torsdag 5. april 2012

Nr. 281: Jesus died on a Wednesday, was up probably early Sunday morning when he was seen on Sunday, but the tomb was empty early on Sunday morning!

Nr. 281:

Jesus died on a Wednesday, was up probably early Sunday morning when he was seen on Sunday, but the tomb was empty early on Sunday morning!

Matt. 28. 1. But at the end of the Sabbath, when it began to dawn toward the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the tomb. 2 And behold, there came a great earthquake: for the angel of the Lord came down from heaven and came and rolled the stone from and sat on it. 3 And he was like lightning, and his raiment was white as snow; 4 and the fear of him shaking those who kept watch, and they became like dead men. 5 And the angel answered and said unto the women, Fear not! I know that ye seek Jesus, the crucified, 6 he is not here, he is risen, as he said, come and see the place where he was! 7 And go away in a hurry, tell his disciples that he is risen from the dead. And behold, he goeth before you into Galilee: there shall ye see him. See, I told you! 8 And they went in haste away from the sepulcher with fear and great joy, and ran off to tell his disciples that. 9 And behold, Jesus met them and said: Peace be with you! But they went forward and embraced his feet and worshiped him. 10 Then Jesus said unto them, Fear not! Go and tell my brethren that they go into Galilee: there shall they see me.

Markus 16 And when the Sabbath had ended, bought Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of James, and Salome spices to go and anoint him. 2 And very early on the first day of the week they came to the tomb when the sun went up. 3 And they said among themselves, Who shall roll us away the stone from the door of the tomb for us? 4 And when they looked up, they were that the stone was rolled away: for it was very great. 5 And when they entered the tomb, they saw a young man sitting on the right side, clothed in a white robe: and they were terrified. 6 And he saith unto them, Fear not! Seek Jesus of Nazareth, the crucified: he is risen, He is not here: behold, where is the place where they laid him. 7 But go, tell his disciples and Peter that he goeth before you into Galilee: there shall ye see him, as he has told you. 8 And they went out and fled from the tomb, for trembling and astonishment had come upon them: and they spoke not a word to anyone, for they feared. 9 But after he was risen early the first day of the week, revealed himself first to Mary Magdalene, whom he had cast seven demons off.

Luke 24 1. But on the first day of the week, in early dawn, they came to the tomb, and had with them the spices they had prepared. 2 But they found the stone rolled from the tomb, 3, and when they went into it, they found not the Lord Jesus' body. 4 And it happened while they were perplexed at this, behold, two men stood by them in shining garments: 5 And when they were terrified and bowed their faces to the ground, they said unto them, Why seek the living among the dead? 6 He is not here, he is risen; remember how he spake unto you while he was yet in Galilee, when he said 7 that the Son of Man was delivered into the hands of sinful men and be crucified and rise again on the third day! 8 Then came his words to mind.

John. AD 20 1. But on the first day of the week Mary Magdalene came to the tomb early, while it was still dark, and she saw that the stone was taken away from the grave. 2 She ran away and came to Simon Peter and the other disciple, whom Jesus loved, and said to them: They have taken the Lord out of the tomb, and we do not know where they have laid him. 3 Peter and the other disciple went out and came to the tomb. 4 However, the two ran together, and the other disciple ran ahead, faster than Peter and came first to the tomb, 5, and when he bent down, he saw the linen cloths lying there, but he did not go. 6 Simon Peter came behind him, and he went into the tomb and saw the linen cloths lying there, 7 and the sweat of the cloth that had been on his head, not lying with the linen cloths but was put together in a place by himself. 8 Then came also the other disciple, who came first to the sepulcher, and he saw and believed; 9 for those not yet understand the Scripture, that he should rise again from the dead. 10 The disciples went back home. 11 But Mary stood outside the tomb crying. By now she wept, she bent and looked into the tomb, 12, and she saw two angels in white sitting, one at the head and one at the feet, where the body of Jesus had lain. 13 And they say unto her, Woman, why are you crying? She says to them: They have taken my Lord away, and I do not know where they have laid him! 14 When she had said this, she turned about and saw Jesus standing there, and she did not know it was Jesus. 15 Jesus saith unto her, Woman, why are you crying? Who are you after? She thought it was the herb garden the man, and said unto him, Lord! if you have carried him away, tell me where thou hast laid him, and I will take him! 16 Jesus saith unto her, Mary! Then she turned about and said to him in Hebrew, Rabboni! it is perfect.


Jesus died on a cross of strain that probably was not quite as we ask ourselves the front and it did not happen on Good Friday, it is a bluff that Catholic doctrine of the Trinity, the doctrine of hell is eternal punishment for unbelievers, etc.

