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Restoration Scriptures True Name Edition Matthew Chapter 28

ANGELICO, Fra Resurrection of Christ and Women...

Angelico, Fra Resurrection of Christ and Women at the Tomb Fresco, 189 x 164 cm Convento di San Marco, Florence (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


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1 In the evening of the Shabbat, {Around havdalah, or 6PM} as it was the dusk, towards the first of the week, {Strong’s Greek # 4521 can mean a full 7-day week. Thus mia sabbaton in this case means “one week,” (meaning “full,” not “partial”) or one of the full weeks during the omer count. It can also mean one of the weekly Shabbats. Putting the two meanings together, we get the following timing for His resurrection: After Shabbat at around 6-7PM, being officially on the first of the week, at the end of the first weekly Shabbat of the seven weekly Shabbats, in between firstfruits and the Feast of Weeks. In other evangels, the term mia sabbaton only means one of the weekly Shabbats.} came Miryam of Magdala and the other Miryam to see the tomb.

2 And, see, there was a great earthquake: for the heavenly malach of the Master vuvh (יהוה ){a messenger of the Master יהוה Jehovah} descended from the shamayim { heaven}, and came and rolled back the stone from the door, and sat upon it.
3 His appearance was like lightning, and His clothing white as snow: 4 And for fear of him the guards did shake, and became as dead men.
5 And the heavenly malach answered and said to the women, Fear not: for I know that you seek יהושע {Jeshua}, who was impaled.
6 He is not here: for He is risen, as He said. Come; see the place where the Master יהושע {Jeshua} lay.
7 And go quickly, and tell His talmidim that He is risen from the dead; and, see, He goes before you into Galil; there shall you see Him: see, I have told you.

8 And they departed quickly from the tomb with fear and great simcha; and did run to bring His talmidim word.
9 And as they went to tell His talmidim, see, יהושע {Jeshua} met them, saying, Greetings. May The Name {Shem Tov reference. Of His Father YHWH} deliver you. {Fascinating insight to what was truly said.} And they came and held Him by the feet, and worshipped Him.

10 Then said יהושע {Jeshua} to them, Be not afraid: go tell My Yisraelite brothers that they go into Galil, and there shall they see Me.

11 Now when they were going, see, some of the guards came into the city, and showed the main Kohanim all the things that were done.
12 And when they were assembled with the zechanim, and had taken counsel, they gave large money to the horsemen soldiers, {Shem Tov reference}

13 Saying, Say that, His talmidim came by night, and stole Him away while we slept.
14 And if this comes to the governor’s attention, we will persuade him, and protect you.
15 So they took the money, and did as they were taught: and this saying is commonly reported in secret {Shem Tov reference} among the Yahudim until this day.
16 Then the eleven talmidim went away into Galil, into a mountain where יהושע {Jeshua} had appointed them.
17 And when they saw Him, they worshipped Him: but some still doubted.

18 And יהושע {Jeshua} came and spoke to them, saying, All power is given to Me in the shamayim and in the earth.
19 Go therefore, and make talmidim of all nations, {All latter-day Yisraelite nations.} doing mikvah upon them in My Name: {The original reading almost without question did not have the later Trinitarian addition.}
20 Teaching them to shomer all things, which I have commanded you: {Torah.} and, see, I am with you always, even to to the end of the olam hazeh.
Amein.

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He Has Risen Indeed!

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Preceding:

Death of Christ on the day of preparation

Hebraic Roots Bible Matthew Chapter 27

Restoration Scriptures True Name Edition Matthew Chapter 27

After the Sabbath after Passover, the resurrection of Jesus Christ

Biblestudents note verse 19:

Making talmidim of all nations = making taught ones of all the nations = preach everywhere to make pupils (and followers of Christ)

Doing mikvah upon them = immersing them in my Name = bringing them fully under water in the name of Christ Jesus {For those who can hear and get in contact with preachers of the truth, Baptism into the death of Christ is essential to salvation: Markus 16:15-16.}

The Resurrection of Christ (Kinnaird Resurrection)

The Resurrection of Christ (Kinnaird Resurrection) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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  • Which Story Do You Believe? (resources.wcrossing.org)
    Matthew goes to great lengths throughout this letter to communicate that this piece of literature is expressly nonfiction.
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    Matthew (as well as all of the other Gospel writers) intentionally wrote this account in the form of a biographical narrative. In other words, as soon as anyone in the original audience began reading, they would immediately recognize that they were holding something more like The New York Times than The Hunger Games in their hands.
  • The Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ (inspirationalchristiansfortoday.com)
    Jesus went through torture beyond any of our imaginations. He went through personal humiliation, physical pain, and spiritual anguish. The worst of all was probably the suffering that came in verse 46. He experienced separation from God. That is the ultimate consequence of sin. Separation. Spiritual death.
  • Some great Easter quotes: He Is RISEN! He is Risen indeed! (mww1954.wordpress.com)
    If Jesus rose from the dead, then you have to accept all that he said; if he didn’t rise from the dead, then why worry about any of what he said? The issue on which everything hangs is not whether or not you like his teaching but whether or not he rose from the dead.
    – Timothy Keller
  • OT Interpretation: The Myths We Just Know (christthetruth.wordpress.com)
    Jesus (and later the apostles) never countenanced any other true reading of the OT. God’s word has always held forth a theology of the cross. And the faithful among those 1st century Israelites (like Simeon and Anna) grasped this.
  • Easter Sunrise – “Death Vanquished” (John 20:1-18) (revtucher.com)
    Death always feels wrong. Something inside does not accept that we will not hear that voice, see that face, touch that hand, experience that laughter ever again. The grief counselors can talk until they are blue in the face about how death is simply a part of life and how we must accept it as inevitable and natural. But we never do.
  • Without Hindsight: A New Eye on Easter: Kingdom Come? Which Kingdom? (bloodofinnocents.wordpress.com)
    The disciples had been brought up with much the same hopes and expectations of God’s kingdom as most of their countrymen. Israel, they had been taught since childhood, was God’s kingdom. At least until they had met Jeshua they too had probably shared much of the popular vision of messiah. They too may have been expecting someone who looked like their perception of an ancient prophet (perhaps Elijah, since another tradition from the Bible suggested he would return in person) from scripture.
  • Acts, Chapter thirteen Part four, Gentile who worship God, Acts 13:16 (whatshotn.wordpress.com)
    Paul’s proclamation to the Jews in Pisidian Antioch is that God has brought forth the Saviour-Deliverer from David’s line, and it is Jesus………
  • 14 Nisan a day to remember #1 Inception (belgianbiblestudents.wordpress.com)
    The day Jesus (the Nazarene Jeshua) was led from Caiaphas into the Praetorium the Jewish priests didn’t enter into the Praetorium, that they might not be defiled, but might eat the Passover (Pesach/Pessah).
  • Easter without Hindsight: Mary, the trainee rabbi? (bloodofinnocents.wordpress.com)
    Many in Jerusalem alongside Jeshua did grasp what he was about. The gospel writer John, for example, says (John 12:11) that ‘many of the Jews were going over to Jesus and putting their faith in him’.
  • Count Down From Pesach to Shavuot: The Process of Salvation (from Decision to Discipleship) (Part 3: Shavuot) (paradoxparables.justparadox.com)
    Part 1 is here. Please read Part 1 and Part 2 before reading Part 3, please try to follow this series in order as they are building upon each other, line upon line, precept upon precept. if you read them out of order it can become confusing. English: Meah Shearim Yeshiva and Talmud Torah...The final phase needs to be restored to our movement, that one becomes fully trained in the Holy trainings of Torah and goes on to the fullness of receiving the Ruach (Spirit of the Law) and the Torah (Letter of the Law). This is the next phase of Restoration. Theologically some are opposed, experientially others are opposed. In my recent article on Revolution, Reform or Restoration I was address this issue

Hebraic Roots Bible Matthew Chapter 28

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A messenger of יהוה came down out of heaven said to the women, “Do not be afraid, for I know that you seek יהושע who was impaled. He is not here, for He was raised, as He said. Come, see the place where the Master lay. ” – Miryam from Maḡdala or Mary Magdalene – Arkangel Siete

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1 But after the Sabbaths, at the dawning into the first of the Sabbaths (feast of first fruits), Mary the Magdalene and the other Mary came to look upon the grave.
2 And, behold! A great earthquake occurred! For descending from Heaven and coming near, a Cherub of Yahweh rolled away the stone from the door and was sitting on it.
3 And his face was as lightning and his clothing white as snow.
4 And those keeping guard were shaken from the fear of him, and they became as dead.
5 But answering, the Cherub said to the women, You must not fear, for I know that you seek Yahshua who has been crucified.
6 He is not here, for He was raised, as He said. Come see the place where He was lying.
7 And going quickly say to His disciples that He was raised from the dead. And behold! He goes before you into Galilee. You will see Him there.
Behold! I told you.

