In previous articles, we’ve discussed many Python basic concepts, such as Lists, tuples, dictionaries. In this new article, we’re going to dive a bit deeper. We’ll discover some Python Projects For Beginners with examples.

Without further due, here are the headlines:

1. Variables and Maths
2. More Variables and The Print Function
3. Strings and Text
4. Prompting User
6. Functions and Variables
7. Functions and Files
8. If Statement
9. Loops and Lists
10. A basic Desktop App

## Python Projects For Beginners – 1. Variables and Maths

### Introducing the print function

Before you start coding, let me remind you quickly of the print function. Simply put, it’s used to print whatever you pass into its parentheses. Example: `print ('Hello World')` will simply print Hello World, and `print ( 1 + 2 )` will print 3 as Python is intelligent enough to perform Maths. However, `print ( '1 + 2')` will print 1 + 3 (without doing the addition because it considers the numbers as strings in this case) and I let you try what `print ( '1' + '2') `will show!

### Introducing Variables

In Python, a variable is a named container that contains some value and stores it in the computer memory. The value can be of any data type: string, integer, float, … The stored value can then be retrieved by calling the variable name. Examples: `x = 2` will assign the value 2 to the variable x, `y = 'hello'` will store the text hello inside the variable called y and `Pi = 3.14` will assign the value 3.14 to the variable named Pi.

### Learn the hard way

Now that you’re familiar enough with the 2 above mentioned concepts, let’s use them to code some useful Python program.

Imagine you’re working in a transportation company, and you’re boss asked you to prepare a status report. This should include the total number of buses, space in each bus, number of drivers, the number of passengers, buses that are not used, buses used, the total buses capacity, and the average passengers per bus.

`buses = 100space_in_a_bus = 20.0drivers = 30passengers = 130buses_not_driven = to be calculated buses_driven = to be calculated total_capacity = to be calculatedaverage_passengers_per_bus = to be calculated `

You’re going to use the given numeric data and do some maths on it to get the requested numbers, then print the results. use the guided code file below to code this project:

``````# 1. Declare and initiate all the variables for this project
# Use the given variable names and values to do so, if the variable has no value, then you need to do some math to calculate it's vale, E.G. average_passengers_per_bus = passengers / buses_driven

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# 2. Print the obtained values in useful sentences, E.G. print "There are", buses, "buses available."

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If you get the same result as the above picture, then congratulations, you did it, now you can move to the next project. Otherwise please try again before moving forward. If you need help, please feel free to ask your questions in the comment section.

## Python Projects For Beginners – 2. More Variables and the Print Function

### Introducing Strings

In the previous exercise, we’ve used strings. Simply put, a string is a text, something readable by humans, whatever you put between quote marks for the print function is considered a string, e.g. `print ('The Number of buses used is')`. In this exercise, we’ll use more variables, strings and we’ll print them out.

### Embed variables inside a string

You embed variables inside a string by using specialized format sequences and then putting the variables at the end with a special syntax, for example, `print ("We have", passengers, "to buspool today.")`. This statement will embed the variable passengers inside the string passed to the print function.

Need help with Python variables and data type? Watch this 2.30 minutes video:

### Learn the hard way

The purpose of this exercise is to let Python talks about your friend, using his/her information, such as age, height, weight, hair color, eyes color and create a small descriptive paragraph about your friend.

`Your_friend_name = 'name here' Your_friend_age = age here Your_friend_height = height here Your_friend_weight = weight here Your_friend_eyes = 'eyes color here' Your_friend_teeth = 'teeth color here' Your_friend_hair = 'hair color here'`

After inserting your friend’s information to the code below, you need to let Python build a small descriptive paragraph about your friend. The output should be:

`Let's talk about (your friend's name' He's 'your friend height' inches tall. He's 'your friend weight' pounds heavy. Actually, that's not too heavy. He's got 'your friend eyes color' eyes and 'your friend hair color' hair. His teeth are usually 'your friend teeth color' depending on the coffee. If I add 'age' , height, and 'weight' I get 'addition result'`.

Use the below-guided code file to code on your computer, the result should be the same.

``````# 1. Declare and initiate your friend's information usig the above mentioned variable names
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# 2. Print the descriptive paragraph text and insert the variables into it e.g. print ("He's %d inches tall." % Your_friend_height)
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# 3. Save and run your code to see the result
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If you get the same result as the above picture, then congratulations, you did it, now you can move to the next project. Otherwise please try again before moving forward. If you need help, please feel free to ask your questions in the comment section.

## Python Projects For Beginners – 3. Strings and Text

This Python exercise is a bit similar to the previous one. Its purpose is to let you use more Python strings and built-in functions to produce meaningful text. This exercise is a bit hard, so please, carefully follow the below guidelines to code. If you get stuck try again until you get it done.

### Introducing The %d, %s and %r Tokens

The new concepts here are the Boolean values of `True `or `False `that will be used. Also, we’ll be using `%d`, `%r` and `%s` tokens.

Simply put`%s` token allows inserting (and potentially format) a string. The `%s` token is replaced by whatever I pass to the string after the `%` symbol.

The %d is a integer decimal representation of a numeric object. (It will raise TypeError for non-numeric objects).

The %r is the Python “representation” for the object, a string which, if presented to a Python interpreter should be parsed as a literal or as an instantiation of a new object of that time and with the same value.

### Learn The Hard Way

Write a Python Program that will print out the following paragraph:

`There are 2 types of people. Those who know binary and those who don't. I said: 'There are 2 types of people.'. I also said: 'Those who know binary and those who don't.'. Isn't that joke so funny?! False This is the left side of…a string with a right side.`

Start by declaring and initializing the following variables:

`x = "There are ** types of people." * * binary = "binary" do_not = "don't" y = "Those who know ** and those who **." * (binary, do_not)`

N.B. You should replace the asterix (*) characters with the above-presented tokens. The print these 2 variables, each one in a separate line.

Now, reuse the above variables and insert them in the print function to repeat what’s been said.

`print "I said: **." * xprint "I also said: '**'." * y`

Next, define a new variable named `hilarious` and assign the Boolean value `False` to it. Then reuse the assigned value in another variable named joke_evaluation that contains the text “Isn’t that joke so funny?!” (False should follow this question) `joke_evaluation = "Isn't that joke so funny?! %r"`

Finally, print the question and the answer False following it.

If you get the same result as the above picture, then congratulations, you did it, now you can move to the next project. Otherwise please try again before moving forward. If you need help, please feel free to ask your questions in the comment section.

## Python Projects For Beginners – 4. Prompting User

The purpose of this exercise is to let you get some values from the user and manipulate them to produce a small paragraph.

### Introducing The Python input Function

if the Python print function lets you print whatever value you passed to it in its parentheses, then the input function lets you obtain data you want by asking the user to type it into your Python program. For example: `input("what is your name?")` will show this question and halts to get it an answer from you (the user).

### Using values obtained from The Python input Function

To get the most out of this function, it’s useful to assign the obtained value to a variable that you can call and manipulate later on. For example: `name = input ('what is your name?')` will assign the entered value to the variable named ‘name’ which you can use later on.

### Learn the Hard Way

The purpose of this exercise is to let Python ask you about your information: age, height and weight. Then reuse those to display a small descriptive paragraph about you.

The output of this program should be: `So, you're '30' old, '158' tall and '60' heavy.`

