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Exodus 31 :17

‘It’ is for the sabbath, which is in Exodus 31:16, & is represented with the word ‘it’ & an equal sign to the 7th day for sabbath written on the top of a 1. 
‘is’ is the equal sign. 
‘a sign’ is the square drawn around the top of the 1 with the 7th in it.
‘between me and the children’ is the sign placed ‘between’ the 1 drawn in a man to represent 'God' & a 3 made into ‘children’s’ faces. 
‘of Israel’ is the map of ‘Israel’ with the Mediterranean sea on the left & the Jordan on the right.
‘forever’ is the big 1 in between, you can think looks like an arrow going up to heaven.
‘for in six days’ is displayed with ‘6’ suns in the 3s.
‘the Lord’ is the 1 made into a man with his hand out.
‘made’ is the 3 drawn into hands.
‘heaven & earth’ is the 3 drawn with a cloud for ‘heaven’ at the top & the ‘earth’ at the bottom.
‘and on the seventh’ is the ‘7th’ written under the Exodus icon wave.
‘day’ is the sun drawn above, in the top wave.
‘he rested’ is denoted with the man made into a 1 for ‘God resting’ on top of the 7th day.
‘and was refreshed’ you can think of the Exodus icon wave with blue water splashing & ‘refreshing’ God with 2 drops made in the shape of a 3 to remember the only place in the Bible God says He ‘was refreshed' on the sabbath is in Exodus 31.

For verse 17: a royal blue ‘1’ is made on the right exodus icon wave & a royal blue ‘7’ is made on the 7th day.

The scriptures foretell about Jesus’ birth, healing ministry, death, & even Judas betraying him, but there is no prophesy about Jesus’ resurrection causing a huge change of the commandment to rest on the 7th day to begin resting now on the resurrection 1st day.
We use a ‘sign’ when we want to indicate something or identify or convey a meaning. So, the 7th day sabbath identifies ourselves between God & us, He knows we are His, & we know He is ours. He says it is the ‘sign between us’ that we recognize each other forever.

What sign is the identifying mark God  gives His people? (refreshed)
What sign is the identifying mark God  gives His people? (refreshed)

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1,000 years after Moses, what sign does God say  is still the identifying mark between God & His peo
1,000 years after Moses, what sign does God say  is still the identifying mark between God & His peo

Ezekiel 20:20

‘And hallow’ is demonstrated with a zero for Ezekiel 20 that you can think of as a ’hallowed,’ pure white zero.
’my sabbaths’ is a 2 made into the 7th at the top & the sun for day at the bottom.
‘and they shall be a sign’ is the sabbath sitting on the cart you can think like it is being carried around town like a ’sign.’
‘between’ is in ’between’ the wheels.
‘me’ is illustrated as a cloud on the right of the Ezekiel icon made out of a zero, for ’God.’
‘and you’ is the 2 on the left with 2 people drawn in it.
‘that ye’ is the 2 made into 2 people on the far right.
‘may know’ is the arrows pointing to their minds.
‘that I’ is the zero made into a cloud, for ’God.’
‘am the Lord’ is the man in the cloud, for ’Lord.’
‘your God’ is the zero, again, made into a cloud, for ’God.’


For verse 20: a royal blue ‘2’ is made on the 2 men on the right & a royal blue ‘0’ is drawn on the cloud on the right.

After 1000 years God did not change His mind about the sabbath being a sign between Him & His people. If they hallow the sabbath, God would let them know that He is the Lord, their God. That is pretty astonishing.

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How does  the Bible  refer to death? (fell asleep)
How does  the Bible  refer to death? (fell asleep)

Revelation 7:3

‘Saying, Hurt not’ is illustrated with the sword at the top of the 7 not touching the earth.
‘the earth’ is represented with the brown line.
‘neither the sea’ is the blue waves.
‘nor the trees’ is the side of the 7 made into a tree.
Hurt & earth rhyme to start the sequence. And neither & sea have the long ‘e’ sounds in them, that you can correlate together.
‘till we have sealed’ is depicted with the top of the 7 made into an arm pointing like it is putting something in the person’s forehead.
‘the servants’ is the man made on the side of the 7. 
‘of our God’ is the Revelation icon ‘R’ jewels that you can think represents the ‘r’ for ‘our.’
‘in their foreheads’ is the forehead of the man where the finger is pointing.


