God’s Perfect Number ‘7’ shows the KJV is the Completed Bible

The following research will begin to open your eyes to the power of God and His inspiration over His finished Bible, which took 7 years to complete. (King James Bible, 1604-1611)

On the day of atonement, which only occurred once per year in the 7th month, God commanded the high priest to enter the most Holy place and sprinkle the blood of the bull and goat before the mercy seat… 7 times.

God’s holy day of rest, the Sabbath, is on the 7th day.

The first temple was built in 7 years.

God has 7 Spirits

Revelation 5:6 – And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth.

Revelation, the last book of the Bible that completes the canon contains: 7 churches, 7 Spirits, 7 candlesticks, 7 stars, 7 lamps, 7 seals, 7 horns, 7 eyes, 7 angels, 7 trumpets, 7 thunders, 7 crowns, 7 plagues, 7 vials, 7 mountains, 7 kings, 7 thousand men slain, and 7 heads of the beast.

Seven is a HOLY number to God.

My brother in Christ, Lowin, who made several of the discoveries on this page, shared this very profound thought with me:

God built the Earth and everything in it in 7 days. He could have just spoken it into existence in one word but he chose this pattern. Why did Jacob bow 7x before his Brother Esau? A show of repentance. Why did Namaan have to dip 7x to be purified of leprosy? To show us the pattern and to give the workman of God an expected end. Why with Jesus did it take 77 generations to bring about the perfect man to pay for our sins- why wouldn’t God bring the Messiah in the 1st generation to die for the sins of the world? Because he has a pattern for us to follow and to be able to see how he works and to gain knowledge and see revelation in our own lives.

All of the following pieces of information you are about to see are mathematical facts that literally exist in the King James Bible, also known as the Authorized Version (KJV = KJB = AV). Most of them do not exist in any other Bible version in English or any Bible in any language.

The question you must answer is: Are these facts here by coincidence or by inspiration of God?

God the Father’s name “Jehovah” is mentioned exactly 7 times in the KJB.

(1) Genesis 22:14
(2) Exodus 6:3
(3) Exodus 17:15
(4) Judges 6:24
(5) Psalms 83:18
(6) Isaiah 12:2
(7) Isaiah 26:4

 

Jesus is the Word of God.

Word” (capitalized ’W’) is mentioned 7 times in the KJB

(1,2,3) John 1:1
(4) John 1:14
(5) 1 John 1:1
(6) 1 John 5:7
(7) Revelation 19:13 

 

Holy Spirit” is… you guessed it, mentioned 7 times in the KJB.

(1) Psalms 51:11
(2) Isaiah 63:10
(3) Isaiah 63:11
(4) Luke 11:13
(5) Ephesians 1:13
(6) Ephesians 4:30
(7) 1 Thessalonians 4:8

 

JEHOVAH = 7 mentions

WORD (capital ‘W’) = 7 mentions

HOLY SPIRIT = 7 mentions

In the 777th chapter of the Bible (Jeremiah 32), God asks this question: 

“Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh: is there any thing too hard for me?”

The 777th chapter is the “EVIDENCE” chapter of the Bible.

“evidence” is mentioned 7 times. With each mention save 1 in chapter #777

“Lord” and “LORD” have different meanings in the Bible.

“Lord” means ‘master’

“LORD” in all caps, means ‘the name of God, JEHOVAH’

The first time “LORD” in all caps appears in the New Testament is the 777th word of the chapter it’s in.

Without surprise, we get a perfect 7 mentions of LORD and GOD (uppercase) in the New Testament.

The Godhead, consisting of the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost can be found in several passages of the King James Bible. The main one is 1 John 5:7, which we will get to in a second. But first, notice in 1 Corinthians 12:4-6 that the Godhead is listed out in a pattern:

Now there are diversities of gifts, but the same Spirit.
And there are differences of administrations, but the same Lord.
And there are diversities of operations, but it is the same God which worketh all in all.
– 1 Corinthians 12:4-6

“the same Spirit” + “the same Lord” + “the same God” = 7 verses

But what happens in 1 John 5:7-8 is perhaps the most shocking of all.

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

In Genesis 1 of the KJB (the first chapter of the Bible), counting all the words spoken directly by God will give you a total count of 7×7×7 words

Jesus is the 77th from God in Luke’s genealogy (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

There are 777 chapters from the LAST chapter of NUMBERS to the FIRST chapter of the New Testament

Numbers has 36 chapters.

Numbers 36 = Ch#153 of the Bible

Ch#153 + 777 chapters = Ch#930

Ch#930 of the Bible = Matthew 1

The New Testament begins 77% of the way through the King James Bible.

(First word of Matthew 1 = word# 610,282 out of 790,849 total words in the KJV)

610282 / 790849 = 0.77

Exactly 77 verses contain “the gospel

In Matthew 1, the angel of the Lord delivers the news that Jesus has been conceived by the Holy Ghost.

