Thursday, March 8, 2018

KaPOReT כַּפֹּרֶת 1979

KaPOReT כַּפֹּרֶת 1979 

iron (Car Ramp), copper 50 x 130 x 40 cm  

One can learn much from this, for this is not a
contradiction; on the contrary, the Golden COVER is the source,
the designed image of כַּפֹּרֶת (KaPoReT);

(KaPoReT), Seat of Mercy, covering (lid) of the Holy Ark)
curtain. In the following examples we show the use of the verb כפר K.P.R.
in Torah, the Old Testament. KoFeR: A protective coating –
Genesis, Breshit 6:14. AChaPeRaH: A protection gift – Genesis,
Breshit 32:21. KeFoR: A covering of the ground – Exodus, Shemot
16:14. KoFeR: Protection money, the word used to describe a payment
which can be made in lieu of punishment, protection from punishment
- Numeri, Bamidbar 35:31. KaPoReT: A golden lid with two KeRUVIM,
Cherubs upon it, served as the cover for the Holy Ark – Exodus,
Shemot 25:17-22. The Hebrew word KiPUR is a derivative of the
biblical word כַּפֹּרֶת KaPoReT. The term Yom Kippur is commonly known as
the day of Atonement. Please Note: The word Atonement appears only
once in the King James Bible, the New Testament, Romans 5:11, and
more than 80 times in KJB, the Old Testament.

KaPOReT כַּפֹּרֶת 1979 iron (Car Ramp), copper 50 x 130 x 40 cm 

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