Dead people got up out of their graves..

Dead people got up out of their graves when Jesus Christ died. Copyright (C) by Noelene Rout 22nd November 2004

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Jesus, when he had cried again with a loud voice, yielded up the ghost.

And, behold, the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom; and the earth did quake, and the rocks rent;

And the graves were opened; and many bodies of the saints which slept

arose,

And came out of the graves after his resurrection, and went into the holy city, and appeared unto many. Matthew 27:50-53

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<font color=”006633″><b>And the</b></font> [<b>G3419</b><font color=”FF66FF”> μνημεῖον</font> mnēmeion mnay-mi’-on <b>From G3420</b>; a <i>remembrance,</i> i.e. <i>cenotaph</i> (<i>place of interment</i>): – memorial, grave, sepulchre, tomb. <b>G3420</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>μνήμη</font> mnēmē <i>mnay’-may</i> <b>From G3403; </b> <i>memory</i>: – remembrance, memory. <b>G3403</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>μιμνήσκω</font> mimnēskō <i>mim-nace’-ko</i> A lengthened form of G3415 (from which, tenses are borrowed); to <i>remind,</i> i.e. (middle voice) to <i>recall to mind</i>: – be mindful (of), (to) remember. <b>G3415</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>μνάομαι</font> mnaomai <i>mnah’-om-ahee</i>Middle voice of a word derived of G3006 or mabye of the base of G3145 (through the concept of <i>fixture</i> of mental <i>grasp</i>, in the mind ); to <i>bear in mind,</i> (remember) <i>recollect</i>; implying to <i>punish</i> or <i>reward</i> : – be mindful, (to) remember, (have, come) in remembrance. Compare G3403.] <font color=”006633″><b>graves were opened; and</b></font> [<b>G4183</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>πολύς, πολλός</font> polus polos <i>pol-oos'</i> Including forms from the alternate “pollos”; (singular) <i>much</i> (in all respect) or (plural) <i>many</i>; neuter (singular) as an adverb <i>largely</i>; neuter (plural) as an adverb or a noun (<i>frequently,</i>) <i>often, mostly, largely</i>: – much, many, abundant, plenteous, altogether, common, sore, (be of a) great (age, deal, -ly, while), far (passed, spent), long, oft (-en [-times]), straitly. Compare G4118, G4119. <b>G4118</b><font color=”FF66FF”>πλεῖστος</font> pleistos <i>plice’-tos</i> An irregular superlative of <b>G4183;</b> the <i>largest number</i> or <i>very large</i>: – numerous, very great, (at the) most. <b>G4119</b> <font color=”FF66FF”><i>πλείων, πλεῖον, πλέον</i></font>pleiōn pleion pleon <i>pli’-own, pli’-on, pleh’-on</i> Comparative of G4183; <i>more</i> in number, quantity, or quality; also (in plural) the <i>major portion</i>: – further, long (-er), above, (very) many, exceed, more excellent, greater (more) part, (very) great (-er), yet but.] <font color=”006633″><b> many</b></font> [<b>G4983</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>σῶμα</font> sōma <i>so’-mah</i> <b>From G4982; </b> the<i> body</i> (as a <i>sound</i> whole), used in a broad application, literally or figuratively: – bodily, body, slave. <b>G4982</b> σώζω sōzō <i>sode’-zo</i> From a chief word <font color=”FF66FF”>σῶς</font> sōs̄ (contraction for the obsolete <font color=”FF66FF”>σάος</font> saos, “safe”); to <i>save,</i> i.e. <i>deliver</i> or <i>protect</i> (literally or figuratively): – heal, be (make) whole, preserve, save (self), do well.] <font color=”006633″><b>bodies of the</b></font> [<b>G40</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>ἅγιος</font> hagios <i>hag’-ee-os</i> From <font color=”FF66FF”>ἅγος</font> hagos (an <i>awful</i> thing) compare G53, [H2282]; <i>sacred (physically <i>pure, </i>morally <i>blameless</i> or <i>religious,</i> ceremonially <i>consecrated</i>): – (most) holy (thing, one), saint. <b>G53</b><font color=”FF66FF”>ἁγνός</font> hagnos <i>hag-nos'</i> From same as G40; correctly <i>clean,</i> i.e. (figuratively) <i>modest, innocent, perfect</i>: – chaste, clean, pure. <b>H2282</b> חג חג chag châg <i>khag, khawg</i> A <i>festival,</i> or a <i>victim</i> therefore: – sacrifice, (solemn) feast (day), solemnity. ] <font color=”FF66FF”>saints which</b></font> [<b>G2837</b><font color=”FF66FF”> κοιμάω</font>koimaō <i>koy-mah’-o</i> <b>From G2749</b>; to <i>put to sleep,</i> i.e. (passively or reflexively) to <i>slumber</i>; figuratively to <i>decease</i>: – (fall a-, fall on, be a-) sleep, be dead. G2749 <font color=”FF66FF”>κεῖμαι</font> keimai <i>ki’-mahee</i> Middle voice of a chief verb; to <i>lie</i> outstretched (literally or figuratively): – be (made, appointed, laid up, set), lay, lie. Compare G5087. [G2749 is not listed in “Strongs” Bible search engine, so the scripture is not present. Putting a Young’s Analytical concordance to the bible onto a CD [in a Bible Package] will allow “Searchers” to go through search engines to find more biblical word meanings.] <font color=”FF66FF”><b>slept</b></font> [<b>G1453</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>ἐγείρω</font> egeirō <i>eg-i’-ro</i> Possibly related to the base of G58 (through the concept of <i>collecting</i> one’s faculties); to <i>waken</i> (trans- intrans-) itively or), i.e. <i> rouse</i> (literally from [disease, sitting, lying, sleep, death], or figuratively from obscurity, ruins, inactivity, nonexistence): – awake, (lift, rear, take, raise) up, raise (again), (a-) rise (again, up), stand. ] <font color=”FF66FF”>arose, </b></font> Matthew 27:52

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<font color=”006633″><b>And the</b></font> [a <i>remembrance,</i> <i>cenotaph</i> (<i>place of interment</i>): – memorial, grave, sepulchre, tomb.<i>memory</i>: – remembrance, memory. to <i>remind,</i> to <i>recall to mind</i>: – be mindful (of), (to) remember. (<i>fixture</i> of mental <i>grasp</i>, in the mind ); to <i>bear in mind,</i> (remember) <i>recollect</i>; to <i>punish</i> or <i>reward</i> : – be mindful, (to) remember, (have, come) in remembrance. (to remind, that is, (middle voice) to recall to mind: – be mindful, remember.) ] <font color=”006633″><b>graves were opened; and</b></font> [<i>much</i> <i>many</i>; <i>largely</i>; <i>often, mostly, largely</i>: – much, many, abundant, plenteous, altogether, common, sore, (be of a) great (age, deal, -ly, while), far (passed, spent), long, oft (-en [-times]), straitly. the <i>largest number</i> or <i>very large</i>: – numerous, very great, (at the) most. <i>more</i> in number, quantity, or quality; also (in plural) the <i>major portion</i>: – further, long (-er), above, (very) many, exceed, more excellent, greater (more) part, (very) great (-er), yet but.] <font color=”006633″><b> many</b></font> [the<i> body</i> (as a <i>sound</i> whole): – bodily, body, slave.<b> to <i>save,</i> <i>deliver</i> <i>protect</i>: – heal, be (make) whole, preserve, save (self), do well.] <font color=”006633″><b>bodies of the</b></font> [(an <i>awful</i> thing) <i>sacred (physically <i>pure, </i>morally <i>blameless</i> <i>religious,</i> ceremonially <i>consecrated</i>): – (most) holy (thing, one), saint. <i>clean,</i> <i>modest, innocent, perfect</i>: – chaste, clean, pure. A <i>festival,</i> a <i>victim</i> therefore: – sacrifice, (solemn) feast (day), solemnity. ] <font color=”FF66FF”>saints which</b></font> [ to <i>put to sleep,</i> to <i>slumber</i>; to <i>decease</i>: – (fall a-, fall on, be a-) sleep, be dead. to <i>lie</i> outstretched: – be (made, appointed, laid up, set), lay, lie.] <font color=”FF66FF”><b>slept</b></font> [<i>collecting</i> one’s faculties); to <i>waken</i> <i> rouse</i>from [disease, sitting, lying, sleep, death], from obscurity, ruins, inactivity, nonexistence): – awake, (lift, rear, take, raise) up, raise (again), (a-) rise (again, up), stand. ] <font color=”FF66FF”>arose, </b></font> Matthew 27:52 [Note: After the resurrection of Jesus Christ “saved” person’s no longer died, but their “souls” started being taken to heaven at the time that their body was to, or had, die/d, while the bodies and souls of (wicked sinners) person’s (who did not want Jesus Christ and the Gospel) actually died. Wicked dead people are inactive, and they no longer exist. The dead are dead. See: Ecclesiastes 9:5,6]

