The Sabbath is Saturday not Sunday and Jesus’s resurrection was on a Saturday indeed

The fact that the Sabbath is not Sunday may come as a shock to you,yet it simply isn’t.

I’ll list the days of the week and their origins and then I’ll list Bible verses about Jesus resurrection day and it isn’t Sunday,yet the simple phrase “toward the first of the sabbaths” has been mistranslated to be “toward the first day of the week”

Sunday which is the first day of the week has it’s origins in Norse Mythology.

As the rest of the week does,yet the sequence of the week really is:Sunday-Saturday.

Sunday originates from Sol’s day and the irony of it all is that Sol is also Sol Invictus in Roman Mythology too.Another thing is this:Sol means Sun.This deifies the Sun.

Monday originates from Mani’s day.Mani is the moon which is the same moon that they say causes the poles to move.Mani is a goddess in Norse mythology.

Tuesday originates from Tiw’s or Tyr’s day which is the Norse equivalent of the Roman war god Mars.

Wednesday originates from Woden’s day.Woden is also Odin who flies in the air according to tradition and that is how we get the Santa Clause flying through the air on reindeer myth.

Thursday originates from Thor’s day.The same Thor of Marvel comics fame.

Friday originates from Frigg’s day.This is a goddess in Norse Mythology.

Saturday originates from Saturn’s day.Saturn is the father of Zeus and also the reason for Saturnalia and Saturnalia is the origin of the 25 days of Christmas too.Saturn is also known as Father Time and the Grim Reaper too.

Now onto the Sabbath.Which day is it?Saturday of course,yet here are Bible verses about it below:

God blessed the seventh day and made it holy and because of it he rested from all the work of creating he did: Genesis 2:3
Then God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it he rested from all the work of creating that he had done.

Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy: Exodus 20:5 Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy.

Now since we have clarified just what is the Sabbath day which is the seventh day of the week.Let’s also delve into what exactly is the day that Jesus resurrected on to clear up any confusion right now.

Here are Bible verses about the day Jesus resurrected on which have been mistranslated and with them the real verses under them:

Matthew 28:1 Now after the Sabbath, toward the dawn of the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to see the tomb.

As you can tell that this says toward the dawn of the first day of the week.This is a mistranslation and I’ll place below here the correct translation for you and this happens in all four gospels:Matthew,Mark,Luke and John and even in Acts so here is the correct rendering of that verse above:

Matthew 28:1 After then Sabbath,it being dawn toward the first Sabbath,came Mary the Magdalene and the other Mary,to see the tomb.

Now you see it.The Bible can speak for itself if you get a correct version of it.This was a high Sabbath they experienced and they were dawn toward the seventh day which is the first Sabbath.

Mark 16:2 And very early on the first day of the week, when the sun had risen, they went to the tomb.

Again they mistranslate this to say first day of the week when it really should say first of the Sabbaths.I’ll place the correct rendering of the verse below:

Mark 16:2 And very early on the first of the Sabbaths,they come to the tomb,having arisen the Sun.

As you can tell it says very early on the first of the Sabbaths.This is correct indeed.

Luke 24:1 On the first day of the week, very early in the morning, the women took the spices they had prepared and went to the tomb.

Again they mistranslate this to say first day of the week,when it should in fact say first of the Sabbaths.I’ll place the correct rendering below:

Luke 24:1 The now first of the Sabbaths,dawn very early to the tomb they came,bringing that prepared spices.

As you can tell it says very early on the first of the Sabbaths.This is correct indeed.

John 20:1 Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the entrance.

As you can tell they mistranslated it to say first day of the week again.Below I will put the correct rendering of the verse:

John 20:1 The now first of the Sabbaths,Mary the Magdalene comes early,dark still it being,to the tomb,and she sees the stone having been removed from the tomb.

As you can tell it says very early on the first of the Sabbaths.This is correct indeed.

Acts 20:7 On the first day of the week we came together to break bread. Paul spoke to the people and, because he intended to leave the next day, kept on talking until midnight.

As you can tell they mistranslated it to say first day of the week when it should say first of the Sabbaths.I’ll put the correct rendering below:

Acts 20:7 By then the first of the Sabbaths,having come together we break bread,the Paul talked to them,about to depart the next day;he continued then the talk until midnight.

As you can tell even when the Apostles celebrated about Jesus resurrection it was on Saturday not Sunday that they did it.

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