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Easter - Passover

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Easter Sunday is on April 1, 2018.  It is one day before the "true date" of the anniversary of the resurrection of Jesus on the third day of Passover - Nisan 17:16/17 in the day hours on the weekly Saturday Sabbath in 30 AD. The "true date" of the anniversary of His resurrection is April 2, 2018.

Jesus presented Himself in Jerusalem as our Passover Lamb also on the weekly Saturday Sabbath.  It was on March 30, 30 AD.  After being betrayed for 30 pieces of silver His death was at 3 PM on Wednesday, April 3, 30 AD.  His resurrection was on Day 3 of Passover which was precisely 3 nights and 3 days after His death.

 

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First Fruits is the second day of Passover - Nisan 16:15/16

Pentecost begins 49 Days from First Fruits.  It is Sivan 6:5/6.

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2018 Anniversary Date of the Death and Resurrection of Jesus

The Anniversary Date of the Death of Jesus is Nisan 14:13/14.  It is from sunset on March 29 until sunset on March 30, 2018.  It is the Day of the Lord's Passover - the date of Day 1 of Unleavened Bread.

The Anniversary Date of the Resurrection of Jesus is Day 3 of Passover, Nisan 17:16/17 in the day hours.  It is April 2, 2018.  He was seen in His resurrected body 3 times before the women saw the empty tomb at sunrise on Sunday, Nisan 18:17/18 - Day 4 of Passover in 30 AD.

 

 
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Nisan 14

Nisan 14 during the day hours is the date of the Death of Jesus.  It is also the date of the evening that begins Day 1 of Passover - an Annual Sabbath. 

The Passover Seders to remember the Passover at the time of the Exodus and the death of Jesus are held the evening of Nisan 14 that begins Nisan 15:14/15.  That evening is March 30, 2018.  The morning of Nisan 15 was when those in the Exodus left Egypt after the night of the first Passover.  (Numbers 33:3)  And, that is the day the 3-night guard of the tomb of Jesus was set for Nisan 15, Nisan 16 and Nisan 17.

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Easter - Passover 2018

Easter Sunday is on April 1, 2018. It is one day before the "true date" of the anniversary of the resurrection of Jesus on the third day of Passover - Nisan 17:16/17. His resurrection was in the day hours on the weekly Saturday Sabbath in 30 AD. The "true date" of the anniversary of His resurrection is April 2, 2018.

Jesus presented Himself in Jerusalem as our Passover Lamb also on the weekly Saturday Sabbath. It was on March 30, 30 AD. After being betrayed for 30 pieces of silver His death was at 3 PM on Wednesday, April 3, 30 AD. His resurrection was on Day 3 of Passover which was precisely 3 nights and 3 days after His death.

Nisan 14

Nisan 14 during the day hours is the date of the Death of Jesus. It is also the date of the evening that begins Day 1 of Passover - an Annual Sabbath. The anniversary date of the death of Jesus is from sunset on March 29 until sunset on March 30, 30 AD.

The Passover Seders to remember the Passover at the time of the Exodus and the death of Jesus are held the evening of Nisan 14 that begins Nisan 15:14/15. They will be held the evening of March 30, 2018 after sunset.

The morning of Nisan 15 was when those in the Exodus left Egypt after the night of the first Passover. (Numbers 33:3) And, the morning of Nisan 15 is when a 3-night guard of the tomb of Jesus was set: the evenings of Nisan 15, Nisan 16 and Nisan 17. The evening of Nisan 17 was the evening before the empty tomb was seen by the women on Day 4 of Passover - Nisan 18:17/18 in 30 AD. The guard of the tomb left at 6 AM just before the women saw the empty tomb at sunrise.

Jesus was seen 3 times in His resurrected body on Nisan 17:16/17 on Saturday in 30 AD - before the women saw the empty tomb at sunrise on Sunday morning Nisan 18:17/18. The anniversary of the "true date" of the resurrection (as stated previously) is April 2, 2018 - the third day of Passover - Nisan 17:16/17.

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Anniversary Date of Jesus' Triumphal Entrance in Jerusalem

March 26, 2018

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The Week Jesus Died in 30 AD

 

 
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Jesus was examined for four days as our Passover Lamb

Nisan 10, Nisan 11, Nisan 12 and Nisan 13

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The Death of Jesus was on Nisan 14:13/14

The 2018 anniversary date is sunset March 29 until sunset on March 30.

The evening of Nisan 13 - the night before His death Jesus had the Lord's Passover - the Last Supper -

with His disciples before His death.  Communion was established that evening with the wine and unleavened bread.

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