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Bible Study: Basic Biblical Symbolism and Numerology Chart

BASIC BIBLICAL SYMBOLISM AND NUMEROLOGY CHART

The following is a very basic chart of symbolic and number meaning found in the Bible.  They were determined by examining all of the Scripture portions dealing with these items and deriving the overall meaning and common denominators from how they were repeatedly used. 

SYMBOLS
Gold    = Deity
Silver    = Redemption
Brass    =   Judgment
Blue    =  Heavenly Nature (Perfection)
Purple   = Royalty
Scarlet/Red  = Sacrifice
Wood (Accacia/Shittim) = Humanity
Fine Linen (White)  = Righteousness
Oil  = Holy Spirit
Rams Skins  = Atonement
Goats Hair  = Atonement
Badgers Skins  = Humanity / Outward Appearance Of Christ
Horn  = Power / Authority
Eyes  = Wisdom
Serpent  = Sin / Devil
Lion  = King
Beast  = Living Creature
Earthquake / Thunder  = Judgement
Voices  = Intelligence
Crystal / Glass  = Holiness / Purity
Rainbow  = Covenant
Sea   = Earthly Nations / (if applied to something in  heaven) Endless or Limitless
Fire  = Holy Spirit
Green  = Life
 
NUMBERS
One = Unity / Sovereignty / God
Two = Division / Trouble, can also mean Unity (as in marriage)
Three = Trinity / Perfection
Four = Earth
Five = Grace
Six = Sin / Man
Seven = Divine Perfection
Eight = Resurrection / New Beginning
Nine = Judgement
Ten = World Number (worldly government, control of world)
Eleven = Incomplete / Sinful
Twelve = Governmental Perfection (Godly government)
Forty = Generation / Judgement
Fifty = Freedom / Joy / Jubilee
Seventy = Lifespan / Perfect World Government

THE CAMP OF ISRAEL IN THE WILDERNESS AS A REFLECTION OF GOD’S THRONE IN HEAVEN

The Layout of the Camp of Israel as given in the book of Numbers, chapter 2, with their battle flags (standards) around the Tabernacle are symbolic of the throne of God with its’ surrounding living creatures.

4 Leaders (Tribes):
Judah
Ephrain
Reuben
Dan

Banners:
Lion
Ox,
Man
Eagle

Ezekiel’s Vision:
Lion
Ox
Man
Eagle

Four Gospel Views of Christ by Focus:
Matthew-King of Jews
Mark – Servant
Luke – Humanity
John – Divinity

Revelation 4:1-11:
Lion
Ox
Man
Eagle