8 And going away from the tomb quickly, with fear and great joy, they ran to report to His disciples.
9 But as they were going to report to His disciples, behold, Yahshua also met them, saying, Peace unto you! And coming near, they grabbed His feet and worshiped Him.
10 Then Yahshua said to them, Do not fear. Go tell your brothers that they may go into Galilee, and there they will see Me.

11 And they, having gone, behold, some of the guard coming into the city reported to the chief priests all things that occurred.
12 And being assembled with the elders, and taking counsel, they gave enough silver to the soldiers, 13 saying, Say that his disciples came and stole him by night, while we slept.
14 And if this is heard by the governor, we will persuade him and he will not make trouble for you.
15 And taking the silver, they did as they were instructed. And this report was spread by the Jews until today.

16 But the eleven disciples went into Galilee, to the mount where Yahshua appointed them.
17 And seeing Him, they worshiped Him. But some of them doubted.

18 And coming up Yahshua talked with them, saying, All authority in Heaven and on earth was given to Me.

19 Then having gone, disciple all nations, baptizing them into the name of the Father and of the Son, 20 and the Holy Spirit teaching them to observe all things, whatever I commanded you. And, behold, I am with you all the days until the completion of the age. Amen.

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Preceding:

Death of Christ on the day of preparation

Hebraic Roots Bible Matthew Chapter 27

Restoration Scriptures True Name Edition Matthew Chapter 27

After the Sabbath after Passover, the resurrection of Jesus Christ

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  • The Evolution of the Resurrection (vridar.wordpress.com)
    the fact that the Gospel resurrection scenes show a distinct development of details according to the relative dates of the Gospels. Look at how each one appears to build on or surpass what had been written before.
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    Few scholars are prepared to seriously consider the possibility that Luke and Acts as we know them were products of the mid second century. (There was certainly an earlier version of Luke’s gospel, but there is reason to doubt that in its early form it contained the resurrection details we read in it today. I have posted on this in reviews of Tyson’s work and others on this blog.)
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    Jesus himself scares them out of their wits by suddenly appearing out of nowhere. Luke’s portrayal of emotional responses is a little more realistic than what we read in John. Jesus then reassures them all by inviting them to touch him, though they seem too coy to actually go that far. He even says they can touch him because “a spirit has not flesh and bones — as you see I have”. So he orders some fish and honeycomb for dinner and then eats it all up while they watch. So he presumably had a stomach and an appetite, too.
  • He is not here, He is risen, just as He said (prhayz.com)
    On the third day, a Sunday, some women (Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, Joanna and Salome are all mentioned in the gospel accounts) went to the tomb at dawn to anoint the body of Jesus.
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    After his resurrection, Jesus appeared to the women near the tomb and afterwards at least twice to the disciples while they had gathered at a house in prayer. He visited two of the disciples on the road to Emmaus, and he also appeared at the Sea of Galilee while some of the disciples were fishing.
  • Happy Easter, He Is Risen! (voiceofthepersecuted.wordpress.com)
    emptytomb
  • Our Hope (investinginachild.com)
  • He Is Risen! – Matthew 28: 1-20 (foragingsquirrel.com)
  • Book of Matthew: (altruistico.wordpress.com)
    The style of the book is  exactly what would be expected of a man who was once a tax  collector. Matthew has a keen interest in accounting (18:23-24;  25:14-15). The book is very orderly and concise.  Rather than write in  chronological order, Matthew arranges this Gospel through six  discussions.
  • Reflections: Got doubts? (goerie.com)
    In the days following the resurrection of Jesus, some of his disciples had their doubts about whether it really happened.
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    During my season of doubting and searching for truth, I learned that it all comes down to Jesus and the resurrection. The Bible says, “If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile. … But Christ has indeed been raised from the dead!” (1 Corinthians 15:17, 20).

     

    If Jesus was not resurrected, then he was just another good man who died, and his teachings are nice but not necessarily true. But if Jesus rose from the grave, everything he taught about himself, about God, about heaven and hell, it’s all true!

  • Messianic Fellowships (roshpinaproject.com)
    There are many folk, both Jews and Gentiles, who have already taken on these new expressions wholeheartedly. In many cases it has been just a ‘dip in the water’, perhaps an occasional Passover service in the Church hall, or Hebrew lessons at the local synagogue. But others have gone further. Messianic fellowships have been founded, where Jews and Gentiles meet together, with an emphasis given to a Hebraic expression of faith in the teaching, liturgy and worship. They tend to still be predominantly Gentile in the UK, with typically no more than 30% of the membership being from a Jewish background.
  • The Empty Tomb (crosspointecc.wordpress.com)
  • He’s Risen! (Easter Sunday Reflections) (markconner.typepad.com)
  • Resurrection Sunday (gtoddsblog.wordpress.com)
  • He IS Alive.. (ourchristianwalkinfaith.wordpress.com)

Seven full weeks or seven completed Sabbaths and ascension of Jesus

Leviticus / Wayyiqra 23:15, 16     

Comparing Differences in the Translations between The Scriptures, HRV, and Restoration Scriptures:

THE SCRIPTURES  Leviticus / Wayyiqra 23:15, 16 —   “AND FROM THE MORROW AFTER THE SABBATH, FROM THE DAY THAT YOU BROUGHT THE SHEAF OF THE WAVE OFFERING, YOU SHALL COUNT FOR YOURSELVES: SEVEN COMPLETEDSABBATHS.  UNTIL THE MORROW AFTER THE SEVENTH SABBATH YOU COUNT FIFTY DAYS, THEN YOU SHALL BRING A NEW GRAIN OFFERING TO YHWH.”

Brooklyn Museum - The Resurrection (La Résurrection) - James Tissot

17 Nisan the Resurrection of Jeshua, Jesus Christ – La Résurrection – between 1886 and 1894, James Tissot (1836–1902) – Brooklyn Museum

RESTORATION SCRIPTURES  BY M. KONIUCHOWSKY:  Leviticus / Wayyiqra 23:15, 16 —   “AND YOU SHALL COUNT FROM THE NEXT DAY AFTER THE SHABBAT, FROM THE DAY THAT YOU BROUGHT THE SHEAF OF THE WAVE OFFERING;  SEVEN FULLWEEKS:  UNTIL THE NEXT DAY AFTER THE LAST WEEK SHALL YOU NUMBER FIFTY DAYS, AND YOU SHALL OFFER A NEW GRAIN OFFERING TO YHWH.”

HRV BY JAMES TRIMM:  Leviticus / Wayyiqra 23:15, 16 —   “AND YOU SHALL COUNT UNTO YOU FROM THE MORROW AFTER THE DAY OF REST, FROM THE DAY THAT YOU BROUGHT THE SHEAF OF THE WAVING;  SEVEN WEEKS SHALL THERE BE COMPLETE;  EVEN UNTO THE MORROW AFTER THE SEVENTHWEEK SHALL YOU NUMBER FIFTY DAYS; AND YOU SHALL PRESENT A NEW MEAL-OFFERING UNTO YHWH.”

According to “traditional” Rabbinical understanding,
Abib 16, or the 2nd day of Matsah, is the time that the Kohen Gadol waved the sheaf/omer of grain (First-fruits offering).
When did Yahusha ascend to Abba to do this?  Not Abib 16, as Rabbinical Judaism teaches is the time of the Wave Sheaf Offering.  We see that Yahusha became our Wave Sheaf Offering, and would not allow Miryam of Migdal to touch

Him, because He had not yet performed this (Yoch. 20:17).  

Yahusha did it on the first day of the week, and it was not on Abib 16.
His resurrection represented the wave-sheaf offering.
Later that same day, He allowed His talmidim to touch Him (Yoch. 20:27).
Yahusha is the sheaf of first-fruits, and could not “wave” Himself before Yahuah until He resurrected.
His resurrection was at the end of the weekly Shabbat.  
Then on the first day of the week, the “morrow after the Sabbath”, He performed the wave-offering, Himself.
50 days later, another “morrow after the seventh Shabbat”, comes Shabuoth, often called “Pentecost” (count-fifty).  
On Abib 16, or the 2nd day of Matsah, our Kohen Gadol was in the Earth, fulfilling the sign of Yonah.
It’s incredible to see how Yahusha timed His last Passover meal, 3 days and 3 nights in the tomb,
then resurrected to become the wave offering Himself on the “morrow after the Sabbath”. 
I hope that one day both Moshe K. and James Trimm will see the literal words of Lev. 23:15,16 further 
confirm what actually took place when the words were fulfilled by Yahusha, our first-fruits omer/sheaf offering! 

