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Wednesday Crucifixion and the Good Friday Myth

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Were you taught Jesus was crucified on Good Friday and arose Easter Sunday morning? Did you ever do the math? That's only 36 hours. In Matthew 12:38-40, the Lord Jesus prophesied that He would be in the heart of the earth "three days AND three nights," a specific period of 72 hours.

The Lord Jesus cannot lie. The current Good Friday tradition is a myth. In order to expose the current Good Friday tradition all we need to do is determine the actual YEAR, MONTH, DAY and HOUR of the Lord Jesus Christ death and burial.

According to commonly accepted tradition, Jesus was crucified on Friday, dying at 3 PM and was raised from the dead Sunday morning. Many are perplexed to try and figure out how you can get three days and three nights. Too many, when all the adding is calculated, it onlly adds up to two nights and one day.

I invite you to join us for a very special broadcast and we explore the Wednesday crucifixion and the Good Friday myth.

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