Appointed number and root pair 8—(1459-919)
This appointed number and root pair 8—(1459-919) is closely associated with mankind’s resurrection after death.
One glance at this root (1459-919) will tell us in black and white that resurrection after death will not only take place for certain, but will also include each one of us. The reason is that everyone is hitched to this (1459-919) cycle and eventually no one can escape the reality of having to face death and resurrection, whether you believe it or not, and whether you are willing or not.
In this dual-element root, the number 1459 (we can call it “the branched root”) can be truncated (or cut into smaller pieces) as 1/45/9: The number 45 is the Theomatic value of “Adam,” number 1 in front of 45 means the first one, i.e. 1/45 points to the first Adam; 9 after 45 means the last one, i.e. 45/9 points to the last Adam.
Paul pointed out:
“For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.” (1 Corinthians 15:22)
What Paul said rightly interprets the meaning of this “branched root” of 1459: no one can escape death and no one can bypass being resurrected.
This is also what the Bible stresses in this verse:
“… as it is appointed to men once to die, but after this the judgment.” (Hebrew 9:27)
Think about it, if a person will not be resurrected, does “after this [death] the judgment” have any actual meaning?
Granted that many understand what this means: “it is appointed to men once to die,” however, real believers of the truth that all those who die will be resurrected are far fewer.
Even among those who have heard God’s Word and have read the Bible, the number of people who truly know what is meant by “resurrection of the dead” is not many – the majority of these people’s attitude is half belief and half doubt without enough understanding.
By this dual-element number root (1459-919), the Holy Spirit clearly tells us: all human beings cannot help but fall into this “camp” of one death; likewise, all will be resurrected and “appear in court” to be judged before God’s Great White Throne without fail.
The other branched root 919 further tells us, there are two resurrections for all human beings. The first resurrection took place almost two thousand years ago when incarnate God in flesh – Jesus Christ who died on the Cross – became the firstfruit for the resurrection of all mankind.
The second resurrection will happen when the Lord Jesus comes back the second time. When that time comes, no matter how long one has passed away and how one died, every single one will be resurrected and stand to face God’s judgment before the Great White Throne.
Similarly, 919 can be truncated as 9/1/9 where the middle 1 represents the Lord Jesus – He is God; the 9 in the front speaks of His first incarnation in the flesh and His resurrection after death, that lifted the curtain for the “last days” – or the Millennial Jubilee – the first term is mentioned in the first chapter of the book of Hebrews; the 9 at the end speaks of His second coming that concludes the end of this period of “last days” or the Millennial Jubilee, which will draw a perfect period to human history that has lasted for thousands of years.
When the Lord comes the second time, all the dead will be resurrected and all whose names are in the Lamb’s Book of Life will be made the body of Christ and united with God; all whose names are not in the Lamb’s Book of Life will be cast into the Lake of Fire – this is the second death.
No matter what, “… the hour is coming, in which all that are in the graves shall hear his voice” (John 5:28) – even though these words that come from the mouth of God is absolutely true, there is nothing easier than this to be considered as myth. Therefore, this becomes the touchstone of genuine vs. false faith. If one is indifferent to the concept that all dead must be resurrected, and cannot take it to be true, then perhaps he or she would not care too much whether his or her name is or is not in the Lamb’s Book of Life either.
Think about it: Can a person, who cannot see the truth about death, figure out the so called “eternal life”?
This section is taken from chapter five of Taichuan Tongs’ book “Numbers & Roots of Numbers in the Bible” published by TheoLogos Publications – click the text link or cover image to learn how nine roots of numbers were unprecedentedly discovered that connect all numbers together no matter how big they are.
As a result, study of numbers in the Bible has three levels: (1) surface numbers, (2) families of numbers and (3) roots of numbers.
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