[32] The 7 mediators and sub mediators of the 2AC the LCC and the 3AC

Consider the 3 accounts in the Gospels of the 7 brothers all of whom married the wife of the first of the 7 brothers. the Sadducess used this case to test Jesus. Applying the Symbolic Structure Principle, this account has a greater meaning. We are looking here at the word symbolic meanings of the 3 parables as stated in Matthew 22, Mark 12 and Luke 20. 

Matthew 22:23-33 and Mark 12:18-34 and Luke 20:27-44 are parallel - see Matthew 22. There are 3 threads in all, 2 word symbolic threads.

Applying the parallel account principle, they all have the same word symbolism, but there are 3 distinct fulfilments which make a complete picture. The accounts refer to the brother in law marriage provision of the Law of Moses and to the account of Moses and the burning thornbush. We start with the brother in law marriage provision of the Law.

5 In case brothers (x)) dwell together (i.e. in Israel, not in the same house) and one of them has died without his having a son, the wife (#y) is a softened form of #n) Ben Davidson AHCL section 45 - irregular nouns) of the dead one should not become a strange man's (#y)) outside. Her brother-in-law (mby) should go to her, and he must take her as his wife (#n)) and perform brother-in-law marriage with her.
6 And it must occur that the firstborn whom she will bear should succeed to the name of his dead brother (x)), that his name may not be wiped out of Israel.

The 3 parallel accounts of the widow and the 7 brothers

23 On that day Sadducees, [ones] saying there is no resurrection (anastasiV), came up to him and asked him:
24 Teacher, Moses said: If someone dies without having (ecw) children (tekna), his brother must take his wife (gunaika) in marriage (epigambreuw) and raise up (anisthmi) offspring/seed (sperma) for his brother.
25 Now there were 7 brothers beside us; and the first married and deceased, and, not having (ecw) offspring, he left his wife (gunaika) for his brother.
26 It went the same way also with the 2nd and the 3rd, until of the 7 [ones].
27 Last of all the woman (gunh) died .
28 Consequently, in the resurrection, which of the 7 will she be [a] woman of (gunh)? For they all had (ecw) her.
29 In reply Jesus said to them: You are mistaken, because you know neither the Scriptures nor the power of God,
30 for in the resurrection neither do they marry nor are they given-in-marriage, but are as angels in heaven.
31 But concerning [the matter] of the resurrection [Genitive] of the dead (nekroV), did you not read what was spoken to you by the God, saying:
32 I am the God of Abraham and the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob? He is the God, not of [the] dead (nekroV), but of the living (Matthew 22). 

18 Now Sadducees came to him, who say there is no resurrection, and they put the question to him:
19 Teacher, Moses wrote us that if someone's brother dies and leaves a wife (gunaika) behind (kataleipw) but does not leave a child (teknoV), his brother should take the wife (gunaika) and raise up (exanisthmi) offspring/seed from her for his brother.
20 There were 7 brothers; and the first took a wife (gunaika), but when he died he left no offspring.
21 And the 2nd took her, but died without leaving offspring behind (kataleipw); and the 3rd the same way.
22 And the 7 [ones] did not leave any offspring. Last of all the woman (gunh) also died.
23 In the resurrection, which of them will she be [a] wife of (gunh)? For the 7 [ones] had (ecw) her [that] woman (gunaika an accusative noun).
24 Jesus said to them: Is not this why you are mistaken, your not knowing either the Scriptures or the power of God?
25 For when they rise out of [the] dead [ones] (nekroV), neither do they marry nor are they given-in-marriage, but are as angels in the heavens.
26 But concerning [the matter] of the dead [ones] (nekroV), that they are raised up/awakened (egeirw), did you not read in the book of Moses, in the account about the thornbush, how the God said to him, 'I [am] the God of Abraham and God of Isaac and God of Jacob'?
27 He is a God, not of [the] dead [ones] (nekroV), but of [the] living [ones]. You are much mistaken (Mark 12). 