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<font color=”006633″><b>And</b></font> [<b>G1831</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>ἐξέρχομαι</font> exerchomai ex-er’-khom-ahee From G1537 and G2064; to issue (literally or figuratively): – come-(forth, out), depart (out of), escape, get out, go (abroad, away, forth, out, thence), proceed (forth), spread abroad. <b>G1537</b> <font color=”6666FF”>ἐκ, ἐξ </font>ek ex <i>ek, ex</i> A chief preposition signifying <i>origin</i> (the point <i>where</i> motion (movement) or action proceeds), <i>from, out</i> (of cause, time or place; literally or figuratively; remote or direct): – out among (from, of), from (among, forth, up), for (-th), very highly, exceedingly, ( abundantly above), heavenly, over, off (from), through, among, on, at betwixt (-yond), with (-out), here (-by, in,) grudgingly, heartily, thenceforth, after, since, vehemently, (because, by reason) of, by (the means of), unto, are. In composition, frequently used with same usual import; frequently of <i>completion.</i>] <font color=”006633″><b>came</b></font> [<b>G1537</b> <font color=”6666FF”>ἐκ, ἐξ </font>ek ex <i>ek, ex</i> A chief preposition signifying <i>origin</i> (the point <i>where</i> motion (movement) or action proceeds), <i>from, out</i> (of cause, time or place; literally or figuratively; remote or direct): – out among (from, of), from (among, forth, up), for (-th), very highly, exceedingly, ( abundantly above), heavenly, over, off (from), through, among, on, at betwixt (-yond), with (-out), here (-by, in,) grudgingly, heartily, thenceforth, after, since, vehemently, (because, by reason) of, by (the means of), unto, are. In composition, frequently used with same usual import; frequently of <i>completion.</i>] <font color=”006633″><b>out of the</b></font> [<b>G3419</b><font color=”FF66FF”> μνημεῖον</font> mnēmeion mnay-mi’-on <b>From G3420</b>; a <i>remembrance,</i> i.e. <i>cenotaph</i> (<i>place of interment</i>): – memorial, grave, sepulchre, tomb. <b>G3420</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>μνήμη</font> mnēmē <i>mnay’-may</i> <b>From G3403; </b> <i>memory</i>: – remembrance, memory. <b>G3403</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>μιμνήσκω</font> mimnēskō <i>mim-nace’-ko</i> A lengthened form of G3415 (from which, tenses are borrowed); to <i>remind,</i> i.e. (middle voice) to <i>recall to mind</i>: – be mindful (of), (to) remember. <b>G3415</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>μνάομαι</font> mnaomai <i>mnah’-om-ahee</i>Middle voice of a word derived of G3006 or mabye of the base of G3145 (through the concept of <i>fixture</i> of mental <i>grasp</i>, in the mind ); to <i>bear in mind,</i> (remember) <i>recollect</i>; implying to <i>punish</i> or <i>reward</i> : – be mindful, (to) remember, (have, come) in remembrance. Compare G3403.] <font color=”006633″><b>graves after his</b></font> [<b>G1454</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>ἔγερσις</font> egersis <i>eg’-er-sis</i> From G1453; a <i>resurgence</i> (from death): – resurrection. <b>G1453</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>ἐγείρω</font> egeirō <i>eg-i’-ro</i> Possibly related to the base of G58 (through the concept of <i>collecting</i> one’s faculties); to <i>waken</i> (trans- intrans-) itively or), i.e. <i> rouse</i> (literally from [disease, sitting, lying, sleep, death], or figuratively from