Gospel of Matthew is the first of four Gospel accounts of the Word in the Holy Bible. Matthew in Hebrew means "Gift of Yahveh" just as this wonderfully, meaningful book to the Hebrews of that time is a gift of deep understanding in a spiritual context. Matthew was known as Levi, as the Levites were the appointed "ministers" of the Word under Ahron, whose name correlates to the same gematrical value (256) as Devarim [meaning "The Word" in Hebrew]. This helps the believer understand how Ahron was the spokeperson for Moses, an early antitype of the Word in the old covenant. This account, first penned in Hebrew, was later translated into Greek, and possesses so much deep spiritual meaning that failing to fully understand this Gospel narrative will result in continued ignorance in the believer's life.
Join me as I examine what the Gospel of Matthew account is saying about the number 40
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