The Days of Noah's Flood give a Testimony of Jesus' Death, Resurrection, and the Holy Spirit at Pentecost
The days of the Flood divided by 10 relate to Jesus. Days 10 through 140 of the Flood correlate to the the 1st through the 14th day of the Jewish religiious year when Jesus was crucified. Flood Day 150 correlates to day 15 when Jesus' body was in the tomb. Starting the correlation count again with Day 150 of the Flood as the 1st day makes the last Day 370 as day 23. Jesus is 23 in the Bible. More
The first 150 days of Noah's Flood correlate to the 14th days until Passover when Jesus was crucified. The 150th day of the Flood correlates to Jesus' body in the Tomb. Days of the Flood 160 to 370 give more testimony to Jesus. Counting the 150th day as the first for Jesus makes the 370th day of the Flood when Noah left the Ark when the earth was dry as Jesus' 23rd day. The Bible uses 2 or 3 and 23 as a code for Jesus. "Where 2 or 3 are gathered in my Name, I am in the midst of them." 2 or 3 witnesses are required to establish a truth. First Corinthians 10 talks about Jesus as the spritual rock and 23,000 Israelites who were killed by plague in one day. The total number killed by plague is 24,000 in Numbers 25. The 370th day of the Flood correlates the the purfication washing with the ashes of the red heifer in water on the 3rd and 7th days of the week in Numbers 19. The anniversary of the 370th day is the day that John 12 counts 18 days to Passover. Matthew and Mark count 14 days from the first day of the third month remembering the first Passover. This helps explain the descrepancy over how many days before Passover was Jesus anointed by Mary the sister of Martha and Lazarus. Jesus is anointed 6 days before Passover in John (18 minus 6 = on the 12th day) but He is anointed 2 days before Passover in Matthew and Mark (14 - 2 = the 12th day).
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