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Exodus 20:10 But the seventh day is the sabbath of the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt not ...
Exodus 20:10 But the seventh day is the sabbath of the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt not ...

Exodus 20:10 (Commandment 4)

The 2 is made into the 2 mouths for God speaking His commandments on the 2 tables of stone.
This part of the 4th commandment pictures are drawn on 4’s and placed on the 1st stone that you can think of as making a circular shape for a zero in Exodus 20. 
The exodus icon waves are placed on both sides of this picture to represent the mountain being altogether on a smoke when God spoke the 10 commandments. 
‘But the seventh’ is denoted with the bottom, or base, of the 4 made into a ‘7.’
‘day’ is the sun at the top of the 4.
‘is the sabbath’ is the bed in the middle of the 4 depicting ‘sabbath’ rest.
‘of the Lord’ is a 4 is made into a chair or throne where Jesus is sitting.
‘thy God’ is the cloud.
‘in it’ is referring to the 7th day, so ‘it’ is the 7th at the base of the 4.
‘thou shalt’ is portrayed with the people on a 4 working. 
‘not’ is the 'not' diagonal line across the 4.
‘do any work’ is the 4 made with the 6 days of creation pictures put at each point of the 4 and illustrated with someone ‘working.’
Day 1 is light & a man is gardening in the daylight.
Day 2 is the firmament with the water that was divided, so a lady is doing some laundry in the water.
Day 3 is land & trees, with a man picking some apples. 
Day 4 is sun, moon, & stars with the lady cleaning the room made out of a 4 & making a bed.
Day 5 is fish & fowl with a man fishing in the water.
Day 6 is land animals & man, so a man is selling his animal to another man.
Jesus made the rules for the sabbath & did not concede to the Pharisees rules, with all the hardship they had added. That is why Paul says in Colossians 2 beware lest any man spoil you after the tradition of men, do not let anyone judge you and tell you how to keep the sabbath, be like Jesus and keep it the way He commanded it should be kept.

The capital B, makes a royal blue ‘1’ on the left side and a royal blue ‘0’ is made on the top circle of the B, and another royal blue ‘1’ is made on the 7th day and a royal blue ‘0’ around the sun, and another royal blue ‘1’ is made on the ‘not’ sign and a royal blue ‘0’ around the people doing work.

Exodus 20:10 But the seventh day is the sabbath of the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt not ...
Exodus 20:10 But the seventh day is the sabbath of the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt not ...
Exodus 20:10 But the seventh day is the sabbath of the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt not ...
Exodus 20:10 But the seventh day is the sabbath of the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt not ...

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Colossians 2:14

‘Blotting out’ is illustrated with the Colossians icon angel holding a 2 with a ‘blotting’ sponge at the bottom of the 2 ‘blotting out,’ which means to obliterate, wipe out, and erase.
‘the handwriting of ordinance’ is the angel’s ‘hands’ blotting out the ‘handwriting of ordinances’ made at the top of another 2.
‘and took it out of the way’ is denoted with the bottom of the 2 with an arrow to 'take it out of the way.’
‘nailing it to his cross’ is the Colossians angel holding a hammer and ‘nailing’ the ordinances to Jesus’ ‘cross,’ angled over to make a 2.
You can correlate the verse that says nailing it to his ‘cross’ with a ‘c’ is in the book of ‘Colossians’ with a ‘C.’ Also, ‘cross’ ends with ‘oss’ and ‘Colossians’ has an ‘oss’ in the middle of it.
The handwriting contained in ordinances are nailed to Jesus’ cross, like the name Pilate nailed on the cross labeling Jesus as ‘King of the Jews.’ Now we can label Jesus as ‘the Lamb’ that satisfies our sacrificial requirement to have a lamb. We have to be able to explain & give evidence that the sacrificial law is still in force or else the 10 commandments can also not be in force. 
‘…Which are a shadow of things to come; but the body is of Christ.’ Col. 2:17
Our prayers go no where unless we have a Lamb and pray in the name of Jesus. Cain and Abel had to have a lamb, and so do we. But ours is the faith in Jesus as our Lamb.


A royal blue ‘1’ is made on the hammer and a royal blue ‘4’ is made at the bottom of the ordinance’s notebook nailed to the cross.

Colossians 2:14 Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances ...& took it out of the way, nailing...
Colossians 2:14 Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances ...& took it out of the way, nailing...
Colossians 2:14 Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances ...& took it out of the way, nailing...
Colossians 2:14 Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances ...& took it out of the way, nailing...
Colossians 2:14 Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances ...& took it out of the way, nailing...
Colossians 2:14 Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances ...& took it out of the way, nailing...

