Easter Monday... what's that all about, then? Although Easter Monday is not celebrated by the Christian church, it is officially the first day after Jesus returned to Earth as a ghost. Now, here's the confusing bit... Jesus then remained on Earth for 40 days, visitng people (as you do, you know? Uncles.. Aunt.. Grandparents...) and after that time he ascended to Heaven. Therefore, every single day of those 40 days should be the 1st.. 2nd... 3rd.. ... .. nth.. day after Jesus came back.

Those pesky Christians will do anything for a holiday!
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Easter Monday... what's that all about, then? Although Easter Monday is not celebrated by the Christian church, it is officially the first day after Jesus returned to Earth as a ghost. Now, here's the confusing bit... Jesus then remained on Earth for 40 days, visitng people (as you do, you know? Uncles.. Aunt.. Grandparents...) and after that time he ascended to Heaven. Therefore, every single day of those 40 days should be the 1st.. 2nd... 3rd.. ... .. nth.. day after Jesus came back.

Those pesky Christians will do anything for a holiday!
cerberus97 wrote: Easter Monday... what's that all about, then? Although Easter Monday is not celebrated by the Christian church, it is officially the first day after Jesus returned to Earth as a ghost. Now, here's the confusing bit... Jesus then remained on Earth for 40 days, visitng people (as you do, you know? Uncles.. Aunt.. Grandparents...) and after that time he ascended to Heaven. Therefore, every single day of those 40 days should be the 1st.. 2nd... 3rd.. ... .. nth.. day after Jesus came back.

Those pesky Christians will do anything for a holiday!


So those who don't believe in Jesus, they love the holidays as well :P

Yup, he walk around and visit people. But people didn't believe he was Jesus, he show them his hands and feet where he was nailed to the cross.

Notice the bible will mention 40 days? During the time of Noah... it rain for 40 days and 40 night? Jesus pray in the Garden for 40 days... What so special about 40 days?
daisyjane wrote: Notice the bible will mention 40 days? During the time of Noah... it rain for 40 days and 40 night? Jesus pray in the Garden for 40 days... What so special about 40 days?


Mentioning 146 times in Scripture, the number 40 generally symbolizes a period of testing, trial or probation. During Moses' life he lived forty years in Egypt and forty years in the desert before God selected him to lead his people out of slavery.

Moses was also on Mount Sinai for 40 days and nights, on two separate occasions (Exodus 24:18, 34:1 - 28), receiving God's laws. He also sent spies, for forty days, to investigate the land God promised the Israelites as an inheritance (Numbers 13:25, 14:34).

The prophet Jonah powerfully warned ancient Nineveh, for forty days, that its destruction would come because of its many sins. The prophet Ezekiel laid on His right side for 40 days to symbolize Judah's sins (Ezekiel 4:6).

Elijah went 40 days without food or water at Mount Horeb. Jesus was tempted by the devil not just three times, but MANY times during the 40 days and nights he fasted just before his ministry began. He also appeared to his disciples and others for 40 days after his resurrection from the dead.

http://www.biblestudy.org/bibleref/meaning-of-numbers-in-bible/40.html

daisyjane wrote: Yup, he walk around and visit people. But people didn't believe he was Jesus, he show them his hands and feet where he was nailed to the cross.


So he showed them holes in his hands and feet, and everyone thought he was Pinocchio? :lol:
cerberus97 wrote:
So he showed them holes in his hands and feet, and everyone thought he was Pinocchio? :lol:

You are just way to funny :lol:
daisyjane wrote:
cerberus97 wrote:
So he showed them holes in his hands and feet, and everyone thought he was Pinocchio? :lol:

You are just way to funny :lol:


Unintentionally, Daisy :o