Interpreting Divine Communication through Numbers

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ThereYouAreJesus is a communications ministry that interprets messages between heaven and earth which are conveyed through the timing and relevance of events and circumstances in our lives that we refer to as coincidences.

Learning to understand the language contained within recurring coincidences enables us as human beings to re-establish communications with loved ones who have died yet remain conscious as spiritual beings.  Truly fantastic news when you consider the possibilities.

The two-way communication exchanged in this particular coincidence is as easy to interpret as any I have ever encountered.

This evidence fits into a category named “Modern Day Evidence with Numbers,” which is one of the categories that has evolved out of the growing collection of evidence here on

In my own relationship with Jesus, the number sequence 1112 is the signature God uses during coincidences he gives me.  Not that those numbers are what he will use as his signature for you though.  God knows you well and will use something that is meaningful to you and therefore most-likely to get your attention.

For example, in God’s relationship with one professional athlete in the NFL (National Football League), God used the numbers “316” to speak directly “through” this athlete in a way that is understandable for the whole world to see.

Click on this video to hear details first-hand from the man at the center of this coincidence and get ready to be amazed.

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If there is any doubt in your mind about the authenticity of the coincidences presented in the video, let me give you some ways to corroborate these facts with other reputable sources. Search engines have numerous independent accounts of the statistics involved in this convincing coincidence.

Statistics are used in sports to rate players, decide on who gets cut from the team, decide who plays on which days and against which teams and with which teammates. It’s used in salary arbitration, draft picks and so on and on.

So how can it be that random statistics can convey an intelligent message?

Well, here’s how: (1) Relevance, (2) Timing, and (3) Recurrence.

January 8, 2009 – College student Tim Tebow is playing football for the University of Florida Gators.  A feeling in his heart told him God wanted him to wear the Bible verse “John 3:16” on his face during televised football games, and Tim complied.

January 8, 2012 – 3 years later (to the day) college graduate Tim Tebow had already begun his professional career in the NFL and was once again in a game on what coincidentally happened to be the 3rd year anniversary of the very first day he wore John 3:16 on his face.  Tim says he wasn’t even thinking about the day he first wore “John 3:16.”  He was just trying to win the football game.  However, apparently God remembered.

On January 8, 2012, while quarterback Tim Tebow of the Denver Broncos was trying to win the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the following statistics were developing over the course of the game:

  1. Tim threw the football for 10 completions during the game, totaling 316 yards.
  2. This means his average yards-gained per completed-pass was 31.6 yards.
  3. Average yards gained per rush (run) while carrying the football were 3.16 yards.
  4. Peak ratings during this televised football game was, none other than, 31.6.
  5. And the opposing team’s total time of possession during the game was, you guessed it, 31.06 minutes.

Do you think God may have been trying to make a point using the numbers in the Bible verse John 3:16?

Stop and think about this for a moment.  What is the likelihood that even one – let alone “five” – of the game day statistics would be an exact match with the Bible verse this athlete painted on his face 3 years earlier?

God uses coincidences like this to communicate with us and this 3:16 coincidence demonstrates how easy they are to understand.  Interpreting a divine communication is just that simple.

2 Corinthians 4:18 – So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.

Talk to Jesus.  Think of prayer as on-going conversation with God through our savior Jesus Christ.  Prayers can be recited and prayers can also be unique creations from within us that flow from our hearts with passion.

Whether you recite from one that is written, or you create a unique prayer from within your heart, or you combine a little bit of both, God wants to hear from you and he wants you to come to know him personally.

Matter of fact, if you would like a nice little Bible verse to help you get started with your own prayer, let me give you “John 3:16,” which reads “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whosoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”  You can use that verse as a springboard into your own feelings for a personally unique prayer that pours from your heart and your God will love you for it :).

Thank you for being here.  Check back often, lots more to share with you.  I plan to stay on this for the rest of my life.


John Levay

Interpretation is done by analyzing the “combination-of-events and circumstances” that cause us think “Wow, what a coincidence.” It is through the precise timing and relevance of these coincidences that enable us to identify a whole new form of intelligent communications. One that bridges heaven and earth.