To the right, is a diagram of the golden spiral, also known as the golden section, the golden ratio, The Fibonacci Sequence, or "God's divine signature". If you don't know what the golden spiral is, then take some time to research it online.
The spiral can be divided into sections/proportions. The ratio of those sections, one to another, are considered to be perfect in beauty and can be found all throughout nature.
Do you see how the blue section is slightly smaller than the red section? Those are the proportions of the golden ratio.
Not only did God design creation with this spiral pattern and its proportions, but He also embedded this divine signature into the layout of the Bible.
Let's divide the Bible into sections using the number (1.618). How many books are in the Bible? 66
Divide 66 by the golden ratio number (1.618 ) and what do you get? 40.79
What is the 40th book of the Bible?
As seen in the diagram to the right, the golden ratio number divided the Bible exactly where it is supposed to divide -at the Book of Matthew. It perfectly divided the old testament from the new testament. The proportions of the golden ratio found all throughout nature is also embedded into the layout of the Bible.
Now, let's spiral deeper into the new testament to see that the golden section is linked to the Bible.
"2nd Timothy 2:15" is the verse that tells us to "righty divide" the Bible into sections. I'm going to show you how "God's divine number" (1.618) leads you directly to that exact verse.
There are 27 books in the new testament, correct?
Now, "rightly divide" 27 by 1.618 and what do you get?
What is the 16th book in the new testament?
Okay, how many verses are in 2nd Timothy?
Now divide 83 by 1.618 and what do you get?
Okay, now starting from the very last verse in 2nd Timothy (which is 2nd Timothy 4:22) count backwards 51 verses and tell me what verse you land on.
2nd Timothy 2:15
2 Timothy 2:15 says: "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."
Not only is God's divine number found all throughout nature, but it's also clearly revealed it in His Word.
Romans 1:20 adds to this, when it says:
"For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse."