The tenth day of the first month, was when each Jewish family was to select the Passover lamb for their household. On that day, the High Priest would walk from the Temple in Yerushalayim to the sheep folds at Bet Lechem (Bethlehem). There he would select the Pasachal Lamb or Lamb of God, for the Passover sacrifice at the Temple. As he carried the lamb to the temple, priests would line both sides of the road to keep the crowds back. As the High Priest passed by carrying the Paschal Lamb, the priests would shout “Barukh haba b’shem Adonai”, which means,“blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord.” They would also shout what most translations render “Hoshana in the Highest” which, given the meaning of Hoshana should probably be rendered “Save us now from the highest Heavens”.
Coincidence #5: One year, about the time that the High Priest was expected to return to Yerushalayim carrying the Lamb, a man named“Salvation” came riding up the road on the foal of a donkey. As He passed by, the priests lining the road heard the crowd yelling, blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord, Hoshana from the highest Heavens. The crowd was also waiving branches just as they had done for hundreds of Hoshana Rabbahs in keeping with the great anticipation of Sukkot -- that
Messiah would come to pour out the Holy Spirit on all flesh.
These were the circumstances which prompted the Pharasees to tell Y'shua, "Teacher, rebuke Your disciples." And Y'shua to reply, “I tell you, if these become silent, the stones will cry out!" (Luke 19:39-40 NASB). The disciples were proclaiming that Y'shua was the Lamb of God and long awaited Messiah of Israel. This deeply offended the Pharisees.