1Co 5:7  Then purge out the old leaven so that you may be a new lump, even as you are unleavened. For also Christ our Passover was sacrificed for us.
Messiah is the Lamb of Elohim, sacrificed for the sins of mankind (Isaiah 53:7; John 1:29; 1 Peter 1:19; Revelation 5:6, 12).

Rom 3:24  being justified freely by His grace through the redemption in Christ Jesus,
Rom 3:25  whom God set forth as a propitiation through faith in His blood, as a demonstration of His righteousness through the passing over of the sins that had taken place before, in the forbearance of God,
Rom 3:26  for a demonstration of His righteousness in the present time, for His being just and justifying the one that is of the faith of Jesus.

The Greek word ‘passing over’ in verse 25 is πάρεσις ‘paresis’ which is translated in the King James Version as remission.  Webster defines remission as a ‘release,’ ‘forgiveness,’ or ‘pardon.’  The giving up of the punishment due to a crime.

Albert Barnes on Romans 3:25
For the remission of sins – Margin, “Passing over.” The word used here πάρεσιν  paresin occurs no where else in the New Testament, nor in the Septuagint. It means “passing by,” as not noticing, and hence, forgiving. A similar idea occurs in 2Sa_24:10, and Mic_7:18. “Who is a God like unto thee, that passeth by the transgression of the remnant of his inheritance?” In Romans it means for the “pardoning,” or in order to pardon past transgression.

2Sa 24:10  And after he had numbered the people, the heart of David struck him. And David said to YHWH, I have sinned greatly in that which I have done. And now, O YHWH, I pray, take away the iniquity of your servant, for I have acted very foolishly.

Mic 7:18  Who is a God like You, forgiving iniquity and passing by the transgression of the remnant of His possession? He does not make strong His anger forever, for He delights in grace.

‘Take away’ in 2 Samuel 24:10 and ‘passing by’ in Micah 7:18 comes from the Hebrew word עבר ‘avar’ which means to pass over.

Exo 12:26  And it shall be, when your sons say to you, What is this service to you?
Exo 12:27  Then you shall say, A sacrifice of a passover of YHWH, who passed over the houses of the sons of Israel in Egypt when He struck Egypt. And He delivered our houses. And the people bowed and worshiped.
The Hebrew word for deliver is נצל ‘natsal’ which comes from the root צל  which means a shadow.

Isa 31:5  As birds that fly, so YHWH of Hosts will shield over Jerusalem; shielding and delivering, and passing over, He will save it.

The word in Isaiah 31:5 for shield is גנן ‘ganan’ which is speaking of the walls that protect a garden or sheepfold.  Delivering is this same Hebrew word נצל ‘natsal.’  Passing over is פסח ‘pasach’ from whence comes ‘Passover.’  Here the imagery of Passover is displayed as YHWH is likened to an eagle under whose wings we are gathered to be saved from our enemies.

Psa 17:8  Keep me as the pupil, the daughter of the eye; hide me in the shadow of Your wings,
Deu 32:10  He found him in a desert land, and in the waste, a howling wilderness. He encircled him and cared for him; He guarded him as the pupil of His eye.
Deu 32:11  As the eagle stirs up its nest; it hovers over its young; it spreads out its wings and takes it, and bears it on its wing.
Zec 2:5 And I will be to her a wall of fire all around, and I will be for glory in her midst, declares YHWH.
Zec 2:8  For so says YHWH of Hosts: He has sent Me after glory, to the nations who plundered you; for he who touches you touches the pupil of His eye.

Psa 91:1  He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide in the shade of the Almighty.
Psa 91:2  I will say to YHWH: My Refuge and my Fortress, my God; I will trust in Him.
Psa 91:3  For He delivers {נצל ‘natsal’} you from the fowler’s snare, from destruction’s plague.
Psa 91:4  With His feathers He will cover you, and under His wings you shall seek refuge; His truth is a shield and buckler.

Mat 23:37  Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the one killing the prophets and stoning those sent to her. How often I desired to gather your children in the way a bird gathers her chicks under her wings! And you did not desire it.

