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The Good Friday -Easter Sunday -Holy Week Conspiracy

Every year around this time I can tell Easter is upon us by simply watching TV or going to the grocery store and viewing all the Easter sales going on. This year I haven’t been out much, but I knew it was coming by going grocery shopping, but I did not know the date. When I learned Good Friday and Easter Sunday (or as some people call it, Resurrection Sunday) fell in the same week as the Passover and festival of Unleavened Bread; I made ready to compare the two. The question that you need to ask yourself is which Holy Week are you for.

The early church council distorted much of pure Christianity, by introducing many pagan rituals that Christians still practice to this very day. They did this by allowing many pagan and idol worshipers into the church who brought with them their own pagan gods.

The Holy Week… let’s look at the Holy Week in the Bible

Matthew 21 verse 1-15 Jesus comes into Jerusalem riding on a donkey and the people were going crazy for Him. It was because the Jews thought they were saved now. They thought at this time Jesus would restore Jerusalem and the Kingdom of Israel. We want to find out what day this was?  The scripture does not tell us in Matthew 21; but He came in and began to teach.  If you follow these scriptures well; you will see that Jesus taught the people from chapter 21 in Matthew to chapter 26.
Then in Matthew chapter 26 it says…

 1And it came to pass, when Jesus had finished all these sayings, he said unto his disciples,

 2Ye know that after two days is the feast of the Passover, and the Son of man is betrayed to be crucified.

 3Then assembled together the chief priests, and the scribes, and the elders of the people, unto the palace of the high priest, who was called Caiaphas,

When you read Matthew chapter 21, Jesus got off the donkey and went into the Temple (after His ‘Triumphant Entry’). Jesus went into the Temple and scrambled the moneychangers rebuking them for making it a den of thieves. Jesus also healed all the lame and sick people who came to Him. Then Jesus left the city to Bethany before coming back to the city the following morning. It was then in Matthew chapter 21 verses 23 that the chief priest came to Him as He was teaching.

 

It was in this chapter that Jesus began to TEACH.  It was not until the Matthew chapter 26 that JESUS had finished all these sayings that Matthew recorded and JESUS told His followers, “Ye know that after two days is the feast of the Passover…”

Ideally, what Matthew chapter 26 and verses one through two is conveying is that from the time Jesus stopped teaching the people, there will be two days until the Passover feast. He turned to the disciples and told them that after two days will be the Passover and the Son of Man will be betrayed and killed!

We do not know when He entered the city; but we do know that from the time He stopped teaching the people (after His ‘Triumphant Entry’) two days later would be the Passover and His death.

Let us take a closer look at the death and see when that happened. Before we do, we must remind ourselves of who Jesus is.  In 1 Corinthians 5 verses 7 it says that even Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us. Jesus is the PASSOVER. We cover ourselves with His blood so that the Father will overlook our sins and see the blood; and PASS-OVER our sins and not condemn us to eternal death.

This was done in the past… in Exodus chapter 12 we get the ordinance of the Passover.  The Passover takes place in the first month of the God’s year, which is not January first (the Roman Catholic calendar new year). The 14th day of the first month; is the Lord’s Passover.  This was a statue to be done forever.

The original Passover the Israelites were ordered to put blood over their door way. In other words they had to be covered with the blood of the Lamb, in order to avoid the plague of death angel and first born.  The lamb representing Jesus…

In Galatians chapter 3 verses 24; shows that Old Testament practices, many of them, were our school master to bring us unto Christ. Jesus used the lamb to represent Himself until He actually came to die for the sins of the world. He was not going to die in every generation; so the Lamb represented Jesus. Why is this important?

 

Because, Jesus was our Passover, therefore, He had to be killed on Passover day. In Daniel chapter 9 verses 24 -27 (an often debated few verses about end time prophecy), Daniel’s dream is cleared up for him by the Angel and the Angel refers to Jesus, the Jews, and Jerusalem because Daniel was confused about the 70 years the Jews were to be in the Babylonian captivity (this is another study for us at a later time). Jesus confirms the promises He made with the fathers (Abraham, Isaac, Jacob), and He does this by being cut off in the midst or middle of the week

 

JESUS did not die for Himself; but for the world.  The middle of the week is when the Messiah (which Daniels 9 v24-27 speaks of), the Christ, was cut off.

Jesus will verify this…

Matthew 12 verses 39-40

Preachers and religious leaders asked Jesus for a sign to prove He was indeed the Messiah/Christ/Anointed One and JESUS gave them a sign…

Jesus said He’ll give ONE SIGN that He is the Christ that He is the One the Father sent. That sign is that when He is killed, He will be in the grave or heart of the earth for 3 days and 3 nights as Jonah the prophet was in the belly of the whale 3 days and 3 nights.

