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SNT 0271 Three Suppers: John 12

Three Suppers: John 12   

March 28, 1965

Teaching on the three suppers and two anointings in the Gospels, showing the difference between similar and identical accounts.
SNT – 271

Topic: draft, Jesus, Passover, supper, last supper, disciples, suffer, eaten, Simon, bore, cross, Matthew, crucified
Format: audio
Publication Date: 03-28-65

Victor Paul Wierwille was a Bible scholar and teacher for over four decades.

By means of Dr. Wierwille's dynamic teaching of the accuracy and integrity of God's Word, foundational class and advanced class graduates of Power for Abundant Living have learned that the one great requirement for every student of the Bible is to rightly divide the Word of Truth. Thus, his presentation of the Word of God was designed for students who desire the in-depth-accuracy of God’s Word.

In his many years of research, Dr. Wierwille studied with such men as Karl Barth, E. Stanley Jones, Glenn Clark, Bishop K.C. Pillai, and George M. Lamsa. His formal training included Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Theology degrees from Mission House (Lakeland) College and Seminary. He studied at the University of Chicago and at Princeton Theological Seminary from which he received a Master of Theology degree in Practical Theology. Later he completed his work for the Doctor of Theology degree.

Dr. Wierwille taught the first class on Power for Abundant Living in 1953.

Books by Dr. Wierwille include: Are the Dead Alive Now? published in 1971; Receiving the Holy Spirit Today published in 1972; five volumes of Studies in Abundant Living— The Bible Tells Me So (1971), The New, Dynamic Church (1971), The Word's Way (1971), God's Magnified Word (1977), Order My Steps in Thy Word (1985); Jesus Christ Is Not God (1975); Jesus Christ Our Passover (1980); and Jesus Christ Our Promised Seed (1982).

Dr. Wierwille researched God's Word, taught, wrote, and traveled worldwide, holding forth the accuracy of God's "wonderful, matchless" Word.

1Co 15:4; (Scripture list relating to topic: Mat 26:13; Mar 14:1-9; Joh 12:1-9; 13:1-20; Mat 26:20; Mar 14:17; Luk 22:14); Joh 12:1, 2

Joh 12:2-9; Mat 26:1, 2, 6-13; Mar 14:3, 4

Joh 13:1-20; Mat 26:20-30

Isa 53:6






SUMMARY KEYWORDS: Jesus, Passover, supper, last supper, disciples, suffer, eaten, Simon, bore, cross, Matthew, crucified

For those of you who have served under the My ministry on the accuracy of God's word, and we have worked this word in the foundational class, I think all of you know that Jesus Christ did not die on so called Good Friday, right? How in the world could he have died on Good Friday and got up on Easter Sunday and had three days and three nights? That's right. So, I have drawn this on the board, as I've taught it in all the foundational classes as well as it's written in the book. One of the books I forget with that we written, but Christ died on Wednesday. At three o'clock, our time, on Wednesday, the 14th of knights on, which is a day of preparation. The 15th of nighttime is the Passover, the Passover. Now, the Passover, started with sunset. For convenience sake, we'll say six o'clock. You must always remember that that the Jewish day started with the sunset of the night, the board. Our day starts at midnight, there started with sunset, approximately six o'clock in the evening. And so Thursday, sunset would be on our Wednesday, the understand that our Wednesday sunset would begin Thursday for the Jews for biblical reckoning. And so he died and was buried some time between three and 6pm sunset. And from Wednesday, to this time on Thursday, to this time on Friday, for this time on Saturday, would give you the period of 72 hours, three days, 1233 days and three nights in the heart of the earth. And He rose as it says in first Corinthians chapter 15, I believe, verse two or three someplace in there, it said he arose on what day, God third days, and very early on the fourth day, which we referred to as Easter Sunday, very early in the morning, maybe around four o'clock or so the women came to the tomb. And they found out when they got there that he had already watched with the Scripture is in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John telling about the appearance on so called Easter Sunday mornings. Every reference in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John said that when they got there, he was already up. He had what was and therefore He arose as the scripture says on the third day, sometimes before the hour of 6pm, or 6pm, would start watching the fourth. Now, once you have established this, this time element, and there's no no no way whereby you can miss it if you can read the script. Because it says very plainly in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, that on the first day of the week, the women came with, with a SIP occur early in the morning, the first day of the week, would correspond to our Sunday. And then knowing that he arose on this day, which would then take us back to the 14th of nighttime on Wednesday, the 14th. Then we have this like in a bite so far. Wednesday, the Sunday is in a bite, you can't get out of it. And all I need to do then is to count. I go from 14 I go forward, I've got 15 on Thursday 16 on Friday 17 on Saturday 18th On Sunday, we'll keep right on going. The Jews had 29 and 30 days in a month. Some time we're going to work this with you people Dr. Bell's going to work this with you in detail sometime in the future. They had one month of 29 then a month of 39 a month of 29 then a month of 30 which is generally the way it works. They had 29 and 30 days in the month, then every third year, they had an inner calorie month where they would put one month of 30 days into the year which would give them 13 months in that year. And whenever you have those 13 months in the year.


