The Meaning of Numbers: The Number 63
The Greek word Agapao, Strong's #G25, is recorded 63 times in the original language version of the four gospels. Agapao, which is usually translated as the English word "love" or "loved" in the King James translation, is one of a few types of love described in the Bible. Not surprisingly, John's gospel uses this Greek word the most with 37 occurrences.
2John, written between 63 and 64 A.D., is the sixty-third book found in most modern Bible translations. It is the third, chronologically, of Apostle John's five manuscripts included as part of the New Testament Scriptures.
2John is unique in that it contains the fewest number of verses of any book in Scripture with only 13 found in a single chapter. John's fourth writing, 3John, contains only 14 verses.
Appearances of the number sixty-three
Only the books of Psalms and Isaiah number more than 63 chapters.
Joshua 15 and Ezekiel 16 have exactly 63 verses.
The number 63 and Paul
The Apostle Paul was sixty-three years old in 65 A.D. In this year he was in the middle of his fifth and final missionary journey, preaching the gospel in Spain (Romans 15:22 - 24, 28) and (likely) Britain. The island of Britain was conquered by the Roman Empire in 43 A.D. under Emperor Claudius and established as the province of Britannia.
But now that there is no more place for me to work in these regions, and since I have been longing for many years to see you (in Rome), I plan to do so when I go to Spain . . . So after I have completed this task and have made sure that they have received this fruit, I will go to Spain and visit you on the way (Romans 15:23 - 24, 28, NIV).
Additional info on Biblical Meaning of 63
The book of Acts, chapters 14 to 28, was written by Luke in 63 A.D. This completed his writing of the Acts of the Apostles.