27 Miracles in the KJV – By Chance… or by God?

Contents

  1. The Volume of the Book
  2. The First and Last Verses
  3. Holy Jerusalem
  4. First Mentions of LORD
  5. The House of Jeshua
  6. The 777 Godhead
  7. Mentions of Jesus + Christ
  8. The Messiah
  9. The Heart of God’s Word
  10. The Sevened Man and the Oldest Man in the Bible
  11. Joshua & Jesus
  12. Last Mention of LORD
  13. The House of the LORD
  14. The Halfway Verse of the Bible
  15. Sevened & Sealed
  16. Bondage and Liberty
  17. Vail and Veil
  18. 153 Fishes
  19. Perfect
  20. 77th and 777th Mention of Jesus
  21. Gulf
  22. Thy Word Above All Thy Name
  23. Interesting 666 Connections
  24. Matthew 6:11 & 16:11
  25. Holy, holy, holy
  26. The 47 Translators of the KJB
  27. Advanced Revelation

Introduction

Numerics. Some villify it, others glorify it higher than the text itself. Neither of these extremes are good. But numbers certainly have their purpose in God’s word. Numbers keep record. Numbers verify how many things you have. So that you know for a fact whether you have lost one of something or have gained another. Numbers are used whenever something is intelligently built. From stars in the sky to the sand on the seashore to the hairs on your head, God has everything numbered.

Numbers are objective. They do not lie. They are important to know and keep track of. If you have 4 kids, and you notice 1 is missing, you have to go find the other. If you have 66 books in your Bible, you have 66 books. Period. No more and no less. The Bible has 1189 chapters, but if yours only has 1188, that would mean you are missing one. You would need to find out which one it is to be sure you have every chapter of the Bible. That is important information.

Behold, this have I found, saith the preacher, counting one by one, to find out the account. – Ecclesiastes 7:27

God has 4 beasts around His throne saying ‘Holy holy holy’ – why not 3 or 5 or 2 or 7 beasts? God has 7 Spirits that go throughout all the earth. Why not 4 or 3 or 1? These are questions we don’t have answers to. But one thing is certain: God uses specific numbers over and over again in the scriptures. He doesn’t give us vague details. In John 21, he doesn’y say Peter caught many fishes and leave it at that. Peter specifically caught 153 fishes. It’s recorded. Jesus is the Alpha and the Omega. These are not random letters. They are the first and the last letters of the Greek alphabet. Everything in the Bible has meaning.

The King James Bible is believed to be God’s perfect word by millions of people around the world today. But little do any of these people know, the KJB is absolutely loaded with numeric patterns and anomalies that point back to God as the author.

The purpose of this list is to quickly show off some astounding facts that can only be found in the King James Bible. Some of them have deeper connections, multiple confirmations, or are a part of much greater patterns that can be traced throughout the Bible, but for the sake of keeping it easy to understand, these facts will only be displayed in their most simplified state. If you have any questions whatsoever, please email me at peterson6x@gmail.com. Without further ado:


#1
The Volume of the Book

 

The Bible is one volume of 66 books. 39 books in the Old Testament and 27 books in the New Testament.

39+27. Did you know that God has encoded these numbers into the King James Bible, to verify that the Bible really does consist of 39+27 books? Some try to reference books from the Apocrypha or the book of Enoch as inspired scripture. But God has verified the number of books in His volume, in ways that no human being could have devised.

In Psalm 40:7, we read something that really jumps off the page: Then said I, Lo, I come: in the volume of the book it is written of me, – That’s exactly what the Bible is- the volume of the book. And we find out in Hebrews that the “I” and the “me” in this passage are actually Jesus Christ speaking (see Hebrews 10:7).

So we have “the volume of the book” in two places of the Bible: Psalm 40:7 and in Hebrews 10:7 (which is quoting Psalm 40:7)

The first interesting thing we notice is how these scriptures are precisely spaced out by the 39+27 book pattern.
Psalm + 39 books = Hebrews
Hebrews + 27 books = Psalms
(View in table)

The second “coincidence” is that if you count all the words in the Bible, #1 = In, #2 = the, #3 = beginning… etc… “the volume of the book” begins on the #390270 word of the King James Bible. This number clearly displays 39 separated by 27.

The third “coincidence” is when you skip ahead by same number of words (390270) from the “the volume of the book” then you will arrive at the word “book” in Revelation 5:7 – And he came and took the book out of the right hand of him that sat upon the throne. The book in God’s right hand, sealed with seven seals.

Did you also notice how each verse corresponding to “the volume of the book” is a #7 verse?

Psalm 40:7
Hebrews 10:7
Revelation 5:7

Remember when Paul said, Behold, I shew you a mystery

That’s how I feel about this kind of thing. This is a very mysterious thing that either has happened by chance (extraordinarily low possibility) or by the hand of God.

the volume of the book” is 39 books away from “the volume of the book”
“the volume of the book”
is 27 books away from “the volume of the book”
“the volume of the book”
is 390270 words from the beginning of the Bible
“book”
in Revelation 5:7 is 390270 words from “the volume of the book”*

A note on the word “book” in the Bible.

If you count every verse that does not contain “book”, you will get a total of 30927 verses. Once again, the digits of 39 & 27.

Critics will say, well why isn’t it 39027 verses… but that wouldn’t even be possible because there are only 31102 verses in the Bible.

More on 39 + 27 soon…


#2
The First and Last Verses

 

In the last chapter of the Bible, Jesus says, I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. – Revelation 22:13. The first and the lasts are obviously important to God. If we see a clear and deliberate pattern in the first and the last verses of the Bible, like you are about to see, we can know that God is the Author. Notice how Jesus says He is Alpha and Omega. Those are LETTERS. Which makes the following anomaly of the King James Bible even more profound:

Genesis 1:1 – In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

Revelation 22:21 – The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.

The Alpha and Omega verses of the Bible. The first and the last. The beginning and the end.

What do we find?

Both of these verses have exactly 44 letters. And not only do they have the same amount of letters, but they also have the exact same amount of consonants & vowels.

