hebrew ALEPH-BEIT, it also signifies the beginning.6 The letter ALEPH begins the Hebrew ALEPH-BEITwhose 22 letters are subsequently used to form all Hebrew words. Because of this, we believe the Spirit is teaching us the following: the fear of hwhy and the beginning of wisdom are directly related to learning the Hebrew language. Tehillim/Psalms 111 is showing us that learning Hebrew is, in itself, one very important aspect of the
Exodus 3:18, 5:3, 7:16, 9:1,13, 10:3 1Samuel 2:30 5 Acts 26:13-15 6 In the Book of Revelation, referring to Zechariah 12:10, and in the context of being seen by those who pierced Him, the Messiah refers to Himself as the ALEPH ( a ) and the TAV ( t ), the Beginning and the End. And in the Hebrew text of Zechariah 12:10, we see the word ta, the ALEPH (a) and the TAV (t ):
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And I will pour upon the house of David, and upon the inhabitants of Yerushalayim, the spirit of favor and of supplications: and they shall look unto Me whom they have pierced, and they shall mourn for Him, as one mourns for his only son, and shall be in bitterness for Him, as one that is in bitterness for his first-born. Zechariah 12:10 In Hebrew, the phrase and they shall look unto Me whom they have pierced, actually indicates that Yisrael pierced Et ( ta ), the ALEPH ( a ) and the TAV ( t ):

wrqd
they pierced

rsa
that

ta
Et

yla
unto Me

wjybhw
And they shall look

And it is in this very context that eSwhy the Messiah calls Himself the ALEPH (a) and the TAV (t), the Beginning and the End: 7 Behold, He comes with the clouds; and every eye shall see Him, and they that pierced Him; and all the tribes of the earth shall mourn over Him. Even so, amein. 8 I am the Aleph and the Tav, says the Sovereign hwhy, who is, and who was, and who is to come, Shaddai 17 And when I saw Him, I fell at His feet as one dead. And He laid His right hand upon me, saying, Fear not; I am the First and the Last, 18 and the Living one; and I was dead, and behold, I am alive for evermore, and I have the keys of death and of Hades. Revelation 1:7-8, 17-18

beginning of wisdom. The Torah pulsates with the wisdom of hwhy.7 That wisdom includes the direct teachings of the Torah;8 it includes the meaning of the individual words; it includes the meaning(s) of the individual letters; and this wisdom most certainly includes the different number values generated by the letters, words, phrases, and sentences. This is why Shaul could write to Timothy about the Scriptures that made him wise unto salvation.9 And what can be said of those who learn the Hebrew language as they walk in the Light which the Messiah came to impart10 upon His Fathers Torah?11 Those believers will be vessels of honor12 who have been made wise through their fear of hwhy,13 through continually drawing near to His Presence in prayer14 and through meditation on the Torah day and night.15 And these will be the believers who shall someday shine as the stars of heaven because of the wisdom which hwhy imparted to them and through them as they led many to righteousness in the Time of the End: And the ones that are wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness [shall shine] as the stars to the Age and beyond. Daniel 12:3 The Beginning of Wisdom and Awe Over His Wondrous Works In this series of studies, we have seen how reversing Hebrew words often gives us still more understanding surrounding the Word of hwhy and the spiritual issues related to the various words/phrases thus formed. Reversing the Hebrew word for king (melek, Klm), gives us a Hebrew word for shame (kalam, Mlk , Strongs 3637). This latter word speaks of the deep humiliation which the Messiah suffered before entering into His splendor as the King of kings. A form of the word kalam ( Mlk/shame) is used in Isaiah to describe the shame suffered by eSwhy when He was spit upon and mocked: 5 The Sovereign hwhy has opened My ear,16 and I was not rebellious: I moved not backward. 6 I gave My back to the smiters,17 and My cheeks to those that plucked off the hair: I hid not My face from shame ( hmlk , ke-li-mah) and spitting.18 7 For the Sovereign hwhy
Deuteronomy 4:5-7, Psalm 19:7, Proverbs 28:7, 31:26, Jeremiah 8:8, Hosea 14:9 Science often unknowingly supports/upholds the wisdom of the Torah! 9 2Timothy 3:15-17 10 2Timothy 1:10, 2Corinthians 4:4, John 4:25 11 2Corinthians 3:14-16, John 1:4-5,9-10, 8:12, 9:5, 12:35-36, 2Timothy 1:10 12 2Timothy 2:21 13 Psalm 111:10 14 (hwhy is the Ultimate Source of transformation; it is His Presence that clothes us with the Armor of Light.) 15 Psalm 1:1-3, Romans 12:2, Ephesians 4:23 16 The Messiahs ear was opened to hear (shema) and obey hwhy El Elyon. He was the Epitome of One who taught and upheld the Shema. Deuteronomy 6:4-5, Mark 12:28-30 17 Matthew 20:18-19, Mark 10:33-34 18 Matthew 26:67-68, 27:29-30, Mark 10:33-34, 14:65, 15:18-20, Luke 22:63-65/Isaiah 52:14
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will help Me; therefore shall I not be confounded; therefore have I set My face like a flint, and I know that I shall not be ashamed (vwb, boosh). Isaiah 50:5-7 The Messiah proved Himself worthy of being King (Klm) of Yisrael by first enduring unparalleled shame (Mlk) and humiliation19 as He both lived and died unto the will of the Most High.20 The relationship between King (Klm) and shame (Mlk) are prophetic of this greatest of all shame and highest of all exaltation experienced by the Messiah.21 And when the word hmlk (ke-li-mah) is reversed, we actually get the Hebrew word for king (Klm) preceded by the definite article (the letter, he: h): Klmh = HaMelech = The King The Messiah is the King of Yisrael!22 Reversing the Hebrew word for Elohim (Myhla)the title which displays the overwhelming greatness of creative power embodied in hwhygives us a Hebrew phrase/sentence which asks the question, Who is cast far off? (?alh ym) This question not only contrasts the infinite strength of Elohim, but it pictures His delight in calling those who are just the opposite of all that He is! Elohim calls the weak, the outcasts, and the rejected;23 even as He did with Jephthah,24 hwhy delights in gathering the outcasts of Yisrael.25 And equally as awe-inspiring as any of the above, reversing the Hebrew word for Mosheh/Moses (hSm) gives us the Hebrew word haShem (MSh), the word which means, the Name. Most often, haShem (MSh) refers to the Name of hwhy, the Name which He has commanded as His memorial to all one thousand of the one thousand generations it will take to complete human history.26 So Mosheh reversed is haShem. Yet this word relationship also reveals the precise calling of the prophet Mosheh. Specifically, hwhy called Mosheh to see, declare, and proclaim His Name in all the earth.27 hwhy proclaimed yet more of
Hebrews 12:2 Additional thoughts on this matter appear in the article Psalm 131 and the Sin of Adultery: http://www.scribd.com/doc/38512777/Psalm-131-and-the-Sin-of-Adultery 21 Ephesians 1:19-23, Hebrew 1:3 22 John 1:49, 12:14 23 1Corinthians 1:26-29, 1Samuel 22:2 24 Judges 11:1-10 25 Psalm 147:2-3, Isaiah 56:6-8, John 10:16, Matthew 18:12, Luke 15:4. For more details on all these things (including the reverse/mirror image of Elohim), see the article Psalm 86, the Title Elohim and the Word HalleluYah: http://www.scribd.com/doc/23344933/Psalm-86-the-Title-Elohim-and-the-Word-HalleluYah 26 Exodus 3:14-15, Deuteronomy 7:9, Psalm 105:8. This immense time span will range anywhere from the next 40,000 to 100,000 years! 27 Exodus 3:14-15, Numbers 14:21
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His Names greatness to and through Mosheh;28 in turn, this prophet declared that greatness to Yisrael and to all the world. 29 So it is an Inspired result that Mosheh/Moses (hSm) reversed gives us haShem (MSh). Returning to Psalm 111 (and Aleph/Pla = 111), all of the above now brings us to the result that occurs when we transpose the word Aleph (Pla) by reversing its letters. When the word Aleph (Pla) is reversed, we obtain the word pela (alp) the Hebrew word which describes the awesome wonders which hwhy does. Per Strongs numbering, the first time pela (Strongs 6382) is seen in Scripture is after the great deliverance at Yam Suf, the Sea of Reeds: Who is like You, hwhy, among the elohim? Who is like You, majestic in separateness, awesome in praises, doing wonders (alp)? Exodus 15:11 The relationship between the two words (ALEPH and pela) is obvious: Seeing, witnessing, and standing in awe of His wondrous works certainly goes a long way towards teaching us, through personal experience, the fear/reverence of hwhy. Of course, having the same Hebrew letters as the word ALEPH (Pla), pela (alp) also has the same misparim value:

111 = (1) a + (30) l + (80) p = alp = pela = wonders


But seeing and experiencing His wondrous works is still not enough. We must continually remember all the wondrous works which He has done. A significant part of cultivating the fear of hwhy is ever memorializing His wondrous works. hwhy intends for us to memorialize His mighty deeds within all of His Feast Days, of which the Shabbat is the foremost in preeminence. We are to give hwhy thanks and praise, not only for what He has done in our lives, personally, but for what he has done across the millennia in calling, delivering, and saving our forefathers. Considering the primary root for alp/wonders, the first time we see this word in Scripture30 is when hwhy spoke to Abraham about the forthcoming miracle of his sons birth:
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Exodus 9:13-16 (this includes the wonders which hwhy performed through Mosheh over Pharaoh and all the gods of Egypt), 34:4-10 29 For more details on this, see the article The Prophet Mosheh and the Name of YHWH: http://www.scribd.com/doc/23092363/The-Prophet-Mosheh-and-Name-of-YHWH 30 (The Genesis 18:14 occurrence is Strongs 6381, while the Exodus 15:11 occurrence is considered 6382, the masc. form of 6381.)

