“The Meanings of Other Numbers”


The Lord has revealed to me that there are several numbers that have significant meanings and
give a deeper understanding to the passage within that certain number.

Note: please know that that is only a small sampling of passages, have found many more and
will be adding these other chapters and verses as time progresses.

The Number One (1) represents: The One True God

The Number Two (2) represents: The Jew and the Gentile

Eph 2:15, Rev 11:3,

The Number Three (3) represents: The Trinity



The Number Four (4) represents: Trial, Inspection and examination

The meaning of the number “four” begins in Exodus chapter 12:3 & 6

12:3 Speak ye unto all the congregation of Israel, saying, 

In the tenth day of this month they shall take to them every man a lamb, according to the house of their fathers, a lamb for an house:

12:6 And ye shall keep it up until the fourteenth day of the same month: and the whole assembly of the congregation of Israel shall kill it in the evening.

In other words, The Passover lamb was to be brought into the Jewish household and observed, inspected and examined by the Jewish family from the Tenth day to the Fourteenth day for a total of “4” days.


There are four “4” attributes of God.
1. Mal:3:6A: For I am the LORD, I change not; (God does not change)

He is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow.
2. God is all Knowing
3. God is all powerful
4. God is everywhere

There are four “4” Gospels, again, trial, inspection and examination.
Jesus was being “inspected or examined” by the devil in Matthew Chapter “4”
Luke Chapter “4” Jesus is tempted, i.e. inspected or examined.
Exodus Chapter 14, states “4” times that the Israelites crossed the Red Sea on Dry Ground.

1. 4 trials/ inspections / examinations of Yeshua, (1)the Sanhedrin, (2)Pontius Pilate, (3)Herod and Pontius Pilate who (4)
 then brought Yeshua out before all the people.
2. Four days (from the tenth day to the fourteenth day the Passover, the lamb was living with the families of Israel. Ex 12
3. Four men who who inspected / examined Job, Eliphaz, Bildad, Tzofar, Job 2 and and Elihu in Chapter 32
4. Four Chapters that Elohim inspects and examines Job, Chapter 38-41
5. Peter and John are being examined by the Sanhedrin. Acts 4
6. Acts 12:4, Herod throws Peter in to jail, and he is guarded by 4 squads of 4 soldiers each to be placed on TRIAL
7. Lam 3:40 states, “Let us EXAMINE and TEST our ways. ALSO (this uses the number 40, see 40)
8. 2 nd Corinthians 1:4 states, the Lord encourages us in all our TRIALS.
9.. Gen 4:4, Elohim inspected or examined and received the sacrifice of Hevel (Abel) but did not accept Kayin (Cain’s).
10. in the book of Amos chapters 1 and 2, “the number 4” is used a total of 8 times and is used as an trial, inspection or examination of the Lord.

Also, There are a total of 4 men who come to Job and accuse him of sinning against God.
The first man begins his narration in the 4th chapter, the second man begins his in the 8th chapter.
At the very end of the book of Job, God speaks for the last 4 chapters.
In each of this instances, there is an examination or inspection occurring.

When Israel was taken in to captivity by Babylon, Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach and Nebednego were elevated.

This was God’s way of placing righteousness before the immoral culture of that civilization. The Lord was saying, look, inspect and examine those who are righteous, the very ones you brought forth to place in to authority, will not compromise themselves. At the scene of the King having Shadrach, Meshach and Nebednego in to the furnace and Daniel was not among them, Jesus appeared and walked among them in the midst of the furnace.


The Number Five (5) represents: Grace
1. Grace has Five letters

2. The book of Galatians, is Sha’ul (Paul’s) defense of “The Gospel of Grace.”
3. it is also the Fifth Book after the four gospels,
4. Chapter 5:4, Paul to the Galatians that they have attempted to be justified by the law, you have fallen from God’s Grace.
5. Genesis 5, Elohim’s Grace to Mankind. The Lord’s message to man found in the first ten names given to man.
6. Five loaves and the two fish to feed the multitudes. (5) Grace is given to Two (the Gentile and the Jew).

