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Post  Admin on Sun 31 Mar 2013, 5:51 pm

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Here is an excellent link I suggest which everyone should read. It describe accurately of the suffering of Jesus in the scourging

http://naturesdesignsonline.com/Cat-of-nine-tails.htm
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THE DAY CHRIST DIED*
*John 12:1 *
*by Pastor Wayne A. Webb *
*(Now at Home with the Lord)*
* *
*We are furnished by Scripture with certain facts and fixed points
which, taken together, enable us to: (1) determine the events which
filled up the days of "the last week" of our Lord's life on earth; (2)
fix the day of His crucifixion; and (3) ascertain the duration of the
time He remained in the tomb.



The difficulties connected with these three issues have arisen from: (1)
not having noted these fixed points; (2) the fact of Gentiles not having
been conversant with the Law concerning the three great feasts of the
Lord; and (3) not having reckoned the days as commencing some six hours
before our own and running from sunset to sunset, instead of from
midnight to midnight. To remove these difficulties, we must note:

1. That the first day of each of the three feasts, Passover, Pentecost
and Tabernacles, was "a holy convocation, " a "Sabbath" on which no
servile work was to be done (see Lev. 23:7,24,35; cf. Ex. 12:16). "That
Sabbath" and the "high day" of John 19:31 was the "holy convocation, "
the first day of the feast, which quite overshadowed the ordinary weekly
Sabbath. This great Sabbath, having been mistaken from the earliest
times for the weekly Sabbath, has led to all the confusion.

2. The Lord's statement that, "even as Jonah was in the belly of the
fish three days and three nights, so shall the Son of man be in the
heart of the earth three days and three nights" (Matt. 12:40), has
naturally caused the further difficulty. This is because today, while it
is quite correct to speak according to Hebrew idiom of "three days' or
"three years," even though they are only parts of three days or three
years, yet that idiom does not apply in a case like this, where "three
nights" are mentioned in addition to "three days." It will be noted that
the Lord not only definitely states this, but also repeats the full
phraseology, so that we may not mistake it.

3. We have, therefore, the following facts furnished for our sure guidance:
a. The "high day" of John 19:31 was on the first day of the feast.
b. The "first day of the feast" was on the 15th of Nisan (April).
c. The 15th day of Nisan commenced at sunset on what we would call
the 14th.
d. "Six days before the Passover" (John 12:1) takes us back to the
9th day of Nisan.
e. "After two days is the Passover" (Matt. 26:2; Mark 14:1) takes us
to the 13th of Nisan.
f. "The first day of the week," the day of the resurrection (Matt.
28:1), was from our Saturday sunset to our Sunday sunset. This fixes the
days of the week, just as the above fixes the days of the months, for:
g. Reckoning back from this, "three days and three nights" (Matt.
12:40), we arrive at the day of the burial, which must have been before
sunset, on the 14th day of Nisan; that is, before our Wednesday sunset.
h. This makes the sixth day before the Passover (the 9th day of
Nisan) to be our Thursday sunset to Friday sunset.

Therefore, Wednesday, Nisan 14th (commencing on Tuesday at sunset), was
"the preparation day," on which the crucifixion took place. All four
Gospels definitely say that this was the day on which the Lord was
buried (before our Wednesday sunset). "Because it was the preparation
[day]" the bodies should not remain upon the Cross on the Sabbath day,
"for that Sabbath day was a high day," and, therefore, not the ordinary
seventh day, or weekly Sabbath (see John 19:31).

4. It follows, therefore, that the Lord being crucified on "the
preparation day," could not have eaten the Passover lamb, which was not
slain until the evening of the 14th of Nisan (afternoon). On that day,
the daily sacrifice was killed at the 6th hour (noon) and offered about
the 7th hour (1 :00 PM). The killing of the Passover lambs began
directly afterward. Thus, it is clear, that if the killing of the
Passover lambs did not commence until about four hours after our Lord
had been hanging upon the Cross, and would not have been concluded at
the 9th hour (3:00 PM) when "He gave up the ghost," no "Passover lamb"
could have been eaten at the "last supper" on the previous evening.

Note: The Jewish day is lunar and is counted from sunset to sunset,
while the Gentile day is solar and is counted from sunrise to sunrise.
This is true of ancient and modern Jews. And that is why their worship
services begin on Friday evening rather than Saturday morning.

1. Friday Sunset to Saturday Sunset ---10th day of Nisan (April).
Triumphal entry into Jerusalem (Jn. 12:1, 12-14; Mt. 11:1-7; Mk.
19:29-35). Note: This was the designated day for Israel to choose their
Passover lamb (see Ex. 12:3).

2. Saturday Sunset to Sunday Sunset - the 11th day of Nisan (April). The
temple is cleansed (Mk. 11:15-17; Lk. 19:45,46).

3. Sunday Sunset to Monday Sunset _12th day of Nisan (April). Teaching
in the temple (Lk. 19:47,48).

4. Monday Sunset to Tuesday Sunset - 13th day of Nisan (April). Further
teaching in the temple (Mt. 21:23-27; Mk. 11:27-33; Lk. 20:1-8).

5. Tuesday Sunset to Wednesday Sunset _14th day of Nisan (April). The
day before the Passover, called the "preparation day" (Jn 19:14,31,42) .
On this day was the last supper, the betrayal, the agony in Gethsemane,
and the illegal trials (Mt. 26:21-27,31; Mk.14:18-15: 19; Lk.
22:14-23:25; Jn. 13:1-19:15).

On this day the Passover lamb was slain (Ex. 12:6) and on this day,
Christ was crucified and buried (I Cor. 5:7; Mt. 27:31-56; Mk. 15:20-41;
Lk. 23:26-31; Jn. 19:13-18;). "It was the third hour and they crucified
Him" (Mk. 15:25,26): 9:00 AM. "The sixth hour" (Mk. 15:33): 12:00 noon.
"The ninth hour" (Mk. 15:34-37): 3:00 PM.

At the precise time Christ was being crucified, the officials of Israel
were slaying their Passover lambs! (See I Cor. 5:7). Christ was buried
in haste before sunset (our Wednesday about 6:00 PM), before the "high
day" (the first day of the Passover feast) began, Wednesday sunset (Mt.
27:57-66; Mk. 15:42-47; Lk. 23:50-56; Jn. 19:38-42).

1. Wednesday Sunset to Thursday Sunset - the 15th day of Nisan
(April). The first day of the Passover feast: the special midweek
Sabbath, "a high day" (Ex. 12:16; Jn. 19:31). The first night and the
first day of thomb.

2. Thursday Sunset to Friday Sunset - the 16th day of Nisan (April).
Women bought and prepared spices after the special Passover Sabbath had
passed (Mk. 16:1; Lk. 23 :56).

3. Friday Sunset to Saturday Sunset - 17th day of Nisan (April).
Resurrection Day! "The first day of the week" (Lk. 24:1; Jn. 20:1). "The
third day" (Mt. 16:21; 27:63; Mk. 8:31; see Mt. 12:40).

The resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ took place about sunset on our
Saturday, which would be the beginning of the Jewish Sunday, several
hours before the women found the empty tomb.
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