SHEBA SHABATHOTH TAMIMOTH (seven Sabbaths complete/intact) at Wayyiqra 23:15 is rendered “seven complete Sabbaths” in its literal form by many, and others follow the idea of

seven completeweeks“.   If these “weeks” were truly intact weeks of day 1 through day 7, then
there is no difference in the outcome.  As you know,  Rabbinical Judaism’s interpretation allows for “weeks” to represent any 7-day grouping, so the day of Shabuoth can “float”, and occur on any day of the week.
With this interpretation, they have to overlook the literal words “HASHABBATH HASHABIYOTH” (seventh Sabbath) at 23:16. 
While we can make some compromises with how to bring some words over to our English, it’s a
huge stretch to make the word “HASHABBATH” to mean “week” (23:16).  Yahuah stated it two ways so that this special anniversary of Israel’s marriage to Him would have a self-checking test.   The day after the seventh Sabbath will always fall on the 1st day of the week.   I’ve always seen this as a miniature form of Jubilees, 49 (7×7) years + 1 making a total of 50 years, as Shabuoth counts up to the 50th day, after 7 intact weeks. 
This also makes the Sabbatical “years” a type of reflection of the intact week of 7 “days”.   To interpret a “week” to mean anything but “THE” week, allows for us to count-off ANY set of 7 days and call that a “week”  (i.e., the 4th day through the 3rd day  –  as in “a week from today”).  This kind of treatment of the term may be comfortable with our modern world, however it is not able to be justified by any example seen in Scripture.   A “month” is 29.5 days, and when Yahuah speaks of a month, He’s talking about the
real month, not a “group” of 29.5 days that we can slide around any way we like.  The moon defines what a month is, as the sun defines what a day is.  The week was shown to Israel with the manna for 40 years, but has no other reference point than the weekly Sabbaths.   If we allow ourselves to ignore the Sabbath as the reference point for what a “week” is, then we’ve departed from reality.   I only wish to stay with what is the SAFEST interpretation, checking ALL the words carefully.  I could not, in good conscience, ignore the situation that exists here, since how a person interprets the words will establish the High Sabbaths.

23:15: The text in the original Hebrew clearly gives us certain directions, however some translate the words in such a way that two possible interpretations can be made. Are we to believe the text means “Seven WEEKS” or “seven Sabbaths complete”? Yahuah uses the words “sheba (seven) Shabbathoth (Shabbaths) tamimoth (finished, intact)” at 23:15 (which Moshe Koniuchowsky and James Trimm take down as “seven full weeks“, but to many of us it means seven “intact” Sabbaths). These 7 Sabbaths are literally a whole “week” of fully-intact Sabbaths, and they are “complete” or “intact” because they are made up of THE seven days, and there are seven of them. The word “Shabbathoth” is written as shin-beth-tau-waw-tau (Sabbathoth, in contrast to shin-beth-ayin-waw-tau (shabuoth). If it really means “seven full weeks“, the Scripture would have used the word “shabuoth”, not “Shabbathoth” (compare Daniel 9:25). The idea of “complete” or “full” really means: thorough / closed / fully concluded, finished, intact. The Hebrew word for “complete” or “full” here is TAMIM + oth (pluralized) and means intact, perfect, without defect, entire, FINISHED, come to an end.

23:16: This can cause confusion, but the greatest difference in our interpretation is in verse 16, where it should read “up to the day after the seventh Sabbath”. “Seventh Sabbath” is the literal translation of the Hebrew words “haShabbath haShebiyoth”. “Shebiyoth” is the ordinal number “seventh”, where the root is sheba, meaning seven (which also means “perfect” or “complete”). “HaShabbath” is literally “the Sabbath“, not “week”.

I’ll say it again for emphasis: “HaShabbath” is spelled hay-shin-beth-tau, and means “the Shabbath”, not “week“.

The Hebrew word for “week” is shabua, and the plural of shabua is SHABUOTH. “Until the next day after the last week” (Moshe’s view of verse 16) to me would read:

“up to the day after the seventh Sabbath you count fifty days”.

In other words, you’ll find that you’ve counted fifty days when you’ve counted up to the day AFTER the seventh Shabbath, because 7 x 7 = 49 (seven complete or “intact” weeks of Shabbathoth).

The fiftieth day will be the appointed time, or mo’ed, which falls the day after the seventh Shabbath (haShabbath haShebiyoth). So, in our interpretation it will always fall on the 1st day of the week. Not knowing what the “week” is makes it very difficult for people – Israel had this problem too.

Observing the Sabbath-closing havdalah ritual ...

Observing the Sabbath-closing havdalah ritual in 14th-century Spain. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Yahuah’s “week” is always THE week, not any group of seven days starting at some arbitrary point. If we pull a starting-point out of our hat, we stand a chance to be out-of-synch. The “week of days” was being “remembered” by the nation of Israel after their captivity for 430 years, and the manna conditioned them to the correct pattern. This is why Yahuah used the word “tamimoth”, as this removes all doubt that He emphatically meant THE Sabbath that “concluded intact” each week of the seven days. The real key to understanding this concept largely rests on this word, “tamimoth”. It means “intact” because the week of Sabbaths is “intact”. It’s literally a whole “week” of Sabbaths, thus they are “complete”. If we don’t know what the original words are and take the translator’s at face value, we could be observing the moed’im (festival days of Yahuah) at different times, and not walk in unity.

At Daniel 9:25, the translators often correctly write “seven sevens” from the Hebrew words SHABUA SHABUIM, and these refer to seven “weeks” (sevens) of years. So, here we have a comparison to look at for distinctions in the words – but one must see the original Hebrew to make these distinctions. We must PROVE (test) all things we walk in from Scripture.

Without being unkind or judgmental of our brothers James’ and Moshe’s interpretations, we would hope they would look at this again and see if there is any way to improve it. If they are correct, then we will have to change! Rebellion is not in their heart, nor yours, nor mine. But, what I’ve learned is that when we see something differently than another brother does, and we then treat them as if they are corrupt and that we would have nothing to do with them, then we are in the worst danger of all. What if Yahuah made several things purposely to be able to be seen in two different ways, then sat back to see which individuals would be hateful and judgmental toward the other view? When Yahusha returns, He will set everything right again. We’ll know when the Sabbatical years are, and when the Jubilee year is. We’ll know whether the Rosh Chodesh is a “dark moon” or a “sliver – sighted” moon. Suppose that a person was correct about every detail, and interpreted everything flawlessly according to the intentions of Yahuah – yet they were severe, mean and unloving to others who also did their best to observe Yahuah’s Torah and held to the Testimony of Yahusha. I’m convinced that the one who loves is the one that has learned what Torah is established to accomplish. The one who cannot accept, but hates his brother because he expects perfection, may be in greatest danger of losing the race.

Compare Lev. / Wayyiqra 23:15,16 in various versions, especially our “blue” Scriptures above.

I’ll acknowledge that translators have a tremendous task to perform, andthe work by Moshe and James is certainly superb.   On some fine points, there will always be differences.   The Kohlenberger Hebrew-English Interlinear is inconsistent in how they bring many words into our English.
shin-beth-tau-waw-tau they also render as “weeks“, while other translators render it “Sabbaths“.
It is certainly the “feast of weeks”, not the “feast of Sabbaths”  — a point Moshemade to me quite well.
At Debarim 16:9, the word “shabuoth” (shin-beth-ayin-tau) is used, and these we are to count  When Yahuah uses the term “week”, the only consistent, sane interpretation of what it consists of is provided at Genesis/Bereshith chapters 1 & 2.   At Debarim 16:10, Yahuah refers to this mo’ed as “Chag Shabuoth” (Feast of Weeks), however here we don’t have the complete details of how the feast is calculated, as we find at Wayyiqra 23.  But, a “week” needs to be understood as THE week, not any grouping of 7 days we pull out of our imagination.

The day of Shabuoth will be determined by how these words are translated and understood, as well as what day is used as the starting point.  Personally, I feel the literal translation of our blue Scriptures is the safest to follow on these two highly critical verses.  If I’m wrong, I’ll change and fall on the forgiveness of Yahusha.  If I guide one person into any error because I did not thoroughly check the original words and intentions provided in the Hebrew Scriptures, the guilt falls more heavily on me as their teacher.  We still love all the brothers and sisters whose consciences follow the alternate interpretation.