Is any matter too wonderful (alp) for hwhy? At the time appointed, I will return to you, according to the time of life, and Sarah shall have a son. Genesis 18:14 Parents are already filled with wonder and awe when blessed to bring a new life into the world; just imagine how this was multiplied in Abraham and Sarah when having Yitschak (Isaac) at the ages of 100 and 91! The next time alp/pela occurs is when hwhy speaks to Mosheh of the wonders He will perform over Egypt to bring about the release of Yisrael from captivity: And I will stretch out My hand and smite Egypt with all My wonders (alp) which I will do in the midst thereof; and after that he will let you go. Shemot/Exodus 3:20 And in the psalms, we are instructed to declare and to praise His wonderful works: Oh that men would praise hwhy for His goodness, and for His wonderful works (alp) to the children of men! Tehillim/Psalms 107:31 We have seen that alp (pela = wonders) has a misparim value of 111, so it is also fitting that this very word would appear in Tehillim/Psalms 111: A memorial He has made by His wonderful works (alp).31 Gracious and compassionate is hwhy. Tehillim/Psalms 111:4 Declaring and praising His wonders (alp = 111) is certainly a vital part of the fear of hwhy and, once more, the beginning of wisdom32 ( hmkx tysar = 111). The letter ALEPH (Pla = 111) further signifies this beginningitself being the beginning of the ALEPH-BEITleading us to the Hebrew language and, above all, to the Hebrew Scriptures. And as this section closes, we emphasize the word beginning. For hwhy Himself emphasizes this word by placing it first in the Hebrew text of Tehillim/Psalms 111:

hwhy
YHWH YHWH

tary
yir-at fear

hmkx
chokmah (of) wisdom

tysar
rei-sheet (the) Beginning

So we emphasize the word beginning. In this life, and on this side of the Resurrection, each of us only has the beginning of wisdom and the beginning of

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The root word here is alp/pela/wonders, but it is surrounded by prefixes and suffixes: wytalpnl. Psalm 111:10

knowledge.33 We must always be aware that our knowledge is very limited;34 that our frame is feeble;35 that apart from Him we can do nothing;36 and that His Presence is always our greatest need, our only Source of life and strength.37 And these things apply to every believer all the time. Shaul well knew this, and the emissary stated that if anyone supposed he knew anything, he did not yet understand as he ought.38 So we must be servants with what the Spirit reveals, not using knowledge for personal gain/monetary profit, and not being lifted up above our brothers and sisters.39 We should freely share the Word with others fully expecting the Spirit will show them still more; yes, even more beyond what He has given us.40 This is how hwhy intended for the body of the Messiah to be built up together in love.41 Waiting Unto hwhy Young people do not like the word wait because youthful zeal is instinctively ready to spring into action. But thanks be to hwhy that His definition of wait and waiting does not mean we sit around doing nothing as we look to Him for the leading of His Spirit and for the green light to advance on a life purpose. Our Western mindset over the word wait generally means inactivity until the thing we are waiting for actually materializes. Not so with hwhy! When we expectantly wait on hwhy, we seek His mind and will relative to all the issues and concerns which surround the thing over which we are waiting. Oftentimes, while we are waiting, we can engage in what one might consider to be preparatory actions which help our hearts get stronger and our minds get wiser in relation to the specific matter of concern. King David said it like this: Wait unto hwhy; be strong and let your heart take courage; and wait unto hwhy. Tehillim/Psalms 27:14 Notice that part of waiting unto hwhy involves being strong and emboldening our hearts to take couragethe courage required to take wise action relative to our concern/burden; we are to do wise things on our part to prepare for the eventual working and blessing of hwhy regarding the thing(s) over which we pray. And in light of our present study, we wish for our readers to stand in awe of hwhy and the inspired misparim for the word wait, or hope:

111 = (5) h + (6) w + (100) q = hwq = ka-veh = expectantly wait/hope


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Psalm 111:10, Proverbs 1:7, 9:10 Job 26:14, 1Corinthians 8:2, 13:9 35 Psalm 103:14, 2Corinthians 4:7 36 John 15:4-5 37 Psalm 73:27, 143:7 38 1Corinthians 8:2 39 Deuteronomy 17:18-20, Micah 6:8, Romans 12:3, Galatians 5:13 40 Psalm 119:99 41 Ephesians 4:16

Since the word for waiting on hwhy also adds to 111, we believe this Hebrew word reveals to us yet another aspect of the beginning of wisdom. And we emphasize, once more, as important as it is, this is still only the beginning of wisdom. Let us ponder a case which shows how one can wisely waitexpectantly preparing oneself for an opening unto greater service or greater prosperity. Then we can easily apply this to what the believer should do to wisely waitexpectantly preparing for the time when hwhy opens a greater avenue of service, or when He answers prayer over a specific concern. Preparing by Acquiring a Foundation of Knowledge/Experience The writer once taught computer programming in a public high school in Kentucky. In one particular class, there was a student who applied the beginning of wisdom. Always striving to teach students about the real world outside the walls of the classroom, I have historically encouraged learners to break out of the mindset so commonplace with todays youth. Too many young people fall into the trap of thinking and/or saying: Ill do that when I get older, or when I graduate from high school, or when I graduate from college. In this particular case, I encouraged the small class of computer programmers not to wait another minute before they started to read about and research a topic, or field, in which they wished to excel. One student took my advice and began reading every possible magazine about computers, peripherals, and the latest in technological advances. He quickly progressed and, a few years later, I was quite elated to learn he was making thousands of dollars a year as a computer consultant for a local governmental agency. And at that time, he was still an undergraduate in college! This wise young man prepared while he was waiting. To this day, I still advise my students in the very same way. Whether their interest is in caring for horses, excelling in a sport, advancing in computer technology, or reaching their ultimate academic potential, they all get the same advice: Start doing everything possible to prepare now; read about and research your area of interest; learn from those who are already successful and find out what things they did to advance. And this is the advice hwhy would give us: Actively prepare and gain increasing wisdom as a significant part of the waiting process! A Hypothetical Piece of Advice Which Would Have Been So Very Beneficial Lets carry these thoughts over to the believing realm and apply it all to one of the biggest things for which we should prepare in this life: marriage. Many years ago, I asked someone accounted to be an elder about marriage. Sad to say, I was given some out-of-context advice that showed the sincere persons lack of understanding over what it means to wait unto hwhy. The one counseling me cited how hwhy caused a deep sleep to fall on Adam42 and that I should just go to sleep on it effectively pushing the issue out of sight and out of mind. This was not very sound
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Genesis 2:21-22

or very helpful advice.43 In light of what we see in the Word, however, a few simple pieces of advice would have been so much better. And like the academic/life-skills counsel now given to many of my own students, it would have gone something like this: Marriage is one of the biggest and most important parts of life. While you are waiting for hwhy to bring that special someone into your life, there are many things you can/should do to prepare. Continue to seek hwhy and His Word for understanding into all possible aspects of marriage that are revealed throughout the Bible. In addition to your regular job qualifications, learn well at least one or more special skills. You like woodworking! How much can you supplement your present income by starting a small woodworking business? Make that a fun, but worthwhile challenge over the next few years and you will not only be able to save additional moneyperhaps for a down payment on a house44but you will also have a life skill to pass on to your children. As you get to know those who are already married, ask them for additional advice on marriage and family. Of course, you can always read books of good repute surrounding the momentous subject of marriage. Revere hwhy and trust Him over the entire matter as you begin to actively grow in your wisdom and qualifications as a future husband and father. Ivan Panin and Bible Numerics Since Psalm 111 has such a significant number (111), and since it deals with such a momentous spiritual subject (the fear of hwhy), we wish to convey some findings from the work of a believer who lived and thrived from the late 1800s through the mid-1900s. Readers should prepare to be stunned at what they are about to see. The revelation which hwhy gave this man is beyond the amazing and we believe the results now conveyed will be of benefit to all, and especially to any of our dear readers who are, or who were formerly, atheists or agnostics. In more modern times, one of the first persons to openly use misparim/numbers to show the Inspiration of Scripture was the Russian mathematician, Ivan Panin. Panin was a brilliant mathematician who graduated from Harvard in 1882. At one time, he was an agnostic who gave lectures on atheism. Subsequently, this highly intelligent man came to have faith in the Messiah of Yisrael and he became a New Covenant believer. Since the Hebrew and Greek languages do not have number systems, the letters are used to represent numbers. Being fluent in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, one day in the year 1890, Panin began studying the ancient texts of the Bible. Applying the number equivalents to the individual letters of Hebrew words, phrases, and verses, Mr. Panin found his mind was soon reeling
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Thankfully, I did conclude something was rather amiss in this counsel and, so, continued to seek hwhy and to study His Word for understanding into all possible aspects of marriage that could be found throughout the Bible. At the same time, it is realized so much more could have been done in the way of preparation. 44 Or maybe you will be able to save enough to pay for a home in cash!

