Thursday, October 11, 2018

In the Morning

I was reading Luke 23 this week as I was leading a small group on "Learning to Fish", which is a class which aims to teach participants some basic tools to study the Bible for themselves.

I noticed something I know I had never read before, but did not pay much attention to. Luke's account has Jerusalem going dark between noon and three in the afternoon. Jesus died before this had happened. Therefore, Jesus's crucifixion and death all happened in the morning. If anyone would have slept in, they would have missed it!

I'm not sure that means anything, but I thought it interesting to meditate on.

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