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Strawberry Islands Messianic Publishing / TORAH INSTITUTE

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Biblestudents Editorial Note:

On the 14th of Nisan Jesus died at the same time as the lambs were slaughtered in the temple and as such became the Lamb of God, the Peace offering for our sins. Later in the day he was put in sheol (the hell) which is the tomb or sepulchre where he stayed buried for three days. Like Jonah stayed for three days in the vowels of the whale, Jesus stayed three days in the grave until he was taken out of death by his Father. As such the resurrection was on the 17th of Nisan, according the wording of the Holy Scriptures.

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  • Even Resurrection Pauses For Sabbath Rest (godspace.wordpress.com)
    For the Jews Sabbath also carries with it a sense of longing and promise. It is the culmination of their week, that day on which they hoped to glimpse God’s eternal world and on this Sabbath rest 2,000 years ago they did glimpse it, though they did not know it.
    As Jesus entered Hades and released those who had died, the first signs of God’s resurrection world emerged in expectation of the fullness of God coming into the world on Easter morning.
  • When Was Jesus Crucified? (verse4psalm37.wordpress.com)
    Most Gentile believers, including me, have been taught that Christ was crucified on Friday, put in the tomb before sundown, and raised from the dead before sunrise on the first day of the week (Sunday).  Here’s the problem.
    Jesus indicated that He would be in the tomb three days and three nights  Do the math.  It doesn’t add up.  The key is in the Sabbath.  The regular Sabbath is from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday.  But in Leviticus, you’ll find more than one Sabbath during Passover.  In fact, two”special” Sabbaths are observed in addition to the regular Sabbath.  (However, sometimes a special Sabbath falls on the regular Sabbath.)
  • The Shabbat dinner – JUST TRY IT!!! Honor the Sabbath – a blessing for Christians too (prepareforthelamb.wordpress.com)
    Honoring the Sabbath is actually a blessing given to you from the Lord. You can take it or leave it. However, before you knock it down, I suggest you try it. I spent all my life believing church arguments and people’s arguments against Sabbath- until the Lord spoke clearly into my heart. Five instructions, He gave me that day. The fourth was “Honor my Sabbath”. I was shocked and argued back, but decided to search it out and find it. It was much more than I had previously thought.
  • The Fourth Commandment – The Holy Sabbath (plowingthefields.wordpress.com)
    God rested when He finished creation. He asks us to rest, too. He didn’t create us to be so busy that we never take time to sit quietly before Him. He wants a relationship with us. We can only do that when we actually spend time with Him.
  • The Sabbath Is A Gift From Jesus (gospelbondservant.com)
    The Sabbath is a true gift of God to humanity (Mark 2:27).  It was the first complete day that Adam and Eve spent as children of God and their first day as a married couple (Gen. 2:1-3).  On Sabbath we stop worrying about our daily struggles (Ex. 20:8-11).  We do not just rest: any day of the week would do as a day of rest.  The difference between this day and any other day is that the Sabbath offers a rest not for inactivity but rather to undertake different activities similar to the first Sabbath in Eden.  Sabbath is the moment to catch our breath (Ex. 31:17) as we change activities.
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    Sabbath is also a day of re-creation.  When everything in life seems to be disintegrating, Sabbath calls us back to Eden.  And once again the Lord turns and creates everything from nothing.  Where we are weak, we can become strong.  Chaos turns into order; fear becomes joy; uncertainty is replaced by certainty and trust; God’s justice puts injustice and oppression into their corner; guilt is transformed into pardon.
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    The Sabbath is a day of delightful communion with God and one another.  It is a symbol of our redemption in Christ, a sign of our sanctification, a token of our allegiance, and a foretaste of our eternal future in God’s kingdom.
  • The First Fruits of Our Ressurection (jacksonandrew.com)
    All of the seven festivals are divided into three sections and timed around three different seasons of harvests. At First Fruits, barley is harvested; at Pentecost, wheat is harvested; and in the fall, at the Festival of Tabernacles, fruit and corn are harvested.
  • He Is Arisen…Exactly On Time! (savedbygraceblogdotcom.wordpress.com)
    As Jesus made His entry to Jerusalem right on time as prophesied in Daniel, so His death, burial and resurrection occurred just exactly as GOD planned.right on time! Jesus was crucified and died on Passover.  He was buried before the Sabbath (Saturday) that occurred during that Passover.  The day following the Sabbath (Sunday) during Passover is called the Feast of First Fruits.  The day was the seventeenth of Nisan, on the Jewish calendar.

After the Sabbath after Passover, the resurrection of Jesus Christ

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Resurrection of Jesus – Biblical illustration of Gospel of Matthew Chapter 17 by Jim Padgett,

 


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“1  and when the sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene, and Mary the [mother] of James, and Salome, had bought sweet spices, that they might come and anoint him. 2 and very early in the morning, the first [day] of the week, they came to the sepulcher at the rising of the sun: 3 and they said among themselves, who shall roll away for us the stone from the door of the sepulcher?” (Mark 16:1-3 Webster)

“the first [day] of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early, when it was yet dark, to the sepulcher, and seeth the stone taken away from the sepulcher.” (John 20:1 Webster)

“and if this shall come to the governor’s ears, we will persuade him, and secure you.” (Matthew 28:14 Webster)

“1  now upon the first [day] of the week, very early in the morning, they came to the sepulcher, bringing the spices which they had prepared, and certain [others] with them. 2 and they found the stone rolled away from the sepulcher. 3 and they entered in, and found not the body of the lord Jesus. 4 and it came to pass, as they were much perplexed at this, behold, two men stood by them in shining garments. 5 and as they were afraid, and bowed down [their] faces to the earth, they said to them, why seek ye the living among the dead? 6 he is not here, but is risen. remember how he spoke to you when he was yet in Galilee, 7 saying, the son of man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, and be crucified, and the third day rise again. 8 and they remembered his words, 9 and returned from the sepulcher, and told all these things to the eleven, and to all the rest.” (Luke 24:1-9 Webster)

“39 but he answered and said to them, an evil and adulterous generation seeketh for a sign, and there shall no sign be given to it, but the sign of the prophet Jonah. 40 for as Jonah was three days and three nights in the whale’s belly: so shall the son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth {sheol/hell}. ” (Matthew 12:39-40 Webster)

“23 him, being delivered by the determinate counsel and foreknowledge of god, ye have taken, and by wicked hands have crucified and slain: 24 whom god hath raised up, having loosed the pains of death: because it was not possible that he should be held by it. 25 for David speaketh concerning him, I saw the lord always before my face, for he is on my right hand, that I should not be moved: 26 therefore did my heart rejoice, and my tongue was glad; moreover also, my flesh shall rest in hope: 27 because thou wilt not leave my soul in hell, neither wilt thou suffer thy holy one to see corruption: 28 thou hast made known to me the ways of life; thou wilt make me full of joy with thy countenance. 29 men, brethren, let me freely speak to you concerning the patriarch David, that he is both dead and buried, and his sepulcher is with us to this day. 30 therefore being a prophet, and knowing that god had sworn to him with an oath, that from the fruit of his loins, according to the flesh, he would raise up Christ to sit on his throne; 31 he seeing this before, spoke of the resurrection of Christ, that his soul was not left in hell, neither did his flesh see corruption. 32 this Jesus hath god raised up, of which we all are witnesses. 33 therefore being by the right hand of god exalted, and having received from the father the promise of the holy spirit, he hath shed forth this, which ye now see and hear. 34 for David did not ascend into the heavens, but he saith himself, the LORD said to my lord, sit thou on my right hand, 35 until I make thy foes thy footstool. 36 therefore let all the house of Israel know assuredly, that god hath made that same Jesus whom ye have crucified, both lord and Christ.” (Acts 2:23-36 Webster)

“3 concerning his son Jesus Christ our lord, who was born of the seed of David according to the flesh. 4 and declared [to be] the son of god, with power, according to the spirit of holiness, by the resurrection from the dead:” (Romans 1:3-4 Webster)

