Three Days and Three Nights

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Three Days and Three Nights

Did Yeshua fail to fulfil His own prophecy of 3 days and 3 nights in the Earth?

Or could tradition be wrong?

About the Book

Modern Christianity teaches that Jesus was crucified on a Friday (hence, Good Friday) and rose from the grave on a Sunday (Easter Day). If this is true how could Yeshua have fulfilled the prophecy He spoke in Matthew 12:40, which says,  

For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth?

This is very confusing because if Yeshua was buried on Friday and rose on Sunday, the most time you can count is 1 day and 2 nights!




Series: Biblical Roots Series, Book 5
About the Author
Revd. Clive Pooley

About the Author
Revd. Clive Pooley formerly taught Religious Studies in a secondary school, before undergoing theological training and becoming a pastor in East London for 15 years. For 12 years he was the senior pastor, leading the congregation into revival and seeing God’s goodness cascade through the members of the church and out into the ethnically diverse community.

As a result the congregation rapidly grew in confidence as they ministered to people outside the four walls of the church building, becoming church. As a result more and more people came alive in the Spirit of God. There was also an increased desire for holiness amongst church members especially as they sought to know God and His ways more fully.

His passion is for people to meet personally with Jesus, to experience the Father’s love and encounter the healing power of the Holy Spirit and so live transformed lives bringing change to their community. Clive continues to write and teach, and minister wherever and whenever.

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