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002 The Principle of Primes - Enoch.mp3


Jesus commanded all His disciples (in many scriptures) to ‘watch’. This ‘watch’ (for Messiah’s return) begins in the book of beginnings – ‘Genesis’. When Enoch named his son ‘Methuselah’, Enoch correctly predicted the timing of Noah’s flood because of the Hebrew meaning of ‘Methuselah’. Likewise, Jesus predicted that His return would be like just like the ‘days of Noah’ (Matthew 24:37) and therefore, Enoch and Methuselah (who are chronologically associated with the ‘days of Noah’) are significant to the biblical watch. The numerical value of the Hebrew word for ‘wisdom’ is discovered to be embedded in the creation verse of Genesis 1:1 and highlights the formative ‘wisdom’ of prime and triangular numbers. Enoch as the first man to be chronologically raptured was also the ‘seventh from Adam’ and as such, the mathematical seventh prime is a foundational number representing the journey of the church towards fulfilment at the Rapture. Jesus used a metaphor of harvest, as himself being the grain of wheat or seed (or a ‘first’ or a ‘prime’) which would produce a resurrection harvest (John 12:24). This ‘principle of primes’ is explained.


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