27 However, some of the Sadducees, the [ones] saying there is no resurrection, came up and questioned him,
28
saying: Teacher, Moses wrote us: If someone's brother dies having (ecw) a wife (gunaika), but this one remained childless (ateknoV), his brother should take the wife (gunaika) and raise up (exanisthmi) offspring/seed from her for his brother.
29 Accordingly there were 7 brothers; and the first took a wife (gunaika) and died childless (ateknoV).
30 So the 2nd, 
31
and the 3rd took her. Likewise even the 7 [ones], they did not leave children behind (kataleipw), and they died (apoqnhskw).
32 Lastly, the woman (gunh) also died.
33 Therefore, in the resurrection, which of them does the woman (gunh) become [a] wife of (gunh)? For the 7 [ones] had (ecw) her [that] woman (gunaika an accusative noun).
34 Jesus said to them: The sons of this system of things marry and are given-in-marriage,
35 but those who have been counted worthy of gaining that system of things and of the resurrection, the [one] out of [the] dead [ones] (nekroV) neither marry nor are given-in-marriage.
36 In fact, neither can they die anymore, for they are like the angels, and they are sons of God, being sons of the resurrection.
37 But that the dead (nekroV) are raised up (egeirw) even Moses disclosed, in the account about the thornbush, when he calls [the] Lord, 'the God of Abraham and God of Isaac and God of Jacob.'
38 He is a God, not of [the] dead [ones] (nekroV), but of [the] living [ones], for they are all living [verb] to him.
39 In response some of the scribes said: Teacher you spoke well.
40 For no longer were they daring to ask him anything (Luke 20). 

Noun Counts

23 In that day Sadducees, [ones] saying not to be resurrection, came up to him and they asked him saying:
24
Teacher, Moses said, 'If anyone dies without having children [tekna], his brother must marry his woman and raise up seed for his brother.'
25
Now there were with us [so this is not a parable it is history] 7 brothers; and the first [one] having married died and, not having seed, he left his woman to his brother.
26
Likewise [omoiwV] also the second [one] and the 3rd [one], until [all] the 7.
27
After all of them, the woman died.
28
In the resurrection, therefore, [a] woman of which one of the 7 will she be? For they all got her.
29
But answering Jesus said to them: You are mistaken, not knowing the Scriptures or the power of God;
30
for in the resurrection neither do [males] marry nor are [females] given-in-marriage, but they are as [wV] angels in heaven.
31
But about the resurrection of the dead [ones], did you not read the [thing] spoken to you by God, saying,
32
'I am the God of Abraham and the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob'? He is the God not of the dead [ones], but of the living [ones].
33
And having heard [that], the crowds were astounded upon his teaching (Matthew 22).

18 And the Sadducees came to him, who say there is no resurrection, and they were asking him saying:
19
Teacher, Moses wrote to us that if someone's brother dies and leaves a woman behind but does not leave a child [teknon], then [ean...ina] his brother should take the woman and raise up seed from her for his brother.
20
There were 7 brothers; and the first [one] took a woman, but dying he left no seed.
21
And the second [one] took her, and died without leaving seed; and the 3rd [one] as-thus [wsautwV].
22
And the 7 did not leave a seed. Last of all [them] the woman also died.
23
In the resurrection, a woman of which of them will she be? For the 7 had her [that] woman [gunaika accusative agreeing with 'her'].
24
Jesus said to them: Is not this why you are mistaken, your knowing neither the Scriptures nor the power of God?
25
For when they rise from the dead, neither do [males] marry nor are [females] given-in-marriage, but they are as [wV] angels in the heavens.
26
But about the dead [ones], that they are raised up, did you not read in the book of Moses, upon/about the thornbush how God said to him, 'I am the God of Abraham and God of Isaac and God of Jacob'?
27
He is a God, not of the dead [ones], but of the living [ones]. You are much mistaken.

28 And one of the scribes [partitive genitive] having come up, having heard their disputing [i.e. in the same audience, so this scene related to the scene above], knowing that he had answered them well, asked him: Which commandment is first of all?
29
Jesus answered that the first [one] is: Hear, Oh Israel, [the] Lord our God is one Lord,
30
and you must love [the] Lord your God out of your whole heart and out of your whole soul and out of your whole mind and out of your whole strength.'
31
[The] second [one] is this, 'You must love your neighboring [one] as yourself.' There is no other commandment greater than these.
32
The scribe said to him: Teacher, you spoke well upon truth, 'He is One, and there is no other than He';
33
and this loving him out of whole heart and out of whole understanding and out of whole strength and this loving the neighboring [one] as oneself is more-valuable of/than all the whole-burnt-offerings and sacrifices [comparative gentitives].
34
And Jesus, having seen that he had answered intelligently, said to him: You are not far from the kingdom of God. But nobody had the courage anymore to question him (Mark 12) [thereby ending the questioning and the account].