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John 1:29 

- the burnt offering altar Lamb
‘Behold’ are the hands on the John icon ‘holding.’
‘the Lamb’ is the 1 drawn with a lamb on it.
‘of God’ is the hands, again.

A royal blue ‘2’ is made on the temple below the 1 and a royal blue ‘9’ is made on the John icon world.

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John 2:19

- the temple
‘Destroy’ is the top of the 2 made into a sword.
‘this temple’ is a temple building drawn on the 2.
‘and in 3 days’ is represented with a 3 with suns in it, to represent ‘days.’ 
‘I will raise it up’ you can think of the John icon hands to lift and ‘raise’ the temple ‘up’ and the arrow going ‘up’ to the top of the 2 also for ‘raising it up.’

A royal blue ‘1’ is made on the lamb above the 2 and a royal blue ‘9’ is made on the John icon world. You can think that John 1 and 2 go together because they use each other’s number in the verse numbers 2 and 1, and the 9’s are the same at the end.

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John 4:14

- the laver of water
‘whosoever’ is the woman with the ‘w’ to represent the ‘w’ in ‘woman’ and ‘whosoever.’  
‘drinketh’ is the vase that the woman is holding you can think makes a capital ‘D’ for ‘drinketh.’
‘of the water’ is the bucket of water hanging on the rope on the well made into a 4.
‘that I shall give him’ is Jesus with his hand out. 
‘shall never’ is the arrow pointing down at the bottom of the 4.
‘thirst’ is the 4 also making the letter ’t’ for ‘thirst’ in the middle and right side.


A royal blue ‘1’ is made on the woman and a royal blue ‘4’ is made on the well made into a 4.

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John 6:48

- the table of shewbread
‘I’ is the top of the 6 that you can think makes a stick person, for Jesus.
‘am the bread’ is the loaf of bread at the bottom of the 6.
‘of life’ is the top line of the 6 with the arrow going up, to think of ‘living’ forever, and the top line of the 6 also makes an ‘l’ for ‘life.’


A royal blue ‘4’ is made on the well above the 6 and a royal blue ‘8’ is made on the light of the world made in an 8 below the 6.You can think John 4, 6, & 8 go together because John 6 uses 4 & 8 for its verse numbers.

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John 8:12

- the candlestick light
‘I am the light’ is the sun in the top circle of the 8.
‘of the world’ is the world in the bottom circle of the 8. 


John 9:5

- the candlestick light
‘I am the light’ is the sun in the top circle of the 9.
‘of the world’ is the bottom of the 9 made into an arrow pointing over to the bottom of the 8 world, to remember John 8 and 9 say the same phrase.


A royal blue ‘12’ is made after John 10 to think the numbers are going by 2’s for 2,4,6,8,10, then 12 comes next.A royal blue ‘5’ is drawn on the top of the 9 sun.

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John 10:7

- the door
‘I am’ is the 1 made into a man to represent Jesus.
‘the door’ is the zero made into a door.


A royal blue ‘7’ is made on the right and top of the door.

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Hebrews 10:20

- the veil
‘through the veil’ is the zero made into a miniature sanctuary with ‘the veil’ going ‘through’ the middle of it. 
‘that is to say’ is the high priest drawn on the 1 with the voice lines. 
‘his flesh’ is Jesus on the Hebrews icon cross.


A royal blue ‘2’ is made on the left side of the altar, and a royal blue ‘0’ is made on the 0 with the veil in it, so you can remember Jesus as the veil is in Hebrews 10 verse 20.

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Hebrews 10:21

– high priest
‘high priest’ is the 1 made into the high priest.

To help you remember these chapter numbers, the numbers in John go in order, after John 1, with even numbers, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 (with the 9 attached on to the 8). 
And the last 2 are in Hebrews 10.  So the chapters go:  1, 2, 4, 6, 8, (9) 10, 10, 10


A royal blue ‘2’ is made again on the left side of the altar and a royal blue ‘1’ is made on the high priest.
You can think these last 3, John 10, Hebrews 10, & Hebrews 10, go together because they have the same chapter numbers.

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1 Corinthians 5:7

- Jesus is the 1st feast,  the Passover 
‘Christ’ is the cross.
‘our passover’ is the arrow ‘passing over’ the tree. 
‘is sacrificed’ is the cross, again.
‘for us’ is the world at the bottom of the 5.


A royal blue ‘7’ is made on the arrow and the tree to think of passing over the tree for passover.