Genesis 1:1
CONSONANTS: n th bgnnng Gd crtd th hvn nd th rth. (Total = 27)
VOWELS: I e eii o eae e eae a e ea (Total = 17)
TOTAL LETTERS: 27 + 17 = 44

They are identical twins. Exact matches. All new Bibles, including the NKJV add an “s” to heaven, making it plural. The King James stands alone as the pure word of God, down to the last jot and tittle.

Revelation 22:21
CONSONANTS: Th grc f r Lrd Jss Chrst b wth y ll. mn. (Total = 27)
VOWELS: e ae o ou o eu i e i ou a Ae (Total = 17)
TOTAL LETTERS: 27 + 17 = 44

But even more incredible, is the fact that Genesis 1:1 and Revelation 22:21 are an exact match by the letter/consonant/vowel to Psalm 44:4, which contains the name KING and JACOB (synonymous with JAMES), Thou art my King, O God: command deliverances for Jacob. The name of the Bible (KING JACOB/JAMES) is connected with the first and the last verses.

Psalm 44:4
CONSONANTS: Th rt m Kng, Gd: cmmnd dlvrncs fr Jcb. (Total = 27)
VOWELS: ou a y i O o oa eieae o ao (Total = 17)
TOTAL LETTERS: 27 + 17 = 44

And it goes much further. If you want to check it out further, watch the video here: ‘The Author Signed His Word | Psalm 44:4’

Now, if you or your really smart friends feel that the “y-rule” (counting the letter ‘Y’ as a vowel in ‘my’) brings uncertainty to the consonant and vowel count of Psalm 44:4, feel free to go with the traditional vowel-count, and only count a-e-i-o-u. You will end up matching Genesis 1:1 and Revelation 22:21 with 2 Corinthians 10:9, which reads: That I may not seem as if I would terrify you by letters.

2 Corinthians 10:9
CONSONANTS TRAD.: Tht my nt sm s f wld trrfy y by lttrs. (Total = 27)
VOWELS TRAD.: a I a o ee a i I ou ei ou ee (Total = 17)
TOTAL LETTERS: 27 + 17 = 44


#3
Holy Jerusalem

 

Going along with the previous fact… from one end to the other, there are exactly 144 verses in the Bible that contain 44 letters.

144 is the length of new Jerusalem’s wall. And he measured the wall thereof, an hundred and forty and four cubits, according to the measure of a man, that is, of the angel. – Revelation 21:17.

New Jerusalem is a type of the Bible in many ways.

  • Holy
  • Perfect
  • Where God speaks & dwells
  • Pure living water flows inside of it
  • God lightens it
  • Saved people walk in its light
  • Accessible day and night
  • Written on it are the 12 Tribes of Israel (Old Testament) …and the 12 Apostles (New Testament)

Did you know ‘Holy’ (capitalized H) is mentioned exactly 144 times in the Bible, and “Jerusalem” is mentioned exactly 144 times in the New Testament? The 144th (last) mention of Jerusalem in the NT is the only mention of “holy Jerusalem” in the Bible. And he carried me away in the spirit to a great and high mountain, and shewed me that great city, the holy Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God – Revelation 21:10


#4
First Mentions of LORD

 

When you see ‘LORD’ in all caps in the King James Bible, it means the holy name of JEHOVAH has been translated from the Hebrew. It’s different than ‘Lord’ which means Master / Ruler. In the New Testament, which was translated from Greek, there is no Greek word for JEHOVAH. Which means ‘LORD’ has no textual reason for showing up in the English-translated text. However, in the King James Bible, ‘LORD’ appears in the New Testament, talking about JEHOVAH, four times. How did this happen? Was it a mistake by the translators? Well actually, no. The passage quoted in Psalm 110:1 does use JEHOVAH, so it’s not wrong. But the original 1611 Bible did not have ‘LORD’ in the New Testament. It appears to have been mysteriously switched around 1638 without any textual reason. And whoever switched it, seems to have been inspired by the Holy Ghost to do so. Look at what happens in every single KJB in print today:

First mention of ‘LORD’ in the Old and New Testaments:

Genesis 2:4 → Matthew 22:44

This alone is an interesting pattern. It seems to have a connection with the book of Revelation, which has 22 chapters and 404 verses, and houses 22 mentions of ‘Lord’. Also, there appears to be a connection with the house of the LORD being built in the 4th year and 2nd month of Solomon’s reign. (see 1 Kings 6:1)

But the way God has intertwined them both together is what I call mathematical art….

Genesis 2:4 – These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were created, in the day that the LORD God made the earth and the heavens,

Matthew 22:44 – The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou on my right hand, till I make thine enemies thy footstool?

First mention in Old Testament, ‘LORD’ = #(7+7+7) word of Genesis 2:4
First mention in New Testament, ‘LORD’ = #777 word of Matthew 22

‘LORD’ in Matthew 22:44 is in the 5488th verse of the Bible to contain ‘LORD’
5488 = (8+8)×(7×7×7)

‘LORD’ = #88 word of Genesis 2
‘LORD’ = #777 word of Matthew 22

In Genesis 1:1, the first word of the Bible, is mentioned 336 times: “In” (capitalized)
336 = (8+8)×(7+7+7)

Remember, the Isaiah 34:16 end time prophetic Bible is called “the book of the LORD


#5
The House of Jeshua

 

The name Jedaiah means “JEHOVAH KNOWS.”
The name Jeshua is the Hebrew form of Jesus.

Every time the name of Jesus occurs:

Jesus = 973 mentions
Jesus’ = 10 mentions
Total = 983 mentions

GOD KNOWS how many times the name of Jesus appears in His book.

Ezra 2:36 – The priests: the children of Jedaiah, of the house of Jeshua, nine hundred seventy and three.

So while most read this as a few random names and numbers, I read it sort of like this: the LORD, JEHOVAH, HAS KNOWN how many times the NAME OF JESUS will occur in his book thousands of years ahead of schedule.

This verse mentioning 973 in Ezra is exactly 397 verses distance to Nehemiah 7:39
397 = digits of 973
7:39 = digits of 973

Nehemiah 7:39 –
The priests: the children of Jedaiah, of the house of Jeshua, nine hundred seventy and three.

