67~More About “Victorious Dying”

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BACKGROUND FOR THIS EPISODE

(In Order of Appearance)

NEW TESTAMENT OF THE BIBLE:

Mark 15:33

Revelation 6:12-14

II Peter 3:10-11

John 1:29

I Peter 1:18

Ephesians 6:12

In the Old Testament, the first half of the Bible written in Hebrew, “devil” comes from the word “shed” meaning destroyer.  In the New Testament, the second half of the Bible, “devil” comes from the Greek word “diabolos” meaning accuser.

Matthew 26:41

II Corinthians 12:10

Matthew 16:18

II Thessalonians 1:8-9

Revelation 9:1, 11

II Corinthians 5:21

James 3:6

Matthew 25:30

Jude 13

Matthew 6:23

Matthew 24:12

Matthew 8:12

I Timothy 3::6-7

Luke 10:18

Revelation 9:1

John 11:39

Revelation 21:7-8

Luke 16:22-25

I Corinthians 15:42-44

Hebrews 9:15, 28

Hebrews 10:4

Luke 23:33-34

Matthew 26:41

II Corinthians 12:10

Jon 12:46

Hebrews 5:8

John 10:30

Matthew 4:1-11

Revelation 1:18

Revelation 8:3-4

Acts 2:27

Ephesians 4:8

Matthew 2:46

Matthew 27:47-49

John 19:28-30

II Corinthians 5:21

Luke 23:46

Matthew 27:50

The benefit of Jesus’ death and resurrection was retroactive, covering those who died before the church began.  THE BIBLE, HEBREWS 9:15b; 10:4; 9:28 [NIV] – Now that he has died as a ransom to set them free from the sins committed under the first covenant….because it is impossible for the blood of bulls and goats [form of sacrifice before Jesus came] to take away sins….So Christ was sacrificed once to take away the sins of many people; and he will appear a second time, not to bear sin, but to bring salvation to those who are waiting for him. 

OLD TESTAMENT OF THE BIBLE:

Amos 8:9-10 [PREDICTED ABOUT 750 YEARS BEFORE JESUS]

Exodus 12:3,9

Isaiah 53:4 [PREDICTED 700 YEARS BEFORE JESUS]

Proverbs 6:27

Isaiah 29:15-16

Genesis 24:27, 30

Ezekiel 18:18

Genesis 2:8-14

Psalm 22:1 [PREDICTED 1000 YEARS BEFORE JESUS]

Psalm 22:21 [PREDICTED 1000 YEARS BEFORE JESUS]

Genesis 3:15 [PREDICTED ABOUT 4000 YEARS BEFORE JESUS]

THE MERCK MANUAL OF DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPY

TETANUS – Painful convulsions with profuse sweating are characteristic.  During such convulsions, the patient is unable to speak or cry out because of the rigidity of the chest wall.  The patient’s senses are usually clear, but coma can follow repeated convulsions.

SHOCK – Patients often complain of thirst.  In mild shock, water may be given in small amounts.  In severe shock, nothing should be given by mouth as it often results in sudden death.

CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE – With decrease in cardiac output, marked reduction of renal blood flow is evident, and water often appears.  This fluid retention increases tissue and blood volume and aggravates the circulatory congestion.  

 

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