If you have read the Bible, you may have noticed that the number 7 appears many times. This number has many hidden meanings, so it may be interesting to discover some of them. It is no secret that the number 7 is related to God and divine forces, so when it comes to your life, it could mean that an important message from the universe is coming to you.
There are different ways in which God is trying to contact us and one of the most common ways is numbers.
The number 7 is very important in the biblical sense, so if you decide to read this article, you will know what that number means.
But before we say what the number 7 means in the Bible, you will see what that number can mean in general and what message may be hidden behind it.
In addition, we will provide the reasons why the number 7 is showing up in your life and what you could do the moment you see it next time.
If you have a feeling that the number 7 has appeared many times in your life recently, then it may be helpful for you to read our article. We are sure that you will learn something new and find many interesting facts about the number 7 and its symbolism.
What does the number 7 mean?
When it comes to the meaning of the number 7, we must first say that it is a spiritual number usually associated with inner wisdom and knowledge. If that number enters your life, it may be a sign that you must follow your inner intuition and your inner voices. In this way, you will also be able to hear the voice of God, which means that you will receive divine help, even if you are not aware of it.
The number 7 may also be saying that you can be a good example for other people and your model. Your angels have seen great potential in you and want to help you succeed. If you accept the guidance of your angels and your help, you will choose the right spiritual path and become an inspiration to others. In addition, other people will admire you and your success.
We also have to take into account that the number 7 is actually the sum of the numbers 3 and 4. The number 4 is known as a series of hard work and personal efforts, while the number 3 is related to mysticism and creativity.
The number 7 will help you find the deeper purpose of your life and fulfill your soul’s mission. If that number is showing up in your life very often, it could mean that you are close to achieving your life purpose. Your angels will encourage you through the number 7 to be persistent and never give up on your dreams.
As you can see, the number 7 can carry a message from your guardian angels, so you should not ignore that number if it keeps showing up in your life. However, the most important thing is to find out what the number 7 can mean in the biblical sense. It is known that this number is used many times in the Bible, so if you continue to read this article, you will have the opportunity to discover a deeper meaning of the number 7.
Number seven appearances in Bible
There are at least seven men in the Old Testament who are specifically mentioned as a man of God. They are Moses (Joshua 14: 6), David (2 Chronicles 8:14), Samuel (1 Samuel 9: 6, 14), Shemaiah (1 Kings 12:22), Elijah (1 Kings 17:18), Elisha (2 Kings 5: 8) and Igdalias (Jeremiah 35: 4).
In the book of Hebrews, written by the apostle Paul, he uses seven titles to refer to Christ. The titles are ‘Heir to all things’ (Hebrews 1: 2),’ Captain of our salvation ‘(2:10),’ Apostle ‘(3: 1),’ Author of salvation ‘(5: 9),’ Precursor ‘(6:20),’ High Priest ‘(10:21) and’ Author and finisher of our faith ‘(12: 2).
In Matthew 13, Jesus is said to have given seven parables (Matthew 13: 3 – 9, 24 – 30, 31 – 32, 33, 44, 45 – 46, 47). Seven Psalms are attributed to David in the New Testament (Psalms 2, 16, 32, 41, 69, 95 and 109).
In the book of Revelation, there are seven churches, seven angels for the seven churches, seven seals, seven trumpet plagues, seven thunders and the last seven plagues. The first resurrection of the dead occurs at the 7th trumpet, completing salvation for the Church.
Used 735 times (54 times only in the book of Revelation), the number 7 is the foundation of the word of God. If we include in this count how many times ‘seven times’ (6) and ‘seventh’ (119) are used, our total jumps to 860 references.
Seven is the number of completeness and perfection (both physical and spiritual). Much of its meaning derives from being directly linked to the creation of all things by God. According to some Jewish traditions, the creation of Adam took place on September 26, 3760 B.C. (or the first day of Tishri, which is the seventh month of the Hebrew calendar). The word ‘created’ is used 7 times to describe God’s creative work (Genesis 1: 1, 21, 27 three times; 2: 3; 2: 4). There are 7 days in the week and God’s Sabbath is the 7th day.
The Bible, as a whole, was originally divided into 7 main divisions. They are 1) the Law; 2) the Prophets; 3) the Writings or Psalms; 4) the Gospels and Acts; 5) the General Epistles; 6) Paul’s epistles; and 7) the book of Revelation. The total number of books originally inspired was forty-nine, or 7 x 7, demonstrating the absolute perfection of the Word of God.
The biblical and prophetic meaning of the number 7
It is known that in the Bible God gave symbolic meanings to numbers, so that they can represent different concepts. If you would like to know what the number 7 stands for in the Bible, then you should read this chapter.
The number 7 is not only a number that your angels can send you, but it is also a very important number in a prophetic sense. This number is mentioned 735 times in the Bible, so we can say that it is one of the most cited numbers in this book.
We also have to say that the ordinal number 7 is used 119 times in the Bible, while the word “seven times” is used 6 times. If we take all this into account, we have that the result of 735 + 119 + 6 is 860, which means that the number 7 is mentioned 860 times in the Bible.