27 But having approached him, some [tineV] of the Sadducees [partitive genitive], the [ones] saying there is no resurrection, questioned him,
28
saying: Teacher, Moses wrote us, 'If a brother of a certain one dies having a woman, and this [one] was childless, then [ean...ina is if...then] his brother should take the woman and raise up seed from [her] for his brother.'
29
Accordingly there were 7 brothers; and the first [one] having taken a woman died childless.
30
and the second,
31
and the 3rd took her. Likewise [wsautwV] even the 7: they did not leave children [tekna] behind, and they died.
32
Lastly, the woman also died.
33
Therefore, in the resurrection, a woman of which one of them does she become? For the 7 got her [that] woman [gunaika accusative agreeing with 'her'].
34
And Jesus said to them: The sons of this system marry and are given-in-marriage,
35
but the [ones] having been counted-worthy to attain of that system [genitive direct object] and of the resurrection, the [one] out of the dead [ones], neither marry nor are given-in marriage.
36
For, neither can they die anymore, for they are angel-like, and are sons of God being sons of the resurrection [this resurrection being out of the judicially dead, i.e. being born again].
37
But that the dead [ones] are raised up even Moses disclosed, upon the thornbush, when [wV] he called [the] Lord, the God of Abraham and God of Isaac and God of Jacob.'
38
He is a God, not of the dead [ones], but of the living [ones], for all [of them are living to him.
39 But having answered some of the scribes said: Teacher, you spoke well.
40
For no longer were they daring to be asking him anything.

41 But he said to them [The Sadducees]: How is it they say that the Christ is son of David?
42
For David himself says in the book of Psalms, '[The] Lord said to my Lord, Sit out of my right [parts]
43
until I place your hostile [ones] [as] a footstool of your feet.'
44
Since David, calls him 'Lord'; so how is he his son? (Luke 20).

Total: Woman (16), Brother (12), Resurrection (9), Children (3), Seed (7), God (16), Moses (4), Sadducees (3)

'He calls [the] Lord: The God of Abraham and God of Isaac and God of Jacob' is not a successive designation for God. It is an account describing how Moses gave God a second designation yes, but the account itself does not use two designations when describing God. Also if one removes one or other of 'Lord' or the 'God of Abraham etc.', the result makes no sense.

The phrase: 'They marry and are given in marriage', looks like a successive articulation, to a 21st century person, but it isn't. In the good old days, men married and women were given in marriage. Men were not given in marriage and women did not marry. Therefore the two verbs describe entirely different things that befall two entirely distinct groups, namely men and women. Today of course we believe incorrectly that we are all the same as regards marital headship. 

The Literal Meaning

In the literal meaning of course, all accounts are saying more or less the same thing. Luke explains matters very clearly. Those counted worthy of gaining the new system are declared righteous in the flesh, they have completed their water baptism, they have irrevocably gained the blessing of the FRC from the 1AC, or they have received the blessing of the CRC from the ICC. These ones may be angelically second dead, i.e. not born again angelically, i.e. not have an associated angel. But their flesh is indefinitely lasting, it is non ageing, they have no death penalty in their flesh, so they are not the walking dead, they are not constructively first dead, they are not adamic, they are non adamic.

One can be resurrected from dead adamic flesh into living non adamic flesh without dying. This is what happens to those who enter into Zoar, for example. One can be resurrected from the dead which in dead adamic flesh, by being born again as an angel. So here are all the possible resurrections.

1. Born again angelically whilst alive as a human. This is a living resurrection from the 2nd death, from angelic death.
2. Born again non adamically whilst alive as a human. This is a living resurrection from the first death penalty, from adamic death in our flesh, from ageing.
3. Born again as a human from the first death. This is a resurrection from being asleep in the first death to being alive as a non adamic human.
4. Born again as an angel from the first death. This is a resurrection from being asleep in the first death to being alive as an angel.
5. Born again as a human from the second death. This is a release from Gehenna in non adamic human form.
6. Born again as an angel from the second death. This is a release from Gehenna in angelic human form.

