Biblical Hebrew partial scholarship:
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  1. Israel Institute of Biblical Studies really!!!!!
    If the Triumphant Entry was on a Sunday, (Abib/Nisan 10) do the math, that would make Good Friday the 15th, right, the first day of Unleaven Bread. Passover is on the 14th, right!!!!

    Here are some of my studies;

    or go to youtube and search"The Biblical Resurrection.wmv"

    or go to youtube and search "Bible Study Challenge, Name That Verse"

    ( Triumphant Entry, Sunday replaces Sabbath, and Times and Law/Torah changed by Messiah)

    He gave the Pharisees the sign of Jonah

    Video YHWH'S Passover is Nisan 14_Rome is Good Friday

    I never thought you would lie about it!!!!!
    Whose days do you and the church follow?

    Proof Christianity is from Rome

  2. He is Risen.

    Gracious Lord, in the Bible you are called "the One who sees me." and I know that your eyes are always upon me to guide and protect and bless and correct. You have given me eyes too. Grant me the power to use them to truly see Help me see those you put in my path really see them, with all their hurts, their desires, their longings, their needs, their joys, and their challenges. As you open my eyes, prompt me to open wide my arms to offer whatever help and encouragement I have to give. 

    In Jesus’ name I pray amen.

    God bless you and keep you.

    Happy Easter.

  3. Very good information on Jesus Christ. I'm just wondering if the donkey means we should vote for the democratic candidate… since it does have a true meeting of humbled and low class. Just wondering.

  4. There is no such thing as Palm Sunday, neither Good Friday. The Lamb of God died om Wednesday and rose on Saturday after three days and three nights. Son of Man entered Jerusalem on a donkey on Saturday, four days before,

  5. Thank you! This is what I was looking for. Someone to go into the root of Palm Sunday and reveal why it happened. He stayed over in the Poorhouse area and he rode into Jerusalem proclaiming freedom for the poor in spirit

  6. Jesus hijacked a procession that had taken place annually for thousands of years. The people lining the streets from the city gate all the way to the Temple were expecting the High Priest to come with the Passover lamb. Instead, the disciples of Jesus start the chant, which like a Mexican wave, proceeded along the line of people. Imagine the surprise on the faces of the people. This was the fulfillment of prophecy, but I doubt most of the people would have been expecting it to happen that year. How could they, when Jesus was not accepted by the majority as their King, or the Messiah?

  7. I thought I would find some truth here, but was wrong!!
    1)If Palm Sunday, was Abib/ Nisan 10, when they pick there deliver, Good Friday would be the 15th, the First Day of Unleaven Bread!!!
    2) How do you get 3 days and 3 nights from Friday sunset to Easter sunrise??? impossible!!!

    However if the Triumphant Entry was on the Sabbath, the 14th would be Wednesday, gives you;
    Night day 1 Thursday the 15th, the First Day of unleaven Bread
    Night Day 2 Friday The day after the High Sabbath, so the women could go buy and make spices
    Night Day 3, The Sabbath, He was putt in the grave, just before sunset, so He rose, just before sunset!!!!

    Here are my studies on it;

    or go to youtube and search"The Biblical Resurrection.wmv"

    or go to youtube and search "Bible Study Challenge, Name That Verse"

    ( Triumphant Entry, Sunday replaces Sabbath, and Times and Law/Torah changed by Messiah)

    Passover is Nisan 14 commanded from scripture and Easter from Rome, who will you listen to

    No wonder, the church can't make the days fit, they listen to mans traditions/lies!!!

    Why do we keep man's calendar and reject the Creator's Calendar

  8. Another little point that we were taught. Jerusalem was under Roman control. The Jews were expecting a militant messiah who would save them from sin whereas Jesus was a peaceful teacher and healer who'd come to save them from sin. If he'd rode on a horse, the Roman's would see him as more of an earthly king threatening their reign riding a war horse surrounded by followers.

  9. Another aspect of Jesus riding into Jerusalem is that he was publicly accepted by the people as King of Israel.
    John 12:12-13 KJVS
    [12] On the next day much people that were come to the feast, when they heard that Jesus was coming to Jerusalem, [13] Took branches of palm trees, and went forth to meet him, and cried, Hosanna: Blessed is the King of Israel that cometh in the name of the Lord.
    This action alone helped the rulers of Israel to force Pilate's hand in crucifying our Lord Jesus. Which is exactly what God intended, so the lamb of God could take away the sins of the world by being a offering for sin.
    John 19:12 KJVS
    [12] And from thenceforth Pilate sought to release him: but the Jews cried out, saying, If thou let this man go, thou art not Caesar's friend: whosoever maketh himself a king speaketh against Caesar.


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