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SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN

  What is so special about “70 x 7,” the factor that emerges in many parts of the Bible through calculation with the Sower’s numbers (30-60-100 or 100-60-30)? I like the answer I’ve come up with in my post on … Continue reading

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HOW TO USE THE SOWER’S PARABLES NUMBERS

  Just simple arithmetic: add, multiply, and divide You can use the Sower’s Parables numbers (30 60 100 and 100 60 30) to reveal a hidden factor of “seventy times seven” embedded in the sacred text. HOW TO USE THE … Continue reading

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COINCIDENCE, CONSPIRACY, OR SACRED CHARISM?

This is a new discovery about the Bible! Are results with the Sower’s parables numbers (30, 60, 100 or 100, 60, 30) a coincidence, a lucky charm, a secret code by conspirators, or a special gift? The Sower’s parables numbers, … Continue reading

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1 CORINTHIANS LOVE RIDDLE

How to use the Sower’s parables numbers 30, 60, 100 “And now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; and the greatest of these is love.” (1 Corinthians 13:13 (NRSV))  The previous verse (13:12) contains the word “riddle” (NRSV footnote). … Continue reading

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