Gabriel Erb #fundie

Alright, so let’s take a closer look now at the first verse of the Bible, which is literally the first sentence of the Creation story. Because here’s the deal … I believe not only did God “declare the end from the beginning” through the 7 Day Creation story — that it would be YEAR 6,000 — but I believe He left a clue in the VERY FIRST VERSE of the Bible to when that year 6,000 would arrive on our Gregorian calendar!

“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” (Genesis 1:1)

That’s it! That’s all it says. But this is actually a fascinating sentence for it’s claiming from the very beginning of Creation God simultaneously brought time, space, and matter into existence. “In the beginning” is time, “heaven’ is space, and “earth” is the matter. And those 3 things make up the world we know today.

But let’s look now at Wikipedia’s page for Genesis 1:1, for it will show how this sentence was originally written in Hebrew. In the Masoretic text it contains 7 words made up of a total of 28 letters!

How about that? There’s the number 7 again! Seven Hebrew words make up the very first sentence of the Bible! Amazing! Remember, that’s the number God went on to use in the Creation story (7 Days) to foretell His complete plan for Earth.

But then we find those 7 Hebrew words are made from a total of exactly 28 letters! How about that? Friend, I believe God attached the number “28” to the first verse of the Bible in order to be able to have another way to “declare the end from the beginning!” Specifically, that Earth’s 6,000 year will arrive AD 2028! Stunning!

I stumbled across this information in November 2018, surfing the web on Google, and it floored me! The page said … 28 is an abbreviation for such years as 1928 and 2028. And then it said … 28 is the number of Hebrew letters in Genesis 1:1. Instantly, I heard, “I declared the end from the beginning. Earth’s 6,000 year will be AD 2028, the year of the end and Jesus Christ’s return!”



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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