79- The 3 days and the 3 nights: 3 Times, before the Resurrection of Jesus, and The New Creation. (Written between October 28–31, 2023 and some parts in May 2024)

 

Romans 4-25 Jesus our Lord was delivered up for our trespasses, and was raised again for our justification.

 

79-1 Here is the Man

Here is Man... given by God, the Father of all things and all

Admired and admirably depicted by the Holy Spirit via Isaiah the prophet

(Isaiah 52-13 to 53-12: here are 15 extraordinary verses describing Jesus and his work)

 

1) Jesus fully understood and accepted the Perfect Will of the Heavenly Father for Him and for all creation. Since his early childhood (4.3 years): Isaiah 7-15; until death, and even the death of the cross. Philippians 2-8

2) Jesus was different in the eyes of the men of this world, not known, neither told, nor heard, not believed, nor recognized, refused, neither beauty, nor splendor, not pleasant, ignored, misunderstood, considered wicked and criminal,

3) Jesus was the subject of dread, disfigured, despised, forsaken, scorned, burdened, beaten, whipped, humiliated, wounded, desecrated, pierced, broken, crushed, bruised, mistreated, oppressed, shorn (beard torn off), abused, stripped, tyrannized, anguished, mute, chastised, entrenched, betrayed, destroyed, killed, assassinated, crucified,

4) Jesus bore the sufferings of men, burdened with their pains, wounded and smitten for their sins which he bore, broken for he took charge of their iniquities, took their punishment, depressed by our wrongs, healed their illnesses and infirmities, borne their ills, will justify many, he interceded for the guilty,

5) Jesus accomplished everything, paid for, redeemed, reestablished, released, delivered, freed, claimed, begotten, carried, known, suffered, accepted, adhered to,

6) Jesus understood, was insightful, was successful, was wise, discerned, was like an expert, exalted, lifted up, grew, carried very high, very exalted, very high, a subject of joy, will close the mouths of the great, will have his share with the great (Saints), will share the spoils with the mighty (Saints),

7) Jesus will remain marked for eternity by his work, the exterior image of His interior Being, Jesus is the Glory of the Heavenly Father and of all the new creation. The only things made by the hand of men in heaven are the marks on the body of Jesus.

8) From the most humble and despised came the Eternal Magnificent Indestructible Almighty Beloved of the Heavenly Father and of all the new creation which fascinated and carried by Him will henceforth only be able to obey the Father Beloved Only Master Perfect and Worthy of the whole universe, even if she will know the glorious freedom of the children of God and will always have her free will.

 

Who will dare to compare the smallest sacrifice they are willing to make with The Sacrifice made by God The Father and His Son Jesus Christ? Who will dare to say again: "I paid the price"? (Reflection of believers under the old covenant, but which is non-existent in the regenerated heart before the marvellous work revealed by the Holy Spirit of the Father and the Son at the cross. Liberality, on the other hand, concerns assistance intended for the Saints, it comes from a heart given to the Lord and follows the rule of equality to enrich the Body of Christ following the example of the Lord Jesus – 2 Corinthians 8)

Do not bring your accomplishments to God, learn to come to God, to pray, in Jesus' Name, the One who worked and walked before His Father in perfect obedience, for you, and accomplished everything for Y O U...

Even Joseph after his brothers' betrayal, slavery and prison said: Now do not grieve, nor be angry that you have sold me to be brought hither, for it is to save your life that God has sent me before you - Genesis 45-5

Simon of Cyrene, can you tell us who carried the cross of Jesus?

“I don't know, they put a beam on my back… But I was fascinated by this man, I followed him closely and I saw… I heard the cries of the crowd… And Him didn't say anything, He didn't say anything when they nailed him… It was as if He accepted his fate.

This girder, I do not remember having worn it. Did I? But, did you look at Him? ...

 

Hebrews 9-14 how much more will the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without blemish to God, cleanse your conscience from dead works to serve the living God?

Hebrews 10-14 For by one offering he has perfected forever those who are being sanctified. 

 

Isaiah 61-1 The spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me, for the LORD has anointed me to bring good news to the poor; He has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and deliverance to the prisoners; 2 To proclaim the year of the LORD's favor,

1 Peter 3-18 Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to God, being put to death to the flesh, but made alive to the Spirit, 19 in which also he went and preached to the spirits in prison, 20 who formerly had been unbelieving, when the patience of God was prolonged, in the days of Noah, during the building of the ark, in which a few people, it that is to say, eight, were saved through the water.

1 Peter 4-6 For the gospel was also preached to the dead, that they, having been judged as men in the flesh, might live according to God in the Spirit.

 

After his work in the visible, Jesus continued his work in the invisible...

 

79-2 Jesus came down to preach to the spirits in prison, to the spirits each locked in their own corrupt soul, in a soul soaked in the seductive ambient state of mind of this corrupt and defiled world, by the devil, the enemy of souls.

Jesus descended into the bosom of Abraham and into hades, the abyss of torment (not into hell: the lake of fire and sulfur, because not yet opened, the judgment not having yet taken place) - Luke 16-19 to 31

John 5-25 The hour is coming, and has already come, when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God; and those who hear it will live. It was then the moment of the transport of the dead in faith from the bosom of Abraham to paradise.

 

Revelation 19-20 And the beast was taken, and with him the false prophet, who had performed signs before him, by which he had deceived those who took the mark of the beast and worshiped his image. They were both thrown alive into the lake burning with fire and brimstone.

Revelation 20-1 Then I saw an angel coming down from heaven, who had the key to the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand. 2 He took hold of the dragon, the ancient serpent, who is the devil and Satan, and bound him for a thousand years. 3 And he cast him into the deep, and shut up and sealed the entrance above him, that he should deceive the nations no more, until the thousand years were fulfilled. After that, he must be untied for a little while...

7 When the thousand years are completed, Satan will be released from his prison. 8 And he will go out to deceive the nations that are in the four corners of the earth, Gog and Magog, to gather them together for war; their number is like the sand of the sea. 9 And they came up on the face of the earth, and they surrounded the camp of the saints and the beloved city. But a fire came down from the sky and devoured them. 10 And the devil, who deceived them, was thrown into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet are. And they will be tormented day and night for ever and ever. 11 Then I saw a great white throne, and him who sat on it. The earth and the sky fled from before his face, and there was no place found for them. 12 And I saw the dead, both great and small, standing before the throne. Books were opened. And another book was opened, which is the book of life. And the dead were judged according to their works, according to what was written in these books. 13 The sea gave up the dead that were in it; death and hell gave up the dead that were in them; and each was judged according to his works. 14 And death and hell were thrown into the lake of fire. This is the second death, the lake of fire. 15 Whoever was not found written in the book of life was thrown into the lake of fire.

