Tag Archives: Passover

Jesus se Laaste Pasga-Lydingsfees en die Aanloop daarvan

4 Mar

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A) Aanloop tot Jesus se Laaste Pasga-Lydingsfees

(Volgorde volgens plekke en gebeurtenisse tydens reise)


Tempelwyding in Jerusalem

Johannes 10:22-39

Dit was Inwydingsfees (van die tempel) in Jerusalem en winter.

Ἐγένετο τότε τὰ ἐνκαίνια ἐν τοῖς Ἱεροσολύμοις· χειμὼν ἦν·

It was at Jerusalem the feast of the dedication, and it was winter.

23 En Jesus het oor die pilaarstoep van Salomo gestap.

καὶ περιεπάτει ὁ Ἰησοῦς ἐν τῷ ἱερῷ ἐν τῇ στοᾷ τοῦ Σολομῶνος.

And Jesus walked in the temple in Solomon’s porch.

24 Die Jode het om hom kom staan en vir Hom gesê: Hoe lank

ἐκύκλωσαν οὖν αὐτὸν οἱ Ἰουδαῖοι καὶ ἔλεγον αὐτῷ Ἕως πότε

Then came the Jews round about him, and said unto him, How long

nog gaan jy ons siel vertoorn? As jy die Gesalfde is, sê ons!

τὴν ψυχὴν ἡμῶν αἴρεις; εἰ σὺ εἶ ὁ Χριστός, εἰπὸν ἡμῖν παρρησίᾳ.

dost thou make us to doubt? If thou be the Christ, tell us plainly.

25 Jesus het hulle geantwoord … 30 Ek en die Vader is Een.

ἀπεκρίθη αὐτοῖς ὁ Ἰησοῦς … 30 ἐγὼ καὶ ὁ Πατὴρ ἕν ἐσμεν.

Jesus answered them … 30 I and my Father are One.

31 Toe tel die Jode klippe op dat hulle Hom kon stenig,

Ἐβάστασαν πάλιν λίθους οἱ Ἰουδαῖοι ἵνα λιθάσωσιν αὐτόν.

Then the Jews took up stones again to stone him.

39 en het Hom ook toe probeer vang,

Ἐζήτουν οὖν αὐτὸν πάλιν πιάσαι·

Therefore they sought again to take him :

maar Hy het uit hul hand uit weggestap.

καὶ ἐξῆλθεν ἐκ τῆς χειρὸς αὐτῶν.

but he escaped out of their hand

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Evening hours begin the morning – Nisan 13/14

17 Jun

Evening hours begin the morning – Nisan 13/14 – Read the full article on BibleStudents.co.za

The evening hours … began the morning
The evening that begins the day of Nisan 14 is Nisan 13


Nisan 14 that begins the evening of Nisan 13 is the Lord’s Passover.  It is the day that leaven is removed from the home and the Passover Lamb is killed.  It is the preparation day for the Annual High Sabbath that is the first day of Passover – Nisan 15 that begins the evening of Nisan 14.


BG, praise God! I agree 100%!!

See, written decades ago, and published unaltered a second time about 5 years ago? … here, http://www.biblestudents.co.za/books/Book%201,%201%20Passover%20to%20Crucifixion.pdf

page 5.


The evening that begins the day of Nisan 14 is Nisan 13.


Yes! The NIGHT- and LAST part that used to be Nisan 13, CHANGED into the first and day-part of what THAT DAY had become Nisan 14. BUT JUST THAT ONCE for the very first passover ever, in Egypt.

See in the sketch “end of 430 years” and of the old dispensation of slavery and bondage that through the passover had become the new era of freedom through the passover – “SUFFERING” – of our Lord Jesus Christ, ONCE for the last passover ever, in Egypt in hell in the Kingdom of the Father.

It is therefore that you will find Nisan 14 ONLY THIS ONCE in the Torah and all the Bible, seen as and named, the passover’s “feast” … 12:14. But already in verse 18, see the FIFTEENTH of the First Month IMPLIED for having become the PERMANENT, “Feast-of-passover”.


It is the night of the Lord’s Passover Meal with the disciples.

– Read the full article on BibleStudents.co.za

Lost Passover

2 Feb

The Lost Passover – Bone-Day [etsem yom] incidences – Read the full article on BibleStudents.co.za

…in Genesis …

Genesis 7

“11 In THE SAME DAY [HADZEH YOM] all the fountains of the great deep were broken up … 13 in THE SELFSAME WHOLE DAY BONE DAY [etsem yom] entered Noah … into the ark.” “…in the selfsame whole day bone day… [etsem yom] …as when in the days of Noah an ark was being prepared the longsuffering of God waited wherein souls through watery [grave] were saved … by the Resurrection of Christ… For Christ has once suffered for [our] sins that He might bring us to God, He being put to death in the flesh but quickened by the Spirit.” 1Peter 3:20,21,18.

