If you remember numbers in a dream or vision, it can often add an important meaning. There are traditional definitions that may apply. They may also be a reference to a scripture. Meanings can be either positive or negative.

00 – Double or nothing; big fat zero;

1 – God, unity, New; beginning; unity; timing; position or order primacy; deity; sufficiency. (Deut. 6:4; John 17: 21; Matt. 6: 33; Ex. 20: 3; Rev. 1: 11, 17; 2: 8; Is. 44: 6; 45: 5-6). This number is symbolic of God, Deut. 6:4

  • 1 hour away = last hour before Jesus comes

2 – Faithful witnesses. Multiplication/Division, witness, confirmation, Witnessing; separation; discernment; wholeness in marriage; division; enmity; opposition; dividing light and darkness; relationship between God and man is closely tied to our relationship with man. (Gen. 1: 6-8, 27; 2: 24; 16: 21; Ex. 31: 18; Ecc. 4: 9-10; Matt. 19: 5-6; 22: 37-40; 1 Tim. 5: 19; John 8: 17; Rev. 11: 2-4). 2-symbolic of unity and Christian work, Lk.10:1-3

3 – Of the divine. perfect and complete in the spiritual sense. The number of the Trinity, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, (Matt. 28:19) Godhead (Triune God), it took 3 days for Jesus (temple) to be rebuilt and rise

  • Complete; perfection; witness; divine fullness; solid attributes; Godhead; conform; resurrection power over sin; divine fullness. (Romans 3: 9; 6: 9; 1 Sam. 3: 8; Jonah 1: 16-17; 20: 1-9; 1 John 5: 6-7; Col. 2: 9; Eph. 3: 19; 4: 13; John 1: 16)


4 – God’s creative works, seasons, corners of the earth, four winds, seasons of change and usually brings growth and increase depending on the season. Created order, or the earthly realm. (Gen. 2: 10; 41: 34; Rev. 5: 9; 7: 1, 9; 13: 7; Is. 58: 6-10; Ez. 42: 20; 46: 21; Lev. 11: 20-27; 27: 31; John 8: 34; 1 Cor. 15: 39)

  • 4th watch is 3 am to 6 am more miracles and warring in prayer are done during these times. World; earth; creation; creative work; four winds; four seasons; four corners of the earth; rule and reign over the earth; global implications such as east, west, north, south; territorial specific realm implications.

  • Completion; finished work; perfection; rest; perfection in the Spirit. (Gen. 2: 1-3; Lev. 14: 7; 16: 14, 19; Matt. 18: 21-22; Jude 14; Rev. 2: 1; 8: 2; 12: 3) The earth was created on the 4th day.

  • A symbol of the heavens, angels, or God’s created intelligences, Ezek. 1:5


5 – Grace and redemption, fivefold ministry, number of days, weeks, or years. God’s enabling grace and power. Have to complete an action while you have the grace of God on your life. Grace; atonement; fivefold ministry; service (five fingers on the hand); bondage; complete wellness. (Is. 1: 12-14; Matt. 25: 2; Eph. 4: 11; Mark 6: 38-40; Luke 9: 13-16; Gen. 1: 20-23) grace of our God found 25 times in the bible (5 x 5).

  • A symbol of fruitfulness and blessing, Gen. 1:20-23.

  • The Samaritan woman has 5 husbands John 4:18.

  • Paul received 39 lashes 5 times 2 Cor 11:24.

  • The Bethesda/sheep gate pool where Jesus heals a paralyzed man is surrounded by 5 covered colonnades John 5:1-2.

  • David chooses 5 stones to use against Goliath 1 Sam 17:40

  • When he and his men are hungry, David asks for 5 loaves of bread 1 Sam 21:1-3. .


6 – Man, actions of man, created on the 6th day. Man; beast; Satan; flesh; carnal; toil and strain of the flesh or natural realm; work; sorrow; secular completeness. (Rev. 13: 18; 1 Sam. 17: 4-7; Gen. 1: 26-31; 4: 17-18; 2 Peter 3: 8; 2 Sam. 21: 20; Num. 35: 15) The Israelites are to work for only 6 days of the week Ex 16:26. Joshua and his army march around Jericho once each day for 6 days Josh 6:2-3,14. The wall of the temple is 6 cubits thick Ezek 41:5. Isaiah has a vision of seraphim with 6 wings Isa 6:2. Jesus turns the water in 6 stone jars into wine John 2:6. Solomon’s throne has 6 steps 1 kings 10:19-20. Hebrew servants serve only 6 years Ex 21:2. The prince is instructed to bring 6 male lambs as a burnt offering on the Sabbath Ex 46:4. Jacob and Leah have 6 sons together Gen 30:20. Fields are worked for 6 years and then given rest Lev 25:3-4. Israelites are instructed to eat unleavened bread for 6 days after the Passover Deut 16:8.

