Matthew 26 – Part 2 – Jesus is betrayed and sold – Why is Hebrew numerology important?

Matthew 26 - Part 2 - Jesus is betrayed and sold - Why is Hebrew numerology important?

Matthew 26 – Part 2 – Jesus is betrayed and sold – Why is Hebrew numerology important?

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In chapter 26 of the book of Matthew, we see how Jesus is betrayed and sold by Judas.
The rest of the apostles also lacked faith as they were not sure whether they would be the ones betraying Him.

In this video, we explain this 26th chapter of Matthew in detail. Details such as numbers are key to interpret the scriptures rightly. God is exact with the numbers He uses to convey His true message.

Join us in this chapter of Matthew and study the bible from a different perspective.

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17 thoughts on “Matthew 26 – Part 2 – Jesus is betrayed and sold – Why is Hebrew numerology important?

  1. Candace Alcala

    RockIslandBooks has some amazing cartoon style videos explaining numerical prophecy. Especially the Berisheet prophecy video, the Daniel video, and the rapture video. All pretty amazing.

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  2. PAPAJOE FORTNER

    Hi friends I have videos for you on bible prophecy and the end times. Please go to Papa Joe Fortner or shockwaves of the end times or The watchmen series with papa joe. Thank you and God bless you all.🙏

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  3. Helen Peffer

    This is so helpful. Thank you Dr Baruch

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  4. Ambassador for Christ

    Wonderful teaching

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  5. Bee in the Body Torah Class

    Very good teaching!!
    Thank you.
    Shalom!

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  6. ShalomNtube777

    It's another day and I am here again to remind the body of Christ to remain steadfast in their faith. May we all keep preparing for our LORD to come rapture us. We need to remind lukewarm Christians daily to turn back from iniquity. We need to tell everyone that Yahushua Jesus is LORD! I will shout this everywhere and everyday because I do not want blood on my hands. May God have mercy on the world.😭Jesus doesn't want anyone to perish. He loves the inhabitants of the world so much that He sent me to open a YouTube channel to warn His friends ❤️ I am unworthy but I am His servant and He is my Master. Seek ADONAI now more than ever!! Repent!! MARANATHA 🔥✝️ I am not ashamed of the gospel of Yahushua HaMashiach Jesus the Messiah. Shalom. 🙏

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  7. Darlene Case

    I love this so much.

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  8. russ collins

    Shemote 12.6 Passover/Unleavened Bread begin on the 14th at sundown the 15th – 21st at sundown on Gods calendar this is always during a full moon, the evening of the 14th .
    Aviv is a agricultural term in this case referring to a stage of maturity of barley that grows wild in Israel.
    If it was seen barley would not be "aviv" a extra month was added. The year Yeshua was crucified was a extra month year.
    Last supper not Passover
    Mt.26.26, mk.14.22, lk.22.19, 1cor.11.23, He takes G740 artos leavened bread broke it and said….

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  9. Date Palm

    Explanation for the two (2) Passovers celebrated two (2) days apart: –

    According to God's method for determining the New Moon (i.e. beginning of the lunar month) was at the optical conjunction of the Sun, earth and moon at the point in time when the moon was not visible to the naked eye when viewed from Jerusalem. 

    According to GOD'S CALENDAR defined in the Bible: – 

    🔹The year began on Nisan 1, so Nisan was the first (1st) month of the year. (Esther 3:7) 

    🔹The 'First Passover' (Pesach) was celebrated in people's PRIVATE HOMES in the 'first (1st) month' of the year on Nisan 14. (Ex 12:1-28)

    🔹The 'Second Passover' (Pesach Sheni) was celebrated by people who were unable to celebrate the First Passover. The Second Passover was celebrated in the 'second (2nd) month' of the year on Iyar 14, which is exactly one month after God's appointed day for the First Passover on Nisan 14. (Num 9:1-14)

    🔹In Bible times the day began at sunset 🌇 of one day, and ended at sunset 🌇 of the next day. 

    🔹The Passover lamb (which represented the body of Jesus), was required to be 'prepared' during the twilight hour (a.k.a. the evening twilight, or the 'eleventh hour'), which is the last hour of the day prior to sunset 🌇, on the 'day of Preparation' which is Nisan 13, and is the day before the Passover on Nisan 14. (Ex 12:1-11)

    Based on astronomical data, the Preparation of the Passover lamb in the year of death of Christ was from 5:20 p.m. to 6:20 p.m. on Nisan 13, and this corresponds to Wednesday 5 April of AD 30 on the calculated Gregorian calendar. 

