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Matthew 28:1

In the end of the Sabbath

In the end of the Sabbath

The order of events, combining the four narratives, is as follows: Three women, Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and Salome, start for the sepulchre, followed by other women bearing spices. The three find the stone rolled away, and Mary Magdalene goes to tell the disciples. Luke 23:55-24:9; John 20:1,2. Mary, the mother of James and Joses, draws nearer the tomb and sees the angel of the Lord Matthew 28:2. She goes back to meet the other women following with the spices. Meanwhile Peter and John, warned by Mary Magdalene, arrive, look in, and go away John 20:3-10. Mary Magdalene returns weeping, sees the two angels and then Jesus John 20:11-18 and goes as He bade her to tell the disciples. Mary (mother of James and Joses), meanwhile, has met the women with the spices and, returning with them, they see the two angels. ; Luke 24:4,5; Mark 16:5. They also receive the angelic message, and, going to seek the disciples, are met by Jesus. Matthew 28:8-10.

end of Lit. end of the sabbaths. The sabbaths end, the first day comes. (See Scofield "Matthew 12:1") . Also see, John 20:19; Acts 20:7; I Corinthians 16:2; Revelation 1:10.

other Mary

Supposed to be Mary the mother of James and Joses.




Other Scofield entries containing Matthew 28:1:

Matthew 1:16
Mark 16:2
Luke 24:1
John 20:1

 

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