  • The numerical value of the Hebrew word “Vav” - weakness of man; toil or labor Exodus 20:9. wrestling with the carnal and spiritual natures; incompleteness; serpent; physical world humanity; hour of darkness, Matt 27:45; pots of water turned to wine; support, assistance, balance, serenity, excellence, warmth, coming together, marriage, family, and love domestic happiness; physical, emotional and spiritual states are in harmony, a good work ethic Gen 1:26-31, 4:17-18; 2 Peter 3:8; 1 Samuel 17:4-7; 2 Samuel 21:20; Numbers 35:15


7 – Perfection/Completion. Fullness/holiness Sprinkling Blood 7 times = complete purification of sacrifice. Forgive 70 x 7 = completely and fully forgive. God rests from work on 7th day Gen 2:2. John writes his revelation to 7 churches Rev 1:4. It takes Solomon 7 years to build the temple 1 Kings 6:38. Debts are canceled every 7 years Deut. Moses appoints 70 elders who to up to Mt Sinai to worship God Ex 24:1,9. The following can all be found in John’s Revelation: 7 spirits, 7 golden lampstands, 7 stars, 7 lamps, 7 seals, 7 horns, 7 eyes, 7 angels, 7 trumpets, 7 thunders, 7 heads, 7 crowns, 7 plagues, 7 bowls, 7 hills, 7 kings, 7000 killed in a great earthquake. God blesses the 7th day and makes it holy Gen 2:3. The ark rests on Mt Ararat in the 7th month Gen 8:4. Elisha instructs the leper to wash in the Jordon 7 times to be healed 2 Kings. The blood from the sin offering is sprinkled 7 times in front of the curtain Lev 4. Jesus feeds the 4,000 with 7 loaves of bread and there are 7 baskets of leftovers Matt 15:26-377 eyes of God Zec 70 - Transference of God’s Spirit; multitude; increase; restoration. (Num. 11: 16-29; Gen. 4: 24; 11: 26; 46: 27; Ex. 1: 5-6; 15: 27; 24: 1-9; Luke 10: 1)

8 – New beginnings (Teacher) teaching you new things, you won’t get taught if you already know it. Circumcision of the flesh; liberty; salvation; new beginning; resurrection life; die to self. (Gen. 17: 12; 1 Peter 3: 20-21; 2 Chron. 29: 17; 2 Peter 1: 14)


9 – Judgment (Evangelist) If you don’t accept Jesus there is a judgment to be had, Holy Spirit, nine gifts of the Spirit = 3 are body, 3 are soul & 3 are spiritual.  Fruit-bearing: Nine fruits of the Spirit, same as nine gifts 3 each are body, soul & spirit. Fruit of the Spirit; gifts of the Spirit; finality; harvest; fullness of development. (Matt. 27: 45; Judges 4: 1-3; Gal. 5: 22-23; 1 Cor. 12: 4-11)  A birth, a woman delivers in the 9th month a fulfillment of promise; 9th hour of prayer (last hour of prayer, last minute timing) 9 also the number of remembrance Acts 3:3-6 this can symbolize ingratitude, Lk.17:17

10 – Ordinal (placed in your calling) perfection and completion. God gives Israelites 10 commandments Deut 4:13; 10:4: (obedience to the law) and responsibility, the completion of a cycle while establishing divine order in an area of your life. Trial and testing, Divine order out of wandering (there were 10 spies sent out), tithe. It represents fullness/divine/faithful. 10 commandments – 3 body issues, 3 soul issues, 3 spiritual issues and the key 1 – Love the Lord Your God.

  • Parable of the lost coin the woman has 10 coins Luke 15:8; The good and faithful servant has 10 bags of gold to give his master Matt 25:26.

  • Daniel asks to be given only vegetables and water for 10 days Dan 1:11-12.

  • The beast in Daniel’s and John’s visions has 10 horns Dan 7:7, Reve 13:1; 17:3,7.

  • Jesus heals 10 lepers Luke 17:17. Jesus shares the parable of 10 virgins Matt 25:1.

