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[GR] > The Number 58 - Grace

But Noah found grace in the eyes of the LORD.

Genesis 6.8

This verse is a beautiful example of how God uses anagrams in Scripture. The name Noah is simply Grace spelt backwards. The words are also deeply related in their theological significance, since Noah means rest, which is what we do when we receive God's Grace.

This verse is also an example of the principle of first occurrence, which states that great theological themes often originate in the first occurrence of the given word in Scripture. Grace first appears in Genesis 6.8 in conjunction with Noah (Rest), and this is one of the greatest themes in all the Bible.

The Number 58

Grace [Gen 6.8]



Noah [Gen 6.8]


In His Blood [Lev 17.11]


B'Dam Hu

The Glory of the Lord [Ex 16.10]


Kavod YHVH

Because they trust in him (Ord) [Ps 37.40]


Ki Chasu bo

Brightness [Pro 4.18]



The Garden [Gen 2.9]



The Stone



Factors: 2 x 29

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