What does number 777 mean in christian religion?

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7 is the number of perfection, as God created everything in 6 days and rested on the 7th, and three 7's is symbolic for the Trinity, God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
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What does a tattoo of the number 777 symbolize?

777 is considered a sacred number in Hebrew traditions, in Kabbalah, and Hermeticism. In the Qabalistic sense, 777 refers to the 'Flaming Sword', or path that runs through the Tree of Life, tying together the 22 paths. Occultist Aleister Crowley discussed 777 in reference to Qabalistic and Hermetic traditions in his book '777 and other Qabalistic writings' . In this work the second part or book is 'Liber 777' which opens stating; 'The Following is an attempt to systematise alike the data of mysticism and the results of comparative religion'... [Crowley, Liber 777, ix, Weiser Publications 1986] Shortly after Crowley states; 'We can refer everything in the Universe to the system of pure number, whose symbols will be intelligible to all rational minds in an identical sense. And the relations between these symbols are fixed by nature. There is no particular point-for most ordinary purposes-in discussing whether 49 is or is not the square of 7' [Crowley, Liber 777, xix, Weiser Publications 1986]. As we can see Crowley's aim is purely logical and rational in his approach to numbers as universal data which, when followed properly, cannot be refuted. The relation of letters or words being attributed to numbers is an ancient Hebrew tradition, not the work of Western Esoteric tradition, although Crowley rekindled Western Occult schools interest in it. '777' is not the opposite of '666', and is not related with Daemonology. To further on my last answer there is also this, from wiki: According to various Judaic sources, the Star or Shield of David signifies the number seven: that is, the six points plus the center. The earliest known Jewish text to mention the symbol is Eshkol Ha-Kofer by the Karaite Judah Hadassi, in the mid-12th century CE: "Seven names of angels precede the mezuzah: Michael, Gabriel, etc. ... Tetragrammaton protect you! And likewise the sign, called the 'Shield of David', is placed beside the name of each angel.". The Menorah on the Arch of Titus: notice the three stems on each side plus the central stem, totaling seven. The number seven has religious significance in Judaism, e.g., the six days of Creation plus the seventh day of rest, the six working days in the week plus Shabbat, the Seven Spirits of God, as well as the Menorah in the ancient Temple, whose seven oil lamps rest on three stems branching from each side of a central pole. Perhaps, the Star of David came to be used as a standard symbol in synagogues because its organization into 3+3+1 corresponds to the Temple's Menorah, which was the more traditional symbol for Judaism in ancient times. There are also six words in the Shema, the most important prayer in Judaism, and it is not uncommon to find the Shema written around a Star of David. Continued (Nefiliim): " The "Lamb in the midst of the throne" in Revelation 5:6, has seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven spirits of God. The geometer's image of this is the seven horns and seven triangles containing eyes. The eyed triangle of the heptagon, which has the base angle nearly the same as that of the Great Pyramid in Egypt may be the origin of the mystic symbol of the eye in the pyramid." [Michell, The Dimensions of Paradise; Sacred Geometry, Ancient Science, and the heavenly order on Earth, Inner traditions Press, Vermont, 1971, 88] "No one has yet discovered how to construct a perfect heptagon; it is one of the mysteries associated with the number 7" More to come...

Is 777 777-7777 a real phone number?

There is no area code 777 in North America (USA, Canada, etc.). There are several possibilities: . The Caller ID data somehow got corrupted on its way to yourphone. . It is relatively easy to send fake Caller ID data through thesystem. . Some VoIP services send fake Caller ID on calls from Internetusers. . The number could be in Cuernavaca, Mexico, which is area code+52 777. . The number could be in Kazakhstan, which is country code+7.

What does the vine mean in christian religion?

In the Bible, John 15 Jesus is talking about how he is the vine, and we are the branches, some of the branches need to be cut off, and some of them can grow strong and long. He is also saying that we are nothing withought him. We cannot be withought him, if we fall from the vine, we will wither away and die. If you want to know more grab a Bible and go to John 15. To understand what it's saying you should read what comes before, and what comes after the verse.

Gods number is 777 why 777?

In the first chapter of the Bible, we are introduced to seven churches. In Rev 1:20 we read of seven churches having seven stars (which are seven angels) and seven lampstands which symbolize those churches. It is NOT just because Satan has 666. Both numbers have a meaning. Read the bible to answer your questions.

Does Christianity mean to oppose other Religions?

It's difficult at best to answer questions regarding Christianity in general when modern professing Christianity boasts literally hundreds of denominations, many of which exist on the premise of their own carnal minded ideas, instead of following the Bible. Many of them, in their attempts to find acceptance in their communities, compromise biblical commands for political correctness and welcome any and all religious beliefs, practices and gods into their fold. Others are not so "tolerant." The word "tolerant," on the other hand, is found nowhere in the Bible. Nor is the word, "compromise." The word, "Christianity" is nowhere in the Bible, although the singular, "Christian" and plural, "Christians" is. And we can't be certain that they weren't coined by people in the beginning as an expression of derogation. "...if any man suffer as a Christian, let him not be ashamed..." (I Peter 4:16). To answer the question from the Bible, therefore, instead of trying to get into the heads of hundreds of manmade denominations... "...Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the Commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus." (Rev.14:12) Many denominations of professing Christians don't advocate BOTH of these things; having faith in Christ AND keeping His Commandments. Many of them teach their flocks that the Commandments are "nailed to the cross," when it's really talking about the "sacrificial laws"... and they ignorantly accept the contradiction with the above passage. Nevertheless... the Bible commands men to keep the Commandments - the very first of which is: "Thou shalt have no other gods before Me." It's not a matter of personal preference, compromise or tolerance on the part of the True Christian... it's a matter of "obedience to the voice of God." God will not compromise nor tolerate any other gods before Him. "Thou shalt fear the Lord thy God, and serve Him, and shalt swear by His name. Ye shall not go after other gods, of the gods of the people which are round about you; (For the Lord thy God is a jealous God among you) lest the anger of the Lord thy God be kindled against thee, and destroy thee from off the face of the earth... ye shall diligently keep the Commandments of the Lord your God, and His testimonies, and His statutes, which He hath commanded thee. And thou shalt do that which is right and good in the sight of the Lord: THAT IT MAY BE WELL WITH THEE..." (Deut.6:13-18). Obeying God these days is a very unpopular and dangerous business. That's why the toleration of Jesus' name is becoming more and more unbearable by those who advocate religious tolerance. "Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for MY NAME'S SAKE." (Matt.24:9) So, it depends on which brand of Christian you're talking to, whether they are opposed to other religions. Many aren't opposed to it... and a few obey the Lord their God.

777 what does it mean?

777 is the God number. It means to be with Christ and to do the right thing (integrity).

What does the number 777 mean in numerology?

This sign indicates that a lesson has been learned. It is a sign of acknowledgment and achievement - You have learned a lesson that your Spirit Guides want you to learn about your life.

What does Christmas mean to the Christian religion?

Christmas has a somewhat divided meaning to Christians. Some Christians celebrate Christmas, while others do not. The reason for this, is that there is dispute whether or not Jesus Christ was born at this time of year. Those Christians who believe the Savior was born during winter, sometimes celebrate Christmas but usually not as a materialistic "Santa Claus festival". Those who refer to the Bible and find it unlikely Jesus was born during winter, often choose not to celebrate Christmas and instead focus on Easter. Easter recognizes The Resurrection and triumph of life over death, while Christmas focuses on The Birth.

What does number 777 mean in the Bible?

Some in biblical numerology would say the number 7 represents completion or perfection. Mentioning a number as '777' is intensifying the meaning to be the absolute position.