A well-known example is that the number of proverbs in the Book of Proverbs 10:1–22:16 is exactly 375, while according to the gematria (the system by which Hebrew letters also carry numerical values) the numerical value of sh-l-m-h, Solomon’s Hebrew name, is as follows: sh = 300: l=30, m=40, h=5. For examples from the Book of Psalms, see Ronald Youngblood, “Divine Names in the Book of Psalms: Literary Structures and Number Patterns,” The Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 19 (1989), pp. 171–181.