Now, it’s important to note, the total mentions of the name of Jesus is important, but some of those mentions are not referring to the Lord Jesus Christ. For example, Colossians 4:11 mentions a man named Justus who also is known by the name of Jesus, and Acts and Hebrews both mention Joshua’s name as Jesus.

God does everything with purpose.

Just like there is significance with how many times the name of Jesus is found, something even greater can be discovered if you only consider the total mentions of Jesus Himself. We will get to that shortly.


#6
The 777 Godhead

 

JEHOVAH = 7 mentions

WORD (capital ‘W’) = 7 mentions

HOLY SPIRIT = 7 mentions

The most controversial verse in the King James Bible, also known as the Johannine Comma in 1 John 5:7 contains miraculous proof of God’s inspiration over the KJB.

1 John 5:7 – For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.

In the King James Bible…

“THE FATHER” = 218 mentions

“THE WORD” = 469 mentions

“HOLY GHOST” = 90 mentions

Total (218+469+90) = 777

Astoundingly, 1 John 5:8 also produces a miracle of sevens.

1 John 5:8 – And there are three that bear witness in earth, the Spirit, and the water, and the blood: and these three agree in one.

In the King James Bible…

SPIRIT” = 505 mentions

THE WATER” = 87 mentions

THE BLOOD” = 178 mentions

Total (505+87+178) = 770

 

Notice how there are 5 witnesses mentioned. One 7 for each witness.

  1. THE FATHER
  2. THE WORD
  3. HOLY GHOST / SPIRIT
  4. THE WATER
  5. THE BLOOD

777 / 770

 

If that were not enough evidence, as one who is picky might say “why didn’t you capitalize them?” since they are after all, proper nouns.

Do not tempt the Lord.

But rather, seek Him with all of your heart.

Here is the “cAsE SeNsiTiVe” counts for 1 John 5:7-8

Father” + “Word” + “Holy Ghost” + “Spirit” + “water” + “blood
= (7×7×7) + (7×7×7) + (7×7×7) + (7×7×7) mentions


#7
Mentions of Jesus + Christ

 

When only referring to the Lord (omitting Acts 7:45, Colossians 4:11, Hebrews 4:8)

Jesus = 970 mentions
Jesus’ = 10 mentions
Total = 980 mentions

980 = 7 × (70+70) total mentions of Jesus when only referring to Jesus Christ

 

All mentions of all forms of “Jesus” when referring to Jesus Christ = 980

All mentions of all forms of “Christ” when referring to Jesus Christ = 574

TOTAL MENTIONS of JESUS* + CHRIST* = 777 + 777


#8
The Messiah

 

“Messiah” is mentioned twice in the KJB, but “the Messiah” is only mentioned once. The only mention of the phrase “the Messiah” is on the 8888th word of Daniel.

This, of course, matches with the name of Jesus = 888 in Greek Numerics.

Every 8th letter from the beginning of the Bible spells out God.


#9
The Heart of God’s Word

 

Numbers are learned by logic. They follow fixed principles and only require head-knowledge. If a man proved the Bible was God’s word through numbers, but didn’t have an ounce of charity or compassion in his heart, it would all be vanity. His pride would put him last. Knowledge puffeth up, but charity edifieth.

On the opposite end of knowledge & logic, is the heart. That’s what truly matters to God. God can see what’s in your heart. The heart of God’s word is… everything you could possibly need to know about God’s word. And everything you could possibly love about it.

The heart of God’s word is Psalm 119.

Psalm 119 is the longest chapter of the Bible, and it’s all about the word of God.

Nearly all 16*11 verses within Psalm 119 are about God’s word.

The first word of Psalm 119 is “Blessed
Blessed” (capitalized B) is mentioned in exactly 119 verses of the KJB

The only mention of the number 119 in the text of the Bible itself is in Genesis 11:25 – And Nahor lived after he begat Terah an hundred and nineteen years…

Whether you go forward or backward 119 verses, you will end up in Genesis 7:13 / Genesis 17:13

Genesis 11:25 + 119 verses = Genesis 17:13
Genesis 11:25 – 119 verses = Genesis 7:13

There is some sort of pattern between 119 and 713 in the Bible. I do not have all the answers, but here are some of the significant notes I have:

Number of letters in Genesis 1 + Revelation 22 = 713th PRIME

The 119th mention of “Jesus” is the 713th verse of the N.T.

The 119th mention of “book” is in “the volume of the book in Psalm 40:7

The 119th verse mentioning “book” is in the 713th chapter of the Bible. Verse 16, 11 words: Seek ye out of the book of the LORD, and read: – Isaiah 34:16 (713th chapter of Bible)

The 119th verse mentioning God is the 777th verse of the KJB

The 119th word of the King James Bible “divided” is the 7th word of the 7th verse. (“divided” is mentioned in 66 verses of the KJB.)

The 119th letter of the King James Bible is the letter “i” halfway into “Spirit”

The New Testament contains 119 mentions of “Lord Jesus”

The New Testament contains 119 mentions of “truth”

KING JAMES BIBLE = 119 Ordinal (A=1, B=2, C=3 … Z=26)

“witness” is mentioned in 119 verses of the KJB

“heart” is mentioned in 119 verses of Psalms

The 119th word of Psalm 119 is “heart”

The 119th letter of Psalm 119 is the middle letter of “heart”

‘Heart’ is mentioned more in Psalm 119 than any other chapter of the Bible.

The sum of the first 7+7 verse numbers in Psalm 119 where “heart” is mentioned = 777

Verses in Psalm 119 mentioning “heart”

(1) Psalms 119:2
(2) Psalms 119:7
(3) Psalms 119:10
(4) Psalms 119:11
(5) Psalms 119:32
(6) Psalms 119:34
(7) Psalms 119:36
(8) Psalms 119:58
(9) Psalms 119:69
(10) Psalms 119:70
(11) Psalms 119:80
(12) Psalms 119:111
(13) Psalms 119:112
(14) Psalms 119:145

2 + 7 + 10 + 11 + 32 + 34 + 36 + 58 + 69 + 70 + 80 + 111 + 112 + 145 = 777

For more on Psalm 119, check the video called PSALM 119: The “Heart” of God and THY WORD BE VERIFIED (Extended Version)


#10
The Sevened Man and the Oldest Man of the Bible

 

Lamech (of Seth) who lived 777 years, is mentioned exactly 7 times in the Bible.
It appears to be 12 mentions when you search his name, but 5 of the mentions are referencing the Lamech of Cain’s line.

