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By Divine Order by Michael Hoggard $24.95

 

 
Michael Hoggard masterfully uncovers numerical patterns found in the King James Bible.
 

      The purpose of this book is to provide undeniable evidence that the Holy Bible is divinely inspired in all of its details.

       As you read the evidence contained in this book, you will see that God has absolutely preserved his word for our use and understanding.  

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wish to thank Michael Hoggard for bringing to light the fascinating discovery of textual and numerical patterns, revealing the divine inspiration of the King James translation...This should be on every believer’s shelf, as it provides evidence beyond a  doubt that the Holy Scriptures were the product of a providential plan, and not mere stories passed down by man. I encourage you to read this book with an open mind and follow Michael Hoggard’s step-by-step unfolding of THE DIVINE ORDER.”      

William J. Federer

Author of America’s God and Country

This book is highly recommended.

It leads the reader TO his own King James Bible, and not to outside commentaries and lexicons.  

If the very hairs of our head are all numbered, God has no doubt taken equal care with his holy word.   

   


Observe some of the mathematical miracles in the KJV...

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here are no books in the world, let alone other English bible versions, or do-it-yourself translations from Greek and Hebrew that will exhibit the following.   This example is just for the FIRST VERSE of the King James Bible and the LAST VERSE of the King James Bible.

Miraculous phenomenon are everywhere within the King James Bible.  

“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.”

Gen. 1:1 “The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.” Rev. 22:21   

Count the number of letters in the first verse of the KJB___________ 

Count the number of letters in the last verse of the KJB___________      

Count the number of vowels in the first verse of the KJB__________ 

Count the number of vowels in the last verse of the KJB__________  

Count the number of consonants in the first verse of the KJB_______ 

Count the number of consonants in the last verse of the KJB_______ 

(See Answer Sheet on page below.)


 

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here are no books in the world, let alone other bible versions, or do-it-yourself translations that will exhibit the following.   

This example is just for the beginning, the first verse, of the King James Bible and the ending, the last verse of the King James Bible.

Miraculous phenomenon are everywhere within the King James Bible.  

“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” Gen. 1:1 

“The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.”

Rev. 22:21   

Count the number of letters in the first verse of the KJB_____44______ 

Count the number of letters in the last verse of the KJB_____44______   

Count the number of vowels in the first verse of the KJB_____17____ 

Count the number of vowels in the last verse of the KJB_____17_____   

Count the number of consonants in the first verse of the KJB____27____ 

Count the number of consonants in the last verse of the KJB_____27____  

Jesus is the Word. Jesus also said, “I am Alpha and Omega (letters), the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord…” (Rev. 1:8)  


 

 If you think that is something, try this: 
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he most important verse in the Holy Bible is 1 John 5:7. It distinguishes the Christian religion from ALL others. (The section ends saying, “This is the true God... 1 John 5:20”). It identifies the Trinity and states that Jesus is God. 

“For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost; and these three are one” 1 John 5:7. 

Jesus is not only “the beginning and the ending,” he is “in the midst.” He is “in the midst” of the Trinity, in 1 John 5:7.  He is in the midst of the New Testament also, in I John 5:7.   Jesus is found “in the midst” many times in the Bible: See Matt. 14:24, 25; 18:2, Luke 5:19; Luke 6:8, 9; Luke 24:36 “Jesus himself stood in the midst”, John 8:9, 8:59; John 18:19 “Jesus in the midst”, John 20:19, John 20:26.   

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ecause this verse is SO important, it has been removed in new versions and was removed by the Greek Orthodox Church (which is not really orthodox in its beliefs) from most Greek manuscripts (so much for ‘the Greek says.”  However it is in ALL the Holy Bibles in ALL languages.    

Count the number of letters in the first verse of the KJB___________ 

Count the number of letters in the last verse of the KJB___________      

Count the number of letters in 1 John 5:7                   Total___________  

Count the number of vowels in the first verse of the KJB__________  

ount the number of vowels in the last verse of the KJB__________ 

Count the total number of vowels in 1 John 5:7        Total___________   

Count the number of consonants in the first verse of the KJB_______ 

Count the number of consonants in the last verse of the KJB_______ 

Count the total number of consonants in 1 John 5:7 Total___________

(See Answer Sheet on page below)


 (Answer Sheet) 

f you think that is something, try this: 

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he most important verse in the Holy Bible is 1 John 5:7. It distinguishes the Christian religion from ALL others. (The section ends saying, “this is the true God…”). It identifies the Trinity and states that Jesus is God.“For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost; and these three are one” 1 John 5:7 
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ecause this verse is SO important, it has been removed in new versions and was removed by the Greek Orthodox Church (which is not really orthodox in its beliefs) from most Greek manuscripts. However it is in ALL the Holy Bibles in ALL languages. 

Jesus is not only “the beginning and the ending,” he is “in the midst.” (Matt. 14:24, 25; 18:2, Luke 5:19; Luke 6:8, 9; Luke 24:36 “Jesus himself stood in the midst”, John 8:9, 8:59; John 18:19 “Jesus in the midst”, John 20:19, John 20:26.   

Count the number of letters in the first verse of the KJB_____44______ 

Count the number of letters in the last verse of the KJB______44_____  

Count the number of letters in 1 John 5:7                   Total______88_____ ·                 

When you total the letters in the first and last verse they equal 88, the same as the total letters in 1 John 5:7 

Count the number of vowels in the first verse of the KJB_____17_____ 

Count the number of vowels in the last verse of the KJB______17____ 

Count the total number of vowels in 1 John 5:7        Total_______34____ ·                 

When you total the vowels in the first and last verse, they total equal 34, the same as the total vowels in 1 John 5:7  Count the number of consonants in the first verse of the KJB____27___ 

Count the number of consonants in the last verse of the KJB_____27___ 

Count the total number of consonants in 1 John 5:7 Total________54___·                 

When you total the consonants in the first and last verse, they equal 54, the same number of consonants in1 John 5:7. As if the fact that the first and last verses of the Bible match identically weren’t enough to blow anyone’s mind, (and they also match 1 John 5:7 too), let’s look even further. It gets more interesting (the Holy Bible goes deeper and deeper).  

First verse letters   44 

Last verse letters    44 

Total 88

First verse vowels  17 

Last verse vowels  17      

Total 34

First verse consonants    27

Last verse consonants     27  

Total 54 

First verse words               10

Last verse words                12   

Total 22  

Now, count the words in 1 John 5:7                                         

Total 22 

Therefore, the total letters, consonants, vowels, and words in 1 John 5:7 are identical to those in the beginning and the ending verses in the Holy Bible. 

It gets much more interesting!

See The King James Code or By Divine Order by Michael Hoggard

 He said he would preserve the jot (letters) and the tittle (marks on the letters).    

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