The Secret of The Narrow Door

One of the results established in the book via Biblical Mathematics is the following:

When we pray the Lord’s Prayer, we are led by the Holy Spirit to become more like Jesus Christ.

This result establishes that praying the Lord’s Prayer is an act of acquiring holiness with the help of the Holy Spirit. Praying the Lord’s Prayer is how we can partake in sanctification.

Therefore it is the Holy Spirit that will guide us  through the Narrow Door of the Kingdom of God.

Indeed, we shall show here that we must have the Fruit of the Holy Spirit in order to enter the Narrow Door of the Kingdom of God.   In Galatians 5:22-23, the set of the Fruit of the Holy Spirit is S = {LOVE, JOY, PEACE, PATIENCE, KINDNESS, GOODNESS, BELIEF, MEEKNESS, SELF-CONTROL}.  Having these 9 elements of set S as Christian attributes will allow one to enter the Narrow Door, which is described in Luke 13:22 – 27 (ERV):

22 Jesus was teaching in every town and village. He continued to travel toward Jerusalem. 23 Someone said to him, “Lord, how many people will be saved? Only a few?”

Jesus said, 24 “The door to heaven is narrow. Try hard to enter it. Many people will want to enter there, but they will not be able to go in. 25 If a man locks the door of his house, you can stand outside and knock on the door, but he won’t open it. You can say, ‘Sir, open the door for us.’ But he will answer, ‘I don’t know you. Where did you come from?’ 26 Then you will say, ‘We ate and drank with you. You taught in the streets of our town.’ 27 Then he will say to you, ‘I don’t know you. Where did you come from? Get away from me! You are all people who do wrong!’

To have a sense of how difficult for sinful people to enter the Kingdom of God, in Luke 13:27, we read: “But he will reply, ‘I don’t know you or where you come from. Away from me, all you evildoers!’”.  The Greek gematria of Luke 13:27 can be shown to be 6,929. Interestingly, this corresponds to the verse Matthew 9:21, one of only two verses with the same gematria.   Matthew 9:21 refers to the woman who touched Jesus’ gown and got healed in the process: “For she said within herself, If I may but touch his garment, I shall be whole.

In another interesting twist, the gematria of the set S, taken from the original Greek texts of Galatians 5:22-23.  is also 6,929.


In conclusion therefore, with the Fruit of the Holy Spirit, we can be made “whole” – like the woman who touched Jesus’ garment in Matthew 9:21 – and avoid being rejected at the gate as depicted in Luke 13:27.

The Secret of the Narrow Door is the Fruit of the Holy Spirit!

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