Use the below-guided code file to write the program, if you want to code on your computer that’s fine, the result should be the same.

``````# 1. Declare and initiate the variables age, height, weight, then let Python ask you to enter them using a question inside the input function e.g. age = input("How old are you? ")

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# 2. Reuse the above-obtained value to produce the paragraph, remember the %r token

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## Python Projects For Beginners – 5. Reading and Writing Files

### Introducing Python File Methods

Python includes all sort of handy functions, methods, libraries and more. In this part, we’re interested in file modes and functions. we’ll be using them in our code. Just remember the followings:

• close: Closes the file. Like File- >Save.. in your editor.
• read: Reads the contents of the file. You can assign the result to a variable.
• truncate: Empties the file. Watch out if you care about the file.
• write(stuff): Writes stuff to the file.
• seek: Sets the file’s current position at the offset

The purpose of this program is to let you open a file and manipulate it with Python.

### Lear The Hard Way!

1. Start a new Python script by initializing a variable with a concatenated string containing newline characters
`poem = 'I never saw a man who looked\n' poem += 'With such a wistful eye\n' poem += 'Upon that little tent of blue\n' poem += 'Which prisoners call the sky\n'`
2. Next, add a statement to create a file object for a new text file named “poem.txt” to write content into
` file = open( 'poem.txt' , 'w' )`
3. Now, add statements to write the string contained in the variable into the text file, then close that file
`file.write( poem ) file.close()`
4. Then, add a statement to create a file object for the existing text file “poem.txt” to read from`file = open( 'poem.txt' , 'r' )`
5. Now, add statements to display the contents of the text file, then close that file` for line in file : print( line , end = '' ) file.close()`
6. Save the file in your scripts directory, then open a Command Prompt window there and run this program to see the file get created then read out to display
7. Launch the Notepad text editor to confirm the new text file exists and reveal its contents written by the program
8. Now, add statements at the end of the program to append a citation to the text file then save the script file again
`file = open( 'poem.txt' , 'a' ) file.write( '(Oscar Wilde)' ) file.close()`
9. Run this program again to re-write the text file then view its contents in Notepad to see the citation now appended after the original text content

If you get the same result as the above picture, then congratulations, you did it, now you can move to the next project. Otherwise please try again before moving forward. If you need help, please feel free to ask your questions in the comment section.

## Python Projects For Beginners – 6. Functions and Variables

### Defining a Python Function

If you remember from the previous article about the Range Function, we’ve used a schema to represent it. We said that a function can be presented as a sort of a system that accepts some input, perform operations on them, and then return some outputs.

In Python, functions do three things:

1. They name code blocks the same way that variables names strings and numbers.
2. They take inputs, those are called arguments.
3. Using the 2 above properties, they let you create your own code snippets than you can use as long as you need inside your programs.

Example:

`def my_function (books_count, notebooks_count)`

` print ("You have %d books!" %books_count) print ("You have %d notebooks!" %notebooks_count) print ("Man that's enough to study!") print ("Get to work.\n")`

Let’s explain quickly what these lines mean, first we define the function “`my_function`” and we give it the arguments `books_count `and `notebooks_count`.

Then in the following lines, we tell the function what to do with those arguments. Simply put, it will embed them in the strings and print the result. Note the indentation of print statements inside the function, any line that is indented is a part of the function.

### Python Functions: Learn the hard way!

Use the above function to print a paragraph about functions and how to use them. Follow the guided code below.

The final text to be printed should be:

We can just give the function numbers directly:
You have 10 books!
You have 10 notebooks!
Man that’s enough to study!
Get to work.
OR, we can use variables from our script:
You have 12 books!
You have 13 notebooks!
Man that’s enough to study!
Get to work.
We can even do math inside too:
You have 17 books!
You have 15 notebooks!
Man that’s enough to study!
Get to work.
And we can combine the two, variables and math:
You have 35 books!
You have 30 notebooks!

``````# To make the work easy for you, the function is already here
def my_function(books_count, notebooks_count):
print ("You have %d books!" %books_count)
print ("You have %d notebooks!" %notebooks_count)
print ("Man that's enough to study!")
print ("Get to work.\n")

# 2. print the sentence "We can just give the function numbers directly:" non indented, then call my_function with the arguments (10, 10)
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# 3. print the sentence "OR, we can use variables from our script:", then assign the values 12 and 13 to the variables amount_of_books and amount_of_notebooks succevely
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# Call my_function with the argument amount_of_books, amount_of_notebooks
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# 4. print the sentence "We can even do math inside too:" and call my_function with addition for it's aguments, use 10 + 7 and 13 + 2
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# 5. print the sentence "And we can combine the two, variables and math:" and call my_function using the argumnts amount_of_books + 23, amount_of_notebooks + 17
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If you get the same result as the above picture, then congratulations, you did it, now you can move to the next project. Otherwise please try again before moving forward. If you need help, please feel free to ask your questions in the comment section.

Oh, by the way, if you think 10 books aren’t enough to study and get to work, then you should buy some books from Amazon!

## Python Projects For Beginners – 7. Functions and Files

The purpose of this exercise is to allow you dive deeper with functions and files. You’ll need to code on your computer.

### Introducing the Python sys Module

First we need to import the `argv` function from the `sys` module, then we need to assign the current file name to `argv[0]`, don’t feel overwhelmed here, as we’ll discuss this in a future article. But for now, we can do this like so:

`from sys import argv input_file = argv[0]`

### How to comment code in Python

Add a comment to your code at the third line, it can be any text you want. Remember that comments in Python are inserted beginning with the hash character #, e.g. `# some text here` will tell Python to skip this line and go to the next one.

### Code it The Hard Way!

Second, define 3 functions, `print_all` to print the whole file content, `rewind` to let you view previous content of the file, and `print_a_line` to print a specific line of the file.

The first and second function accepts `f` as argument. the third one accepts `line_count` and `f` as arguments.

Third, call the `open `method on the `input_file` argument and assign it to `current_file` then print the sentence `"First let's print all the content of this file:\n"` (the \n is just a symbol used to tell Python to go to a new line)

Fourth, `call print_all` function and pass `current_file` as an argument to it, then print `"Now let's rewind, like going back in a tape."` and call the `rewind` function on the same argument, and print `"Let's print the first three lines of this file:"`

Fifth, define a variable called `current_line` and assign the value of 1 to it. Then call the function `print_a_line` and pass the parameters `current_line`, `current_file` to it.

Next, increase the value of `current_line` by 1 then pass it with `current_file` as arguments to the `print_a_line` function. (remember that to increase the value of an existing variable you simply assign its old value +1 to itself e.g x = x + 1 will increase x by 1.)

Finally, repeat the last operation once more to increase the line number and print whatever it contains.

If you get the same result as the above picture, then congratulations, you did it, now you can move to the next project. Otherwise please try again before moving forward. If you need help, please feel free to ask your questions in the comment section.

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## Python Projects For Beginners – 8. If Statement

We’ve recently discussed the if statement and how you can use it for branching in Python programming. Now, we’ll go the hard way directly in this section.

This exercise is fairly easy and straight forward. It’s going to compare the number of people, cars, and buses, then print a meaningful sentence based on each comparison result.

First, declare and initiate 3 variables for people, cars and buses. You can use whatever values you want or copy mine if you’d like.

Second, compare people to cars. if there are more cars than people, then print “Too many cars in the world” otherwise print “We need more cars!”

Third, compare people to buses. if you find more buses than people, then print “Bad news, the human race is about to disappear” otherwise print “The world is safe”

Fourth, increase the value of cars and compare those to people again. If people>= cars then print “there more people than buses or maybe everyone has a car.”. If people <= cars then print”there more people than cars or maybe everyone has a car.”t. And if people == cars then print “Every one has a car, that’s cool.”

``````#Remove the comments and start coding
#people = 20
#cars = 30
#buses = 15

If you used the same values as me and got the same result as the above picture, then congratulations. if your values are different than mine and you get the result without the interpreter throwing errors, you did it, now you can move to the next project. Otherwise, please try again before moving forward. If you need help, please feel free to ask your questions in the comment section.

## Python Projects For Beginners – 9. Loops and Lists

We’ve talked about lists, tuples, sets, and dictionaries in a previous article, and we’ve discussed using the for loop as well. So in this section, we’ll be using what we’ve learned to manipulate lists using the for loop in a simple Python Beginners Exercise.

First, create 3 lists named: my_count, fruits and change. And containing `[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]` then `['apples', 'oranges', 'banana', 'lemons']` and `[1, 'cents', 2, 'half euro', 3, 'euros']`

Second, use the for loop to produce a counter of the first list my_count and print the result, use `print ("This is count %d" % number)`

Third, use another for loop to print each element in the second list fruits. Use `print ("A fruit of type: %s" % fruit)`

Fourth, use another for loop to print out each element in the third list named change, you can use `print ("I got %r" % i)` where i is the variable for which the for loop will iterate through the list’s elements.

Fifth, declare and initiate an empty list named elements then use a for loop with `range (1, 6)` to add elements to the empty list. You can do that using the following code block:

`for i in range(0, 6): print ("Adding %d to the list." % i)`

`elements.append(i)`

Finally, print the number of elements in the list using a for loop and `print ("Element was: %d" % i)`

Use the guided coding file below to write your code.

