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The number four, (4): "153 fish" (souls) = 444444444444. Add infinitum. AFTER His Resurrection, Yeshua told the disciples who were fishing to cast their net into the waters. When they did, they captured 153 fish and NONE WERE LOST ... the NET held together and KEPT them ALL, (they were ALL "KEEPERS"). Luke 21:24 / John 21:11.

This specific number was recorded and represents the totality of harvested souls, on into the millennium, which will conclude at the close of 7000 years since the Creation of Adam to date. Luke 21:24 / Romans 11:25.

I am convinced, that among other possible explanations why 153 fish were caught and retained in this account of Luke, THE PRIMARY MESSAGE HERE IS RELATED TO the CONCLUSION of the HARVEST of SOULS and the END of THIS AGE.

A 7,000-year timeline of human history with each 1,000 years tied to a day of creation is universally accepted by most Christian dispensationalists.

The 7000-year age of man is a conclusion based on history and typology reaching a general idea rather than an exact method of "dating". You may not know the day or hour of the Lordís return but according to the Word of YHWH, you had better know the SEASON.

Today, 2023 Gregorian, 5784, Hebrew calendar or 5768 Jewish Calendar, many scholars believe about 200 years were lost in diaspora during various judgments since Adam.

This calculation is based on year 6800AD, well into the final millennium, as the inclusion of "souls" continues on into the SEVENTH millennium and until this earth is replaced with a new earth. Revelation 21:1.

6800 yrs. divided by 153 ďfishĒ, (souls) = 444444444444. Add infinitum. Thats, 44billion, 444million, 444thousand, 4hundred and 44, based on an adjusted 7,000-year timeline within a defined perimeter of the number 4, a number that literally means "conclusion". Perhaps the specific number of ďfishesĒ retained that day identifies the "fullness of time", the (CONCLUSION) and the "COMPLETION" of the entire Body of Christ, Ephesians 1:10.

Considering the total number of human beings to have lived since Adam, both pre and post flood populations, it is unknown by man, what percentage of the SAVED human population is or will be represented in Heaven, as catastrophes, pandemics, floods etc. have affected the world population since the beginning.

The Meaning of The Number 4: (the CONCLUSION of CREATION).

The number 4 derives its Bible meaning from creation. On the fourth day of what is called 'creation week' God completed the material universe.

On this day he brought into existence our sun, the moon, and all the stars (Genesis 1:14 - 19). Their purpose was not only to give off light, but also to divide the day from the night on earth, thus becoming a basic demarcation of time. They were also made to be a type of signal that would mark off the days, years and seasons (of which there are 4).

The number 4 derives its Bible meaning from creation. On the fourth day of what is called 'creation week' God completed the material universe. On this day he brought into existence our sun, the moon, and all the stars (Genesis 1:14 - 19). Their purpose was not only to give off light, but also to divide the day from the night on earth, thus becoming a basic demarcation of time. They were also made to be a type of signal that would mark off the days, years and seasons (of which there are 4).

Some words that calculate to 444 USING THE ENGLISH ALPHABET AT 6 LETTER INTERVALS, I.E.

A=06 B=12 C=18 D=24 E=30 F=36 G=42 H=48 I=54 J=60 K=66 L=72 M=78 N=84 O=90 P=96 Q=102 R=108 S=114 T=120 U=126 V=132 W=138 X=144 Y=150 Z=156
 
Jesus=444
Yshua=444
Messiah=444
Cross=444
Gospel=444
Jewish=444
Joshua=444
Obedient=444
Increase=444
Forgave=444
English=444
Gematria=444
Church age=444

What Is God's Plan?

Interestingly, the Hebrew word for 'seasons' (of which there are 4) in Genesis 1:14 is moed (Strong's Concordance #H4150), which literally translated is "appointed times" (divine appointments) in reference to God's festivals. This is the earliest known allusion to what would later be called the Holy (or Feast) days (periods) of worship.

The fourth Commandment God gave to Israel commands we remember and keep God's holy Sabbath day (Exodus 20:9 - 11). The Sabbath day is tied directly to the creation week. God himself made the period between Friday sunset and Saturday sunset extra special when he rested on it after bringing everything into existence the previous six days (Genesis 2:1 - 3, Exodus 20:11).

The 7th millennium BC/AD, all dates mentioned are estimates mostly based on biblical, geological and anthropological analysis. The idea of a 7000-year history corresponding to the seven days of the creation week is found in the Epistle of Barnabas, written in the early- to mid-second century AD.

In chapter 15, the author reinterprets the first six days of Genesis 1 as an allegory for six-thousand years of history (with the author believing he was living near the end of that sixth millennium).

