Posted by: DIS | January 6, 2015

The Chronological order of events concerning the Arrest, Trial, Crucifixion, Burial, and Ressurection of Christ

The Arrest Trial Crucifixion of Christ
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  1. Correction: Aviv 14 was on the 3rd day of the week (Tuesday) and Aviv 15 was on the 4th day of the week (Wednesday). Got my days mixed up!

    • Thank you for the kind words S. and for the added helpful information. I learned this teaching from Sue Patterson a few years ago and searched it out in the scriptures for more understanding. So the credit should go to her diligence. All for Gods glory.. I perceive that the atonement expresses more of God’s character and love than anything else in the scriptures. JMO.. It is one of the most amazing stories ever told. Bob and I are both blessed to receive such beautiful comments as yours. They are truly treasures to us…may the Lord bless all of your days, Bill

  2. Morning Bill,

    Thank you for this study. I give the glory to our Lord that we have been blessed with a kind and gentle teacher as diligent as you. Thank you for sharing this with us.

    When I go back to the year 30AD, Aviv 14 (which was April 4th on the Julian calendar) was the 2nd day of the week. Aviv 15 – the day of the crucifixion – would have been on the 3rd day of the week. (In the midst of the week he shall be cut off – maybe another layer to Dan 9:26?). First fruits is always on “the morrow after the weekly Sabbath” Lev 23:11 – (i.e. on the first day of the new week). By my calculation it would make Jesus resurrection on the eve of Aviv 18 (the weekly Sabbath – the new day began at sunset.). I don’t believe these minor details matter at all. I am simply blown away by what was revealed to you and how well you presented all the information contained in the gospels.

    You and Bob have been such a blessing to us, I cannot express how appreciative we are. You have led us to the real Jesus, the “Light” (so eloquently described by Stephen Crisp in his “A Short History of a Long Travel from Babylon to Bethel.) Without you, may be we would have never found it!

    Blessings from us.


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