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with the endless revelation of numbers and number patternsso intricately woven into the original Text with such a vast array of interrelated complexities that it was infinitely far beyond what any human mind could ever accomplish! Panin eventually came to believe these number patterns/occurrences not only scientifically demonstrated the Inspiration of Scripture, but he also spoke/wrote of the self-checking mechanism which these stunning number occurrences created within the originally-inspired manuscripts. Over these remarkably profound number patternsand their consistent occurrences throughout the BibleIvan Panin would coin the phrase Bible Numerics. So taken, so amazed, and so overwhelmed by all these things, Ivan Panin evidently declined an offer to serve in a high post at Yale University in lieu of spending the rest of his life (over 50 years) studying these amazing number patterns and phenomena and proving the Inspiration of Scripture! Panin had been given a still greater life purpose and he was compelled to go forward with it undistracted and unhindered! Ivan Panin even used these patterns to derive the correct translation in cases where previous scholars and/or manuscripts were in disagreement over the interpretation of a particular passage! Additionally, Mr. Panin presented some 43,000 pages of his studies to the Nobel Research Foundation indicating that this was his proof the Bible was the Inspired Word of Elohim. Similar evidence was sent to leading newspapers of his day openly challenge the atheistic and agnostic communities to disprove his claims regarding the Inspiration of Scripture. Absolutely no one could refute Panins factual findingssome of which we will now ponder.45 In Panins writings, we have many profound discoveries, including those surrounding Genesis 1:1. Let us consider two very profound examplesthe amazing results which Panin was blessed to see and discover about the numbers 37 and 73 in Breshit/Genesis 1:1.46 In an attempt to provide the clearest presentation possible, this writer will supply the Hebrew letters and their corresponding number values not typically detailed in Mr. Panins published works. The Number 37 The number 37 is found to be marvelously encoded throughout the first verse of the Bible! Ivan Panin found 14 Features of 37 in Genesis 1:1 (which he stated were not at all exhaustive). We will refer to these 14 occurrences of 37 as did he: Feature 1, Feature 2, , Feature 13, and Feature 14.

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To order Ivan Panins books at reasonable price, see this website: http://www.bereanpublishers.com/Apologetics/Book_Info_On_Ivan_Panin.htm These following facts are adapted/modified for clarity as seen in the book, The Shorter Works of Ivan Panin.

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Feature 1 The misparim of the text of Breshit 1:1 is 2,701:


296 407 395 401 86 203 913

Urah
the earth

taw
and specifically

Mymsh
the heavens

ta
specifically

Myhla
Elohim

arb
created

tysarb
In the beginning

2,701 =

296 + 407 + 395 + 401 + 86 + 203 + 913

But 2,701 is the product of 37 with 73: 37 x 73 = 2,701. This occurrence of 37 gives us Feature 1. Feature 2 The seven Hebrew words are, thus, divided: Words 1 5 have a misparim total of 1998: 1,998 = 395 + 401 + 86 + 203 + 913 1,998 = 37 x 54 Words 6 7 have a misparim total of 703: 703 = 296 + 407 703 = 37 x 19 This gives another division by 37 among the seven words constituting Feature 2. Feature 3 Feature 2 produced the numbers 1,998 and 703. The sum of the digits of these two numbers is itself 37: 1 + 9 + 9 + 8 + 7 + 0 + 3 = 37 This gives us 37, once more, and constitutes Feature 3. Feature 4 The last two words are further divisible by 37 as follows: Word 6 has a misparim of 407: 407 = 37 x 11 Word 7 has a misparim of 296: 296 = 37 x 8 This gives another division by 37 among these two words and produces Feature 4. Feature 5 The leading nounsElohim, the heavens, and the earthhave a total misparim of 777:
296 395
the heavens

86
Elohim

Urah
the earth

Mymsh Myhla
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777 = 296 + 395 + 86 Yet 777 is the product of 37 with 21: 37 x 21 = 777. The remaining words of Genesis 1:1 have a total misparim of 1,924:
407 401 203 913

taw

ta

arb
made

tysarb
In the beginning

and specifically specifically

1,924 = 407 + 401 + 203 + 913 And 1,924 is the product of 37 and 52: 37 x 52 = 1,924. These things give still another way that 37 divides into the various numbers derived from the Hebrew text, and we now have Feature 5. Feature 6 Feature 5 produced the numbers 777 and 1,924. The sum of the digits of these two numbers is itself 37: 7 + 7 + 7 + 1 + 9 + 2 + 4 = 37 This gives us 37, once again, and constitutes Feature 6. Feature 7 Out of the three words adding to 777, we take Elohim and the heavens, deriving the number 481; this is yet another multiple of 37:
395
the heavens

86
Elohim

Mymsh Myhla
481 = 395 + 86 We see that 481 is divisible by 37, being the product of 37 with 13: 37 x 13 = 481. From the three words adding to 777, we have left the word translated the earth:
296

Urah
the earth

But 296 is also divisible by 37 being the product of 37 with 8: 37 x 8 = 291. These phenomenon give us 37 in still another fashion and, together, they compose Feature 7.

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Feature 8 The words with the smallest and largest misparim add to 999:
86
Elohim

913
In the Beginning

Myhla tysarb
999 = 86 + 913 Once more, we have a number divisible by 37 since 999 is the product of 37 with 27: 37 x 27 = 999. The remaining words in this scenario have a total misparim of 1,702:
296 407 395 401 203

Urah
the earth

taw
and specifically

Mymsh
the heavens

ta
specifically

arb
made

1,702 = 296 + 407 + 395 + 401 + 203 But 1,702 is the product of 37 with 46: 37 x 46 = 1,702. This eighth occurrence of 37 forms Feature 8. Feature 9 Feature 8 produced the numbers 999 and 1,702. Yet the sum of the digits of these two numbers is, itself, 37: 9 + 9 + 9 + 1 + 7 + 0 + 2 = 37 This gives us 37, once more, and constitutes Feature 9. Feature 10 Still looking at 999 and 1,702, the sum of the figures of their prime factors is 36: 999 = 37 x 3 x 3 x 3 1,702 = 37 x 23 x 2 When adding the digits of the factors (seen just above) we have: 3 + 7 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 7 + 2 + 3 + 2 = 36 But 36 is neighbor to both 35 and 37. This gives us 37, once more, and constitutes Feature 10.

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Feature 11 Words 5 and 6 have a misparim of 802:


407 395

taw
and specifically

Mymsh
the heavens

802 = 407 + 395 But 802 is the neighbor of 803; and 803 is the product of 11 and 73 (the reversal, or mirror image, or reflection, of 37): 803 = 73 x 11. The other five words (words 1 through 4 and 7), have a misparim of 1899:
296 401 86 203 913

Urah
the earth

ta
specifically

Myhla
Elohim

arb
made

tysarb
In the beginning

1,899 = 296 + 401 + 86 + 203 + 913 But 1,899 is the neighbor of 1,898. Yet 1,898 is the product of 26 and 73 (the reverse of 37): 1,898 = 73 x 26. The 37 for this feature is derived from adding the digits for 802 and 1,899: 8 + 0 + 2 + 1 + 8 + 9 + 9 = 37 Thus, is displayed Feature 11. Feature 12 47 The total place value of the text of Breshit 1:1 is determined as follows:
7th word 44 6th word 29 5th word 62 4th word 23 3rd word 41 2nd word 23 1st word 76

Urah
the earth

taw
and specifically

Mymsh
the heavens

ta
specifically

Myhla
Elohim

arb
made

tysarb
In the beginning

total place value

298 = 44 + 29 + 62 + 23 + 41 + 23 + 76 223 = 44 + 62 + 41 + 76

Adding the place values of the odd-numbered words (1, 3, 5, and 7) gives: But 223 is the neighbor of 222, the product of 37 and 6: 37 x 6 = 222

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Panins Feature 12 (as seen in his book, The Shorter Works of Ivan Panin) was found to be in error (in all likeliness, a mistake attributable to his failing health), so we were blessed to see and discover the one used for Feature 12 in this discussion.

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Now adding the place values of the even-numbered words (2, 4, and 6) gives: 75 = 29 + 23 + 23 But 75 is the neighbor of 74, the product of 37 and 2: 37 x 2 = 74. These occurrences of 37 give us Feature 12. Feature 13 In Feature 1, we saw the misparim of the text of Breshit 1:1 is 2,701. If each digits place value48 is multiplied by its order we have the following: 2000 x 1 = 2000 700 x 2 = 1400 0 x 3 = 0 1 x 4 = 4 ===================== = 3404; and 3404 = 37 x 92 This gives us Feature 13. Feature 14 If the same method applied for Feature 13 is applied in reverse order we have the following result: 2000 x 4 = 8000 700 x 3 = 2100 0 x 2 = 0 1 x 1 = 1 ===================== = 10101; and 10101 = 37 x 3 x 7 x 13 Thus, we have Feature 14. * * * * * * * In summary, the probability of one of these features of 37 being accidental, of being done apart from intentional design, is 1 in 37. And the probability of two of these features of 37 being accidental is 1/37 times 1/37. But the chance that 14 such features of 37 would occur accidentally is 1 in 37 multiplied by itself 14 times: (1/37)14. Yet 37 raised to the 14th power is a figure which is 22 digits in length: 9.012061296 x 1021. So the chances of what we have seen occurring accidentally are: 1 in 9,012,061,296,000,000,000,000. But this is a number which extends 7 places beyond the 100 trillions! Simply put, no human mind and no human agency could ever come up with such an astounding
48

(per the mathematical definition of a numbers place value)