``````#my_count = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
#fruits = ['apples', 'oranges', 'banana', 'lemons']
#change = [1, 'cents', 2, 'half euro', 3, 'euros']

# this first  for loop goes through a list
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# same as above
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# also we can go through mixed lists too
# notice we have to use %r since we don't know what's in it
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# we can also build lists, first start with an empty one
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# then use the range function to do 0 to 5 counts
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# append is a function that lists understand
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# now we can print them out too
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If you get the same result as the above picture, then congratulations, you did it, now you can move to the next project. Otherwise please try again before moving forward. If you need help, please feel free to ask your questions in the comment section.

## Python Projects For Beginners – 10. A Basic Desktop App

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We are coming to a future of a one-world cashless society where they will mandate us to receive an RFID chip inserted in our body. This chip will contain all of our personal information and we will lose our privacy because of the tracking power.

More importantly, did you hear that this was predicted around 2000 years ago from a person named Jesus Christ? Hard to believe? Keep reading to see… This could be the most important thing you will ever read.

– “Also he(the false prophet) forces everyone — great and small, rich and poor, free and slave — to receive a mark on his right hand or on his forehead preventing anyone from buying or selling unless he has the mark, that is, the name of the beast or the number of its name. This is where wisdom is needed; those who understand should count the number of the beast, for it is the number of a person, and its number is 666” (Revelation 13:16-18 CJB)….

Referring to the last days, this could only be referring to a cashless money society, which has yet to occur, but we are on the horizon of. How come? Otherwise we would be able to buy or sell without accepting the mark between each other if tangible money was still around. It logically deduces itself to this conclusion.

The mark could not be anything spiritual, because the word references two distinct physical locations. If it was to be spiritual, the text would only conclude one place.

This is just the beginning. It is amazing how on the nail the scriptures are in regards to this RFID microchip. Here are the details from a man named Carl Sanders who labored with a bunch of engineers to help produce the RFID microchip in the 90’s.

Carl Sanders sat in 17 New World Order conferences with heads of state officials such as Henry Kissinger and Bob Gates of the CIA to discuss plans on how to bring forth this one-world system. The government commissioned Carl Sanders to design a microchip for identifying and controlling the peoples of the nations-a microchip that would be placed underneath the skin with a hypodermic needle(a fast, convenient procedure that would be gradually received by the nations).

Mr. Sanders, with a team of engineers with him, with U.S. grant monies supplied by tax dollars, took on this task and engineered a chip that is powered by a lithium battery, rechargeable through the temperature changes in our skin. Without the knowledge of the Bible (Sanders was not a follower of Jesus at the time), these engineers spent one-and-a-half-million dollars gathering information on the best and most convenient location to have the microchip placed in the body.

These researchers discovered that the forehead and the back of the hand(the two spots Revelation says the mark will be placed) are not just the most convenient spots, however are also the only viable spots for fast, steady temperature fluctuations inside the skin to recharge the lithium battery. The RFID microchip is approximately 7 millimeters in length, .75 millimeters in diameter, about the dimensions of a grain of rice. It is capable of storing pages upon pages of data you. All your common data, work information, crime data, health information, and financial data can be stored on this microchip.

Carl Sanders believes that this microchip, which he regretfully helped invent, is the “mark of the beast” spoken about in Revelation 13:16-18. The Greek word for “mark” is “charagma,” which is defined as a “scratch or etching.” It’s also interesting to note that the number 666 is in fact a word in the original Greek language. That word is “chi xi stigma,” with the final part, “stigma,” also meaning “to stick or prick. Carl believes that is referring to the use of a hypodermic needle being poked into a person to insert the chip.”

Mr. Sanders asked a doctor what would occur if the lithium contained within the RFID microchip was exposed in the body. The physician responded by saying a terrible sore would appear in that location. Now this is what the scriptures of Revelation 16:2 has to say:

“And the first went and poured out his bowl on the earth; and there came an evil and grievous sore upon the men that had the mark of the beast, and those who worshipped its image” (Revelation 16:2 DARBY).

