Number 4

Number 4 in Bible is tightly connected to the creation. On the fourth day God created the light of day and the dark of night, the universe with planets, Moon and the Sun, the soil that feeds us and holds us, and the stars in order for people to follow the time, understand that months and years went by. (Genesis 1:14 – 19)

Number 4 in Commandments is about honoring the Holy day, a day when God created everything and was having a rest. Also, one of the most important women in history – Eve – was mentioned 4 times through the Bible. The only phrase which is repeated in Gospel is in Psalm 107 and it is mentioned 4 times.

Number 4 has a sense of completeness, for example apostle Paul was the man who embodied four cultures in one: he lived in Rome, was a Christian and spoke Greek and Hebrew. There are four evidences of God which are wonders, miracles, signs and gifts of Holy Spirit. Four corners create one land and four seasons create one year. The same completeness can be seen in 4 gospels from Matthew, John, Luke and Mark that compile one story of Jesus life and mission. Matthew tells the story of Christ’s genealogy, John proclaims Jesus as the only Son of God, Luke depicts him as a perfect creation and Mark retells the obstacles and sorrows Jesus went through during his age.

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