  • In the parable of the minas the nobleman gives 10 of his servants 10 minas each Luke 19:13. Haman’s 10 sons are impaled on poles Esther 9:13-14. 1/10th is set apart for God Gen 14:20; Deut 14:22; 26L12; Matt 23:23. Government; law (commandments); order; tithe; measure; trial; testing. (Lev. 27: 32; Ex. 34: 28; Rev. 2: 10; 12: 3; Matt. 25:1-13)

11 – Heroes, great faith. Transition (Prophet) from this time to next. You are here God wants to take you there.  The 11th son or 11th month was always a person or time of transition. Ex one prophet went from the time of David to the time of Solomon.   End; finish; final; incomplete; disorder; lawlessness. -symbolic of a prophetic anointing (Gen. 27: 9; 32: 33; Du. 11: 8; Ex. 26: 7; Matt. 20: 9-12)


12 – Government  perfection and completion, 12 – JOINED; UNITED. By implication, govern; government; oversight. (Government is the means by which people are united into common purposes and goals.) Luke 9:1-2, Hebrew 13:17, 1 Cor 1:10, Luke 22:30.  Divine government and election; apostolic fullness; discipleship; The Church; people of God; united; oversight.(Gen. 49: 28; Numbers 13: 1-16; Matt. 3: 14; Luke 9: 1-2; 22: 30; Rev. 12: 1; 21: 12; Rev. 22: 2; Ex. 15: 27; 29: 15; 1 Cor. 1: 10)


13 – Rebellion, Rebellion; rejection; backsliding. (Gen. 14: 4; Esther 9: 11; 1 King 7: 1). The number thirteen can symbolize an impending attack by your enemies, Esth. 3:12-13

14 – generational promises. Double anointing  ex: 2 x 7. Passover; recreate, reproduce; servant. (Ex. 12: 6; 1 Kings 8: 65; Num. 9: 5; Gen. 31: 41)


15 – Consecration. Deliverance; grace; freedom; rest. (Lev. 23: 6-7; Hos. 3: 2; Gen. 7: 20; 2 Kings 20: 6)


16 – Love of God. Not under the law because of love; free; salvation. (Acts 27: 34; 37-38). Love characteristics in 1 Cor 13; established beginnings;  build a firm foundation of righteousness. (ex: 2 x 8 God speaks twice because it is going to happen), Innocence, naivety; vulnerability and tenderness “sweet sixteen,” never kissed; may represent a coming of age; some spiritual cleansing and removing the old for the birthing of the new.


17 – Overcome power: victory. In the Bible the number 17 symbolizes "overcoming the enemy" and "complete victory." God overcame the sins of rebellious humans when he began to flood the earth through rain on the 17th of the second Hebrew month. Noah's ark and its eight passengers rested on the mountains of Ararat on the 17th of the seventh month (right in the middle of God's annual Holy period known as the Feast of Tabernacles). Election/ Perfection, Spiritual order; incomplete; immature. (Gen. 37: 2; 1 Chron. 25: 5; Jer. 32: 9).

  • Jesus Christ gained a complete victory over death and the grave when God resurrected him near sunset on Nisan 17 (Saturday, April 8, 30 A.D.).

  • In the book of 1 Corinthians the thirteenth chapter, the seventeenth mention of the word 'love' comes when the apostle Paul states that it is the GREATEST gift of all (1 Corinthians 13:13

  • Daniel’s 7's beasts have seven heads and ten horns, for a total number of 17. They represent world-ruling powers from Daniel's time to the Second Coming of Jesus. The devil's end-time system (Revelation 13) will have seven heads and ten horns, which totals 17. All mankind will very soon obey and worship the devil and the Beast power. They will war against those who have faith in Jesus and keep the commandments, thus achieving a victory (though short-lived) against God's people (Revelation 13:1 - 8

  • One of the major themes of the Day of Atonement (commonly referred to as Yom Kippur), which occurs in the seventh Hebrew month on the tenth day, is the binding of Satan (see Revelation 20). Thus, 10 plus 7 equal the number 17, which testifies to Christ's perfect overcoming of Satan. Appearances of the number seventeen Rehoboam, son of Solomon and the the very first king of Judah after the united kingdom split in 930 B.C., reigned for 17 years (930 to 913 B.C.).

