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You have helped me a lot and I'm thankful for that.I'm right there with you in your prayer for deliverance, and I know your faith will bring God glory.Therefore a number which includes all the gentile subdivisions from their earliest separation, and also includes Israel as a special number apart, would be a fitting number to represent the large catch that would ensue very shortly after our Lord worked this miracle (it follows the resurrection, after all), mostly a gentile catch, but also including those of Israel who do believe in every generation.Multiplying this number, 17, by the relative proportion of believers given to the Church Age in the Jewish calendar, i.e., 9 of the twelfths, we reach 153, a number which would then not only foreshadow the magnitude of the catch of believers in the two millennia soon to come, but also its precise proportion in relation to Israel in the two millennia just concluded: nine twelves to three twelves, together making up the perfect 12 that represents the Bride of Christ. Question #2: Hi Bob, What's the precise meaning of John's poem in 1 John -14, besides a general salutatory effect?That is because, in the table of the nations in Genesis chapter 10, the sons of Noah from whom "the nations were divided" total 16: 7 for Japheth (Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech and Tiras); 4 for Ham (Cush, Mizraim, Put and Canaan); and 5 for Shem (Elam, Asshur, Arphaxad, Lud and Aram). We get to 17 by adding one for Jewish believers who are saved during these two millennia between Christ's resurrection and His second advent.

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That is to say, Israel consists of three of the twelfths of the Bride; the rest of the "Church" consists of nine of her twelfths (the number of believers who came into the Body during the two millennia before Abraham is so small as not to warrant a multiplier).If I were to take the number as a symbol, it would seem to me that the 153 fish ought to represent the "catch" of believers during the Church Age soon to begin at the time John took place, and, beyond all argument, 153 "large fish" is a very big catch in comparison to what "used to be caught".With that in mind, the number could very well represent the dramatically larger number of believers who would come into the Church after Pentecost.I write to you, young men, because you are strong, and the word of God lives in you, and you have overcome the evil one.Sincerely, Response #2: This is an interesting passage and the interpretation of it much debated.