 

The accomplished spirit of the perfect man Jesus descended:

  • In perfect communion and in truth adoration of the Beloved Father Creator, dazzled and amazed by the Love of the Almighty and Omniscient God, contemplating the beauty of the One Eternal Goodness Personified, manifested through all his good and perfect,
  • Free, capable of raising his entire being in perfect obedience to His Heavenly Father, never alienated by lying thoughts,
  • Sensitive, vibrating in perfect harmony with the directives of His Lord,
  • Word of God incarnate almighty to break the hardest rock, destroy all chains and free all captives.

Jeremiah 23-29 Is not my word like fire, says the LORD, and like a hammer that breaks rock?

 

He came down to free the captive spirits: (According to Watchman NEE, Spirit = Consciousness, Worship, Communion, Intuition)

  • So is the conscience, stifled by the lying reasonings of the unbelieving soul, it quickly becomes insensitive and then dies.
  • Thus are the adoration due to the Creator and the communion with the Heavenly Father, replaced in the soul seduced by the adoration of the creature, diverted towards the temporal and the vanity of this world, they no longer hear the sweet quiverings of the heart orchestrated by the Divine Spouse of the soul. The soul is then left in deep dismay in the face of death when its destiny is destroyed, annihilated.
  • So is intuition, diverted by the father of lies and his cohort of malignant and pernicious spirits towards enchanting and deeply malicious objectives.

 

In contact with the fire of the life-giving and all-powerful Spirit of Jesus, who alone descended pure and life-giving into the realm of the dead, the imprisoned spirits opened themselves to the good news so that they could live according to God regarding Spirit, freed by the powerful Word of the Gospel. This is what the Word of God affirms, full of mysteries for the natural man.

 

79-3 Let us try to understand the greatness of the resurrection of Jesus which required :

  • The total trust of the Son of God in the presence of His heavenly Father, and this affirmed by the Holy Spirit through the mouth of the Apostle Peter on the day of Pentecost.
  • The perfect communion of the Trinity of God in this grandiose work,
  • The infinite greatness of the power of God.

Let's read the Word of God:

Genesis 22-6 Abraham took the wood for the burnt offering, and loaded it onto his son Isaac, and carried the fire and the knife in his hand. And they both walked together. 7 Then Isaac spoke to Abraham his father, saying, My father! And he answered: Here am I, my son! Isaac replied: Here is the fire and the wood; but where is the lamb for the burnt offering? 8 Abraham answered, My son, God will provide himself with the lamb for the burnt offering. And they both walked together.

The walking together of the father and son was highlighted twice here, this prophetically to strengthen Jesus in his terrible martyrdom 2000 years later.

Matthew 27-45 From the sixth hour until the ninth there was darkness over all the earth. 46 And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? that is to say: My God, my God, why have you abandoned me (or “put in a thorny bush and seen thus by Moses – See Appendix 12)? I have long believed that because of the purity of God, the Father turned away from the Son who became sin for us. But this is not what the other texts of Scripture below imply…

Luke 23-45 The sun was darkened, and the veil of the temple was rent in the middle. 46 Jesus cried out with a loud voice, Father, into your hands I commit my spirit. And, saying these words, he expired. 47 And when the centurion saw what was done, he glorified God, and said, Surely this man was righteous. Jesus declares here to place by faith, in total trust, his spirit in the hands of his Father.

John 2-19 Jesus answered them, Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up. 20 The Jews said, It took forty and six years to build this temple, and you will raise it up in three days! 21 But he spoke of the temple of his body. 22 Therefore when he was raised from the dead, his disciples remembered that he had said these things, and they believed the Scripture and the word that Jesus had spoken. Jesus declares here an a priori mystery. How could he, once dead, resurrect himself?

This is where the whole unity of the divine Trinity and of man made in its image comes into play:

  • The body of the man Jesus was dead,
  • The soul of the man Jesus also passed through the taint of sin and death as a result,
  • The grain of wheat died and released the life-giving germ of life,
  • The spirit of Jesus still alive, without any defilement, always in perfect unity with the Heavenly Father, his spirit left the grave carrying with him, in his bosom, the beneficial fruits of this true life giving life,
  • The Father, The Son, The Holy Spirit, created in perfect unity this 2nd perfect creation announced from the 1st verse of the Bible: CHRIST, a marvelous Being from man, whose head is Jesus and whose body is formed of the Eklesia Church, the believers having accepted the gift of God made by the substitutionary Sacrifice of Jesus: redemption - the redemption of their sinful life and the covering of the righteousness of God for them.
  • The heaven had been covered, said the glory of God, from the 1st creation, the earth was still in this expectation of covering with the glory of God. This will be done by the Sacrifice of the Son Jesus.

Acts 2-22 Jesus of Nazareth, the man of whom God bore witness before you by miracles and wonders and signs which he wrought through him among you, as you yourselves know; 23 This man, delivered up according to the appointed plan and according to the foreknowledge of God, you have put to death by the hand of the wicked. 24 God raised him from the bonds of death, because it was not possible for him to be held by it. 25 For David said of him, I saw the Lord always before me, because he is at my right hand, that I should not be moved; 26 also my heart is glad, and my tongue is glad; and even my flesh will rest in hope, 27 for you will not abandon my soul to hell, nor will you allow your Holy One to see corruption. 28 You have shown me the paths of life; you will fill me with joy with your presence.

Even in the dirtiest place on earth, the grave, even if the soul of Jesus was "put in a thorny bush" in our sins which surrounded him on all sides, having become sin for us, the spirit of Jesus was no less sure of the presence of his Heavenly Father at his side. This is what the Holy Spirit affirms here through the mouth of the Apostle Peter on the day of Pentecost.