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and intricate scenario of intelligible words which also incorporate such a vast and complex array of number values! And no existing literary work outside of the Scriptures can come anywhere close to emulating this stunning result! The number 37 was encoded in Genesis 1:1 by the Sovereign Design and the Unseen Hand of an Infinitely Wise Creator! Since Ivan Panin stated these features of 37 were not exhaustive, we sought to find still more occurrences of this number. Features 15 and 16 are the result of this additional study and application. The second of these two features is indirectly attributable to a video which shows the Fibonacci Sequence occurs in plants, living things, and even spiral galaxies as seen throughout the Creation. Feature 15 Recall the seven numbers which were obtained by finding the place value of each of the seven Hebrew words: total place value > 298 = 44 + 29 + 62 + 23 + 41 + 23 + 76 Placing these seven numbers in sequential order, and then multiplying each number by its order in the sequence, results in the following: 1 = 23 2 = 46 3 = 87 4 = 164 5 = 220 6 = 372 7 = 532 ========= Adding these numbers gives: 1,444, the neighbor of 1,443. Yet 1,443 is the product of 37 and 39: 37 x 39 = 1,443. This gives us Feature 15. Feature 16 While it had been deemed this article was completed by mid-June of 2012, after the Spirit so clearly led us to return to still more study and more work on the manuscript,49 a dear sister in the faith e-mailed a video about the many ways in
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23 23 29 41 44 62 76

x x x x x x x

Perhaps you are wondering, And just how did that happen? My wife and I were driving on an unplanned vacation some ten days later and we were stopping for the night to look for lodging. At attempt number 1, our friend Myrna returned to let us know there were no vacancies (and we did not like the looks of the place anyway). On attempt number 2, I was inside at the hotel counter, waiting a considerable amount of time for assistance, and then reported to the car where Cecilia failed to agree with the price of the room. Farther down the road, Cecilia and Myrna went in together at the front office of a small motel and I needed to remain in the car. Upon their return, the ladies announced we would be in room number 111! While they did not know what that meant to me (of course, it

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which the Fibonacci Sequence occurs in plants, living things, and even spiral galaxies as seen throughout this awe-inspiring Creation!50 So upon seeking to find still more features of 37 and 73 in the Hebrew scroll of Breshit/Genesis 1:1, it was wondered if the Fibonacci Sequence had also been encoded into the mathematics of this text. Feature 16 is the result. While the Fibonacci Sequence is well known in the mathematical world, for those unaware of this pattern of numbers, the sequence begins like this: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, With the exception of the first two numbers in the sequence (1 and 1), each number in the sequence is obtained by adding the two previous terms. For instance, comparing the following with the above, readers will note that: 1 + 1 = 2; then 1 + 2 = 3; then 2 + 3 = 5; then 3 + 5 = 8; then 5 + 8 = 13; then 8 + 13 = 21; then 13 + 21 = 34, and so on. Please note that any number in this sequence may be referred to as a Fibonacci number; for instance, 5 is a Fibonacci number as are 13 and 55. Also, we say that 5 is the fifth term of the sequence, while 13 is the seventh term of the sequence, and 55 is the tenth term of the sequence. This pattern of numbers, or various numbers within this sequence, may be found in living things seen throughout the Creation: the pine cone, the pineapple, the sunflower, and the nautilus mollusk shell, just to name a few. We encourage you to take a moment and watch this stunning video before continuing to read Feature 16:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9MwNm0gXd8&feature=player_embedded%22%253

So we will now show at least one of the ways51 the Fibonacci Sequence was encoded by hwhy into the text of Genesis 1:1. Applying the first four numbers of
would be explained to them shortly!), I was rather stunned. This is usually the type of thing that would happen in advance of writing an article as we looked to hwhy for what He would have us to do next! There would be no doubt it was time to go forward on writing a certain article. In this case, however, there was no doubt that hwhy was letting me know the study on Psalm 111 was still not complete. Thus, across the next few weeks, I was led of the Spirit to go back and look up every Hebrew number of every word in the psalm and was subsequently blessed with still more revelation to include in the updated study (including this present section on Ivan Panins work). Blessed be His Name, who does exceeding abundantly beyond all that we ask or think! Ephesians 3:20 50 Thanks Tracy Petersen! And just about four days before receiving the e-mail and video link from Tracy, I had even shared the Fibonacci Sequence phenomenon at a Shabbat service in Florida! These phenomenal number patternsspread as they are across the vastness of the Creationare surely part of what Shaul referred to when stating from the Creation of the world the invisible things of Elohim are seen by what He has made, leaving those who refuse to see and believe without excuse! Romans 1:20 Faith is based on the obvious and overwhelming weight of evidence that some have rightly called Intelligent Design. Yet the Hebrew misparim/numbers show us this very same Intelligent Design is seen throughout the Scriptures and also proves the Inspiration of the Word of hwhy. The video Tracy sent may be seen at this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9MwNm0gXd8&feature=player_embedded%22%253
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There is likely something to be discovered in this regard which is yet more complex and still more amazing!

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the Fibonacci Sequence (1, 1, 2, and 3) as word-skip values, we pull out words and numbers as follows (as you read, please reference the text of Genesis 1:1 where the relevant numbers are seen just below and color coded for clarity): 3 2 1 1 296 407 395 401 86 203 913

Urah
haaretz the earth

taw
vet and specifically

Mymsh
hashamayim the heavens

ta
et specifically

Myhla
Elohim Elohim

arb
bara made

tysarb
breishit In the beginning

Starting at zero, we take the first Fibonacci number, 1, and skip 1 unit to Word 1 of the Text: tysarb = breishit = 913. Continuing at Word 1, we take the second Fibonacci number, 1, and skip 1 unit to Word 2 of the Text: arb = bara = 203. Proceeding from Word 2, we take the third Fibonacci number, 2, and skip 2 units to Word 4 of the Text: ta = et = 401. Finally, from Word 4, we take the fourth Fibonacci number, 3, and skip 3 units to Word 7 of the Text: Urah = haaretz = 296. Adding the four numbers obtained by applying the Fibonacci Sequence as skip values, we have the following sum: 1,813 = 296 + 401 + 203 + 913 But 1,813 is the product of 37 with 49: 37 x 49 = 1,813 The remaining words, those which were not used in the above scenario, have the following sum: 888 = 86 + 395 + 407 But 888 is the product of 37 with 24: 37 x 24 = 888. That the numbers derived from taking the sum of the Fibonacci words of Genesis 1:1 would give us a multiple of 37 would have already been enough, but hwhy also inspired the remaining values to add to a multiple of 37! This gives us Feature 16, and it is somewhat of a Grand Finale to place on top of all of the other, already amazing features of 37! Blessed be His Name! * * * * * * * Since the chance that 14 features of 37 would occur accidentally is 1 in 37 multiplied by itself 14 times, (1/37)14, now having 16 features, this number
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becomes 1 in 37 multiplied by itself 16 times: (1/37)16. Yet 37 raised to the 16th power is a figure which is 26 digits in length: 1.233751191 x 1025. So the chances of these 16 Features occurring accidentally are: 1 in 12,337,511,910,000,000,000,000,000. This is a number which extends 11 places beyond the 100 trillions! Simply put, there is absolutely no way what we seen in Genesis 1:1 is anywhere near accidental! It was all done by Inspired Design. This ends our discussion on the number 37, so we now progress onward to ponder the number 73. The Number 73 We also have amazing and Inspired results for the encoding of the number 73 within the original Hebrew text of Genesis 1:1. Immediately following are the seven features of 73 given by Ivan Panin. We will note these 7 occurrences of 73 as did he: Feature 1, Feature 2, , Feature 6, Feature 7. Feature 1 As seen in feature 1 for 37, the misparim of the text of Breshit 1:1 is 2,701:
296 407 395 401 86 203 913

Urah
the earth

taw
and specifically

Mymsh
the heavens

ta
specifically

Myhla
Elohim

arb
made

tysarb
In the beginning

Adding the misparim above each word gives us the following: 2,701 = 296 + 407 + 395 + 401 + 86 + 203 + 913 73 x 37 = 2,701. This is Feature 1 for 73. Feature 2 Words 5 and 6 have a misparim of 802:
407 395

But 2,701 is the product of 73 with 37:

taw

Mymsh

and the heavens specifically

802 = 407 + 395 But 802 is the neighbor of 803; and 803 is the product of 11 and 73 (the reverse of 37): 803 = 73 x 11.

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The other five words, words 1 - 4 and 7, have a misparim of 1899:


296 401 86 203 913

Urah
the earth

ta
specifically

Myhla
Elohim

arb
made

tysarb
In the beginning

1,899 = 296 + 401 + 86 + 203 + 913 But 1,899 is the neighbor of 1,898. Yet 1,898 is the product of 73 and 26: 73 x 26 = 1,898. This gives Feature 2. Feature 3 The misparim values for each word in the text of Breshit 1:1 have already been seen, but we display them once more:
296 407 395 401 86 203 913

Urah
the earth

taw
and specifically

Mymsh
the heavens

ta
specifically

Myhla
Elohim

arb
made

tysarb
In the beginning

The sum of words 2, 3 and 7 is as follows: 203 + 86 + 296 = 585; neighbor of 584 = 73 x 8. The sum of the remaining words1, 4, 5, and 6is as follows: 913 + 401 + 395 + 407 = 2116; neighbor of 2117 = 73 x 29. These above results52 constitute Feature 3. Feature 4 The misparim values for each word in the text of Breshit 1:1 are seen in Feature 3. In their ascending order, these numbers would be as follows: 86 , 203 , 296 , 395 , 401 , 407, and 913. The first three numbers in the above list add to 585: 86 + 203 + 296 = 585 = (73 x 2 x 2 x 2) + 1 Or, 73 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 584, the neighbor of 585. And the last four numbers in the list add to 2,116: 395 + 401 + 407 + 913 = 2,116 = (73 x 29) - 1 Or, 73 x 29 = 2,117, the neighbor of 2,116. This displays Feature 4.
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In his writings, Panin (or, perhaps, his editors) seems (seem) to count Feature 3 twice (by making it the same as Feature 2), so this additional feature of 73 was found by the writer to authenticate the results. We also understand Panins latter years were spent in ill health (he evidently referred to himself as an invalid), so it could be an oversight/error was made here due to his sickness and/or mental fatigue.