obscurity, ruins, inactivity, nonexistence): – awake, (lift, rear, take, raise) up, raise (again), (a-) rise (again, up), stand.] <font color=”006633″><b>resurrection, and</b></font> [<b>G1525</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>εἰσέρχομαι</font> eiserchomai <i>ice-er’-khom-ahee</i> From G1519 and G2064; to enter (literally or figuratively): – X arise, come (in, into), enter in (-to), go in (through). <b>G1519</b><font color=”6666FF”> εἰς</font> eis <i>ice</i> A chief preposition; <i>to</i> or <i>into</i> (<b>signifying the point entered or reached</b>), of place, time, or (figuratively) reason (result, etc.); in adverbial phrases: – [where-] fore, concerning, (in so much, to the intent) that, for [intent, purpose], (here-) until (-to), (up-) on, against, by, at, till, to (be, the end), [back-] ward, with, in (at -to, unto), to, unto, therefore (-unto), toward, (in) among, throughout, of, far more exceeding, [abundant-] ly, set at one again, of, of one mind, as, before. [The angel that was within the body of Jesus Christ came from the Ancient of days and his Kingdom of thousand thousand and ten thousand times ten thousand of angels who are “One” body of Supernatural people who could, or can, be one person, or many persons, or all persons, a body of Supernatural People who can talk in their thousand thousand and ten thousand times ten thousand upon one voice and who can think and act as one person. The angel that was within the body of Jesus Christ was “One” with the Ancient of Day’s and his thousand thousand and ten thousand times ten thousand of Supernatural people from the time that he was anointed with the Holy Ghost of God until the time that he died supernaturally and was Spiritually blinded when the sins of mankind were laid upon him. <b>At that time, entering into the “Lake of Fire and Brimstone” “Sheol, Hell” Lucifer, the Prince of Darkness, and Devil, God of the whole world upon the face of the earth and his, fallen (third of the angels of heaven) male and female angels became “One” with him, and they then began to attack him, and grievously vex and torment him for sin, until the moment of his death. </b> The angel that was within the body of Jesus Christ became “One” with “Love” 1 John 4:8, with the Ancient of days, and his loving thousand thousand and ten thousand times ten thousand of loving Supernatural brother’s and sisters, after he was raised from the dead. As the angel that was in the body of Jesus Christ was dying his human death on an upright stake or cross, he called out to his Father “The LORD God Almighty” and he asked him to set him at “One” again with “Love” with him, his Father, and his loving family of thousand thousand and ten thousand times ten thousand of angels. Daniel 7:9,10,13,14 <b>G2064</b> <font color=”6666FF”>ἔρχομαι</font> erchomai <i>er’-khom-ahee</i> Middle voice of a chief verb (used only in present and imperfect tenses, others supplied by a related [middle voice] word, <font color=”6666FF”>ἐλεύθομαι</font> eleuthomai or <font color=”6666FF”>ἔλθω</font> elthō; otherwise not occuring); to <i>come</i> or <i>go</i> (in a wide mixture of applications, (literal and figurative) -ly): – pass, (to) come enter, go, next, resort, fall out, accompany, bring, be set, light, appear, grow. G5119 of G3753 at the time that, that time.] <font color=”006633″><b>went [<b>G1519</b><font color=”6666FF”> εἰς</font> eis <i>ice</i> A chief preposition; <i>to</i> or <i>into</i> (<b>signifying the point entered or reached</b>), of place, time, or (figuratively) reason (result, etc.); in adverbial phrases: – [where-] fore, concerning, (in so much, to the intent) that, for [intent, purpose], (here-) until (-to), (up-) on, against, by, at, till, to (be, the end), [back-] ward, with, in (at -to, unto), to, unto, therefore (-unto), toward, (in) among, throughout, of, far more exceeding, [abundant-] ly, set at one again, of, of one mind, as, before.] <font