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[Inner Cycles] > Psalm 110 - Tav - The Lord Hath Sworn
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Spoke 22 - Tav

Psalm 110 chain Psalm 132

The LORD hath sworn, and will not repent, Thou art a priest for ever after the order of Melchizedek.

Psalm 110:4 (Inner Cycle: Spoke 22, Cycle 5)

The LORD hath sworn in truth unto David; he will not turn from it; Of the fruit of thy body will I set upon thy throne.

Psalm 132:1 (Inner Cycle: Spoke 22, Cycle 6)

The phrase ("the Lord hath sworn") [Verify] occurs in seven verses of the KJV. It occurs twice within the Book of Psalms in the two verses above. Further specifying the set to include "will not" - i.e. searching for ("the Lord hath sworn", "will not") [Verify] - yields only the two verses above. Using modnotation to write 110 = 225 and 132 = 226, we represent this keylink as follows:

Spoke 22 KeyLink: The Lord Hath Sworn
Psalm 225chainPsalm 226

This link displays the the Spoke 22 theme of the Lord's Will to establish His evelasting Kingdom which is ultimately revealed on Spoke 22 in Revelation, the Capstone Book).


Insights from the Gematria Reference

Both verses use exactly the same Hebrew phrase, which bears the following nweight:

The Lord hath sworn

pic

Nishba YHVH

= 448

Note that the root of the word translated as "hath sworn" is pic (Sheva, To Swear) as discussed in the article Seven and Scripture. This further relates to the the Number 7 and Truth through fact that 448 = 7 x 64 coupled with the following identity:

Truth

pic

Aletheia

= 64

Thus we have the beautiful identity:

The Lord hath sworn

pic

Nishba YHVH

= 7 x Truth

Indeed, when the Lord swears, it is the Perfection (7) of Truth (64)! AMEN! This then all integrates with the value of this title of Christ from Revelation 3.7:

He that is True

pic

Ho Alethinos

= 448

Many other examples of the function of the Number Seven in gematria are listed in Multiples of Seven.






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