Saying, I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last: and, What thou seest,
write in a book, and send it unto the seven churches which are in Asia;
unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis,
and unto Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea.
Revelation 1:11 (Spoke 22, Cycle 3)
The alphabetic integration of the 22 chapters of Revelation
forms the finishing capstone to the divine design
of the Holy Bible. It is truly astounding to behold the countless links between
its chapters with elements from the corresponding Spokes of the Bible Wheel. God ensured that it would be impossible
to miss the integration of Revelation with the Hebrew alphabet.
In the first chapter of the last book
He idenitified Himself as Alpha and Omega, the first and last
letters of the Greek Alphabet. These letters
correspond to Aleph and Tav, the first and last of the 22 Hebrew letters. It is therefore impossible for any
intelligent reader to fail to suspect an alphabetic correlation with the 22 chapters (see The Capstone Signature of God's Word).
"And I saw"
Chapt 5:1, 2|
Chapt 6:1, 2
Chapt 15:1, 2
Chapt 17:3, 6
Chapt 19:11, 17, 19
Chapt 20:1, 4, 11, 12
Chapt 21:1, 22
Unfortunately, most people have been taught that God had absolutely nothing to do
with the overall structure of His Own Word. Even those who
readily admit the full inspiration of the actual words of Scripture usually
stumble over the idea that God had a hand on every detail down to the level of its chapter and verse divisions.
Everyone is taught that they are "arbitrary divisions" as if some drunkard put on a blindfold and just threw darts at the
Bible. There two errors here.
First, things that are arbitrary from a human persective are not necessarily arbitrary from God's point of view, for indeed,
the "lot is cast into the lap; but the whole disposing thereof is of the LORD" (Proverbs 16:33).
The second error is that it is false.
The chapter structures of the two great Inner Wheels - Isaiah and Revelation - are largely
self-parsing in accordance with their content. In the case of Revelation, the primary outline is found in
the phrase "And I saw" which is found 24 times in Revelation in the KJV. Of these 24 occurrences, exactly half (12) are found in
the first or second verse after a chapter break. This is solid statistical proof that the overall pattern of the
chapter breaks is not arbitrary. There are many other structural patterns in Revelation that correlate (more or less)
with the chapter breaks (e.g meta tauta).
Of course, the final proof is in the abundant fruit this study bears.
The chapters of Revelation link to all aspects of the Spokes of the Wheel.
Some links are based on the literal meaning of the corresponding letter, such as
Revelation 4 which opens with reference to a Door, literal meaning of the fourth letter Dalet.
Other links are based on content found only on the corresponding Spoke, such as Revelation 4 and
Revelation 5 which contain material found only in Ezekiel and Daniel on Spokes 4 and 5,
respectively. Other chapters are linked to material found on corresponding Spokes of the Inner Wheel of Isaiah,
such as Revelation 19 which links to Isaiah 63 (Spoke 19, Cycle 3), and which links to
the ancient rabinnical understanding of Quph, the Nineteenth letter.
Simply stated, there is no end to the wonders of God's Holy Word! Glory to God in the highest!