THE BOOK - Ezekiel In Deep Water
Chapters:      
Introduction
Questioning Christmatics
Israel In Shallow Water
Jacob's 70 Souls In Egypt
Ezekiel In Deep Water
Root Of David-Branch 1
Joseph‘s Stick-Branch 2
JUDAH‘s Stick-Branch 3
Ezekiel’s Two Sticks
Zorobabel In Deeper Water
God’s Signet Zorobabel
World Wide Water To Swim In
Hebrew And Greek Gematria
Conclusion



 

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With respect to Ezekiel chapter 37, the number 37 just happens to be the 12th prime number. Accordingly, it is the 12th prime chapter in the book of Ezekiel. The chapter begins saying that Ezekiel was carried away by the spirit of the Lord, and set down in the midst of a valley that was full of bones.
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The number 2 is the 1st prime number. Verse 2 is the 1st prime verse in the chapter.
In it, Ezekiel was caused to pass around the bones. He observed there were many, and they were very dry.
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The number 3 is the 2nd prime number. Verse 3 is the 2nd prime verse.
In it, the Lord asked Ezekiel if the bones could live. “Oh Lord God, Thou knowest“ he replied.
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Verse 5 is the 3rd prime verse.
In it, the Lord God said He would cause breath to enter into them, and they shall live.
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Verse 7is the 4th prime verse.
In it, Ezekiel prophesied as he was commanded, and there was a great noise, and shaking, and the bones came together, bone to his bone.
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Verse 11 is the 5th prime verse.
In it, the Lord said to Ezekiel that these bones are the whole house of Israel: Quote : behold, they say, Our bones are dried, and our hope is lost: we are cut off for our parts. UNQUOTE.
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Verse 13 is the 6th prime verse in the chapter.
In it, Israel shall know who the Lord is when He has brought them up out of their graves.
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Verse 17 is the 7th prime verse.
In it, Ezekiel is to put 2 sticks into one of his hands, and they shall become 1.
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19 is the 8th prime number. Verse 19 is the 8th prime verse in the chapter.
In it, Ezekiel is to say that God would take 1 of the sticks from the hand of Epharim and put it together with the other stick, and make them 1 stick. Epharim was one of two sons born to Joseph in Egypt. Joseph was then the ruler over all of Egypt under Pharaoh.
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Christmatics numbers many dry bones in Ezekiel’s vision of dry bones by optionally numbering the generations listed in the New Testament genealogy of Lord Jesus.
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Three sketches above are about Ezekiel’s dry bones holding 2 sticks, while standing in the waters of past generations.. According to Ezekiel 37 : 16, one of the two sticks is to be written upon (Ju)“For JUDAH, and for the children of Israel his companions”. The other stick is to be written upon (Jo) “For Joseph, the stick of Ephraim, and for all the house of Israel his companions”.
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In the sketch 1, he is holding them separately in his two hands. In Christmatics, the 2 sticks illustrate the Immaculate Trinitarian Parallel with 3 groups of 33 generations in the New Testament’s genealogy of Jesus.
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In sketch 2, the 2 sticks foreshadow 66 generations netted totally between ADAM #001 and Christ JESUS #100. They represent in truth, 3 branches of 33 generations each. Note that the stick of JUDAH (colored BLUE) is above the stick of Joseph. Both are in Ezekiel’s left hand. The stick of JUDAH there, is in the Immaculate Trinitarian Parallel . Here it is paralling 33 generations between ADAM and King DAVID as shown in sketc 3. The stick of JOseph (colored mostly RED) is in the Trinitarian Parallel also, It parallels 2 branches of generations between King DAVID and Christ JESUS that average 33 generations as shown in sketch 3. The 2 branches after King DAVID list 66 generations combined. 39 of them are listed from NATHAN’s descendants. The other 27 of them are listed and numbered from King Solomon’s descendants including King DAVID’s in his split genealogy. The first 6 descendants of NATHAN are numbered before King Solomon‘s son Roboam #042, ending temporarily there with JOSEPH #041. JOSEPH #041 was the father of JUDAH #067 in Christmatics preferred numbering. JUDAH #067 begins Branch 3, JUDAH‘s Stick of 33 (averaged) generations.
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Sketch 3 is with the 2 sticks both in Ezekiel’s right hand. The stick of JUDAH (colored BLUE) is in parallel with Christmatics Branch 3, excluding the first 6 of 39 descendants of NATHAN in JOseph‘s Stick, Branch 2. NATHAN (#035 in Cheristmatics) was the brother of King Solomon #035 both in the 35th generation listed. Note that NATHAN himself is not counted in either branch 2 or branch 3 because King Solomon and NATHAN are brothers. Together, they count for only 1 generation.
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The (MOSTLY RED) stick of JOseph begins with King DAVID. King DAVID #034 and King Solomon #035 are the 1st 2 generations listed in JOseph’s Stick, Branch 2. Immediately after King Solomon (#035), the first 6 descendants of King Solomon’s brother NATHAN (#035) are listed beginning with MATTATHA #036, and ending with JOSEPH #041 who was the father of JUDAH #067. JUDAH #067 is the 1st generation listed in JUDAH’S #067 Stick, Branch 3.

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NOTE: Joseph #066 who was the husband of the virgin MARY mother of JESUS #100, is numbered 1 generation before JUDAH #067. JUDAH #067 was the begotten son of JOSEPH #041. The numerical average of 33 generations in Branches 2 and 3, (JOseph’s Stick and JUDAH’s Stick) is found between JOSEPH #041 and his son JUDAH #067. That averaged central location is found 7 generations after King DAVID #034 going down NATHAN’s (#035‘s) descendants near the beginning of Branch 2 in Joseph’s #066 Stick Branch 2 between JOSEPH‘s #041 and his son JUDAH #067. Accordingly, JOseph’s Stick is COLORED MOSTLY RED.
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AMEN . . . 99