For verse 3: a royal blue ‘3’ is made around the forehead & face of the servant.

So, God’s people will be getting the seal of God before the plagues fall on the earth. And the rest of the world, Revelation says, will get the mark of the beast.

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What will God’s disciples have as their mark & seal? (Bind up)
What will God’s disciples have as their mark & seal? (Bind up)

Isaiah 8:16

‘Bind up’ is denoted with the handcuffs made into an 8.
‘the testimony’ is the Bible in the top of the 8 for the Old & New ‘test’ament in the word ‘test’imony.
Also, ‘bind’ & ‘testimony’ have an ‘i’ in them to know they go together.
‘seal’ is the ink stamper.
‘the law’ is the 10 commandments at the bottom of the 8. ‘Seal’ & ‘law’ have ‘a’s in them to know they go together.
The testimony & law made in Isaiah 8:16 are opposite of Isaiah 8:20 law & testimony that we memorized in Learn A. So, you can recognize they are opposite.
‘among’ is the Isaiah angel icon you can think is ‘among’ the men.
‘my disciples’ is shown with the 2 faces made in the last 8.


For verse 16: a royal blue ‘1’ is made on the left side of the 2nd angel & a royal blue ‘6’ on the top disciple’s face, to correlate that man was made on day 6.

So, obedience to God’s word & commandments is the ‘mark’ & ‘seal’ of God’s people.

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Does God set a mark upon the foreheads of those who are grieved over wickedness? (that sigh & cry)
Does God set a mark upon the foreheads of those who are grieved over wickedness? (that sigh & cry)

Ezekiel 9:4

‘And the Lord’ is represented with a 9 made into a mouth in a cloud.
‘said’ is the voice lines.
‘him’ is the hand made in a 9, to represent the ‘angel’ God is talking to.
‘go through the midst’ is the Ezekiel icon wheel within a wheel cart that you can think is ‘going.’
‘through the midst of the city’ you can think that the man is in a city that the cart is passing by.
’through the midst of Jerusalem’ you can think of the cart going through the 4 abominations in Jerusalem drawn on 9’s.
‘and set a mark upon the foreheads of the men’ is portrayed with the angel’s hand & pen making a 9 coming from the Ezekiel icon cart that you can think is ‘setting a mark upon the forehead of the man’ with his arm up to his head making a 9 shape.
‘that sigh’ is the 9 shaped caption sign with ‘sigh’ written in it. 
‘and that cry’ are the 'tears' coming down from his eyes made into the shapes of 9’s.
‘for all the abominations that be done in the midst thereof’ are the 4 examples of ‘abominations’ in the shapes of 9’s. The man telling a lie with the caption sign saying lie, lie, for commandment 9, a 9 made into a wizard’s fire at the bottom conjuring up spirits in the top of the 9 with the wizard hat & wand in it, a 9 with someone bowing down at the bottom to the statue that is made in the top of the 9, & a person bowing down & worshipping the sun made into the shape of the Ezekiel icon wheel at the top of the last 9.


For verse 4: a royal blue ‘4’ is made with the 4 abominations in the 4, & there are 4 examples of abominations drawn to help you remember verse 4.

The ‘abominations’ are disobedience to God’s laws that God’s people there in Jerusalem were doing. And the people that are ‘sighing & crying’ were the obedient to God’s laws. God was ‘setting a mark on their foreheads.’ So God’s obedient people get a good ‘mark.’ And the disobedient in the end get a bad ‘mark.’

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What is the 1st part of the 1st angel’s message in Revelation 14? (everlasting gospel)
What is the 1st part of the 1st angel’s message in Revelation 14? (everlasting gospel)

Revelation 14:6

‘And I saw’ is demonstrated with an eye.
‘another angel fly in the midst of heaven’ is the ‘angel flying’ in the sky inside of a cloud you can think to represent ‘in the midst of heaven.’ 
‘having the everlasting gospel’ is symbolized with the man made into a 1 holding a Bible & telling about the cross with the sacrificial laws nailed to it for King Jesus performing the plan of salvation for us which is the ‘gospel.’ You can think of this large 1 also as a 1 to represent this is the 1st angel’s message. The Revelation icon ‘R’ beside the man preaching you can think of as the ‘r’ in ‘everlasting’ & the jewels for the ‘gospel’ being so precious & that God considers us jewels for preaching His ‘gospel.’
‘to preach’ you can think of the top of the 1 making a voice line of the man ‘preaching.’
‘unto them’ are the people made on the 4. 
‘that dwell on the earth’ are the people standing on the ‘earth.’
‘and to every nation’ you can think of as the green part of the earth for the ‘nations’ all over the earth.
‘and kindred’ is the people on the 4, again, like they are related to each other.
‘and tongue’ is the preacher with the top of the 1 going out like a ‘tongue.’
‘and people’ are all these ‘people.’


For verse 6: a royal blue ‘6’ is drawn on the eye, & another royal blue ‘6’ is drawn with the top of the 6 on the man preaching & the bottom of the 6 going around the earth.

So, we will be preaching to the world, to have a moment-by-moment relationship with Jesus, to be saved at last to heaven. And it is ‘everlasting,’ forever, that He did & is performing the sacrificial system in his own flesh. Jesus’ scars will ever keep in our minds how His sacrifice gives us ‘everlasting’ life.

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What is the 2nd part of the 1st angel’s message in Revelation 14? (his judgment)
What is the 2nd part of the 1st angel’s message in Revelation 14? (his judgment)

Revelation 14:7

‘Saying’ is typified with the 1st angel faded very light, since this is the 2nd part of the 1st angel’s message. 
‘with a loud voice’ are the voice lines made dark to represent ‘loud.’
‘Fear’ is represented with God’s 10 commandments because when you ‘fear’ someone that means you honor & respect them, which means that you obey their commands. The man on the ground made into a 1 shape,  for Revelation 14, looks like he is afraid also to represent ‘fear.’ 
‘God’ is the 4 made into a throne with ‘God’ sitting on it.
‘and give glory to him’ you can think the man is 'giving' the Revelation icon ‘R’ shining jewels to God.
‘for the hour’ is the sun at the top of the 4, because we tell time with the sun.
‘of his judgment’ is the 1 made into a ‘judges’ gavel. You can think of this large 1 also as a 1 to represent this is the 1st angel’s message.
‘is come’ is the arrow going down.
‘and worship him’ is the man made into a 1 shape on the ground, ‘worshipping God’ on the 4 throne.
‘that made’ is the white sleeved arms of God drawn in a 4 for ‘made.’
‘heaven’ is the sun above.
‘and earth and the sea’ is the brown line for ‘earth’ & the waves under it for the ‘sea,’ on top of the 1 made into a 7, to remember that after God made these, He rested on the 7th day.
‘and the fountains of waters’ is the 4 for chapter 14, which goes with the 7th day 1, made to look like ‘water’ spraying up.


For verse 7: a royal blue ‘7’ is made on the 7th day on the bottom right that God made the heaven, & earth & the sea to remember the clue that the seal of God is about going back to keeping the 7th day.

Our message to the world here is calling everyone to ‘fear God’ by keeping His commandments. 
And to ‘give glory to Him’ by obeying God’s natural laws & moral laws. Then God tells us why, because ‘His judgment is come.’ Then the message to the world continues with the call to ‘worship Him that made’ everything in 6 days & rested on the 7th day. And then to look at the ‘fountains’ in the world-wide flood, to help conquer the false science idea that says we evolved.

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Where does the Bible talk about the fountains in the beginning  of the Bible?  (the fountains)
Where does the Bible talk about the fountains in the beginning  of the Bible?  (the fountains)

Genesis 7:11

‘the same’ you can think is the T right beside the sun, like the T is in ‘the same’ place as the sun.
‘day’ is illustrated with the sun.
‘were all the fountains’ is the blue wave lines going up & down like they are ‘fountains.’
‘of the great deep’ are the wave lines placed at the bottom of the page.
‘broken up’ you can think of as the blue line waves as separated & ‘broken.’
‘and the windows of heaven were opened’ is denoted with the 7 made into an umbrella with the rain coming down on it from the ‘open window' made out of a 7 in the cloud to represent ‘heaven.’
The Genesis icon of heaven & earth is also illustrated with the world being covered with water with Noah’s ark on it made into a 7 & the rain coming down on it also from the ‘open window of heaven.’


For verse 11: a royal blue ‘11’ is made on the window frame.

Scientists have not been able to duplicate anything changing from 1 life form to another, which is not scientific. So, it is better to believe God, who was there, & says creation happened in 6 days & a flood happened, which would have caused the layering of the sediments.

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What is the 2nd angel’s message  in Revelation 14?  (is fallen, is fallen)
What is the 2nd angel’s message  in Revelation 14?  (is fallen, is fallen)

Revelation 14:8

‘And there followed another angel’ starts the 2nd angel’s message so the 1st angel is drawn shaded lightly & small with another angel added that is following the other angel for the 2nd angel’s message. The Revelation icon ‘R’ is by the angel to indicate the ‘r’ in ‘there.’
‘saying’ is the blue voice lines.
‘Babylon is fallen, is fallen’ is the building structure city for ‘Babylon’ with a 2 under it to depict ‘is fallen, is fallen’ said 2 times, making a circle like it is tumbling down & crashing at the bottom on the ground. The 2 can also help you remember this is the 2nd angel’s message.
‘that great' is the arrow going up made into a 1 shape.
‘city’ is the 4 made with the Babylon structure ‘city’ in it.
‘because she made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication’ is denoted with the 14’s in the 1, 1, 4, 4 order.
‘because she made’ is the woman on the 4.
‘all nations’ is the 1 made into a map you can think of as different ‘nations.’
‘drink of the wine’ is the 1 made into flowing drops of ‘wine.’
‘of the wrath’ is the 4 made into a man & another man’s arm with a weapon in it.
‘of her fornication’ is the 7th commandment not commit adultery woman sitting on the 7 made into a 4, 
and ‘four’ sounds like the first part of ‘fornication.’


For verse 8: a royal blue ‘8’ is drawn on the 2 indicating Babylon is fallen, is fallen. Since Babylon means confusion, you can think that this 8 is made like it is also confused. Also, the capital B in Babylon makes the shape of an 8 that you can correlate together.

‘Babylon’ comes from the tower of Babel because the languages were confused.
‘Babylon is fallen’ means that confusion is down, & the truth about false doctrines is exposed. The ‘wrath’ is with what intense passion these false doctrines are upheld.
The false doctrines so misrepresent God that He considers it to be ‘fornication,’ because it is not being true to God & believing & teaching the truth in the written Word of God.

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Do the dead know or remember anything? (not any thing)
Do the dead know or remember anything? (not any thing)

Ecclesiastes 9:5

‘For the living’ is the Ecclesiastes icon preacher that is ‘living.’
‘know’ is the man pointing to his head where we think.
‘that they shall die’ is the top of the 9 representing a grave in the ground with the arrow at the bottom of the 9 going down to ‘death.’
‘but the dead’ is the grave, again.
‘know not any thing’ is the empty caption sign with ‘nothing’ in it.
‘for the memory’ is the caption sign, again.
‘of them’ you can think of as all the people in the graves.
‘is forgotten’ is the arrow going down to represent their thoughts have gone out.


For verse 8: a royal blue ‘5’ is made on the hand pointing to the Ecclesiastes preacher’s head to think that verse 5 is about what the living & dead know, with the 5 continuing down the back of his hat & around his body.

So, the living know & understand that they are going to die, ‘but the dead do not know’ that they are dead, for their memory is g