This makes it possible in three years time to say in line with the solar system understand astronomically speaking. Now, this is why we know from the accuracy of the scriptures The dates that are involved here and how simple this thing becomes. Then if I back it up the day before the 14th is the 13th, but not has to be a Tuesday or Wednesday is on the 14th. Right? So Monday would be the 12th, the 11th, the 10th, the ninth, and Thursday the eighth. And here we begin, in the Scripture tonight, the work and the set some of these things, and I'd like to show you something here that I believe is different than what I knew a year or some two years ago. I believe that the days before the Passover, start with this being the first day before the Passover, I think the mistake has been made to begin with this mistake has been made. That we have said the day before the Passover was the 14th. I believe that the day before the Passover is figured as the 13th. And let me tell you why. Because the Passover lamb was killed at what hours at three o'clock. And technically, the Passover started at three o'clock with the killing of the Lamb, although the Passover day did not start till sunset when they would eat the Passover. This is very important. And we'll show you why later on. Because we've been confused about the time of the Last Supper. And the last supper is one of the things we're going to cover tonight. Now, so the day before the first day before the Passover would be the Thursday, I would be two days a 13th. Of nice song, or a bit as the Bible would call it. Our bed was the old Hebrew, Aramaic word for the first month of the year. The first month of the year is the only month that's mentioned in the Bible. My rise a bit after the Babylonian captivity, it was changed from our bed to nighttime, and I am and then the rest of the month, the second month was given a name and the third month was given a name and the fourth month, the same way with the days of the week elbow, there's only one day mentioned in the Bible. What is the Sabbath, the Sabbath is the only day which is mentioned. The rest of them are the first day of the week, the second day of the week, the third day of the week, the fourth day, fifth, the sixth day, and then the seventh day which is a Sabbath. Now, the second day before the Passover would be the 12th. On Monday, the third day before the Passover would be Sunday, the 11th. The first day before the Passover would be Saturday the 10th. And the fifth day before the Passover would be Friday, the ninth of a bed or nighttime and the sixth day before the Passover would be Thursday, the eighth of nighttime. In John chapter 12. Verses one to nine. We have the first supper and the first anointing. Make a note of that. In Matthew 26 verses six to 13. And Mark chapter 14 verses London nine. We have the second supper and the second anointing want me to give you that again. All right now, listen carefully. It's not difficult at all. I'm just telling you where we're going to find. John chapter 12 Verses one denying gives us first supper. And the first one it Matthew 26 six to 13 will give the second supper and the second anointing and also the same scripture of Mark 14 one nine the third supper. The third supper is called by people the Lord's Supper. It is the Last Supper. The reason it's called The Last Supper is because this is the last supper Jesus ate.