    🔹The time of day was measured using a sundial because mechanical and electronic devices for measuring time had not been invented. The sundials were accurate but not precise to the minute or second, because the increment markings on the sundial were not finely detailed.

    Note: From hereon, all references to the Passover pertain to the First Passover that was celebrated on Nisan 14.

    During their captivity in Babylonia, the 'unbelieving' but highly religious Orthodox Jews were deceived on the measurement of the New Moon that marked the beginning of the lunar month.

    The Babylonian method for measuring the New Moon (i.e. beginning of the lunar month) was at the first appearance of the moon crescent 🌙, which was two (2) days after the conjunction of the Sun, earth and moon. Interestingly, Islam has adopted the same methodology, which leads me to wonder if there is a connection between Babylon and Islam 🌙. 

    The above resulted in two (2) annual Passovers being celebrated by the Jews: – 

    🔹The 'believing' Jews (which included Christ and His disciples) celebrated the Passover on God's 'appointed' day for the Passover, which is Nisan 14. 

    🔹The 'unbelieving' but highly religious Orthodox Jews (i.e. Pharisees, Sadducees, Essens, etc), who were also the vast majority, celebrated the Passover on Nisan 16, which was two (2) days after God's 'appointed' day for the Passover on Nisan 14. However, the 'unbelieving' but highly religious Orthodox Jews believed that Nisan 16 was Nisan 14. Odd, but true!

    So, to the 'unbelieving' but highly religious Orthodox Jews: –

    🔹Nisan 13 was Nisan 11
    🔹Nisan 14 was Nisan 12
    🔹Nisan 15 was Nisan 13
    🔹Nisan 16 was Nisan 14, and son on.

    To repeat for emphasis, the 'believing' Jews, including Jesus and His disciples, celebrated the Passover on GOD'S APPOINTED day, and therefore, the correct day for the Passover on TRUE Nisan 14. However, the 'unbelieving' but highly religious Jews (Pharisees, Sadducees, Essens, etc), celebrated the Passover on the FALSE date for the Passover on Nisan 16, but believing it to be Nisan 14.

    The above explains why Jesus and His disciples celebrated the Passover on God's appointed day on Nisan 14, then went to the garden of Gethsemane on the following morning (which was still the day of the Passover because the day began at sunset 🌇 of one day, and ended at sunset 🌇 of the next day). 

    Jesus was arrested in the early evening of the 'next' day after the Passover (i.e. Nisan 15), and was crucified on the following morning (which was still Nisan 15 because Nisan 15 did not end until sunset 🌇 of the day on which Jesus was arrested in the garden of Gethsemane, and also tried and crucified, and died). 

    Jesus died in the afternoon at the 9th hour (3:20 p.m. according to astronomical data) on Nisan 15 on God's calendar, which is the same day on which He was arrested in the garden of Gethsemane (remember, the day began at sunset 🌇 of one day and ended at sunset 🌇 of the next day). Therefore, Jesus died on Nisan 15 on God's calendar, and this date corresponds to Friday 7 April of AD 30 on the calculated or extrapolated Gregorian calendar. 

    The 'unbelieving' Orthodox Jews (i.e. Pharisees, Sadducees, Essens, etc), wanted the Roman soldiers to crucify Jesus prior to their annual Passover on Nisan 16 (which they falsely thought was Nisan 14), and which on that particular year fell on the weekly Sabbath. And when the annual Passover fell on the weekly Sabbath, the Sabbath was called the 'high day' (John 19:31). So, in the year of the death of Christ (but not every year), the annual Passover fell on the weekly Sabbath, so the weekly Sabbath was a 'special' Sabbath (i.e. the 'high day).

    After the death of Christ at the 9th hour (3:20 p.m.) of Nisan 15 (corresponds to 7 April of AD 30 on the calculated Gregorian calendar), the 'unbelieving' Orthodox Jews who attended the crucifiction until the death of Christ, had only two (2) hours to return home and 'prepare' the Passover lamb during the 'evening twilight' (a.k.a. the 'eleventh hour'), because the Sabbath began at sunset 🌇, which according to astronomical data at that time of the year was 6:20 p.m. (see Note below). 