And all the days of Lamech were seven hundred seventy and seven years: and he died. – Genesis 5:31
If we skip ahead 777 words from Genesis 5:31, we arrive at Genesis 7:7

The oldest man in the Bible is Methuselah, at 969 years.
Methuselah is also mentioned 7 times.
The 7th and final mention of Methuselah is in the New Testament, where his name is changed to MATHusala

MATHusala is the 969th word of the chapter.


#11
Joshua & Jesus

 

The name Jesus is interchangeable with Joshua. They both are the same name, meaning JEHOVAH IS SALVATION. If you combine both “Joshua” (216x) and “Jesus” (973x) you get numerics that match the entire Bible.

Joshua + Jesus

= 1189 mentions (1189 chapters in Bible)
= 6*6 books (66 books in Bible)
= 11×23 chapters (Same whole number digits of 31102 verses in Bible)
= 1132 verses (Same whole number digits of 31102 verses in Bible)


#12
Last Mention of LORD

 

The last mention of LORD in all uppercase letters is word #10,000 of Revelation as the LORD OF LORDS cometh with ten thousands of saints, as prophesied by the 7th from Adam… And Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints

Revelation 19:14,16 – And the armies which were in heaven followed him upon white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and clean… And he hath on his vesture and on his thigh a name written, KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS.


#13
The House of the LORD

 

Besides the house the LORD beginning construction in the 4th year and 2nd month of Solomon’s reign (See significance of this above in #4 First Mentions of LORD), we find that the house of the LORD ended in the 11th year.

In the fourth year was the foundation of the house of the LORD laid, in the month Zif: And in the eleventh year, in the month Bul, which is the eighth month, was the house finished throughout all the parts thereof, and according to all the fashion of it. So was he seven years in building it. – 1 Kings 6:37-38

The King James translation also has its foundation in the 4th year, and ended in the 11th, taking 7 years to complete. (1604-1611)

Just like New Jerusalem, the house of the LORD closely typifies the Bible.

Both contain the words/oracles, and the presence of God.

When Israel needed God’s help, they turned to the temple. When we need God’s help, we turn to the Bible.

Both are beautiful in every intricate detail, designed and inspired by God Himself.

The house of the LORD is also where God performs His word. We see this play out in the King James Bible, where “his word” is the Pi word of the Bible.

pi = 3.14159
word# 314159 of the Bible begins at phrase “his word” in 2 Chronicles 6:10

This is the verse that God showed me after draining my laptop battery while it was still plugged in, before allowing the upload of ‘THY WORD BE VERIFIED.’ This created a mathematical miracle in the timestamp of the video. The miracle is explained here.


#14
The Halfway Verse of the Bible

 

The Bible contains 31102 verses.

The halfway verse (verse #15551) is Psalm 103:1 – Bless the LORD, O my soul: and all that is within me, bless his holy name.

This is verse # 1611 of Psalms. The year when the KJB was first published.

Take note, this is NOT the halfway verse of most modern Bibles. Even though they keep the same verse numbers, they completely delete many verses in the New Testament. (E.g. Check Matthew 18:11 or Acts 8:37 for yourself in NIV/ESV/etc)


#15
Sevened & Sealed

 

The first chapter of the Bible has exactly 7×7×7 words spoken directly by God.

Counting all words of the KJB, the New Testament begins 77% of the way through the Bible
(Matthew 1:1 – “The” is word #610282 out of 790849)

The last word of the Bible is ‘Amen.’

Amen‘ capitalized, is mentioned 77 times.

 

The first word and the last words of the Bible

First word of the Bible: IN
Last word of the Bible: AMEN

In Genesis + Revelation only, no other books…

In” + “Amen” = 777 mentions


#16
Bondage and Liberty

 

This is another pattern related to the 39 books of the Old Testament and the 27 books of the New Testament. It may seem like a lot of reading, but it’s WELL WORTH IT!

bondage” = 39 mentions
liberty” = 27 mentions

39 Old Testament books
27 New Testament books

Both of these words literally refer us to the Old and New Testaments.

Read Galatians 4:21-25, and notice how the word ‘bondage‘ literally describes the Old Testament.
Tell me, ye that desire to be under the law, do ye not hear the law? For it is written, that Abraham had two sons, the one by a bondmaid, the other by a freewoman. But he who was of the bondwoman was born after the flesh; but he of the freewoman was by promise. Which things are an allegory: for these are the two covenants; the one from the mount Sinai, which gendereth to bondage, which is Agar. For this Agar is mount Sinai in Arabia, and answereth to Jerusalem which now is, and is in bondage with her children.

Read 2 Corinthians 3, and notice how the word ‘liberty‘ literally describes the New Testament. Read verses 3-6, 12-17 below:
Forasmuch as ye are manifestly declared to be the epistle of Christ ministered by us, written not with ink, but with the Spirit of the living God; not in tables of stone, but in fleshy tables of the heart. And such trust have we through Christ to God-ward: Not that we are sufficient of ourselves to think any thing as of ourselves; but our sufficiency is of God; Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit: for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life.

Seeing then that we have such hope, we use great plainness of speech: And not as Moses, which put a vail over his face, that the children of Israel could not stedfastly look to the end of that which is abolished: But their minds were blinded: for until this day remaineth the same vail untaken away in the reading of the old testament; which vail is done away in Christ. But even unto this day, when Moses is read, the vail is upon their heart. Nevertheless when it shall turn to the Lord, the vail shall be taken away. Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.

And in Galatians 5:1, ‘liberty’ and ‘bondage’ are used together in the same verse, describing both the Old and New Testaments. Here is verses 1-3:
Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage. Behold, I Paul say unto you, that if ye be circumcised, Christ shall profit you nothing. For I testify again to every man that is circumcised, that he is a debtor to do the whole law.

And again in Galatians 2:4
And that because of false brethren unawares brought in, who came in privily to spy out our liberty which we have in Christ Jesus, that they might bring us into bondage:


#17
Vail and Veil

 

Did you know that both the words ‘vail‘ and ‘veil‘ are used interchangeably in the King James Bible? Same words with the same meaning, but different spelling is used.

