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The 7th Sign Miracle
Jesus Raises Lazarus

The 7th Sign Miracle

John 11:1 - 44

The Seven Sign Miracles: | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 |

The Sacred Geometry Story

The Seventh Sign Miracle happened at a tomb outside of Bethany. Jesus went away across the Jordan to the place where John was baptizing. Jesus heard from Mary and Martha, the sisters of Lazarus of Bethany, that he was sick. After waiting 2 days in that place he returned to Judea saying, Lazarus is sleeping but I will wake him." Bethany was near Jerusalem, about 15 stadia away. Having come, Lazarus was already 4 days in the tomb. Martha met Jesus near the tomb, followed by some Jews and Mary who said, "if you were here he would not have died." Jesus shed tears. The Jews said, "Having opened the eyes of the one born blind, he can't make this man not to die?" Jesus came to the tomb, it was a cave covered by a stone. Jesus said, "Lift the stone, and Father, thank you for hearing me!" With a great voice he said, "Lazarus come out!" He came out bound around with grave clothes and a face cloth. Jesus said, "Untie him and allow him to go.

The last miracle was performed by using gematria to see the geometry of the tomb. This 7th miracle took 44 verses to tell and was the most difficult to solve. Some of these diagrams are astounding. Every word Jesus said, or was said to or about him, moved the characters around on the graph. Even the two days in a place, the four days in a tomb, or the 15 stadia to Bethany was gematria proof that the words in each verse were true. Verses 40 to 44, the emergence of Lazarus from the tomb, is a fantastic series of gematria diagrams that tie together all the signs you see below.

The 4 Settings: Some place across the Jordan where John was baptizing, then to a house in Bethany in Judea, then a place between Bethany and the tomb, then the cave-tomb where Lazarus was buried.

6 Signs for these unique Characters: Jesus, Thomas Didymus, his fellow disciples, Martha, Mary, Lazarus, plus a small crowd of Jews.

29 Signs for these Objects in the story: 6 characters, ointment, sickness, life, death, glory, a place, a house, twelve hours, a day, a night, light, stadia, a resurrection, an age, the cosmos, a village, a spirit, tears, a tomb, a cave, a stone, grave clothes, a face cloth.

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