“My Precious thiaBasilia, child of My heart, It’s time for you to quote what I have inspired about numbers to My servant Brad Scott. From there I will give you further information about your dreams. Quote:
The Design of Scripture
We are going to study several aspects of the use of numbers in scripture. Each lesson will address one or more numbers. We are going to talk about each number assignment to a consonant, the overall meaning of each number, and its most common application and association throughout scripture. I hope to show that the reason why the creation is mathematically designed, is because the Word that created it is mathematically designed. In the words of E.W. Bullinger: “As He is perfect, so His works and His words must also be perfect. And when we see number used, not by chance, but by design; not at haphazard, but with significance; then we see not so many works and words, but the Living God working and speaking.”
When we peer into His perfect design, we see and experience a deeper understanding of our perfect Designer. The magnificent perfection of His creation is seen even more clearly today, as we can now peek into powerful microscopes to capture a glimpse of His blueprints. We can actually view today some of what was spoken as words and given to His prophets some 6,000 years ago. The extraordinary perfection of DNA, and the intricate detailed structure of the so-called simple cell. The designed dance of the sperm and the egg, and the mathematical pattern of a snowflake makes it so obvious that all this tiny architecture requires an architect. Those of you who are reading this teaching are making use of a complex visual wonderland that is being produced by designed mathematical sequences of two numbers, zero and one. When you step outside your door and gaze upon a skyscraper, or even your local post office, you are seeing with your eyes something that began with numbers. When you look at magnificent structures you do not see numbers, but they are there. When Iyov said “… in my flesh shall I see God” (Iyov 19:26) was he just referring prophectically to the resurrection? Or should we perhaps take him literally? When man looks into the inner workings of our bodies, does he witness the awesome design of an omniscient God?