Cristianos Autenticos 6- La Última Cena


Aunque no es necesario, te sugiero que vuelvas y empieces al principio de esta serie de blogs si aún no has leído las publicaciones anteriores. Haga clic aquí: https://bradflack.com/2017/07/21/cristianos-autenticos-1/ En los 2 posts anteriores discutimos las 4 promesas del Éxodo así como las partes de la comida de Pascua. Si bien este post en particular está fuera de orden cronológicamente desde el Nuevo Testamento, creo … Continue reading Cristianos Autenticos 6- La Última Cena

Real Life Christians 6- The Last Supper


While not required, I’d suggest you go back and start at the beginning of this blog series if you haven’t already read the previous posts. Click here: https://bradflack.com/2017/07/11/real-life-christians-1/ In the previous 2 posts we discussed the 4 promises of the Exodus as well as the parts of the Passover meal. While this particular post is out of order chronologically from the New Testament, I think … Continue reading Real Life Christians 6- The Last Supper

Fourth Day


On this day almost 2000 years ago the disciples of Jesus began a slow, methodical, genuine spread of Jesus’s teachings. After appearing to them behind closed/locked doors, they became emboldened and excited to share the good news of His resurrection with everyone they came in contact with. Jesus appears to over 500 people over the next 40 days, legitimizing the disciples claims and creating even … Continue reading Fourth Day

Easter Sunday


On this day almost 2000 years ago, the course of human spirituality was altered forever. The below picture is of the tomb of the Prohpet Mohammed, founder of Islam: The below pic is the tomb of Buddha, founder of Buddhism: The below pic is the tomb of Confucius, founder of Confuciusanism: The below is a statue and tomb commemorating the life of Laozi, the found … Continue reading Easter Sunday

Holy Saturday 


On this day almost 2000 years ago, the population of Jews which had gathered in town for the Passover/Sabbath festivities would be unsure what to do. You see, when Jesus died at 3pm the day before, the practice of the Jews changed drastically. The above image depicts what the interior of the temple would have looked like. In the background you’ll notice a large curtain … Continue reading Holy Saturday 

Maundy Thursday 


On this day almost 2000 years ago Jesus and his disciples met together in a rented upper room at the southwest corner of the old city portion of Jerusalem. There they celebrated the Passover feast, called the Seder, together. Earlier today they would have taken the lamb they had acquired to the temple where the priest would ritualistically slaughter it and sprinkle the blood over … Continue reading Maundy Thursday 

Wednesday of Easter week


On this day almost 2000 years ago Jesus and his disciples gathered on the Mount of Olives across the Kidron Valley from the temple. In Matthew 24:1—25:46 Jesus outlines the end of the temple, the end of 1st Century contemporary Jerusalem and even the end of times. After a number of parables, “When Jesus had finished all these sayings, he said to his disciples, “You … Continue reading Wednesday of Easter week

Tuesday of Easter week


On this day almost 2000 years ago, Jesus was spending time meeting people, healing them, teaching them, and connecting with them. Meanwhile, across town, Judah Iscariot is exchanging an opportunity of betrayal to make some money. His scheme is to hand Jesus over to the temple guard in order for Him to be tried by the religious elite, and put some coin in his pocket. … Continue reading Tuesday of Easter week

Monday of Easter week


On this day almost 2000 years ago the Jewish families, those who have not traveled with theirs, will begin to look though their flocks or go to the temple in order to purchase the paschal (Passover) lamb. According to the Exodus account it must be a 1 year old male sheep or goat with no blemish. These are not little newborn lambs. They are not … Continue reading Monday of Easter week