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Jesus did not eat leavened bread at Passover
Proof the Days of Unleavened Bread are to be kept
Passover instructions for one
Passover instructions for two or more
Detailed Instructions for Local Churches and Fellowship Groups without a Minister Present
Resource List for Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread
Counting Pentecost when the Second Holy Day [DUB] is the Sabbath
The Crucifixion was on Wednesday
Why does Deut. 16:8 says to eat six days of unleavened bread?
John 19:14 and the Sixth Hour
Passover/Lord's Supper --- Apparent contradictions in the Bible --- Matthew 26:17 explained
A Spiritual Aspect to the Deleavening Process
Figuring the month of Abib
Jewish Calendar Converter
Shows Wednesday 14 Nisan 5769 => Wednesday 8 April 2009
Companion Bible Appendixes
The Old Testament Passover, the Lord's Supper, and the Time of Christ's Death!
Sunset to Sunset - What does that mean?
Passover or Easter Feature Page
Unleavened Bread Recipes
Proof of the sequence of Passover services
Selected Appendixes from the Companion Bible
Appendix 6: Figures of Speech
Appendix 10: The Spiritual Significance of Numbers
Appendix 19: The Serpent of Genesis 3
Appendix 51: Money and Coins, Weights and Measures
Appendix 105: The Usage of Negatives in the New Testament
Appendix 124: The Synonymous Words For "Other", "Another"
Appendix 144: The "Three Days" and "Three Nights" of Matthew 12:40
Appendix 153: The Two Entries Into Jerusalem
Appendix 155: The Two Great Prophecies of "The End of the Age"
Appendix 156: "Six Days Before The Passover" (John 12:1)
Appendix 157: The Three Suppers
Appendix 158: The Two Anointings
Appendix 160: The Denials of Peter
Appendix 163: The Inscriptions on the Cross [Stake]
Appendix 164: The "Others" Crucified With The Lord (Matthew 27:38 and Luke 23:32)
Appendix 165: The Hours of the Lord's Last Day
Appendix 166: The Sequence of Events Following the Lord's Resurrection
I. Parallel Datings of the Times of Our Lord.
II. Dates of "The Begetting" and The Nativity.
III. "The Course of Abia".
Some additional notes:
Jesus was born on the 29th of September 4 BC.
Jesus was born on the first Holy Day of the Feast of Tabernacles.
Jesus was circumcised on the Last Great Day (a Holy Day).
Jesus began His ministry at age 30 in the late autumn of 27 AD.
His ministry was 3.5 years.
He was crucified in 31 AD.
He was crucified on Passover day, Wednesday, the 25 of April in the late afternoon (14 Abib or Nisan).
He was put in the tomb before sundown on Wednesday, the 25 of April 31 AD.
He was in the tomb for 3 days and 3 nights (72 full hours).
He was resurrected in the late afternoon of Saturday, the 28 of April 31 AD (17 Abib or Nisan).
Pentecost that year was on Sunday, June 17, 31 AD. (Count backward 50 days for confirmation)
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