Saturday, January 14, 2017

When did Jesus rise from the grave????

Note: On this subject, I do not believe that people who "falsely" believed in our ancestry or history are not saved or redeemed.  They did not have access to the things we have now such as technology and access to Qumran Calendar calculations.  Traditions are traditions and truth is truth.  Sometimes they mesh and sometimes they do not mesh.


The image given is taken from Stellarium at the noon hour from the view point of Jerusalem.  Notice how a possible miracle could have produced the darkened sun from the 6th hour to the 9th hour.

http://www.thecreatorscalendar.com/ad-31-calendar/

Now the website is yahweist based.  Yes, the writer of the website given does a fine job of finding details in the bible and how they coordinate with the time frame of astronomy, time methods used in the time of Jesus and scripture,but a person will need to write out detail by detail how events actually played out (so there are distortions in the website against "sabbath day" being the seventh day).  Hence the Sabbath day was never abolished by Jesus and actually does continue to occur on the Seventh day of the week. He was in the grave on the evening before(of) the 4th, 5th and 6th day of the week.  Jesus would have rose before the Sabbath day (7th day) sun-down on the week of passover.  He was not visible until the first day of the week as indicated by the scripture.

Abib is indicated by Barley Harvest.......And the "day" actually begins in the evening.....remember now.  Also remember that the evening was the evening before.  So a "P" on passover the 14 would look like passover occurring on the "13th" by the Gregorian calendar.  The 15th day of the month is a special "High Sabbath" and also the first day of the feast of unleavened bread. Jesus would have been visible the Celebration of "First Fruits" which is the day after the Sabbath (Lev 23:10-11).

This resource has good information about how to observe scripture for what it says and not with what religion says, the issue with this website is that it does not coordinate with astronomy: http://thewayofthemessiah.org/tsp.html


Note on the Calendar given:  The modern day Jewish-Babylonian calendar given in the image below is only ONE day different from the Messianic calendar.  The Messianic calendar would start Iyaar 1 on the FRIDAY evening or the day before the weekly SABBATH.

https://www.aroodawakening.tv/biblical-hebrew-calendar/


Order of Events (Individual research will produce best results. With Qumran Calendar and other resources available study CAN be done more efficiently):
3rd day evening: Passover Celebration ... gethsemane, arrested, Reference: Mark 14:16, Mark 14:32, Matthew 26:36-46; Mark 14:32-42; Luke 22:40-46, Lev 23:5 (always in the evening)
3rd day day:  on trial, persecuted, on cross by 9 a.m.,  Reference: Luke 22:54, Matthew 27:1-2, Mark 15:25
3rd day astronomy conditions: New moon Darkness 6th hour to 9th hour (12:00 noon-3:00), Died and placed in tomb before sundown Reference: Matt 27:45, Luke 23:44, John 19:14, Matt 27:59-61, Luke 23:52-54, John 19:31, John 19:42, Mark 15:46, Matt 27:64
4th day evening: FIRST NIGHT, high sabbath, feast of unleavened bread Reference: Lev 23:6-7, John 19:42, Nehemiah 10:31, 
4th day day: FIRST DAY, High Sabbath, Feast of unleavened Bread, Reference: Lev 23:6-7, John 19:42, Nehemiah 10:31, 
5th day evening: SECOND NIGHT, bought spices, business day, Reference: Mark 16:1 ?
5th day day: SECOND DAY, bought spices, business day, Reference: Mark 16:1?
6th day evening: THIRD NIGHT, bought spices, business day, Reference: Mark 16:1?
6th day day: THIRD DAY, bought spices, business day, Reference: Mark 16:1?
7th day evening: Jesus body ready to be raised from the grave, perhaps he actually rose, never broke Sabbath Day.  Redeemer of Creation. Reference:  Luke 23:55 - 24:1Exodus 20:28, Deut 5:15, Matt 12:8, Mark 2:28; Luke 6:5
7th day evening: Jesus body ready to be raised from the grave, perhaps he actually rose, never broke Sabbath Day.  Redeemer of Creation. Reference:  Luke 23:55 - 24:1Exodus 20:28, Deut 5:15, Matt 12:8, Mark 2:28; Luke 6:5
8th day evening/1st day evening: Business as usual, but could not see inside of a tomb.
8th day/1st day day:
Early the first day Jesus was seen early Dawn by Mary Magdalene. Reference: John 20:1-18, Matt 28: 6, Mark 16:9, Luke 24:6
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