Combined, “angel of the Lord/LORD” and “angel of God” are mentioned in 77 verses.

The sabbath is the 7th day of the week, in which God rested from all his works. It is the first thing in the Bible that is “sanctified” or made holy by God.

The 7th mention of ‘holy‘ is the Sabbath commandment.

The word “sabbath” in the King James Bible has a unique count because one of the times it is mentioned is a Psalm superscription instead of a verse.

Many would argue that it should be included in the total word count, while others would say it should not since God didn’t place it in a verse.

Well, I think both are correct. Whether you skip it or count it, watch what happens:

If you skip it, the 77th mention of ‘sabbath‘ is the first time it is mentioned in the New Testament.

If you keep it instead of skipping it, the exact same mention (Psalm 92 superscription) is the 77th mention of ‘sabbath‘ from the back of the Bible.

What’s even more incredible is that, the sabbath is about God resting from his works.

Genesis 2:2 – And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made.

Hebrews 4:4 – For he spake in a certain place of the seventh day on this wise, And God did rest the seventh day from all his works.

Psalm 92, which is the “sabbath Psalm” contains both the 7th mention of ‘thy work‘ (singular) and the 7th mention of ‘thy works‘ (plural)

Shouldn’t we expect to find something interesting at the end of the Bible? After all, 7 is the number of PERFECTION / COMPLETION / CONCLUSION.

The last verse of the Bible: 21 = 7+7+7

The last word of the Bible: ‘Amen

Amen‘ (capital A) = 77 mentions

Is that not enough evidence in the first and last books of God’s word?
(“Word” (Capitalized) = Jesus / “word” (lowercase) = word of God) If you look at all mentions of lowercase word in the first and the last books…

word‘ = 7 mentions in Genesis
word‘ = 7 mentions in Revelation

At last, it’s still not enough evidence? Here is one of the greatest things you will ever see:

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

ELS (Equal-letter-distance) code is found in Genesis 1- every 77th letter spells out “SEVEN” when God makes man in His own image.

“Most High” is mentioned 7×7 times

“word of God” is mentioned 7×7 times

“the old testament” + “the new testament” combined are mentioned 7 times

Speaking of the Old Testament, God wastes no time validating ‘Moses‘ in the New Testament.

Moses is mentioned 77 times in the New Testament, with the first mention being the 77th word of its chapter.

Moses and Abraham are mentioned together in the same verse 7 times.

Over and over again in the New Testament, the Jews wondered if Jesus was ‘that prophet’ spoken of by Moses.

Deuteronomy 18:15 – The LORD thy God will raise up unto thee a Prophet from the midst of thee, of thy brethren, like unto me; unto him ye shall hearken;

That of course is referring to Jesus Christ. Without surprise, that’s the 7th mention of ‘prophet‘ in the Bible.

Jesus‘ and the word ‘seven‘ when combined, show up flawlessly:

Jesus‘ + ‘seven‘  = 7 mentions when in the same verse

Jesus‘ + ‘seven‘ = 7+7+7 chapters when in the same chapter

Jesus‘ + ‘seven‘ = 7 books when in the same book

The miracle of feeding the five thousand with five loaves and two fishes… 7 items total, there are exactly 7 verses that contain “five” + “loaves” + “two” + “fishes

The Bible has 39 books in the Old Testament and 27 books in the New Testament

Genesis 1:1 + 3927 verses = Numbers 7:77

Numbers 7:77 contains the 77th mention of “sacrifice”

This is also interesting because the 77th verse of the Bible is about God clothing Adam and Even with coats of skins- which is believed to be the first lamb(s) ever sacrificed- by God Himself. It occurs in verse 21 (7+7+7) of Genesis 3.

The 77th verse from the back of the Bible also involves clothing… the clean and white fine linen of the Lamb’s wife!

Revelation 19:8 – And to her was granted that she should be arrayed in fine linen, clean and white: for the fine linen is the righteousness of saints.

The only verse in the Bible where 777 is mentioned in the text itself is Genesis 5:31

Genesis 5:31- “And all the days of Lamech were seven hundred seventy and seven years…”

Starting from the beginning of this verse, moving ahead 777 words lands you in Genesis 7:7

Genesis 5:31 + 777 words = Genesis 7:7

How many times is 777-year old Lamech (from Seth’s line) mentioned in the Bible? You guessed it. 7 times!

Now it’s not obvious at first, because you have to bear in mind that Cain’s line also produced a Lamech. That was a different Lamech.

Lamech of Cain is mentioned 5 times in 4 verses.
Lamech of Seth is mentioned 7 times in 7 verses.

