Long Before Zakkai (Zacchaeus) Could See YAHUSHA The Tree Was Already Planted To Meet His Need
A MAN NAMED ZAKKAI
1 And YAH-USHA entered and passed through Yericho.
2 And, see, there was a man named Zakkai, who was the chief among the tax collectors and he was rich.
3 And he sought to see YAH-USHA who He was; and could not due to the pressing crowds, because he was short in height.
4 And he ran ahead and climbed up into a leafless eytz to see Him: for He was to pass that way.
5 And when YAH-USHA came to the place, He looked up and saw him and said to him, Zakkai, hurry and come down; for today I must abide at your bayit.
6 And he hurried and came down and received Him with simcha.
7 And when they saw it, they all grumbled, saying, That He had gone to be a guest with a man that is a sinner.
8 And Zakkai stood and said to YAH-USHA; See, Master, the half of my goods I give to the poor; and if I have taken any thing from any man by false accusation, I restore all things to him fourfold. 
9 And YAH-USHA said to him, This yom is salvation come to this bayit because he also is a b’nai Avraham.
10 For The Ben Ahdahm has come to seek and to save that which was lost. 
The Besorah According To Luke (Luka) 19:1-10
Footnotes: Torah repentance always includes restitution – not just diverse sorrows.  Nothing can be clearer. Messiah visited Zacchaeus because he was a lost sheep of Yisrael. Messiah stated that was the main and primary purpose for His coming.
Glossary of Hebrew Words:
Eytz / Tree
Bayit / House
Simcha / Joy or Happiness
Yom / Day
B’nai / Children or Son Of
Ben Ahdahm / When Specifically Referring To YAH-USHA The Moshiach (Messiah)
THE RESTORATION SCRIPTURES TRUE NAME 7th Edition
Your Brother, Gera’el Toma
Gerald W Thomas in New Hebron, Mississippi