Monday, April 10, 2017

Y'shua/Jesus Died, Of A Broken Heart, 1988 Years Ago, Today.

Did you know that Today, at 8am EST, marks the 1988 anniversary of when the Roman soldiers found that Y'shua/Jesus was dead upon the cross. It was approximately 2-3pm, Jerusalem time, when the order came down for the soldiers to break the legs of Y'shua/Jesus and the two thieves. However, when they came upon Y'shua/Jesus, he was already dead. They pierced his side, with a spear, to ensure his death.

When they pierced his side, water flowed, indicating that his heart had ruptured. Modern pathologists indicate that this proves that Y'shua/Jesus died of a broken heart. They ended up not breaking his legs, fulfilling the Pesach/Passover Lamb Commandment found in Exodus 12:46, Numbers 9:12 and the Prophecy in Psalm 34:20.

Between 3-6pm, Y'shua/Jesus was laid to rest, in the grave of Joseph of Arimathea, as prophesied in Isaiah 53:9. Passover began at 6pm, sunset, on that day.

Other times of this observance:

San Franciso 7am-10am
Washington 8am-11am
London 1pm-4pm
Berlin 2pm-5pm
Moscow 4pm-7pm
Bejing 8pm-11pm
Tokyo 9pm-11pm
Sidney 12am-3am


  1. God post Keith,
    But No, Jesus did not die of a broken heart. That is girl y stuff !
    Jesus went willingly to the cross to die for our sins and to show forth His greatness.

    Also, I like your pictures, but the guy on the cross should have removed his beard before he had his picture taken.
    The Scriptures said the they plucked out His beard.

  2. I like the way you said 'God post Keith' in your comment Paul :-).
    Thank you for sharing this Keith. I believe knowing the correct times of events in the scriptures is very important for revealing what is going to happen in present times.

  3. Thanks, Paul. The cause of his death and the reason he went to the cross and died voluntarily has nothing to do with each other. Forensic evidence and witnesses statements reveal that most who died through this type of death usually died because of suffocation or a ruptured heart. Dying of a broken or ruptured heart takes nothing away from what he did on the cross.

  4. Hi Brenda. I can't agree with you more. Understanding the seasons and the way God perfectly set them in motion reveals that the Bible is of supernatural origin, not to predict but to confirm that it is God's word.

  5. girly Stuff? what about when Jesus looked over Jerusalem and wept. Just sayin!

  6. Great point, Brandon! ...and don't forget that Y'shua cried at the tomb of Lazarus. Y'shua has all the emotions of a man. Praise God, that he also has the Love of God.

  7. Oops ! A mistake Brenda, I'm not as gifted in writing as you are :-)

  8. Keith, do you mean a ruptured heart ? :-0
    I thought you meant a broken heart :-)

  9. Hi Brandon, well, you got a good point there:-)

  10. None of us are perfect Paul, but it a good thing we are not relying on 'predictive text'. I have had hilarious things come up when I text my friends and family on my smartphone:-)

  11. Hey Brenda, What do you mean? None of us are perfect? :-) LOL LOL Also, don't get me started on smartphone's predictive text. LOL It's pretty bad, when you have to proof read all your text. I have prevented some really foul language text. I shout at my phone, "How in the world did you get that, out of what I said? :-0 LOL

  12. Now come on Keith :-), a line of one of my poems is coming into my mind.
    'None of us are perfect - alone we can not stand.'
    Re. my smartphone, I have to watch everything that comes up now, I have made it clear to my phone that my DNA is 'Do Not Assume'.
    I can not believe how it links so many things, including people with what I am about to text to friends and family. What I do love though is that it appears to know what I am going to text about God and Jesus. Certainly is smart sometimes:-)

  13. It is amazing how smartphones have definitely helped us with our communication. You are right, Brenda, about texting about God. One issue smartphone keeps wanting to correct Y'shua with Yeshua. :-) I guess I could have bigger problems. LOL LOL

  14. It depends on the knowledge of the one who set it up. :-)

  15. I don't understand the girly man comment. Does that mean when someone has a broken heart that they are gay? I don't get it.

  16. I think it was Paul's attempt to present God and/or Y'shua as uncompassionate.