Last time he ate here upon Earth is called his last supper. And this is the third supper mentioned in the Scripture. And this is a John 14 Verses one to 20 and in Matthew and in Matthew 26 Verse 20 Mark, chapter 14, verse 17. And in Luke, chapter 22, verse 14. Now I want to read from the scriptures with you tonight, the first supper as it's recorded in John coils. You see, basically everybody has said that these suffers are synonymous, they're identical. And tonight I'm going to show you from reading the word and you reading it yourself that they couldn't possibly be identical, and that the anointing couldn't be identical because of the facts which are set forth in the Word of God. First of all, in verse one, then Jesus was six days, six days, Catherine continuity, that first verse All right, six days before the Passover, is there any guesswork about that? It tells us what, the days before the Passover. And if you take it back, six days before the Passover, here's the first day, second day, third day, fourth day, fifth, six days before the Passover, you even have the day of the week, and you have the day of the month. So on six days before the Passover, which would be on a Thursday, the eighth and ninth Bond, he came to Bethany, where Lazarus one. Verse two says, There they made him a one suffer. And Martha there was a whole family was together. I love this. When Jesus comes to the Bethany, with houses, he goes, Why? Because of the love that was there between Jesus and Mary and Martha and Lazarus. The medicine, they made him a supper and Martha did was that Lazarus was one of them that sat at the table with him when they're wonderful. He who had been dead, got up and had supper together. Two days, after you know all these things, then took Mary Now look at this very carefully, don't miss any of these things in words, then took Mary a pound of lots of spices, very costly, add a noise that was the feet of Jesus and wipe his feet with her head. And the house was filled with the odor of the occupants. there in verse three, you've got to make some notes. First notes you have to make that the anointing was by Oh, Mary, that's number one. Secondly, that it was a pound of us. Pound about birdly be anointed, that was he of Jesus, those three truths and that birds very important. anointed the feet of Jesus and wiped His feet with her hair. I'm not getting that. And I know you need the others because after this and see our important this becomes an both thorough note very carefully. Then set as a i th is pronounced house. Step. Then step one of his disciples, Judas Iscariot, Simon son, which should be played him Why was not disappointment sold for 300 pounds and given to the poor. This he said, not that he cared for the poor, but because he was a walk and have the bag and bear what was put there in and here you might make this tremendous note Oh, that it was Judas Iscariot, who asked the question, Judas Iscariot asked the question, why was not this appointment Oh, and the money of some it's given to the fullest. Now those seven then said gee let her alone against the day of my burying has been tested. For the poor always you have whiskey, but we have not always much people are the Jews are born knew that he was there and they came not for Jesus sake only but that they might be Lazarus also could be had was raised From them, in verse seven, de fer said, let her alone against the day or night Barry has done this. This fact he must also note on your paper that in this incident at the time of his supper at this after this suffered, this is what occurred. And that Jesus said that she did this and like in a reserve for his last burial, and he said, let her alone, okay. Now, there you have the first supper, and the first one on. The second one is written in Matthew 26. Now take your Bibles go to Matthew 26. Now Matthew 26. And it came to pass when Jesus has been it's all these sayings. He said unto his disciples, verse two carefully, you know, that after two days is the feast of art. And a Son of Man is the is the place to be was crucified, will be crucified. Now, that two days is the key. That two days is the key. Do days before the last while the one in John was how many days? That entirely different times highly different days, two days before the Passover would bring you to Monday. Which would start when at six o'clock on Sunday said here on on the 11th which would be on a Sunday. So Sunday evening. Sunday evening, we're going to have this supper two days before while this supper here was held on what evening? On a Wednesday evening. Wednesday evening, six days, or wait a minute. Was it held here in the evening? Or was it held? What did we read a while ago? Those before he came? That's right, six days before he came, and then they made him a last supper. So this would fit in here while this supper was two days before this was on the evening. The night here is what we would call the night of the 11th of nighttime. Understand, two days before the Passover, the Son of Man is be prayed to be crucified. Now, when Jesus was invested in verse six, in Bethany, where was he? The wall ago in John chapter 12. In Bethany, therefore, they say it's identical No Why don't we read the rest in the house of Sinaloa Wiley, John, he was in the house of Marian Martha Lazarus painters day as next door. Verse seven. There came on to him a woman having an alabaster box of very precious pointment and poured it on his head as he sat at meters and italic out those days, but when his disciples solid, they had indignation pain. So what perfect is this wait for the pointment might have been sold for much and given to the poor. When Jesus understood it, he said unto them, Why probably the woman or she has robbed his good work upon me. Or he have the poor always with you, but we have not that always those files for him that he had poured that went on my body, he did it for my burial, barely I FAMU wheresoever, this gospel shall be preached in the whole room. There shall also this that this woman has done the pose for a memorial of Perth. So back to very seven and they're these great to begin. First of all, we know that in verse six that this particular supper was in the house of Simon the lepers, right? Now, we notice in verse seven, that it was an alabaster box of very precious Also we noticed in verse seven, if you must make a note of that, she poured it on his blog. The word poured is the word sprinkle the sprinkle that on his luck. But from the record in Dawn, what did Mary do this entirely different, two entirely different occasions, even though they weren't in the same city and poured it on his head, verse eight, it says the disciples had one. indignation, while in John, it said it was Judas who said it.