Another time 77 is mentioned in the text itself is Ezra 8:35 – “…seventy and seven lambs…”

If you skip ahead 777 verses, you arrive in Job 7:7

The middle verse of the New Testament is Acts 7:7

3979 + 3978 = 7957 (total NT verses)
3979 – 3978 = 1

“in Christ” is mentioned 77 times with the first mention in Acts 24:24

(Jesus in Greek is the 2424th alphabetically cataloged word in the Greek New Testament. See Strongs G2424)

The first title given to Jesus- “the son of David” is mentioned 7 times in the New Testament

When “Son” is capitalized, “Son of David” is mentioned 7 times in Matthew, the first book of the NT

(“Son of David” = 12 mentions total, pointing to the 12 tribes of Israel, which is interesting because ‘Son of David’ is strictly a Jewish title of Jesus)

Also in Matthew, the first book of the New Testament, “the Son of God” is mentioned 7 times.

The Father’s voice from heaven referred to Jesus as his ‘beloved Son’

Matthew 3:17 – And lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.

beloved Son” (capitalized ’S’) is mentioned 7 times in the KJB.

(1) Matthew 3:17
(2) Matthew 17:5
(3) Mark 1:11
(4) Mark 9:7
(5) Luke 3:22
(6) Luke 9:35
(7) 2 Peter 1:17

You’ve heard it countless times: God is love.

Love” (capitalized ‘L’) is mentioned 7 times in the KJB

(1) Deuteronomy 10:19
(2) Proverbs 20:13
(3) Matthew 5:44
(4) Luke 6:27
(5) Romans 13:10
(6) 1 Peter 2:17
(7) 1 John 2:15

“his love” is mentioned 7 times.

The first mention is in Deuteronomy 7:7

The 777,777th word of the King James Bible is “love” in 2 John 1:6

2 John 1:6 And this is love, that we walk after his commandments. This is the commandment, That, as ye have heard from the beginning, ye should walk in it.

“love” and “Christ” combined show up in 777 verses

Christ = 77 (English Ordinal A=1… Z=26)
C = 3
H = 8
R = 18
I = 9
S = 19
T = 20

3 + 8 + 18 + 9 + 19 + 20 = 77

The 77th mention of ‘Jesus‘ and the 77th mention of ‘Christ‘ are both revelations of who Jesus Christ is.

The 77th mention of ‘Jesus’ immediately proceeds the moment in scripture where Jesus is revealed by the Father as the Christ, the Son of the Living God in Matthew 16:16 (which is the first mention of “the Christ” and 7th mention of “Christ“)

In fact, there are 7 words between the 7th mention of “Christ” and the 77th mention of “Jesus

Interestingly, it is specifically directed to Peter. Christ then tells Peter he will be the foundation of the church. Peter in the book of Acts is clearly distinguished as the leader of the 12 disciples after Jesus ascends into heaven. The interesting thing about the 77th mention of Jesus being related to this specific passage is that Jesus is being revealed to Peter as the Messiah of the Jews. The 77th mention of ‘Christ’ relates to Jesus being revealed to Peter as the Lord of all. Jew and Gentile.

The 77th mention of ‘Christ‘ is the pivotal moment in history/scriptures when Peter presents the gospel of Jesus Christ directly to Gentiles (after he received the vision of a sheet with animals). It is by proceeded by the only mention of the phrase in the Bible of: “he is Lord of all”

This is where it is revealed to Peter that Jesus is not the Saviour of the Jews only, but Saviour of ALL- both Jew and Gentile.

The 77th mention of ‘Jesus‘ is the revelation to Peter that Jesus is the Christ. The Messiah of the Jews.

The 77th mention of ‘Christ‘ is the revelation to Peter that Jesus is Lord of all. The Saviour of all mankind.

Remember, Jesus is the 77th from God! This is not just a mere coincidence!

In fact, the 77th mention of ‘Jesus Christ‘ declares that Paul received the gospel BY THE REVELATION of JESUS CHRIST.

What is a revelation you ask? If you take the sum of all digits from 1 to 77, you get 3003

1 + 2 + 3 + … + 75 + 76 + 77 = 3003

This is also known as T77

The T77th verse of the New Testament (verse #3003) is John 3:27, which literally declares what true revelation is!

John 3:27 – John answered and said, A man can receive nothing, except it be given him from heaven.

And I don’t know what to make out of this yet (other than there are lots of 7’s)… but “the revelation of the mystery” in Romans 16:25 begins on the #727777 word of the Bible!

The word ‘seven‘ is mentioned in 77 verses in both Genesis & Revelation, the first & last books of the Bible.

God‘ + ‘Jesus‘ = 7*7*7 mentions in Genesis + Revelation

Jesus Christ‘ is mentioned 7 times in the book of Revelation

Jesus‘ alone is mentioned 7+7 times in the book of Revelation

The first mention of ‘Jesus’ is the 7th word from the beginning of the New Testament

The last mention of ‘Jesus’ is the 7th word from the end of the New Testament

 

Beginning of New Testament (Matthew 1:1)

1. The
2. book
3. of
4. the
5. generation
6. of
7. Jesus

 

End of New Testament (Revelation 22:21)

7. Jesus
6. Christ
5. be
4. with
3. you
2. all.
1. Amen.

 

7 is the number of Completion or Conclusion.