For example:

In Exodus 26:33, the King James Bible says… “…and the vail shall divide unto you between the holy place and the most holy.

But in Hebrews 9:3, it says, “And after the second veil, the tabernacle which is called the Holiest of all;

Same word. Different spelling. Why does this happen?

The KJV-critic gets a creepy half-smile and boastfully shouts, “YOU SEE, COULDN’T THE GOD OF THE KJV FIGURE OUT HOW TO SPELL?”

Oh, poor fellow. Soon you will learn, God doesn’t need your help with His own book.

Here’s how “vail” and “veil” display a perfect example of God’s hand over the King James Bible:

The King James Bible contains 46 combined mentions of “vail” and “veil” – which means, if they were all standardized down to one or the other (vail=46x, veil=0x, or vice versa), we would lose the following pattern:

All mentions of ‘vail‘ (with an ‘a’ including ‘vails’) = exactly 39 mentions in the King James Bible.
There are 39 books in the Old Testament

Look at how the final mentions of ‘vail’ are used. Read it in context and notice how ‘vail‘ (with an ‘a’) has a DIRECT correlation to the Old Testament, just as its 39 mentions correlate to the 39 books of the OT.

This is astounding…

But their minds were blinded: for until this day remaineth the same vail untaken away in the reading of the old testament; which vail is done away in Christ. But even unto this day, when Moses is read, the vail is upon their heart. Nevertheless when it shall turn to the Lord, the vail shall be taken away. – 2 Corinthians 3:14-16

Vail” is emphsaized multiple times over, all talking about the VAIL (39x) of the OLD TESTAMENT (39 books)

So, what about veil (with an ‘e’)?

‘veil’ (with an ‘e’) = 7 mentions
God’s number of completion.

So we have a perfect division, where ‘vail‘ is an allegory for the Old Testament, and ‘veil‘ is an allegory for completion in the New Testament.

Look at a few of the times where ‘veil’ is used:

Jesus, when he had cried again with a loud voice, yielded up the ghost. And, behold, the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom; and the earth did quake, and the rocks rent;

And Jesus cried with a loud voice, and gave up the ghost. And the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom.

And the sun was darkened, and the veil of the temple was rent in the midst. And when Jesus had cried with a loud voice, he said, Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit: and having said thus, he gave up the ghost.


#18
153 Fishes

 

Simon Peter went up, and drew the net to land full of great fishes, an hundred and fifty and three: and for all there were so many, yet was not the net broken. – John 21:11

People have long marveled over the specific mention of 153 fishes in this final chapter of the gospels. Why did Peter draw 153 fishes?

“Peter” is mentioned in 153 verses.
“Paul” is mentioned in 153 verses.

“Peter” and “Paul” combined are mentioned 315 times. (Digits of 153)

The 153rd (final) verse mentioning “Peter” is in the book of 2 Peter- which has exactly 1553 words.
The 153rd (final) verse mentioning “Paul” is also in 2 Peter- specifically in chapter 3, verse 15. (Digits of 153)

What is the big deal about the Peter and Paul being connected with the 153 fishes at the end of the gospels?

Read what Paul writes with his own hand:
But contrariwise, when they saw that the gospel of the uncircumcision was committed unto me, as the gospel of the circumcision was unto Peter; (For he that wrought effectually in Peter to the apostleship of the circumcision, the same was mighty in me toward the Gentiles:) – Galatians 2:7-8

The gospel of the Gentiles was committed to Paul.
The gospel of the Jews was committed to Peter.

To see more about this 153 pattern check out the video: 153 Fishes: The Signature of the Gospel


#19
Perfect

 

The word “perfect” is mentioned 99 times.

Notice how old Abraham is and what God says to him in Genesis 17:1

And when Abram was ninety years old and nine, the LORD appeared to Abram, and said unto him, I am the Almighty God; walk before me, and be thou perfect.

God” is mentioned 99 times in the book of Revelation

Jesus Christ(‘s)” is mentioned 99+99 times in the Bible


#20
77th and 777th Mention of Jesus

 

The 77th mention of Jesus appears consecutively after the 7th mention of Christ, when the Father reveals to Peter that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God.

He saith unto them, But whom say ye that I am? And Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art the Christ, [7th mention of Christ] the Son of the living God. And Jesus [77th mention of Jesus] answered and said unto him, Blessed art thou, Simon Bar–jona: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven. – Matthew 16:15-17

The 777th mention of Jesus (excluding Justus/Joshua) is consecutive with the 77th mention of Holy Ghost

The grace of the Lord Jesus [777th mention of Jesus] Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Ghost [77th mention of Holy Ghost], be with you all. Amen. – 2 Corinthians 13:14


#21
Gulf

 

There is only one mention of “gulf” in the King James Bible. Describing the eternal separation between hell and paradise.

If you count all words of the Bible, ‘gulf’ is word #666888 of the entire Bible

666 = the number of the beast
888 = Jesus in Greek Numerics


#22
Thy Word Above All Thy Name

 

Psalm 138 contains one of the most startling verses in the entire King James Bible, in verse 2: for thou hast magnified thy word above all thy name.

If you read that right, it says very plainly that God has put His word above His own name.

Scholars who are responsible for publishing modern Bibles (NIV, ESV, etc) flat out reject this truth. Accordingly, they have completely distorted this verse, along with many other verses that relate to the doctrine of God’s word (e.g. Psalm 12:6-7, 2 Corinthians 2:17, Luke 4:4, etc)

Just as Psalm 119 contains 16*11 verses, Psalm 138 contains 16*11 words.

Notice how it also reads in verse 4, All the kings of the earth shall praise thee, O LORD, when they hear the words of thy mouth.

And look at the last verse, The LORD will perfect that which concerneth me: thy mercy, O LORD, endureth for ever: forsake not the works of thine own hands.

Indeed, God has PERFECTED HIS WORKS in the 1611 King James Bible, His Holy Book!


#23
Interesting 666 Connections

 

When the mark of the beast shows up, man will find himself in that great and terrible valley of decision: Take the 666 or die for the name of the Lord Jesus.