The passage chosen by the Holy Spirit is that of Psalm 16 which declares:

  • The incessant communion of the Son and the Father, despite the martyrdom and anguish of the Son,
  • The constant presence of the Father next to the Son,
  • The joy and elation of the Son and the Father, despite the martyrdom and anguish of the Son, Son who took pleasure in accomplishing all the work, all the pleasure of God. It pleased the Lord to break him with suffering… and the work, the pleasure of God will prosper in his hands - Isaiah 53-10, this in order to be able to release the life, contained in the only Son, giving life to a multitude.
  • This is the secret of the paths of life: The perfect Obedience of the Son, The perfect Communion of the Son with the Father, The perfect Unity of Heart of the Trinity still in this 2nd perfect creation.
  • 2nd perfect creation which purified even the 1st creation by the Sacrifice of Jesus the perfect Man. Hebrews 9-11 But Christ came as high priest of good things to come; he passed through the greater and more perfect tabernacle, which is not made with hands, that is, not of this creation; 12 and entered into the most holy place once for all, not with the blood of goats and calves, but with his own blood, having obtained eternal redemption. 13 For if the blood of bulls and goats, and the ashes of a heifer, sprinkled on those who are unclean, sanctify and bring purity to the flesh, 14 how much more the blood of Christ, who through an everlasting Spirit, offered himself without spot to God, will he purify your conscience from dead works, so that you may serve the living God! … 23 It was therefore necessary, since the images of the things which are in the heavens should be purified in this way, that the heavenly things themselves should be purified by more excellent sacrifices than these. 24 For Christ has not entered into a sanctuary made with hands, in imitation of the true one, but has entered into heaven itself, that now he may appear before the face of God for us.

Heaven itself, which still received the enemy of God, in the presence of the Heavenly Father, had to be purified by The Sacrifice.

What is unshakeable in The Sight of The Heavenly Father?

The obedience of His Son Jesus.

On what mystery will the Kingdom of God rest?

Jesus Christ with all things gathered in Him,

because fascinated by the One who manifested all The Father’s Love

As sin reigned through death, so grace reigns through righteousness

For eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. Roman 5-21

The passage chosen by the Holy Spirit and cited by Peter at Pentecost is that of Psalm 18, which we would have chosen and which declares:

Psalm 18-4 The bands of death surrounded me, and the torrents of destruction terrified me; 5 The bonds of the grave had surrounded me, the nets of death had surprised me. 6 In my distress I called on the LORD, I cried to my God; From his palace he heard my voice, and my cry reached his ears before him.

The passage chosen by the Holy Spirit is also not that of Jonah who declares:

Jonah 2-2 In my distress I called upon the LORD, and he heard me; From the depths of hell I cried out, And you heard my voice... 4 I said: I am driven out of your sight! But I will still see your holy temple... 7 When my soul was cast down within me, I remembered the LORD, and my prayer came to you, In your holy temple. 9 But I will offer sacrifices to you with a cry of thanksgiving, I will fulfill my vows: Salvation is from the LORD. 10 The LORD spoke to the fish, and the fish vomited Jonah onto the earth.

No in these 2 passages the man cries to God for his deliverance. In the passage chosen by the Holy Spirit, the Son of God is in perfect faith, trust in His Father and He is in joy with the Father…opening the paths of life.

 

Ephesians 1-18 May God enlighten the eyes of your heart, that you may know the hope of his calling, the riches of the glory of his inheritance which he reserves for the saints, 19 and is towards us who believe the infinite greatness of his power, manifesting itself effectively by the virtue of his strength. 20 He displayed it in Christ, raising him from the dead, and seated him at his right hand in the heavenly places, 21 above all dominion, and all authority, and all power, and all dignity, and every name that can be named, not only in the present century, but also in the century to come. 22 He has put all things under his feet, and made him head over all things to the church, 23 which is his body, the fullness of him who fills all in all.

The bonds of death could not hold him, no sentence of death had been pronounced against him, for the spirit of Jesus was without sin. The devil had nothing in him – John 14-30.

 

How dare to write that Jesus was in joy:        (written on 05/3/2024)

  • In Gethsemane in anguish and tears during his instant prayers... Hebrews 5-7?
  • At Golgotha ​​in the sufferings of the cross...?

Here is my question again this morning 05/3/2024 to my Heavenly Father, and his answer: “Read 1 Peter 1”

1 Peter 1-3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who, according to his great mercy, has born us again (has regenerated us) to a living hope, through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead,

Resurrection of Jesus-Christ = Resurrection of the Head and Body = Instant of Our regeneration = 2nd Creation, which will continue for 2000 years of the history of the Church until the final moment of the 3rd Creation (Ascension of the Saints)

4 for an inheritance which cannot be corrupted, nor defiled, nor faded, which is reserved for you in heaven, 5 who by the power of God are kept by faith unto salvation ready to be revealed in the last days. time ! 6 In this you rejoice, although now, because it is necessary, you are grieved for a little while by various trials, 7 so that the testing of your faith, more precious than the perishable gold which however tested by fire, may result in praise and glory and honor, when Jesus Christ appears, 8 whom you love and have not seen, and believe in but have not yet seen, rejoicing in an inexpressible and glorious joy, 9 because you will obtain the salvation of your souls as the price of your faith.

Ineffable and glorious joy of Eklesia in the sorrows of the trials of faith because of the hope of salvation, like Her Lord.

10 The prophets, who prophesied concerning the grace that was reserved for you, made this salvation the object of their research and investigation, 11 wanting to fathom the times and circumstances marked by the Spirit of Christ who was in them, and who testified in advance the sufferings of Christ and the glory which would follow them. 12 It was revealed to them that it was not for themselves, but for you, that they were the stewards (distributors) of these things, which they now preached to you who preached the gospel to you through the Holy Spirit sent from heaven, and into which the angels desire to look.

13 Therefore gird up the loins of your mind, and be sober, and have full hope in the grace that will come to you when Jesus Christ appears. 14 As obedient children, do not follow the lusts that you formerly had when you were ignorant. 15 But since he who called you is holy, you also be holy in all your conduct, 16 as it is written: You shall be holy, for I am holy.

17 And if you call on him as Father who judges according to each man's work, regardless of persons, conduct yourselves with fear during the time of your pilgrimage, 18 knowing that it is not by things that perish, but by silver or gold, that you have been redeemed from the vain way of life which you inherited from your fathers, 19 but by the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot, 20 predestined before the foundation of the world, and manifested at the end of the age, for your sake, 21 who through him believe in God, who raised him from the dead and gave him glory, so that your faith and hope may rest on God.

22 Having purified your souls by obeying the truth to sincere brotherly love, love one another earnestly with all your heart, 23 since you have been born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible seed, by the living and abiding word of God.