color=”006633″><b>into the [<b>G40</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>ἅγιος</font> hagios <i>hag’-ee-os</i> From <font color=”FF66FF”>ἅγος</font> hagos (an <i>awful</i> thing) compare G53, [H2282]; <i>sacred (physically <i>pure, </i>morally <i>blameless</i> or <i>religious,</i> ceremonially <i>consecrated</i>): – (most) holy (thing, one), saint. <b>G53</b><font color=”FF66FF”>ἁγνός</font> hagnos <i>hag-nos'</i> From same as G40; correctly <i>clean,</i> i.e. (figuratively) <i>modest, innocent, perfect</i>: – chaste, clean, pure. <b>H2282</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>חג חג</font> chag châg <i>khag, khawg</i> A <i>festival,</i> or a <i>victim</i> therefore: – sacrifice, (solemn) feast (day), solemnity.] <font color=”006633″><b>holy [<b>G4172</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>πόλις</font> polis <i>pol’-is</i> Possibly from same as G4171, or maybe from G4183; a <i>town</i> (correctly with walls, of greater or less size): – city. <b>G4171</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>πόλεμος</font> polēmos <i>pol’-em-os</i> From <font color=”FF66FF”>πέλομαι</font> pelomai (to <i>bustle</i>); <i>warfare</i> (literally or abstractly; a single encounter or a series): – battle, fight, war. <b>G4183</b><font color=”FF66FF”> πολύς, πολλός</font> polus polos <I>pol-oos'</i> Including forms from “pollos”; (singular) <i>much</i> (in any respect) or (plural) <i>many</i>; neuter (singular) as adverb <i>largely</i>; neuter (plural) as adverb or noun <i>often, mostly, largely</i>: – be of a great while, be of a great age, far (passed, spent), common, much, plenteous, many, abundant, be of a great deal, great (deal), greatly, altogether, oft (-en), oft (-times), long, sore, straitly. Compare G4118, G4119. <b>G4118</b><font color=”FF66FF”> πλεῖστος</font> pleistos <i>plice’-tos</i> Of G4183; the <i>largest number</i> or <i>very large</i>: – a city with walls, most, very great. <b>G4119</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>πλείων, πλεῖον, πλέον</font> pleiōn pleion pleon <i>pli’-own, pli’-on, pleh’-on</i> Comparative of G4183; <i>more</i> in quantity, number, or quality; (in plural) the <i>major portion</i>: – above, (very) many, greater (more) part, (very) great (-er), exceed, more excellent, further, long (-er), yet but.] <font color=”006633″><b>city, and</b></font> [<b>G1718</b> <font color=”FF66FF”> ἐμφανίζω </font> emphanizō em-fan-id’-zo From G1717; to exhibit (in person) or disclose (by words): – appear, declare (plainly), inform, (will) manifest, shew, signify. <b>G1717</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>ἐμφανής</font> emphanēs <i>em-fan-ace'</i> From a compound of G1722 and G5316; <i>apparent in</i> self: – manifest, openly. <b>G1722</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>ἐν</font> en <i>en</i> A chief preposition signifying (fixed) <i>position</i> (in place, state or time), and (implying) <i>instrumentality</i> (of or in the middle or constructively), that is, a relation of <i>rest</i> (intermediate between G1519 and G1537); “in”, at, (up-) <i>on, by,</i> etc: – about, against, among, between, outwardly, almost, after, altogether, as, at, before, (here-) by (+ all means), for (… sake of), give self wholly to, (here-) in (-to, -wardly), mightily, (because) of, (up-) on, [open-] ly, one, quickly, shortly, [speedi-] ly, that, there (-in, -on), through (-out), (un-) to(-ward), under, when, where (-with), while, with (-in). Used with substantially the same import in compounds; infrequently with verbs of motion, and then not for the purpose of showing direction, except (elliptically) by a separate (and different) prep. <b>G5316</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>φαίνω</font> phainō <i>fah’ee-no</i> Extended for the base of G5457; to<i> lighten</i> (<i>shine</i>), <i>show</i> ([in-] transitive, literal or figurative): – be