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23 ∂ Then the souldiers, when they had crucified Iesus, tooke his garments, (and made foure parts, to euery souldier a part) and also his coat: Now the coate was without seame, wouen from the top thorowout.
24 They said therefore among themselues, Let not vs rent it, but cast lots for it, whose it shall bee: that the Scripture might bee fulfilled, which saith, They parted my raiment among them, and for my vesture they did cast lots. These things therefore the souldiers did.
31 The Iewes therefore, because it was the preparation, that the bodies should not remaine vpon the Crosse on the Sabbath day (for that Sabbath day was an high day) besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away.
38 ∂ And after this, Ioseph of Arimathea (being a disciple of Iesus, but secretly for feare of the Iewes) besought Pilate that he might take away the body of Iesus, and Pilate gaue him leaue: he came therefore, and tooke the body of Iesus.
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Brian's John Chapter 19 comment about verse 15 on 3/09/2013, 4:39am...
the people turned to samuel and asked for their own king,the scribes and priests done the same,but think on ,even today we have our own king in our wretchedbodies,our choice except the true King,Jesus Christ.its true what Paul says,anything thats good for us we do not want,anything thats no good,we want.man has no sense.LORD i LOVE you.THANKS FOR YOUR SACRIFICE
Felicia Ofem's John Chapter 19 comment on 2/26/2013, 3:18am...
If only they knew that Jesus would rise again, they wouldn't have attempted it.
Kenneth p pitre's John Chapter 19 comment on 12/13/2012, 12:27pm...
Technically, one of the most important scriptures to thoroughly understand; for it can reveal who are false prophets, and which church is the one Jesus said the gates of hell would not prevail against it. If the Sabbath was the next day - then Jesus was crucified Friday - which according to the sign of Jonah and a scripture that reveals that a day is 24 hours reveals that Jesus contrary to the belief of practically every denomination - because they donít do the math - was resurrected on Monday afternoon. The high Sabbath is the tale tell that one seriously seeking salvation should consider. The bible says that Jesus was crucified midweek. In 7 days midweek is wed. According to the sign of Jonah and the 24 hour day scripture reveals that Jesus was resurrected on Saturday. The Sabbath day - and although Iíve researched different studies I am a believer that God did not raise Jesus from the dead on "Easter Sunday", and did not change the Sabbath day. Note - even IF Jesus was resurrected on Sunday - the bible never declared that or anything else reason to change the Sabbath day as many denominations claim. That is ludicrous to think God in His wisdom so great that the most intelligent ever born canít comprehend would suddenly change the Sabbath day! I ask - WHY WOULD HE ? To anyone who believes Sunday is now the new Sabbath day.
Mas's John Chapter 19 comment on 12/02/2012, 5:42am...
What you have raised is a profound study in the Bible. And just one book (John) is not enough to provide all truths that the study entails.
It has to start from the Old Testament, where one can learn the institution of Jews Passover with Moses, all events, lawful and customary that surrounded that Passover.
Yes, there were two Sabbaths involved in the events that surrounded the death and resurrection of our lord and savior Jesus Christ.
1. One is the Sabbath of Preparation of the Jews Passover in John 19:31,42. That Sabbath had nothing to do with weekdays, it was just a public holiday (Leviticus 23);
2. The second is a weekly Sabbath, spoken of in John 20:1 in the first day of the next week.
So there were 2 Sabbaths involved, and they were successive the holy proclamation (public holiday) and the normal weekly Sabbath. And resurrection took place early on the first day of the week.
I could recommend a study by Victor Paul Wierwille ďJesus Christ our PassoverĒ.
Great to notice the accuracy of word of God.
God bless you.
Emanuel's John Chapter 19 comment about verse 31 on 12/01/2012, 10:41pm...
What about the theory that there were two separate Sabbaths days in that week, please see "centuryone [dot]com[slash]crucifixion". My question is bona fide - can anyone elaborate on this, or respond to it? Thank you.
Susan Dalton's John Chapter 19 comment about verse 30 on 10/13/2012, 7:22pm...
"It is finished." Jesus said, "...I have finished the work which thou gavest me to do." (John 17:4) The mathematic definition of work states work is done when a force acts upon an object to cause a displacement of the object. For a force to qualify as having done the work, there must be a displacement and the force must have caused the displacement. According to this definition, I can dig all day trying to get a stump out of the ground; but, if I do not displace the stump (get it out of the ground) work was not done. Satan did a work on man, and man did a work when man sinned. Man was displaced from righteousness. Jesus did a work of righteousness. He displaced man from sin, death, and hell. His work on the cross moved man from death to life; from darkness to light; from sin to righteousness. Each man has to do a work of repentance to receive the work of Christ. Without repentance, man may spend his lifetime fleeing the curse of death, yet, finding no escape of death - for he actually did no work of repentance.
Ms. M's John Chapter 19 comment on 6/12/2012, 10:57pm...
this allways make me cry when I read this.
John Russell's John Chapter 19 comment about verse 14 on 6/02/2012, 4:29am...
Perhaps "the sixth hour" refers to the amount of time (6 hours) between the arrest of Jesus and Pilate's delivery of him to be crucified.
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