Take a long ponder over the verse where we find the 777th mention of the name of Jesus.

Galatians 3:22 – But the scripture hath concluded all under sin, that the promise by faith of Jesus Christ might be given to them that believe.

There are different ways to get a count for “Jesus”

Every time the name of Jesus occurs:

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

Interestingly, in Nehemiah 7:39 – the name “Jeshua” (which is Hebrew for Jesus) occurs in the text along with the number 973.

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

Jedaiah means “JEHOVAH KNOWS”

This only brings one thought to my mind every time I see it: GOD KNOWS how many times Jesus’ name will appear in the completed Isaiah 34:16 Bible.

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

Above we looked at the 777th mention of the name of Jesus (973-count)… but now you wonder, what is the 777th mention of Jesus, when using the 980-count?

The answer: in a verse with THE GODHEAD listed out: 2 Corinthians 13:14 – The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Ghost, be with you all. Amen.

God the Father / Jesus Christ / The Holy Ghost

But here is just another HARD PROOF that GOD has SEVENED the King James Bible:

The exact same verse contains the 77th mention of “Holy Ghost” – which means… the 777th mention of Jesus and the 77th mention of Holy Ghost occur in the exact same verse!!!

‘Godhead’ is only mentioned in 3 verses

Acts 17:29 = 31 words
Romans 1:20 = 35 words
Colossians 2:9 = 11 words

31 + 35 + 11 = 77 total words in all verses mentioning ‘Godhead’

“Jesus Christ” (singular- not including possessive Jesus Christ’s) is mentioned 7×7 times

“son of man” (Christ’s favorite / most used title for Himself) is mentioned 7×7 times

4×7×7 = 196

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

There is an overwhelming amount of keywords (e.g. cross, faith, grace, name, Lord etc) that occur in exactly 7 verses (or multiples of 7 verses) when combined with the name of Jesus. Some of them are detailed here below:

7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “cross

(1) Matthew 16:24
(2) Mark 10:21
(3) Luke 23:26
(4) John 19:19
(5) John 19:25
(6) Galatians 6:14
(7) Hebrews 12:2

7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “the blood

(1) Ephesians 2:13
(2) Hebrews 10:19
(3) Hebrews 12:24
(4) Hebrews 13:20
(5) 1 Peter 1:2
(6) 1 John 1:7
(7) Revelation 17:6

7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “heart” (singular) 

(1) Matthew 22:37
(2) Mark 8:17
(3) Mark 10:5
(4) Luke 9:47
(5) Acts 8:37
(6) Acts 21:13
(7) Romans 10:9 

7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “hearts” (plural)

(1) Matthew 9:4
(2) Mark 2:8
(3) Luke 5:22
(4) Romans 16:18
(5) 2 Corinthians 4:6
(6) Philippians 4:7
(7) 1 Thessalonians 3:13

7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “for ever

(1) Mark 11:14
(2) Romans 16:27
(3) Hebrews 6:20
(4) Hebrews 13:8
(5) Hebrews 13:21
(6) 1 Peter 4:11
(7) 2 Peter 3:18

7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “wisdom / understanding

(1) Matthew 15:16
(2) Luke 2:52
(3) 1 Corinthians 1:30
(4) Ephesians 1:17
(5) Philippians 4:7
(6) Colossians 1:28
(7) 1 John 5:20 

7+7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “word

(1) Matthew 26:75
(2) Mark 5:36
(3) Mark 14:72
(4) Luke 4:4
(5) Luke 24:19
(6) John 2:22
(7) John 4:50

(1) John 8:31
(2) Acts 10:36
(3) Acts 19:10
(4) Colossians 3:17
(5) Revelation 1:2
(6) Revelation 1:9
(7) Revelation 20:4

7+7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “believed

(1) Matthew 8:13
(2) John 2:11
(3) John 2:22
(4) John 4:50
(5) John 4:53
(6) John 6:64
(7) John 8:31

(1) John 10:25
(2) John 11:45
(3) John 12:11
(4) John 20:29
(5) Acts 8:12
(6) Acts 11:17
(7) Galatians 2:16

7+7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “sin

(1) John 1:29
(2) John 5:14
(3) John 8:11
(4) John 8:34
(5) John 9:41
(6) John 19:11
(7) Romans 5:21 

(1) Romans 6:11
(2) Romans 6:23
(3) Romans 7:25
(4) Romans 8:2
(5) Galatians 3:22
(6) 1 John 1:7
(7) 1 John 2:1

7+7+7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “life

(1) Luke 6:9
(2) John 6:35
(3) John 6:53
(4) John 8:12
(5) John 11:25
(6) John 13:38
(7) John 14:6