seen, appear, (to) shine, seem, think.] <font color=”006633″><b>appeared unto</b></font> [<b>G4183</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>πολύς, πολλός</font> polus polos <I>pol-oos'</i> Including forms from “pollos”; (singular) <i>much</i> (in any respect) or (plural) <i>many</i>; neuter (singular) as adverb <i>largely</i>; neuter (plural) as adverb or noun <i>often, mostly, largely</i>: – be of a great while, be of a great age, far (passed, spent), common, much, plenteous, many, abundant, be of a great deal, great (deal), greatly, altogether, oft (-en), oft (-times), long, sore, straitly. Compare G4118, G4119. <b>G4118</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>πλεῖστος</font> pleistos <i>plice’-tos</i> Of G4183; the <i>largest number</i> or <i>very large</i>: – a city with walls, most, very great. <b>G4119</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>πλείων, πλεῖον, πλέον</font> pleiōn pleion pleon <i>pli’-own, pli’-on, pleh’-on</i> Comparative of G4183; <i>more</i> in quantity, number, or quality; (in plural) the <i>major portion</i>: – above, (very) many, greater (more) part, (very) great (-er), exceed, more excellent, further, long (-er), yet but.] <font color=”006633″><b>many.</b></font> Matthew 27:53

<b>The Scripture with bracketed numbers and Hebrew word meanings following. Narrowed Down.</b>

<font color=”006633″><b>And</b></font> [to issue: – come-(forth, out), depart (out of), escape, get out, go (abroad, away, forth, out, thence), proceed (forth), spread abroad. out among (from, of), from (among, forth, up), for (-th), very highly, exceedingly, ( abundantly above), heavenly, over, off (from), through, among, on, at betwixt (-yond), with (-out), here (-by, in,) grudgingly, heartily, thenceforth, after, since, vehemently, (because, by reason) of, by (the means of), unto, are.] <font color=”006633″><b>came</b></font> [<i>from, out</i> (of cause, time or place): – out among (from, of), from (among, forth, up), for (-th), very highly, exceedingly, ( abundantly above), heavenly, over, off (from), through, among, on, at betwixt (-yond), with (-out), here (-by, in,) grudgingly, heartily, thenceforth, after, since, vehemently, (because, by reason) of, by (the means of), unto, are.<font color=”006633″><b>out of the</b></font> [a <i>remembrance,</i> <i>cenotaph</i> (<i>place of interment</i>): – memorial, grave, sepulchre, tomb. <i>memory</i>: – remembrance, memory. to <i>remind,</i> to <i>recall to mind</i>: – be mindful (of), (to) remember. <i>fixture</i> of mental <i>grasp</i>, in the mind ); to <i>bear in mind,</i> (remember) <i>recollect</i>; to <i>punish</i> or <i>reward</i> : – be mindful, (to) remember, (have, come) in remembrance. (G3403. to remind, to recall to mind: – be mindful, remember.) ] <font color=”006633″><b>graves after his</b></font> [ a <i>resurgence</i> (from death): – resurrection.<i>collecting</i> one’s faculties); to <i>waken</i><i> rouse</i> from [disease, sitting, lying, sleep, death], from obscurity, ruins, inactivity, nonexistence): – awake, (lift, rear, take, raise) up, raise (again), (a-) rise (again, up), stand.] <font color=”006633″><b>resurrection, and</b></font> [arise, come (in, into), enter in (-to), go in (through). <i>to</i> <i>into</i> (<b>signifying the point entered or reached</b>), of place, time, or (figuratively) reason (result, etc.); in adverbial phrases: – [where-] fore, concerning, (in so much, to the intent) that, for [intent, purpose], (here-) until (-to), (up-) on, against, by, at, till, to (be, the end), [back-] ward, with, in (at -to, unto), to, unto, therefore (-unto), toward, (in) among, throughout, of, far more exceeding, [abundant-] ly, set at one again, of, of one mind, as, before. <font color=”006633″><b>went</b></font> [to</i> or <i>into</i> [back-] ward, with, in (at -to, unto), to, unto, therefore (-unto), toward, (in) among, throughout, of, far