“1  moreover, brethren, I declare to you the gospel which I preached to you, which also ye have received, and in which ye stand; 2 by which also ye are saved, if ye keep in memory what I preached to you, unless ye have believed in vain. 3 for I delivered to you first of all, that which I also received, that Christ died for our sins, according to the scriptures; 4 and that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures: 5 and that he was seen by Cephas, then by the twelve: 6 after that he was seen by above five hundred brethren at once; of whom the greater part remain to this present, but some have fallen asleep. 7 after that he was seen by James; then by all the apostles. 8 and last of all he was seen by me also, as by one born out of due time. 9 for I am the least of the apostles, who am not worthy to be called an apostle, because I persecuted the church of god.” (1 Corinthians 15:1-9 Webster)

“3 Peter therefore went forth, and that other disciple, and came to the sepulcher. 4 so they ran both together: and the other disciple outran Peter, and came first to the sepulcher. 5 and he stooping down, saw the linen cloths lying; yet he went not in. 6 then cometh Simon Peter following him, and went into the sepulcher, and seeth the linen cloths lying; 7 and the napkin that was about his head, not lying with the linen cloths, but wrapped together in a place by itself. 8 then went in also that other disciple who came first to the sepulcher, and he saw, and believed. 9 for as yet they knew not the scripture, that he must rise again from the dead.” (John 20:3-9 Webster)

“11  but Mary stood without at the sepulcher weeping: and as she wept she stooped down [to look] into the sepulcher, 12 and seeth two angels in white, sitting, the one at the head, and the other at the feet, where the body of Jesus had lain. 13 and they say to her, woman, why weepest thou? she saith to them, because they have taken away my lord, and I know not where they have laid him. 14 and when she had thus said, she turned herself about, and saw Jesus standing, and knew not that it was Jesus. 15 Jesus saith to her, woman, why weepest thou? whom seekest thou? she, supposing him to be the gardener, saith to him, sir, if thou hast borne him hence, tell me where thou hast laid him, and I will take him away. 16 Jesus saith to her, Mary. she turned herself, and saith to him, Rabboni, which is to say, master. 17 Jesus saith to her, touch me not: for I have not yet ascended to my father: but go to my brethren, and say to them, I ascend to my father and your father, and [to] my god and your god. 18 Mary Magdalene came and told the disciples that she had seen the lord, and [that] he had spoken these things to her.” (John 20:11-18 Webster)

“28  ye have heard that I said to you, I go away, and come [again] to you. if ye loved me, ye would rejoice, because I said, I go to the father: for my father is greater than I. 29 and now I have told you before it cometh to pass, that when it hath come to pass, ye may believe. 30 hereafter I will not talk much with you: for the prince of this world cometh, and hath nothing in me. 31 but that the world may know that I love the father; and as the father gave me commandment, even so I do. arise, let us go hence.” (John 14:28-31 Webster)

“25 these things have I spoken to you in proverbs: but the time cometh when I shall no more speak to you in proverbs, but I shall show you plainly concerning the father. 26 at that day ye will ask in my name: and I say not to you, that I will pray the father for you: 27 for the father himself loveth you, because ye have loved me, and have believed that I came from god.
28  I came forth from the father, and am come into the world: again, I leave the world, and go to the father.” (John 16:25-28 Webster)

“13 and no man hath ascended to heaven, but he that came down from heaven, [even] the son of man who is in heaven. 14 and as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the son of man be lifted up: 15 that whoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life.” (John 3:13-15 Webster)

“15 I pray not that thou shouldst take them out of the world, but that thou shouldst keep them from the evil. 16 they are not of the world, even as I am not of the world.
17  sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth. 18 as thou hast sent me into the world, even so have I also sent them into the world. 19 and for their sakes I sanctify myself, that they also may be sanctified through the truth.” (John 17:15-19 Webster)

“19  then the same day at evening, being the first [day] of the week, when the doors were shut where the disciples were assembled for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood in the midst, and saith to them, peace [be] to you. 20 and when he had so said, he showed to them [his] hands and his side. then were the disciples glad when they saw the lord. 21 then said Jesus to them again, peace [be] to you: as [my] father hath sent me, even so I send you.” (John 20:19-21 Webster)

“1  the spirit of the lord GOD [is] upon me; because the LORD hath anointed me to publish good tidings to the meek; he hath sent me to bind up the broken-hearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to [them that are] bound; 2 to proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD, and the day of vengeance of our god; to comfort all that mourn; 3 to appoint to them that mourn in Zion, to give to them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they may be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that he may be glorified.” (Isaiah 61:1-3 Webster)

“search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.” (John 5:39 Webster)

“the LORD thy god will raise up to thee a prophet from the midst of thee, of thy brethren, like to me; to him ye shall hearken.” (Deuteronomy 18:15 Webster)

“18 and Jesus came, and spoke to them, saying, all power is given to me in heaven and upon earth. 19 go ye therefore and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the father, and of the son, and of the holy spirit. 20 teaching them to observe all things whatever I have commanded you: and lo, I am with you always, [even] to the end of the world. amen.” (Matthew 28:18-20 Webster)

“1  thou therefore, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. 2 and the things that thou hast heard from me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.” (2 Timothy 2:1-2 Webster)

“hold fast the form of sound words, which thou hast heard from me, in faith and love which is in Christ Jesus.” (2 Timothy 1:13 Webster)

“24 but Thomas, one of the twelve, called Didymus, was not with them when Jesus came. 25 the other disciples therefore said to him, we have seen the lord. but he said to them, except I shall see in his hands the print of the nails, and put my finger into the print of the nails, and thrust my hand into his side, I will not believe.
26  and after eight days again his disciples were within, and Thomas with them: [then] came Jesus, the doors being shut, and stood in the midst, and said, peace [be] to you. 27 then saith he to Thomas, reach hither thy finger, and behold my hands; and reach hither thy hand, and thrust [it] into my side; and be not faithless, but believing. 28 and Thomas answered and said to him, my lord and my god. 29 Jesus saith to him, Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed [are] they that have not seen, and [yet] have believed.” (John 20:24-29 Webster)

“(for we walk by faith, not by sight:)” (2 Corinthians 5:7 Webster)

“8 whom having not seen, ye love; in whom, though now ye see [him] not, yet believing, ye rejoice with joy unspeakable, and full of glory: 9 receiving the end of your faith, [even] the salvation of [your] souls.
10  concerning which salvation the prophets have inquired and searched diligently, who prophesied of the grace [that should come] to you: 11 searching what, or what manner of time the spirit of Christ which was in them did signify, when it testified beforehand the sufferings of Christ, and the glory that should follow. 12 to whom it was revealed, that not to themselves, but to us they ministered the things which are now reported to you by them that have preached the gospel to you, with the holy spirit sent down from heaven; which things the angels desire to look into.” (1 Peter 1:8-12 Webster)

“and when she had thus said, she turned herself about, and saw Jesus standing, and knew not that it was Jesus.” (John 20:14 Webster)

“and as they were thus speaking, Jesus himself stood in the midst of them, and saith to them, peace [be] to you.” (Luke 24:36 Webster)

“43 and he took [it], and ate before them. 44 and he said to them, these [are] the words which I spoke to you, while I was yet with you, that all things must be fulfilled, which were written in the law of Moses, and [in] the prophets, and [in] the psalms, concerning me. 45 then he opened their understanding, that they might understand the scriptures, 46 and said to them, thus it is written, and thus it behooved Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day: 47 and that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in his name among all nations, beginning at Jerusalem. 48 and ye are witnesses of these things. 49 and behold, I send the promise of my father upon you: but tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem, until ye are endued with power from on high.
50  and he led them out as far as to Bethany: and he lifted up his hands, and blessed them. 51 and it came to pass, while he was blessing them, he was parted from them, and carried up into heaven. 52 and they worshiped him, and returned to Jerusalem with great joy: 53 and were continually in the temple, praising and blessing god. amen.” (Luke 24:43-53 Webster)

“19  so then after the lord had spoken to them, he was received up into heaven, and sat on the right hand of god. 20 and they went forth, and preached every where, the lord working with [them], and confirming the word with signs following. amen.” (Mark 16:19-20 Webster)

“30 moreover, whom he did predestinate, them he also called: and whom he called, them he also justified: and whom he justified, them he also glorified.
31  what shall we then say to these things? if god [is] for us, who [can be] against us? 32 he that spared not his own son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things? 33 who will lay any thing to the charge of god’s elect? [it is] god that justifieth: 34 who [is] he that condemneth? [it is] Christ that died, or rather that is risen again, who is even at the right hand of god, who also maketh intercession for us. 35 who shall separate us from the love of Christ? [shall] tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword? 36 as it is written, for thy sake we are killed all the day long; we are accounted as sheep for the slaughter. 37 but in all these things we are more than conquerors, through him that loved us. 38 for I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, 39 nor hight, nor depth, nor any other creature, will be able to separate us from the love of god which is in Christ Jesus our lord.” (Romans 8:30-39 Webster)