Genesis 17

“23 Abraham circumcised the flesh of their foreskin in THE


had said unto him …7 I will establish my covenant between

me and thee and thy Seed [Christ]… 26 in THE SELFSAME WHOLE DAY BONE DAY [etsem yom] (stricken in age) Abraham was circumcised… And the LORD appeared unto him… pass not away from thy servant… wash your feet and rest yourself under the tree… Abraham fetched a calf… a young man hasted to dress it… And [the LORD] stood by them and they did eat. And [the LORD] said, I will certainly return unto thee according to the time of life; and lo, (waxed old) Sarah thy wife shall have a son… at the appointed time I

shall return.”

Genesis 50

“20 God meant to bring to pass as it is THIS DAY to save

much people alive. 21 Now fear ye not : I will nourish you and your little ones. And he comforted them and spake kindly to them. 24 And Joseph said unto his brethren, I DIE : and God will surely visit you and bring you out of this land unto the land which He sware unto Abraham, to Isaac and to Jacob. 25 And Joseph took an oath of the children of Israel, saying, God will surely visit you, and ye shall carry up from hence myBONES—26 SO JOSEPH DIED being an hundred and ten years old : and [having been buried in a grave] they embalmed him, and he was PUT IN A COFFIN in Egypt…”

The Book of Genesis ended with Joseph’s burial day and future care of his bones—fulfilled in the Book of Exodus.

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Passover Calendar – Month’s Feast of Sabbaths

1 Dec

A new illustration by Gerhard Ebersöhn – The Passover Calendar and a Month’s Feast of Sabbaths

Month’s Feast of Sabbaths – View on Bible Students

Full Moon in the Bible

28 Apr

Full Moon in the Bible ***Updated 2014-05-12

Why is Easter on a Different Date Each Year?


Click here to read the full discussion on BibleStudents.co.za

Bone Day

9 Sep

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The first, all passovers after, and The Last Passover

Who have heard of the ‘BONE-day’ of the Suffering of Jesus? In KJV terminology, Who have heard of “the Selfsame Day” of the Passover of Yahweh?


Bones and Selfsame Day are important topics in the scriptures. I’m not sure what you have in mind but let us know.

Here is a few on bones,

Ps 34:20 He keepeth all his bones: not one of them is broken.
Joh 19:31 The Jews therefore, because it was the preparation, that the bodies should not remain upon the cross on the sabbath day, (for that sabbath day was an high day,) besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away.

Joh 19:36 For these things were done, that the scripture should be fulfilled, A bone of him shall not be broken.

Heb 11:22 By faith Joseph, when he died, made mention of the departing of the children of Israel; and gave commandment concerning his bones.

Eph 5:30 For we are members of his body, of his flesh, and of his bones.

2Ki 13:21 And it came to pass, as they were burying a man, that, behold, they spied a band of men; and they cast the man into the sepulchre of Elisha: and when the man was let down, and touched the bones of Elisha, he revived, and stood up on his feet.

His Bones were not to be broken!


Or severed!

Who has THOUGHT about the ‘bone-DAY’? It is a key concept to the understanding of Christ’s last passover on earth.

Find out just why it is so important; find out what the BONE-

day of the passover – IN BOTH THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS – was.

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Simon van Sirene draer van die laaste eerste gerf

9 Sep

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Simon van Sirene draer van die laaste eerste gerf

Simon van Sirene was geen toevaligheid of irrelevantheid nie!

“Hulle het ’n sekere Simon van Cirene wat van die veld // land af gekom het, gedwing om sy kruis te dra.”

Levitikus 23


In die Eerste Maand op die veertiende dag … mid-namiddag is die pasga van die HERE


As julle oes

When ye shall reap the harvest

Hotan theridzeete teen to therismon

moet julle die eerstelinggerf na die priester bring

ye shall bring a sheaf of the firstfruits unto the priest

kai oisete to draghma apargeen pros ton jerean


As julle die opbrings van die land oes

When ye (begin) the harvest

Hotan theridzeete

Moet jy met die kant van jou land begin;

thou shalt (first) reap at the corners of thy field;

ton therismon [toe arghoe] tees ghees humoon

Jy mag die kante // hoeke van die oes van jou land nie heeltemal afoes nie

Thou shalt not make clean riddance when thou reapest

Oe suntelesete to loipon toe therismoe toe arghoe soe

of die are wat op die grond val, optel nie

neither shalt thou gather any gleanings

kai ta apopiptonta ou sullekseis

Jy moet dit vir die arme en vreemdeling los”—

Thou shalt leave them unto the poor and to the stranger”—

Tooi ptoogooi kai tooi proseelutooi hupoleipseis auta.

