Baseball Championship Symbolizes Passover
Chipley loaded the bases in the fourth inning, but couldn't score. Then in the fifth inning, Williston got an infield hit as the Chipley pitcher Shelby Savell injured his shoulder trying to make a play at first. Dallas Oliver, #6, for Chipley came in as pitcher and Williston got three hits. Williston scored 4 runs that inning. The fifth inning, where 5 is for a giant, was when the angel of death defeated Chipley. Levy County is Florida County #39, for the Sin Leading to Death, while Washington County is Florida County #50, for the Church. However, the 39 was the death sentence.
The baseball championship game was on May 20, 2014, Day 140, where the year and the day of the year correspond to the Passover. The nine players on a baseball team correspond to the Plagues of Egypt, which preceded the Passover when the angel of death passed over Israel. Williston, from Levy County corresponds to the Tribe of Levi of Moses and Aaron and thus to Israel.
The Sun was in Taurus, for highest glory, along with the Savior Planet, for a champion, corresponding to the baseball championship. The Moon was in Capricornus, for a Gentile audience, corresponding to the spectators. The Williston pitcher, Trent Johnson, who threw a 90 mph fast ball, wore #17, for Gentile lawlessness.
The sign of Pisces corresponded to the Tribe of Levi and Levy County. It contained the Morning Star, for a high priest, corresponding to Aaron. Also in Pisces was the Mediator Planet, for a pastor or priest.
The Red Planet was in Virgo, for a bloody son. This corresponded to the injured shoulder of Chipley's Shelby Savell. Also the red jerseys of Williston corresponded to sons covered with blood (the redemption solution).
The Redeemer Planet was in Aquarius, for being redeemed from Sheol. Aquarius corresponds to Florida, where the baseball championship game was played. Aquarius was at the Bottom of Heaven, corresponding to death in Florida and symbolizing the suffering and death of the first Passover in which Egypt was destroyed.
The Williston Red Devils wore red, corresponding to the blood on the doorposts at the Passover and the redemption solution. Chipley jerseys had blue shoulders, for hardness of the heart, corresponding to the Egyptians. The nine men on a baseball team correspond to the plagues of Egypt. The game was won (or lost) in the fifth inning, where 5 symbolizes a giant. The Chipley pitcher was Dallas Oliver, #6, where 6 is for a man stripped of his power standing before the footstool of a conquering king. The Williston pitcher was Trent Johnson, #17, for lawlessness, which could apply to either Egypt or Israel.
Thus, God's plan for the outcome of a baseball game can have a higher meaning. The best team doesn't always win, and the worst team doesn't always lose. When viewed from Divine viewpoint, there is a higher meaning even for baseball games.
Released May 21, 2014