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Updated on August 24, 2016

The Twelve Circles and the Twelve Arcs in one Glory of God

The Twelve Tribe of Israel are Twelve Circles (12 glories) and the 12 apostles of Jesus Christ are 12 Arcs in One Glory of God. The Holy Bible at the center means that the Word of God is central to the Glory of God.
The Twelve Tribe of Israel are Twelve Circles (12 glories) and the 12 apostles of Jesus Christ are 12 Arcs in One Glory of God. The Holy Bible at the center means that the Word of God is central to the Glory of God.

The Twenty Four Elders in the Glory of God

The Word of God in the Holy Bible is a day - one circle. The circle representing a day is twelve hours, when it is viewed as the twelve tribes of Israel; or twenty four hours, when it is viewed as the twenty four elders.

A Circle = a day

= 12 Hours

= 12 Tribes of Israel

On Earth,

A Circle = a day

= 24 Hours

= 24 Elders

In Heaven, the twenty four elders are the twelve elders whom the twelve tribes are named after and the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ.

Therefore,

24 Elders = 12 Tribes + 12 Apostles

= 12 Elders + 12 Elders

In a day, a tribe is sixty minutes. This means that an elder is manifested as an hour in a day. And the twenty four elders in heaven are manifested as twelve hours, and not the earthly twenty four hours cycle. Here, the light of the glory of God continues to shine even after sunset.

The Shining Light of the Glory of God

Twelve Hours means 24 Hours light. The light of God was so bright that the darkness disappeared. This was the dazzling light of God.
Twelve Hours means 24 Hours light. The light of God was so bright that the darkness disappeared. This was the dazzling light of God.

Jesus the Ruler of the Twelve Tribes of Israel

On earth, 24 hours means 12 hours night and twelve hours day. But in heaven, 24 hours means only 12 hours day.


This is because, in the glory of God, there is no night. Night is swallowed up by day and the twelve tribes, which represented night on earth, are now in the light of Christ.

"There shall be no more night, and they will not need Lamps or Sunlight, because the Lord God will be their light," (Revelation 22:5)


The 24 elders are rather the sum of the twelve circles, representing the twelve tribes, and the twelve arcs, representing the twelve apostles.

12 Tribes = 12 Circles

= 12 Glories

= 12 Elders

12 Apostles = 12 Arcs

= 1 Glory

= 12 Elders

Therefore,

24 Elders = 12 Tribes + 12 Apostles

= 12 Circles + 12 Arcs

= 12 Glories + 1 Glory

= 13 Glories


The 12 glories are the 12 tribes of Israel. The 13th glory is Jesus Christ. And Jesus Christ is the sum of the 12 Apostles.

Since Jesus Christ is the 12 apostles, and the 13th glory exists as an arc inside each of the 12 tribes, the 12 apostles are twelve arcs in the 12 circles or glories. In other words,each apostle or arc is Jesus Christ ruling a tribe or a glory.


Table Showing the 12 Apostles as 12 Arcs

Arc
Apostle
Glory
Time
AB
Peter
Jesus
1 Hour
BC
John
Jesus
1 Hour
CD
James
Jesus
1 Hour
DE
Andrew
Jesus
1 Hour
EF
Philip
Jesus
1 Hour
FG
Thomas
Jesus
1 Hour
GH
Bartholomew
Jesus
1 Hour
HI
Matthew
Jesus
1 Hour
IJ
James
Jesus
1 Hour
JK
Simon
Jesus
1 Hour
KL
Judas
Jesus
1 Hour
LM
Mathias
Jesus
1 Hour
The Twelve Apostles of the Lamb represented by twelve arcs or twelve hours in the glory of God.

The Twelve Tribes and 12 Apostles in Time

So, it is safe for us to say each tribe is 60 minutes, and each apostle is an hour. Sixty minutes here means a circle, and an hour means an arc.

60 Minutes = a Circle

= a Glory

= a Tribe

1 Hour = an Arc

= Jesus

= an Apostle

Though a glory is a circle starting from the beginning to the end, it is as well the sum of two half circles. When the minute hand starts from 12 and ends at 12, it is a circle. This one circle is called the one body of Christ or the Eucharist (the Holy Communion).

