I would like to express my views about the letters written by those who write about the Hebrew language, they are correct. My old Webster’s college dictionary has the Hebrew in the back of it, without an English J. The Messiah was a Hebrew so he evidently spoke in Hebrew when he created the worlds. He spoke to Sha’ul in Hebrew so one would assume that he spoke to all the 12 disciples in Hebrew, there is no record saying he did not. Romans 6:23 says the wages of sin are death and sin has a pay day. Are we not all supposed to pay the debts we owe?
Neither the Romans nor the Hebrews could have put him on a stake if he had not been willing to pay my sin penalty for me. I earned the right to be on the pole but he took what I earned so that I do not have to pay for my sins at my resurrection. He abolished my penalty which was eternal death and also abolished the Law of Ordinances (Hebrew choq > set time) that had been placed alongside the ark that was no longer needed. The first Ark held the people who needed salvation from the water to come, the flood. They also needed the salvation that would come from the true bread, the bread of life.
The penalty of death was abolished on the hill that was shaped like a human skull, which was symbolic of his human death for other human beings. We live, we die and we lay in the grave resting, knowing nothing (the dead know nothing) as it says in the scripture and our breath goes back to the creator Yahuwah (YHWH). Yahusha told the thief on the cross (I tell you today, thou shall be with me in GALGAL) which is Hebrew meaning wheel or whirlwind, heaven, rolling thing, etc. (old English Heofan > the sky as seen from the earth).