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Our Lord and Savior

Time Line Birth B.C. 03

Therefore all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations; and from David to the deportation to Babylon fourteen generations; and from the deportation to Babylon to the time of Christ fourteen generations [ref. Mt. 1:17].

Baptism………………..A.D. 26
Ministry……………….A. D. 26

For the first time the Trinity, foreshadowed in many ways in the Old Testament, is clearly manifested. The Spirit descends upon the Son and, at the same moment, the Father’s voice is heard from heaven “This is My Son, in whom I am well pleased.” [ref. Mt. 3:16,17].


1. The arrival at Golgotha [ref. Mt. 27:33; Mark 15:22; Lk.23:33; Jn. 19:17].

2. The offering of stupefying drink is refused [ref. Mt. 27:34; Mark 15:23]

3. Jesus is crucified between two thieves [ref. Mt. 27:35-38; Mk.15:24-28; Lk.23:33-38; Jn.19:18].

4. He utters the first cry from the cross, “Father, forgive,” [ref. Lk.23:34].

5. The soldiers part His garments [ref. Mt. 27:35; Mk 15:24; Lk.23; John 19:23].

6. The Jews mock Jesus [ref. Mt. 27:39-43; Mk.15:29-32; Lk.23:35].

7. The thieves’ rail at Him, but one repents and believes [ref. Mt. 27:44; Mk 15:32; Lk 23:39-43].

8. The second cry from the cross, “Today you shall be with me,” [ref. Lk. 23:43].

9. The third cry, “Woman, behold your son,” [ref. Jn.19:26-27].

10. The darkness [ref. Mt. 27:45; Mk.15:33; Lk.23:44].

11. The fourth cry, “My God” [ref. Mt. 27:46-47; Mk.15:34-36]

12 The fifth cry “I am thirsty” [ref. Jn.19:28].

13. The sixth cry, “It is finished” [ref. Jn.19:28]

14. The Seventh cry, “Father, into Thy hands,” [ref. Lk.23:46].

15. Our Lord and Savior dismisses His Spirit [ref. Mt. 27:50; Mk.15:37; Lk. 23:46; Jn.19:30].

Death A.D.29

The Greek phrases used here in Matthew and in John are unique in the New Testament. In many instances single Hebrew and Greek words meaning “breathe out” or “expire” are translated by “breathe one’s last.” This is true of the description of the death of Jesus in Mark 15:37, 39 and Luke 23:46. But in Matthew 27:50 and John 19:30 “alone” these expressions translate Greek phrases of three words, meaning “give over the Spirit” or “deliver up the Spirit.” The death of Jesus was different from that of any other man. No one could take His life from Him except as He was willing to permit it [ref. Jn.10:18]. Christ chose to die so that we might live.

Burial A.D.29

And Joseph took the body and wrapped it in a clean linen cloth, and laid it in his own new tomb…[ref. Mt. 27:57-61; Mk. 15: 42-47; Lk.23: 50-56; Jn 19:38-42].

Resurrection A.D.29

Early in our Lord and Saviors ministry, Jesus said that between His death and resurrection He would be “three day’s and three nights in the heart of the earth.” [ref. Mt. 12:38-40]. “Three days and three nights” is not a figurative phrase, but refers to a literal three days and three nights. Just as in Genesis Chapters one and two, one day and one night represent a twenty-four-hour period. Therefore, Jesus said that He would be in the grave for a literal seventy-two-hour period.

We can establish the time of our Lord and saviors death by counting back three days and three nights from the time of His resurrection. [ref. to understanding] knowing that Jesus rose sometime before Sunday morning, using the Judean calendar we count backwards “three days and three night” which brings us to Wednesday, 14 Nisan (the first month of the Hebrew calendar, Nisan corresponds to our March/April].

According to Mosaic Law, all preparations for the Passover meal; including slaughtering the lambs, had to be completed on 14 Nisan before twilight [ref. Ex. 12:6, 14]. The Judean Jews killed the Passover lamb in the afternoon of 14 Nisan and ate the celebratory meal that evening after 6 p.m. on 15 Nisan—the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Passover and the Feast of unleavened Bread taught every generation of Jews to remember their deliverance from Egypt by Jesus Christ, the second Person of the Trinity [ref. Ex. 12:17], the One they were putting to death.

