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Does one Biblical week equal seven years?
« on: June 19, 2009, 12:19:49 AM »
STRONGS 7620 (week or shabuwa)
IN SCRIPTURE

STRONGS 7620 ["week" of shabuwa] IN SCRIPTURE

The Hebrew for 'week' and 'weeks' is translated from Strongs reference 7620.

Strongs concordance lists 19 occurrences and if the 'seven' (actually
'sevens') of Ezekiel 45:21 is included we have 20 occurrences.

If these occurrences are classified according to the last letter (consonant)
of each Hebrew word we notice three groupings. (Hebrew is read from 'right
to left', so the last letter of the word is the first shown.)

SINGULAR

[The Biblical source for the one "week" of time that equals a seven year
period of time, as in the 70 Weeks prophecy in Dan.9:24-27].

Gen 29:27 - Fulfil her week Gen 29:28 - fulfilled her week
Dan 9:27 - for one week Dan 9:27 - middle of the week

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Quasar
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