Since 800's have every Sunday proclaimed their faith in Jesus in worship: I believe in Jesus Christ, God's only Son, our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, crucified, dead and buried; He descended into hell; rose from the dead, He ascended into heaven, seated at God the Father Almighty right hand, He will come again to judge the living and the dead.

Every year, since the 300's, the church celebrated Jesus' death on Good Friday and his resurrection on 1 Easter Day (Sunday). The fact that the resurrection had taken place before dawn on a Sunday that year Jesus died, confirmed the of the Bible: "After the Sabbath, when the first day of the week (Sunday) at dawn, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the tomb."

Matthew 28:1 {He is risen!}

"And the angel answered and said unto the women:" Fear not, for I know that ye seek Jesus, the crucified. 6 He is not here: for He is risen, as He said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay! 7 And hurry to go, tell His disciples that He is risen from the dead. And behold, He goes before you into Galilee: there shall ye see Him. See, I told you. "Matthew 28:5-7 So far, so good. It has managed to end almost right, it was Sunday in the year 30 AD , But which day shall be celebrated on in 2011? When it comes to the day when Jesus died, you have probably stumbled. It did not happen on a Friday. We can determine by looking at the written evidence. Matthew 26:2 "You know that in two days is the Passover, and the Son of man shall be betrayed to be crucified." Jesus and the disciples celebrated the Passover every year of God as it is ordained in the 3rd Genesis 23 Where states that Easter shall be celebrated "on the fourteenth day of the first month (Aviv 14) - between the two evening moments (Cl. 15-18). There was also this Easter he celebrated the year he was crucified. "In John 7:31 p.m. says:" The Jewish leaders did not want the dead to hang there the next day, since it was the Sabbath (and also a very special Sabbath, because it was Easter). So they asked Pilate give orders that his legs had to be broken and the bodies taken down. "

It is important to bear in mind that the Bible presents two types of Sabbath.

1. Ukesabbaten (rest day), which runs from sunset Friday to sunset Saturday 2. All God's celebrations started with a Holy Sabbath. Holidays that spans several days, also ends with a Holy Sabbath. In some years, coincides with the Holy Sabbath ukesabbaten. The Jews have today an overview of all the days the Passover has come on, several thousand years ago. In the year 30 AD, the year Jesus died, it came on a Wednesday (5 April in Gregorian / Norwegian calendar). Passover is the time between 15 and 18 on the 14th Aviv. At sunset the same day instituted the Feast of Unleavened Bread with a Holy Sabbath. Jesus died when priests sacrificed the Passover lamb at 15, Wednesday 14 Aviv, and was buried before. 18 the same day. This is confirmed also by the Jonategnet described by Jesus himself:

Jonah character "38 Then some of the scribes and Pharisees answered, saying," Teacher, we want to see a sign from You. "39 But He answered and said to them:" An evil and adulterous generation seeks after signs. But no sign be given it except the sign of Jonah. 40 For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the great fish's belly, so shall the Son of Man be three days and three nights in the earth's heart. 41 Men of Nineveh shall rise in judgment with this generation and condemn it. For they repented at the preaching of Jonas. And look, here is One greater than Jonah *. <* Which is larger.> 42 queen of the south shall rise in judgment with this generation and condemn it. For she came from the ends of the earth to hear Solomon's wisdom. And look, here is one that is larger * than Solomon. "<* Nothing more.> Matthew 12:38-42 How is it possible to meet this character that Jesus died on Good Friday, and was raised from the dead early Sunday morning?

• As far as I know, Jesus was buried (long) on ​​Friday before sunset and was resurrected on Easter Sunday before sunrise. That means he was in the tomb from Friday to Saturday and from Saturday to Sunday, a total of two nights. As days, he was in the grave all day Saturday, but only part of Friday and Sunday. Even if one accepts an interpretation that many people lean on, that as it stands now, there may someday be part of the proper understanding, still remains the question of the number of nights. Whether I use a calculator or counts on the fingers, between Friday and Sunday morning there are only two nights! Count yourself. It is a letter in the British Museum in London, England. It is from Pontius Pilate to Caesar in Rome, where he explains why he had Jesus crucified. The letter was dated 5 april. Only in the year 30 AD. Passover came on that date. (But, hello - we have not taught since Sunday school that Jesus began his ministry at the age of 30 and died when he was 33? Yes, but this is wrong. That is - it is true that he died in year 30, at the age of 33 The explanation is found in the fact that they messed up since it introduced the Gregorian calendar. In his eagerness to tear himself away from the Bible (the Jewish) calendar, Mon missed by approx. 3 years. Jesus was thus born in the year 3 BC This means that we really are in the year 2014 AD) The fact that most of Christianity continues to celebrate Holy Thursday and Good Friday, in spite of what God's word says, is tragic. This is the sad fact that much of Christianity has been deceived with regard to the Bible - or, more correctly, God's festivals. The reason is that the pagan Sun-worshiper Constantine in Rome denouncing Jews and changed the holy times, and started the whole scene from the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD The results of this council not only gave rise to replacement theology, but also gave legitimacy to the Inquisition, the Crusaders, pogroms against the Jews and the Holocaust. There were Trinity and many others who are directly unscriptural teachings and demons which is of course inspired by Satan and his åndehær (1 Tim. 4 1-5).