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Preceding:

Death of Christ on the day of preparation

Imprisonment and execution of Jesus Christ

For the Will of Him who is greater than Jesus

 On the first day for matzah

Servant for the truth of God

The Anointed One and the first day of No Fermentation

In other languages:

German version / Deutsch: Nach der Sabbat nach dem Passahfest, die Auferstehung von Jesus Christus

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  2. Slave for people and God
  3. Jesus begotten Son of God #18 Believing in inhuman or human person
  4. The Seed Of The Woman Bruised
  5. Self inflicted misery #3 A man given to suffer for us
  6. Jesus begotten Son of God #20 Before and After
  7. Anointing of Christ as Prophetic Rehearsal of the Burial rites
  8. On the Nature of Christ
  9. Jesus begotten Son of God #4 Promised Prophet and Saviour
  10. Deliverance and establishement of a theocracy
  11. The son of David and the first day of the feast of unleavened bread
  12. 14 Nisan a day to remember #1 Inception
  13. 14 Nisan a day to remember #2 Time of Jesus
  14. 14 Nisan a day to remember #3 Before the Passover-feast
  15. 14 Nisan a day to remember #4 A Lamb slain
  16. 14 Nisan a day to remember #5 The Day to celebrate
  17. 14-15 Nisan and Easter
  18. Around the feast of Unleavened Bread
  19. A Holy week in remembrance of the Blood of life
  20. High Holidays not only for Israel
  21. Festival of Freedom and persecutions
  22. Timely Growth
  23. A Messiah to die
  24. Impaled until death overtook him
  25. Swedish theologian finds historical proof Jesus did not die on a cross
  26. Why 20 Nations Are Defending the Crucifix in Europe
  27. Christ having glory
  28. Kingdom Visions of a Man, Throne and Great crowd
  29. Salvation, trust and action in Jesus #3 as a Christian
  30. Self inflicted misery #6 Paying by death
  31. How are the dead?

  32. Not bounded by labels but liberated in Christ
  33. The Soul confronted with Death
  34. How is it that Christ pleased God so perfectly?
  35. A Living Faith #8 Change
  36. Let me keeep to “first importance” things
  37. Jesus begotten Son of God #2 Christmas and pagan rites
  38. A Great Gift commemorated
  39. Proclaiming shalom, bringing good news of good things, announcing salvation
  40. Jesus is risen

  41. Risen With Him

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  • The Significance of the Resurrection – Jesus Arose Where He Died (darrellcreswell.wordpress.com)
    Death is an all encompassing word, powerful by definition, feared by most, yet totally incapacitated by the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Blood of Christ revives our spirit, restores our inheritance, and renews our life. In Christ our rebirth is a great resuscitation that overcomes and redefines death; opening the pathway to an eternity with our Redeemer.
  • The Resurrection of Jesus X 4 (thisisrealmedia.com)
    There is no greater story than the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  It is the story that means the most to all Christians.  It is the story of a wonderful redeemer, who loved mankind enough to die for us.
  • The Power of His Resurrection (zionsgate.wordpress.com)
    We would all have loved to be there on the road to Emmaus that day, walking with the resurrected Jesus himself as he detailed the different prophecies that concerned his death and resurrection. Still, the apostles and other New Testament writers do a good job of filling us in. The Old Testament is filled with prophecies and types of Jesus’ suffering and death and resurrection as payment for the sins of the world, and the New Testament points those out.
  • The Glory of Easter Part 2 (thepuritaninprada.wordpress.com)
    “The happy ending of the Resurrection is so enormous that it swallows up even the sorrow of the Cross.” – Tim Keller
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    The Resurrection is not a consolation for suffering, the Resurrection is not even a removal of suffering, the Resurrection swallows suffering.” –  Tim Keller – The Hope of Glory
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    Christ swallowed our suffering and it became a part of him and made him greater. And this is the Glory of the Cross, it shows that everything that you have ever been through will only make you greater in the end.  It means all your sorrows, pains, heartbreaks, disappointments, injustices, suffering, agony will somehow only make you greater in the end through the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. That’s a defeat!

  • The Resurrection of Jesus Christ (jlue.wordpress.com)
    For I delivered to you first of all that which I also received: that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, and that He was buried, and that He rose again the third day according to the Scriptures, and that He was seen by Cephas, then by the twelve.
  • -Re: Easter and The Resurrection of Jesus Christ (answersforthefaith.com)
    On my Apologetica page I have posted links to two timely short but excellent articles and one video on the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and Easter:

    <-On Easter and The Resurrection of Jesus >

    Then on my Bible Q& A page I have listed a number of key questions and answers for the Easter season:

    <-Easter Questions and Answers>

  • Holy Trifecta: Good Friday, Passover, Resurrection Sunday (rightistblog.wordpress.com)
    This weekend, Christians around the world will gather to remember the death and rejoice in the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  Over two thousand years ago, Christ died on the cross at Calvary as the payment for the sins of all people.  He was placed in the tomb, and three days later, conquered death and rose from the dead!  This weekend, as we gather with our families and loved ones, let us not forget what Christ’s triumph over death means: everlasting life for all those who believe.
  • When Was Jesus Crucified? (verse4psalm37.wordpress.com)
    I’m convinced that Christ was in the tomb three days and three nights.  To begin with, a day on the Hebrew calendar is from sundown to sundown (Genesis 1: 5), while a day on the Gregorian calendar is from midnight to midnight.  So the Last Supper/Passover meal was held after sundown (Tuesday on the Gregorian calendar; Wednesday on the Hebrew calendar.)   Jesus died on the cross at 3 p.m.  Wednesday.  He was placed in the tomb before sundown because the following day was a special Sabbath, the first day of the  Feast of Unleavened Bread.  Therefore, Christ was in the grave Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.  He arose from the dead before dawn on the first day of the week (Sunday).  (For a timeline, click on http://www.centuryone.com).
  • Even Resurrection Pauses For Sabbath Rest (godspace.wordpress.com)
    Even resurrection pauses for Sabbath rest, in the Episcopal Relief and Development Lenten guide this morning, that today, for the Jews is indeed the sabbath day. This full day of Jesus time in the grave is the day into which all their hope and longing for the future is poured. A day to look forward with anticipation to the day when God does indeed make all things news.
  • “The Resurrection” (bradneel610.wordpress.com)
    Jesus really did die on the cross for our sins, was buried, and three days later rose.

    I’m so thankful that my hope and joy does not rest in an Easter bunny. But a risen King.

  • Pesach

    I imagine that the death of Jesus was still sad in heaven even though they knew the whole plan. Suffering is sorrowful. I don’t really know what was happening while Jesus was dead so I won’t try to guess here.

Après le sabbat après la Pesach ou Pâque, la résurrection de Jésus-Christ

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l’Ascension du Christ – Alexander Andreyevich Ivanov (1806–1858)

 


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“1  Après que le sabbat fut passé, Marie de Magdala, Marie, mère de Jacques, et Salomé, achetèrent des aromates pour venir embaumer le corps. 2 Et elles vinrent au sépulcre de grand matin, le premier jour de la semaine, comme le soleil venait de se lever. 3 Et elles disaient entre elles : Qui nous ôtera la pierre de l’entrée du sépulcre ?” (Markus 16:1-3 OST)

“Le premier jour de la semaine, Marie de Magdala vint le matin au sépulcre, comme il faisait encore obscur ; et elle vit la pierre ôtée du sépulcre.” (Johannes 20:1 OST)

“Et si cela vient à la connaissance du gouverneur, nous le gagnerons et nous vous tirerons de peine.” (Matthäus 28:14 OST)

“1  Mais le premier jour de la semaine, elles vinrent de grand matin au sépulcre, apportant les parfums qu’elles avaient préparés ; et quelques personnes les accompagnaient. 2 Et elles trouvèrent que la pierre qui était à l’entrée du sépulcre avait été ôtée. 3 Et étant entrées, elles ne trouvèrent point le corps du Seigneur Jésus. 4 Et comme elles ne savaient qu’en penser, voici, deux hommes se présentèrent à elles, en vêtements étincelants. 5 Et comme elles étaient effrayées, et qu’elles baissaient le visage contre terre, ils leur dirent : Pourquoi cherchez-vous parmi les morts celui qui est vivant ? 6 Il n’est point ici, mais il est ressuscité. Souvenez-vous de quelle manière il vous a parlé, lorsqu’il était encore en Galilée, 7 Disant : Il faut que le Fils de l’homme soit livré entre les mains des méchants, et qu’il soit crucifié, et qu’il ressuscite le troisième jour. 8 Et elles se souvinrent de ses paroles. 9 Et étant revenues du sépulcre, elles racontèrent toutes ces choses aux onze, et à tous les autres.” (Lukas 24:1-9 OST)