Only Adam gets married, in the sense that one partner has to be adamic for a marriage to occur. One partner must be constructively dead in the flesh in order to marry and procreate through sexual reproduction. Sexual reproduction can only produce offspring that are admcially dead, that are ageing, that are under the first death penalty. Non adamic humans such as Enoch, Methuselah, Jared (Melchizedek), Isaac, Jesse, all had children. But their wives were adamic, daughters of Eve.

Those who are born again one way or another, that is judicially alive, that is not under the adamic death penalty, do not get married in the new system. But they can procreate, just as the angels procreate, not by having sex, but by entering into a child rearing agreement and being impregnated by holy spirit as Mary was - see I5. Crudely speaking, the dead marry and the living do not. 

Technically one could look at people with indefinitely lasting human souls but no associated angel as being statistically dead. This is meant in the sense that they have a finite chance of having a lethal accident but live for an indefinitely long period of time which means they will have a lethal accident at some time in the future unless they are born again. So they are statistically constructively dead. However a marriage agreement would be a monstrously large commitment for them. 

5 The rest of the dead did not come to life until the thousand years were ended (Revelation 20). 

This mean those in Gehenna do not come to life until after the 1,000 years.

3 And he came to have 700 wives, princesses, and 300 concubines; and his wives gradually inclined his heart (1 Kings 11).

We at one time though this was 700 year of marriage in the Kingdom for the statistically dead, and 300 years of child rearing agreements but no marriage. But that understanding would require a change of status of the statistically dead - which cannot occur in the Kingdom for baptism test can only be passed under a Satanic Caesar. So there is some other demarcation that occurs 700 years into the Kingdom. 

It is interesting to the writer how much better concubines are than wives! - They don't incline your heart in the wrong direction! You can manipulate them sexually without them manipulating you emotionally - does that ever happen? Seriously though, Solomon did have rather too many - of each! The Law of Moses stipulated that one should not multiply wives for oneself (although there was no penalty if you did). Well actually having two wives is penalty enough one imagines! But of course the brother in law marriage provision might cause you to have more than one wife without sinning. It's like that successful business man said when he was asked why he needed another woman since he already had a wife and a mistress: He said: Yes, but I do not have a girlfriend! Greed is bad period.

Marriage is an institution for the judicially first dead.

The Salvation Covenant Word Symbolism

The counts are: Woman (16), Brother (12), Resurrection (9), Children (3), Seed (7), God (16), Moses (4), Sadducees (3)

So seed means seed in all threads. And woman takes 2 meanings, woman and covenant. But resurrection and children and brother takes 3 meanings one in each thread.

All three sub accounts share the same one word symbolism. From the word counts it is obvious that in the word symbolism 'woman' is covenant, 'resurrection' is being born again, 'children' are actual beneficiaries of the blessing of the covenant, and dead is a word which can mean physically dead or judicially dead in scripture...

22 Let the dead bury their dead (Matthew 8)

'Brother' and 'brothers' just mean brother and brothers (not necessarily genetic).  It is important to realise that to the Hebrew and to God, a grandson is a son, so a grandson and a son are both brothers to a superior paternal ancestor. Specifically, to God, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are all brothers in Terah (Abraham's dad).

From the parallel account principle there are 3 covenants and 3 sets of 7 brothers who together make up a whole picture...

Each account is a distinct separate non overlapping fulfillment of the word symbolism, for all word symbolic threads. All of the fulfilments of one word symbolic thread relate to each other to from one global word symbolic picture for that thread.

The 3 covenants are the 2AC the LCC and the 3AC. Each of these 3 covenants therefore has 7 mediators including Abraham who is the first of the 7 brothers. In the case of the 2AC all 7 are brothers in Noah the blessing mediator of the 2BC under Gabriel, the master mediator of the CRC. In the case of the LCC all 7 are brothers in Terah, Abraham's dad. In the case of the 3AC, all 7 are brothers in Adam, the blessing mediator of the 3BC under, Michael the master mediator of the ARC. Gordon is around with sealed 2NC saints, so he sees sealed offspring/seed before he dies. 

To find out which subaccount relates to which covenant we play spot the difference.