The Goal of God is CHRIST the new Family of which you are part through Jesus, raised to perfection by the things She suffered – Hebrews 5-7 to 9

 

 

Jesus, in his weakness as a man, was put to death on a cross, his body was murdered, to pay the just price that the punishment for our disobedience towards God and our crimes against our neighbor deserved,

The pure soul of Jesus was surrounded and defiled by our sin. He was made sin for us - 2 Corinthians 5-21, Jesus was assimilated to sin, he was inseparable from sin in the eyes of God. His soul knew the horror of sin, as ours sometimes knows with astonishment the darkest thoughts and feelings, thoughts and feelings sent by the tempter and diabolical seducer and inherited from our fathers, thoughts assimilable sometimes to those of the greatest criminal and the greatest sinner.

The soul of Jesus totally locked up his Spirit in the bonds of sin, it "put him in a bush" in the thorns of sin (see Appendix 12), he was like the spirit of the sinner who is retained in death in a well living soul and body, but unlike everyone else, when he descended into hades, the Spirit of Jesus could not to be held by death which had no access to him.

His Spirit remained pure, holy, full of the life of God, full of total trust in God (He had given his spirit into the hands of His Father before expiring – Luke 23-46), of perfect communion with His Father, His Spirit descended into the depths of hades (not hell)

And …

In contact with the fire of God's judgment that He suffered for all, his soul annihilated by the horror of sin, condemned by the irrevocable Law of God, put to death, his soul was "opened, dislocated" and...

Released his life-giving Spirit… The dead seed released the life-giving germ of life.

John 12-24 Truly, truly, I say to you, unless the grain of wheat that falls into the ground dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.

The soul of Jesus, destroyed by the sin which pierced it on all sides,

The soul of Jesus released the true, spiritual, indestructible life of the Son of God.

 

Then it happened…

The unsuspected for man, that which had never entered the heart of man,

Jesus did a work that is beyond our limited understanding...

The justice of the law which proclaimed the death of the guilty was fully satisfied by this substitutionary death in place of all men included in Adam during his disobedience,

Sin having been overcome in this man perfectly obedient to God,

God’s law being perfectly satisfied by this accomplished man,

Death was disarmed, it could not hold this perfect man...

(See Chapter 12 and Frédéric GODET, in his book “The Work of Jesus Christ”)

Not only was the punishment of sin suffered, but it was with the complete adherence of the one who suffered it. And divine justice was able to accept with full satisfaction this remedial homage which was offered to him by one in the name of all.

Jesus looked directly at the two tyrants who oppressed him and whose domination seemed to be an integral part of the existence of this race: sin and death.

And he dared to say: This sinful and dying being is not the man whom God has willed and wants. God reigns! Let sin perish, let death follow. May holiness and incorruptibility, these two features of the divine work, shine on this earth which God created for the manifestation of his glory!

And this great thought, born in his heart, he adopted it, cultivated it.

This task he made that of his life; He did not shrink from the apparent impossibility of his accomplishment. In order to carry out the work which he alone dared conceive, he did not begin with some great plan of social reform.

He began by working on himself; He performed the good in the humble sphere of his personal existence, in that which immediately embraced his moral conscience.

There he struggled with the first enemy, sin, and he defeated him. He refused him the slightest foothold in his heart and in his life, and he made the holy will of God the absolute master of his existence.

This first victory won, he found himself in front of the second enemy, death. This adversary seemed still more invincible; For death is not, like sin, a free determination of the human will; It is a law which seems to weigh inevitably upon humanity and which envelops nature itself.

However, at this terrifying sight, the courage of the divine hero did not fail. He looked down at the dark tyrant, and, in the light of God, he understood that this was only a ghost, which the word of grace coming down from heaven would faint.

He has recognized the result of a condemnation in the death inflicted on man; And he boldly concluded that, once condemned, the throne of death would collapse.

This condemnation rested on two facts: the sin that provoked it and the law that pronounced it.

He had conquered sin in himself, and reserved himself to overcome it in humanity. Already in this world he had kindled a home of absolute holiness, and he saw all those who seek light and who make the truth gather around this celestial fire.

But the law? It is a divine manifestation. It is not treated as sin is treated; It cannot be destroyed; all that can be done is to disarm it; and this can only be achieved by satisfying all its just demands.

Here is how this man managed to defeat the law.

He had offered her in her life the perfect obedience she demanded; He offered her in his death the reparation required by the transgressions of his violators.

By this he has put on his side the righteousness of God, which until now was against us. And as God had pronounced on the guilty persons a condemnation which was their death, Jesus required him to implement by his sacrifice the pronounciation on the believers an absolution which will be their life.

Sin once overcome, the law thus satisfied, the two foundations of the power of death have been undermined, and his throne has collapsed.

In the resurrection of Jesus Christ burst forth for the first time the victory which had just been won over this enemy. And this first prey torn from the tyrant is the pledge of the deliverance and future resurrection of all justified humanity.

The glorified Church will be the magnificent harvest of which the resurrected Jesus was the first fruits. The complete incorruptibility, moral and physical, will crown the work which the heroic love of Jesus dared to conceive and succeeded in executing.

 

Then the grace of life was released and the Spirit gave life to this dead body and thereby to this soul,

Genesis 2-7 The LORD God formed man from the dust of the earth, and breathed into his nostrils the breath (spirit) of life, and man became a living being (literally: a living soul).

 

Death having found nothing in the Man Jesus which could retain him within itself,

She found herself stripped, defeated before a pure and spotless Jesus-Spirit,

A life-giving Spirit who proclaimed the Glory of God and His Victory over all his enemies.

 

SO…

Such a powerful proclamation of faith made by the life-giving spirit of Jesus was released upon all the spirits that had until then remained locked in the darkness of ignorance and rejection of the Truth, in souls defiled and lost forever, these spirits were indeed dead, following the Word of God received by Adam, the first man: You shall not eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for in the day that you eat of it you will die – Genesis 2-7

 

Jesus cried out:

"Everything is accomplished,

Paid, redeemed, restored,

Released, delivered, emancipated, claimed,

Generated, carried, known, suffered, accepted…

The price has been paid, squeezed, shaken and overflowed:

 

For all the fallen Adamic race

And for all enslaved animal races.”

 

Ecclesiastes 12-7 The dust returns to the earth, as it was there, and the spirit returns to God who gave it.

Romans 10-6 This is what the righteousness of faith speaks: Do not say in your heart, Who will ascend to heaven? it is to bring down Christ; 7 or: Who will descend into the abyss? it is to raise Christ from the dead.