… om op te tel vir sy eerstelinggerf wat die priester sal ophef en beweeg. (15)

In die Eerste Maand op die veertiende dag van die maand

“… toe hulle uitgaan, kry hulle ’n [arm?] man van Cirene [’n “vreemdeling” in Jerusalem]  wat hulle Klip genoem het— ‘Simon’— ‘Klip’—  vir klipsteen “arm”? Geensins! ‘Klip’, vir “Die Wet”— “volgens die Skrifte” die Wet op kliptafels gegraveer— die pasga-Skrifte of “wet van Moses”, die ‘Torah’.

Hulle het hom “gedwing”

[Hier! Jy! Klipkop! Dis jou gerfie wat jy daar op jou skouer dra — soos toe – soos julle vertel – jou oupas uit Egipte gevlug het? Los daai gerf en kom hier! Kom speel dis jou gerfie hierdie … Sý paal, ja. Vir jou priester, hê? Arme drommel, tel die ding op en bring dit vir hom aan!]

Matteus skryf: “Hulle het ’n sekere Simon van Cirene wat van die veld // land af gekom het, gedwing om sy kruis te dra.” Markus vertel (1979 Vertaling): “Die soldate het (’n naamlose) ‘iemand’ wat daar verbygekom het, gekommandeer om Jesus se kruis te dra.” Markus moes dus eers op ’n later stadium uitgevind het, “Dit was iemand met die naam, Simon”; en nóg later, dat dit iemand – “Simon van Sirene” – was. En uiteindelik, dat hierdie man, pa was van blykbaar twee bekende lidmate van die jong Sekte van Jesus die Nasarener, “Aleksander en Rufus”.

Duidelik was Simon onbekend— maar net nog ’n “vreemdeling” wat dit in die materialistiese stad Sirene ‘nie kon maak nie’ en sy fortuin in die welvarende Romeinse staat van Judea kom soek het— presies die klas van mens vir wie dit in die LXX sê, die are wat geval het, gelos moes word! ‘ta apopiptonta toe therismoe soe oe sullekseis! Tooi ptoogooi kai tooi PROSEELUTOOI hupoleipseis auta!’

Die Hebreeus vir die Griekse, ‘proseelutos’, is ‘gher’, ‘sojourner’, ‘uitlander’, ‘immigrant’, ‘trekarbeider’, in nywerheids-eeu taal, ‘tydelike werker’. Maar van belang in evangeliese verband is hier, dat hierdie “vreemdeling”, “iemand” was wat “proseliet” van die Joodse geloof was wat getrou sy eerste gerf vir daardie pasga agter die eienaars van die land se oesters gaan loop “optel” het en “gebring het”: presies soos die Joodse Wet voorskryf!  Vergelyk Jakobus 5:4-6.

“Toe hulle Jesus weglei, gryp hulle ’n  sekere Simon van Cirene [’n Egiptenaar?] wat van die veld af gekom het, en sit die kruis op hom om dit  agter Jesus aan te dra.” Lukas 23:26. Markus 15:21

“die oes” / “land” / “veld”

[‘ton therismon … toe arghoe … tees ghees’]

“gryp” [‘epilabomenos’] hom”

“sit [‘epetheekan’] die kruis op”

“hulle bring [‘feroesin’] hom”

“aan te dra” [‘ferein’]

Simon van Sirene herinner aan Levitikus 23:22 en die “oes” of “afsny” / “kort sny” [“reap” / “shorten”] en “insamel” van die “oes” van “die kante” [‘hoeke’] van die “land” vir die “eerste gerf”. Daar het hy “are” [‘gleanings’] wat vir armes gelos word, “opgetel” of “versamel” vir sy “eerste gerf”— “eerste gerf” “van die oes // veld // land // aarde”— “eerste gerf” “aangedra” en “gebring” “vir die priester”— “vir Die Priester”, “Jesus Koning van die Jode” — “Eerste Gerf” “geoes” / “afgesny” / “opgehef” [‘asaf’ – ‘sullekseis’ / ‘sunakseis’ – ‘sullambanoo’ / ‘sullegohoo’] “aan die kruis”.

Lukas 22:53,54— “Dag vir dag was  Ek saam met  julle in die tempel en julle het nie die hande teen My uitgesteek [‘gegryp’] nie; maar [vandag] is dit julle uur [ of ‘dag’] en die mag van die duisternis. En terselfdertyd het hulle Hom gevange geneem [‘sullambanoo’] en weggelei en Hom in die huis van die hoëpriester gebring [‘eiseeghagon’ // ‘fereete to draghma’ Levitikus 23:12.