  • The book of James has material from seventeen Old Testament books. The book of 1 Corinthians has 17 direct quotations from the Old Testament. One of the longest names found in the word of God, containing 17 letters, is Chushanrishathaim (Judges 3:8).  How does the number 17 symbolize our standing with God? In Romans 8:35 the apostle Paul asks a simple question which is

  • "What shall separate us from the love of Christ?" (HBFV). He extends his question a little more by asking if the following seven things could separate us, which are tribulation, persecution, distress, nakedness, famine, the sword or any other danger. He then tells us ten things that CANNOT get between our God and us, which are life, death, principalities, powers, angels, things present or to come, depth, height or anything created. Thus we have 7 + 10 = 17, representing a Christian's perfect and eternal standing with God through Christ. Additional information on the Biblical Meaning of 17 Psalm 83, verses 6 to 11, lists seventeen total enemies of Israel.

18 – Bondage; judgment; destruction; captivity. Means plumpness, to grow fat, to become fat in the Hebrew, this is the fat that breaks the bonds of captivity.(Judges 10: 7-8; Luke 13: 11-16). 18-symbolic of a valiant person, 1 Ch. 26:9


19 – Faith; void of self-righteousness; ashamed; barren of flesh or of Spirit; repentance. (2 Samuel 2: 30; Rom. 6: 21)


20 – The age of an adult according to God's people, the Jews. Expectancy, holy; redemption. (Ex. 30: 12-14; Rev. 4: 4) A trial of great length coming to an end by the hand of the Lord (Gen 31:38, Judges 4:1-3, 1 Samuel 7:1-3) 20/20: clear sight, visions & dreams.


21 – the number of dreams recorded in the bible; 6 dreamers are kings; 1 is a woman and 2 are men named Joseph.  11 happen in the book of Genesis, 1 in Judges, 1 in 1 Kings, 3 in Daniel and 5 in Matthew. Exceedingly sinful; Jeroboam, son of Nebat “made Israel to sin” evil prince’s spiritual resistance, Dan 10:13; your plans will succeed.  


22 – double transition, major transition. Three scriptures that can be about 222’s are Eph. 2:22, Rev 22:2 & Acts 2:22. Ephesians 2:22 is about being built into a dwelling place for God.  Rev. 22:2 is about being trees of life that bring healing to the nations. Acts 2:22 is about being a person of signs, wonders and miracles.

Is 2:2 is the reference scripture for the 7 mountains and speaks of the days when the Lord’s house would be positioned on the top of the mountains and nations would come running. Acts 2:2 speaks of the suddenly from God that ushers in the sound of heaven that comes with a mighty rushing wind and of course spoke of the day of Pentecost. This is the empowerment for all the above.  The 2’s are all about empowerment, authority, agreement and the supernatural. Light; revelation knowledge to unlock mysteries; disorganization; disintegration; corruption; King Jeroboam and King Ahab reigned 22 years.


23 – Psalms 23 walking thru the valley of the shadow of death. This can be a warning of what you are facing. But notice you are even served from the banqueting table in this chapter.


24 – Perfection in government; priesthood; consecration; maturity. (Rev. 4: 4-10; Josh. 4: 2-9; 1 Chron. 24: 3-5; 25: 1-12; 1 Kings 19: 19). The number for an elder in the Church or elderly wisdom, Rev. 4:10


25 – Begin ministry training; grace of our God found 25 times in the bible (5 x 5)

29 – Mountain

30 – Beginning of ministry; maturity for ministry; blood of Christ. (Luke 3: 23; Gen. 41: 16; Num. 4: 3)


31 – number of evil kings the Israelites had to conquer


32 – covenant; pure expression of God.  


33 – the age Christ was when crucified


34 – naming of the Son; the glory.


35 – hope; it’s time for a change, try to do things a new way; remove old structures to find harmony.


36 – the enemy is causing you embarrassment; feelings of self-consciousness, shame, embarrassment, awkward.


37 – Firstborn/prime number (3 x 37 = 111 Greek equivalent of My Beloved Son)


40 – Generation and completed rule, The number forty in Hebrew was written with the letter mem (water, flowing or coming from).