(1) John 17:3
(2) John 20:31
(3) Acts 20:24
(4) Romans 5:17
(5) Romans 5:21
(6) Romans 6:23
(7) Romans 8:2

(1) 2 Corinthians 4:10
(2) 2 Corinthians 4:11
(3) 1 Timothy 1:16
(4) 2 Timothy 1:1
(5) 2 Timothy 1:10
(6) 1 John 5:20
(7) Jude 1:21

7+7+7+7 verses contain “Jesus” + “the father

(1) John 4:21
(2) John 4:53
(3) John 5:19
(4) John 13:1
(5) John 13:3
(6) John 14:6
(7) John 14:9 

(1) Romans 15:6
(2) 1 Corinthians 8:6
(3) 2 Corinthians 1:3
(4) Galatians 1:1
(5) Galatians 1:3
(6) Ephesians 1:17
(7) Ephesians 3:14 

(1) Ephesians 5:20
(2) Ephesians 6:23
(3) Philippians 2:11
(4) Colossians 1:3
(5) Colossians 3:17
(6) 1 Thessalonians 1:1
(7) 2 Timothy 1:2 

(1) Titus 1:4
(2) 1 Peter 1:2
(3) 1 John 1:3
(4) 1 John 2:1
(5) 1 John 2:22
(6) 2 John 1:3
(7) Jude 1:1

7+7+7+7+7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “name

What’s also interesting, is that within these verses are 74 combined mentions of “Jesus” and “name”

“Jesus” = 74 in English Ordinal (A=1, B=2, C=3… Z=26)

Some more interesting English Ordinal notes:

“Joshua” = 74 (Hebrew name for Jesus)
“Messiah” = 74
“The King” = 74
“Gospel” = 74

“Christ” = 77 (which is the 7th word of the last verse of the Bible!)

“Lord” = 7×7

(1) Matthew 1:21
(2) Matthew 1:25
(3) Mark 9:39
(4) Luke 1:31
(5) Luke 2:21
(6) Luke 8:30
(7) John 10:25 

(1) John 20:31
(2) Acts 2:38
(3) Acts 3:6
(4) Acts 4:10
(5) Acts 4:18
(6) Acts 4:30
(7) Acts 5:40 

(1) Acts 8:12
(2) Acts 8:16
(3) Acts 9:27
(4) Acts 9:29
(5) Acts 15:26
(6) Acts 16:18
(7) Acts 19:5 

(1) Acts 19:13
(2) Acts 19:17
(3) Acts 21:13
(4) Acts 26:9
(5) 1 Corinthians 1:2
(6) 1 Corinthians 1:10
(7) 1 Corinthians 5:4 

(1) 1 Corinthians 6:11
(2) Ephesians 5:20
(3) Philippians 2:10
(4) Colossians 3:17
(5) 2 Thessalonians 1:12
(6) 2 Thessalonians 3:6
(7) 1 John 3:23

7+7+7+7+7+7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “faith

(1) Matthew 8:10
(2) Matthew 9:2
(3) Matthew 9:22
(4) Matthew 14:31
(5) Matthew 15:28
(6) Matthew 16:8
(7) Matthew 17:20 

(1) Matthew 21:21
(2) Mark 2:5
(3) Mark 10:52
(4) Mark 11:22
(5) Luke 7:9
(6) Luke 18:42
(7) Acts 20:21 

(1) Romans 1:8
(2) Romans 3:22
(3) Romans 5:1
(4) 2 Corinthians 13:5
(5) Galatians 2:16
(6) Galatians 3:14
(7) Galatians 3:22 

(1) Galatians 3:26
(2) Galatians 5:6
(3) Ephesians 1:15
(4) Ephesians 6:23
(5) Colossians 1:4
(6) 1 Thessalonians 1:3
(7) 1 Timothy 1:2 

(1) 1 Timothy 1:14
(2) 1 Timothy 3:13
(3) 1 Timothy 4:6
(4) 2 Timothy 1:13
(5) 2 Timothy 3:15
(6) Titus 1:1
(7) Titus 1:4 

(1) Philemon 1:5
(2) Philemon 1:6
(3) Hebrews 12:2
(4) James 2:1
(5) 1 Peter 1:7
(6) 2 Peter 1:1
(7) Revelation 14:12

7×7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “grace

(1) John 1:17
(2) Acts 4:33
(3) Acts 15:11
(4) Acts 20:24
(5) Romans 1:7
(6) Romans 3:24
(7) Romans 5:15 

(1) Romans 5:17
(2) Romans 5:21
(3) Romans 16:20
(4) Romans 16:24
(5) 1 Corinthians 1:3
(6) 1 Corinthians 1:4
(7) 1 Corinthians 16:23