#666 verse that “Jesus” is mentioned:
Acts 21:13 “Then Paul answered, What mean ye to weep and to break mine heart? for I am ready not to be bound only, but also to die at Jerusalem for the name of the Lord Jesus.

The #666 verse of the New Testament says…
…the Son of man shall be betrayed unto the chief priests and unto the scribes, and they shall condemn him to death

The only 666 chapter/verse concatenations of the New Testament are:
John 6:66 – From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with him.
Matthew 26:66 – What think ye? They answered and said, He is guilty of death.

The #666 verse of the Bible = Gen. 25:7- And these are the days of the years of Abraham’s life which he lived, an hundred threescore and fifteen years.

an hundred (100) threescore (60) and fifteen (15) years.

100 + 60 + 15 = 175 years

175 = 25×7
(Genesis 25:7)

There are exactly 175 verses left in the Bible after Revelation 13:18, the verse mentioning 666


#24
Matthew 6:11 & 16:11

 

The 1st book of N.T. is Matthew.
1:6:11 – Give us this day our daily bread.
1:16:11 – How is it that ye do not understand that I spake it not to you concerning bread, that ye should beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees? (12) Then understood they how that he bade them not beware of the leaven of bread, but of the doctrine of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees.

The 1611 bread is the King James Bible.

The leaven and doctrine of the men with their own commandments can be found in the NIV, ESV, NASB, NLT, NKJV, HCSB, etc


#25
Holy, holy, holy

 

Only 2 verses in the Bible contain the phrase “Holy, holy, holy

Verse # 17773 and Verse # 30777

Digit sum: (1+7+7+7+3) + (3+0+7+7+7) = 7 × 7

The verses are Isaiah 6:3 and Revelation 4:8

Digit sum (6+3) + (4+8) = 7+7+7

Isaiah 6:3 – And one cried unto another, and said, Holy, holy, holy, is the LORD of hosts: the whole earth is full of his glory.

Revelation 4:8 – And the four beasts had each of them six wings about him; and they were full of eyes within: and they rest not day and night, saying, Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, which was, and is, and is to come.


#26
The 47 Translators of the KJB

 

I’ve heard many people say: “Would God let sinners be inspired to preserve His word?”

Uhhh… yeah. Every man is a sinner. Think about some of the men God used to put the scriptures in ink. Moses (murder), David (murder to commit fornication), Solomon (idolatry, fornication), Paul (wasted the church).

The King James translation committees are known for having 47 translators.

What are they to God? Should they be glorified as angels, in shining brightness, wise men who knew exactly what to translate?

Nay. They are sinners who needed a Saviour to santify and cleanse them from their sins and unto a life of holiness.

The 47th mention of “sinners” in the KJB…

Word# 1611 of James
Word# 161 of James 4
Word# 16 of James 4:8
Draw nigh to God, and he will draw nigh to you. Cleanse your hands, ye sinners; and purify your hearts, ye double minded.

How does God cleanse us? By the washing of water by His word.

How does God cleanse the King James translators? By the washing of water by His word.

They may have translated God’s word. But they were never above it.

God is no respecter of persons.


#27
Advanced Revelation

 

Every 77th mention of Jesus, Christ, and Jesus Christ present an advanced revelation.

 

The 77th mention of ‘Jesus‘ is when He is REVEALED as the Christ by the Father. The Messiah of the Jews. You can see it in Matthew 16:15-18.

The 77th mention of ‘Christ‘ is the revelation that Jesus is Lord of all. Jews and Gentiles. The Saviour of all mankind. You can see it in Acts 10:36,44-47

The 77th mention of ‘Jesus Christ‘ declares that Paul received the gospel BY THE REVELATION of JESUS CHRIST, as found in Galatians 1:11-12

 

77th mention of Jesus
He saith unto them, But whom say ye that I am? And Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God. And Jesus answered and said unto him, Blessed art thou, Simon Bar–jona: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven. – Matthew 16:15-17

77th mention of Christ
The word which God sent unto the children of Israel, preaching peace by Jesus Christ: (he is Lord of all:) …While Peter yet spake these words, the Holy Ghost fell on all them which heard the word. And they of the circumcision which believed were astonished, as many as came with Peter, because that on the Gentiles also was poured out the gift of the Holy Ghost. For they heard them speak with tongues, and magnify God. Then answered Peter, Can any man forbid water, that these should not be baptized, which have received the Holy Ghost as well as we?

77th mention of Jesus Christ
But I certify you, brethren, that the gospel which was preached of me is not after man. For I neither received it of man, neither was I taught it, but by the revelation of Jesus Christ.

 

Jesus is the 77th from God Luke 3:23-38)

  1. God
  2. Adam
  3. Seth
  4. Enos
  5. Cainan
  6. Maleleel
  7. Jared
  8. Enoch
  9. Mathusala
  10. Lamech
  11. Noe
  12. Sem
  13. Arphaxad
  14. Cainan
  15. Sala
  16. Heber
  17. Phalec
  18. Ragau
  19. Saruch
  20. Nachor
  21. Thara
  22. Abraham
  23. Isaac
  24. Jacob
  25. Juda
  26. Phares
  27. Esrom
  28. Aram
  29. Aminadab
  30. Naasson
  31. Salmon
  32. Booz
  33. Obed
  34. Jesse
  35. David
  36. Nathan
  37. Mattatha
  38. Menan
  39. Melea
  40. Eliakim
  41. Jonan
  42. Joseph
  43. Juda
  44. Simeon
  45. Levi
  46. Matthat
  47. Jorim
  48. Eliezer
  49. Jose
  50. Er
  51. Elmodam
  52. Cosam
  53. Addi
  54. Melchi
  55. Neri
  56. Salathiel
  57. Zorobabel
  58. Rhesa
  59. Joanna
  60. Juda
  61. Joseph
  62. Semei
  63. Mattathias
  64. Maath
  65. Nagge
  66. Esli
  67. Naum
  68. Amos
  69. Mattathias
  70. Joseph
  71. Janna
  72. Melchi
  73. Levi
  74. Matthat
  75. Heli
  76. Joseph (as was supposed)
  77. Jesus

 

For much more on the number 7, check out the video SEVENED, or check out my article with all my discoveries on the number 7.


