21 Then Peter came up and said to him: Lord, how many
times is my brother [1NC reserves in Laodicea
who know about the contest] to sin against me and am I to forgive
him? Until 7 times?
22 Jesus said to him: I say to you, not, until 7 times [of the Kingdom maledictions], but, until 70 times 7 [this can be 77x or 490x] [490 days, or 70 weeks of Daniel9?] (Matthew 18).
77x months precisely from the placing on 2001Heshvan14 of the transgression causing desolation to the Watchtower of the diabolical the library card letter to the Bethels of 2001Heshvan10/11, to 2008Nisan14, the end of the ARC world Passover celebration in heaven, the correctly celebrated engagement festival for the 1st and actually 2nd marriages. Then the 7x of the Kingdom Exedenic Times from 2008Nisan15-2015Nisan15 require a further forgiveness after 7x before the 2nd marriage of Peter's 1NC 2nd presence brothers on 2015Ab21.
Putting this another way. You must forgive your brother who is sinning against you for 11x more than you think. These 11x are Lamech's Times from the murder of Abel on 3928Nisan14 to the sacrifice of Jesus on 33Nisan14, which is the basis of all forgiveness for Adam.
77x is a failure to success period. Adam failed his test, Jesus passed his test and was the 77th in line from Adam including Immanuel whom Michael possessed.
Elijah4 woke up with the idea of Baalian Pentecosts and that Laodicea and the Watchtower became prophets of Baal on falling as a true church, on 2016Shebat21, 77x of BLC Pentecosts after the first Watchtower destruction prediction failure on 2006Sivan12. This was the 77th prediction failure Pentecost in straight sequential BLC 50 counts.
The false prophets are enumerated in 50s as well and the true prophets in 1Kings18. So the prophetic solution, the date of the fire signs should be both Baalian and Asheraian and divine in some sense.
The concept that prophets of Jehovah become prophets of Baal when a true church becomes false is fundamental to the correct interpretation of 1Kings18. So Elijah4 succeeded conceptually 77 contest Pentecosts after his first prediction failure. All of this is a metaphor to our path to divinity. Because Jesus was the 77th in line from Adam (including Immanuel whom he possessed). So 77x is a failure to success period. For Jesus succeeded where Adam failed.
Returning to Matthew 18:22 - Is there an implied 'times' after the adjective 7... ?
ebdomhkontakiV (seventy times) epta (seven) [times]
Yet the LXX at Genesis4:24 translates 70 times and 7 in Hebrew (which is 77x) as...
ebdomhkontakiV (seventy times) epta (seven)
The LXX was translated from Hebrew into Greek 300 years before Christ (by 70 people in Alexandria). So it must be taken as the best possible translation since Jesus spoke their kind of Greek. So Matthew18:21 means 77x, not 490x. But there again it could mean either so it means both.
23 That is why the kingdom of the heavens has become like a man, a king, that wanted to settle accounts with his slaves.
24 When he started to settle them, there was brought in a man [AOL] who owed him 10,000 talents [30,000,000 shekels, which are the 30 million 2NC Kings and Lords].
25 But because he did not have the means to pay [it] back, his master ordered him and his wife and his children and all the things he had to be sold and payment to be made.
26 Therefore the slave fell down and began to do obeisance to him, saying, 'Be patient with me and I will pay back everything to you.' [He at the end of the contest of 1Kings18]
27 Moved to pity at this, the master of that slave let him off and cancelled his debt.
28 But that slave went out and found one of his fellow slaves that was owing him 100 denarii [30 shekels, the price of a slave]; and, grabbing him, he began to choke him, saying, 'Pay back whatever you owe.'
29 Therefore his fellow slave fell down and began to entreat him, saying, 'Be patient with me and I will pay you back.'
30 However, he was not willing, but went off and had him thrown into prison until he should pay back what was owing.
31 When, therefore, his fellow slaves saw the things that had happened, they became very much grieved, and they went and made clear to their master all the things that had happened.
32 Then his master summoned him and said to him, 'Wicked slave, I cancelled all that debt for you, when you entreated me.
33 Ought you not, in turn, to have had mercy on your fellow slave, as I also had mercy on you?'
34 With that his master, provoked to wrath, delivered him to the jailers, until he should pay back all that was owing.
35 In like manner my heavenly Father will also deal with you if you do not forgive each one his brother from your hearts. (Matthew 18 NWT)