Matthew 22 (LCC) Mark 12 (2AC) Luke 22 (3AC)
7 brothers beside us 7 brothers  7 brothers
Someone dies Someone's brother dies Someone's brother dies
Raise up offspring for his brother Raise up offspring from her for his brother Raise up offspring from her for his brother
All 7 brothers had no offspring when they died The 7 left no offspring The 7 left no children
Did you not read what was spoken to you by God Did you not read in the book of Moses Moses disclosed
nothing You are much mistaken/in error For they are all living to him
You are mistaken knowing neither the scriptures nor the power of God Is this not why you are mistaken, your knowing neither the scriptures nor the power of God? Nothing
The God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, the God of Jacob God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob Lord, the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob

Matthew relates to Genetic offspring ('from her' is not needed), Mark and Luke relates to offspring by covenant ('from her' is needed). Also Matthew describes the Law as being spoken to you by God, so the 7 brothers of Matthew were actually under law, whereas the 7 of Mark and of Luke read about it in the book of Moses. So the covenant of Matthew is the LCC

The 7 brothers left no children in Luke but were not said to leave no offspring. So by omission they did leave offspring, which offspring are those born again. These ones are 'all living to him' (judicially). So the covenant of Luke is the 3AC.

By elimination, the covenant of Mark must be the 2AC. 

The Jews knew neither the [meaning of the] scriptures nor the power of God. Mark states this as a Binary Question, so in the word symbolic meaning the mediators of the 2AC do know the [meaning of the] scriptures and the power of God. The question does not even arise for the sons of the JAC. The sons of the ICC, although knowing God's power and knowing the meaning of the scriptures, evidently make a lot of errors for other reasons (path of least resistance, desires of the world etc). 

Offspring/seed of the covenant are those sealed to get the blessing of the covenant. Children of the covenant are the sons of the blessing of the covenant. The children of the ICC are those from true religions who are resurrected into the Kingdom with non ageing bodies. The children of the JAC are those born again with angelic bodies. The children of the LCC are sons of Israel in the promised land. The offspring/seed of the JAC are those who are declared righteous in spirit. Gordon is alive with all the sealed 2NC saints. But the JWs who are baptised into the LWs, although sealed in the flesh on joining the LWs have perfected their JW water baptism, not their LW water baptism. So these ones are sons of Russell. 

Presumably God is said to be the God of each of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob individually in Matthew, since God dealt with them individually giving them all laws etc under the LCC. But he dealt with them collectively under the ICC. In the case of the JAC, Jesus is Lord, father and God over all three of them.

Brothers in Matthew

Mediator

Main Covenant / Sub Covenant

Brother 1

Abraham

LCC

Brother 2

Isaac

ILLC

Brother 3

Jacob

JLLC

Brother 4

Levi

Priesthood covenant of salt (another clause added to the LCC)

Brother 5

Kohath

Priesthood covenant of salt

Brother 6

Amram

Priesthood covenant of salt

Brother 7

Aaron

Priesthood covenant of salt. First High Priest under Law, mediated entrance into the LCC on the 8th day. Died before anyone got the blessing of the LCC.

 

Brothers in Mark

Mediator

Main Covenant / Sub Covenant

Brother 1

Abraham

2AC

Brother 2

Isaac

ICC

Brother 3

Moses

Law

Brother 4

John

Elijah 1 covenant for water baptism of those in FDS1

Brother 5

Paul

Elijah 2 covenant for water baptism of those in FDS2

Brother 6

Russell

Elijah 3 covenant for water baptism of those in FDS3

Brother 7

Gordon

Elijah 4 covenant for water baptism of those in FDS4

 

Brothers in Luke

Mediator

Main Covenant / Sub Covenant

Brother 1

Abraham

3AC

Brother 2

Isaac

IAC

Brother 3

Jacob

JAC

Brother 4

Jesus

New covenant (Leah) 

Brother 5

Paul

ELC Bilhah

Brother 6

Timothy?

HLC Zilpah

Brother 7

Gordon

2nd New covenant (Rachel)

 

The Church Presidency Word Symbolism

The counts are: Woman (16), Brother (12), Resurrection (9), Children (3), Seed (7), God (16), Moses (4), Sadducees (3)

Here the brothers are presidents of the true church - see U233 and U159. Not sure which gospel is which church, so we have just put them in Gospel and church order for now. 

