But his bow abode in strength, and the arms of his hands were
made strong by the hands of the mighty God of Jacob;
(from thence is the shepherd, the stone of Israel:)
And I will feed them that oppress thee with their own flesh; and they shall
be drunken with their own blood, as with sweet wine: and all flesh shall know that
I the LORD am thy Saviour and thy Redeemer, the mighty One of Jacob.
Below are listed 29 words and phrases that first occur in corresponding chapters of Genesis and Isaiah.
For example, in both of these books, the Hebrew phrase
(Avir Yakov) first appears in Chapter 49, as
quoted above (cf. Genesis 49). This then integrates with the great Spoke 5 theme of
God's Mighty Power (49 = 53, i.e. Spoke 5, Cycle 3).
Some chapters contain the debuts of
multiple words and phrases, such as Genesis 14 and Isaiah 14 which have four elements in common.
There is a very large body of evidence linking
the large-scale geometric structure of the Bible in the form of the Wheel with the integrated
"chapter and verse" structure of Genesis and Isaiah as well as all the other Inner Cycles such
as Psalms, Matthew, and Revelation.
Truly, there is no end to the Wisdom of our God!
It is important to mediate on what is really going on here. There is no "natural" reason for there to
be common elements between Genesis and Isaiah, let alone a series of 29 coordinated debuts of these common
elements, spanning nearly the entire book of Genesis, from the first to the 49th chapter! This is similar
to the phenomenon on Spoke 6 of
first and last appearances of many proper nouns in Joshua and Hosea.
The list below is preliminary, I haven't come near to a complete review of the evidence yet.
Unless otherwise mentioned, the common element is the underlying Hebrew root represented by the Strongs Number
listed with the translated words.
||First Occurring Word, Words, or Phrase
||Appointed Times/Seasons (Mo'ed, S# H4150)
|Seed (Zera, S# H2233)
||Man (Aish, S# H0376)
|Breath (Neshamah, S# H5397)
|Go (Halek, S# H1980)
|Go Up (Alah, S# H5927)
|East[ward] (Qedem, S# H6924) This word also makes a coordinated debut in
Matthew 2 in conjunction with the literal meaning of Beyt (House).
||Girdle/Aprons (Chagor, S# H2290). This word appears only six times in
Scripture, and is intimately related to to many funamental themes manifesting on Spoke 3 of the Inner Cycles
of Genesis and Isaiah. Cf. Genesis 3 and Isaiah 3. The English word "girdle" also makes a
coordinated debut in
Matthew 3 along with the literal meaning of Gimel (Camel).
|Told/Declare (S# H5046).
This word is central to the major theme of the Fall from Genesis 3 and Isaiah 3
|Bread (Lechem, (S# H3899)
||Dwell[ing]: This is a correlated debut only in translation. The underlying Hebrew is different, but the common theme integrates well with the great Spoke 4 theme of Dwelling Place (cf. The Cross in the Dessert and The Foursquare Temple).
||Pitch/Purged (Kaphar, (S# H3722). Most people are familiar with this root in the phrase Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. The idea of "covering"
is seen in the class of words like kippur, cap, copper, cover. This is the "covering" put on the Ark so it would not sink in God's judgment.
||Breach/Broken Up (Baqa, (S# H1234).
||Pass Over (Ovar, (S# H5674). These linked
verses both speak of the flood and overflowing of water. It is really an astounding link. Note also
the Hebrew Ovar means "over" - it seems to be a direct Hebrew-English cognate.
|Abate/Curse (Qalal, (S# H7043). Qalal basically means "light" or "swift", hence "abate" in the sense
of "becoming light" and "curse" in the sense of treating someone lightly, that is, with no respect.
||Cut off (Karet, (S# H3772). This is a strong Spoke 9 theme. This word first appears also in Daniel 9 (vs. 26) with the Cutting off of the Messiah.
This is its ultimate significance (cf. GR 988)
|Shoulder[s] (Shekem, (S# H7926)
||Most High In Genesis and Isaiah, this phrase appears only in Chapter 14. It last appears on
Spoke 14 in the Book of Hebrews. This reveals a divine integration between the chapter structures of both Genesis and Isaiah with the order of the Canon.
|King[s] of [the] Nations: This phrase appears in both Genesis 14.9 and Isaiah 14.9.
Its value is Melek Goiim = 149, which integrates the chapter and verse structure
of both Genesis and Isaiah with
the intrinsic alphanumeric structure of the Hebrew language (Gematria).
|Wilderness, (Midbar, (S# H4057). This is an example of an
transformation, where the value established on Spoke 4 (Numbers = B'Midbar) manifests in a link
on Spoke 14 = 4 + 10. There is an entire field of study I have yet to write up dealing with
relations based on the idea of x ==> x + 10. E.g. Consider the relation between Trinity (3) and Unity =
13 = 3 + 10.
|"His own house" - This phrase last appears on Spoke 14 in Hebrews.
||Pillar. This link only exists in translation. The
underlying Hebrew of Genesis and Isaiah is different.
||Archer[s]. Strong's makes a slight distrinction here. In Genesis 21 we have Qashat
(S# H7199) whereas in Isaiah 21 we have Qeshet (S# H7198).
This is an immaterial difference since the orginal Scriptures were unpointed, so these two words
||Slay[ing]. (Shachat, S# H7819) This word is typically used to refer to sacrificial slaying.
It first appears in the context of Genesis 22, the Sacrifice of Isaac, which sets the whole
theme of the Sacrifice of Christ on the Cross which is why it is on Spoke 22
(Tav - cf. The Seal of Truth). The verse in Genesis 22 also contains the first occurrence of both words Love and Only Begotten Son. God refrained from speaking of Love outside the
context of the slaying of an only begotten son! This is the absolute essence of the Holy Gospel! Ten thousand times ten thousand words could
not express the Glory revealed in God's Word!
||Merchant (Sachar, S# H5503) - This word appears in only 20 verses of the Bible.
||Master and Servant
||Fury (Chemah, S# H2534) This word is also part of a KeyLink between
Genesis 27 and Daniel, as explained in
The Dew of Heaven.
||"rent his clothes" and sackcloth. These two verses are the only verses in Genesis and Isaiah to contain these words.
||The Mighty One/God of Jacob ( , Avir Yakov)
This integrates with the structure of the Wheel, and the great Spoke 5 theme of
God's Mighty Power.