Summary

 

#1) The Volume of the Book

the volume of the book” is 39 books away from “the volume of the book”
“the volume of the book”
is 27 books away from “the volume of the book”
“the volume of the book”
is 390270 words from the beginning of the Bible
“book”
in Revelation 5:7 is 390270 words from “the volume of the book”*
Every verse that does not contain “book” = 3
0927 verses.

 

#2) The First and Last Verses

The first and last verses, Genesis 1:1 and Revelation 22:21, have the exact same count of 44 letters / 27 consonants / 17 vowels.
Psalm 44:4 (Contains KING + JACOB/JAMES) has 44 letters / 27 consonants / 17 vowels.
2 Corinthians 10:9 (traditional, no Y-rule) has 44 letters / 27 consonants / 17 vowels.

 

#3) Holy Jerusalem

Exactly 144 verses in the Bible contain 44 letters. (Including the first and the last)
The Bible is a type of New Jerusalem. New Jerusalem’s wall length is 144 cubits
Holy‘ (capitalized H) is mentioned exactly 144 times in the Bible
Jerusalem” is mentioned exactly 144 times in the New Testament
The 144th (last) mention of Jerusalem in the NT is the only mention of “holy Jerusalem” in the Bible

 

#4) First Mentions of LORD

First mention of ‘LORD’ in the Old and New Testaments: Genesis 2:4Matthew 22:44
Revelation has 22 chapters and 404 verses, and houses 22 mentions of ‘Lord’
The house of the LORD (first temple) was built in the 4th year and 2nd month of Solomon’s reign
First mention in Old Testament, ‘LORD’ = #(7+7+7) word of Genesis 2:4
First mention in New Testament, ‘LORD’ = #777 word of Matthew 22

‘LORD’ in Matthew 22:44 is in the 5488th verse of the Bible to contain ‘LORD’
5488 = (8+8)×(7×7×7)
‘LORD’ = #88 word of Genesis 2
‘LORD’ = #777 word of Matthew 22
The first word of the Bible, “In” (capitalized), is mentioned (8+8)×(7+7+7) times

 

#5) The House of Jeshua

The name Jedaiah means “JEHOVAH KNOWS.”
The name Jeshua is the Hebrew form of Jesus.
Ezra 2:36 – The priests: the children of Jedaiah, of the house of Jeshua, nine hundred seventy and three.
Every time the name of Jesus occurs in the Bible: 973
This verse mentioning 973 in Ezra is exactly 397 verses distance to Nehemiah 7:39
397 = digits of 973
7:39 = digits of 973

 

#6) The 777 Godhead

JEHOVAH7 mentions
WORD (capital ‘W’) = 7 mentions
HOLY SPIRIT7 mentions

THE FATHER” = 218 mentions / “THE WORD” = 469 mentions / “HOLY GHOST” = 90 mentions
Total (218+469+90) = 777

SPIRIT” = 505 mentions / “THE WATER” = 87 mentions / “THE BLOOD” = 178 mentions
Total (505+87+178) = 770

5 witnesses / 5 sevens

  1. THE FATHER
  2. THE WORD
  3. HOLY GHOST / SPIRIT
  4. THE WATER
  5. THE BLOOD

777 / 770

Father” + “Word” + “Holy Ghost” + “Spirit” + “water” + “blood
= (7×7×7) × 4 mentions
= (7×7×7) + (7×7×7) + (7×7×7) + (7×7×7) mentions

 

#7) Mentions of Jesus Christ

7×(70+70) total mentions of JESUS when only referring to Jesus Christ
TOTAL MENTIONS of JESUS* + CHRIST* = 777 + 777

 

#8) The Messiah

Only mention of “the Messiah” = #8888 word of Daniel.
Jesus = 888 in Greek Numerics
Every 8th letter in Genesis 1:1 – In the be[G]inning G[O]d create[D]

 

#9) The Heart of God’s Word

Psalm 119 is the longest chapter of the Bible, all about the word of God.
Contains 16*11 verses

The first word of Psalm 119 is “Blessed
Blessed” (capitalized B) is mentioned in exactly 119 verses of the KJB

Only mention of 119 in the Bible, Genesis 11:25 – an hundred and nineteen years…

Genesis 11:25 + 119 verses = Genesis 17:13
Genesis 11:25 – 119 verses = Genesis 7:13

Number of letters in Genesis 1 + Revelation 22 = 713th PRIME
The 119th mention of “Jesus” is in the 713th verse of the N.T.
The 119th mention of “book” is in Psalm 40:7 – “the volume of the book
The 119th verse mentioning God = #777 verse of the KJB
The 119th word of the King James Bible “divided” is the 7th word of the 7th verse. (“divided” is mentioned in 66 verses of the KJB.)
The 119th letter of the King James Bible is the letter “i” halfway into “Spirit”
The New Testament contains 119 mentions of “Lord Jesus”
The New Testament contains 119 mentions of “truth”
KING JAMES BIBLE = 119 Ordinal (A=1, B=2, C=3 … Z=26)
“witness” is mentioned in 119 verses of the KJB
“heart” is mentioned in 119 verses of Psalms
The 119th word of Psalm 119 is “heart”
The 119th letter of Psalm 119 is the middle letter of “heart”
‘Heart’ is mentioned more in Psalm 119 than any other chapter of the Bible.
The sum of the first 7+7 verse numbers in Psalm 119 where “heart” is mentioned = 777

 

#10) The Sevened Man and the Oldest Man of the Bible

Lamech (of Seth) who lived 777 years, is mentioned 7 times in the Bible.
Skip ahead 777 words from Genesis 5:31 (Lamech aged at 777 years), arrives at Genesis 7:7

The oldest man in the Bible is Methuselah, at 969 years.
Methuselah is also mentioned 7 times. In 7th mention, name is changed to MATHusala
MATHusala is the 969th word of chapter.

 

#11) Joshua & Jesus

Joshua and Jesus are synonymous. Used interchangeably in NT.

