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Matthew 17 2 Peter
And after six days Jesus taketh Peter, James, and John
his brother, and bringeth them up into an high mountain apart, And was
transfigured before them: and his face did shine as the sun,
and his raiment was white as the light.
And, behold, there appeared unto them Moses and Elias talking with him. Then answered Peter, and
said unto Jesus, Lord, it is good for us to be here: if thou wilt, let us make here three tabernacles;
one for thee, and one for Moses, and one for Elias. While he yet spake, behold, a bright cloud
overshadowed them: and behold a voice out of the cloud, which said,
This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye him.
And when the disciples heard it, they fell on their face, and were sore afraid.
Matthew 17:1ff (Inner Cycle: Spoke 17, Cycle 1)
For we have not followed cunningly devised fables, when we made known
unto you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but were eyewitnesses of his
majesty. For he received from God the Father honour and glory, when there came such a
voice to him from the excellent glory, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.
And this voice which came from heaven we heard, when we were with him in the holy mount.
2 Peter 1:16ff (Bible Wheel: Spoke 17, Cycle 3)
The Inner Cycles of both Matthew and Genesis are linked by the first occurrence of
a theophany with people falling on their faces
before the majesty of the Lord. The thematic integration with the
Pey KeyWord (panim, face)
is amplified in the passage from Matthew 17 above, with the
words "and his face did shine as the sun."
The significance of all of this is further amplified when we recognize that
2 Peter is the only
book outside the Gospels that refers to the Transfiguration reported in Matthew 17! It is extremely
important to note the detailed perfection of the divine design. There are many details that link 2 Peter to Spoke 17
and 1 Peter to Spoke 16. The striking differences drove the scholars to declare that they could
not have been written by the same human writer. Though the design of the Wheel does not by itself prove
that the same man wrote the two Epistles named for Peter, it only makes sense to believe the Bible on this
point since the Wheel does prove beyond all doubt that the entire Bible was designed by One Author
- namely the Lord God Almighty! As with the Solution to the Synoptic Problem,
we see that God designed the differences between First and Second Peter on the pattern of the Hebrew alphabet.
Yet there is more. Matthew's record of the Transfiguration contains the phrase "in whom I am well pleased" which
is missing from the parallel accounts given in Mark and Luke. This means that there is a true
KeyLink between Matthew 17 and 2 Peter! Searching all seven versions for all verses that
speak of God's beloved son in whom he is well pleased near reference to a mountain yields exactly
two portions of Scripture: Matthew 17 and 2 Peter! We have the KeyLink:
|Spoke 17 KeyLink: The Transfiguration|
|Matthew 172 Peter|
Using gnotation to write 61 = 173 to refer to 2 Peter on Spoke 17, Cycle 3 allows us
to represent this KeyLink in a way that reveals the isomorphism between the Inner Cycle of Matthew
the Biblical Canon:
|Spoke 17 KeyLink: The Transfiguration|
|PMatthew( 171 ) PBible( 173 )|
Insight from the Gematria Reference
Matthew reports that "a bright cloud overshadowed them." The word
translated as bright is (phaine, shine/show) which is the root
of many English words such as theophany (see Genesis 17)
and phenomenon (see Pey Alphabetic Verses. This word appears in
the John 1.5 "And the light shineth in the darkness, and the darkness comprehends it not. It is deeply integrated
with the Holographic Decalogue and the Creation Holograph,
and its value coincides with that of the fundamental Greek word for "spirit." We have a pair of identities:
| = 576 =
This is discussed in the Gematria Reference article on the Number 576.