Have I raised the subject of Jesus' Bone-day on Babtist Board before?

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  1. Gerhard Ebersoehn

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    If I did, I never saw anyone saying anything about it.

    But Jesus did live his last passover’s Bone-day, be assured.
     
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    Big mistake! I'm sorry, but Jesus did not live his last passover's Bone-day; He died it!

    Silly?

    No friends, dead certain!

     
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    Saved this thread from going down under and getting buried in obscurity of 'page 2' ...
     
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    ok, I'll step in the trap. What is a bone-day?
     
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    Thank you; you are a courageous man!

    Jesus had his “BONE-day” ... did you know it?
    I guess not. In fact, I am sure nobody knew.
    I hope to be shown wrong, that it is a known fact, because the Scriptures teach it—that Jesus had his "BONE-day".

    Alright, I’ll give you a clue or two …
    John the last verse of the first chapter that begins the pericope continued in chapter 2 …
    “51 (Jesus) saith unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Hereafter ye shall see heaven open, and the angels of God ascending and descending upon the Son of Man.
    2:
    “1 And the third day there was a marriage in Cana of Galilee; and the mother of Jesus was there: 2 and both Jesus was invited and his disciples, to the marriage.
    “3 And when they wanted wine, the mother of Jesus saith unto Him, They have no wine.
    “4 Jesus saith unto her, Woman, what have I to do with thee? Mine hour is not yet come.”
    I believe Jesus here, alluded to his Resurrection-day.
    No, Jesus’ “BONE-day” is not the day of his Resurrection; that is not what I am suggesting.
    But I do suggest that this episode of the marriage in Cana in Galilee, coincided with the yearly event of the passover. I believe Jesus meant the passover when He said, “HERE-after”. ‘After passover you will see …’.
    I also believe Jesus meant the people would see Him “after” the passover in which He would be RAISED FROM THE DEAD, and “the angels of God ascending and descending upon the—RAISED-AND-RISEN—Son of Man”.
    OK, you’re free to disagree; but that’s what I believe.
    I therefore believe John 2:1 refers to “the third day” of the passover.
    Yes, “the third day” OF THE PASSOVER and that was why “they ha(d) NO WINE”!
    “Seven days ye shall eat unleavened bread (or ‘food’) … for whomsoever eateth leavened [fermented] bread (or ‘food or drink’—or wine) from the first day until the seventh day, that soul shall be cut off from Israel.”
    “This beginning of miracles did Jesus in Cana of Galilee, and MANIFESTED FORTH HIS GLORY.” John 2:11. The wedding is recorded just after Jesus’ baptism and the calling of the first disciples. So it marked the beginning of Jesus’ ‘qualified’ ministry. I believe it was “the third day” of passover, when Jesus was at the wedding in Galilee.
    Remember that “whosoever eateth leavened substance (food or drink) from the first day until the seventh day, THAT SOUL SHALL BE CUT OFF”—meaning, shall be KILLED. But “to his mother, Jesus said, My hour …”—of his SUFFERING OF DEATH AND DEATH—“… is NOT YET come.” Now here on “the third day … of unleavened food”, Jesus makes and let serve, “wine”—‘leavened food’! Jesus had to be KILLED for having broken the Law of the passover! But …! “The Governor of the feast sai(d) unto the Bridegroom, … THOU HAST KEPT / PRESERVED THE GOOD WINE UNTIL NOW.” John 2:10
    Jesus with ‘word-picture’* illustrated and foretold his “PASSOVER-SUFFERING-OF-YAHWEH”, of which He said, “DESTROY THIS TEMPLE, AND IN THREE DAYS I WILL RAISE IT UP … HE SPAKE OF THE TEMPLE OF HIS BODY.” John 2:19 [* A.T. Robertson’s phraseology.]
    “David speaketh concerning Him, I foresaw the Lord always before my face, for He is on my right hand, that I should not be moved: therefore did my heart rejoice, and my heart was glad : moreover also my flesh shall rest in hope BECAUSE THOU WILT NOT LEAVE MY SOUL IN HELL, NEITHER WILT THOU SUFFER THINE HOLY ONE TO SEE CORRUPTION.” Acts 2:25-27.
    This is where we find Jesus’ “BONE-day”—in the most holy place of the ark-of-the-testimony in the “TEMPLE” of Jesus’ “ark-coffin-sanctuary”, under the Shekinah of the Almighty : PROTECTED in his DEATH AND GRAVE, in which the Lord Governor “KEPT” Him the SUBSTANCE and BREAD of LIFE and PRESERVED his flesh and body, BEFORE “after TWO DAYS THE LORD REVIVE(D) US (and) IN THE THIRD DAY RAISE(D) US UP”; in the “BONE-day” BEFORE “God raised Him from the dead and “brought Him again from the dead” in the “BONE-day” BEFORE “Thou hast made known to Me the ways of Life—with thy Countenance hast ma(d)e Me full of joy”, “and we LIVE(D AGAIN) IN HIS SIGHT”.