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Feature 5 Words one and four of the text have a misparim value of 913 and 401:
296 407 395 401 86 203 913

Urah
the earth

taw
and specifically

Mymsh
the heavens

ta
specifically

Myhla
Elohim

arb
made

tysarb
In the beginning

But their sum is a multiple of 73: 913 + 401 = 1314 = 73 x 18. Yet the remaining values (from words 2, 3,5, 6, and 7) have a sum which is also a multiple of 73: 203 + 86 + 395 + 407 + 296 = 1387 = 73 x 19. These things constitute Feature 5. Feature 6 The misparim values in ascending order would be as follows: 86 , 203 , 296 , 395 , 401 , 407, and 913. Multiplying each of the seven numbers by the value of its position in this sequence gives us the following: 86 203 296 395 401 407 913 x x x x x x x 1= 86 2= 406 3= 888 4 = 1580 5 = 2005 6 = 2442 7 = 6391 ========= 13,798; the neighbor of 13,797.

Adding gives us a total of:

But 13,797 is the product of 73 with 7 and 27: 73 x 7 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 13,797. This gives us Feature 6. Feature 7 The list in Feature 6 is presented once more: 86 203 296 395 401 407 913 x x x x x x x 1= 86 2= 406 3= 888 4 = 1580 5 = 2005 6 = 2442 7 = 6391 =========
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And this list may be, thus, divided:

Words 5 and 7 add to: 8396 > 2005 + 6391 = 8396 = (73 x 23 x 5) + 1. The other words add to: 5402 > 86 + 406 + 888 + 1580 + 2442 = 5402 = 73 x 37 x 2. These things exhibit Feature 7. * * * * * * * In summary, the probability of just one of these 7 features of 73 being accidental is 1 in 73. And the probability of two of these features of 73 being accidental is 1/73 times 1/73. But the chance that 7 features of 73 would, thus, occur accidentally is 1 in 73 multiplied by itself 7 times: (1/73)7. Yet 73 raised to the 7th power is a figure which is 14 digits in length: 1.104739852 x 1013. So the chances of what we have seen occurring accidentally are: 1 in 1.104739852 x 1013. This is the same as, 1 in 11,047,398,520,000. This is 1 in some 11 trillion, 47 billion, 398 million! So we have an intricate Design of both 37 and 73 threaded into the opening Text of Scripture; and it is done with such overwhelming complexity that a feat of this proportion could never be emulated by human workmanship; nor can all of this be merely accidental by any means! We see here the Sovereign Design of the One who numbers the stars and calls them all by name!53 * * * * * * * Not presented here are the other numbers encoded within the text of Breshit/Genesis 1:1. Ivan Panin also displays the patterns and occurrences surrounding the number 7 as well as the number 4. In his book, The Shorter Works of Ivan Panin, the mathematician displayed 14 features of 7 and then calculated the probability of those 14 features occurring accidentally:54 1 in 678,623,072,849. Likewise, Mr. Panin displayed 16 features of 4 and then calculated the probability of those 16 features occurring accidentally as: Less than 1 in 3,600,000,000.

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Psalm 147:4. And scientists now say the number of stars is a figure of some 300 sextillion; this is a 3 followed by 23 zeroesa number which is 24 digits in length! 300,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Our calculations showed this would be 1 in 678,223,072,800.

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This miraculous opening to all of Scripture was done by hwhy in Genesis 1:1 using only 7 Hebrew words composed of a total of 28 letters! And here is where it gets even more amazing (if you can imagine that!). No other literary work can/or does produce such impossible results with such far-reaching implications. But suppose for a moment one could. Before those who wish to try to do the impossible get too excited, there will be one more restriction to meet: While hwhy Inspired the use of 28 letters in Genesis 1:1, only 11 of the 22 letters in the Hebrew Aleph-Beit were used in the words of this verse! This means the Most High performed this indescribably overwhelming accomplishment while using only half of the available Hebrew letters! hwhy did this astounding miracle using exactly one-half of the Hebrew Aleph-Beit! It is as if Elohim is saying to those who will see and hear: Just look at what I can do, even with one Hand tied behind My back! Is it any surprise when hwhy referred to the moment He stepped out of Eternity and revealed Himself to man in Time and Space, the very first introduction of His Infinite greatness would radiate with such a vastness of wisdom and power that it would leave within those blessed to see it such an immensity of overwhelming awe and wonder? So those who wish to discredit the Authorship and Inspiration of the Bible have their (impossible) work cut out for them. You will have to restrict yourself to just seven words in an intelligible sentence which incorporates only half of the letters available in your language of choice. * * * * * * * Numbers in Scripture: The Most Highs Commentary Over His Eternal Word All of the above shows us the absolutely overwhelming and stunning Inspiration of Scripture! The Mind of hwhy stretches so far beyond mans ability to even begin to fathom His awesome greatness!55 Mr. Panins work has provided a highly important, foundational revelation for this writer and we are deeply thankful to hwhy for His work in that mans life. However, as profound as it all is, the Spirit has led us in a slightly different directiona course which differs from merely proving the Inspiration of Scripture. And we do not say merely to set at naught Panins work and writings in any way. At the time of Ivan Panins life and work, his zeal rightly burned to prove such Inspiration as the Bible had come under heavy and continual onslaughts at the hands of atheistic and agnostic critics rising up nationwide. However, there is still much more which hwhy intends to show His people with these profound numbers and number patterns! And what more might this be?
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Psalm 147:5, Romans 11:33, Psalm 139:17-18

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Over time, it has become evident to us that these numbers, number patterns, and number relationships are actually a very significant part of the Most Highs very own Commentary on His Eternal Word! Giving hwhy the splendor for His foreknowledge over every number,56 if these number relationships are interpreted in light of Scripture, the Spirit reveals to us many telling connections and many instructive, spiritual relationships. While words having the same number values are certainly related in some way, this is only the start 57 of the significant spiritual implications which can often be derived. And we believe all of this is a significant part of what hwhy is doing in these Last Days to increase the knowledge of Himself 58 before He arises to destroy and cleanse the Earth with fire from above as well as below. So what else is the Spirit of hwhy teaching us by this intricate and awe-inspiring pattern of the numbers 37 and 73 seen in the opening Text of all Scripture? Why has Elohim so strikingly placed these numbers in the very Hebrew text of Breshit/Genesis 1:1? The Hebrew misparim/numbers show us hwhy is speaking to us of the immense wisdom (hmkx, chokmah) by which He has created all things! And hwhy is speaking ever so loudly59 to all those who still have ears that are willing to hear!60 We have many Scriptures which tell us directly of the wisdom by which Elohim performed His Creation: 19 hwhy founded the earth by wisdom (hmkx); He established the heavens by understanding; 20 by His knowledge the depths were broken up, and clouds drop down dew. Mishle/Proverbs 3:19-20, ISRV He has made the earth by His power, He has established the world by His wisdom (hmkx), and has stretched out the heavens by His understanding. Jeremiah 10:12, ISRV

hwhy, how many are Your works! In wisdom (hmkx),


You have made them all: the earth is full of Your riches. Psalm 104:24 Yet considering the intricate pattern of the numbers 37 and 73 woven into the opening text of all Scripture, how do the Hebrew misparim/numbers reveal what the Spirit of hwhy is teaching us? What is the relationship between the
56 57

Tehillim/Psalms 139:17-18, 147:5 Tehillim /Psalms 111:10 58 Daniel 12:4 59 Mishle/Proverbs 1:20, 8:1-4 60 Deuteronomy 6:4-5, Matthew 11:15, Luke 14:34-35, Revelation 2:7, 11, 17, 29, 3:6, 13, 22

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overwhelming occurrences of 37 and 73seen in the text of Breshit 1:1and the unfathomable wisdom (hmkx) by which hwhy made all things? As we ponder the Hebrew word for wisdomthe word which describes what hwhy used to create all things, and the very word used in each of the above textsjust one look at the basic numerics gives us the immediate and jaw-dropping answer to this enigma of 37 and 73:

place value

61 62

37 = (5) h + (13) m + (11) k + (8) x = hmkx = wisdom

misparim value

73 = (5) h + (40) m + (20) k + (8) x = hmkx = wisdom

The place value for wisdom/chokmah/hmkx is 37 while its misparim/gematria value is 73! And this is precisely why/how hwhy inspired these two numbers to be so intricately woven into the very fabric of the Hebrew text surrounding His Creation! Is it mere coincidence that the misparim for the text of Genesis 1:1 adds to 2,701, and is it mere coincidence that this number is the product of 37 and 73? 37 x 73 = 2,701 This is not at all coincidental! Both of the values, 37 and 73, speak of the great, powerful, and sovereign wisdom with which the Mind of hwhy pulsates! So His encoding of those numbers was done by Brilliant Design and hwhy is showing His people, in writing, that His infinite wisdom pervaded all that He did in forming this absolutely remarkable and awe-inspiring Creation! And is it mere coincidence that there are such astronomical odds over the chance appearance of the numbers 37 and 73numbers which absolutely saturate the Hebrew text of Genesis 1:1 in such a complex and miraculous fashion? 63 Not at all; this is our Creators greatness on display. This is wisdom crying out64 for all to see the Great Hand of an All-Wise and All-Loving Creator! It is all an extremely overwhelming testimonyorchestrated and placed by hwhy Himself within His very Word; it is His grand proclamation that He has formed this great Creation by His wisdom! So we assert the beginning of wisdom seen in Tehillim/Psalms 111 is manifestly taking us back to the time of which it is written, In the beginning The Spirit is taking us back to the overwhelming account of Creation seen in Genesis 1:1. And the implications are obvious and inescapable: Memorializing His great works (alp, pela)65 in forming this awesome Creation and memorializing the immense wisdom behind those great works are both essential aspects of the beginning of wisdom.
61 62

