Meaning of Numbers: The Number 105
The possible meaning of the number 105 is derived from the Psalms and Biblical history.
The Greek word kurios, Strong's #G2962, refers to someone supreme in authority or to someone who owns a person or thing. It is commonly translated as "Lord" or "lord" in the King James. Kurios is written in 105 of the book of Acts' 1007 verses.
Adam's third son Seth was born when he was 130 years old (Genesis 5:3). Seth's firstborn son Enosh (Enos), the grandson of Adam, was brought into the world when Seth was 105 (verse 6). Seth would go on to live another 807 years and produce many more sons and daughters.
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The island of Cyprus lies only 65 miles (105 kilometers) from the coast of Syria. It was the first evangelistic destination visited by Paul, Barnabas and John Mark on Apostle Paul's first missionary journey. The tour, which started in 44 A.D., preached the gospel in the island towns of Salamis and Paphos (Acts 13). Cyprus is also noteworthy as the place where Saul (his birth name) was first called the Apostle Paul (Acts 13:9).
The Psalms and Number 105
Psalm 105 mentions several animals related to miracles God performed to free his people from bondage and feed them as they journeyed to Canaan. Verse 30 of the Psalm references frogs, the second miraculous plague to come upon Egypt (see Exodus 8:1 - 15).
Verse 31 of this Psalm also discusses (biting) flies, the fourth plague, and bothersome lice (gnats), the third (Exodus 8:16 - 32). Devouring locusts and caterpillars, recorded in verse 34, were part of the eighth plague to befall Egypt (Exodus 10:1 - 6). Lastly quail, found in verse 40, was miraculously provided twice to Israel as a source of meat when they were in the wilderness (Exodus 16:13, Numbers 11:31).
Psalms 105 to 107, as well as fifteen others, is commonly referred to as the Hallelujah Psalms. This group of songs was sung in Jerusalem's temple and in synagogues, especially during the celebration of God's annual Feast days.
Verse 45 of Psalm 105 uses the Hebrew word Jah (Strong's Concordance #H3050) to reference the Lord. Jah, a shortened form of Jehovah, are two of many names and titles attributed to God.
That they might observe his statutes, and keep his laws. Praise ye the Lord (Jah, Psalm 105:45).
Psalm 105 reveals that Ham, one of Noah's three sons, and his descendants populated Egypt. Interestingly, Ham's name means "hot" (Strong's #H2526).
Israel also came into Egypt, and Jacob resided in the land of Ham. And He (God) increased His people greatly and made them stronger than their enemies (Psalm 105:23 - 24, HBFV).
More Info on Biblical Meaning of 105
Interestingly, the number 105 is equal to adding the first fourteen digits or 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 + 14.
105 is the product of 3 x 5 x 7. All three numbers are primes.
The Roman Republic, soon to be the Roman Empire, added to the territory it controlled by conquering several African lands from 112 to 105 B.C.
There are three books in the Bible, one from the Old Testament and two from the New, that contain 105 verses in the King James translation. They are the largest group of Scriptural books that contain the same number of verses.
The book of Micah has 7 chapters and 105 total verses in the KJV. The books of 1Peter and 1John both have 5 chapters and 105 verses as well. The only other groups of books that contain the same amount of verses are Philemon and Jude with 25 and Nahum and 2Thessalonians with 47.
The Hebrew word Zahab (Strong's #H2091) is recorded the most, 105 times, in the book of Exodus. It is the most common word in the Bible used to designate gold or something that shimmers and shines like the precious metal. Its first use in Exodus is in regard to the spoils the Israelites were to extract from the Egyptians when they left the country under Moses.
But every woman shall borrow of her neighbor, and of her that sojourneth in her house, jewels of silver, and jewels of gold (zahab), and raiment . . . (Exodus 3:22, KJV).