||Incompleteness, disorganization, disintegration, judgement and disorder.|
Deals with the things of imperfection, disorganization of systems, and the disorder or chaos of things.
||Divine or spiritual government, apostolic fulness, placing things within perfect order or
achieving governmental structural perfection, righteous people. The number of tribes in the righteous nation that forms the
foundation of God's kingdom.|
Twelve seems to be used as a "foundation" number e.g. -
1. There were twelve tribes of Israel which formed the foundation of the Israelite nation.
2. There were twelve Apostles.
The number twelve has also been used to describe the twelve tribes which is the major civilization foundation
of God's chosen people (Jewish Nation).
Twelve represents the people who are the foundation of God's kingdom.
Righteous people. 12 is for people at rest.
It is also a unit of time. 12 hours day/nigth.
Twelve months in one year.
We find that the division of the work for the priests was for twelve groups of priests serving twice each year.
||Rebellion, backsliding, apostacy, the rebellion of things, corruption, abandonment,
defection, revolution, to break or destroy, depravity and rebellion, the Beast.|
||Passover or deliverance, salvation.|
||Rest, the energy that is found within the acts of divine grace.|
Reference to the things that deals with love. To have passion and hold dear. To cherish and have devotion towards things.
||Spiritual order, victory.|
The perfection of some type of spiritual order.
||Bondage, slavery, captivity and serfdom.|
The perfection of divine order that is in relation to judgment.
The expectancy of things happening with a great magnitude.
||Divine Completion of some sort, fullness.|
||The disorganization of things to a great degree, corruption and disintegration are
magnified as well. Light, revelation, spiritual knowledge.|
||Reference towards things or situations that involves death or extinction.|
||Priestly courses; governmental perfection; heavenly government and a heavenly worship.|
||The expectancy of receiving divine grace and redemption from the almighty God.|
||Reference with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.|
||The expectancy of getting divine approval or divine redemption.|
||The expectancy of divine strength and courage.|
||The expectancy of Judgment.|