11-11-11 What does the numbers mean?

Do they mean anything?  Or are they just numbers and life will go on just as it  always has?  If you believe in a Perfect God who does all things in perfect order and created things in perfection of land, plant life, animal life, with every atom and every cell in perfect order then YES the numbers do mean something!  What exactly we do not know, for we are tiny little physical beings that only use a itty bitty section of the brain we have.   We are like a tiny baby compared to God in knowledge and understanding.

Some interesting reads and notes today.  First is one email I received from a faithful christian:


And they cast their lots, and the lot fell on Matthias. And he was numbered with the eleven apostles. (Acts 1:26)
The number eleven is the number of disorder, imperfection and incompleteness. Eleven signifies a state not yet full. After Judas betrayed Jesus, he committed suicide. One might ask why replace Judas since Jesus had been crucified. Since the twelve disciples represented the twelve tribes of Israel, Judas’ replacement was necessary to bring the number back to the governmental number of twelve. Having only eleven disciples speaks of incompleteness.
Eleven also represents disorder. The parable about the workers coming to work in the eleventh hour is in contrast to what we believe to be right in order and arrangement (Matthew 20:6,9). Disorder arose when the earlier workers found out the eleventh hour workers got paid just as much as those who had worked all day.
The journey of the Israelites through the wilderness should have taken only eleven days (Deuteronomy 1:2). It turned into a 40 years journey because of disorder, disorganization, imperfection, and disintegration.
The number eleven can be traced throughout Jacob’s life illustrating incompleteness. According to Genesis 32:22, Jacob took his two wives, and his two women-servants, and his eleven sons, and headed back home to confront his estranged brother Esau. At the time Jacob had only eleven sons because Benjamin had not yet been born. Benjamin’s birth brought the total of Jacob’s sons to twelve. But then Joseph (the eleventh son) was sold into slavery, and Jacob thought Joseph was dead. This took the total back to eleven. During that period, much disorder and confusion characterized Jacob’s household. Joseph spent eleven years in Potiphar’s household where disorder caused by Potiphar’s wife resulted in Joseph going to prison.
and also I found this:

Additional commentary on the Biblical Meaning of 11 *

The number 11 signifies disorder and judgment and is used 24 times in the Bible. The designation "11th" is used 19 times in scripture. Coming after 10 (law and responsibility), 11 represents the opposite — the irresponsibility of breaking the Law, which brings disorder and judgment.
In Genesis 11, men rebelled against God and built the tower of Babel. God judged them by confusing their language, resulting in chaos. In the 11th year of Zedekiah, the last king of Judah, God executed His final judgment against Judah with the complete destruction of Jerusalem and the temple and the exile of the remaining Jews to Babylon.
The apostle John saw 11 things in connection with the final judgment (Revelation 20:12-14)."
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For me, It another warning blast from God that man has been irresponsible  and broke all the laws of right living and has NOT believed or followed His God in Heaven.  That the time of blessing upon the nations of God is in judgement.  A time of change.  Sad but a time of trail and tribulations like never before.  This will not happen overnight, but we are in the 11th hour  toward the coming of Jesus Christ.  Do NOT be dismayed or be in panic!  IF you are and have been a faithful follower of Jesus Christ He promises to always take care of you.  If you have not beware!  Your days as you know it are numbered.  These are not my words these are God's words!!  

We have no rights except by the grace of God.  God gave us in the USA, the right to be here because of a promise He made long ago.  But it was conditional to our promise to Him.  We as a nation have forsaken His great love and His ways.  We do not Keep His way of right living.  Do we think, knowing how God has dwelt with nations in the past history of the Bible that we will not pay a penalty for our disobedience?  That God will let His children go on in sin , destroying their lives and others lives?  Or will a loving God/ Parent of all mankind correct and do whatever is necessary to bring them back to correct obedience?

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