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Spoke 2 - Bet

Exodus, Jeremiah, 1 Corinthians

The Land of Egypt

And thou shalt say unto Pharaoh, Thus saith the LORD, Israel is my son, even my firstborn: And I say unto thee, Let my son go, that he may serve me: and if thou refuse to let him go, behold, I will slay thy son, even thy firstborn.

Exodus 4:22 (Spoke 2, Cycle 1)

The Exodus from Egypt marks a great theme from Spoke 2. God used it to establish the whole theme of Redemption through Christ, His Son, our Passover Lamb. Just as the Second Psalm contains the great prophetic proclamation of Christ as God's Son, so the first reference in all the Bible to anyone as God's Son is found in the Second Book, as quoted above. This all integrates with the nature of the Second Person of the Trinity, God the Son, and the Bet KeyWord בן (Ben, Son).

God also designed the chapter sequence of Matthew to express the structure of the Godhead and the Divine Alphabet by explicitly linking Matthew 2 to the Exodus from Egypt, saying "Out of Egypt I have called my son." Likewise, Isaiah 2 is deeply integrated with major themes from Exodus, such as the Giving of the Law, and with the prohibition against idols found in the Second Commandment.

All of this manifests in the geometric correlation between Exodus and Jeremiah on the Wheel, where the distribution of the phrase "the land of Egypt" is maximized.

Distributino of the land of Egypt on the Bible Wheel

This graph is exceedingly significant. The cc is an astounding .79! It is extremly unlikely that such a magnitude could happen by chance. The improbability increases even more when we recognize the thematic and theological integration of "the land of Egypt" with the advent of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Second Person of the Godhead and this with the Bet Key Word בן (Ben, Son). And all this is integrated with the chapter sequences in Isaiah, Matthew, and the Psalms! Simply stated, we have ten thousand converging lines of linguistic, thematic, theological, and statistical evidence that all conspire to declare the infinite wisdom of of God displayed in His Holy Word!

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