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Chronology of the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ

April 10, 2020

In the year 30 A.D. Jesus was crucified at Golgotha / Calvary hill on Passover Day.

The crucifixion took place at the 3rd hour (9.00 a.m.) on Wednesday, April 5, 30 A.D. (God’s day begins at sundown (6.00 p.m. i.e. 0 hour) and ends at sundown the nest day. On the day of Creation of the first day there was darkness upon the face of the deep until after God had declared “Let there be light.” Genesis 1:1-5 )

At the 6th hour (noon) there was darkness over the whole land until the 9th hour (3.00 p.m.) (Mark 15:33; Luke 23:44)

As soon as Jesus gave up the ghost and died at the 9th hour, the Veil in the Tabernacle rent in two from top to bottom; the earth quaked; the rocks rent. And the graves were opened; and many bodies of the saints which slept arose (this was the first mass resurrection of the dead in Christ). (Mark 15:34-37), (Matthew 27:51-52)

The body of Jesus laid in the tomb on the Annual Preparation/Passover Day, Thursday, April 5, 30 A.D.; High Day of Sabbath, Friday, April 6, 30 A.D.; and the Sabbath Day, Saturday, April 7, 30 A.D.

On the first day of the week, Sunday, April 8, 30 A.D., when it was very early in the morning at sunrise, Mary Magdalene; and Mary the mother of James; and Salome went to the tomb. They found that the body of Jesus was not there. He had risen from the dead on the 3rd day (having laid in the tomb for 3 days & 3 nights). The first disciple to see the resurrected Jesus was Mary Magdalene, who was later instructed by Jesus to go and inform the other disciples. (Mark 16:1-4), (John 20:15-18)

When Jesus died on the cross at Golgotha and spilled His blood & water, God rent the Veil in the Tabernacle in two from top to bottom. This is the witness of God which he hath testified of his Son. (1 John 5:8-11)

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