“Gryp hom” [‘epilabomenos’: “lay hold on” KJV]—

Eksodus 12:35,36 “Hulle het van die Egiptenare goed / goedere / artikels geëis”: “demanded from” [‘eeiteesan para’];

“Hulle het die Egiptenare berowe.” (KJ: “spoiled” / “stripped the Egyptians”) [‘eskuleusan’ uit ‘natsal’ Eksodus 12:36]

Hulle het Simon se “artikel” “geroof” en sy ‘eerste gerf’ (“op die skouer”) “afgeneem” en in die plek daarvan moes hy Jesus die “Eerste Gerf van die eerstelinge” se “kruis dra” en “vir die priester” – “Ons Hoëpriester” – “bring”.

Levitikus 23, “Jy moet die gerf bring”, ‘oisete’ kom van ‘feroo’, presiese sinoniem van “(aan)dra”, ‘areei’ – ‘airoo’ Matteus 27:32.

In Levitikus “jy MOET bring // dra”, Bevelsvorm; In Matteus, “hulle het hom GEDWING om te bring // dra”, eenghareusan hina areei”.

In Levitikus om die “gerf”, te “dra” of te “bring”.

In die Evangelies om jou (Simon van Cirene) ‘stauros’, “kruis”,

“op te tel” en te “dra” of te “bring” – ‘airein’ / ‘lambanein’ Matteus 10:38; 16:24.

“Soos Moses die slang verhoog het, so moet die Seun van die Mens verhoog / opgelig word” Johannes 3:14 (8:28). ‘hupsootheenai’, Hebreeus, ‘gaah’, Exodus 15:1, 21.  Levitikus 23:11 ‘anoisei to draghma’ “die gerf optel”.

Levitikus 23:11,12— ‘Oisete to draghma  kai anoisei to draghma tehi epaurion tees prootees [tou pascha] … kai poieesete en teei heemerai en heei fereete to draghma.’

Dit was “die eerste dag van die pasga”, “die veertiende dag van die Eerste Maand”, “wat hull altyd die pasga geslag het”; “suurdeeg moet verwyder”; en “die eerste gerf … afsny … en bring het”.

Simon van Sirene was geen toevaligheid of onsaaklikheid nie!

“Hulle het ’n sekere Simon van Cirene wat van die veld // land // oes af gekom het, gedwing om sy kruis te dra.”

“Oes” en “veld” of “land” is beswaarlik onderskeibaar. Vergelyk Openbaring 14:15—

“die oes van die aarde het oorryp geword.

[‘ekseeránthee ho therismós tees ghees.’]

Hy het sy sekel oor die aarde laat gaan / ingesteek

[‘Ébalen ho drépanon autoe epi teen gheen’]

en die aarde is afgemaai.”

[‘kai etherísthee hee ghee.’]

Johannes 4:35—

“die oes kom …

[‘ho therismós érgetai’]

“aanskou die lande / velde

[‘theásasthe tas gooras’]

“dat hulle al wit is vir die oes.”

[‘hoti leukaí eisin pros therismón’]

“Hy wat maai / oes ontvang loon / oes

[‘Ho therídzoon misthón lambánei’]

“en vergader vrug / oes.”

[‘kai sunághei karpon’]

Eksodus 23:16—

“Die oes” – ‘therismós’,

… is “die fees van die oes”, ‘heortéén therismóé’;

… is “die oes van die eerstelinge”, ‘heortéén therismóé prootoghenneemátoon’;

… “en die oes … fees van voltooiїng”, ‘kai heortéén sunteléías’;

… is “die oes … in die insameling”, ‘en teei sunaghooghééí’;

… is “die oes … van you arbeid”, ‘heortee … toon érghoon sou’;

… is “die oes … uit jou land / veld / grond”, ‘ek toe arghóé soe’.

Simon van Cirene het van die oes // oes-veld // oes-land // oes-werk af gekom, en hulle het hom van sy “eerste gerf oes”, “geroof” en hom “gedwing” om in die plek daarvan Jesus se “kruis” soos ’n ‘eerste gerf’, “te dra”— volgens die Wet “op die heel* eerste dag wanneer hulle altyd** die pasga moes*** slag” en die “eerste gerf” moes “aandra na die priester”.

* Eksodus 12:15a

** ‘hóte éthuon’ Imperfektum Markus 14:12

*** ‘heeméra heei édei thúesthai’ Lukas 15:7