The Number Six (6) represents: Man or a completed work

The Number Seven (7) represents: Sabbath or Rest

The Number Eight (8) represents: New Beginnings

The Number Nine (9) represents: Blessings
1. Nine Fruits
2. Nine Gifts, 1st Cor 12:9, 1 Corinthians 12:9 To another faith by the same Spirit; to another the gifts of healing by the same Spirit;

3. A man is healed John 5:9
4. Heb Chapter 9


The Number Ten (10) represents: Test or testing
1. Isaiah 7:10-12, which states Adonai spoke again to Achaz; he said, ask Adonai your God to give you a sign, Ask it

anywhere, from the depths of Sh’ol to the heights above. But Achaz answered, “I wont’ ask, I won’t TEST Adonai.”
2. Hebrew Chapter 10, speaks of the Torah being a shadow (a type of test) of good things to come. this time of testing
is taken completed and the Messiah is the once and for all, the offering for sin.
3. Rev Chapter 2:10
4. Acts Chapter15:10
5. 1st Cor Chapter 10
6. Gen Chapter 24:10
7. Job Chapter 42:10
8. Luke Chapter 10:25
9. Mark Chapter 10:2
10. Heb Chapter 10
11.Job Chapter 23:10
12. Ex Chapter 10

Also in Genesis 42:8, Joseph who was sold in to slavery by his brothers had become the Prime Minister of Egypt.
Twenty years later because of Joseph’s dream, Egypt had for seven years stored up grain in anticipation of the famine promised by God. Joseph had overcome all the evil done to him by his brothers but now his brothers had heard of grain in Egypt had come to buy food. Although the brothers did not recognize Joseph, he recognized them.

This last test was the forgiveness and not retaliating against them for their sin. Notice that only “ten” of his brothers
came to him. Again, we see the number “ten” represents Test or testing. This was Joseph’s one last “Test” with regard to forgiveness.

There are numerous places where the number 10 be it in a verse, chapter or the number 10 being used will represent
the testing of someone.


The Number Eleven (11) represents: Incomplete or Transition,
The sun in our solar system operates on an 11 year cycle
1. Eph 4:11
2. Heb 10:11


The Number Thirteen (13) represents: “A more excellent way”
1. 1st Cor 12:31 states ” a more excellent way,” which then begins to describe in Chapter 13, “The Love Chapter.”

2. Ephesians 4:11-13 states, And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ:
Eph:4:13: Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ: Verse 13, Till we come into Unity, this is a more excellent way.

3. Philippians 3:13 Paul says, “Forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto
those things which are before, This passage could be viewed a s a Re-do. The passage is stating a truth
in the kingdom, stop, do not look back to what you have already lived, going forward live for me know.
This is a more excellent way!

Verse 13 “Unity” is more perfect way!
Unity is the intended end to the creation of the Five Fold ministry and the equipping of the Saints.

Also in the King James Version of the Bible, the word “Healing” is found 13 times, healing is a more excellent way.

The Number twenty-Two (22) represents “Great Emotion”
1. Psalm 122 “I was glad when they said unto me, let us go into the House of the Lord.”

2. Lamentations, Chapters 1 and 2 has 22 verses (Jeremiah is grieving for Israel)
    Chapter 3 has 66 verses (divisable by 3 = 22)
    More to come…

The Number Forty (40) represents: “Sacrifice”
1st Chronicles 16:40
To offer burnt offerings (Sacrifices) unto the LORD upon the altar of the burnt offering continually morning and evening, and to do according to all that is written in the law of the LORD, which he commanded Israel;

also, the number 4 (trial/inspection/examination times X 10 (test)
1. Luke 4, Yeshua is Tested for 40 days
2. Lam 3:40 states, “Let us EXAMINE and TEST our ways. (4 x 10 = 40) or trial/inspection/examine X TEST = 40)
3. The Hebrews because of unbelief and disobedience wandered for 40 years.


