On the fourteenth day of the first month, the families of Israel would bring their Passover lambs to the temple to be slaughtered. Although the High Priest did not usually take part in the daily sacrifices, he would typically be slaughtering Paschal Lambs all day long on Erev Pesach, the eve of Passover. The slaughter had to be complete in time to roast the lambs which were served at twilight. As 3:00 pm, the
time of the evening sacrifice approached, the High Priest would shout, “I thirst!” and a cup of wine would be brought for him to drink. This was a warning of sorts, that it was about time to sacrifice theTemple Lamb. When the High Priest sacrificed that Lamb he would shout, “It is finished!”
Coincidence #6: As Y'shua hung on the cross, He cried out,“I thirst” and a sponge filled with vinegar was raised to his lips on the end of a pole. At the time of the Evening Sacrifice, Y'shua cried out it is finished as the Lamb of God died for our sins.