This value may be verified using the chart on page 1. This value may also be verified using the chart on page 1. 63 (as so remarkably proven by the work of Ivan Panin) 64 Mishle/Proverbs 1:20, 8:1-4 65 (remember, alp/pela = 111)

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See the many humble and reverent prayers offered to hwhy in acknowledgment of Him as the Creator.66 No one will possess any wisdom from above67 apart from reverently acknowledging His most Infinite wisdom in creating all things.68 And in this country, believers have now seen the historical results of unbelief sown into the hearts of our nations youth over the matter of Creation. For decades, the great majority of our leaders and educators have long lacked the beginning of wisdom and, denying the Creator, they have sown the seeds of unrighteousness in the hearts and minds of young people across several generations. As a result, our nation now teeters on the brink of absolute collapse, demise, and captivity because no nation can long bear up under the weight of sin and its inevitable judgment.69 With no foundation of belief in the Infinite Wisdom of a Loving Creator and Redeemer, apostasy and rebellion are now seen on every front; and the lamentable results that presently spread pain, loss, heartache, and societal decay now continue to escalatealmost nearly unchecked and almost certainly unstoppable. Returning to thoughts on 37, 73, and the wisdom of hwhy, we give thanks and praise to the Creator of All for this awesome and stunning result! This is absolutely indescribable Inspiration which has come forth from His Infinite capacity to Design, Build, Work, and Reveal! The interwoven occurrences of 37 and 73 in Genesis 1:1 are showing us how hwhy confirms His Word and His truth; it is surely by His great wisdom that hwhy has made all things. Blessed be His Name! Readers are referred to the work of still other writers in regard to the many amazing number patterns seen in Genesis 1:1. These men have found a great many other things of amazement and Inspiration seen in the opening text of Scripture! To view and ponder these things further, see the web pages and/or videos listed at the end of this study. Applying Panins Work to Tehillim 111 As hwhy fulfills His Word to restore all things,70 we see Ivan Panins worknow greatly augmented by Dr. Peter Bluer and Vernon Jenkinsas part of the fulfillment that the knowledge of hwhy would be greatly increased in these Last Days.71 His Infinite Greatness is thus on display, scientifically, for all who would not harden their hearts. Although this present article was deemed to have been finished some weeks ago, we were recently led to spend still more time pondering the subject matter of Tehillim 111. And in the process, the Spirit led this writer to do something he has never done in any previous study: namely, to present the basic numerics for an entire Psalm. Because Panin observed amazing results using both
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Nehemiah 9:6, 2Kings 19:15, Revelation 4:11 James 3:17 68 Psalm 14:1, 53:1, Romans 1:20-22 69 Deuteronomy 4:25-27, Amos 9:8 70 Hosea 3:4-5, Acts 3:21, Psalm 102:16 71 Daniel 12:4

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the gematria value72 and the place value of a given Hebrew word or phrase, we were led to display these numbers for each word in Tehillim 111. Below, readers will see Tehillim/Psalms 111 (the Hebrew and its translation must be read from right to left) with the misparim value for each word (given above in red) along with the place value for each word (given above in blue): Tehillim/Psalms 111: In Hebrew With Numerics

85/31
and the congregation

560/74
(of) upright ones

72/27
in the secret counsel

34/16
heart

52/25 26/26
with (a) whole YHWH

16/16
I thank

86/50
Hallelu-Yah!

hdew Myrsy dwob bbl - lkb hwhy hdwa hywllh 1


230/74 80/35 560/74
studied 73

26/26
YHWH

420/60
the works of

87/42
Great (are)

Mhyupx-lkl Myswrd hwhy yvem Myldg 2


those of all who delight 74 in them

104/32

514/55

606/75

186/51

215/35
and majestic

15/15
Honorable

del
to (the) beyond

tdme
stands

wtqduw
and His

wlep
607/94

rdhw - dwh 3
375/42
He made

(are) His 75 righteousness deeds

26/26
(is)YHWH

260/53

114/42

227/38
A memorial

hwhy Mwxrw Nwnx wytalpnl hve rkz 4


and gracious compassionate of His wonders

618/60

176/59

237/48

257/59

500/50

289/46

wtyrb
His covenant

Mlwel
to the Age

rkzy
He remembers

wyaryl
to fearers of Him

Ntn
He gives

Prj 5
Food/Prey

59/32

488/47

75/30

830/56

146/47

22/22

426/66
(of) His works

28/19
The power

Mywg
(of) nations

tlxn

Mhl

ttl
to give

wmel
to His people

dygh
He declares

wyvem xk 6
420/60
(The) works of

the to them inheritance

206/62
His precepts

50/23
(are) all

191/65
trustworthy

435/66
and judgment

441/36

30/30
His hands

wydwqp - lk Mynman jpsmw

tma
faithfulness (or surety)

wydy yvem 7

72 73

(what we call the misparim value, or simply the misparim) This word transliterated is drashim and it has the same root word as midrash, or drash, for short; so the word does literally mean to study. Study of hwhy, His Creation, and His Word are all part of being upright. Psalm 1:1-3, Romans 12:1-2, 2Corinthians 3:14-16, Ephesians 4:23, 2Timothy 2:15, 3:16-17 This truth us punctuated by the numerics seen in the above text: Note that studied of = drashim = Myswrd (verse 2) = 74 = upright ones = ysharim = Myrsy (verse 1). Literally, delighters of them. righteousness is plural

74 75

28

516/57

443/38

426/66

176/59

104/32

176/74

rsyw
346/40 263/47

tmab
410/50
set apart

Mywve
they are done

Mlwel
to the Age

del
to (the) beyond

Mykwmo 8
They are upheld

and in truth uprightness

618/60
His covenant

176/59
to the Age

101/29
commanded

146/47 338/41 490/49

wms
His Name

arwnw
and awesome

swdq wtyrb Mlwel - hwu


17/17
good

wmel xls twdp 9


to His people He sent Redemption

425/65
doers of them

80/35
to all

350/44

26/26
YHWH

611/53
is fear (of)

73/37
wisdom

911/74
(the) Beginning

Mhyve - lkl bwj

lkv
understanding

hwhy tary
841/67
His praises

hmkx tysar 10

514/55
stand

104/32
to (the) beyond

tdme wtlht del


We have already pondered the amazing result seen in verse 10, where wisdom is shown to have two values: 73/37. By this, the Spirit took us back to Breshit 1:1 and the numbers 37 and 73 which so permeated the text, revealing to us the great and unfathomable wisdom of our Creator! Acknowledging the immense wisdom with which this Universe beganand worshipping hwhy for His love and handiwork in having done so marvelouslyis manifestly the beginning of wisdom for any of us. Let us consider a few other numbers seen in this psalm. In verse 1, we see Hallelu-Yah = 50 (pv)76 while with a whole = 25 (pv). Yet the mv and pv of with a whole or with all is 52/25. We greatly magnify hwhy when praising His Name with all our hearts since hwhy = 26 and 26 x 2 = 52. This shows us the utterance, Hallelu-Yah (50), should be a wholehearted exclamation of praise (25 x 2 = 50); but so many today use this word all too flippantly. This revelation of numbers shows us wholehearted reverence is the order of the day surrounding His worship. Still in verse 1, we see dwob / bsod / in the secret counsel is 72/27. How do we know when we are in the secret counsel of upright ones? We know we are in the secret counsel of upright ones when we experience both the light = uhr = rwa = 27 (pv) and the loving kindness = chesed = dox = 72 (mv)77 of hwhy:

place value 27 = (20) r + (6) w + (1) a = rwa = uhr/light misparim value


76 77

72 = (4) d+ (60) o + (8) x = dox = chesed/lovingkindiness

pv = place value mv = misparim value

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And to emphasize the great connection between light and chesed, the Spirit has even inspired the place value of chesed to equal 27 (light)!

place value 27 = (4) d+ (15) o + (8) x = dox = chesed/loving kindness We cannot have light, nor may we emanate the light of hwhy, without knowing and emulating His chesed/loving kindness. Elohim is light78 and Elohim is love.79 And this is the exact point being taught by Shaul in his great discourse on love and the gifts of the Spirit:80 it is those who walk in love81 who are also the most fully blessed to see the greatest revelations of the light and splendor of hwhy.82 And it is by these gifts that hwhy intends to reveal His Son in us83 and to the world. The Messiah came to open to us the great treasuries of wisdom and knowledge84 hidden in the Torah,85 but He requires us to walk as He walked. Any gift that we have only works at its ultimate best when we walk in love, when we walk as He walked. It all goes back to the profound text: in Him we live and move and have our being. Acts 17:28 It is only in Himby abiding in Him and walking with Himthat we may reach our maximum spiritual, mental, and physical potential in this life.86 In verse 10, by adding all the red and blue numbers above the beginning of wisdom is the fear of hwhy, we obtain 1811:
26/26
YHWH

611/53
is fear (of)

73/37
wisdom

911/74
(the) Beginning

hwhy tary

hmkx tysar 10

1811 = 26 + 26 + 611 + 53 + 73 + 37 + 911 + 74 Yet these are the same four digits (1, 1, 1, and 8) obtained from the misparim for the Shema:
13/13
is one

