Returning to Leviticus 26, there are four similar verses:
I shall then have to chastise you 7 times as much for your sins (Leviticus 26:18).
I shall then have to inflict 7 times more blows upon you according to your sins (Leviticus 26:21).
I shall have to strike you 7 times for your sins (Leviticus 26:24).
I shall have to chastise you 7 times for your sins (Leviticus 26:28).
Whilst verses 18 and 21 contain the phrases: "seven times as much" and "seven times more", verses 24 and 28 contain the phrases: "I shall have to strike you seven times for your sins" and "I shall have to chastise you seven times for your sins". These two phrases miss out the concept of "as much" or "more".
The literal account refers to the Discontinuous Israeli Gentile Times from 586Tammuz, the deposing of Zedekiah, to 1948Sivan4, the founding of the state of Israel, the minute the British Mandate expired. Omitting the 13 years from 561Adar25/27 to 548SHebat, when Jehoiachin reigned from his elevated throne in Babylon.
Verses 18 and 21 refer to the Gentile Times of Reverend John Aquila Brown and Elijah3 Charles Taze Russell and to the Discontinuous Gentile Times of Dr Stephen E. Jones of the now defunct Worldwide Church of God
Verses 24 and 27 refer to the 7 years of the Kingdom Gentile Times from 2009Tishri15 - 2016Tishri15 and to the 7 months of the Laodicean Gentile Times from 2016Tishri15-2017Iyyar15.
For more see U121.