The Number Fifty (50) represents:
Jubilee, or coming out of slavery

The number “One hundred and eleven” (111) represents:
Jeremiah 1:11 “what do you see”
In the Old Testament, 111 is asking the question, What do we see with our eyes?

However in Hebrew 11:1,
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.
We now (because of our faith in Jesus) walk by faith and not by sight.

Also there is another meaning, the Hebrew word, Shaqed.
Meaning “God is faithful in watching over His Word to perform it.


The Number One Hundred and Twenty (120) represents:
Coming out of the age of the Flesh and the beginning of the Age of the Spirit.
1. The age was given to man as 120 years because of his sin.

2. There are 120 Jubilees in the 6,000 years of man’s history.
3. 120 priests with their shofars lead the procession of the Ark in to the Temple that Solomon built.
4. 120 members in the modern day Kinesset.
5. 120 in the Upper Room.

More to come..

A dear friend of mine had a dream.
Her dream: she awoke at 3:33, 4:44 and 5:55 for several mornings.
After approaching others and not getting the interpretation she shared the dream with me.

The Lord gave me the interpretation:
All of these numbers are divisible by 11, an incomplete number.

You see she had on occasion relayed to me and others that she wanted to go home to be with the Lord and the Lord was saying “not yet, you have not completed your life, the timing is incomplete.” She later remarked that she had prayed to the Lord and requested that she would complete all He had for her.

When I first interpreted this dream it was not obvious that the Lord also was trying to reveal something to me as well. Then as I began to study the Scriptures,

I found that the number does indeed show an incomplete work but the number
12 reveals the finished work or “The Government of God.”

First there are the more apparent proofs then there are many hidden examples embedded in the numbered verses and chapters, Only a Holy and Magnificent God could achieve these intricacies within His word, through centuries and many
different writers. Elohim (God) is faithful to “Watch over His Word to perform it.”

The more interesting examples are actually embedded within verses and chapters of 11 or 12

“5 Examples”

1st Example
Ephesians 4:11 = Verse 11 = Incomplete

And He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers,
These 5-Fold Ministries are in themselves incomplete or have no affect without the following:

Chapter 11 = Incomplete, Daniel Chapter 11, describes the “Antichrist and the Abomination of Desolation”

3rd Example
1st Corinthians Chapter 11 = Incomplete
This Chapter refers to Man and Woman and our duties, the smallest church
(where two or more are gathered)
The chapter goes on to explain “the Church” (the overall church) then describes the body (of Christ) coming together to become one with Jesus in taking the Lords supper, we become One in Him!

1st Corinthians Chapter 12 = The Completion
Chapter 12 explains the government, the foundation of the church operation concerning Spiritual Gifts and Offices within the Body of Christ!

4th Example
Isaiah 11, Chapter 11 = Incomplete is what is referred to as a “Messianic prophecy” meaning that the chapter is a prophecy pointing to our Messiah, Jesus! But this Chapter 11 is an incomplete chapter by itself. Please,

(I am not saying Jesus is incomplete)

Chapter 12= The completion When we read Isaiah Chapter 12,
1. “ O LORD, I will praise You;
Though You were angry with me,
Your anger is turned away, and You comfort me.
2. Behold, God is my salvation,
I will trust and not be afraid;

That “Salvation will come to the Jew.”
This is the intended end, this is The Completion!

5th Example
Rev Chapter 11, Chapter 11 = Incomplete
speaks of the blowing of the last trumpet as referred to in 1st Corinthians 15:51-52 and foretells of the Rapture. Revelation Chapter 11 states that the 24 elders say to the Lord, Your wrath has come and it is time to reward your servants the prophets and the saints.

Rev. Chapter 12 = The Completion (Note the Church is now out of the wrath of God) 1st Thess. 5:9 and Eph 5:6
Chapter 12 is all about Israel (Israel’s number), it begins with a brief history of the twelve stars (Israel) Israel is considered a woman in Jeremiah 6:2. All of Israel is compelled to sign a 7 year agreement with the man who is the Antichrist.


Steve Grable