Conjecture On Palm Sunday Never Dies

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  1. shodan

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    I've never heard of this before in my life.
     
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    That is conjecture. All the text says is multitude.

    Matthew 27:20 NAS77
    But the chief priests and the elders persuaded the multitudes to ask for Barabbas, and to put Jesus to death.​

    Mark 15:11 NAS77
    But the chief priests stirred up the multitude to ask him to release Barabbas for them instead.​

    Luke merely says the people:

    Luke 23:13 NAS77
    And Pilate summoned the chief priests and the rulers and the people,​

    John simply says "the Jews" in Chapter 19.

    Other than Michael Snow who is confused?
     
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    Let me guess what <Shodan> wanted you to believe. I haven't peeped!


    He wants to tell us Jesus' trial(s) took more than one day.
     
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    <<<the crowds on Palm Sunday>>> crowded on Sunday, "the tenth day of the First Month", to the day and date as foretold by the Passover-of-Yahweh-eschatology, Exodus 12:3 five days "before the Feast Days" began John 12:1 and 12.

    <<the crowd at Pilate's seat>> crowded on "the Preparation (Day) OF PASSOVER", "the fourteenth day of the First Month", to the day and date foretold by the Passover-of-Yahweh-eschatology, Exodus 12:6 ---"the first day they always had to KILL the passover" Mark 14:12 Matthew 26:17 Luke 22:7 John 13:1 "before the Feast"; 19:14 (18:28).

    NO <<confusion>>!

     
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    I am very happy to say I was wrong; Michael Snow did not want to tell us what I thought about Jesus' trial(s).

    Now I must admit I don't see what is wrong with his blog entry.

     
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    Last Week / ‘Holy Week’

    Sabbath
    "Six days before passover Feast Days" John 12:1 (… begin on Friday)

    (Palm Sunday)
    Five days before "Feast Days" John 12:12 (… begin on Friday)

    (Monday)
    Four days before "Feast Days" (… begin on Friday)
    Mark 11:12 Matthew 21:18 Mark 11:15 Luke 19:45-48 Mark 11:19

    (Tuesday)
    THREE days before "Feast Days" (… begin on Friday)
    Mark 11:20,21,27 Matthew 22:23 Luke 20:1-8 Mark 13:1,3
    = Matthew 26:2 "after TWO days (Wednesday Thursday) is Passover
    = “Son of Man CRUCIFIED" (… on Thursday)

    (Wednesday)
    TWO days before "Feast Days" (… begin on Friday)
    Luke 21:38 Matthew 26:3
    = Mark 14:1-3 "after TWO days (Thursday Friday) is Feast
    = “Days of UNLEAVENED Bread" (… begin on Friday)

    (Thursday—Wednesday night and Thursday day, the Fifth Day)
    One day before "Feast Days" (… begin on Friday)
    = “BEFORE the Feast” John 13:1
    = “PREPARATION of the Passover” John 19:14
    = “NOT ON, the Feast” Mark 14:2
    = “WHEN they KILLED the passover…
    = “WHEN they REMOVED leaven”
    = Mark 14:12 Matthew 26:17 Luke 22:7 Exodus 12:15a
    = Abib 14 (Thursday Abib 14)

    (Friday)
    “The Feast of Unleavened Bread” Exodus 12:15b (… began on Friday)
    = “The Preparation …
    = “… which is the Fore-Sabbath …
    = “… for THAT DAY WAS great day sabbath” of passover.

    The Gospels in clear and completely unambiguous chronological sequence follow every of the "three days" from beginning until ending of Jesus' Last Passover-SUFFERING.

    Christ's Last Passover-SUFFERING sets the path and the pace for the Old Testament passover to follow in, at, and after.

    The OT Passover of Yahweh and Jesus' Passover of Yahweh-SUFFERING must and will be seen to correlate and synchronize and agree PERFECTLY.
     
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    It is a grand matter to give just measure in truth. Christian, be careful here. Spurgeon
     
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    Conjecture it is to be sure but the above statement from the op is over the top and absurd.
     
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    Je ne comprends pas.
     

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