Listen, children, what this means: "He finished in six days." He means this, that in six-thousand years the Lord shall finish all things. For a day with him is like a thousand years, and he testifies to this, saying: "Behold, the day of the Lord shall be as a thousand years." Therefore, children, in six days, that is in six thousand years, everything shall come to an end. He then anticipates these six 'days' to be followed by a seventh 'day' Sabbath rest, i.e. a thousand years of rest brought on by the second coming of Jesus:

"And he rested on the seventh day." By this he means, when his son comes, and abolishes the time of the lawless one, and judges the ungodly, and changes the sun and the moon and the stars, then shall he truly rest on the seventh day.

40 In the Bible: Symbolism, Meaning, And More:

Jesus stayed on earth for 40 days after His resurrection

God is a God of order. This means He is meticulous and has calculated every aspect of the universe before the beginning of time. Without a way to measure, it is hard to explain order.

Order is often expressed numerically, and the Bible is full of numbers. We find the first measure in the Bible in Gen 1:5, where God indicates the end of the first day.

The Bible measures many times and seasons, days, weeks, months, and years. Distances are also measured, and we find patterns as we search out the meaning of all these numbers. These numerical patterns provide a clue as to the meaning of these numbers and another layer of meaning in Godís Word. He tells us:

it is the glory of God to conceal a matter and the glory of kings to search them out. -Prov 25:2

We should then pay attention to these numbers and find their deeper meanings. With a little searching, we even see in the book of Daniel that Jesus is referred to as the Palmonee (sometimes translated as Palmoni) or the Wonderful Numberer. You can read more about this in my article, Insight into the Biblical Meaning of Numbers. With this in mind, letís dive into the number 40 in the Bible.

Godís Word has so many facets, and to get the full meaning of a word, one often has the scratch deeper. Looking at the Hebrew and Greek meanings of words, we often better understand what a word means.

In this instance, both the Hebrew and the Greek words simply state the numbers, so they do not offer further insight into the meaning.

40 Can Indicate A Generation In Godís Word:

The context of the number 40 in the Bible gives us clues regarding the meaning. The number 40 is deemed a generation in the Bible. It does not refer to how long a person lives but indicates a time period after which changes are made.

We can see this principle when many kings ruled for 40 years. Among these kings were Saul, David, Solomon, and Rehoboam.

We also know that God punished the unbelieving generation of Israelites in the wilderness. We see the difference between age and generation here. God instructs that everyone over the age of 20 will not enter Canaan.

God makes that generation wander in the wilderness for 40 years as punishment, yet continues to show them His wonders daily. Their sin was a matter of the heart, but God continued to show them His heart.

The Meaning Of Mem And The Number 40:

Another way to understand the meaning of 40 is to look at the Hebrew alphabet, which derives from pictograms. Each letter has a symbol and a numeric value. Pretty neat, huh?

In Hebrew, the letter M is known as Mem and carries the numeric value of 40. The original pictogram for Mem was a zig-zag pattern that depicts water or chaos. While the symbol has changed, the meaning remains the same today.

In the Bible, we read about the sea often. Many times, amid situations that cause fear or seem chaotic. We think about Jonah and the storm that saw him land in the belly of the fish. We read about the disciples caught out at sea in a boat in the midst of a storm. These encounters with water give us an understanding of the symbol of the letter Mem.

While turmoil was associated with the testing mentioned above, we again see the Grace of God and how his hand in the situation brought calm.

After all, Jesus is the Living Water, so 40 and Mem may mean water and chaos, but never forget Godís hand in each situation!

Is 40 Significant In the Bible?

We see 40 associated with change. Sometimes the change is swift, sometimes unpleasant and other times, the change takes years. Perhaps the speed with which the change happens for us to come in line with Godís plan depends on our obedience. Here are a few significant events associated with the number 40.

Table of Contents:

∑ The Symbolic Meaning Of The Number 40 In The Bible

∑ The Meaning Of The Number 40 In the Bible

∑ 40 Can Indicate A Generation In God's Word

∑ The Meaning Of Mem And The Number 40

∑ Is 40 Significant In the Bible?

∑ David and Goliath

∑ Elijah and Jezebel

∑ Does The Number 40 Impact Us As Believers Today?

∑ Numbers in the Bible

The Symbolic Meaning Of The Number 40 In The Bible:

I love seeking out symbolic meaning in things in the Bible, and I have been on this adventure to look at the numbers of the Bible. The number 40 symbolizes the period of preparing for something new and fundamentally different.