(1) 2 Corinthians 1:2
(2) 2 Corinthians 8:9
(3) 2 Corinthians 13:14
(4) Galatians 1:3
(5) Galatians 6:18
(6) Ephesians 1:2
(7) Ephesians 2:7 

(1) Ephesians 6:24
(2) Philippians 1:2
(3) Philippians 4:23
(4) Colossians 1:2
(5) 1 Thessalonians 1:1
(6) 1 Thessalonians 5:28
(7) 2 Thessalonians 1:2 

(1) 2 Thessalonians 1:12
(2) 2 Thessalonians 2:16
(3) 2 Thessalonians 3:18
(4) 1 Timothy 1:2
(5) 1 Timothy 1:14
(6) 2 Timothy 1:2
(7) 2 Timothy 1:9 

(1) 2 Timothy 2:1
(2) 2 Timothy 4:22
(3) Titus 1:4
(4) Philemon 1:3
(5) Philemon 1:25
(6) Hebrews 2:9
(7) 1 Peter 1:2 

(1) 1 Peter 1:13
(2) 1 Peter 5:10
(3) 2 Peter 1:2
(4) 2 Peter 3:18
(5) 2 John 1:3
(6) Jude 1:4
(7) Revelation 22:21 

7+7+7+7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “the Son” (capitalized “S”)

(1) Matthew 8:20
(2) Matthew 16:13
(3) Matthew 17:9
(4) Matthew 19:28
(5) Matthew 26:63
(6) Matthew 26:64
(7) Matthew 27:54 

(1) Mark 1:1
(2) Mark 12:35
(3) Mark 14:62
(4) Luke 9:58
(5) Luke 22:48
(6) John 5:19
(7) John 6:53 

(1) John 8:28
(2) John 9:35
(3) John 11:4
(4) John 12:23
(5) John 13:31
(6) John 20:31
(7) Acts 8:37 

(1) 2 Corinthians 1:19
(2) Hebrews 4:14
(3) 1 John 2:22
(4) 1 John 4:15
(5) 1 John 5:5
(6) 1 John 5:20
(7) 2 John 1:3

7+7+7+7+7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “the Son” (uppercase or lowercase ‘S’)

(1) Matthew 1:1
(2) Matthew 8:20
(3) Matthew 16:13
(4) Matthew 17:9
(5) Matthew 17:22
(6) Matthew 19:28
(7) Matthew 26:63

(1) Matthew 26:64
(2) Matthew 27:54
(3) Mark 1:1
(4) Mark 12:35
(5) Mark 14:62
(6) Luke 3:23
(7) Luke 9:58

(1) Luke 22:48
(2) John 1:42
(3) John 1:45
(4) John 5:19
(5) John 6:42
(6) John 6:53
(7) John 8:28 

(1) John 9:35
(2) John 11:4
(3) John 12:23
(4) John 13:26
(5) John 13:31
(6) John 20:31
(7) Acts 8:37 

(1) 2 Corinthians 1:19
(2) Hebrews 4:14
(3) 1 John 2:22
(4) 1 John 4:15
(5) 1 John 5:5
(6) 1 John 5:20
(7) 2 John 1:3

7+7+7+7+7+7+7+7+7+7 verses contain both “Jesus” + “Son

(1) Matthew 1:1
(2) Matthew 1:21
(3) Matthew 1:25
(4) Matthew 8:20
(5) Matthew 8:29
(6) Matthew 9:2
(7) Matthew 9:27 

(1) Matthew 16:13
(2) Matthew 17:9
(3) Matthew 17:22
(4) Matthew 19:28
(5) Matthew 20:30
(6) Matthew 26:63
(7) Matthew 26:64 

(1) Matthew 27:54
(2) Mark 1:1
(3) Mark 2:5
(4) Mark 5:7
(5) Mark 10:47
(6) Mark 12:35
(7) Mark 14:62 

(1) Luke 1:31
(2) Luke 3:23
(3) Luke 8:28
(4) Luke 9:41
(5) Luke 9:58
(6) Luke 18:38
(7) Luke 19:9

(1) Luke 22:48
(2) John 1:42
(3) John 1:45
(4) John 4:46
(5) John 4:47
(6) John 4:50
(7) John 4:53 

(1) John 5:19
(2) John 6:42
(3) John 6:53
(4) John 8:28
(5) John 9:35
(6) John 11:4
(7) John 12:23 

(1) John 13:26
(2) John 13:31
(3) John 17:1
(4) John 19:26
(5) John 20:31
(6) John 21:15
(7) John 21:17 

(1) Acts 3:13
(2) Acts 3:26
(3) Acts 8:37
(4) Acts 13:33
(5) Romans 1:3
(6) 1 Corinthians 1:9
(7) 2 Corinthians 1:19 

(1) 1 Thessalonians 1:10
(2) 1 Timothy 1:2
(3) 2 Timothy 1:2
(4) 2 Timothy 2:1
(5) Titus 1:4
(6) Hebrews 4:14
(7) 1 John 1:3 

