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John 19:31 LUTHER 1545 + Greek + Hebrew Bible

However, since it was the preparation day, the Jews asked Pilate to brake His legs to be removed from the torture stake because the body should not remain upon the cross / the pile* / the torture stake on the Sabbath day (for that Sabbath day was an high day). Leviticus 23:7; Deuteronomy 21:23; Mark 16:2.9; Luke 24:1; John 20:1.19; Acts 20:7; 1Corinthians 16:2

* Explanation / quotation from Henry Ramish

In compliance with this divine order, the passages taken from the original scripture Matthew 28:1 and John 19:31 are fundamental tenets of evidence of His resurrection on a weekly Sabbath. They confirm the accuracy of all biblical passages that bear witness of it! The Passover meal was prepared on 13th Nisan between the “evenings” in the time between the evening sacrifice (15 o’clock) and the evening, the sunset. The Passover lamb was eaten in the evening, as the 14th Nisan began. This happened with the introduction of the Passover before the exodus from Egypt. – So Joshua repeated it on the same day in Gigal after forty years in the desert and Jesus [Editor: Yahshua] with his disciples ate together also in the evening, with the beginning of the 14th Nisan, the Passover meal, see Exodus, 12th Chapter; Joshua/Yahshua 5:10-12, Matthew 26:2, Luke 22:7-20. At the Lord’s [YAHWEH’s] Passover, the Israelites in Egypt were to coat both posts of the door and the upper threshold with the blood of the sacrificial animal, for in the same night the Lord [YAHWEH] went through the land of Egypt smiting all the firstborns of man and cattle. He walked by those who had the sign on their door. No one left his house until the morning. Only in the morning of the 14th Nisan, the people gathered its cattle and belongings but also jewels of silver and gold as well as clothes given by the Egyptians. With the beginning of the 15th Nisan, in the evening, they were ready for the exodus, which began during the night of the 15th Nisan, according to the Holy Scripture; Deuteronomy 16:1; Numbers 33:3. For the Lord [YAHWEH] the night of 14th Nisan was a watching night for He had to lead His people out of Egypt: Therefore the children of Israel shall be awake during that night, in the honor of [YAHWEH], Exodus 12:42 - Even Jesus [Yahshua] commanded to His disciples to stay and keep watch with Him at the night of the 14th Nisan, Matthew 26:38-41: The Exodus of the people of Israel took place during the night of the 15th Nisan, Deuteronomy 16:1; Numbers 33:3. This big, annual Sabbath was a permanent memorial to the Exodus for the people of Israel, the liberation after the 430-year slavery. This is the big Sabbath mentioned in John 19:31, which is called the Feast of Unleavened Bread in Leviticus 23:6. On this day, the 15th Nisan, Jesus [Yahshua] rested in the grave before He resurrected on 16 Nisan, the day where the priests offered up the first grain harvest to the Lord [YAHWEH], Leviticus 23:10. - According to the Scripture, that was a weekly Sabbath in the crucifixion week of Jesus [Yahshua]! John 19:31 can be read unchanged as The Great Sabbath in any Bible. - Obviously, the transformers did not recognize the importance of this Great Sabbath so that John 19:31, the basic text, was kept in all revised documents. However, this is the very passage of the Scripture testifying that the day of resurrection of Jesus [Yahshua] was followed by The Great Sabbath, the annual Sabbath, the 15th Nisan, by His grave silence! (see Matthew 28:1). from: “The sign of Jonah - The Resurrection of Jesus – The resurrection of Jesus was on a weekly Sabbath” by Henry Ramish

John 20:1 LUTHER 1545 + Greek + Hebrew Bibles

ON THE SABBATH (at one of the Sabbath days) / MIRIAM OF MAGDALA (of Magdala = Greek original text + Menge) * CAME EARLY TO THE SEPULCHER/TOMB // SINCE IT WAS STILL DARK / AND SAW / THAT THE STONE WAS REMOVED FROM THE TOMB.