Ephesians 1-8 according to the riches of his grace, which God has poured out on us abundantly in all wisdom and understanding, 9 making known to us the mystery of his will, according to the good purpose which he had formed in himself even, 10 to put it into execution when the times were fulfilled,

Bringing all things together in Christ, what is in heaven and what is on earth.

Revelation 5-9/10 You have redeemed for God by Your Blood (men, the word "men" is not in the original Greek text) from every tribe, [φυλῆς (phylēs) translates as "Race" with ς at the end like here and translates "Tribe" if with a σ at the end (but not in the text here); The root φυλῆ translates: race · nation · people · animal/human race · tribe, see https://fr.glosbe.com. This includes the All (Panta) (All that is of the heavens and that is of the earth) according to Ephesians 1-10], of every language, of every people, and of every nation; 10 You have made them a kingdom and priests to our God, and they will reign on the earth.

 

Then The Creative Word brought forth what it said:

Ezekiel 37-9 Prophesy, and speak in the spirit! prophesy, son of man, and say to the Spirit: Thus says the Lord GOD: Spirit, come from the four winds, and breathe on these dead, that they may live again. 10 I prophesied as he commanded me. And the spirit entered into them, and they came to life, and they stood on their feet: it was a great army, very numerous.

Acts 2-22 Men of Israel, listen to these words! Jesus of Nazareth, this man to whom God bore witness before you by the miracles, the wonders and the signs which he wrought through him among you, as you yourselves know; 23 This man, delivered up according to the appointed plan and foreknowledge of God, you have crucified him, you have put to death by the hand of the wicked. 24 God raised him from the bonds of death, because it was not possible for him to be held by it. 25 For David said of him, I saw the Lord always before me, because he is at my right hand, that I should not be moved. 26 Also my heart is glad, and my tongue is glad; And even my flesh will rest in hope, 27 For you will not abandon my soul to hell, Nor will you allow your Holy One to see corruption. 28 You have shown me the paths of life, You will fill me with joy through your presence.

John 1-1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 She was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made through her, and without her was nothing made that was made. 4 In her was life, and the life was the light of men.

 

79-4 The example of the pine cone and… the spirits in prison (see Chapter 78-A4)

In case of high ambient humidity, the scales of the pine cone absorb water from the air. The exterior face then begins to swell; it swells and the pine cone closes: the seeds are protected from humidity and cold. But, “cook” the pine cone in the oven for an hour, the heat will open the pine cone and kill the bacteria and insects found there. The heat will open the cone scales and make it easier to collect the seeds (otherwise the scales are very tightly closed).

Likewise a spirit in prison is locked in a soul soaked in the corrupt and seductive ambient state of mind, by the devil, the enemy of souls, but in contact with the fire of the life-giving Spirit of Jesus, who alone is descended pure and life-giving into hades, the imprisoned spirits were opened to the good news so that they could live according to God in the Spirit. This is what the Word of God affirms, full of mysteries for the natural man.

 

79-5 The Word of God fulfilled what was prophesied from the 1st verse of the Bible: See Chapter 76-19

Genesis 1-1 in Hebrews (read from right to left)

 

But the letters follow each other in the original Hebrew with no space between the words (and without the small signs added by men to simulate certain vowels and help pronunciation and "understanding" of the text), as below, from left to right now:

B   R   A   S     I     T   B   R  A  A  L  H  M  A   T   H   S    M   I    M  V  A   T   H A  R    X

In the beginning      created GOD           and    the heavens         and       the earth.

So we can already notice 2 repetitions in this first verse: BRA - BRA and AT – AT ,

Foreshadowing and announcing The Plan, The Intention of God for his earthly creation.

As if GOD created twice, 2 different worlds: The heavens (the invisible), the earth (the visible)

To the first BRA (created) it is added SIT: שִׁ֖ית

שִׁ֖ית verb: To put, To place, and also common name: Clothing [comes from שִׁית (shiyth, 07896), 2 times in the bible]

Are we to understand that in God's mind, the first world (invisible) is "clothed" while the second world (visible) "is not clothed".

God qualifies all of his creation as "very good"

Genesis 1-31 God saw all that he had done and, behold, it was very good. So there was evening, and there was morning, the sixth day.

But one can wonder, knowing The Will of God which is Good, Pleasant and Perfect (Romain 12-2), if the creation must still take the qualifier of "perfection".

The second world (visible) which "is not clothed", is it still in the making?

Is he still in the process of dressing… the character of the celestial?

Has God from the beginning, The Purpose to create in 2 stages, to make the second (visible) world go to the stage of perfection, from celestial in 2 times?

YES, this is what JESUS gave birth to in his pain,

This is what God did in the death of Jesus, He made Jesus the first born from the dead.

Jesus is the first man to have put on the Glory of the Heavenly, Jesus is the first man to have put on the Glory of God announced in his Divine Plan from the beginning.

And this plan could only take place in 3 stages: 3 days and 3 nights...

 

79-6 It will take 3 times: one night followed by a morning = one day, one time…

For the grandiose accomplishment of the divine Plan, this being already recorded in the history of humanity...

1) 1st Creation : of the man Adam, by the Son, fall-disobedience, with promise of redemption-salvation,

  • Night with fallen man, perverted and subjected to sin and death, then announcement by the prophets of the Messiah and finally
  • Day at the birth of the Savior: 1st day: 1st time;

2) 2nd Creation : of the second Adam, by the Father, Birth of Jesus, the Head of the second Adam,

  • Night with the man of sorrows, accustomed to suffering, atoning death on the cross, then in the tomb, the womb of the earth, with his soul annihilated in hell, and finally
  • Day in birth – the resurrection of the Savior from the dead,: 2nd day: 2nd time;

3) 3rd Creation : of Eklesia, by the Holy Spirit, the Body of the second Adam, Birth of Eklesia,

  • Night with the Body of Pain, walking in suffering as He Himself walked, for 60 times the time of Jesus the divine model and finally
  • Day in the Transformation - Resurrection - Removal of Eklesia from the dead,: 3rd day: 3rd time.

 

 

Colossians 2-6 Therefore, just as you have received the Lord Jesus Christ, walk in him, 7 being rooted and established in him and established by faith,

1 John 2-6 He who says he abides in him must also walk as he himself walked.

 

Here then is the Mystery that The Lamb of God-The Heavenly Father-The Holy Spirit,

Have generated by creating the world in their Eternal Wisdom:

A Beautiful Heavenly Bride in every way similar to The Lamb,

In His perfect Likeness, Eklesia is The Radiance of His Glory.