26/26
YHWH

102/48
our Elohim

26/26
YHWH

541/79
Yisrael

410/50
Shema

dxa hwhy nwyhla hwhy lersy emS


1118 = 13 + 26 + 102 + 26 + 541 + 410

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And there is certainly great importance between upholding the Shemathe preeminent and foremost commandment in all of the Torah87and in exercising the beginning of wisdom. The beginning of wisdom is the willingness to hear Him, to hear (shema) the Voice of His Spirit as did Abraham.88 And since this psalm is emphasizing the fear/reverence of hwhy, we find still another special teaching from the Spirit over this subject; the word translated to fearers of Him (seen in verse 5) has a misparim of 257:

257/59
to fearers of Him

257 = (6) w + (10) y + (1) a + (200) r + (10) y + (30) l = wyaryl


Those who fear/reverence hwhy hold His Presence in highest esteem, and the Ark of the Covenant89 is quite synonymous with the very Presence of hwhy.90 Yet the Hebrew word for ark has the very same misparim as that seen just above:

257 = (50) N + (6) w + (200) r + (1) a = Nwra = Ark


The Spirit indicating that those who fear hwhy continually reverence His Presence; they walk before Him91 and continually stand in awe of His power and sovereignty,92 knowing that, in His greatness, He fills heaven and earth.93 Finally, in/through Tehillim 111, the Spirit is teaching us the great importance of seeking the wisdom (hmkx = 37/73) of hwhy. And as if to put the finishing touches upon this all-important emphasis, readers will see and note the following: This is the 111th psalm and 37 x 3 = 111 while hwhy has inspired the text of this psalm to contain exactly 73 words in the original Hebrew! Let him who has understanding count! The Man of Wisdom Will See Your Name We have seen a significant number of words and topics relating to Psalm 111 and the beginning of wisdom. Through the prophet Micah, hwhy tells us the man of sound wisdom will see His Name: The voice of cries to the cityand let sound wisdom see Your Name! Micah 6:9, ISRV
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The Spirit gives wisdom and strength to those who seek to do great things for the Kingdom of Elohim, provided they are acting with the intent of bringing authentic honor to the Name of hwhy. When the young David went forth to battle against Goliath, the giant Philistine, this is what we read of the account: Then David said to the Philistine, You come to me with a sword, and with a spear, and with a javelin: but I come to you in the Name of hwhy of hosts, the Elohim of the armies of Yisrael, whom You have defied. 1Samuel 17:45 The phrase in the Name of hwhy of hosts looks like this in Hebrew:
Tzeba-ot of hosts YHWH YHWH

twabu hwhy Msb


baShem in the Name

And the place value of these three words may be computed as follows:

= twabu hwhy Msb = in the Name of YHWH Tzebaoth 36 26 49


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= (13) M + (21) S + (2) b = (5) h + (6) w + (5) h + (10) y = (22) t + (6) w + (1) a + (2) b + (18) u
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Total = 111
The Messiah teaches us to pray, Your Name be Set Apart.94 And those who set apart the Name of hwhy95living with the express purpose of loving Him with all the heart, soul, and strength96these are the believers who will receive the help of the Most High and the wisdom/heritage He imparts to those who fear and love His Name.97 The Secret of hwhy is for Those Who Fear Him To whom does hwhy now open the great, spiritual storehouses of wisdom and knowledge? hwhy is pleased to open access to the spiritual riches of His Presence98
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Matthew 6:9 1Peter 3:15 > Isaiah 8:13 96 Deuteronomy 6:4-5, Matthew 22:36-38, Mark 12:28-30 97 Psalm 61:5, 69:36 98 The Mynp Mxl/Lechem Panim/Bread of the Presence (fv) = 345 = MSh/haShem/the Name (mv). This is the daily bread we are to seek through prayer in His Presence. Matthew 6:11 (pv) 87 = (13) M + (10) y + (14) n + (17) p + (13) M + (8) x + (12) l = Mynp Mxl/Lechem Panim (mv) 258 = (40) M + (10) y + (50) n + (80) p + (40) M + (8) x + (30) l = Mynp Mxl/Lechem Panim =================== (fv) 345 = (40) M + (300) S + (5) h = MSh/haShem/the Name (mv)

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and His Word through His Son, the Mashiach eSwhy, the Great Priest of the Melchitzedek Order. In the 25th Psalm, we read of the secret of hwhy: The secret of hwhy is for those who fear Him, and He will make them know His Covenant. Psalm 25:14 In Hebrew, the text looks like this:
to make known to them and His covenant for fearers of Him YHWH the secret (of)

Meydwhl wtyrbw wyaryl hwhy dwo


So a more literal rendering would be, The secret of hwhy is for fearers of Him, and His Covenant to make them know it. Psalm 25:14 Yet behold the inspired numbers for the opening part of this text: The secret of hwhy is for fearers of Him:

6 10 1 20 10 12 5 6 5 10

4 6 15

wyaryl hwhy dwo


(pv) 110 = 59 26 25
We see the place value (pv) of this phrase is 110 (thus, connecting us with Psalm 110 and the Melchitzedek Priesthood). So the Spirit of hwhy has inspired this value of 110 to show us it is through the Melchitzedek Priesthood, led by the Mashiach, that hwhy is revealing the great, spiritual treasures of wisdom and knowledge hidden in His Son: 1 For I would have you know how greatly I strive for you, and for those at Laodicea, and for as many as have not seen my face in the flesh; 2 that their hearts may be comforted, they being knit together in love, and unto all riches of the full assurance of understanding, that they may know the secret of Elohim, the Messiah, 3 in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. Colossians 2:1-3 And Shaul indicated the light and splendor which shined on Mosheh, and by which hwhy revealed the Torah to ancient Yisrael, does not compare with the light and splendor which now shines forth from the Mashiach upon the same. The light and splendor which eSwhy haMashiach shines upon the age-aiding Torah99 is far beyond that which was seen upon Mosheh:
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12 Having therefore such an expectation, we use great boldness of speech, 13 and are not as Mosheh, who put a veil upon his face, that the children of Yisrael should not look steadfastly on the end of that which was passing away: 14 but their minds were hardened: for until this very day at the reading of the old covenant the same veil remains, it not being revealed that it is done away in the Messiah 15 But unto this day, whenever Mosheh is read, a veil lies upon their heart. 16 But whenever it shall turn to the Sovereign, the veil is taken away. 17 Now hwhy is the Spirit: and where the Spirit of hwhy is, there is liberty. 18 But we all, with unveiled face beholding as in a mirror the splendor of the Sovereign, are transformed into the same image from splendor to splendor, even as from hwhy the Spirit. 2Corinthians 3:16-18 And who better to reveal the Torah to His people than the Mashiach? For He was the Torah made flesh.100 And as High Priest in the heavens, eSwhy the Messiah continues to reveal the Name of hwhy, and His Word, to those who are subjected to His Priestly Rule. The secret of hwhy is for those who fear Him (110). Declaring the End From the Beginning: 1000 Generations Until All is Fulfilled! Many presently live under the mistaken notion that all things were fulfilled when the Messiah died on the Tree. They arrive at this faulty conclusion based on the last words of eSwhy: 28 After this, eSwhy, knowing that all things were now accomplished, that the Scripture might be fulfilled, said, I thirst. 29 Now there was set a vessel full of vinegar: and they filled a sponge with vinegar, and put it upon hyssop, and put it to His mouth. 30 When eSwhy, therefore, had received the vinegar, He said, It is finished, and He bowed His head, and gave up the spirit. John 19:28-30 But what eSwhy spoke of being fulfilled and finished were the things written by Mosheh, and seen in the Prophets and the Psalms, concerning how He must suffer, die, and be raised on the third day: 25 And He said to them, O foolish men, and slow of heart to believe in all that the prophets have spoken! 26 Was it not needful for the Messiah, these very things to suffer, and to enter into His splendor? 27 And beginning from Mosheh, and from all the Prophets, He interpreted to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning Himself. Luke 24:25-27

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44 And He said to them, These are My words which I spoke unto you, while I was yet with you, that all things must be fulfilled, which are written in the Law of Mosheh, and the Prophets, and the Psalms concerning Me. 45 Then He opened their mind, that they might understand the Scriptures; 46 and He said to them, Thus it is written, that the Messiah should suffer, and rise again from the dead the third day; 47 and that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in His Name to all the nations, beginning from Yerushalayim. Luke 24:44-47 When eSwhy had faithfully lived, suffered, and died, then finished was the first part of the Messiahs mission. But even then, the Torah was, and still is today, in full effect as the Constitution of the Messiahs Government. This is whyeven before His death and resurrectioneSwhy could relate what exacting qualifications would result in reward and greatness in the coming Kingdom. And as He did this, the Savior showed us it is those who keep and teach the Torah that will be honored as the greatest in the Millennial Kingdom: 17 Think not that I came to destroy the Torah or the Prophets: I came not to destroy, but to fulfill. 18 For verily I say to you, Till heaven and earth pass away, one jot or one tittle shall by no means pass away from the Torah, until all things be accomplished. 19 Therefore, whoever shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, shall be called least in the Kingdom of Heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, he shall be called great in the Kingdom of Heaven. Matthew 5:17-19 And it is still quite obvious that we are very, very far from all things being fulfilled which are written in the Torah and the Prophets: The Sun is not seven times brighter than it normally shines.101 The wolf has not laid down in peace with the lamb.102 We have not reached a time of unbroken world peace; the swords have still not been beaten into plow shares.103 We are not living in a new heavens and earth which have been judged and cleansed by fire and in which righteousness dwells.104 hwhy is not reigning out of Tziyon over Yisrael and over all the earth.105

