Sayings on Discipleship
The Sayings of Discipleship: In this parable, 'a large crowd' comes before Jesus. The gematria diagram reveals the crowd only contains four men. Jesus then talks to them one by one. The diagram shows the first man does not "hate" his father, mother, wife, children, brothers, and sisters. The word "hate" is actually a code word meaning "love less." The man must actually love Jesus more than his family members who love Jesus less. Jesus tells him that if he can not do that, then he can not be his disciple. Jesus tells the second man to carry his own cross behind Jesus, meaning to follow him. Jesus tells him that if he can't do this, meaning he can't accept persecution, then he also can not be his disciple. Jesus tells the third man a parable about a man who wants to build a tower. That man must compute the cost to build the tower. But that man is not able to finish the job because he didn't compute the cost of building a good foundation. The man became afraid of being ridiculed for not finishing the job, for not being strong enough to build his foundation. This is a metaphor for what it will cost a man to have faith in Jesus when people begin to make fun of him for believing in Jesus. If this man cannot accept ridicule then he can not be a disciple of Jesus. The fourth man is a king who might have to go to war against another king who commands a much larger force. The weaker king then sues for peace. He is not willing to become a martyr for his faith in Jesus. This parable was probably a metaphor for anyone who refused to make a small sacrifice to worship the Roman emperor upon pain of death and renounce all their possessions. Anyone who sued for peace to Caesar could not be a disciple of Jesus. This parable contains 9 verses, 28 phrases, 170 Greek words translated into literal English, not the paraphrased translations you see in most bibles today, resulting in 26 amazing gematria diagrams. You need to know a few key gematria words to solve these four puzzles. The Greek gospel text for this story was filled with drawing instructions for each gematria diagram. This gematria parable will stun you.
The Sacred Geometry Story
Setting: a starting kingdom based on a simple gematria construction good for the entire story.
The Characters: Jesus, a large crowd of four men, a father, a mother, a wife, two children, two brothers, two sisters, a disciple of Jesus, two hecklers, two kings, two ambassadors.
Signs of 7 Objects: a cross, a tower, a foundation, all possessions, a life, a war, peace terms, 10,000, 20,000.
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| 29a 29b 29c | 30 | 31a 31b 31c | 32a 32b | 33a 33b 33c 33d |
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