 

The whole Creation longs for the revelation of the Sons of God

It also has within it a destiny of glory that it impatiently awaits.

 

Jesus is the slain Lamb who, before the foundation of the world, by an eternal Spirit, offered himself without blemish to God – Hebrews 9-14; Revelation 5-6.

Romans 8-19 Therefore creation awaits with ardent desire the revelation of the sons of God. 20 For the creation was subjected to vanity, not of its own will, but because of him who subjected it, in hope 21 that it also will be freed from the bondage of corruption, to have a share in the freedom of the glory of the children of God. 22 But we know that to this day the whole creation groans and suffers the pains of childbirth. 23 And it is not she alone; but we also, who have the firstfruits of the Spirit, we also groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, the redemption of our body.

 

It will take 3 times: one night followed by one morning = one day, so 3 nights and 3 days

For the Son in the bosom of the earth, before the resurrection and the grandiose accomplishment of the divine Plan,

  1. Death of the body, Divine Legal Visible Punishment suffered, on earth,
  2. Death of the soul, Invisible Divine Legal Punishment suffered, under the earth,
  3. Liberation of the Spirit, Total Satisfaction of Divine Justice, Our Justification, in heaven,

Invigorating Spirit => Life of the soul, Life of the body: Resurrection - Birth of the New Man

 

Like the 3 stages of the Exodus from Egypt,

  1. Exit of Egypt of the people of God, Visible Divine Punishment suffered by Egypt, on the earth,
  2. Passage of the red sea, Invisible Legal Divine Punishment suffered by the army of Egypt, under the sea,
  3. Liberation of the Hebrews, freedom from slavery of the people of God, in heaven,

 

Jesus thus freed certain chosen spirits of God, Jesus transformed them into his likeness, into His Bride Eklésia, made in every way similar to Him.

For other spirits, coming from God (sparks of God) Jesus separated them from the dust of the earth and the souls in which they were enclosed, so that they would return to God and finally live according to God.

 

79-7 All this Mysterious Divine Plan is managed by The Divine Master of Time: See Chapter 76-19

The date of the Resurrection of Eklesia

Knowing therefore the Glorious Purpose of God for His earthly Creation,

Now let's look at what the numerical values of the letters tell us,

Is God's Purpose also inscribed in these numerical values?

 

To be "perfect, fulfilled", the visible world “the earth” must still be "clothed":

                                    H A   R    X     +    S     I     T      

                                    5 1 200 900  +  300 10 400  =  1106 + 710 = 1816

It will be a second creation in the blink of an eye, out of time:

                                    B   R   A   

                                    2 200 1 = 203          = =>           1816 + 203 = 2019

The visible world will have to undergo 2 creations to be “accomplished”,

This new world will also begin again with the letter: B = 2   = =>  2 + 2019 = 2021

It is as if God had specified the completion time of the 2nd creation from the start:

                               The earth     +    clothing     +  created  + b

                                     H A   R    X     +    S     I     T      +   B   R   A   +   B

                                     5 1 200 900  +  300 10 400   +    2 200 1   +   2  =  2021

As God planned this 2nd creation for everybody, He has written it down in a calendar that all understand.

As God made clear The Fulfillment of Christ His Destiny in The Name of Christo expressed in the dative:

                                      at the end of the 2020th year, (+ wink = 2021),

                                      will it be November 8, 2023?

                                      2020 years after the birth of Christ in the child Jesus at 7.8 years old?

 

The B starting the new sentence (see note below), we obtain the Google translation :

    (In the land you lived in creation)

We will be aware of our elevation as a creature to the rank of Son of God obtained by Jesus Christ.

Revelation 21-3 God himself will be with them as their God. 4 He will wipe away from them every tear from their eyes. Death will be no more; neither will there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain, anymore. The first things have passed away."

 

This new creation in Christ will still bear the mark of freedom, of free will,

obedience and possible disobedience to God, BUT ... the whole difference is there ...

 

What is unshakeable in The Sight of The Heavenly Father?

The obedience of His Son Jesus.

On what mystery will the Kingdom of God rest?

Jesus Christ with all things gathered in Him,

because fascinated by the One who manifested all The Father’s Love

 

 

79-8 The Son of Man following the example of Jonah (Written on 11/12/2023 between 10 and 12 p.m.)

Matthew 12-39 A wicked and adulterous generation demands a miracle; no other miracle will be given to him than that of the prophet Jonah. 40 For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a great fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.

Does the womb of the earth correspond only to the tomb? or to the depths of the earth?

Jonah 1-17 The LORD brought a great fish to swallow Jonah, and Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights.

Jonah 2- 1 Jonah prayed to the LORD his God in the belly of the fish.

2 He said, In my distress I called upon the LORD, and he heard me; From the bosom (mib·be·ṭen) of hell - Sheol (šə·’ō·wl)1 I cried, And you heard my voice.

3 You threw me into the abyss (mə·ṣū·lāh)2, into the heart (bil·ḇaḇ)3 of the sea (yam·mîm), And the currents of water surrounded me; All your waves and all your waves have passed over me.

4 I said: I am driven from your sight! But I will still see your holy temple.

5 The waters have covered me to the point of taking my life, The deep (ṯə·hō·wm)4 has enveloped me, The reeds have surrounded my head.

6 I descended to the roots (lə·qiṣ·ḇê)5 of the mountains (hā·rîm), The bars (bə·rî·ḥe·hā)6 of the earth (hā·'ā·reṣ) enclosed me forever ; But you have brought me up alive from the pit (miš·ša·ḥaṯ)7, O LORD my God!

7 When my soul was cast down within me, I remembered the LORD, and my prayer reached you, in your holy temple.

8 Those who hold on to vain idols Keep mercy far from them.

9 But I will offer sacrifices to you with a cry of thanksgiving, I will fulfill my vows: Salvation is from the LORD.

10 The LORD spoke to the fish, and the fish vomited Jonah onto the earth.

 

So Jonah in the belly of the fish descended into the depths of the sea and the earth,

In 7 places that he names differently from each other, and this for 3 days and 3 nights.

Likewise, most certainly the Son of man Jesus descended into the depths of the sea and the earth, in these 7 places, the place of residence of souls awaiting resurrection and judgment.

The flood waves swallowed up countless beings in the sediments and depths of the sea. The mountains rose during the flood, also dragging down many trapped souls in their roots and these upheavals.