It is also seen as a period of testing a man's heart. From what I can find in scripture, it symbolizes testing, but never unduly. There is always an end to the test, and God is always in the midst of the test.

Take as an example of this principle how Moses was educated in the pharaohís household for 40 years. He then had to learn a fundamentally different lifestyle in Median and encounter God to prepare him for the next 40 years. The last 40 years of his life required preparation from the previous two preparation periods.

The Israelites needed to spend 40 years in the wilderness due to the unbelief in their hearts. The spies had 40 days to see the wonders of the promised land, but only two men believed in Godís promises. As a result, the entire generation was to wander in the wilderness for 40 years.

Despite this testing, God provided for them faithfully. They always had protection, food, and supernatural longevity of all their provisions.

Another example is the warning to Nineveh. God sent Jonah to the city to warn the people that they would be punished if they continued to sin. Based on this warning, the king declared a fast and a time of repentance.

The Ninevites had 40 days to correct their actions. (Jonah 3:4) God searched their hearts and found them repentant. There was a drastic change in the city in those 40 days.

David and Goliath:

Goliath challenged Saulís army morning and evening for 40 days. Saul and each one of his soldiers had 40 days to choose if they would accept the challenge or allow the insults toward God to continue.

David believed that God would give him victory over the giant. The change came swiftly when David chose to believe Godís promise of faithfulness.

Elijah and Jezebel:

Elijahís faith wavered after threats from Jezebel. He went on the run, and fled to mount Horeb, also called the mountain of Elohim, to hear from God. He was fed by an angel and walked 40 days and 40 nights without further sustenance.

After these 40 days, he heard from God and returned to face off with the Baal priests and bring swift change to the situation in the land.

Does The Number 40 Impact Us As Believers Today?

In the gospels, we learn that Jesus was filled with the Holy Spirit after His baptism and immediately separated Himself in the wilderness. This Shows His immediate obedience and the need for fasting and prayer in our lives. Jesus fasted from food and water for 40 days and nights. When He was tempted by the devil afterward, Jesus overcame the devil.

Likewise, today we will face temptations and difficulties. The Holy Spirit may call us to prepare for 40 days before a challenging time. We may even be tempted for 40 days or go through a trial for 40 days as Jesus did. (Luke 4:2) Jesus left so He could leave the Gift of the Holy Spirit for us as a helper through such times. Jesus set an example for us so that we could know how to overcome our challenges.

The number 40 was also used prophetically in Godís Word, so we must believe it holds a message for us today. If we look at the example of Nineveh, they were given a warning with a 40-day testing period attached. We saw Godís Grace in holding back punishment on the city because of repentance.

In Luke 11:30, Jesus says that as Jonah was a warning to Nineveh (for 40 days), so will Jesus be a warning to this generation. It is stated in the present tense, and the word generation reminds us again of the number 40.

This tells us that it is a warning to every generation, even ours today, to turn from wickedness and live a life of repentance.

No matter if the sin in our life is evident to others or if it is a sin of doubt, fear, and unbelief, if we turn to Him in repentance, He can Supernaturally sustain us and is faithful to care for us. Jesus came to warn us and show us He is the

One who can calm the chaos of the waters and our circumstances. How long before we see the change in our situation usually depends on how long we take to trust that He is faithful.


Secular Estimated number of people ever born 117,020,448,575 / Population Est today 804,000,000.
               


















































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153 FISH - the TOTALITY of "SAVED SOULS" since creation through the SEVENTH MILLENNIUM, a 7,000-year timeline defined by the number "4", caluclated to 44444444,, which literally means the "conclusion"

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Using the following Alpha-Numeric formula" A=06 B=12 C=18 D=24 E=30 F=36 G=42 H=48 I=54 J=60 K=66 L=72 M=78 N=84 O=90 P=96 Q=102 R=108 S=114 T=120 U=126 V=132 W=138 X=144 Y=150 Z=156
Jesus=444 Yshua=444
Messiah=444
Cross=444
Gospel=444
Jewish=444
Joshua=444
Obedient=444
Increase=444
Forgave=444
English=444
Gematria=444
Church age=444
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A=06 B=12 C=18 D=24 E=30 F=36 G=42 H=48 I=54 J=60 K=66 L=72 M=78 N=84 O=90 P=96 Q=102 R=108 S=114 T=120 U=126 V=132 W=138 X=144 Y=150 Z=156

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AFTER His Resurrection, Yeshua told the disciples who were fishing to cast their net into the waters. When they did, they captured 153 fish and NONE WERE LOST ... the NET held together and KEPT them ALL, (they were ALL "KEEPERS"). Luke 21:24 / John 21:11.