Number 30

Number 30 is considered to be a number of maturity, loyalty and true dedication to certain sphere or action. In Bible, Aaronic priests started their service when they turned 30, because they were considered to be mature and fully understood their actions, responsibilities, consequences and were able to be responsible for it. John the Baptist also started his mission at 30, because he fully understood his purpose. When Jesus turned 30, he began reading the gospel out loud to other people. Joseph and King David became rulers when they were 30 years old.

Number 30 is also associated with sacrifice, as there were 30 coins that tempted Judas to sell Jesus out. It resulted in the greatest sacrifice in a world, when Jesus took away all the sins of humanity with his death.

Ezekiel wrote a book when he was thirty, as during this period of time he received a vision from God about a wheel inside another wheel.

Number 30 is also connected to the grief, as dead people were mourned for 30 days, like the death of Moses and Aaron.

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