Brothers in Matthew

President

Church

Brother 1

Peter

TCC1

Brother 2

John

TCC1

Brother 3

Timothy

TCC1

Brother 4

Epaphras

TCC1

Brother 5

Jude

TCC1

Brother 6

St. Linus

TCC1

Brother 7

St. Anacletus

TCC1

 

Brothers in Mark

Mediator

Main Covenant / Sub Covenant

Brother 1

Paul

TCC2 under Bilhah

Brother 2

?? TCC2 under Bilhah

Brother 3

?? TCC2 under Bilhah

Brother 4

?? TCC2 under Bilhah

Brother 5

?? TCC2 under Bilhah

Brother 6

?? TCC2 under Bilhah

Brother 7

?? TCC2 under Bilhah

 

Brothers in Luke

Mediator

Main Covenant / Sub Covenant

Brother 1

Russell

TCC3

Brother 2

Rutherford

TCC3

Brother 3

Knorr

TCC3

Brother 4

Franz

TCC3

Brother 5

Henschel

TCC3

Brother 6

Lyman Swingle

TCC3

Brother 7

Don Adams

TCC3

The woman of TCC1 died as regards being a true religion in between 75Nisan and 79Nisan. The woman of TCC2 died as regards being a true religion sometime not long after 444 AD. The woman of TCC3 died as a true religion on 2004Elul14. They none of them left children of the JAC behind on earth, for the blessings of that covenant occur in heaven on in the kingdom of God on earth.

Sandals and Feet

We have been saying for 10 years that one race does not need 3 fathers and that there are two greater Moses'. God said to Moses at the thornbush:

4 When Jehovah saw that he turned aside to inspect, God at once called to him out of the midst of the thornbush and said: Moses! Moses! to which he said: Here I am.
5 Then he said: Do not come near here. Draw your sandals from off your feet, because the place where you are standing is holy ground.
6 And he went on to say: I [am] God of your father, God of Abraham, God of Isaac and God of Jacob. Then Moses concealed his face, because he was afraid to look at the [true] God (Exodus 3).

15 Then God said once more to Moses: This is what you are to say to the sons of Israel: Jehovah, God of your forefathers, God of Abraham, God of Isaac and God of Jacob, has sent me to you. This is my name to time
indefinite, and this is the remembrance of me to generation after generation (Exodus 3).

And this is a quadruple successive designation. So we have a lot of flexibility as regards greater meanings!

A wife dying as a covenant is the 'procreative means' of the covenant ending, which is the termination of entrance into that covenant. 

7 is a numeral used as a countable noun 4x. What does this mean? Surely 7 can only mean 7??

 

Word Symbolic meaning of the Brother-in-law marriage provision of the Law

5 In case brothers (x)) dwell together (i.e. in Israel, not in the same house) and one of them has died without his having a son, the wife (#y) is a softened form of #n) Ben Davidson AHCL section 45 - irregular nouns) of the dead one should not become a strange man's (#y)) outside. Her brother-in-law (mby) should go to her, and he must take her as his wife (#n)) and perform brother-in-law marriage with her.
6 And it must occur that the firstborn whom she will bear should succeed to the name of his dead brother (x)), that his name may not be wiped out of Israel.
7 Now if the man (#y)) finds no delight in taking his sister in law (tmby), his sister in law (tmby) must then go up to the gate to the older men and say, 'My brother-in-law (mby) has refused to preserve for his brother (x)) [a] name in Israel. He has not consented to perform brother-in-law marriage with me.'
8
And the older men of his city must call him and speak to him, and he must stand and say, 'I have found no delight in taking her.'
9 At that his sister in law (tmby) must approach him before the eyes of the older men and draw his sandal off his foot and spit in his face and answer and say, 'That is the way it should be done to the man (#y)) who will not build up his brother's (x)) household.'
10 And his name must be called in Israel 'The house of the one who had his sandal drawn off' (Deuteronomy 25).

This must have something to do with John the baptist saying he was not worthy to untie the lace of Jesus' sandal.

