The Number 75
Matthew 26 is the only KJV Bible chapter that has exactly 75 verses.
Only the book of Psalms has more than seventy-five chapters in the KJV translation.
Psalm 75, written by priests who served during King David's reign, offers some wise words concerning advancing in life.
For promotion comes neither from the east, nor from the west, nor from the south. But God is judge; He puts down one and sets up another (Psalm 75:6 - 7).
The Number 81
The only KJV chapter with exactly 81 verses is 1Chronicles 6. Only Numbers 7, with 89, and Psalm 119, with 176, number more verses in a single chapter.
The Number 390
In Scripture, the number 390 symbolizes a separated and punished Israel (Ezekiel 4:5). This is because Ezekiel was commanded to lay on his left side 390 days to represent the sins of the people and the length of their punishment in years (Ezekiel 4:1 - 5).