JESUS’ LAST WEEK

CHRONOLOGY OF JESUS CHRIST’S LAST WEEK

 

      Wednesday

14 Nisan

        Thursday

15 Nisan

 

          Friday

16 Nisan

        Saturday

17 Nisan

         Sunday

18 Nisan

 

         

 

   Night

of

Betrayal

  ^   Night #1    Day

#1

Night #2    Day

#2

Night #3    Day

#3

Didn’t Spend Night Here  

 

  Sunrise     Sunrise     Sunrise     Sunrise     Sunrise  

 

      Sunset     Sunset     Sunset     Sunset      

 

                                                     MATTHEW 12:40

For as Jonas was 3 DAYS and 3 NIGHTS in the whale’s belly; so shall the Son of man be 3 DAYS and 3 NIGHTS in the heart of the earth

     

 

 

To prove this chronology (I Thessalonians 5:21), observe:

  1. Matthew 12:40
  2. Matthew 27:57-61
  3. Matthew 12:40 (Gone before)
  4. Mark 15:42-47 (Sunrise on)
  5. Luke 23:50-56 (Sunday!)
  6. John 19:38-42
  7. John 20:1

 

Friday 9 Nisan

Before sunset Jesus comes to Bethany: It is 6 days before Passover.  John 12:1

Saturday 10 Nisan

By gentile reckoning it is Friday evening: just after sunset.  Jesus is anointed for the first time. The Passover lamb is set aside.

John 12:2-9; Exodus 12:3

Sunday 11 Nisan

Jesus’ Triumphal entry into Jerusalem.  John 12:12-19; Mark 11:1-11; Matthew 21:1-11; Luke 19:28-40

Monday 12 Nisan

Jesus curses fig tree. Mark 11:12-19; Matthew 21:17-22 (covers Nisan 12th and 13th)

Tuesday 13 Nisan

Fig tree withered; Second anointing; Last supper (last supper by Jewish reckoning is already Wednesday, the day of preparation because it’s after sunset) Mark 11:20; Mark 14:1-9; Matthew 26:1-13; Mark 14:10-25; Matthew 26:14-29

Luke 22:1-23; John 13:1-4

Wednesday 14 Nisan

Day of preparation

Jesus Christ condemned 6 am – 9 am

Jesus Christ crucified 9 am – 3 pm

Jesus Christ removed from the cross just before 6 pm (sunset) and placed in tomb.

Mark 15:1-47; Luke 22:66-23:56; John 18:27-19:42; Matthew 26:57-27:61; Exodus 12:6; I Corinthians 5:7-8

Thursday 15 Nisan

Beginning at sunset Wednesday night, the first day of unleavened bread, Jesus Christ is in the tomb.

 

Remember:

  1. Feast of unleavened bread is called the Passover, Luke 22:1
  2. Each feast begins with a “holy convocation”, or “Sabbath”, or “high day”, which is not to be confused with the normal weekly Sabbath which is Saturday.

Exodus 12:16

Leviticus 23:7

John 19:31 was not Saturday, but the first day of the feast!

Thursday, 15 Nisan Matthew 27:62-66

 

Friday 16 Nisan

Jesus in tomb

Saturday 17 Nisan

Weekly Sabbath of rest, Jesus Christ is in the tomb until at least 6 pm (which is sunset).

Sunday 18 Nisan

  1. First day of the week beginning by Jewish reckoning at sunset {6 pm} Saturday.
  2. Resurrection occurs between 6 pm Saturday evening and 6 am Sunday morning.
  3. Most likely, resurrection occurred shortly after 6 pm Saturday night on the Gentile Time-Clock, or the very beginning of the first day of the Week (Sunday), on the Jewish Time-Clock [see chart]

Matthew 28

Mark 16

Luke 24

John 20 (particularly John 20:1)

 

Note:

Contrast these 4 accounts VERY CAREFULLY: There are two trips made to the tomb by Mary Magdelene. According to John 20:1, “It was yet dark”, and notice that the tomb is ALREADY empty!

Good Friday is a hoax! There is no possible way to reconcile “3 days AND 3 nights in the heart of the earth” (Matthew 12:40) with a Friday crucifixion as illustrated above!

Remember that according to the Jews calendar, by the way, “the first day of the week” {Sunday} begins at sunset Saturday evening, so Jesus could rise anytime from sunset Saturday on, which would be the “first day of the week.”

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