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Bible Wonders - Palm Sunday - What's Up With Hossanah?

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April 13, 2022 3:04 pm

Bible Wonders - Palm Sunday - What's Up With Hossanah?

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April 13, 2022 3:04 pm

The Rich, Rich Content of the 118 Psalm and the verses we chant on Palm Sunday - Hossanah  - Blessed is He that comes in the Name of The Lord - But don't miss the next verse ..

"God is the LORD, which hath shewed us light: bind the sacrifice with cords, even unto the horns of the altar."

For those with eyes to see, Palm Sunday - Passover - Good Friday, Easter Morning - Yes He is our King and He died for our sin so that we would have FREEDOM forever - Give thanks to the Lord for He is good, His love endures FOREVER.

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Did you ever wonder? Did you ever wonder?

I do. Did you ever wonder? Why the sun always rises, but the stars never fall? Why dry land is never satisfied by water? And why fire never says enough?

Enough. Here we do Palm Sunday, where they wave the palm branches and they just loved saying, Hosanna, hosanna to the son of David, you know, and recoding that. And so what does that mean?

And where does it come from? And what does that have to do with what's happening this week? And oh, it has so much to do with Easter.

I don't know if you've put this together. But if we just climb to 20,000 feet, then we'll go back down, okay? But let's just climb to 20,000 feet that if you read the 118 Psalm and you understand all that it's saying that right after it says, you know, essentially in verse 25 could be translated. Hosanna, hosanna, oh Lord, I beseech thee, send now prosperity. And it said, blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord.

We have blessed you out of the house of the Lord. And here comes the next verse, which is so critical to the whole idea, right? Right after that happens, it says, God is the Lord, which has showed us light, bind the sacrifice with cords, even upon the horns of the altar. In other words, as these folks were out there chanting this stuff, you know, God was painting a picture and painted a picture in the 118 Psalm of why Jesus was doing this. He was coming to be their sacrifice if they had eyes to see and ears to hear it. Even us today, as we think about what happened on Palm Sunday, that these folks, as they were reciting this Psalm, they knew, they knew. I mean, even to this day, I guess to go back down a little deeper, Jewish people, as you know, celebrate Passover. And this week lines up perfectly as it would, as God has been teaching this idea all along, all the way through, as we talked about yesterday in Genesis. But when you get to Exodus again, he's going to bring this whole concept home in Exodus in a huge way with the whole feast of Passover. Because the idea of Passover, obviously, is you have this lamb that was slain.

Why? To get these people out of bondage, to deliver these people, to save them, okay? And it's just all so amazing when you think that the word Jesus itself or Yeshua in Hebrew means salvation. And so as they're shouting Hosanna, right, that if you read that again in Hebrew, you know, you get this whole idea of Yeshua, you know, which has to do with that. When you hear the S in the Hosanna, you're listening to something that sounds a lot like the word Yeshua, because it is save now, I beseech thee.

So the Hosanna word has to do with Jesus's name itself, and it has to do with salvation. Well, the only way that's going to happen is if we get the offering bound to the corns of the altar, which is, again, what God showed us through the Passover, which is what these folks, when they are singing this Hallel. This is the last Hallel, and it's the last one that Jesus would have sung after the Last Supper and his way up to the Garden of Gethsemane. And again, this whole psalm, they know, the Jews to this day know very well that this is a Masonic psalm. You may be familiar with the way it begins, right?

Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, because his mercy endureth forever. Well, there's several hints right there for those who can look to see that this has to do with the Messiah, because to begin with, when he says that the Lord is good, well, the Lord is good, that word Tov, the Jews understand that Tov is equal to the Torah. And the Torah, as we know from the Book of John, is equal to Jesus, okay?

So there you go. And then when it says his mercy, or that's hesed, endureth forever, well, the idea of forever is a Masonic, you know, is the idea of the Messiah coming forever. So they know that this psalm, they knew, and since they've been singing it for Passover for years and years and years, it has everything to do with the Messiah, and that is why, you know, as Jesus was coming down on the donkeys, right, as he's coming down the street, making it obvious he's the king, and they are chanting this from the 118 Psalm, because it is Passover week, right? And it just lines up absolutely miraculously, and it's no wonder why the disciples' hearts burn within them, as God showed them all that he had been painting all time for what was going to go on here. And for those of us who have eyes to see and ears to hear, when we hear that Hosanna to the highest, or we think of what was going on on Palm Sunday, it is a clear message to the Jews to this day, if they will see it, that Jesus is, in fact, this Hosanna, and he is, in fact, the son of David. And he is going to be bound to the altar there in Passion Week, and since he has done that, right, he offers us a chance for eternity, a chance for forever. His love endures forever. That's Jesus, okay? Beautiful picture. Something to, you know, like, oh my gosh, goodness. A cool thing to wonder today on Bible Wonders.
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