And on week day one - Christ is risen!

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  1. BobRyan

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    Come and SEE! Christ is Risen! and He ever liveth to make intercession for us!

    Come and see where the Risen Christ IS!

    He performs His unique role as our High Priest in Heaven - just as Lev 16 predicts in the "Atonement solution" of God for the world! The One Gospel - providing the gift of eternal life -- and forgiveness of sins offerred freely to all as Christ stands at the door and knock if ANYONE hears and opens the door He will come in and begin fellowshipping in restored communion with man!

    Passover now celebrated as "good Friday" and Feast of First Fruits now celebrated as week-day-one Easter Sunday!

    Praise God!

    In Christ,

    Bob
     
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    now this is what i dont get.

    matthew 28.

    now after the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week, mary mag. and mary went down to the grave... etc.

    all that's saying is that ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE WEEK MARY MAGDALENE AND MARY WENT TO THE TOMB. there is no reference there as to if the Savior rose on the first day of the week.

    notice it says "as it began to dawn towards" which means it was really really early on the first day of the week. mary and mary went to the tomb at this time, and Jesus wasn't there... hmm.. which tends to lead to that Jesus rose on the sabbath.

    you pickin up what im puttin down here?
     
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    Why are they continually focused on the "first day of the week" if this is not the day of His resurrection?

    Surely "it deserves mention"

    Here is the most compelling evidence ...

    The first day of the week - was the "Third Day" since the Crucifixion!

    In Christ,

    Bob
     
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    we have to remember this is the Jewish people we are talking about there sabbath starts at sunset, not with the rising of the sun in the morning, if as the church teaches that Jesus died on good friday and rose on sunday morning it is not three days and three nights, only if he died on Wednesday and they buried him before sunset and then he would have risen before sunset on saturday night, that makes it three days and three nights.
     
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    I agree that In Luke 23 you have the Jewish timeline for days when they are told that Sunday - the day they are walking on the road with Christ "is the THIRD DAY" since the crucifixion.

    The Jewish system of reconing days is "inclusive" which means that any part of the day used for an event -- qualifies the entire day.

    For that reason a Friday Crucifixion would include what we call Thursday evening AND Friday "day time". Sabbath would be Friday-evening and Saturday "day time". And finally the Third day is Saturday evening and Sunday "day time".

    However EVEn in their system "DAWN" was still at the start of "day time" so this was really our Sunday morning! And they were saying that Sunday late afternoon "Was the Third day" since the Crucifixion.


    The only way for Christ to have been crucified at the 6th hour in the day time AND for Sunday to be the "Third day" since the crucifixion is to have a Friday afternoon Crucifixion.

    But the bigger problem here is that the Gospels were written decades after the death of Christ (in some cases). That means THIS was the time when they should have been rolling out "the NEW NAME" for "WEEK DAY ONE" -- and yet they STILL use the "Week day one" term as if "NO NEW NAME" for that day was being introduced!

    In Christ,

    Bob
     

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