Now you can see how important that number is in the Bible and we will tell you why it is appearing so often in this book. There are so many biblical meanings hidden behind the number 7 and now you will see some of the most important ones.
When it comes to the biblical meanings of the number 7, we have to say that it is the number of perfection and integrity. The first time the number 7 was used in the Bible was in Genesis 1, when the number 7 was used to determine the week of creation. The word “created” is mentioned 7 times in Genesis and is used to describe God’s creative work.
It is also known that the day of God’s rest is the 7th day, which is generally called the Sabbath. It is also important to say that there are 7 days in a week.
According to the Bible, the number 7 is the number of perfection. In fact, it is known that after 7 days the whole world was completed and God did his work.
As you can see, at the beginning of the Bible the number 7 was identified with something that is already complete.
An interesting thing is that the entire Bible is divided into 7 parts and their names are: the Law, the Prophets, the Psalms, the Gospels, the General Epistles, the Epistles of Paul and also the Book of Revelation.
There are so many places in the Bible where the number 7 was mentioned. We must say that in the Old Testament 7 men were described as men of God. Their names were David, Elijah, Samuel, Moses, Igdalia, Shemaiah and Elisha.
The apostle Paul used 7 different titles in his book of Hebrews that described Jesus Christ. Some of these titles are “High Priest”, “Apostle”, “Author of Salvation”, etc. In the New Testament there were 7 Psalms attributed to David, while in the Book of Revelation 7 churches, 7 angels, 7 thunders, 7 seals, 7 trumpet plagues, etc. were described.
It is also considered in the Bible that there are 7 Holy Days in the year and the first of these is Easter. The last of these Holy Days occurs in the 7th month and its name is Last Great Day. According to the Bible, there were 7 miracles that Jesus Christ performed on the Sabbath day. These are just some of the places in the Bible where the number 7 was mentioned, but there are also many others.
The number 7 is considered the number of spiritual perfection because it is a symbol of the work of God. You may not have known it, but the number 7 was the most sacred number for the Hebrews. As we have already said, this number is a symbol of the perfect world, of perfection and of heaven. The meaning of the number 7 is still important today. We can recognize this sacred number in all aspects of our lives.
Now, when you know what the number 7 means in the biblical sense and what it can prophetically symbolize, we are sure that you will understand its symbolism much better. Of course, the number 7 is related to God, angels and the spirit world. If that number enters your life, it is a good sign; therefore, if you want to find out why the number 7 is showing up in your life, you should read the next chapter.
Why are you seeing the number 7?
If you rarely see the number 7, it means nothing. It is just a common number that is appearing in your everyday life. But, if you notice that the number 7 is showing up in your life more than before and if you feel a special energy the moment you see that number, it probably means that it is the number that comes from the universe for you.
Our guardian angels are believed to be using different signals to communicate with us and bring us important messages. If the number 7 comes to you, it is a sign that you need to complete something that you started. Now you have the opportunity to use all of your natural talents and abilities, because they will help you achieve your goals much more easily.
If you are seeing the number 7 all the time, it is a clear sign that you will overcome all obstacles and problems in your path. A clear message that your guardian angels are sending you in this way is that success and prosperity are waiting for you in the future.
As we have already said, the number 7 is a symbol of creative energy and mysticism, so if that number enters your life path, you can be sure that you will succeed. The number 7 will certainly bring you prosperity and abundance, so you don’t have to worry.
Of course, you must take into account that the number 7 is very significant biblically and prophetically. We hope this article has been helpful to you and has certainly helped you to understand the symbolism of the number 7 and its deeper meaning. We are sure that after reading this article, you will never ignore the number 7 again when it appears in a certain situation in your life.
Additional information on the biblical meaning of 7
Jesus performed seven miracles on God’s holy Sabbath day (from sunset Friday to Saturday sunset), thus affirming his continued holiness for God and need in the believer’s life.
- Jesus healed the stunted hand of a man who attended synagogue services (Matthew 12: 9)
- In the Capernaum synagogue, he expels an impure spirit that possessed a man (Mark 1:21)
- Shortly after the above miracle, Jesus heals Peter’s mother from a fever (Mark 1:29)
- A woman who attended the synagogue, who was ill by a demon for eighteen years, is freed from her bondage (Luke 13:11)
- At the home of a Pharisee eating with his host and several lawyers, Jesus heals a man with dropsy (Luke 14: 2)
- A man who is disabled and unable to walk is healed in the pool of Bethesda (John 5: 8-9)
- Jesus heals a man born blind in the tank of Siloam (John 9:14)
Seven is a holy number that often represents divine completion or fulfillment. God used seven times throughout Scripture for Jewish festivals, and he is not finished yet.
We will experience the fullness of seven in the seventieth week mentioned in Daniel, as well as witnessing the various sevens mentioned in Revelation that have not yet happened.
In short, we must remember that not all seven mentioned in the Scriptures are seven saints. We must always be careful when it comes to biblical symbolism and check everything against Scripture and the original context.