The Lord the Judge
Wherefore I have not sinned against thee, but thou doest me
wrong to war against me: the LORD the Judge be judge this day between the
children of Israel and the children of Ammon.
Judges 11:27 (Spoke 7, Cycle 1)
The LORD shall judge the people: judge me, O LORD, according to
my righteousness, and according to mine integrity that is in me.
Psalm 7:8 (Spoke 7, Inner Cycle 1)
The Divine Name of God, The Lord the Judge, occurs only in the Book of Judges.
A similiar phenomenon is seen in the chapter
sequence of the Psalms, where the first occurrence of the word judge
appears in Psalm 7. The integration is incredible. Variations on the word
"judge" occur four times in the seventh Psalm, in perfect harmony with the
order of the Canon. Here are the relevant passages:
Arise, O LORD, in thine anger, lift up thyself because of the rage of
mine enemies: and awake for me to the judgment that thou hast commanded.
... The LORD shall judge the people: judge me, O LORD, according
to my righteousness, and according to mine integrity that is in me.
Oh let the wickedness of the wicked come to an end; but establish the just: for
the righteous God trieth the hearts and reins.
My defence is of God, which saveth the upright in heart. God judgeth
the righteous, and God is angry with the wicked every day.
Psalm 7:6ff (Spoke 7, Inner Cycle 1)
The phrase translated as judge me, O LORD is שפטני יהוה (Shophatni YHVH).
This is very closely related to the name of God given only in the Book of Judges: יהוה השפט (YHVH HaShophet, the Lord the Judge).
Both phrases use the same root as the name of the seventh book, שפטים (Shophatim, Judges).
The Psalm continues, and now turns to the literal meaning of the name of the
seventh letter, "weapon":
If he turn not, he will whet his sword; he hath bent his bow, and
made it ready. He hath also prepared for him the instruments of death;
he ordaineth his arrows against the persecutors.
Insight from the Gematria Reference
The numerical weight of the Divine Name The Lord the Judge revealed in Book 7
also integrates with the Number 7:
The Lord The Judge
= 420 = 7 x 60
The Number 60 is the value of the word
(Bohen) which is variously translated as
try, prove, examine, tempt, or trial. This word first appears
in the Psalms in verse 9 of Psalm 7 (quoted above)
translated as trieth. We have, therefore, an integrated alphanumeric
relation based soley on content from Spoke 7. Recalling the meaning of the Number 7 as Perfection, wraps up the meaning of these
The Lord The Judge = Perfect (7) x Trial/Examination (60)