It was Judas. Here, it simply was the whole group of disciples teed off about this thing. Whether it ever was said out loud, the word doesn't seem to imply even though it says Say the word saying means that you could say something among yourselves without saying it out loud, you know, and everybody, yeah, fun about it? Well, anyways, inverse playlists. By the way, this, this matter of the disciples had indignation. While I'm thinking about this, I want to read your verse, Mark 14, not 14 verse three, and be in Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, as he said, It is a game a woman having an alabaster box appointment of partners, very precious, and she breaks the box and sprinkle it on his head for the night, and burst forth. And there were some that had indignation within themselves and said, Why was this waste of ointments may be they had indignation within themselves, and said, they were been keyed off about something and you've said to yourself, well, this is exactly what was going on. Well, back to back to Matthew, in verse 12, of the captain is said that he had sprinkled are poured this ointment on my body, she did it for my wife, it was kept for that purpose. And in verse 10, to 13, if you remember all of this, Jesus really says to her, it was used very well. Barely I stand you ready play with this gospel shall be preached and all the world, there shall also this that this woman has done the poll for a memorial of her. And in verse 12, or in that she has sprinkled it or poured disappointment on my body, she did it for my love, burial. Do you see all these differences? Why put together what God has separated? What difference does it make if they had one suffer, two suffers, three suffers seven and it makes no difference whatsoever. Except if the word says there were three suffers, and 290. And if I say that there were only one suffer, and one anointing, then somebody's wrong, either the words wrong, or I'm wrong. There's no question about that. Now, the third supper, you'll see is much different. And it's recorded in John 13.


John chapter 13, verse one, now before the feast of the Passover, when Jesus knew, knew that his hours was come, that he should be part out of this world, unto the Father, Having loved His own, which were in the world, he loved them unto the end, and suffered, the Watts ended. And that word ended has really thrown up less codes a lot of people because if you just read it in the King James, it doesn't make sense. The word isn't ended at all in the text. I'll give you the word that's used in the textbook and right now you can look it up in Jung Soo cards, proven wrong, any of them will cooperate what I'm telling you now, the word and that is the Greek word spelled je e n. Oh men, all you enom em all, you know, mental, which means beginning to take place, the literal meaning of that words, beginning to take place, understand that and suffer and suffer verse two beginning to take place and started, not ended not at the end, the word ended has thrown us for a loop on this thing. But suffer beginning to be started. The devil having put into the heart of Judas Iscariot, Simon son to be trained. Jesus knowing that the Father had given all things into his hands, and that he was come from God went to God, he arrived. He rises from suffer, laid aside His garments and took a towel and go to themselves. After that, he poured water into a basement began to wash the disciples feet, and to wipe them with a towel where when he was washed, then Thomas either Simon Peter, and Peter said unto him, Lord, does not wash my feet. Jesus I said, I did while I do thou no, it's not now but thou shalt know hereafter. Leaders have never watched and it doesn't just sound like Oh, Pete. You're never gonna watch Nike. Jesus answered him, if I watch the knots, I'll have neither part they'll have no part with Me. And Simon Peter says, to me, Lord, not my feet only but also my hands had my hands raised by Jesus said to him, he's at his last word wars, here is a word based in the text.