We are basically not required to hold any celebrations, holidays or any of this before the 1000 year kingdom. But we celebrate the Jewish holiday season, let's do it right. And to him the spiritual understanding that lies behind it, is important. This is ghosting on the reality that is in Christ Jesus.

Jesus Christ was dead for three nights and three full days, and there will be 72 hours. Scripture says:

The tradition says that Jesus died on a Friday, if so how can there be three nights and three days? From Friday night to Sunday morning, two nights and a day. A night + one day + one night is only two nights and a day. Friday night + Saturday + Sunday night. On what day of the crucifixion occurred on Wednesday or on Friday? The Bible is always right, so let's see what is the truth. We anticipate a day from midnight to midnight. While Jews consider a day from sunset to sunset. At a closer examination of scripture, we see that Jesus was crucified on a Wednesday, not as tradition says on a Friday. Jesus was laid in the tomb on Wednesday evening just before sunset, and stood up by Saturday's end at sunset. So that Good Friday should have been changed to LONG WEDNESDAY.

In the three Genesis chapter 23 we read of seven of Israel's feasts are prophetic feasts, and three of them were fulfilled when Jesus died and rose again. The first festival was Easter holidays, which speaks of Jesus' death. The other was the Usyredebrøds festival, which speaks of Jesus in the grave, see 1Pet.3.18-20. The third festival was Kornbåndets feast, which speaks of Jesus' resurrection.

We will look at two current issues:

1. Was the Sabbath that followed the death of Jesus ukesabbaten, Saturday, or Easter, it was the Sabbath?

2. If it was Easter Sabbath, on wild day of the week when it fell that year? we get it clear, all clear.

Ang.sp. 1. Tells Joh.19.14. "... It was partly bear the day of Easter", ie not Saturday Sabbath. Ang.sp. 2. But what about question 2 On what day of the week fell Easter Sabbath of the year? By Joh.12.1. we know that Jesus came to Bethany six days before Easter, ie six days before the 15th of Nisan, that is the ninth of Nisan. Ranges we know of Luk.19.1-40. Jesus and his disciples came to Bethany, the ninth of Nisan Jericho. This should finally noticed us! For if 15 Nisan fell on Friday, it means that Jesus made the journey from Jericho to Bethany on the sabbath day, and it is excluded because it was against the law and make such a long journey on the Sabbath.

The relationship is that Jesus must have traveled from Jericho and Bethany arrived either before or after the Sabbath. After the Sabbath could not be, all the while, he came to Bethany six days before the 15th of Nisan. These six days make it clear that he came to Bethany on Friday, and the party for Jesus at Simon the leper, (Matt.26.6-7. And Mark.14.3 ff) was held on the ninth of Nisan. By this we know then that the 15th Nisan fell on a Thursday, for six days from the ninth takes us to the 15th The following day (the tenth) took place the arrival in Jerusalem, to journey from Bethany to Jerusalem on the Sabbath, was allowed, Bethany was a Sabbath day from Jerusalem. Luk.24.50-51. Apg.1.12. Joh.12.12 ff Then followed events in rapid succession: the Last Supper, farewell speech, the struggle in Gethsemane, etc. This corresponds exactly to the model in 2Mos.12 which states that the Passover lamb was to be taken out on the tenth day, and so has the custody of the fourteenth day. When should it slaughtered between sunset and the night eruption. But four days from Saturday the tenth takes us to Wednesday, the fourteenth. We must here be aware that Jesus died on the Passover Sabbath, the fifth., But Bere SOME DAY the fourteenth. That's why Jesus died on Wednesday and was buried in the grave on Thursday, that the shift between the fourteenth (14) and fifteen (15) Nisan. And so we get exactly three days and three nights in the earth's womb.

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