Category Archives: Easter

They Should Have Known

Consider the following passages (all from the N.K.J.V.): From that time Jesus began to show to His disciples that He must go to Jerusalem, and suffer many things from the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and … Continue reading

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Was Jesus Crucified On Thursday?

Jimmy DeYoung is quite a guy. He lives in Jerusalem and is a world renowned journalist, conference speaker, author, and expert on Bible prophecy. He is seen on the Day of Discovery television program, is heard on all kinds of … Continue reading

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Was Jesus Crucified On Wednesday?

The worldwide consensus opinion is that Jesus was crucified on Friday. Because of this the Friday before Easter has come to be known as Good Friday. There are, however, some minority opinions on the subject. With this post I’ll explore … Continue reading

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Where Did Christ’s Soul Go After His Death? (part 2)

For centuries the classic King James translation of the Bible was the favored one for the English-speaking world. Many of us grew up reading the K.J.V. and memorizing its verses, and undoubtedly it’s a generally solid translation. Unfortunately, the way … Continue reading

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Where Did Christ’s Soul Go After His Death? (part 1)

In the days leading up to Easter Sunday, I had two different people ask me the same question: “Where did Christ’s soul go after His death?” So I felt led of the Lord to build my Easter sermon around that … Continue reading

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Easter Bells

During Napoleon’s Austrian campaign his army closed in on the town of Feldkirch. With their town seemingly without hope, the Christians gathered in a little church to pray. As it so happened it was the night before Easter Sunday. The … Continue reading

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Be Sure To Get All The Message

In Napoleon’s day, long-range signaling was done by means of semaphoring. So when news of the battle of Waterloo came in to England, a signalman on board a ship semaphored the first word, “Wellington.” Then he sent the next word, … Continue reading

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