He was taken aback, you know, in Highbury, luck, Braille or that's something you put it someplace else. Leaders not leaders not say not saved is the word but the UD need a bath to wash his feet. Or was second word, but there is for he is clean everywhere. And he are clean, but not lost. And who was that? Judas. And this occurred before they started to do us at the beginning of the suffering, you know, when it's common to gather, like we have a potluck, we're going to eat at 630 at six o'clock, we begin to suffer because we're beginning to come together understand. Or he knew who should be trade and therefore said he, you're not all clean. So after he had washed their feet, very flat Wales, and had taken the assignments and was set down again, he said of them, no he what I've done to you. You call me Master and Lord and you say well, for so I am. If I then your Lord and Master of last year, he also ought to wash one another's feet, where I have given you an example that you should do as I have done you barely barely I send you that permit is not greater than his luck. Neither is He that is greater than he's attentive. If you know the things, Happy are ye if you do them and ladies, gentlemen, here I want to share something. How many of you come out of church background that believe you must carry on baptism? Hold up your hand. Well, most of you, I think perhaps all right. Why do you carry on baptism and not footwashing? That's right. And I like to say our to the brethren tonight, you know, the brother in denomination, we still got football men and I wrote a message comes out of this background. That July. Rebecca we're real. And I tell you until I knew the record in in add, that a greater baptism of the Spirit replaced the water until I knew that I was in a real quandary. You know why? Because there was water baptism in the gospels, but there was also footwashing and my denomination was interested in sprinkling little children on baptism, they call it but boy when it came to footwashing they laughed at the brethren for doing it. They laughed at the men are nice and said that crap. But how about the lights? Turn on? Just share logic, right? If you're going to do baptism, you're going to Noah surflogic Hit in the same box like one fellow says put your money on the light or setup. It's either all right. You see the logic simple deeds ascended Alright, they say he instituted the Lord's Supper is what they say we're gonna read one of the institute is the Lord's supper he also instituted Papaji has he said boys are gonna do it? If I have washed your feet that you do us or somebody else wrote it said they used to buy ahead of time as to whom they were gonna sit next to sit there we're gonna watch you pick your best girlfriend you want to sit next to wash your face. So now I'd be particularly I want to sit next to two. I love this way did a wonderful how when you're reading and get honest on this word, how many things open up? Then verse 23 says Then the disciples look, or 20 Where was it? I was 17 Either the bad days to pick it up or a blown? Verse 18 I see a lot of you all I know who my uploads, but that the scripture may be fulfilled. He that he does read with me I've lifted up his heel against me. The lift up your deal. Again, someone's been Orientalism. The bishop says it means to revoke.


Now I tell you verse 19, before it comes, that's when that when it comes to pass, he may believe that I am he barely barely I send you these at receiver whomsoever I send receive with me. And he's at receive as we receive a payment.


And so on down the line. Now in the Gospel of Matthew. Matthew 26. This is a tremendous study than it fully something you just have to take your time and dig into. I think we'll start with verse 20. Now would be even what's come, he sat down with one.