Word/Phrase

Count

1st and only Word Symbolism

Brother 4x The Sons of a subcovenant of the JAC. So the sons of the 1NC are the 'brother' of the sons of the 2NC.
Brother in law 2x The administrattors of the law of a true church. So FDS3 is the 'brother in law' of FDS4.
Wife, man (#y)) 4x The congregation, the church of a water baptism, the sons of a water baptism covenant, the sons of the 1EC, 2EC, 3EC or 4úC. A true church!
Brother in law marriage 2x Become head of the new true church, replacing the previous true church.
Died na President dies physically.
Dead na Spiritually dead (disfellowshipped).
Firstborn 1x The first ones from the old church to join the new church are saints. In fact the first 12,000 of the correct age etc to join the LWs from the JWs are 1NC reserves, so they get the name of the brother.
Name 4x The born again name of the mediator of the subcovenant of the JAC.
Sister in law 3x Sister in law (dependent symbolism on brother in law).
Wife (#n)) 1x Wife (generally or dependent on #y))
Older men 2x Governing Body
His brother's household 1x Brother's household (Generally - Jesus' household).
Sandal  2x The covering device which prevents the 2NC saints from setting foot in the new administration. Foot (last Christians) as compared to head (first Christians). 

 

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Historical record of our irrelevant adverb and verb count table - not part of the code and historical record of some of our old incorrect understandings of the above.

Item Noun used as noun  Literal
Physical family
Word 1
The CRC families of
FDS1 (Matthew), the Jews (Mark) FDS3 (Luke) 
Word 2 
The ARC families of
FDS1 (Matthew) FDS3 (Luke)
Sadducees 2x Sadducees  The Jews who did not believe that Jesus was resurrected which negates the 1AC, and therefore all human resurrections, and those in FDS1 and FDS3 who did not believe in a human resurrection on earth. na
Ones saying there is no resurrection   Sadducees (the anti Pharisee sect of Sadoc 3rd century BC) na True Christians who do not believe in the sanctification of anyone other than 1NC saints
Scribes 1x Scribes Scribes (Governing body, they determine written content) Scribes (Governing body, they determine written content)
Resurrection 8x Any resurrection from the physically dead Resurrection into the Kingdom of God on earth (CRC) Being born again, sanctification in holy spirit
Teacher 4x Angelic teacher of this to the Sadducees (Jesus) Holy Spirit Holy Spirit
Jesus 3x Jesus First Word Symbolic Thread Second Word Symbolic Thread
Moses 4x Moses Adamic teacher of this to the Sadducees (Paul/Gordon) Adamic teacher of this to the questioners (Paul/Gordon)
Thornbush 2x Burning bush Judged congregations of WSS1 (Matthew) and the fallen Jewish system after 33Nisan14 (Mark) and WSS2 (Luke), full of thorns. Judged congregations of WSS1 (Matthew) and WSS2 (Luke), full of thorns.
Someone (tiV) 3x Someone Abraham Russell
Child (teknoV) (dependent symbolism)  1x Child of the relevant woman Child of the relevant woman na
Children 2x Children Resurrected sons of the relevant 1AC subcovenant. Resurrected sons of the relevant 3AC subcovenant.
Childless (adjective)  na Childless Without 'children' Without 'children'
Sons 3x Citizens, spirit children, beneficiaries.
(3 meanings in the literal account, so no extra meanings).
Citizens, spirit children, beneficiaries Citizens, spirit children, beneficiaries
Offspring (seed) 7x Offspring (seed) Offspring (seed) who receive the blessing of the covenant (resurrection or promised land). Offspring (seed)
Brother 9x
Brother in adamic flesh Brother in edenic flesh Brother in spirit
Brothers 3x Brothers Submediators of a fleshly covenant 1AC (Matthew), LCC (Mark), 1AC (Luke) Submediators of a spirit covenant 3AC (Matthew), 3AC (Luke)
Woman, wife (gunh) 14x
Woman, wife  Fleshly covenant 1AC (Matthew), LCC (Mark), 1AC (Luke) 3AC
Dead 8x Physically dead Judicially dead Judicially dead
Living 4x Physically alive Judicially alive, born again Judicially alive, born again
Scriptures 2x literal meaning Word symbolic meaning Word symbolic meaning
Power of God 2x Over physical death Over judicial death Over judicial death
Abraham 3x Abraham Abraham mediator of 1AC Abraham mediator of 3AC
Isaac 3x Isaac Isaac mediator of 1IC Isaac mediator of 2IC
Jacob 3x Jacob Jacob mediator of 1JC Jacob mediator of JAC
First [one] adjective used as noun na (3) First brother First mediator First mediator
Second [one] na (3) Second brother Second mediator Second mediator
Third [one] na (3) Third brother Third mediator Third mediator
Lord 1x Lord (Jehovah) Lord (Jehovah)  Lord Jesus (Master mediator of ARC)

