The following analysis is for your consideration. God tells us that the very hairs of our heads are allnumbered. A sparrow does not fall to the ground without his attention. Hairs and sparrows both fallfrom their place unnoticed by us, but marked by God. How much more would he attend to the mostimportant tangible thing on earth ― the Holy Bible, the repository of his very words. He has presentedit in various letterforms, such as Hebrew, Roman, Greek, Chinese, Arabic, and other alphabets.Even words within our Roman alphabet have been represented by various spellings. Christ can bespelled ‘Christus’ in German and ‘Christo’ in Italian. The English Bible before Wycliffe spelled‘begotten’ as ‘bigetn’ pronounced ‘begetten.’The living quality of the word adapts to its living receptors. Even in the midst of this and other varieties, God’s haircounting care evidences itself. No doubt myriads of miraculous phenomenon can be observed by someone who will pause and pray.Jesus said that “if thou wouldest believe, thou shouldest see the glory of God” (John 11:40). For example, the word “sin” occurs 447 times in the King James Bible. The word “blood” occurs 477 timesin the King James Bible. God’s math is perfect because “without shedding of blood is no remission” of sin (Heb. 9:22).The following miraculous phenomenon was discovered some years ago by Periander A. Esplana, aChristian from Camarines Norte, Philippines. It may be, perhaps, God’s way of confounding “the wiseand prudent,” who suggest that the Trinity of 1 John 5:7 does not belong in the Bible. From thefollowing we can draw no other conclusions than that the Holy Bible, even in one of its many forms,reveals the glory of God.There are no books in the world, let alone other English Bible versions, or do-it-yourself translationsfrom Greek and Hebrew lexicons (done by bible schools students), that will exhibit this:
This example is just for the FIRST VERSE and the LAST VERSE of the King James Bible. (Whoknows what lies in between!)“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” Gen. 1:1“The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.” Rev. 22:21Count the number of letters in the first verse of the KJB _______44______ Count the numbers of letters in the last verse of the KJB_______44______ Count the number of vowels in the first verse of the KJB_______17______ Count the number of vowels in the last verse of the KJB _______17______ Count the number of consonants in the first verse of the KJB ___27______ Count the number of consonants in the last verse of the KJB ____27______ Jesus Christ is the Word. He also said, “I am Alpha and Omega (letters), the first and the last: and Whatthou seest, write in a book…” (Rev. 1:11).
One of the most important verses in the Holy Bible is 1 John 5:7. It distinguishes the Christian religionfrom all false religions (The chapter ends saying, “This is the true God…”).This verse identifies the Trinity and states that Jesus is God.“For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost; and thesethree are one.” 1 John 5:7Because this verse is so important, it has been removed in new versions and was removed by the Greek Orthodox church from almost all Greek manuscripts. It is in all pure vernacular Bibles.Jesus is not only “the first and the last,” he is “in the midst” of the New Testament in 1 John 5:7 (Matt.14:24, 25; 18:2; Luke 5:19, 6:8, 9; 24:36 “Jesus himself stood in the midst.” John 8:9, 8:59; 18:19“Jesus in the midst,” 20:19; 20:26.Count the number of letters in the first verse of the KJB44Count the numbers of letters in the last verse of the KJB + 44Count the number of letters in 1 John 5:7 in the KJB 88When the letters in the first and last verse are totaled, they equal the same number of letters in 1 John5:7.Count the number of vowels in the first verse of the KJB 17Count the number of vowels in the last verse of the KJB + 17Count the number of vowels in 1 John 5:7 in the KJB 34When the number of vowels in the first and last verse are totaled, they equal the number of vowels in 1John 5:7.Count the number of consonants in the first verse of the KJB 27Count the number of consonants in the last verse of the KJB + 27Count the number of consonants in 1 John 5:7 in the KJB 54The number of consonants in the first and last verse equals the same number of consonants in 1 John5:7.
As if the fact that the first and last verses of the Bible match identically were not enough, (and they alsomatch 1 John 5:7), it gets more interesting.First verse letters = 44Last verse letters = 44Total 88First verse vowels = 17Last verse vowels = 17Total 34First verse consonants = 27Last verse consonants = 27Total 54www.sciencephilosophyreligion.com