Thank you again for allowing my letters, that’s a blessing to me.
The Ox has been mentioned in previous letters as in scripture. In Deuteronomy chapter 25, it speaks of stripes not to exceed 40 (punishment). Then thou shall not shut the mouth of the ox that grinds out the corn (bread) as if the bread or ox is the one who administers the punishment. Does he?
Jesus is a he-she-it in the Strong’s Dictionary. Verses 5-10 are about raising up seed unto the brother, and verses 11 and 12 are about the immodest woman. Verses 13-16 are about unjust weights and verses 17-19 are about blotting out the memory of Amalek who slew the innocent and the faint and weary.
Amalek did not know Yahuwah, the Hebrew God.
My question to those who lead the church is what does an ox have to do with the rest of the chapter? I now reference what I found searching the Hebrew.
Ox, Oxen, Bull, Bullock, rendering for various Hebrew words denoting the male of bovine animals. They were valuable as Beast of burden, for threading out Grain (bread) and for sacrifice. Shor denotes any bovine animal regardless of age or sex and includes calf, cow, and heifer.
In the Pictorial Bible Dictionary on page 316 is the word Go-AD (god, Hebrew dorevan, malmadh, greek kentron), an eight foot wooden pole, shod at one end with a spade used for removing mud from the plow and at the other a sharp point for prodding oxen (sacrificial bulls).
It was a formidable weapon in the hands of Shamgaar (Judges 3-21). To kick against the pricks pictures oxen kicking against the goads, a figure of useless resistance to a higher power.
Now friends Aaron sacrificed the fake power.