34 is 3+4=7
The number 7 is about
Number 7 - Philosopher, sage, wisdom seeker, reserved, inventor, deep-thinker, introspective, spiritual, faith, hidden, seeking perfection, enigma.
Thank you, WhiteWings, Jabcat, and Cardinal. Thank you so very much!!
WhiteWings, I was playing with the numbers in my head the evening that was flowing into my birthday for some odd reason:
4 the faces of Christ presented to us by the 4 Gospels
7 perfection, completion, entering into rest, also mentioned in Revelation as the 7 spirits of God sent into all of the earth, which I personally believe are listed for us in the opening verse or two of Isaiah 11.
3 times 4 equals 12 which some find highly suggestive of God's Government with the 12 portals entering into Jerusalem, an acknowledgement of only 12 of the tribes of Israel in Revelation 7, etc. 12 also being the total number of Paul's epistles that most Christians are willing to spend quality time with since most ignore Philemon or because their lives are a return to bondage they're under the erroneous impression that Onesimus was being returned to slavery.
Chuck Pierce was ministering on Benny Hinn's program this week and was saying that the imagery in the Hebrew associated with the number of 9 is "taste and see." That's what I understood him to have said. If there was any breakdown between what he said and what I heard, then he would have otherwise likely been referring to this particular year in the Hebrew calendar if for whatever reason that doesn't check out. But I genuinely believe I heard him say that that applies to the number 9 in this year of 2009. What's interesting to me about that is that that not only overlaps with the calendar year, but that "taste and see" is a phrase right out of Psalm "34".
Isaiah "34" mentions none lacking their mate and I'd been believing God for a while in the marriage department.
I'm sure someone's liable to rain on my parade and find the particular book of the Bible where the 34th chapter is to go and hang yourself or do something else that's ungodly (sex with a goat or whatever), but at least those two references from the Psalms and Isaiah were interesting to me.