And as they did Ed said, barely idea neither one of us shall be crazy and there was sitting sorrowful and began, every one of them to standing Lord is at us. He answered and said he had given his hand with me in the booth, the same cell between the Son of Man Gore's as is written at the end, but what is under that man by his his Son of Man is betrayed would have been good for that man, if he had not been born. Then Judas, which betrayed him answered and said, masteries, that I sent him to him, Dolly said. And as they were eating, Jesus took blood, bread, and blessed it, and brake, and gave to the disciples and said, Take these, this is my body. And he took the cup and gave signs and gave it to them saying, all of it, or this is my blood of the New Testament, the New Covenant, which is said, for many for the remission of sins, verse 29, but I found you I will not bring henceforth to this to the Divine, until that day, when I shall do it with you in my father. And when they have son and him, him, they went out into the amount of work. Now here is where we also have to take a sip of putting this together for Matthew, with Mark and Luke, and that which we read in detail from John, you will find that two days before this night here, this night here was when they had the supper in whose house Simon the leper, six days before he came to juice came to Bethany And that night, they have the supper in the house of Mary and Martha and Lazarus. Here, we had one anointing here, we had another. Now the third suffered, came one night later, one night later, in a room were injured, Jerusalem wasn't our best. That's the idea. And they're in a room, which is referred to as the room of the Last Supper. There he met with that 12 And the last supper occurred on the night of the 12th, which would be doing time the 30 of us, night and this is Rachel and the rest of you people, is what I'm concerned about all of you sees that it must have been this night. And that this two days before must have been here. And six days before the night must have been here. Because after they went out there after they had supper ready to go, the Motavalli and there, Jesus prayed. And they're the soldiers came and took the lot that they brought in Pepsi. And doing this, on the night of the 13th. Understand the night of the 13th, of Nisar, they took him the following day, they would have his luck file, and then your 12 noon, your 12 noon time, your six hour of the day will fit in here. Because by the six hours of the day of the 14th of nice time Jesus was was no no hanging on a cross dead. Because Jesus was crucified on the 14th of nice on at the third hour of the morning. He was hanging on the prod from the third hour in the morning, the third, fourth fifth to the ninth hour. And about the ninth hour, the Scripture says Jesus cried with a loud voice, remember. So he was crucified at about nine o'clock our time, and he hung on the cross till about three o'clock, and then he dies. Now, at 12 o'clock noon, he was this day hanging where and therefore the Gospel says that the gospel one the Gospel says that at 12 O'Clock News, they were interrogating him, how could they be giving him the fifth degree when he was already where and if you'll put that 12 Ladies and gentlemen, that 12 power in here, where it belongs on the currencies are nice on then you all have your Bible of fit like a hand in a glove, all you have to do is change your theology.


And that makes it so the Last Supper, The Last Supper was seated on what we would call our Monday nights, the 12 nights on what an hour Monday night would already because of Jewish reckoning, be their beginning of their 13th of night, the sand because their day started with sun. And so on this night, the eighth The Last Supper. And on this night, then he went out into the Seminary where he prayed. And while He was praying there, the soldiers came. And then of course, you know, there was somebody there. He left his robe behind him because the soldiers tried to capture him and he was the coop. And he got away from them. But he left his outer garment with him. And all of this. And this occurred then and they brought him back on this night, interrogated him at night, during the day and the following night, the following night, which would be the 14th of nights on Jewish reckoning. That night, he sent in what that place called the Praetorian. What is it? That's the Praetorium where he was under the guards remember Jack, the following morning, the following morning before you know the following morning before the day of the Passover, they brought him out, they brought Jesus out. And when they came out of the Praetorium, who did the tests in front of the old fella by the name of Simon out of the reading. And there they were with this tree that cross on which Jesus was to be crucified. And right then when they walk he was out there was Simon of 3d. And they took and they laid the cross on Simon out of 3d and Simon of 3d carries across the Calvary and D says never touched the wooden cross build a nail into his watch this. Now you say to me that the Gospel of John says that Jesus took His cloth. That's right. But I think our friend Jack has drilled that home to all of us. Once upon a time a year or so ago. When he took us through the scriptures one night and showed us at the cross the Jesus board was not a wooden cross. Because ladies and gentlemen he put a barn door every wooden cross in all Europe and all East Asia and all the rest of that ever say this whole, you know, just load yourself up with a piece of timber wouldn't have saved anybody so right? That bearing of that cross that wouldn't cost wasn't what was important, but across the board for you and me on the inside, He who knew no sin became sin so the q&a might become the righteousness of God in Him, right? He became wisdom unto our sanctification. He bore our sins and our iniquity. He bore our diseases. He did all this. This was across the board. That's why when people say they have to bear the cross for Jesus, how much hypocrisy Can you have? Who's good enough in this whole world of ours to bear the cost? Jesus bore? My Dolly 61 A bunch of hypocrisy. That's right. The reason you and I do not have to bear that project because he bores. Amen. Amen. Remember what Isaiah said, I think it's Isaiah, about laid on him. The iniquity what is that in Isaiah 5360. All we like sheep. That's it. All we like sheep have gone astray, but the Lord hath laid on him the iniquity of our soul. And by this strike, he are what he'll, this is why the cross keyboard was a spiritual thing, a physical thing for your redemption and for mine. And the bishop gave us some lights along this from an oriental point of view that I enjoy very much. And that like, you know what the bishop said, the bishop said that in the east, when someone is crucified, they take a little cross many times just a little piece of wood, and they hang it around their neck, to indicate to everybody that they are condemned. Whether this is right or wrong in the case of Jesus, I do not know. But I know one thing that scripture says that he bore hours. He bore our sufferings, He bore our iniquities, he bore all of that, and that's the cross. And that is why, you see when the Passover, when the Hebrew Jewish Passover was the...


