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Rachel and Leah; A Parable of the Law vs Grace


The bible tells the story of Laban's two daughters named Rachel and Leah and how they were both married to Jacob;
Genesis chapter 29 verses 16 through 18;

16And Laban had two daughters: the name of the elder was Leah, and the name of the younger was Rachel. 17Leah was tender eyed; but Rachel was beautiful and well favored. 18And Jacob loved Rachel; and said, I will serve you seven years ...

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The Biblical Significance of Number Ten (Part III)


Completeness The words “God said,” are recorded ten times in his creation of man. This indicates the finality of his actions regarding mankind. There are also ten generations of people in the bible beginning with Adam’s family and ending with Noah’s. Noah’s generation was the final generation before mankind was destroyed by the great flood.

The ten fingers and toes which we have are necessary for the work that we have to ...

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Thhe Biblical Significance of Number Ten (Part II)


Judgment Ten often speaks of divine judgment from God. It represents a type of judgment which is all encompassing and complete. God’s judgment of Pharaoh and Egypt included all aspects of their lives. God judged the river, their crops, bodies, and livestock. The judgments affected their health, wellbeing, and finances. Judgment comes from God because he is the giver of life so he has the authority to take it.

Numbers 14 verses ...

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The Biblical Significance of Number Ten (Part I)


When used in scripture the number ten often has special significance. It is a number of divine law, righteousness, responsibility, perfection, judgment, and completeness. Ten follows nine which is the number of spiritual completion signifying that the man who is spiritually complete walks in the fullness of the power, authority, and righteousness of God.

Divine Law I will speak of the 10 commandments first because all are familiar with them. The number ...

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The Biblical Significance of Number Nine


The Biblical Significance of Number Nine

The number nine is used in scripture to establish the man or woman who is complete in the grace of God in the fullness of the power of God. This man has been perfected and prepared to be a vessel of honor before being divinely completed by God.
We see an example of this power this fulfilled in the life of Abraham. God brought him ...

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