John 20:1 CONCORDANCE BIBLE of 1980

On one of the Sabbath days Miriam the Magdalene (of Magdala = Greek original text + Menge), went to the grave early in the morning, when it was dark, and saw that the stone was lifted away from the entrance of the tomb. Matthew 28:1; Mark 16:2-9, Luke 24:1, John 19:31; 20:19; 1Corinthians 16:2; see also “Concordance Greek text” and “VULGATA - IUXTA VULGATAM CLEMENTINAM”.

* Explanation / quotation by Henry Ramish

According to the Scriptures, Christ [the Messiah] is the first fruits, the first one who resurrected from the dead; He resurrected on the third day. His work of redemption is based on the fulfillment of the shadow of legislation, because it is impossible that the blood of bulls and goats can take away sins, Hebrews 10:4. The shadow legislation includes daily morning and evening sacrifices at fixed times, one at 9 and the other at 15 o’clock, and the sacrificial laws at annual festivities and memorial days, according to Leviticus 23. Through His crucifixion at 9 o’clock, His death at 15 o’clock on 14th Nisan... [YAHWEH’s] Passover, His resting in the grave on 15th Nisan, the Great Sabbath, John 19:31, the feast of unleavened bread, and His resurrection on the third day on a weekly Sabbath morning, on 16th Nisan, the Feast of the first sheaf, Jesus Christ [Yahshua the Messiah] fulfilled three of the four spring festivals and observances, Leviticus 23 (4); 5-14. This divine order shall be and remain the key of our considerations! The basic text of Matthew 28:1 says: “But it was the evening of the Sabbaths”. This means that one evening included two Sabbaths. - It was the evening that closed the 15th Nisan, the Great Sabbath and John 19:31; the following week, the Sabbath, the 16th Nisan began. On His creation, God did it the same way: “And the evening and the morning became the first day”, Genesis 1:5. - In the evening, one day ends and the other day begins! – The fact that there was a Friday between the two Sabbaths as the women bought and prepared spices, cannot be seen at any point of the Scripture…- However, in Luke 23:54-56 it is written: “... The women followed Him from Galilee, and looked into the sepulcher/tomb and how His body lay there. They returned and prepared spices and Spiced Oils. During the Sabbath, they kept silence according to the commandment.“ So, the women prepared everything on the day of Preparation, 14th Nisan and the Sabbath; it was 15th Nisan, the Great Sabbath, John 19:31, as they kept silent. from: “The sign of Jonah - The Resurrection of Jesus - The resurrection of Jesus was on a weekly Sabbath” by Henry Ramish

John 20:19 LUTHER 1545 + Bethel Edition + Greek + Hebrew

Bibles

IN THE EVENING OF THE SAME SABBATH * / SINCE THE DISCIPLES MET TOGETHER AND THE DOORS WERE CLOSED / FEARING THE JEWS / YAHSHUA CAME AND STEPPED INTO THE MIDDLE (AMONG THEM) AND SPOKE TO THEM / PEACE BE WITH YOU (Hebrew: SHALOM ALEICHEM!)

John 20:19 Bible Concordance of 1980 + Bethel Edition

As it became evening on one of the * Sabbath days, and the doors in the house where the disciples were assembled were closed, for they feared the Jews, Yahshua came into the midst and said to them: “Peace be with you!” Matthew 28:1; Mark 16:2.9, Luke 24:1; John 19:31; 20:1; 1 Corinthians 16:2; see also “Concordance Greek Text”, John 20:19 not existent in: “VULGATA - IUXTA VULGATAM CLEMENTINAM”.

* Note

 In his translation of the Bible dated 1545, Dr. Martin Luther writes clearly of the “Sabbath” and not of “the first day of the week” (see Greek and Hebrew Bibles). Due to this evidence, it is clear that the RESURRECTION DAY was on a Sabbath, a weekly Sabbath and NOT on the first day of the week / ON A SUNDAY. Verse 22 further states: “And as he said that / he blew them on / and spoke to them/ take the holy Spirit.” This means that THE POURING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT ON HIS DISCIPLES TOOK PLACE ALSO ON THE DAY OF HIS RESURRECTION, ON A WEEKLY SABBATH, ON A SATURDAY.