Resurrection on the Sabbath or on Sunday

9 Jul

Resurrection on the Sabbath or on Sunday?
…. with regard to Visits at the tomb

Resurrection on Sabbath or on Sunday – Download

DW:
John 20:19 and Acts 20:7 are not the only references to the church
meeting on the Lord’s Day – Sunday. In addition to those quotations
are John 20:29; Acts 2:1 and 1 Cor. 16:1-2.

GE:
“…the Lord’s Day – Sunday” — Not only ‘wrong’, but FALSE!
“…the church meeting on …. Sunday” Please SHOW in
“John 20:29”;
“Acts 2:1” or,
“1 Cor. 16:1-2” ….. please QUOTE!

DW:
…. John makes it as clear as language can make it that this
assembling was on the first day of the week not the second day of the
week. With this over emphasis of language to prove it is the first day
of the week, “even” only means late afternoon not the second day of
the week.”

GE:
Which ‘over emphasis of language’?
Quote where “John makes it clear …. “even” only means late
afternoon”?
Quote where “John makes it clear …. “it is the first day of the week ….
not the second day of the week”?
Quote where “1 Cor. 16:1-2”, makes it clear, “this assembling was”,
on the first day?
Of course you cannot. Because John and Luke make it clear as
common language can that ‘it’ — the disciples “having been thronged
together still” — while it must have been after sunset and “IT
2
BEING” – by now – AFTER, “VESPERS” Lk24:29 and no longer
“afternoon” or “towards ‘vespers’”; and day had had “declined”-
‘kekliken’ fully already and was not ‘declining’ any longer and
“BEING EVENING” (‘ousehes opsias’) Jn20:19 AFTER sunset and
‘day’- ‘hehmera’ HAD HAD begun its next cycle—
that then: as John says “THEN (‘OUN’) having been (‘ousehs’) on
_THAT_ ‘EKEINEHI miai (hehmerai)’ — which RELATIVE
PRONOUN REFERS TO: _ “THAT” _ PAST, and “First Day of the
week” (Sunday). It does not say ‘BEING on the First Day’; it says
“being EVENING REFERRING TO the First Day of the week”: “the
EVENING” RELATIVE to “THAT day”.
Just like to this day we refer BACK FROM the ‘evening’ to the PAST
and no longer current, day.

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