  • Trials; testing. (Matt. 4: 2; Num. 13: 25; 14: 33-34; Ex. 34:27-28; Matt. 26: 15; Acts 1: 6; 7: 30). When viewed as a time cycle, we find that Israel spent 40 years being tested and tried in the wilderness. Jesus spent 40 days in the wilderness being tested of the devil. The number 40 can be viewed negatively in terms of the full 40 days/years of trial, but it can also be viewed positively in that it is the END of the time of trial or testing. In the positive sense, then, forty (i.e., mem) speaks of Israel crossing the Jordan River (water) after 40 years in the wilderness. In that sense also, Israel came from the wilderness and flowed into the Promised Land. Forty is the product of eight and five. Eight is the number of New Beginnings, while five is grace. Thus, forty can be seen as entering grace after a period of trial, as well as the beginning of something new. Obviously, these are both factors in the cases of Israel and Jesus.

  • Dr. Bullinger’s Number in Scripture, p. 267, points out the fact that there are eight forty-day periods mentioned in the Bible. They are:

  1. Forty days Moses in the mount (Ex. 24:18) to receive the law.

  2. Forty days Moses in the mount after the Golden Calf incident (Deut. 9:18, 25).

  3. Forty days of the spies (Num. 13:26; 14:34).

  4. Forty days of Elijah in Horeb (1 Kings 19:8).

  5. Forty days of Nineveh’s probation (Jonah 3:4).

  6. Forty days Ezekiel lay on his right side for Judah (Ez. 4:5).

  7. Forty days Jesus was tempted of the devil (Matt. 4:2).

  8. Forty days from Jesus’ resurrection to His ascension (Acts 1:2). The total of these eight forty-day periods is 320 days. Since 32 is the number of Covenant, we see a special connection with the idea of covenant. In fact, God made a covenant with Israel twice while they were in the wilderness. The Exodus covenant (Ex. 20) came at the beginning of their 40 years at Mount Horeb, and the second covenant (Deut. 29:1) came at the end of their 40 years in the wilderness of Moab, just before they entered the Promised Land. These two covenants provided a double witness to the Old Covenant that God made with “the church in the wilderness” (Acts 7:38). Yet they prophesied of the two-fold aspect of the New Covenant while the New Testament Church spent 40 Jubilees in a wilderness of its own (33-1993 A.D.). The “Exodus” covenant was made at the cross through the feast of Passover, while the Deuteronomy covenant is made as we enter the Promised Land in the Age of the feast of Tabernacles. The 40th time Noah’s name is mentioned is in Gen. 10:1, “These are the generations of Noah.” It speaks of a new beginning (eight), a new generation, as if Noah’s time of trial on earth had been completed. The 40th time that Abram’s name is mentioned is in Gen. 15:11, where he made a covenant with God, cutting three animals in half, but leaving the turtledove and the pigeon. When the fowls came to consume the carcasses, “Abram drove them away.” Here we see the covenant theme associated with this example of forty. Abram’s driving away the fowls also speaks spiritually of driving away “the evil one,” for Jesus identified the fowls as such in the parable of the sower (Matt. 13:4, 19). And so we see that a primary purpose of a forty-day or forty-year testing period is to learn to drive away the evil one, that is, to overcome temptation. The 40th time that Abraham’s name is mentioned is in Gen. 21:9, where we see Hagar “mocking” Isaac. The Apostle Paul says in Gal. 4:29 that son of the bondwoman “persecuted” Isaac, and he makes the point that this is a pattern of Old Covenant behavior.


50 – Jubilee occurs during the 50th year Lev 25:10. Levites retire once they reach age 50 Num 8:23-25. Pentecost occurs 50 days after Jesus’ resurrection Acts 2:1. Jesus tells a parable about forgiveness involving 500 denari and 50 denari Luke 7:41

  • Jesus feeds 5,000 men with 5 loaves of bread; they sit in groups of 50 Matt 14:17-21; 16:9; Mark 6:38-44; 8:19

  • The Bride price is 50 shekels of silver Deut 22:26-29.


60 – number of animals for sacrifice of fellowship offering. (Num 7:88) Setting the value of a man Lev 27:3; percentage of seed sown (Mark 4:20); The number of cities taken from Og. (Deut 3:4) The age of a widow before she can be put on the list 1 Tim 5:9; The # of warriors escorting Solomon’s carriage (Song of Solomon 3:7); The age of Hezron when he married the daughter of Makir father of Gilead (1 Chron 2:21); Number of towns Geshur and Aram captured (1 Chron 2:23)


65 – double fruit; number associated with the apostasy of Ephraim.


