Yahshua the Passover Lamb

Yahshua the Passover Lamb

Yisrayl Proves By Law…

We see unrepentant, impenitent chief priests of Israyl working in cahoots with Pontius Pilate and other Roman authorities, denying Yahshua as their Messiah and King. We see Roman soldiers who were ancestors of the twelve tribes and part of the family of the twelve tribes that Mosheh led out of Egypt, parting Yahshua’s garments and casting lots for His Tallit.

Yahchanan 19:25-27

25 Now His mother, and His mother’s sister, Miriam the wife of Cleophas, and Miriam Magdalene stood by the stake of Yahshua.

26 And when Yahshua saw His mother standing by the Disciple whom He loved, He said to His mother: Woman, behold your son!

27 Then He said to the Disciple: Behold your mother! And from that hour that Disciple took her into his own home.

#279 (from gematria) means brother of mother. Number 279 has two root words: #251, which means alike, fellows, countrymen; and #517, which means mother, parting. Number 517 is from #1, which means ancestors, household, family.

In the Greek dictionary of Strong’s Concordance, word #279 means impenitent, unrepentant.

Yahchanan 19:19-24

19 Now Pilate wrote a title, and put it on the stake. And the writing was: YAHSHUA OF NAZARETH THE KING OF THE YAHDAIM.

20 Then many of the Yahdaim read this title, because the place where Yahshua was sacrificed was near the city; and it was written in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin.

21 Then the chief priests of the Yahdaim said to Pilate; Do not write: the King of the Yahdaim—but: He said; I am King of the Yahdaim.

22 Pilate answered; What I have written, I have written.

23 Then the soldiers, when they had nailed Yahshua to the stake, took His garments and divided them into four parts, to each soldier a part; there was also His Tallit, but this was woven in one piece from top to bottom, and had no seam.

24 So they said to each other; Let us not tear it, but cast lots for it to see who gets it; that the Scripture might be fulfilled, which says: They divided My garments among them, and for My Tallit they cast lots. Therefore, these things were done by the soldiers.

The Roman soldiers who parted Yahshua’s garments, along with the impenitent, unrepentant chief priests who turned Yahshua over to them, were all of the family that Yahweh brought up from the land of Egypt. They had to be; otherwise, Yahshua could not have been our Passover Lamb, because only those of the congregation of Israyl could kill the Passover lamb.

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