     
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    Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. . . .

    I'm not saying I can refute that, but it sure seems like an awfully big reach. It says it was a wedding, not the Passover. If it were the Passover, wouldn't they say so? Especially if it were significant?
     
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    Keen observation!

    Yes indeed, the strangest possible thing happened, because God in Christ so predestinated it. ['Predestined' does not feel right for my old head.] And so was it for all who attended that wedding feast. It was completely against what they were used to.

    The passover was "most solemnly observed feast" ALTHOUGH it was the, REDEMPTION-FEAST of Israel. But it had lost all that for the Jews. They were awful legalists and could not stand the Presence of Joy or its enjoyment with gladness and [perhaps even a little bit of mirth?].

    Jesus' Presence brought the TRUE dimension of that feast day, "the third day of the FEAST"--remember--to the fore again--revived it as it were from its grim grave: "First Sheaf Waved Before the LORD" of the passover-SUFFERING of Yahweh's "third day".

    So, no, precisely FOR the objections <<it sure seems like an awfully big reach. It says it was a wedding, not the Passover. If it were the Passover, wouldn't they say so? Especially if it were significant?>>, it was the passover because “Christ our Passover” was there, and 'raised a fore-toast' to his Resurrection from the dead which the passover of the exodus, already, and now this "third day of the feast" again, fore-shadowed.


     
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    What further makes me think this particular “third day of the feast” was “the third day” of the passover—its “First Sheaf of firstfruits Waved Before the LORD”-day—are Jesus’ words to his mother, “...mine hour is not yet come”. These are the very words which Jesus spoke when his “hour” and his ‘day’ finally came, “that they had to KILL the Passover” at his LAST passover and the “plague” finally came “upon Him” in fulfilment of Isaiah’s great prophecy in Isaiah 53. “He was oppressed and He was afflicted … as a Lamb He is brought to the slaughter … the LORD hath laid the iniquity of us all upon Him [that] with his stripes we are healed.”

    Listen to this!
    “He was taken from the prison and from judgment.”
    When was that?
    It—"prison" ["hell"] and "judgment"—was from that “my hour is come”—“when it was evening” at the table of “the Lord’s Supper”—until He was “taken from” it and “as a Lamb … and as a sheep before its shearers … He opened not his mouth.”
    That was when.
    And that was when “his generation” was “declared … for He was cut off out of the land of the (wicked) living; For the transgression of my people He was stricken and with the wicked prepared He for his GRAVE. But in his DEATH—because He had done no violence [to the Law]—was with the rich….
    Although it pleased the LORD to bruise Him and subject Him to grief … thou shalt make his soul an Offering for sin (First Sheaf of firstfruits waved before the LORD);
    For the LORD shall see his Seed, the Pleasure-of-the-LORD shall prosper (rise again) by His Hand; (And) He (the Lamb), shall see of the travail of his soul and shall be satisfied” in “…his inheritance in the saints”.

    “Mine PASSOVER-hour is not yet come” in John 2:4; “Father, THE hour IS come” in John 17:1; “Glorify Thy Son! … Now o Father, glorify Thou Me with Thine Own Self with the glory which I had with Thee before (this) world, was.” (‘…had passed’?)
    “O! That I may know Him and the Power of his Resurrection!”
     
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