    Note: The 'day of Preparation' is the day before the annual Passover (John 19:14; 19:31; 19:42; and in other gospels). And in the year of the death of Christ (but not every year), the 'day of Preparation' was also the day before the weekly Sabbath. (Mark 15:42) 

    Notice that John 19:42 states that 'they' (i.e. the disciples of Jesus, including Joseph of Arimathaea, and Nicodemus who first came to Jesus by night), buried the body of Jesus in a sepulcher (tomb) in a hurry because of the 'Jews' 'Preparation day' (i.e. the day before the annual Passover), which to the 'unbelieving' Jews was Nisan 13, but the TRUE date was Nisan 15 according to GOD'S CALENDAR. (John 19:42) 

    Notice that John 19:42 includes the term 'Jews' in the text '… the Jews' preparation day…' Why? Because the day of the death of Christ was the day before the 'false' date for the annual Passover, which was Nisan 16. However, the' unbelieving' Orthodox Jews (i.e. Pharisees, Sadducees, Essens, etc), thought that that day was Nisan 14. 

    Remember that Christ and the disciples had already observed the day of Preparation two (2) days earlier on God's 'appointed' day for the Preparation of the Passover lamb, which was on TRUE Nisan 13.

    The term 'the Jews' preparation day' in John 19:42 and elsewhere in the gospels, is used to distinguish the 'false' day of Preparation that was observed by the vast majority of unbelieving Jews, from God's appointed 'true' day for the Preparation that was observed by the tiny minority of 'believing' Jews, including Christ and His disciples. And exactly the same applies to the day of the annual Passover. 

    During the last hour prior to sunset 🌇 (a.k.a. the 'evening twilight' or the 'eleventh hour'), of Nisan 13 (which in that particular year began at 5:20 p.m. and ended at 6:20 p.m.), the Passover lamb was humanly slaughtered and prepared, but the roasting of the Passover lamb could not begin until sunset 🌇 (i.e. the beginning of the day of the Passover on Nisan 14), which at that particular time of year began at 6:20 p.m. (according to astronomical data), and in that particular year was also the weekly Sabbath, hence being termed the 'high day' (or special Sabbath) in John 19:31.

    So, in the year of the death of Christ, the weekly Sabbath began three (3) hours after the death of Christ at the 9th hour of the day (3:20 p.m. according to astronomical data). And because the law of the Lord prohibited work (including burials) on the weekly Sabbath: – 

    🔹From the perspective of the weekly Sabbath that began at sunset 🌇 (6:20 p.m. according to astronomical data), the disciples had to bury Christ prior to sunset 🌇 (6:20 p.m.) on the day of His death. 

    🔹From the perspective of the 'false' day of Preparation on Nisan 15 (which the majority of unbelieving Jews thought was Nisan 13), the disciples had to bury Christ prior to the beginning of the 'evening twilight' or the 'eleventh hour' (which is the last hour prior to sunset 🌇, and which in that particular year began at 5:20 p.m. and ended at 6:20 p.m. 

    The above infers that the disciples had only two (2) hours in which to bury Christ. 

    The date of death of Jesus on 7 April of AD 30 (Nisan 15) is derived from the following scriptures in the Bible: 

    🔹Mark 14:32-36,37,40,45-46
    🔹Mark 15:1,25,33-34,37,42-43,46
    🔹John 18:28-30
    🔹John 19:16,31

    I hope this explanation is beneficial to your understanding of the Bible.

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  10. Bismark Vandyke

    Dr. Baruch, can you please help me purchase a correct English translated Hebrews bible? I really love your teachings with how you bisects the Hebrew to English for our understanding. Thank you very much. Elohim Yahweh bless you.

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  11. M L

    not only are numbers important in the Word of The MOST HIGH…but…also, even more important are the original identity of the Characters.
    ML

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  12. Curt Smith

    For the longest time I was confused about this meal Yeshua had with His desciples and the fact that He was crusified on Passover, our Passover Lamb. This is why I watch these videos. Thanks Baruch !

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  13. Kerrie McKiness

    Thank you for the deep studying (hard work) very much appreciated. Awesome. May ADONAI continue to bless you and your family.

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  14. chris scott

    Forgive me, I know you're Hebrew and all, but, "The Last Supper" is not the Passover meal???
    They were in the upper room for 7days?
    Those 2 statements make Jesus, and the Bible a liar.
    Jesus said in Matthew 22:15 He was eating the Passover meal with them and He was betrayed that very night. So there was not 7 days…

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  15. Fernando vivas Vallesillo

    No hablo inglés

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
  16. Fernando vivas Vallesillo

    Hablo Español

    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply
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    December 12, 2021 at 4:30 pm Reply

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