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[History] > 4th Century - Dalet - The Sign of the Cross

Spoke 4

Numbers, Ezekiel, Galatians

And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years: And let them be for lights in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth: and it was so.

The Fourth Day

The Fourth Day

Constantine's vison of the Cross of LightThe Fourth Day of Creation concerns the Marking of Time. God gives four reasons for the creation of the Sun, Moon, and Stars. This is the basis of the profound KeyLink between Numbers and Ezekiel based on the phrase Each Day for a Year, which also plays a crucial role in the integration of Matthew 4 with the Book of Numbers. The word "sign" (Aut, S# H0226) first appears on the Fourth Day of Creation. It next appears in Genesis 4 when God placed a mark on Cain to save him from death after his murder of Abel.

The Sign also manifests with great clarity in Ezekiel (Spoke 4, Cycle 2) where it is used to mark those saved from Death (cf. Fourth Seal). The form of the Cross and its integration with the Fourth Spoke is discussed in such articles as The Cross in the Wilderness and The Four Directions.

The Sign of the Cross

The Sign of the Cross played a CRUCIAL role in Fourth Century Church History. In the year 312 AD, Constantine This link takes you off the Bible Wheel site and opens a new window claimed to see a "cross of light, with the inscription 'in hoc signo vince'" which means "in this sign, conquer" (cf. New Advent article The Labarum This link takes you off the Bible Wheel site and opens a new window). Some historians have cast doubt on this story, suggesting it is mere legend, and many Christians have cast doubt on the validity of Constantines conversion, citing later behaviour that was inconsistent with Christianity. While I have no knowledge of whether the conversion was valid or not, I can assert with great confidence that the integration of this event with the structure of Scripture is such that it must be recognized as the Work of God. The Sign of the Cross led Constantine to become the first Christian Emperor who then ended persecution, giving rest to the Church (Fourth Commandment).

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