רחף comes from the root:

Messiah is the door that we enter in order to abide in His ‘House’ (John10:7) it is through Him that we are covered/hidden.  This is the definition of who the Israel of Elohim is (Galatians 6:16)…His hidden ones (Psalm 83:3).  It is by the covenant cut in Messiah (Daniel 9:26; Isaiah 42:6) by His sacrifice on the tree that we are covered (1 John 1:7).  It is through His Outstretched Arms (wings) that Messiah is calling us (John 3:14; 12:32) and gathering us together as a Shepherd does His flock (John 10:14-16).  This is how we enter the Door into the House, this is how we are declared innocent and pure in His eyes.  This is how we become His friends and enter into His tents in an intimate relationship click here.

חפ is the root for the word ‘Chuppah’/wedding canopy

Abiding under the shadow of His wings and being in ‘marriage covenant’ with Him through Messiah is one and the same thing.

The canopy as a covering is connected with being the ‘little guy in His eyesclick here

Zec 2:8  For so says YHWH of Hosts: He has sent Me after glory, to the nations who plundered you; for he who touches you touches the pupil of His eye.

Zec 2:5 And I will be to her a wall of fire all around, and I will be for glory in her midst, declares YHWH.

Isa 4:2  In that day the Branch of YHWH will be beautiful and glorious, and the fruit of the earth for pride and for glory for the survivors of Israel.
Isa 4:3  And it shall be, he remaining in Zion, and he who is left in Jerusalem, shall be called holy, every one who is written among the living in Jerusalem;
Isa 4:4  when the Lord shall have washed away the filth of the daughters of Zion, and the blood of Jerusalem shall have been rinsed away from its midst by a spirit of judgment, and by a spirit of burning.
Isa 4:5  Then YHWH will create a cloud and smoke by day, and the shining of a flaming fire by night, over all the site of Mount Zion, and over her assemblies; for on all the glory will be a canopy
Isa 4:6  And there shall be a booth for a shade from the heat, and for a refuge, and for a hiding place from storm and rain.

פסח ‘pasach/pesach’ is used 74 times in Scripture.  This corresponds to the numerical value of the Hebrew word למד ‘lamad’ which is speaking of the guidance/teaching of the Shepherd.  This is also word for the letter ל.

The letter lamed has the value of 30 – which corresponds to the year Messiah was crucifiedclick here and is linked to the Lamb as the Greek word for lamb  ἀρνίον ‘arnion’ is used 30 times in Scripture.
The Hebrew word עד is also equivalent to the number 74.  עד is translated as witness but literally means to ‘see the door.’   This is pointing to the blood on the doorposts at Passover (Exodus 12:22-23), and to THE Door, who is Messiah.

Joh 10:7  Then Jesus again said to them, Truly, truly, I say to you that I am the door of the sheep.
Joh 10:8  All who came before Me are thieves and plunderers, but the sheep did not hear them.
Joh 10:9  I am the door. If anyone enters through Me, he will be saved, and will go in, and will go out, and will find pasture.

The Greek word for Passover, πάσχα ‘pascha,’ is translated as Passover 28 times in the New Testament.

The Hebrew word כח ‘koach’ which means power has a numerical value of 28.  28 is also linked to the cross.  The letter ת is a picture of the cross.  ת is spelled as תו which consists of ת the 22nd letter of the Hebrew alphabet and ו ‘vav’ the 6th letter giving the total of 28.

1Co 1:18  For the Word of the cross is foolishness to those being lost, but to us being saved, it is the power of God.

The תו ‘tav’ – Passover connection is further seen in Ezekiel 9.

Eze 9:4  And YHWH said to him, Pass through in the midst of the city, in the midst of Jerusalem, and mark a mark {תו } on the foreheads of the men who are groaning and are mourning over all the abominations that are done in her midst.
Eze 9:5  And He said to those in my hearing, Pass over in the city after him and strike. Do not let your eye spare, and do not have pity.

The Hebrew word for ‘pass over’ in verse 5 is עבר ‘avar.’

עבר is the root of the word עברי ‘ivri’ which is translated as ‘Hebrew.’

The Hebrew word for the Hebrew language is עברית ‘ivrit.’  עברית comes from the root בר which means ‘pure.’  Hebrew breaks down pictographically as thus:
ע ayin means to see
בר bet-resh is the word for Son
י yod is a hand
ת tav is a cross
The pictographs of the word עברית ‘ivrit’ means to ‘see the Son with hands on the cross.’  The Hebrew language was designed to reveal the Gospel.  It is through the work of Messiah on the cross that all mankind is brought back to the Father.

The number 28 is also displayed in the phrases ‘in YHWH,’ ‘in Him will I trust,’ and ‘beloved.’

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