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POTENTIALLY LEAD YOU TO
BECAUSE OF INTENTIONAL
INSERTED WORDS BY THE
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TRANSLATIONS OF THE
COMPARE THE KJV WITH THE MKJV TO MEDITATE ON THEIR
CONFLICTING NARRATIVE OF THE RESURRECTION DAY.
CHECK MARK 7:7 FOR CONSEQUENCES OF FALSE
THE FALSE OLD
REPORT OF THE
(13) Saying, Say ye, His disciples came by
night, and stole him away while we slept.
(14) And if this come to the governor's
ears, we will persuade him, and secure
you. (15) So they took the money, and
did as they were taught: and this saying is
commonly reported among the Jews until
this day. Matthew 28:13-15 KJV
And on the first of the sabbaths, while still
very early, they came to the tomb bringing the
spices which they had prepared, and certain
others with them. Luke 24:1 MKJV
Now upon the first day of the week, very
early in the morning, they came unto the
sepulchre, bringing the spices which they
had prepared, and certain others with
them. Luke 24:1 KJV
He is not here. For he is risen, as he said.
Come, and see the place where the Lord
[YHWH] was laid. Matthew 28:6 DRB
IT WAS EASTER SATURDAY! NOT EASTER SUNDAY
The question is ‘Did Jesus die on a Friday and
resurrect on a Sunday as many believe today?’ Jesus
said that He was to stay buried 3 days and 3 nights
just as Prophet Jonah was inside the great fish for
also 3 days and 3 nights.
Simple arithmetic proves that it is not possible for Jesus to have died on a Friday and
resurrected on Sunday because one night is missing out of the 3 nights that Jesus had be in the
heart of the earth in order to fulfill the sign of the Prophet Jonah sojourn inside the belly of the
fish. Great reasoning, but don’t we read in the KJV Bible that the resurrection took place on the
first day of the week?
Now upon the first day of the week, very early in the morning, they came unto
the sepulchre, bringing the spices which they had prepared, and certain oth-
ers with them. (2) And they found the stone rolled away from the sepulchre.
(3) And they entered in, and found not the body of the Lord Jesus. Luke 24:1-
Luke 24:1-3 requires a long lesson in the Old Testament about the Sabbaths of YHWH and the
counting of 7 of those Sabbaths (Saturdays) after which last Sabbath, always a Sunday, the feast
of Pentecost was to observed. But before going into that study, look at the word ‘day’ verse. The
italicized font makes it hard to read. The word ‘day’ in italicized font indicates that it is an added
word by the translators, a word which does not appear in the Greek manuscript. So, without the
word day, the verse reads ‘Now upon first of the week’. If you are not versed in the Bible, you
have the feeling that a word is missing to complete the sentence, because ‘first of the week’ in
the singular does not make any sense. Then, it could have made sense that the translators did
add the word ‘day’ as the missing word to complete the sentence in any language. In the other
hand, if the word ‘week’ was in plural ‘weeks’, the sentence would read ‘first of the weeks’. ‘First
of the weeks’ makes plenty sense in that you might understand that the verse is talking about
the first of more than one week. Then, you would look for the meaning of the plural word
‘weeks’. Is the word ‘week’ in the Greek manuscript in singular as translated or in plural as
common sense dictates in any language? The word ‘week’ is in plural in the Greek manuscript.
Not only that the word is in plural, but it is a translation of the plural Greek word ‘Sabbaths’, as
other translations rightly translate it.
And the first of the Sabbaths, while still very early, they came on the tomb,
carrying spices which they prepared; and some were with them. (Luke 24:1
Why did the translators of the KJV ignore the Greek to make the verse read ‘first day of the
week’, which falsely indicates that the resurrection took place on the first day of the week which
is, of course, Sunday? No matter what the answer may be, consider the support, if not the
foundation, for the Easter Sunday doctrine, which unsuspecting believers accept as the truth.
Nevertheless, what does the correct translation imply vis a vis the correct resurrection day?
Without going deep into the Old Testament, the correct translation implies that the resurrection
took place on a Saturday which was the first of the seven Sabbaths that were to be counted to
arrive to the fiftieth day after the last seventh Sabbath, which fiftieth day is always a Sunday,
known as Pentecostal day in Greek.
Therefore, there was and there is no Easter Sunday because Jesus resurrected on a Saturday
not on a Sunday, according to the faithful translation of Luke 24:1 and other related passages in
the other gospels.
If Jesus resurrected on a Saturday, early morning, according to the faithful translation of the
verse, it goes without saying that Jesus could not have died the preceding Friday. On what day
did Jesus die? Do some arithmetic to find the answer. Look backwards for 3 days and 3 nights
from Saturday, early morning until the evening daylight burial day.
TO BE CONTINUED …
And in vain they worship Me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men. Mark 7:7 EMTV
WHERE CAN WE FIND OUT ALL ABOUT JESUS?
You search the Scriptures, for you think in them you have everlasting life.
And they are the ones witnessing concerning Me. John 5:39 LITV. Luke 24:44