Clay Cantrell (29 Sep 2012)
"The Pit, Psalm 103:4 and Between the Seas"

```Readers -

this dream:

http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/apr2012/clay423-1.htm

is connected to Psalm 103:4

"Who redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with
lovingkindness and tender mercies;"

Destruction also translated "Pit".

Dream occurred on 4.12 (April 12th). Since I'm pretty confident that
4.12 = 412, I wondered if there was any matching detail from the dream
that could be found in Psalm 103 since ...

103 x 2 = 412

that led me to the above verse.

http://www.biblewheel.com/GR/GR_Database.asp?bnum=19&cnum=103&vnum=4

shows that the first Four words running gematria total of this verse =

1205.

Readers of my posts should know that number.

There are 31,102 verses in the Bible. That means that Bible can be
split into two equal parts of 15,551 verse each.

That means the division between the two halves is between

Psalm 103:1 and Psalm 103:2.

I wondered about something, so I looked at the total gematria values
of the two verses

the total of Psalm 103:1 = 2662

the total of Psalm 103:2 = 2019

2662 - 2019 = 643

I wondered if using the number between the two totals (643), when
plugged into the Bible Wheel would show any verse or word that
anything at all to do with being between two bodies of water.

Like the Splitting of the Red Sea that the Israelites walked through,
this gap appeared to me to be a "type" of that passageway.

amen! this turned out to be correct!

Strong's 643h = appeden, Persian for "palace"

found only one time -

Daniel 11:45
"And he shall plant the tabernacles of his palace BETWEEN THE SEAS in
the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end, and none
shall help him."

also notice that the total verse gematria = 1850. This, too, is a
splitting in half. how?

The total gematria value of the High Priest's breastpiece of twelve
stones = 3700.

the odd stones = 1850
the even stones = 1850.

Jesus is Lord.

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