Manifestation of the glory of God as the Eucharist

The Word of God exists as the bread of life called the Eucharist (the Holy Communion). The Eucharist is the physical manifestation of the Word and the glory of God.
The Word of God exists as the bread of life called the Eucharist (the Holy Communion). The Eucharist is the physical manifestation of the Word and the glory of God.

The Holy Eucharist is the Word of God living in Time

The 12 circles or glories are the 12 pieces of bread Jesus gave his disciples at the Lord's Supper. Jesus divided only one bread into twelve and gave it to his twelve disciples.

"Jesus took a piece of bread, gave a prayer of thanks, broke it, and gave it to his disciples: "Take and eat it," he said; "this is my body." (Matthew 26:26)


The one Eucharist (One Hour) is the 13th circle uniting the 12 other circles into one glory. The one glory is one Holy Bible, which reveals that the one Eucharist is one Word of God.

One Eucharist = 13th Circle

= One Bread

= One Word of God

= One Hour

= One Day

In Time, there are two halves in an Hour:

  • The Half when the Hour is approaching
  • The Half when the Hour has passed

Example 1

The Half when 12 O'clock is approaching begins from 11:30 and ends at 12:00. While the Half when the Time has past begins from 12:00 to 12:30.

12 O'clock:

"At noon the whole country was covered with darkness, which lasted for three hours" (Mark 15:33)

At noon = 12 O'clock

Noon is Mid-day, implying that there are two halves to a day. A day is equal to a glory. Therefore, there are two halves to the glory.

The whole country was covered with darkness: Christ is the light which lasted a period of half day. At the hour of his death, the whole world spiraled into ignorance (Hell).

Darkness = Ignorance

= Hell

The Hour of his death = 12 Noon

= 12 O'clock

Example 2
The half when 3 O'clock is approaching begins from 2:30 to 3:00. While the Half when the Time has past begins from 3:00 and ends at 3:30.

3 O'clock:

"At three O'clock Jesus cried out with a loud shout, Eloi, Eloi, Lema Sabachthani?" which means, "My God, my God, why did you abandon me?" (Mark 15:34)

At three O'clock = in the second half of the day

Three O'clock is the third hour of the second half of the day.

The two halves in a day are the New Testament and the Old Testament.

The Glory of God as the Broken Bread

The Glory of God is portrayed as one body of Christ made up of two halves. The two halves are the two testaments representing the Father and the Son respectively.
The Glory of God is portrayed as one body of Christ made up of two halves. The two halves are the two testaments representing the Father and the Son respectively.

Jesus Christ is the Second Half of the Glory of God

First Half = Old Testament

= Father

= Half Eucharist

= Half Glory

= Half Hour

= 30 Minutes

= Half Day

Second Half = New Testament

= Son

= Half Eucharist

= Half Glory

= Half Hour

= 30 Minutes

= Half Day

Jesus Christ came into the world to fulfill the other half of the glory so that God's glory will be full and complete. The full and complete glory is the Holy Bible - the Word of God.

Full Glory = Half Glory + Half Glory

= 1 Glory

= New Testament + Old Testament

= Holy Bible

= Half Eucharist + Half Eucharist

= One Body of Christ

= Half Hour + Half Hour

= 1 Hour (13th Hour)

= Half Day + Half Day

= One Day

= Father + Son

= One God

Jesus is the Summary of the Twelve Tribes of Israel

The 13th circle or glory is a brief period or summary of twelve hours. Though it is only one hour, the one hour is equal to the 12 hours that came before it.

13th Hour = 1 Hour (Summary)

= 12 Hour (Details)

When the Word of God became flesh, the entire History of the 12 Tribes of Israel manifested in the body of the one man Jesus.

This means that Jesus is the 13th glory that manifested after the manifestation of the twelve tribes of Israel.

Jesus = 13th Glory

The twelve tribes of Israel are the twelve glories existing before the coming of Jesus Christ.

12 Tribes of Israel = 12 Glories

The Twelve apostles or disciples of Jesus Christ represent the twelve tribes of Israel in Jesus.

We know that the 12 Tribes were united in God. Since the 12 apostles were also united in Jesus, therefore, Jesus is God of the twelve Tribes of Israel.

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