YOMELYAH: THE PURPOSE WITH PHOTO GALLERY
IMPORTANT BIBLICAL INFORMATION: CONFIRMATION OF THE EXACT DATE OF THE MEMORIAL OF CHRIST'S DEATH THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2018 AFTER THE SUNSET
The setting of the date of the Memorial on the evening of March 31, 2018 is inaccurate, since this date corresponds to 16 Nisan (and not 14 Nisan)
The biblical rule of fixing the date is the same as setting the date of the biblical Passover, namely, the fourteenth day after the new moon, corresponding to the first day of the month: "In the first month, on the 14th day of the month, in the evening, you are to eat unleavened bread until the 21st day of the month, in the evening"(Exodus 12:18). This celebration precedes the full moon that takes place on the fifteenth day of the month. However, the number of days that go from the new moon to the full moon, is not always constant (it can vary by one day). This is probably why Jehovah mentioned the biblical rule of the fourteenth day of Nisan (following the new moon) (rather than the first full moon of the spring equinox, of which there is no trace in the Bible in as a landmark for Passover and then the Memorial).
This understanding is corroborated by the last celebration of the Passover by Christ, the first celebration of his future death that took place on the same day of 14 Nisan: Christ celebrated his last Passover on the evening of the 14th day of Nisan, which corresponds to the beginning of this day. Christ has been arrested and denied by Peter in the Night of the 14th day, before the rooster crowed in the morning. He was driven to his place of execution and fastened to the torture stake at the third hour, that is to say, about nine o'clock in the morning. The agony of Christ lasted six hours. At the sixth hour, around noon, a phenomenon of abnormal obscuration occurred until the ninth hour, at three o'clock in the afternoon, at the moment of death of Christ (This obscuration could not be an eclipse because the moon was in the cycle opposite to the sun (near the full moon)). The lifeless body of Christ was unhooked from the torture stake before the sun set at the beginning of 15 Nisan. Thus, between the first celebration of the death of Christ, in the evening of 14 Nisan (beginning of the day), and his death and burial, everything happened in the day of 14 Nisan 33 AD (Mark 14 chapters and 15).
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