The invigorating and free spirit of Jesus therefore traveled through these various places, in 3 days and 3 nights, tirelessly proclaiming and freeing the imprisoned spirits so that they could return to God :

 

"Everything is accomplished,

Paid, redeemed, restored,

Released, delivered, emancipated, claimed,

Generated, carried, known, suffered, accepted…

The price has been paid, squeezed, shaken and overflowed:

 

For all the fallen Adamic race

And for all enslaved animal races.”

 

  

79-9 The 3 days of Nehemiah and the 3 days of Jesus Written on 12/30/2023.

Nehemiah 2 -11 I came to Jerusalem, and spent three days there. 12 After this I rose up during the night with some men, without telling anyone what my God had put in my heart to do for Jerusalem. There was no beast of burden with me other than my own mount. 13 I went out by night through the valley gate, and went to the dragon's spring and to the dunghill gate, looking at the ruined walls of Jerusalem and considering its gates consumed by fire. 14 I passed by the spring gate and the king's pool, and there was no place through which the beast that was under me could pass. 15 I went up by night through the stream (or valley), and looked again at the wall. Then I returned by the valley gate, and so I was back. 16 The magistrates did not know where I had gone, or what I was doing. Until this time I had said nothing to the Jews, nor to the priests, nor to the nobles, nor to the magistrates, nor to any of those who were in charge of affairs.

17 Then I said to them: You see the unfortunate state we are in! Jerusalem is destroyed, and its gates are consumed by fire! Come, let us rebuild the wall of Jerusalem, and we will no longer be ashamed. 18 And I told them how the good hand of my God had been upon me, and what words the king had spoken to me. They said: Let us arise and build! And they strengthened themselves in this good resolution.

Nehemiah visits the destroyed walls of Jerusalem only on the last night, and seems to visit 2 symbolic places:

  • The place of dung via its door and having as its origin the source of the dragon – The place of putrefaction, of rot caused by the dragon,
  • The King's pond (pool) via the spring gate (fountain) – The place of royal life generated by the source of life Jesus.

=> 1 quick overnight visit and only 1 observation: Everything is destroyed and must be rebuilt

For Jesus this perfectly symbolizes the 2 main places that he will visit during the 3 days and 3 nights in the heart of the earth:

  • Sheol: where spirits are locked in souls corrupted by the devil, all these spirits remaining until then locked in the darkness of ignorance and rejection of the Truth, in souls defiled and lost forever,
  • The Bosom of Abraham: the place of peace resulting from the faith of Abraham believing in his Perfect Friend, His God.

=> 1 Visit of 3 days and 3 nights and the solution is provided after the same observation: Everything is dead and is freed from death by the proclamation of victory of the Son of God.

    • Captive spirits are released and return to God; corrupted souls, thus stripped of the seed of life which “slept” in each of them, are awaiting their judgment.
    • The souls purified by the Sacrifice, deposited by the angels in the bosom of Abraham, are transported until the death of Jesus into Paradise and peacefully await the resurrection of the Saints.

Luke 23-42 And he said to Jesus: Remember me, when you come in your kingdom. 43 Jesus answered him, Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in paradise.

If God is entirely satisfied with the Sacrifice offered by His Son from the moment he expires on the cross, if He immediately tears the veil of the temple from top to bottom, allowing access into his presence to a multitude of Saints passing from Bosom of Abraham in the divine Paradise, and if He resurrects several bodies of saints in Jerusalem by breaking the rocks of the tombs; thus confirming the “Today you will be with me in paradise” proclaimed with faith by Jesus to the repentant thief.

So we can assume that Jesus ends his ministry as he began it, by caring primarily for the little ones:

    • He spends a brief time in his last night (like Nehemiah) visiting Sheol and freeing the captive spirits,
    • He spends most of the 3 days and 3 nights visiting the burial places of animals scattered throughout the earth as Jonah visited them, in order to proclaim the victory of God: The hope of the freedom of the glory of the children of God for all of God's creation.

Thus it was during the 40 days in the desert, pushed by the Holy Spirit, the first test of faith, confronted with doubt in the face of the immensity of the task but which Jesus carried out with zeal, even forgetting to eating, ending with the final temptation by the devil himself, on the last day. See Chapters 76-23 and 79-9

    • 39/40th of his time visiting the little ones: 70.2h / 72h = 70h and 12mn
    • 1/40th of his time visiting Sheol:  1.8h / 72h = 1h and 48 mins

 

 

79-10 Calculation of 3 days and 3 nights - Resolution of the day of the crucifixion of Jesus (written on April 6-7, 2024)

3 days were considered in Christianity for the day of the crucifixion: Wednesday, Thursday or Friday.

In this book I opted until April 6, 2024 for Wednesday, a priori thinking that Jesus had stayed 3 days and 3 nights of 24 hours = 72 hours in the tomb. I took this question to the Lord, and looked it up on the internet. Many have their detailed opinion, but often the verses cited in the table below are not taken into account.

Remarks :

  • The 3 days and 3 nights begin from the death of Jesus at 3 p.m. or from the burial in the heart of the earth as Jesus specified in Matthew 12-40. As specified above in paragraph 79-3:

Jesus, in his weakness as a man, was put to death on a cross, his body was murdered, to pay the just price that the punishment for our disobedience towards God and our crimes against our neighbor deserved,

The pure soul of Jesus was surrounded and defiled by our sin. He was made sin for us - 2 Corinthians 5-21, Jesus was assimilated to sin, he was inseparable from sin in the eyes of God. His soul knew the horror of sin.

The soul of Jesus totally locked up his Spirit in the bonds of sin, it "put him in a bush" in the thorns of sin (see Appendix 12), he was like the spirit of the sinner who died in a soul and a very living body, but unlike everyone else, the Spirit of Jesus was not dead when he descended into hades in the heart of the earth as soon as it expires.

His Spirit remained pure, holy, full of the life of God, full of total trust in God (He had given his spirit into the hands of His Father before expiring – Luke 23-46), of perfect communion with His Father, His Spirit descended into the depths of hades (not hell)

And …

In contact with the fire of God's judgment that He suffered for all, his soul annihilated by the horror of sin, condemned by the irrevocable Law of God, put to death, his soul was "opened, dislocated" and...

Released his life-giving Spirit… The dead seed released the life-giving germ of life…

  • 1 portion of day can be considered as 1 day in Jewish thought, 1 day is not necessarily 12 hours, the same for a portion of night. According to the Talmud, any part of a day is equivalent to its whole.