(1) 1 John 1:7
(2) 1 John 2:22
(3) 1 John 3:23
(4) 1 John 4:15
(5) 1 John 5:5
(6) 1 John 5:20
(7) 2 John 1:3

77 verses contain both “Jesus” + “the Lord

(1) Matthew 4:7
(2) Matthew 4:10
(3) Matthew 22:37
(4) Mark 5:19
(5) Mark 12:29
(6) Luke 4:8
(7) Luke 4:12 

(1) Luke 24:3
(2) John 4:1
(3) John 20:2
(4) John 21:7
(5) John 21:12
(6) Acts 1:21
(7) Acts 4:33 

(1) Acts 8:16
(2) Acts 9:5
(3) Acts 9:17
(4) Acts 9:27
(5) Acts 9:29
(6) Acts 11:17
(7) Acts 11:20 

(1) Acts 15:11
(2) Acts 16:31
(3) Acts 19:5
(4) Acts 19:10
(5) Acts 19:13
(6) Acts 19:17
(7) Acts 20:24 

(1) Acts 20:35
(2) Acts 21:13
(3) Acts 28:31
(4) Romans 1:7
(5) Romans 10:9
(6) Romans 13:14
(7) Romans 14:14 

(1) Romans 15:30
(2) 1 Corinthians 1:3
(3) 1 Corinthians 5:5
(4) 1 Corinthians 6:11
(5) 1 Corinthians 9:1
(6) 1 Corinthians 11:23
(7) 1 Corinthians 12:3 

(1) 1 Corinthians 16:22
(2) 2 Corinthians 1:2
(3) 2 Corinthians 1:14
(4) 2 Corinthians 4:5
(5) 2 Corinthians 4:10
(6) 2 Corinthians 4:14
(7) 2 Corinthians 13:14 

(1) Galatians 6:17
(2) Ephesians 1:2
(3) Ephesians 1:15
(4) Ephesians 6:23
(5) Philippians 1:2
(6) Philippians 2:19
(7) Philippians 3:20 

(1) Colossians 1:2
(2) Colossians 2:6
(3) Colossians 3:17
(4) 1 Thessalonians 1:1
(5) 1 Thessalonians 2:15
(6) 1 Thessalonians 4:1
(7) 1 Thessalonians 4:2 

(1) 2 Thessalonians 1:1
(2) 2 Thessalonians 1:2
(3) 2 Thessalonians 1:7
(4) 2 Thessalonians 1:12
(5) 1 Timothy 5:21
(6) 2 Timothy 4:1
(7) 2 Timothy 4:22 

(1) Titus 1:4
(2) Philemon 1:3
(3) Philemon 1:5
(4) James 1:1
(5) James 2:1
(6) 2 Peter 2:20
(7) 2 John 1:3 

Just a side note on 163, which appears above as the total mentions of “Jesus” + “The Lord” (when they appear in the same verse) – I’m not very sure of what is going on with this number 163. But it comes up as a strong pattern in Genesis 1:1 in both Hebrew and English alphanumerics. See examples:

Son‘ + ‘God‘ (capitalized S & G) are mentioned together in the same verse 77 times of the New Testament

scriptures” = 7+7+7 mentions in the KJB

God” + “spirit” (only lowercase s) = 4777 mentions in the KJB

God” + “spirit” = 4949 = 7×707 mentions in the KJB

When Jesus makes the famous declaration: “God is a Spirit” – He says it in the 777th chapter where either ‘God’ or ‘Spirit’ is mentioned

Finally, the greatest discovery the Lord has ever led me to… and I don’t know if it’s possible for Him to reveal anything greater. (Although NOTHING is impossible with God if it’s in HIS WILL!)

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

God has literally SEVENED his name.

The 7×7 mention of “his name” is Deuteronomy 16:11

Where God has CHOSEN to PLACE HIS NAME. (Read the verse!)

And thou shalt rejoice before the LORD thy God, thou, and thy son, and thy daughter, and thy manservant, and thy maidservant, and the Levite that is within thy gates, and the stranger, and the fatherless, and the widow, that are among you, in the place which the LORD thy God hath chosen to place his name there. – Deut 16:11

If somebody asked you, “What is God’s number of completion?” – do you know what the answer is?

7

This is the Hebrew word for “seven”

שֶׁבַע – H7651

This is the Hebrew word for “swear / sworn”

שָׁבַע – H7650

When God swears by Himself, He SEVENS Himself.

The first time that God SEVENS Himself (swears by Himself) is Genesis 22:16-17
And said, By myself have I sworn [sevened], saith the LORD, for because thou hast done this thing, and hast not withheld thy son, thine only son: That in blessing I will bless thee, and in multiplying I will multiply thy seed as the stars of the heaven, and as the sand which is upon the sea shore…
 
Hebrews 6:13-14
For when God made promise to Abraham, because he could swear by no greater, he sware by himself, Saying, Surely blessing I will bless thee, and multiplying I will multiply thee.
 
Because God swore by Himself, this is a SEVENED promise from God to Abraham and his seed. (Swear/sworn/oath is literally the same word in Hebrew as ‘seven’)
 
Why is all of that significant?
 
Here’s why. Verse #777 in the Bible = Genesis 28:3
And God Almighty bless thee, and make thee fruitful, and multiply thee, that thou mayest be a multitude of people;
 
[[That is the SEVENED Abrahamic promise! Confirmed by the following verse – Gen 28:4]]
And that SEVENED promise turns out to be JESUS CHRIST (Gal 3:16) the 77th from God, appearing 77% of the way through the Bible, whose first title “the son of David” = 7x in the New Testament, who is the 7th word from the beginning and the 7th word from the ending of the New Testament, whose name Jesus+Christ = 777+777 mentions

Galatians 3:16
Now to Abraham and his seed were the promises made. He saith not, And to seeds, as of many; but as of one, And to thy seed, which is Christ.

Isaiah 45:23
I have sworn [sevened] by myself, the word is gone out of my mouth in righteousness, and shall not return, That unto me every knee shall bow, every tongue shall swear [seven].

Philippians 2:9-11
Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name: That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; And that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.

Do you need any more proof that God has SEVENED His own book?

We must face the overwhelming evidence: the most printed and influential book in world history, in the most widely spoken language of the world, is inspired by God.

The King James Bible contains zero errors.

Tried and proven.

It knows our thoughts as we read it. And it speaks to us when we believe it.

It is the final book prophesied in Isaiah 34:16. The book of the LORD, containing the pure and inspired words of GOD.

Blessings in Christ Jesus,
Brandon

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Extra Notes:

The FIRST WORD of the Bible is ‘In’

‘In’ (capital I) = 336  mentions

Not only does 336 have 7 as a factor, but it breaks down to:

336 = 7 × (24+24)

First mention of ‘LORD’ in the OT = Genesis 2:4
First mention of ‘LORD’ in the NT = Matthew 22:44

336 = (8+8)×(7+7+7)

First mention of ‘LORD’ (all caps ‘JEHOVAH’) in the OT = 88th word of Genesis 2
First mention of ‘LORD’ (all caps ‘JEHOVAH’) in the NT = 777th word of Matthew 22

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

We should expect to find simple connections directly tied to the LORD in significant places. The first word of the Bible is a pretty significant place to start!

336 is also mathematically sevened to the number 777 using the same (7+7+7) pattern:

336 + (7+7+7) × (7+7+7) = 777

The relationship between 7 and 119

119 = 7 × 7th Prime
(17 is the 7th Prime Number)

The 119th word of the King James Bible is the 7th word of the 7th verse: “divided”

Psalm 119 is the heart of God’s word. Not only is it the longest chapter of the Bible, it is entirely about the Bible.

“heart” is mentioned in 119 verses of Psalms

The 119th word of Psalm 119 = “heart”

The 119th letter of Psalm 119 = the letter “a” in the center of “heart”

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

The first word of Psalm 119 is “Blessed”
Exactly 119 verses mention “Blessed” (capital B), 77 verses in the OT, and 7×6 verses in the NT

The 777th verse of the Bible contains the 119th mention of “God”

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

119 is one of the greatest numbers in the Bible.

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

This phrase “the volume of the book” begins on the 390270th word of the King James Bible.
That’s mind boggling, because there are 39 books in the OT and 27 books in the NT of the Bible, which is THE VOLUME OF THE BOOK.

Do you believe God’s word is SEVENED?

Psalm 119:89 – For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven.

settled” = 7 mentions

the book of life” = 7 mentions and just “book of life” = 7 mentions in Revelation. The 7th mention of just “book of life” is the only time it is referred to as “the Lamb’s book of life

The relationship between 7 and 4

7 is the 4th Prime Number

4 is the middle number of 7.

The 4th candlestick is the center of the Menorah.

The 4th word, 444th word, and 4444th word of the Bible is “God”

The 4th gospel (John) is all about Christ’s deity.

The 4th book of the Bible is Numbers.

The first and last verses Genesis 1:1 and Revelation 22:21 both have 44 letters.

Psalm 44:4 has 44 letters, with the name “King” + “Jacob” in the verse (Jacob = James).

The 7th mention of ‘Jesus’ is in Matthew 3:13

(3+1+3) = 7

This is the first verse mentioning Jesus to produce a digit sum of 7.

It also contains the pattern of the menorah / Candlestick. 3-1-3

If you have seen “THY WORD BE VERIFIED” you will find it very noteworthy that Matthew 3:13 begins on the #1369 word of the New Testament. 1369 = 37×37

The verse with the 7th mention of Jesus begins on the 37×37th word of the New Testament.