Joshua + Jesus = 1189 mentions (1189 chapters in Bible)
Joshua + Jesus = 6*6 books (66 books in Bible)
Joshua + Jesus = 11×23 chapters (Same whole number digits of 31102 verses in Bible)
Joshua + Jesus = 1132 verses (Same whole number digits of 31102 verses in Bible)

 

#12) Last Mention of LORD

Last mention of LORD in all uppercase letters is word #10,000 of Revelation as the LORD OF LORDS cometh with ten thousands of saints (Jude 1:14)

 

#13) The House of the LORD

Started building in 4th year. Finished in 11th year. 7 years of building.
KJB = 1604-1611, 7 years in the making
The house of the LORD closely typifies the Bible.

 

#14) The Halfway Verse of the Bible

Halfway verse of Bible (Psalm 103:1) is verse # 1611 of Psalms.

 

#15) Sevened & Sealed

The first chapter of the Bible has exactly 7×7×7 words spoken directly by God.
By word count, the New Testament begins 77% of the way through the KJB
The last word ‘Amen’ capitalized, is mentioned 77 times.

 

#16) Bondage and Liberty

“bondage” = 39 mentions
“liberty” = 27 mentions

39 Old Testament books
27 New Testament books

Galatians 4:21-25 compares Old Testament to “bondage”
2 Corinthians 3:3-6,12-17 compares New Testament to “liberty”
Galatians 2:4 and 5:1, ‘liberty’ and ‘bondage’ in same verse, describing Old and New Testaments.

 

#17) Vail and Veil

‘vail’ = 39 mentions
39 books in the OT
Read 2 Corinthians 3:14-16

‘veil’ = 7 mentions
Used for veil of the temple when it’s rent in twain at the cross

 

#18) 153 Fishes

John 21:11 (last chapter of GOSPELS) → Galatians 2:7
“Peter” is mentioned in 153 verses.
“Paul” is mentioned in 153 verses.

“Peter” and “Paul” combined are mentioned 315 times. (Digits of 153)

The 153rd (final) verse mentioning “Peter” is in the book of 2 Peter- which has exactly 1553 words.
The 153rd (final) verse mentioning “Paul” is also in 2 Peter- specifically in chapter 3, verse 15. (Digits of 153)

 

#19) Perfect

“perfect” is mentioned 99 times.
Abram is 99 years old and what God tells him to be perfect
“God” is mentioned 99 times in the book of Revelation
“Jesus Christ(‘s)” is mentioned 99+99 times in the Bible

 

#20) 77th and 777th Mention of Jesus

The 77th mention of Jesus appears consecutively after the 7th mention of Christ, when the Father reveals to Peter that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God.

The 777th mention of Jesus (excluding Justus/Joshua) is consecutive with the 77th mention of Holy Ghost

 

#21) Gulf

Only one mention of “gulf”
‘gulf’ is word #666888 of the KJB

 

#22) Thy Word Above All Thy Name

Psalm 138 contains 16*11 words.
Read verse 2,4 and last verse of Psalm 138

 

#23) Interesting 666 Connections

#666 verse that “Jesus” is mentioned: Acts 21:13 “I am ready not to be bound only, but also to die at Jerusalem for the name of the Lord Jesus.
The #666 verse of the New Testament says, “…the Son of man shall be betrayed unto the chief priests and unto the scribes, and they shall condemn him to death

The only 666 chapter/verse concatenations of the New Testament are:
John 6:66 – From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with him.
Matthew 26:66 – What think ye? They answered and said, He is guilty of death.

The #666 verse of the Bible = Gen. 25:7, Abraham lived 175 years.
Exactly 175 verses after Revelation 13:18

 

#24) Matthew 6:11 & 16:11

1611 bread is the KJB
The 1st book of N.T. is Matthew.
1:6:11 – Give us this day our daily bread.
1:16:11 – How is it that ye do not understand that I spake it not to you concerning bread, that ye should beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees? (12) Then understood they how that he bade them not beware of the leaven of bread, but of the doctrine of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees.

 

#25) Holy, holy, holy

Only 2 verses in the Bible contain the phrase “Holy, holy, holy”
Verse # 17773 and Verse # 30777
Digit sum: (1+7+7+7+3) + (3+0+7+7+7) = 7 × 7
The verses are Isaiah 6:3 and Revelation 4:8
Digit sum (6+3) + (4+8) = 7+7+7

 

#26) The 47 Translators of the KJB

47 KJB translators.
The 47th mention of “sinners” in the KJB…

Word# 1611 of James
Word# 161 of James 4
Word# 16 of James 4:8

KJB translators are sinners like everybody else, who are not above the Book they translated.

 

#27) Advanced Revelation

Every 77th mention of Jesus, Christ, and Jesus Christ present an advanced revelation.
The 77th mention of ‘Jesus‘ is when He is REVEALED as the Christ by the Father. The Messiah of the Jews.
The 77th mention of ‘Christ‘ is the revelation that Jesus is Lord of all. Jews and Gentiles. The Saviour of all mankind.
The 77th mention of ‘Jesus Christ‘ declares that Paul received the gospel BY THE REVELATION of JESUS CHRIST,

Jesus is 77 generations from God.

 

 


Extra Notes:

  1. the volume of the book
    * From the beginning of the Bible to “the volume of the book” Psalm headings were included in the count. This second count (from Psalm 40:7 “book” to Revelation 5:7 “book”) does not include Psalm headings– Only the verse text. This shows that God is in complete control over both, and you will find significant things whether you include or exclude them. If you choose to stay consistent, and count Psalm headings, skipping ahead 390270 words from the end of Psalm 40:7 will take you to the church of Philadelphia- SPECIFICALLY HERE: “thou hast kept the word of my patience” – Revelation 3:10 …Many King James Bible believers have associated this exact verse with the King James Bible over the past 4 or 5 decades. When viewing the 7 churches of Revelation as time periods in church history, Philadelphia correlates with the previous church age when the King James Bible was published. Our current age, who has received the completed Bible is Laodocea, where Christ approached as ‘the Amen. and the faithful and true witness’ which both indicate a finished Bible is entering into the age of Laodocea. And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness…
  2. First Mentions of LORD
    The first word of the Bible “In” also appears in the last chapter of the Bible, in Revelation 22:2 – In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, was there the tree of life…