How Was Jesus Resurrected From the Dead?

I discussed about Jesus’ death who spent here on earth three days and three nights here on my blog yesterday.  I was carefully researched about the Jewish timeline on the suffering, crucifixion, death, and burial of our Lord Jesus Christ then it was matched in the Bible.

I don’t really believe that our Lord Jesus Christ died on Good Friday according to the traditional teachings of the Catholic Church and other Christian denominations because Jesus died on Wednesday not Friday according to the Jewish history and in the Bible, too.  It’s written according to Matthew 12:40 in KJV: “For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale’s belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.”

The prophet Jonah spent inside whale’s belly in 72 hours or three days and three nights.  Likewise our Lord Jesus Christ, after crucifixion, spent inside the tomb three days and three nights.  It’s impossible for the Catholic Church if Jesus was crucified and died on Friday!  There was a laxity of 36 hours to complete it in 72 hours!  The computations of the Catholics were committed a biggest mistake! What the heck! Therefore, Good Friday was a hoax and a myth of the Catholic teachings.  Let’s go back to the reality that Christ was completed and spent inside the grave in 72 hours based in the Scriptures! Paul said in I Corinthians 15:4, KJV “And that he was buried  and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:…”

If someone will ask me, “how was Jesus Christ resurrected from the dead?”  It’s written in Psalm 16:10, KJV: “For thou wilt not leave my soul in hell; neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption.” King David was the author of the Psalms but he died. The Father in heaven did not allow Jesus, His Son, to stay too long to be decayed inside the grave.  That verse of the Scripture was used by the Apostle Peter to the Jews during the Pentecost (Acts 2).


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