Biblical number 7 is considered to be the foundation of God’s word and is used 735 times in the bible.  The bible is divided into 7 major divisions: 1) the Law; 2) the Prophets; 3) the Writings or Psalms; 4) the Gospels and Acts; 5) the General Epistles; 6) the Epistles of Paul; and 7) the book of Revelation.
There are 7 days in God’s creation week.  Seven represents the completeness and perfection of God’s creations, both physical and spiritual.
For after God created all living things, He rested on the seventh day.  The seventh day is a day of spiritual and physical renewal.  We are asked to rest and align our spiritual energy with God thereby renewing, refreshing and replenishing our mind, body and spirit.
Jesus performed 7 miracles of healing and casting out evil spirits on God’s holy Sabbath Day, to publicly affirm the sacredness of God and how necessary belief in God is important in our lives.
In the Gospel of John, Jesus is a great comfort to us with His seven “I Am” statements: 1) I am the bread of life; 2) I am the light of the world; 3) I am the door; 4) I am the Good Shepard; 5) I am the resurrection and the life; 6) I am the way, and the truth, and the life; 7) I am the true vine.
Biblical number 7 reminds us of the divinity in us and the perfection of what we are.  Discard the beliefs the world has instilled in you.  Instead trust and believe in God and His promises, and your mind, body and spirit will be restored and all illusions will be released.  You will be in the Christ mind and live a life of peace, joy and fulfillment.
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