GABBATHA – JUDGMENT

APPENDIX A

[KOS] THE DARKNESS AND THE DAWN    APPENDIX B

The Three-Fold hour of Prayer - Tamid Sacrifice - Suffering and Death of Yeshua

Three fold hour of Daily prayer, Tamid Sacrifice and Death of Yeshua

Interestingly and Baruch HaShem in our studies we learn that
Rabbi Joshua ben Levi said:

The patriarchs instituted the three daily prayers.

  • Avraham instituted the morning prayer, for it says (Beresheet 19:27): “Abraham got up early in the morning to the place where he had stood before HaShem (Adonai).”
  • Yitzchak instituted the afternoon prayer, as it says (Beresheet 24:63), “Yitzchak went out to meditate in the field toward evening.”
  • Yaakov instituted the evening prayer, as it says, “He encountered The Place . . . because the sun had set.”(Midrash Rabbah)

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Biblical  Dark hours Divison

                        

How do we know if Yeshua was having the Pesach meal with His disciples?

The Yom Pesach is also known as the Preparation day 14 Nissan or 14 Aviv

Mattiyahu 26:17 - 25; Mark 14:12 - 21; Yochanan 13:21 - 30; Loukas 22:7 - 12

14 Aviv between the evenings (3 pm) Yeshua said "it is accomplish"

 

CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS

Event

Prayer and agony at Gethsemane

(Mattiyahu, Mark, Loukas)

Approximate Time

1.00 a.m.

Betrayal by Yehudah and arrest of Yeshua

(Mark 14:43-46; Yochanan 18:12)

1.30 a.m.

Irregular, unauthorized inquiry at Annas’ residence (Yochanan 18:13-23)

2.00 a.m.

Unofficial trial at Kaiafas’ residence

(Mattiyahu 26:57-68; Yochanan 18:24)

3.00 a.m

Formal, official trial before Sanhedrin in their chamber to confirm capital sentence (Mark 15:1; Loukas 22:66-71)

6.00 a.m.

(“when it was day”)

First interrogation by Pilate at official residence (Mattiyahu 27:1-2; 11-14; Loukas 23:1-7; Yochanan 18:28-38)

6.30 a.m.

(“when morning had come …

and it was early”)

Audience/mockery before Herod

(Loukas 23:8)-12

7.00 a.m.

Final judgment of Pilate

(All Good news)

7.30 a.m.

Scourging in Praetorium

(All Good News) -

8.00 a.m.

Nailing of hands and feet to the stake

(All Good News)

9.00 a.m.

(“it was the third hour”)

Darkness

(Mattiyahu, Mark, Loukas)

12.00 Noon

(“when the sixth hour had come,

darkness fell”)

Death of Yeshua

(All Good News)

3.00 p.m.

(“and at the ninth hour”)

In less than twenty-four hours, Yeshua goes from arrest to execution.

 

 Understand the Messianic Significant of the Pesach or Passover

GABBATHA - JUDGMENT

APPENDIX C

Scripture quotation using Complete Jewish Bible

 

[KOS] THE TRIALS OF YESHUA HA MASHIACH

Trial

Officiating Authority

Scripture

Accusation

Legality

Type

Result

1

Anan, ex-Kohen Gadol of the Yehudim (A.D. 6-15)

Yochanan 18:13-23

Trumped-up charges of irreverence

to Anan.

ILLEGAL!

Held at night.

No specific charges. Prejudice.

Violence.

Jewish

and Religious

Found guilty of irreverence and

 rushed to Kayafa.

2

KayafaAnan’ son-in-law and the Sanhedrin.

(A.D. 18-36)

Mattityahu 26:57-68

Mark 14:53-65

Yochanan 18:24

Claiming to be the Messiah,

the BEN ELOHIM – blasphemy (worthy of death under Jewish law).

ILLEGAL!

Held at night.

False witnesses.

Prejudice.

Violence.

Jewish

and Religious

Declared guilty of blasphemy and rushed

to the Sanhedrin (supreme court).

3

The Sanhedrin – seventy ruling men of Yisrael (their word was needed before He could be taken to Roman officials.

Mark 15:1a

Loukas 22:66-71

Claiming to be the BEN ELOHIM – blasphemy.

ILLEGAL!

Accusation switched. No witnesses.

Improper voting.

Jewish

and Religious

Declared guilty of blasphemy and rushed

to Roman official, Pilate.

4

Pilate, governor of Judea, who was already in “hot water” with Rome.

(A.D. 26-36)

Mattityahu 27:11-14

Mark 15:1b – 5

Loukas 23:1-7

Yochanan 18:28-38

Treason

(accusation was changed, since treason worthy of capital punishment in Rome).

ILLEGAL!

Moshiach was kept under arrest, although

He was found innocent.

No defense attorney.

Violence.

Roman

and

Civil

Found innocent….but rushed to Herod Antipas; mob overruled Pilate.

5

Herod Antipas, governor of Galil

(4 B.C. – A.D. 39)

Loukas 23:8-12

No accusation

was made.

ILLEGAL!

No grounds.

Mockery in courtroom.

No defense attorney.

Violence.

Roman

and

Civil

Mistreated and mocked; returned to Pilate without decision made by Herod.

6

Pilate (second time)

Mattityahu 27:15-26

Mark 15:6-15

Loukas 23:18-25

Yochanan 18:29 – 19:6

Treason, though

not proven

(Pilate bargained with the mob, putting  Moshiach on a level with Bar-Abba, a criminal.

ILLEGAL!

Without proof of guilt, Pilate allowed an innocent man to be condemned.

Roman

and

Civil

Found innocent, but Pilate “washed his hands” and allowed Him

to be crucified.

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