The Bible tells us we will not be able to buy or sell without having the mark, or the number of its name. This number of the beast being 666. Scripture tells us to count the number 666. How do we calculate 666?

This is where it becomes an eye opener. Counting the number 666 has been long debated throughout centuries, but has now been revealed in these final days by the Holy Spirit. What you will see establishes itself with the scriptures the real interpretation to calculate 666.

Throughout God’s Holy Scriptures, God uses the number 3 as confirmation of things. Allow me to share some examples:

“For there are three that bear witness in heaven: the Father, the Word, and the Holy Spirit; and these three are one” (1 John 5:7 NKJV).

“and that He was buried, and that He rose again the third day according to the Scriptures” (1 Corinthians 15:4 NKJV).

“…Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, Who was and is and is to come!” (Revelation 4:8 NKJV).

Now what is interesting is the the mark is described in detail in three different verses (Revelation 13:16,17,18), and each verse lists three different examples of the given subject. The last 3 being the number six being used 3 times in a row. This is a key point to solving how to calculate the number 666.

What does it mean to calculate 666? It means to add up. So how could we add up 666? Remember my earlier point concerning God confirming in 3’s. So logically, what would be the most rational way to count the number 666? To add it up equally in 3’s based off the number. It is not reasonable to count it equally as 600+60+6, this would also bring us back to the start. We are not able to count it as 600+600+600, or 60+60+60, because there are no zeroes in between or at the end of 666. The only logical option is 6+6+6=18. What is interesting is that the verse that tells us to count the number itself is verse 18, being the third verse out of 3 verses that describe the mark of the beast. What is 18 divided by 3? 6. So 3×6=18, or 6+6+6=18.

Another interesting point is the only two other possible combinations (bringing a combined total of three possible combinations) for moving the plus symbol in between the sixes are 66+6=72, and 6+66=72. Add up both 72’s together and you get 144. Why the number 144 is interesting is because the verse following Revelation 13:18 is the first time in the scriptures where the 144,000 are being mentioned in detail:

“Then I looked, and behold, a Lamb standing on Mount Zion, and with Him one hundred and forty-four thousand, having His Father’s name written on their foreheads…” (Revelation 14:1).

If we add up all three numbers by counting 666 by moving the plus symbol around in all 3 possible combinations, it would be 72+72+18=162. What is fascinating about the number 162, is, if you divide 144,000 by 162, you get 888. The name of Jesus in Greek gematria calculates to 888. The New Testament was written in the Greek language. Revelation 14:1 not only mentions the 144,000, but also the Lamb of God being Jesus Christ.

Now what is fascinating about the number for Jesus, 888, is that if you apply this same formula, you get 8+8+8=24. Why the number 24? Revelation chapter 4 tells us there are 24 elders seated around the throne of God. This is the same throne where Jesus sits:

“Immediately I was in the Spirit; and behold, a throne set in heaven, and One sat on the throne. And He who sat there was like a jasper and a sardius stone in appearance; and there was a rainbow around the throne, in appearance like an emerald. Around the throne were twenty-four thrones, and on the thrones I saw twenty-four elders sitting, clothed in white robes; and they had crowns of gold on their heads” (Revelation 4:2-4).

Now if you take 8+8+8=24, and 8+88=96, and 88+8=96, you get 24+96+96=216. Take 144,000 divided by 216 and you get 666. Take into account that this was the identical formula to get the value 162 out of counting 666 that brought about the value 888 when dividing 144,000 by 162. It is perpetual.

With utilizing the same formulation of counting by adding the plus symbol in between the numbers, why do all these numbers relate in such a way?

Another fascinating factor to observe is that if you add up all of the numbers from 1 to 36, it totals 666. The number 36, as in three sixes? May this be a sign that we must add up three sixes as opposed to perceiving the number as six-hundred sixty six?

So what may this mean? Well we all know in this world we’re recognized by numbers in numerous forms. Starting from our birth certificate to our social security card, also with our drivers license, being recognized founded on a system of ruler ship. So it’s possible that this RFID microchip will comprise a new identification that has a complete total of 18 characters.

May this be the name of the beast, the number of its name? The one-world beast system which is identified by 18 characters? This is able to fit the scriptures that speaks of a mark that we must have to buy or sell in our right hand or forehead, and that it additionally contains the number of the beast, in the course of a future cashless money society.