So if we want to see if the Jesus of the Bible is the real Messiah or not, all we need to do is go see when He died and when He rose.  If we get anything outside of three days and three nights, we would know that He was not the Christ. He would have been another man claiming to be that prophet.

Mainstream, Roman influenced Christians say Jesus died on Good Friday and rose Sunday morning…

For Jesus to die on Friday night that would give us one night in Friday, one day in Saturday, two nights in Saturday night. That is all we can get because He rose on Sunday.  That would give us 1 day and 2 nights. This plainly shows that He is not the Messiah from God Almighty. This is showing us that the Roman Catholic Church and many protestant followers are blatantly saying that the Jesus of the Bible is not the Messiah.

 

This is why an anti-Christ will step into the Temple and claim to be Christ at the end-time; this is because Jesus was not the Messiah according to the Good Friday Easter Sunday Conspiracy.  The Romans set up the Good Friday theory…

Now let’s visit it the way the Bible said it… in the midst or middle of the week.

That would be according to our modern day calendars (even the Roman ones), the middle of the week is hump day as it is popularly said in the work world. Jesus would have been killed on Wednesday during the day and put into the ground by Wednesday night.

 

God’s days begin at evening, where the days for modern days begin at midnight. You should keep that in mind as you view the next set of scriptures. Jesus had been betrayed by Judas the evening of the Passover (Tuesday night). John 13 (v1-3) states how Jesus and His disciples that evening, were sharing the Passover meal. John (18:3) shows that same evening; Jesus was betrayed and taken away. It was still nighttime when they took Jesus, because the men that came and bound Him and they had lanterns and torches.

Jesus was crucified the next day but it was still the Passover (remember evening and the morning consist of a 24 hour day – sundown to sundown). Jesus had been taken into custody the night of the Passover and the next morning which is the day time of the Passover, He was condemned and crucified. Pilate was willing to release Jesus the morning after He had been taken in to custody. It was still the Passover. We all know the Jews refused and Jesus was crucified.

3 Days and 3 Nights

The scriptures explain how Jesus was in the earth 3 days and 3 nights just as He had foretold.

3 Days And 3 Nights
SU M T W TH F S
Days                      1  1  1
Nights               1  1  1

Essentially, JESUS was taken into custody Tuesday night. He was tried all night; beaten, scourged and scorned all day Wednesday for our sins, and killed. He was buried in the heart of the earth by sun down Wednesday night (the middle of the week).

This example will allow Him to rightfully be our Savior, our Messiah and King…

Now back to the top. Jesus died on a Wednesday, which was the Passover day, and then two days before this was when He was teaching and would have had to be Sunday evening (which in our modern day calendar is what we call Saturday night).

 

It is possible that He triumphantly entered the city on the first day of the week Sunday but I believe He entered on the Sabbath day… there is no concrete way to know for sure. What we do know is that two days after, (on Wednesday) He was killed and buried. Three days and three nights later He rose on Saturday just before or as the sun was setting…

We can read all of the Gospels; and not ONE disciple mentions anything about Lent, the Holy Week, Palm Sunday, Easter, and resurrection Sunday.  None of them did… in the rare reference Paul made of ‘Easter’ it was in reference to the Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

Which Holy week are you in support of? Is it the one not supported by the scriptures that endorses a false day of the death of Jesus in Good Friday? Then supports that with a one day two night burial period; and finishes up with a resurrection Sunday? Or do you have a Holy week that begins with the memorial of the Lord’s death in the Passover feast. This followed by a High Sabbath in the Feast of Unleavened Bread for seven days.

 

You see, the Romans have Easter Sunday scheduled around the Saturnalia … based on the sun

The Easter sunrise service that is practiced in many Christian churches, can be traced back to the ancient pagan custom of welcoming the sun god at the vernal equinox – when daytime is about to exceed the length of the nighttime. It was a time to celebrate the return of life and reproduction to animal and plant life as well. Worship of the sun god at sunrise is the religious ritual condemned by the Lord Jesus as recorded in Ezekiel 8:15-18.

 

Furthermore, when we look at the history of Easter it can be linked to behavior worse than collegiate fraternity and sorority initiation parties. The sad thing is that we allow the name of Jesus to be associated with it.

 

Now is the time to step away from the things you cannot read in the scripture and serve God in spirit and in truth. God bless you today in Jesus name.  Amen.

 

 

Jimmy Twyman & Koko Ishe

BibleStudyMinistry.com

 

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