The number 333 (three hundred and thirty-three) in Hebrew spells the Hebrew word SH-L-G of which sheleg ("snow" or "snowy") and shalag ("be as snow") are two possible biblical renderings. The number 333 in Greek spells T-L-G but there is no biblical Greek word incorporating these consonants, so we shall focus only on the Hebrew, which is the original language of the Bible.
There are only three biblical words in Hebrew which correspond to 333 and they are as follows:
333 = (300,30,3) = SH-L-G (sheleg, "snow", "snowy"; shalag, "be as snow")
333 = (300,3,30) = SH-G-L (shegal, "queen-wife"; shagal, "lie with", "be ravished")
333 = (30,3,300) = G-L-SH (galash, "to appear", "to lie down", "be white", "shine")
All of them contain the key Hebrew letter shin (c)) which corresponds to the number 300. This letter is always used in connection with the Ruach haQodesh, Holy Spirit or Breath of God. The Hebrew word, si, corresponding to the number 300, means "excellency", and naturally associated itself with the Ruach haQodesh which may be said to be the "excellency of Yahweh's presence". The important point is that the letter shin is the operative letter since it has the highest value of 300, 30, and 3.
The number 30 corresponds to the Hebrew letter lamed (l) )or our 'L' and the number 3 to gimmel (g), our 'G'. Thus the number 333 corresponds to the letters SH-L-G (glc) which are the consonants for the word SHELEG which, as we have seen, translates as "snow".
Like most Hebrew words, each has both a positive and a negative meaning. On the negative side snow is often associated biblically with leprosy which leaves the skin looking drained of blood and lifeless (e.g. Num.12:10). On the positive side, the whiteness of snow is used as an illustration of cleansing from sin (e.g. Ps.51:7; Is.1:18). In Daniel's vision of the Ancient of Days, his shining garments as described as being "white as snow" (Dan.7:9). The angel which rolled the stone away from Christ's tomb is described in the same way (Mt.28:3). The same usage is made to describe Christ when He was transfigured, appearing with Moses and Elijah (Mk.9:3). And finally, in the Book of Revelation, the hair of the resurrected Christ is described by John "as white as snow" (Rev.1:14).
White snow, and specifically what it represents, namely PURITY, is very much the keynote of this New Covenant work. This requirement for holiness has been stressed to us again and again. And the fact that this work has been restored in the snowy northern lands of Scandinavia may also well have some significance.
The second 333 corresponds to the Hebrew letters SH-G-L (lgc)and to the Hebrew word shegal which as we have seen translates "queen wife". This also is easily understood in terms the mission of the New Covenant which is to prepare the end-time, purified BRIDE OF CHRIST for her marriage to the Bridegroom, our King, Yah'shua the Messiah (Jesus Christ). The only Bride fit for a King is naturally a King's wife, or "Queen Wife".
Now this word shegal only appears two times in the Bible, one in Nehemiah 2:6 where is refers to the wife of Artaxerxes and the second in Psalm 45:9, a messianic psalm of enormous significance, and one that is almost universally mistranslated because of doctrinal bias. Before I read it to you, let me remind you that this is a prophetic psalm that is talking about King David and his family, about Christ and His family, and about Christ and His Bride, the Church. This is what it reads:
"King's daughters were among thy honourable wives [KJV, "women"]; upon thy right hand did stand the queen [shegal] in gold of Ophir" (Ps.45:9).
Now the normal word for a "queen" in Hebrew is malkah. Shegal differs from malkah inasmuch as it means not only "queen" but "wife" as well - shegal is a "queen-wife" as opposed to just a "wife".
How, then, does this tie up with the primary word of "snow" or "purity"? Simply, the purest wife is the queen-wife. The wife who occupies the highest honour is the one that is the purest. And as the Wife is the Church or Assembly, the purest or truest Church of Assembly is that which is the purest. The truthfulness of any work is therefore proportional to its spiritual purity. As far as Christ is concerned, His "queen" are the saints who have been purified completely in His blood. And that is very much the theme of the Book of Revelation, and indeed of the whole Johannine message.
Finally, we come to the last 333, which corresponds to the Hebrew letters G-L-SH, and the Hebrew word galash (clg), which may be translated in four different ways depending on the context of its use. It means "to appear", "to lie down", "to be white" or "to shine". Where as the previous two are nouns, the third is a verb.
The mystery of the number of 333, which has been given to this Church as its commission in the world, is very simply SHELEG-GALASH-SHEGAL (glc-clg-lgc ), or translated into plain English:
"That which is as pure as snow appears as the Queen-Wife" or
"That which is as pure as snow shines as the Queen-Wife" or
"That which is as pure as snow lies down as the Queen Wife" or
"That which is as pure as snow is white like the Queen Wife".
And thus, in the number 333 is contained the whole mission of this New Covenant Church of God. It is the message we have been consistently been giving out since 1986 and which we shall continue to give out. Spiritual purity is what qualifies a believer to be a part of the Marriage Feast of the Lamb in heaven.
But that is not all. For in Hebrew the Name of Yah'shua (Jesus) corresponds to 333 as well. 333 is the number of our Lord and Saviour, reminding us that we can only become as white as snow through the spilled blood of the Son of God.
Lastly, let us ask ourselves what process or processes exist in life that correspond to the sum of the three digits. 3+3+3 = 9. What is the significance of the number 9? Can anybody think of any life process that corresponds to 9 days, months or years?
Yes, you've got it - HUMAN GESTATION. Nine months is the period of time from fertilisation to birth, and reminds us that simply being "born again" does not qualify us for heaven. The New Birth is the act of fertilisation, when we become new creatures in Christ. But before birth takes place, there must first be GROWTH. The New Birth in Christ corresponds to the Alpha or Aleph of Salvation - it is the beginning - but full sanctification is the Omega or Tav of our Salvation.
I do not have time to investigate that very interesting subject here as it would occupy several sermons in themselves other than to say that just as there is a physical gestation period of nine months for a baby before it is ready to enter into the world, so there is a spiritual gestation period which qualifies us as being white brides in the Wedding Feast of the Lamb. This is not something that is automatic but is a journey or walk. The apostle John says we must go through seven tests or trials to prepare us for that glorious moment, each of which we must pass in life to qualify as a queen wife of Christ, that is, a wife worthy of the highest rewards and honours.
I will leave you with one further clue before I end so that you can tie up all I have been saying over the past year or two about the Festivals of Yahweh which we are commanded to celebrate. Does anyone remember how many festivals there are? Seven. That's right. And they correspond to the 'Seven Overcomings' of John. And yet by the time we come to the New Testament, two more have been added, which Yah'shua (Jesus) acknowledges, making NINE festivals in all. These nine festivals which we celebrate every year, from Pesach (Passover) to Purim, are a manual for the purification of the Queen-Wife of Christ. Finally, note that the first of these is the Atonement of Christ (Passover) and the last Persecution and Trials (Purim) followed by miraculous deliverance by a King!
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