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The scriptures warns us in the end times that a false prophet will rise up doing miraculous signs deceiving many to acquire the mark of the beast:

“Then the beast was captured, and with him the false prophet who worked signs in his presence, by which he deceived those who received the mark of the beast and those who worshiped his image” (Revelation 19:20).

At all costs, DO NOT TAKE IT!

“Then a third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, “If anyone worships the beast and his image, and receives his mark on his forehead or on his hand, he himself shall also drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out full strength into the cup of His indignation. He shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels and in the presence of the Lamb. And the smoke of their torment ascends forever and ever; and they have no rest day or night, who worship the beast and his image, and whoever receives the mark of his name” (Revelation 14:9-11).

We are residing in very prophetic times with very important Biblical prophecies being fulfilled. When Donald Trump acknowledged Jerusalem as capital of Israel on December 6 2017, this was a big step to bring forth the Third Temple foretold in the the scriptures.

God’s word tells us that the Antichrist will seat himself in this temple:

“…and the man of sin is revealed, the son of perdition, who opposes and exalts himself above all that is called God or that is worshiped, so that he sits as God in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God” (2 Thessalonians 2:3-4).

Inside the Islamic religion, there is a person referred to as the Mahdi, known as their messiah who they’re eagerly waiting to be revealed. There are various testimonies from people on the internet who believe this man shall be Barack Obama who is to be the biblical Antichrist. I personally have had strange dreams about Barack. He came on stage claiming to be a Christian with no affiliation to the Muslim faith, but was later revealed by his family that he certainly is a faithful Muslim.

His real birth name is said to be Barry Soetoro, and he had his name switched to Barack Obama. Why would he do this?

Jesus says, “And He said to them, ‘I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven'” (Luke 10:18).

In Hebrew, the word “Barack” means “lighting”, and the usage of “Bama” (Strongs Hebrew phrase 1116) is used to mean the “heights” of heaven.

The following day after the election of Barack Obama (11/04/08), the triumphing choose 3 lotto numbers in Illinois (Obama’s home state) for 11/5/08 were 666.

Obama had been U.S. senator for the state of Illinois, and his zip code was 60606.

Regardless, whomsoever seats themselves in the Third Temple in Jerusalem, declaring himself to be God WILL BE THE ANTICHRIST. DO NOT BE LEAD ASTRAY.

Why do we need Jesus?

“for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Romans 2:23).

“For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 6:23).

Our good works cannot save us from our sins. If we step before a judge in the court of law, being responsible of a crime, the judge will not judge us by the good that we have accomplished, rather the crimes we’ve committed. If we as fallen humanity, created in God’s image, pose this kind of justice, how much greater a perfect, righteous, and Holy creator?

God has delivered to us His moral regulation’s by way of the ten commandments received by Moses at Mt. Siani. These legal guidelines were not given so we can be justified, however so that we might see the need for a savior. They are the mirror of God’s character of what He has put in each and every one of us, with our conscious bearing witness that we know that it’s an offense to steal, lie, dishonor our mother and father, and so forth.

We may try to follow all the ethical laws of the ten commandments, however we will by no means catch up to them to be justified before a Holy God. The same word of the law given to Moses became flesh over 2000 years ago inside the body of Jesus Christ. He came to be our justification by perfectly fulfilling the law, living a sinless life that solely God could accomplish.

The distance between us and the law can by no means be reconciled by our very own merit, but the arm of Jesus is stretched out by the grace and mercy of God. And if we’re to seize hold of, by faith in Him, He will pull us up being the one to justify us. As within the court of law, if somebody steps in and pays your debt, even though you are guilty, the judge can do what is legal and just and set you free. This is what Jesus did almost 2000 years ago on the cross. It was a legal transaction being fulfilled inside the spiritual realm by the shedding of His blood, with His final words being, “…It is finished!…” (John 19:30).

Now why did Jesus have to die for us?

Due to the fact that God is Holy and just, the wrath that belongs to us could not be brushed away. Because of the perfect righteousness and justice of God’s character, it must be dealt with, it must be quenched and satisfied.