it was eaten on the night of the of the 14th, which would be the 15th. of night, son. It was eaten this night. And by that time, Jesus was already dead analog sales. Barry, that's right. And ladies and gentlemen, that time when Jesus died, he died at three o'clock our time, which is the ninth hour. And that was a very hour when the Passover lamb had to be blamed for the feast, which was eat not funny. And that's why that's yours, even though the Jews didn't know it. They didn't know it, but not here. Jesus Christ was the Passover Lamb, the Lamb that was slain from the foundation, Gabon. Amen. And amen. That's something you see how you have three suffers to anointing. And that is this last supper was the last one because it's the last one years on earth. He went out into the 70. And then the soldiers came and they took and then the whole story begin of his death upon the cruel crime. You have any questions you want to ask regarding? Any of you all right, Mr. Hunt.


Start with the board. You want me to explain a little further, is not one day of preparation the first day, all right. Because if Wednesday is the first day of the for the Passover, then he ate his supper here, right? Then he would have eaten his supper on this night, the Last Supper would have been eaten this night. Because if the Last Supper was eaten here, then this matter of the 12 noon hour, where the interrogation of the Gospel does not fit. And if we and I I just the glimpse of that Jack has only been in the scriptures to be rather new within the last few months, that I think I have wrongly figured time because I always thought what Jack has just brought up and I'm glad he brought it so we can really set it I thought that this Ortiz of knights on here. The 14th of knights on was the day before the Passover. And if this was the first day before the Passover, then He ate his supper here, because two days before the Passover would have brought the occurrence of that which we read the Wall ago that occurred two days before understand, then he must have eaten his last supper here. And that would take us into a period of the 40s of nights on which would not fit with the Word of God. And I believe the key lays in this three o'clock business I think it lays in the three o'clock that even though the the Passover started at sunset, because the Passover lamb was killed on the 14th of ninth song, therefore the first day before the Passover would be the first day before the killing of that which is the Passover which is the Lamb but in a bigger sense the Lord Jesus Christ. Okay, anyone else? I know that that is the most difficult part of this let's take these things that I've said to you tonight and you've made notes on them you have your scriptures written down, take it in work at yourself. Take it home, try to work it lets me swear to god feel itself it's not a question of whether I decent or anyone else's The question is it's the word of God does it fit like a hand in the glove? Would it work every scripture and will every scripture fit so you don't have to squeeze with the legit fit like the hand in the glove? If it does, then we can once again say success the Lord right. And ladies and gentlemen, you and I know we stand approved before God because of the way we do one thing and that is rightly divide the word right.