Absolutely nothing. Nothing points to Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday or Tuesday either. I didn't think it had to be prophetically announced which exact day of the week the Messiah would be crucified, does it? The only real prophecy regarding the crucifixion is the Feast of Passover, and its fulfillment has all eyewitnesses stating that it happened on Friday (that's going off the Greek, btw - English translations happen to all cock-up the translation. Well, that is except for William Tyndale's originally translated NT, which refers to it as "Friday" )Prophetically speaking what points to Friday?
Again, the cryptic writing of Daniel requires people to do a heck of a lot of guesswork. I don't have to guess the meaning of the Greek when all four eyewitnesses state that the day the Messiah was crucified on was παρασκευη/paraskeue - Friday. As demonstrated numerous times to William Priebe, παρασκευη/paraskeue is the Greek word equivalent to the English Friday. There's really no getting around this fact.The only prophecy that points to the time of his crucifixion that I am aware of is Daniel 9, and most think that is referring to Anti Christ. Although it seems to only point to the year, if you consider midst of the week, that could be a Wednesday.
Again, this just doesn't fit at all with what the eyewitnesses state happened. The Messiah was crucified on a Friday (παρασκευη/paraskeue); He was put in the tomb before the Sabbath Day started (προσαββατω/prosabbato/before the Sabbath); He was raised on the day of firstfruits (τη μια των σαββατων/te mia ton sabbaton/the first of Sabbaths). Either the Messiah was only in the tomb for a day, or for eight days.And Yeshua said three days and nights which, Wednesday night Thursday night Friday night, Thursday day Friday day Saturday day, is three nights and days. As for the third day, after three day argument, this is how I see it working out: exactly 72 hours from the time he was put in the sepulcher he was raised, which was the third day
If only more people had such a mindsetTyping fast cause I have to get Zoe from school, but I will be back, and ultimately I like you am only after the truth, so I will be excited to learn something today!
I disagree. Daniel 9 is talking about the Messiah. And Paraskeue is talking about the preparation day, not necessarily Friday. There were two preparation days that week, Wednesday for a Thursday Sabbath FOUB, and Friday for the Sabbath according to the Commandments as quoted by Luke.The only real prophecy regarding the crucifixion is the Feast of Passover, and its fulfillment has all eyewitnesses stating that it happened on Friday
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