“39 Mais lui, répondant, leur dit : Une race méchante et adultère demande un miracle ; mais il ne lui en sera accordé aucun autre que celui du prophète Jonas. 40 Car comme Jonas fut dans le ventre d’un grand poisson trois jours et trois nuits, ainsi le Fils de l’homme sera dans le sein de la terre trois jours et trois nuits.” (Matthäus 12:39-40 OST)

“23 Ce Jésus livré par la volonté déterminée et selon la prescience de Dieu, vous l’avez pris, et, l’ayant attaché à la croix par les mains des iniques, vous l’avez fait mourir. 24 Mais Dieu l’a ressuscité, ayant rompu les liens de la mort, parce qu’il n’était pas possible qu’il fût retenu par elle. 25 Car David dit de lui : Je voyais toujours le Seigneur devant moi, parce qu’il est à ma droite, afin que je ne sois point ébranlé. 26 C’est pourquoi mon cœur s’est réjoui, et ma langue a fait éclater sa joie, et ma chair aussi reposera en espérance ; 27 Parce que tu ne laisseras point mon âme dans le sépulcre, et que tu ne permettras point que ton Saint voie la corruption. 28 Tu m’as fait connaître le chemin de la vie ; tu me rempliras de joie devant ta face. 29 Hommes frères, il est permis de vous dire avec assurance, quant au patriarche David, qu’il est mort, et qu’il a été enseveli, et que son sépulcre est encore aujourd’hui parmi nous. 30 Mais étant prophète, et sachant que Dieu lui avait promis avec serment qu’il ferait naître le Christ de sa postérité selon la chair, pour le faire asseoir sur son trône ; 31 Prévoyant cela, il dit de la résurrection du Christ, que son âme ne serait point laissée dans l’enfer, et que sa chair ne verrait point la corruption. 32 Dieu a ressuscité ce Jésus ; nous en sommes tous témoins. 33 Élevé donc à la droite de Dieu, et ayant reçu du Père la promesse du Saint-Esprit, il a répandu ce que vous voyez et entendez maintenant. 34 Car David n’est point monté au ciel, mais il dit lui-même : Le Seigneur a dit à mon Seigneur : Assieds-toi à ma droite, 35 Jusqu’à ce que j’aie fait de tes ennemis le marchepied de tes pieds. 36 Que toute la maison d’Israël sache donc avec certitude que Dieu a fait Seigneur et Christ ce Jésus que vous avez crucifié.” (Apostelgescht 2:23-36 OST)

“3 Touchant son Fils, né de la race de David selon la chair, 4 Et, selon l’esprit de sainteté, déclaré Fils de Dieu avec puissance, par sa résurrection des morts, savoir, Jésus-Christ notre Seigneur,” (Römer 1:3-4 OST)

“1  Je vous rappelle, frères, l’Évangile que je vous ai annoncé, et que vous avez reçu, et dans lequel vous persévérez, 2 Et par lequel vous êtes sauvés, si vous le gardez tel que je vous l’ai annoncé ; autrement, vous auriez cru en vain. 3 Or, je vous ai enseigné, avant toutes choses, ce que j’avais aussi reçu : que Christ est mort pour nos péchés, selon les Écritures ; 4 Et qu’il a été enseveli, et qu’il est ressuscité le troisième jour, selon les Écritures ; 5 Et qu’il a été vu de Céphas, puis des douze ; 6 Ensuite, il a été vu en une seule fois de plus de cinq cents frères, dont la plupart sont encore vivants, et dont quelques-uns sont morts. 7 Ensuite, il s’est fait voir à Jacques, et puis à tous les apôtres ; 8 Et après tous, il m’est apparu à moi aussi comme à un avorton. 9 Car je suis le moindre des apôtres, moi qui ne suis pas digne d’être appelé apôtre, parce que j’ai persécuté l’Église de Dieu.” (1 Korinther 15:1-9 OST)

“3 Alors Pierre sortit avec l’autre disciple, et ils allèrent au sépulcre. 4 Et ils couraient tous deux ensemble ; mais cet autre disciple courut plus vite que Pierre, et arriva le premier au sépulcre. 5 Et s’étant baissé, il vit les bandelettes qui étaient à terre ; mais il n’entra point. 6 Mais Simon Pierre, qui le suivait, étant arrivé, entra dans le sépulcre, et vit les bandelettes qui étaient à terre, 7 Et le suaire qu’on lui avait mis sur la tête, lequel n’était pas avec les autres linges ; mais plié dans un endroit à part. 8 L’autre disciple, qui était arrivé le premier au sépulcre, entra aussi, et il vit, et il crut. 9 Car ils n’avaient pas encore compris l’Écriture, portant qu’il fallait que Jésus ressuscitât des morts.” (Johannes 20:3-9 OST)

“11  Cependant Marie se tenait dehors, près du sépulcre, en pleurant ; et comme elle pleurait, elle se baissa dans le sépulcre, 12 Et elle vit deux anges vêtus de blanc, assis l’un à la tête, et l’autre aux pieds, au lieu où le corps de Jésus avait été couché. 13 Et ils lui dirent : Femme, pourquoi pleures-tu ? Elle leur dit : Parce qu’on a enlevé mon Seigneur, et je ne sais où on l’a mis. 14 Et ayant dit cela, elle se retourna, et vit Jésus debout ; mais elle ne savait point que c’était Jésus. 15 Jésus lui dit : Femme, pourquoi pleures-tu ? Qui cherches-tu ? Elle, croyant que c’était le jardinier, lui dit : Seigneur, si tu l’as emporté, dis-moi où tu l’as mis, et je le prendrai. 16 Jésus lui dit : Marie ! Et elle, s’étant retournée, lui dit : Rabbouni ! c’est-à-dire, mon Maître ! 17 Jésus lui dit : Ne me touche point, car je ne suis pas encore monté vers mon Père ; mais va vers mes frères, et dis-leur que je monte vers mon Père et votre Père, vers mon Dieu et votre Dieu. 18 Et Marie de Magdala vint annoncer aux disciples qu’elle avait vu le Seigneur, et qu’il lui avait dit cela.” (Johannes 20:11-18 OST)

“28  Vous avez entendu que je vous ai dit : Je m’en vais, et je reviens à vous. Si vous m’aimiez, vous vous réjouiriez de ce que j’ai dit : Je vais au Père ; car mon Père est plus grand que moi. 29 Et je vous l’ai dit maintenant, avant que la chose arrive, afin que, quand elle sera arrivée, vous croyiez. 30 Je ne parlerai plus guère avec vous, car le prince de ce monde vient ; mais il n’a rien en moi. 31 Mais afin que le monde con-naisse que j’aime le Père, et que je fais ce que le Père m’a commandé, levez-vous, partons d’ici.” (Johannes 14:28-31 OST)

“25 Je vous ai dit ces choses en similitudes ; mais le temps vient que je ne vous parlerai plus en similitudes, mais je vous parlerai ouvertement du Père. 26 En ce jour vous demanderez en mon nom, et je ne vous dis point que je prierai le Père pour vous, 27 Car le Père lui-même vous aime, parce que vous m’avez aimé, et que vous avez cru que je suis issu de Dieu.
28  Je suis issu du Père, et je suis venu dans le monde ; je laisse de nouveau le monde, et je vais au Père.” (Johannes 16:25-28 OST)

“13 Or personne n’est monté au ciel, que celui qui est descendu du ciel, savoir, le Fils de l’homme qui est dans le ciel. 14 Et comme Moïse éleva le serpent dans le désert, de même il faut que le Fils de l’homme soit élevé, 15 Afin que quiconque croit en lui ne périsse point, mais qu’il ait la vie éternelle.” (Johannes 3:13-15 OST)

“15 Je ne te prie pas de les ôter du monde, mais de les préserver du malin. 16 Ils ne sont pas du monde, comme je ne suis pas du monde.
17  Sanctifie-les par ta vérité ; ta parole est la vérité. 18 Comme tu m’as envoyé dans le monde, je les ai aussi envoyés dans le monde. 19 Et je me sanctifie moi-même pour eux, afin qu’eux aussi soient sanctifiés par la vérité.” (Johannes 17:15-19 OST)

