This lengthy post incorporates three very important articles concerning the death, burial, and resurrection of our LORD Jesus Christ. There are imbedded links to the authors’ websites- Roy A. Reinhold and Dr. Chuck Missler. In this most Holy Season of the Passover and Resurrection (erroneously given the pagan name of Easter), it truly behooves the children of the Kingdom to fully know the truth and its many evidences, so as not to be confounded by scoffers or lead astray by man-made traditions that contradict the Biblical Record and the ultimate truths found only in our Risen Saviour.
May this precious time give you great hope and increase your faith in the Love of ABBA Father, the finished work of Christ on the Cross of Calvary where His Blood paid the price for our redemption, and the Power of the indwelling Holy Spirit to fully transform all of our lives, in HIM…
Good Friday is a Myth; the LORD Jesus Christ Died on a Wednesday!!
by Roy A. Reinhold
“…Perhaps you ought to examine the evidence and decide for yourself; be like the Bereans who were complimented in scriptures for examining the teaching of Paul in light of the scriptures to see if it was so. There is clear, concrete evidence in the scriptures for a Wednesday crucifixion; you be the judge.
3 DAYS AND 3 NIGHTS IN THE HEART OF THE EARTH
One of the most common questions asked by new Christians is, “How could Jesus have been in the heart of the earth for three days and three nights if He died on a Friday afternoon and rose before sunrise on a Sunday?” Most Christians duck the question, since at most they can only come up with one day and two nights (Friday nighttime, Saturday daytime, and Saturday nighttime in our measure of days). If they add in the Friday daytime they get two periods of daytime, even though Jesus would have died in the late afternoon on a Friday. This late afternoon death is consistent with the Passover lamb being killed between the two evenings of Jewish teaching. The lamb was killed between 3 and 6 PM on the afternoon of the 14th of Abib/Nisan and prepared, because the 15th was the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, which was an annual Sabbath observance (the first and last days of Unleavened Bread were annual Sabbaths in addition to the normal weekly Sabbaths). This search of the scriptures is important, not because it affects salvation, but because it answers the questions posed on whether Jesus kept His Word, and whether the Bible is true in this matter. A legitimate concern and question for all Christians!! Read More…