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Thus, the earth is not filled with the knowledge of the splendor of hwhy as the waters cover the seas.106 There is not a cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night over Yerushalayim.107 David has not been raised up/resurrected as a king over Yisrael and the nations.108 All nations are not coming before hwhy to worship on Sabbaths and New Moons.109 Nor are all nations coming before hwhy to worship on His other Moedim/Festivals.110 In the coming Kingdom, the plowman will overtake the reaper due to a miraculous overabundance of crops.111 Not only is this being a commonplace event still forthcoming, but we are presently looking at nearly the opposite: famine conditions are being seen and/or approached almost worldwide.112 And actually, it is impossible for all things to be fulfilled until all one thousand generations of humans have lived on the earth. These 1000 generations are prophesied by hwhy to eventually exist across what will certainly be a great many millennia. And hwhy speaks of these one thousand generations in His Torah: Know, therefore, that hwhy your Elohim, He is Elohim, the faithful El, who keeps covenant and lovingkindness with those who love Him and keep His commandments to a thousand generations. Deuteronomy 7:9, Psalm 105:8 1000 generations is an immense time spanof which we have only seen the very beginning. Presently, we are only some 120 generations/6000 years from Adam; thus, the fullness of mans history on earth will range anywhere from 40,000 to 70,000 plus years into the distant future.113 According to the Word of the Messiah, the Torah will be/remain the Constitution of the Kingdom across all 1000 of these generations.114 These thoughts on the 1000 generations introduce our final thoughts on Tehillim 111 and the beginning of wisdom/fear of hwhy.
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hwhy has declared the end from the beginning115 in many ways. Some have shown the literal Week of Creation pictured a much greater weeka week of Seven Days,
106 107

Isaiah 11:9 Isaiah 4:5 108 Jeremiah 30:9, Ezekiel 34:23 109 Isaiah 66:22-23, Psalm 65:2, Isaiah 2:1-4, Micah 4:1-4 110 Zechariah 14:16-19 111 Amos 9:13 (certainly due to a greatly increased level of photosynthesis from a significantly brighter Sun; see Isaiah 30:26) 112 Matthew 24:7, Luke 21:11 113 (and perhaps more, if mans longevity is restored) 114 Matthew 5:17-20, 24:35 115 Isaiah 46:9-10

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wherein each day is 1000 years in duration.116 We now work at the very end of the 6th day (6,000 years), and the Seventh Day being the Shabbat, the 1000-Year Rest/Millennial Reign of hwhy is nearly upon us. But even this Millennium is not the End: the 1000-Year Reign of the Messiah only begins the Messianic Age! The very End shall only come after all 1000 generations have lived upon the earth. So there is an even greater way hwhy declared the (very) End from the Beginning. In Hebrew, the letter ALEPH = 1, but the same word ( Pla / aleph), with different vowel points, is pronounced eleph ( Pla ), and this is the Hebrew word which actually means one thousand! Thus, hwhy did declare the Endthe 1000th generation, or Elephfrom the very Beginning (a). And under this scenario, we actually see the Hebrew ALEPH-BEIT ranging from 1 to 1000. Below is the entire ALEPH-BEIT CHART (read from right to left) showing all of its Letters, their Names, their Place Values, and their Misparim Values:

Misparim Value

Place Value
1 .. 2 .. 3 .. 4 .. 5 .. 6 .. 7 .. 8 .. 9 .. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 .. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
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Name

Letter

1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . 7 . 8 . 9 . 10 . 20 . 30 . 40 . 50 . 60 . 70 . 80 . 90 . 100 . 200 . 300 . 400 . 500 . 600 . 700 . 800 . 900 . 1000 .
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ALEPH a b BEIT GIMEL g DALET d HE h VAV w ZAYIN z CHET x TET j YOD y CAPH k LAMED l MEM m NUN n SAMECH o AYIN . e PE p TZADE .. u KOF .. q RESH r SHIN s TAV t CAPH SOFEET K MEM SOFEET M NUN SOFEET N P FE SOFEET TZADE SOFEET U ELEPH a

Psalm 90:4, 2Peter 3:8

[Please note: There are only 22 letters in the Hebrew ALEPH-BEIT; however, five of these letters take on a different ending form when assuming the last position in a Hebrew word: the CAPH, the MEM, the NUN , the FE, and the TZADE. Thus, the CAPH SOFEET (K), the MEM SOFEET (M), the NUN SOFEET (N), the FE SOFEET (P), and the TZADE SOFEET (U).] Hebrew thought is circular and eternal. And via the Aleph (Pla) and the Eleph (Pla), we rejoice to see how hwhy brings the ALEPH-BEIT from 1 to 1000, from the Beginning/Generation 1 to the End/Generation 1000. Let us stand in awe of Him who alone possesses immortality and who lives to the ages of the ages. Via the Aleph (Pla) and the Eleph (Pla), hwhy called all 1000 generations from the beginning: Who has done and worked, calling the generations from the beginning? I, hwhy, am the First, and specifically the Last, I am He. Isaiah 41:4 Through the ALEPH (Pla) = 1 and the ELEPH (Pla) = 1000, hwhy shows us His great power and Sovereignty in having called all 1000 generations from the beginning: 9 Remember the former things of old: for I am Elohim, and there is none else; I am Elohim, and there is none like Me: 10 Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times things that are not yet done; saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all My pleasure. Isaiah 46:9-10 The unbelieving and the believing alike need to know that there are many ages of time yet to unfold in this worlds history. And across these many thousands of years, hwhy is going to make all the wrongs right; and it is during this time that He will end and rectify all the pain and all the unjust suffering we have seen in this present, brief history of 6,000 years. hwhy will bring complete restoration and He will make full restitution. hwhy states He has called all 1000 generations from the beginning117 and His loving plans and amazing purposes over each life formed will never be thwarted. May this cause us to stand in greater fear and reverence before Him.
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The beginning of wisdom is the fear of hwhy, but it is merely the beginning. We know in part and we prophesy in part. hwhy is the Possessor of all wisdom and all knowledge and He has been pleased to hide these great treasures in the Messiah.118
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Isaiah 41:4 Colossians 2:2-3

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Yet hwhy is also pleased to impart many of the riches of wisdom and knowledge to those who humble themselves before Him.119 Even so, in the Ages to come, hwhy will be teaching us far more than we can even begin to imagine on this side of the Resurrection.120 We believe that a significant part of what qualifies us to be kings in the coming Millennium is the present willingness to seek out a matter by studying the Word of hwhy and learning/doing/applying those things He does so lovingly reveal at this time: It is the honor of Elohim to conceal a word; but the honor of kings is to search out a word. Proverbs 25:2 May those who live to honor hwhy find in this study solid encouragement to learn still more of the Hebrew language and to seek and find Him more fully. May those who have learned our Messiah is the ALEPH (a) and the TAV (t), the Beginning and the End, realize that He who was pierced for our transgressions is also the Sovereign Ruler over all the cataclysms that will soon unfold around us as the heavens and earth shake mightily. The Spirit bids us to seek hwhy while He may be found, and to call upon Him while He is near. t His Name is great in Yisrael!
C.P. 6/12/2012
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Craig Peters is a Messianic author who ministers the Word of hwhy, in part, by providing free articles to feed the Messiahs sheep worldwide. He believes the Spirit reveals the Hebrew misparim (numbers)as given through the Inspired ALEF-BEITprovide us with the Most Highs very own Commentary on His Eternal Word.
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An Excellent Translation of the Scriptures ISRV is an acronym which means: INSTITUTE FOR SCRIPTURE RESEARCH VERSION. If this acronym has been used in the current document, it is to indicate we have quoted a Scripture text from the excellent translation produced by the INSTITUTE FOR SCRIPTURE RESEARCH. These believers have published a most helpful, edifying version of the Word of hwhy which is entitled The Scriptures. For those wishing to make further inquiry, the ISR website address is: http://www.isr-messianic.org The Gospel of Shalom To obtain a free copy of the book, The Gospel of Shalom, as well as many spiritual songs of immense edification by Renalee Colon, see the following website: http://www.wheretheglorywalks.com/ Suggested For Further Study on Bible Numerics The Writings of Ivan Panin To order Ivan Panins books at a reasonable price, see this website: http://www.bereanpublishers.com/Apologetics/Book_Info_On_Ivan_Panin.htm The Fibonacci Sequence in the Creation To view the video about the Fibonacci Sequence being seen through the vastness of this Creation, see this link: http://protea.worldonline.co.za/fibon.htm By Peter Bluer and/or Vernon Jenkins: Bible Numerics: Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qn3I78Mwi0 Bible Numerics: Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8L4fon-ngU Bible Numerics: Part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loEo4l1TUiA&feature=relmfu Bible Numerics: Part 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wY014MuQEI0&feature=relmfu Bible Numerics: Part 5 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDH9GNz4BN8&feature=relmfu Bible Numerics: Part 6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yT2accYi_ak
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PDF for Seven Unusual Numbers: A Proof Set In Stone: http://www.biblemaths.com/seven.pdf PDF for The Numerical Structure of DNA: How Gen 1:1, Deut 6:4 and John 1:1 are Encoded in DNA. http://www.biblemaths.com/dna.pdf The Work of Vernon Jenkins http://homepage.virgin.net/vernon.jenkins/index.htm http://homepage.virgin.net/vernon.jenkins/wisdom.htm http://homepage.virgin.net/vernon.jenkins/page_11.htm Evidence of God: Gematria (by Mark Hines) http://www.palmoni.net/gematria.htm

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