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The true number of the Lord 
– and God

In the first part I spoke a little bit about King Solomon’s seals, But I also spoke about the number of 7 (seven), and I stated that even this in itself is very important and a most deep subject. Most people today, No matter what religion, refers to their ‘Lord’ as ‘God’ – NOT meaning that they are referring to the Christian God, it has jus beent used as a description as the ‘Most High of All’ .

Now I tell you what I was once told and what I have read ;
Count the numbers of the alphabets letters until you reach the letter G...

A  B  C   D  E  F   G
1   2  3   4   5   6   7

Then we have God’s making of the world, where he rested on the 7 (seventh) day.

Did you know that King David was the 7th son of Jesse/Joseph?

  1. God's making of the world
  2. King David 7th son of J.
  3. Number of 7 (seven).

The Israelites were told by G’d that 7 (seven) races would be displaced, when they entered the land of Osrael ; The Hittie, The Girgashite, the Amorite, the Canaanite, the Perizzite, the Hivite, and the Jebusite.

Even in astrology this number is very essitinial, just reffering to The number of stars in the constellation of Ursa major.

I could again go on with this, but I think you get the overall clue of how important this number might be in it self.  I will leave the impotency of numbers now, I again just  wanted to give you some infomation that link  together .

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Dios, Latin Jupiter (jovpater)


Fig 1. From http://www.beloit.edu/ 

Monotheism
Monotheistic faiths believe that there is and can only be one unique supreme being; polytheism means the belief in several coexisting deities.
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God can variously be defined as:

 

  • the proper name of the one Supreme and Infinite Personal Being, the Creator and Ruler of the universe, to whom man owes obedience and worship;
  • the common or generic name of the several supposed beings to whom, in polytheistic religions, Divine attributes are ascribed and Divine worship rendered;
  • the name sometimes applied to an idol as the image or dwelling-place of a god.
  1. Etymology of the Word "God" - by the Catholic Encyclopedia 
  2. God (word) - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  3. The Etymology of the Name of God - (Copyright ã 1997 Wade Cox) 
 
the number of seven
                http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/7_(number
 
number seven
 
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