 

Maritally (wife-wise) (gunaiaka) used as an adverb.  na Maritally (as husband - see Collins English Dictionary) Maritally (as mediator) Maritally (as priest)
Marry (gamew na (5x) Marry Marry Marry
Given in marriage (gamizw) na (4x) Given in marriage Party to a salvation covenant Party to a salvation covenant
Brother in law marriage (epigambreuw) na (1x) Doh! Woops! na
Raise up (anisthmi) na (2x)     na
Raise up (exanisthmi) na (2x      
Raise up/awaken (egeirw) na (2x)      
Had, having na (6x) Have as a family member Have by salvation agreement Have as a congregation
Take, took na (6x) Take in marriage Take by agreement Take headship of
Leave, left 4x leave free, leave as physical progeny   na
Leave behind 3x leave behind physically    
Die, dies, died 11x Physically die Physically die Physically die
Deceased 1x Physically dead Physically dead Physically dead

 

 

Item Noun used as noun  Literal
Physical family
Word 1
Salvation families
Word 2 (Matthew & Luke only)
Congregation families
Sadducees 2x Sadducees True Christians who do not believe in the sanctification of anyone other than 1NC saints investigate the word symbolic meaning of these 3 accounts.  na
Scribes 1x Scribes Scribes (Governing body, they determine written content) Scribes (Governing body, they determine written content)
Resurrection 9x Any resurrection from the physically dead Resurrection from the judicially dead, being born again Resurrection from the judicially dead, for those with an earthly future.
Teacher 4x Angelic teacher of this to the Sadducees (Jesus) Adamic teacher of this to the Sadducees (Paul) Adamic teacher of this to the Sadducees (Gordon)
Jesus 3x Jesus Holy Spirit ??
Moses 4x Moses Jesus in word symbolism Jesus in word symbolism
Thornbush 2x Burning bush Judged congregation of FDS1, full of thorns. (One Word symbolic meaning of Exodus 3) Judged congregation of FDS3, full of thorns. (One Word symbolic meaning of Exodus 3)
Someone (tiV) 3x Someone Abraham Russell
Child (teknoV) (dependent symbolism)  1x Child Son of the covenant. This is a son of the land promise too in the case of the LCC. So Jacob had no 'child' in this sense because none of his sons had any chance of getting the promised land - living too early. But Levi was a mediator of the Covenant of Salt na
Children 2x Children Sealed sons of the relevant covenant. All the sealed children were not chucked out. Children declared righteous in spirit, sealed in spirit. These were not chucked out.
Childless (adjective)  na Childless Without sons of the covenant Without spirit baptised children
Sons 3x Citizens, spirit children, beneficiaries Citizens, spirit children, beneficiaries Citizens, spirit children, beneficiaries
Offspring (seed) 7x Offspring (seed) Offspring (seed) who receive the blessing of the covenant (resurrection or promised land). Offspring (seed)
Brother 9x
Brother in the flesh Brothers in spirit Brothers in the 1AC
Brothers 3x Brothers Sons of the same Master Mediator or Patriarch, Abraham (3AC Matthew), Abraham (1AC Luke), Abraham (LCC Mark)  
Woman, wife (gunh) 15x
Woman, wife  Covenant Congregation (of FDS1/WSS1 then of FDS3/WSS2) in subjection to spiritual head. 
Dead 8x Physically dead Judicially dead Judicially dead
Living 4x Physically alive Judicially alive, born again Judicially alive, born again
Scriptures 2x literal meaning Word symbolic meaning Word symbolic meaning
Power of God 2x Over physical death Over judicial death Over judicial death
Abraham 3x Abraham Jacob (and sons) Gordon (and sons)
Isaac 3x Isaac Jesus (and sons) GCC mediator (and sons)
Jacob 3x Jacob Gordon (and sons) ZCC mediator (and sons)
First [one] adjective used as noun na (3) First brother First mediator First president
Second [one] na (3) Second brother Second mediator Second president
Third [one] na (3) Third brother Third mediator Third president
Lord 1x Lord (Jehovah) Lord (Jehovah) Lord (Jesus)