For God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked (Ezekiel 18:23). This is why in Isaiah chapter 53, the place it speaks of the coming Messiah and His soul being a sacrifice for our sins, why it says it satisfied God to crush His only begotten Son.

That is due to the fact the wrath that we deserve was justified by being poured out upon His Son. For if it was poured out upon us who’ve earned it, we’d all perish and go to hell. God created a means of escape by pouring it out on His Son who’s soul could not be left in Hades, however was raised and seated at the right hand of God in power.

So now after we put on the Lord Jesus Christ (Romans 13:14), God no longer looks at the person who deserves His wrath, but the glorious image of His perfect Son residing in our hearts, justifying us as if we obtained the wrath we deserve, making a way of escape from the curse of death.

Now what we must do is turn from our sins and trust in the savior, confessing and turning from our sins. That is not just a head knowledge of believing in Jesus, butrather receiving His words, taking them to heart. Where we no longer live to practice sin, but turn away from our sins and exercise righteousness:

“Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived. Neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor homosexuals, nor sodomites, nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners will inherit the kingdom of God. And such were some of you. But you were washed, but you were sanctified, but you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus and by the Spirit of our God” (1 Corinthians 6:9-11).

By doing so we may come to be transformed into the image of God by means of faith in His Son Christ Jesus Who is willing to provide the Holy Spirit to whoever ask of Him:

“Most assuredly, I(Jesus) say to you, unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God. That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Do not marvel that I said to you, ‘You must be born again.’ (John 3:5-6).

“But you are not in the flesh but in the Spirit, if indeed the Spirit of God dwells in you. Now if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, he is not His” (Romans 8:9).

Now what are you waiting for? Our Father in heaven only wishes the best for us all, restoring all the things this world has stolen from us. This is what it means to be “holy”. To be made whole.

He is ready to hear from you. That God given tongue to speak language, by using faith, pray to Him, ask Him to forgive you by confessing to Him your sins and be willing to forsake them; that you receive the sacrifice of His Son Jesus on the cross, and that you want His Holy Spirit living inside you transforming you into a child of God.

Jesus says, “but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him(the Holy Spirit) will never thirst. But the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life.”

Did you realize that Jesus spoke more about hell than anyone else in the scriptures, even more than He spoke about heaven?! For this very cause He came to die for us, to deliver us from this place that we earned by our sins.

He describes hell as a actual place where,

“Their worm does not die
And the fire is not quenched” (Mark 9:44).

And where,

“There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth…” (Luke 13:28).

Jesus tells us who to fear,

“And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. But rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell” (Matthew 10:28).

“Now I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away. Also there was no more sea. Then I, John, saw the holy city, New Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. And I heard a loud voice from heaven saying, ‘Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and He will dwell with them, and they shall be His people. God Himself will be with them and be their God. And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away.’

Then He who sat on the throne said, ‘Behold, I make all things new.’ And He said to me, ‘Write, for these words are true and faithful.’

And He said to me, ‘It is done! I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End. I will give of the fountain of the water of life freely to him who thirsts. He who overcomes shall inherit all things, and I will be his God and he shall be My son. But the cowardly, unbelieving, abominable, murderers, sexually immoral, sorcerers, idolaters, and all liars shall have their part in the lake which burns with fire and brimstone, which is the second death.'” (Revelation 21:1-8).

Out of all of the world religions, how can we make sure the Bible got it all right? The scientific facts has established and continues to support that the universe once had a starting point in which space, time and matter were created. Many know this as the big bang.

“The non-biblical religions tell us that god or god’s create within space and time that eternally exist. The Bible stands alone and says that time and space don’t exist until God creates the universe.” – Astronomer(Phd) Hugh Ross

The Bible not only got it correct that space, time and matter all came into existence at the start of the universe, it additionally states in 7 different places that the universe is expanding thousands of years before scientists discovered these facts.

Did you know that the real Noah’s Ark was discovered in the place where God’s word informed us it would be with the correct dimensions? As well as proof for the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah and the Exodus event of the Red Sea crossing?

The Bible is by far the most translated and studied book in the history of the world, filled with predictive prophecies, matching what we discover inside the book of nature. Wouldn’t you expect God’s word to be so?

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