“19  Le soir de ce jour, qui était le premier de la semaine, les portes du lieu où les disciples étaient assemblés étant fermées, par crainte des Juifs, Jésus vint, et se présenta au milieu d’eux et leur dit : La paix soit avec vous ! 20 Et quand il eut dit cela, il leur montra ses mains et son côté. Les disciples donc, voyant le Seigneur, eurent une grande joie. 21 Il leur dit de nouveau : La paix soit avec vous ! Comme mon Père m’a envoyé, je vous envoie aussi.” (Johannes 20:19-21 OST)

“1  L’Esprit du Seigneur, de l’Éternel, est sur moi ; car l’Éternel m’a oint, pour annoncer la bonne nouvelle aux affligés. Il m’a envoyé pour guérir ceux qui ont le cœur brisé, pour proclamer aux captifs la liberté, et aux prisonniers l’ouverture de la prison ; 2 Pour proclamer l’année de la bienveillance de l’Éternel et le jour de la vengeance de notre Dieu ; pour consoler tous ceux qui sont dans le deuil ; 3 Pour présenter à ceux de Sion qui sont dans le deuil et pour leur donner le diadème au lieu de la cendre, l’huile de joie au lieu du deuil, le manteau de louange au lieu d’un esprit abattu ; tellement qu’on les appellera les chênes de la justice, les arbres plantés par l’Éternel pour le glorifier.” (Jesaja 61:1-3 OST)

“Vous sondez les Écritures, parce qu’en elles vous croyez avoir la vie éternelle, et ce sont elles qui rendent témoignage de moi.” (Johannes 5:39 OST)

“L’Éternel ton Dieu te suscitera un prophète comme moi, du milieu de toi, d’entre tes frères ; vous l’écouterez ;” (5Mose 18:15 OST)

“18 Et Jésus, s’approchant, leur parla et leur dit : Toute puissance m’a été donnée dans le ciel et sur la terre ; 19 Allez donc et instruisez toutes les nations, les baptisant au nom du Père, du Fils et du Saint-Esprit, 20 Et leur apprenant à garder tout ce que je vous ai commandé ; et voici, je suis avec vous tous les jours jusqu’à la fin du monde. Amen !” (Matthäus 28:18-20 OST)

“1  Toi donc, mon fils, fortifie-toi, dans la grâce qui est en Jésus-Christ. 2 Et les choses que tu as entendues de moi, en présence de plusieurs témoins, confie-les à des hommes fidèles, qui soient capables aussi d’enseigner les autres.” (2 Timotheus 2:1-2 OST)

“Retiens dans la foi, et dans la charité qui est en Jésus-Christ, le modèle des saines instructions que tu as entendues de moi.” (2 Timotheus 1:13 OST)

“24 Or, Thomas, l’un des douze, appelé Didyme, n’était pas avec eux lorsque Jésus vint. 25 Les autres disciples lui dirent donc : Nous avons vu le Seigneur. Mais il leur dit : Si je ne vois la marque des clous dans ses mains, et si je ne mets mon doigt dans la marque des clous, et si je ne mets ma main dans son côté, je ne le croirai point.
26  Huit jours après, ses disciples étaient de nouveau dans la maison, et Thomas était avec eux. Jésus vint, les portes étant fermées, et se tint au milieu d’eux et dit : La paix soit avec vous ! 27 Puis il dit à Thomas : Mets ici ton doigt, et regarde mes mains ; avance aussi ta main, et la mets dans mon côté, et ne sois pas incrédule, mais croyant. 28 Thomas répondit et lui dit : Mon Seigneur et mon Dieu ! 29 Jésus lui dit : Parce que tu m’as vu, Thomas, tu as cru. Heureux ceux qui n’ont pas vu, et qui ont cru !” (Johannes 20:24-29 OST)

“(Car nous marchons par la foi, et non par la vue).” (2 Korinther 5:7 OST)

“8 Que vous aimez, sans l’avoir connu, en qui vous croyez, sans le voir encore, et vous vous réjouissez d’une joie ineffable et glorieuse, 9 Remportant le prix de votre foi, le salut de vos âmes.
10  C’est de ce salut que se sont informés et enquis les prophètes, qui ont prophétisé touchant la grâce qui est en vous ; 11 Recherchant, pour quel temps et quelles conjonctures l’Esprit de Christ qui était en eux, et qui rendait témoignage d’avance, leur révélait les souffrances de Christ, et la gloire dont elles seraient suivies. 12 Et il leur fut révélé que ce n’était pas pour eux-mêmes, mais pour nous, qu’ils étaient dispensateurs de ces choses, qui vous ont été annoncées maintenant par ceux qui vous ont prêché l’Évangile, par le Saint-Esprit envoyé du ciel, et dans lesquelles les anges désirent plonger leurs regards.” (1 Petrus 1:8-12 OST)

“Et ayant dit cela, elle se retourna, et vit Jésus debout ; mais elle ne savait point que c’était Jésus.” (Johannes 20:14 OST)

“Comme ils tenaient ces discours, Jésus lui-même se présenta au milieu d’eux, et leur dit : La paix soit avec vous.” (Lukas 24:36 OST)

“43 Et l’ayant pris il en mangea en leur présence. 44 Puis il leur dit : C’est là ce que je vous disais lorsque j’étais encore avec vous, qu’il fallait que tout ce qui a été écrit de moi dans la loi de Moïse et dans les prophètes et dans les psaumes, fût accompli. 45 Alors il leur ouvrit l’esprit, pour qu’ils comprissent les Écritures. 46 Et il leur dit : Ainsi est-il écrit, et ainsi fallait-il que le Christ souffrît, et qu’il ressuscitât des morts le troisième jour, 47 Et qu’on prêchât en son nom la repentance et la rémission des péchés, parmi toutes les nations, en commençant par Jérusalem. 48 Or, vous êtes les témoins de ces choses ; et voici, je vais vous envoyer ce que mon Père a promis. 49 Pour vous, demeurez dans la ville de Jérusalem, jusqu’à ce que vous soyez revêtus de la vertu d’en haut.
50  Il les mena ensuite dehors jusqu’à Béthanie ; puis, élevant ses mains, il les bénit. 51 Et il arriva, comme il les bénissait, qu’il se sépara d’eux, et fut élevé au ciel. 52 Et eux, l’ayant adoré, s’en retournèrent à Jérusalem dans une grande joie. 53 Et ils étaient continuellement dans le temple, louant et bénissant Dieu. Amen.” (Lukas 24:43-53 OST)

“19  Le Seigneur, après leur avoir parlé, fut élevé au ciel, et il s’assit à la droite de Dieu. 20 Et eux, étant partis, prêchèrent partout ; le Seigneur opérant avec eux, et confirmant la Parole par les miracles qui l’accompagnaient.” (Markus 16:19-20 OST)

“30 Et ceux qu’il a prédestinés, il les a aussi appelés ; et ceux qu’il a appelés, il les a aussi justifiés ; et ceux qu’il a justifiés, il les a aussi glorifiés.
31  Que dirons-nous donc sur cela ? Si Dieu est pour nous, qui sera contre nous ? 32 Lui, qui n’a point épargné son propre Fils, mais qui l’a livré pour nous tous, comment ne nous donnera-t-il point toutes choses avec lui ? 33 Qui accusera les élus de Dieu ? Dieu est celui qui les justifie. 34 Qui les condamnera ? Christ est mort, et de plus il est ressuscité, il est même assis à la droite de Dieu, et il intercède aussi pour nous. 35 Qui nous séparera de l’amour de Christ ? Sera-ce l’affliction, ou l’angoisse, ou la persécution, ou la faim, ou la nudité, ou le péril, ou l’épée ? 36 Selon qu’il est écrit : Nous sommes livrés à la mort tous les jours à cause de toi, et nous sommes regardés comme des brebis destinées à la tuerie. 37 Au contraire, dans toutes ces choses nous sommes plus que vainqueurs, par celui qui nous a aimés. 38 Car je suis assuré que ni la mort, ni la vie, ni les anges, ni les principautés, ni les puissances, ni les choses présentes, ni les choses à venir, 39 Ni la hauteur, ni la profondeur, ni aucune autre créature, ne pourra nous séparer de l’amour de Dieu manifesté en Jésus-Christ notre Seigneur.” (Römer 8:30-39 OST)

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    Miriam’s mistake is reasonable given the context, the location of the tomb in a garden presumably and the first day of the work week.  However, the gospel writer’s Greek is odd.  This is a hapax legomenon, the only use of this word in all of the NT or the LXX.
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