70 – symbolic of exile, punishment, and captivity by an enemy, Dan. 9:2


75 – Cleansing and purifying; separating. (Gen. 12: 4; Dan. 12: 5-13)


80 – symbolic of a strong and full life, Ps. 90:10


99 – symbolic of a lost sheep or prodigal son, Matt. 18:12


100 – A generation. Fullness; people of promise. (Mark 5: 20; 10: 30; Gen. 26: 12)


111 – My Beloved Son


120 – End of flesh, Number of days in ark, 120 years to build ark, 120 priests could not stand by reason at the Cloud entering the temple. 120 - Start of life in the Spirit; end of flesh life. (Acts 1: 5; 2 Chron. 3: 4; 5: 12; Gen. 6: 3; Du. 34: 7)


143 – Each number is the total number of letters in I love you. 1-I 4-Love 3-You.


144 – God’s fullness in all He has creation. (Rev. 7: 1-6; 14: 1-3; 21: 17; 1 Chron. 25: 7)


150 – End of the judgment by water. (Gen. 8: 3)


153 – Bringing in the harvest; revival. (John 21: 6-4). 153 – Kingdom multiplication – number of fish Peter pulled in the net, (nowhere else was the fish catch numbered or counted)


180 – Do a turn around and repent,  


200 – Inadequacy of needs being met in the natural and/or in the Spirit. (2 Sam. 14: 26; Josh. 7: 21; John 6: 7; Gen. 11: 19)


222 – you are being reminded that you are one that is to carry the power and presence of God everywhere you go. A life of the supernatural is yours to step into as you host Him. Three scriptures that can be about 222’s are Eph. 2:22, Rev 22:2 & Acts 2:22. Ephesians 2:22 is about being built into a dwelling place for God.  Rev. 22:2 is about being trees of life that bring healing to the nations. Acts 2:22 is about being a person of signs, wonders and miracles.


235 – is the amount of years from the time of Adam until Moses called on the name of God. Between that time no man called on God.


300 – God’s chosen; God’s remnant. (Judges 7 & 8; 15: 4; Gen. 5: 22; 6: 15). symbolic of valiant men, Judg. 7:6


390 – God’s chosen; God’s remnant as in the nation of Israel. (Is. 7: 8; Ez. 4: 5)


444 – 444 BC Nehemiah was sent to Jerusalem to rebuild the wall. Could be God’s way of showing you it’s time to repair something broken or build a boundary.


500 – Ultimate grace – Resurrection grace:  After his resurrection, Jesus appears to more than 500 people at once 1 Cor 15:6. Jesus tells a parable about forgiveness involving 500 denari and 50 denari Luke 7:41

  • measuring and dividing between the holy and profane. Ez 42:20 Noah’s age when he became a father Gen 5:32. Debt owed Luke 7:41; Jesus appeared to 500 brethren 1 Co 15:6


501 – The Lord’s purpose, is the name Asher in the Bible, American non-profit tax exemption,  


600 – The number of man and sin – 6, and the number of government 10 so it means warfare.


610 – Matthew 6:10 bring the people into the kingdom, the time is growing short.


666 – symbolic of the end times. Full of lawlessness. Antichrist; Satan; number of man; mark of the beast. (Rev. 13: 18; Dan. 3: 17)


700 – symbolic of choice warriors, accuracy in battle, Judg. 20:15-16


888 – Resurrection


999 – Sodom, the number of judgment


1500 – Light, power, authority (same equivalent, all 3 have same numerical equivalent)


2000 – Church age ending in resurrection. (Joshua 3: 4)


2222 – At key times is about Is 22:22. This is the passage about being given the key of David to open and no man can close and shut and no man can open.  It is about being given a new level of kingdom authority. 22 is also significant as it connects with Is 2:2 and Acts 2:2 and is really on the same spiritual wavelength as 222 and even 2222.


5000 – After Peter and John preach, 5,000 men are now believers Acts 4:1-4. Goliath was clothed with scale-armor which weighed five thousand shekels of bronze. 1 Sam 17:5-6. Men who ate the loaves and fishes besides women and children, Matt 14:21; Mark 8:19. Multiplication due to thanksgiving, John 6:10-11. Those who heard the gospel message and believed Act 4:4.


6000 – deception of anti-Christ; second advent.


12000 – The Lord’s mighty army. (Rev. 7: 5-8)

28,000 – tried and approved, a new beginning, Thousand= Maturity, mature service, full stature, mature judgment


144,000 – this is the number for martyrs, Rev. 14:3 The salvation of the world. (Rev. 7: 4)

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