Passover was the meal the Pharisees were so anxious to observe that they would not defile themselves by entering the Roman Pretorium to bring their indictment against Christ [ref. Jn.18:28]. Yet, by 9 a.m., on Wednesday, 14 Nisan, they had seen to it that Jesus Christ was nailed to the cross. Between 12 noon and 3 p.m., the very same time the lambs “without defect” [ref. Lev. 1:3,10] were being slain for Passover meal, Jesus Christ died spiritually for the sins of the world: “Christ died spiritually for the sins of the world: “Christ our Passover…(who) has been sacrificed” [ref. 1Cor. 5:7b]. Sometime in the afternoon, about 3 p.m., He dismissed His Spirit [ref. Jn.19:30].

When Jesus Christ died, His body was put in the grave by Joseph of Arimethea and Nicodemus just before sundown [ref. Jn.19:38-42]. Therefore, according to the Judean time line, His time in the heart of the earth began Thursday, 15 Nisan. Then, counting forward the next day, Thursday, the first of Jonah’s three days and three nights is completed. Friday night the second night, Friday day—the second day, and Saturday night and Saturday day complete the three days and three nights. Hence, any time after sundown Saturday Our Lord and Savior came out of the grave fulfilling the sign of Jonah.

Paul say’s that Jesus Christ rose on “the third day” [ref. 1Cor. 15:3-4]. Here Paul used the Gentile time line which starts and ends at midnight to confirm what Jesus had said about the sign of Jonah. Rising Saturday night after sundown and before midnight fulfills this prophecy of “the third day” in both the Jewish and Gentile timetables.

Jesus Appears A.D.29

During the fourty days on earth after His resurrection and ascension, the Lord is recorded to have appeared to His own followers on ten occasions, the first five being on the day of resurrection.

The order of appearances

1. To Mary Magdalene [ref. Mk. 16:9-11; Jn.20:11-18]. This was the first appearance of our Lord on the day of resurrection and, His words to Mary in Vs. 17 were, in the Greek text clearly state that He had not ascended to the Father to deliver the completed sacrifice for sin, must present His own blood in heaven. Receive his glorified body and receive the eternal throne in Heaven. Having accomplished His work in heaven, He returned to earth to complete His post-resurrection ministry.

Greek -- John 20:17 λεγει αυτη ο ιησους μη μου απτου ουπω γαρ αναβεβηκα προς τον
English -- John 20:17 Says to her Jesus: Not me touch, for not yet have I ascended to the

πατερα πορευου δε προς τους αδελφους μου και ειπε αυτοις αναβαινω προς τον
Father; but go thou to the brothers of me and tell them: I ascend to the

πατερα μου και πατερα υμων και θεον μου και θεον υμων.
Father of me and Father of you and God of me and God of you.

For we will receive that same resurrected body as Christ received from the Father when He ascended to heaven [ref. Phil. 3:20, 21].

2. The woman returning from the tomb with the angelic message [ref. Mt. 28:8-10].

3. To Peter, [ref. Lk.24:34; 1Cor. 15:5].

4. The Emmaus disciples [ref. Mk 16:12; Lk. 24:13-22].

5. The disciples, Thomas absent [ref. Mk.16:14; Lk24:36-43; Jn.20:19-25].

The next five appearances occurred after Christ had ascended and received His resurrected body from the Father.

6. The next Sunday night, the appearance to the disciples, with Thomas present [ref. Jn.20:26-31; 1Cor. 15:5].

7. The seven beside the Sea of Galilee [ref. Jn. 21}

8. The apostles and “more than 500 brethren” [ref. Mt. 28:16-20; Mk. 16:15-18; 1Cor. 15:6].

9. To James, the Lord’s brother [ref. 1Cor. 15:7].

10. His last recorded appearance “Olivet Discourse” [ref. Mk. 16:19-20; Lk. 24:44-53; Acts 1:3-12].

Throne A.D.29

Christ is at the right hand of the Father; waiting for the Father to complete the time of Grace, the church will be “caught up” and the Tribulation will begin and Christ will return in glory and wipe out His enemies and will begin the Millennial Kingdom and reign for a thousand years on the earth and turn over the reign at the completion of the thousand years to the Father and the Eternal kingdom will start and never end.
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