Esther 4-16 "go and gather all the Jews who are in Susa, fast for me without eating or drinking for three days (24 hours a day), I too will fast in the same way with my young servants. In these conditions I will go to the king despite the law, and if it is for my ruin, I will perish!”

Esther 5-1 "when the third day was come Esther, clothed in the regalia of royalty, presented herself, etc."

  • On the other hand, it is difficult to assimilate a "few minutes" of night around 3 p.m. as a night, between the expiration of Jesus and the return of daylight, as some defenders of Friday seem to consider, and moreover consider these "few minutes" of night, for Jesus still on the cross, as having passed in the bosom of the earth. This Friday hypothesis cannot satisfy the fact that Jesus had to expire and die between the 2 "evenings" according to Exodus 12-6, between the darkness spread over the entire earth exceptionally from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and nightfall at 6 p.m.

 

Correction of Chapter 47c

According to Exodus 12-1/11 The easter Lamb was eaten on the night of the 14th to the 15th of the month of Nisan, at the time of the full moon of the month. This month was the 1st month of the year for the Jews. The one where day and night are of equal duration.

On the Stellarium by going back in time we can determine this day: March 18 of the year 29, day and night are of equal duration = 14 Nissan (Jewish calendar)

In Exodus 12-1/11 the easter Lamb was killed between the 2 evenings (between sunset and the end of twilight) then the lamb was eaten on the same night from the 14th to the 15th of the month of Nisan, and finally the departure from Egypt took place on the morning of Nisan 15 (Passage from slavery to freedom: Easter).

For Jesus, the Lamb of God, 3 days and 3 nights separate these 2 events: The Crucifixion and death with the Resurrection / Easter Passage.

Jesus died between the two evenings, between the darkness spread over the entire earth exceptionally from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and nightfall at 6 p.m. It was a time of daylight for Jesus.

A time whose fulfillment illuminates the prophecy of Exodus 12-6 with a dazzling light.

See Chapter 16-13r:

3 hours of darkness until 3 p.m., it is still dark and at the ninth hour, Jesus cried out with a loud voice: Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani? which means: My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?

Then the day, the light then appears again, it is God's response to the cry of His Son Jesus,

Some of those who were there, hearing it, said, Behold, he calls Elijah.

Jesus, who knew that everything was already finished, said, so that the Scripture might be fulfilled: I am thirsty.

There was a vase full of vinegar there. The soldiers filled a sponge with it,

and having fixed it to a branch of hyssop, they brought it near to his mouth.

But the others said: Leave, let's see if Elijah will come to save him.

When Jesus had taken the vinegar, he said, It is finished. And, bowing his head, he gave up the ghost.

Jesus cried out with a loud voice: Father, into your hands I commit my spirit. And, saying these words, he expired.

Jesus therefore surely expires in the light,

It is the promise of victory of life, and of resurrection.

 

Nissan 14 = Thursday March 18 of the year 29 is therefore the day of the Crucifixion

The 17th of Nissan is therefore Easter Sunday between March 20 and 21 of the year 29

 

(Thursday March 18, 29 and Thursday March 18, 34 ó Thursday March 18, 2027 and Thursday March 18, 2032

Thursday March 18 or 25, 34: See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgfcN70IfMo at 3mn40s)

 

Death on Easter of the year 29, Thursday March 18 of the year 29 = 14 Nissan, the moment when day and night are of equal duration, at the time of the full moon of the month.

On the Stellarium, going back in time one can determine this day: Thursday March 18 of the year 29 = 14 Nissan

 

Entombment and Resurrection of Jesus: after 3 nights and 3 days

1. Wednesday 13 Nisan: Easter meal of Jesus with the disciples

Matthew 26-17 On the first day of unleavened bread the disciples came to Jesus, saying, Where do you want us to prepare the Passover meal for you?

2. Thursday 14 Nisan: Jesus is crucified at 9 a.m., He dies at 3 p.m. and is buried after 6 p.m.

John 19-31 Fearing that the bodies would remain on the cross during the Sabbath - for it was the preparation, and this Sabbath day was a high day - the Jews asked Pilate to break the legs of the crucified, and that they be removed.

Mark 15-42 When evening came, as it was the preparation, that is, on the eve of the Sabbath, 43 Joseph of Arimathea, a distinguished counselor, who also himself was waiting for the kingdom of God, came . He dared to go to Pilate, to ask for the body of Jesus... 47 Mary Magdalene, and Mary, mother of Joses, watched where he was put.

Luke 23-54 It was the day of preparation, and the Sabbath was about to begin. 55 The women who had come with Jesus from Galilee accompanied Joseph and saw the tomb and how the body of Jesus was placed there. 56 Returning, they prepared spices and perfumes. Then they rested on the Sabbath day, according to the law.

Matthew 27-57,58 When evening came, Joseph of Arimathea... dared to go to Pilate, to ask for the body of Jesus... 61 Mary Magdalene and the other Mary were there, sitting opposite the tomb.

Mark 16-1 When the Sabbath was over, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome bought spices to go and embalm Jesus (Did this take place between the 2 Sabbaths? Or rather on Sunday morning? Difficult for Mary Magdalene who goes to the tomb in the morning, as it is still dark - John 20-1. This verse from Mark 16-1 therefore remains an enigma to be solved, unless the women go together to buy spices and Mary Magdalene goes directly to the tomb.)

3. Friday 15 Nissan: High Sabbath Day, no work should be done. Rest for all the people.

Matthew 27-62 The next day, which was the day after the preparation, the chief priests and the Pharisees came together to Pilate, 63 and said, Lord, we remember that this deceiver said while he was still alive: After three days I will rise again. 64 Command therefore that the tomb be guarded until the third day, that his disciples may not come and steal the body,

4. Saturday 16 Nissan: Weekly Sabbath Day

Resurrection of Jesus after sunset on Saturday evening between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. See Chapter 76-13r and 13t

5. Sunday 17 Nissan: The women go to the tomb early in the morning (while it is still dark) and notice that the tomb is empty.

Matthew 28-1 After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to see the tomb.

Mark 16-2 On the first day of the week they went to the tomb early in the morning, just as the sun had just risen.

 

* Note :

resurrection on Saturday evening is not at odds with Mark 16-9 Jesus, being resurrected the morning of the first day of the week, first appeared to Mary Magdalene, from whom he had cast out seven demons.

      Indeed, here is the original text in Greek: