Meaning of Numbers: The Number 134
The possible meaning of the number 134 is derived from the Psalms and the occurrences of certain words.
The Hebrew word zabach, Strong's #H2076, is recorded 134 times in 127 Hebrew Old Testament verses. It is found the most in the writings of Exodus (18 times) followed by 1Kings (15). The word means to kill or slaughter an animal, usually in relationship to a sacrifice.
We (Moses, Aaron and the Israelites) will go three days' journey into the wilderness, and sacrifice (zabach) to the Lord our God, as He shall command us (Exodus 8:27, HBFV).
Appearances of Number One Hundred Thirty-Four
The Hebrew nasiy, Strong's #H5387, appears 134 times in 120 Hebrew Old Testament verses. It is written an incredible 62 times in the book of Numbers and 37 times in Ezekiel. It is commonly translated as "prince" or "princes" in the King James as is found when God blessed Abraham's son Ishmael.
And as for Ishmael, I (God) have heard you. Behold, I have blessed him, and will make him fruitful, and will multiply him exceedingly. He shall beget twelve princes (nasiy), and I will make him a great nation (Genesis 17:20).
The Hebrew shemesh, Strong's #H8121, is recorded 134 times in 127 Hebrew Old Testament verses. It is recorded the most in Ecclesiastes (35 times) followed by the Psalms (14). It is always translated as "sun" in the King James. Malachi, the last Old Testament book in most translations, utilizes shemesh to reveal one of many names and titles given to Jesus.
But unto you who fear My name, the Sun (shemesh) of Righteousness shall arise, and healing will be in His wings. And you shall go out and grow up like calves of the stall (Malachi 4:2, HBFV).
Adonai (Adonay), a variation of the Hebrew word Adon, is recorded 438 times in the original Hebrew of the Old Testament. While Adon can sometimes be a reference to God, Adonai always is used as one.
While Adonai is correctly used in many verses, it was wrongly inserted into many others. The ancient Levitical Massorites, custodians of the Bible's Old Testament text, modified the vowel points of the name Jehovah in 134 places. This act changed the text to read, mistakenly, Adonai (Two Jehovahs of the Psalms, Chapter 1, by Carl Franklin).
The English name "Manasseh" is found 147 times in 134 King James translation verses. It is jotted down the most in the book of Joshua (43 times) followed by Numbers (21) and 1Chronicles (20). Manasseh was the name of one of Joseph's sons born in Egypt. Another Manasseh, many years later, ruled over the Kingdom of Judah from 696 to 642 B.C. He was one of the most evil kings ever to rule over any of God's people.
Moreover Manasseh shed innocent blood very much, till he had filled Jerusalem from one end to another; beside his sin wherewith he made Judah to sin, in doing that which was evil in the sight of the Lord (2Kings 21:16, KJV).
Number 134 and the Psalms
Psalm 134 was one of several special songs sung during the celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles.
Psalm 134 is one of only three psalms that contain only three verses. The other two are Psalms 131 and 133.
Behold, bless the Lord, all you servants of the Lord who stand by night in the house of the Lord. Lift up your hands in the sanctuary and bless the Lord. May the Lord Who made the heavens and earth, bless you out of Zion (Psalm 134).
More Info on Biblical Meaning of 134
John Hyrcanus I, in 135 B.C., becomes High Priest and Ethnarch over Judea. Seleucid King Antiochus VII (Sidetes), seeking to reclaim lost territory, attacks Jerusalem the following year in 134. The city is spared destruction when Hyrcanus raids King David's tomb in order to pay Antiochus 3,000 talents of silver (roughly equivalent to $69 million U.S. dollars).
134 is the produce of 2 x 67. Both 2 and 67 are prime numbers.
The English word "trust" is recorded 134 times in the King James Bible translation. It is penned the most in the book of Psalms (50 times) followed by Isaiah (17). Only 27 of its 134 occurrences are located in the New Testament.
The God of my rock; in him will I trust: he is my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my high tower, and my refuge, my savior; thou savest me from violence (2Samuel 22:3, KJV).
If therefore ye have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the true riches? (Luke 16:11, KJV).