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[GR] > The Number 148 - Victory of the Passover Lamb

That ye shall say, It is the sacrifice of the LORD's passover, who passed over the houses of the children of Israel in Egypt, when he smote the Egyptians, and delivered our houses. And the people bowed the head and worshipped.

Exodus 12.27

The Number 148

Passover

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Pesach

Victory, Netsach

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Netsach

Sons of God [Job 38.7]

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Beni Elohim

Promises [2Cor 1.20]

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Ever, Always [S# H5331]

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Clay [S# H2635]

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Flour [S# H7058]

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The Passover (Pesach) = 148 = 4 (Death/Blood) x 37 (HaYachid, Only Begotten Son). This is very similar to the relation between the Covenant (B'rit) = 612 = 4 (Death/Blood) x 153 (The Passover, HaPesach). The Passover is the great symbol of the Death of Christ where by death was swallowed up in victory (Netsach = 148). It is through the death of Christ our Passover Lamb that we are able to become the Sons of God (Beni Elohim = 148).

The Hebrew Passover relates to the fundamental title Christ (1480) through a factor of Ten, which is a good example of the relation between the Hebrew symbol and its Greek fulfillment, as discussed in Multiples of Ten.


Factors: 4 x 37

Related Numbers: 153, 612, 1480







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