Great Apostle of God. I salute your grace and work in the kingdom of God, I have also being a Musician, Drummer, sound reinforcement person, a fire or of music, youth coordinator, youth Pastor, bible study teacher in my local church where I was 1 commissioned till I answered the call to be a fulltime minister. I spent most of my Christian life around Camp meetings and Crusade outreaches because I was a drummer for most of the Apostolic and Evangelists in Ghana. Am happy we share something in common and looking forward to building a strong relationship with you. Am a the head Pastor of True Light Chapel Intl and I stand in the office of a Prophet.
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Answer: The Bible does not explicitly state on which day of the week Jesus was crucified. The two most widely held views are Friday and Wednesday. Some, however, using a synthesis of both the Friday and Wednesday arguments, argue for Thursday as the day.
Jesus said in Matthew 12:40, “For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.” Those who argue for a Friday crucifixion say that there is still a valid way in which He could have been considered in the grave for three days. In the Jewish mind of the first century, a part of day was considered as a full day. Since Jesus was in the grave for part of Friday, all of Saturday, and part of Sunday—He could be considered to have been in the grave for three days. One of the principal arguments for Friday is found in Mark 15:42, which notes that Jesus was crucified “the day before the Sabbath.” If that was the weekly Sabbath, i.e. Saturday, then that fact leads to a Friday crucifixion. Another argument for Friday says that verses such as Matthew 16:21 and Luke 9:22 teach that Jesus would rise on the third day; therefore, He would not need to be in the grave a full three days and nights. But while some translations use “on the third day” for these verses, not all do, and not everyone agrees that “on the third day” is the best way to translate these verses. Furthermore, Mark 8:31 says that Jesus will be raised “after” three days.
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