When I see random numbers like these from these raffle tickets I bought:
I took the numbers 4013 – 4015 and decided to look in Psalms and Jeremiah.
(eg. Psalm 40:13 – 15)
but both those passages were about death… haha… is that a sign? haha.
BUT then I went to Isaiah 40: 13 – 15
13 Who can fathom the Spirit of the LORD,
or instruct the LORD as his counselor?
14 Whom did the LORD consult to enlighten him,
and who taught him the right way?
Who was it that taught him knowledge,
or showed him the path of understanding?
15 Surely the nations are like a drop in a bucket;
they are regarded as dust on the scales;
he weighs the islands as though they were fine dust.
I like that! (it explains itself, so no need for my little addition)
or the Message Version
The Creator of All You Can See or Imagine
12-17Who has scooped up the ocean
in his two hands,
or measured the sky between his thumb and little finger,
Who has put all the earth’s dirt in one of his baskets,
weighed each mountain and hill?
Who could ever have told God what to do
or taught him his business?
What expert would he have gone to for advice,
what school would he attend to learn justice?
What god do you suppose might have taught him what he knows,
showed him how things work?
Why, the nations are but a drop in a bucket,
a mere smudge on a window.
Watch him sweep up the islands
like so much dust off the floor!
There aren’t enough trees in Lebanon
nor enough animals in those vast forests
to furnish adequate fuel and offerings for his worship.
All the nations add up to simply nothing before him—
less than nothing is more like it. A minus.
(Its a bit longer because it includes the verses before and after the ones I had selected. Potent stuff this!)
This is not a sign from God or anything. But I like doing stuff like this… numbers from tickets into scripture.
why not? it’s just me including my Father in all I do. (well I am trying)
I do remember when I was younger I use to set my alarm clock to 06H33 so that when I woke up and saw my clockI would be reminded of: Matthew 6: 33
“But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.”
I like to give more thought to God. Everyday spirituality, no?