About the Number Eight—The number eight presents a picture of newness and a fresh beginning. The number ‘8’ speaks clearly of the beginning of another cycle, which is the pattern of scripture.
Our Creator, contrary to Greek thinking, thinks and reveals in cycles and not in dispensational leaps. One such example is our week.
Scripturally, the week goes from Shabbat to Shabbat. Each week begins on the eve of Shabbat and ends on the eve of Shabbat.
The beginning of the first day is also the beginning of the 8th day, but is kept in context with the Shabbat cycle.
The 8th Day Signifies A ‘Renewed’ Beginning.
Yes! ‘RENEWED’ beginning for sure. After my three hours of sleep? I woke up renewed! I kicked away. My legs, my arms went up like scissors cutting through the waves of inexplicable joy!
I sat for a minute. Got up! The words just flowed out of my mouth with gusto! “TODAY is my new day that began yesterday at the 11th hour!”
Father Sets My Mind …?
That was my mind set on when You, my Father? Sent me to bed. This time? No problem to fall asleep. No problem at all! No more to wake up lamenting in pain! Wow!
Short Version Of This Matter …?
But what all these numbers mean my Father? How are You revealing my life to all with the number sequence in my life? Please, my Father give a short version of this matter for the benefit of Your children.
My Father Responds …?
“O thiaBasilia—O Child Of My Heart? From the Dining Room Of your Soul. From the throne of your heart now My throne? You are to feed My people with the testimony of My doings within you. Why?
O My child, My precious child! My people are weary. My people are fed-up with the humdrum of life on this insanity ridden world.