more exceeding, [abundant-] ly, set at one again, of, of one mind, as, before.] <font color=”006633″><b>into the</b></font> [(an <i>awful</i> thing) <i>sacred (physically <i>pure, </i>morally <i>blameless</i> or <i>religious,</i> ceremonially <i>consecrated</i>): – (most) holy (thing, one), saint. <i>clean,</i> modest, innocent, perfect</i>: – chaste, clean, pure. A <i>festival,</i> a <i>victim</i>: – sacrifice, (solemn) feast (day), solemnity.] <font color=”006633″><b>holy</b></font> [a <i>town</i> (with walls, of greater or less size): – city. (to <i>bustle</i>); <i>warfare</i>: – battle, fight, war. <i>much</i><i>many</i>; <i>largely</i>; <i>often, mostly, largely</i>: – be of a great while, be of a great age, far (passed, spent), common, much, plenteous, many, abundant, be of a great deal, great (deal), greatly, altogether, oft (-en), oft (-times), long, sore, straitly. the <i>largest number</i> or <i>very large</i>: – a city with walls, most, very great. <i>more</i> in quantity, number, or quality; the <i>major portion</i>: – above, (very) many, greater (more) part, (very) great (-er), exceed, more excellent, further, long (-er), yet but.] <font color=”006633″><b>city, and</b></font> [to exhibit (in person) or disclose (by words): – appear, declare (plainly), inform, (will) manifest, shew, signify.<i>apparent in</i> self: – manifest, openly. to<i> lighten</i> (<i>shine</i>), <i>show</i>: – be seen, appear, (to) shine, seem, think.] <font color=”006633″><b>appeared unto</b></font> [<i>much</i> <i>many</i>; <i>largely</i>; <i>often, mostly, largely</i>: – be of a great while, be of a great age, far (passed, spent), common, much, plenteous, many, abundant, be of a great deal, great (deal), greatly, altogether, oft (-en), oft (-times), long, sore, straitly. the <i>largest number</i> or <i>very large</i>: – a city with walls, most, very great.<i>more</i> in quantity, number, or quality; (in plural) the <i>major portion</i>: – above, (very) many, greater (more) part, (very) great (-er), exceed, more excellent, further, long (-er), yet but.] <font color=”006633″><b>many.</b></font> Matthew 27:53

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and</b></font> [<i>much</i> (in all respect) or (plural) <i>many</i>; neuter (singular) as an adverb <i>largely</i>; neuter (plural) as an adverb or a noun (<i>frequently,</i>) <i>often, mostly, largely</i>: – much, many, abundant, plenteous, altogether, common, sore, (be of a) great (age, deal, -ly, while), far (passed, spent), long, oft (-en [-times]), straitly. Compare G4118, G4119. <b>G4118</b><font color=”FF66FF”>πλεῖστος</font> pleistos <i>plice’-tos</i> An irregular superlative of <b>G4183;</b> the <i>largest number</i> or <i>very large</i>: – numerous, very great, (at the) most. <b>G4119</b> <font color=”FF66FF”><i>πλείων, πλεῖον, πλέον</i></font>pleiōn pleion pleon <i>pli’-own, pli’-on, pleh’-on</i> Comparative of G4183; <i>more</i> in number, quantity, or quality; also (in plural) the <i>major portion</i> : – further, long (-er), above, (very) many, exceed, more excellent, greater (more) part, (very) great (-er), yet but.] <font color=”006633″><b> many</b></font> [<b>G4983</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>σῶμα</font> sōma <i>so’-mah</i> <b>From G4982; </b> the<i> body</i> (as a <i>sound</i> whole), used in a broad application, literally or figuratively: – bodily, body, slave. <b>G4982</b> σώζω sōzō <i>sode’-zo</i> From a chief word <font color=”FF66FF”>σῶς</font> sōs̄ (contraction for the obsolete <font color=”FF66FF”>σάος</font> saos, “safe”); to <i>save,</i> i.e. <i>deliver</i> or <i>protect</i> (literally or figuratively): – heal, be (make) whole, preserve, save (self), do well.] <font color=”006633″><b>bodies of the</b></font> [<b>G40</b> <font color=”FF66FF”>ἅγιος</font> hagios <i>hag’-ee-os</i> From <font color=”FF66FF”>ἅγος</font> hagos (an <i>awful</i> thing) compare G53, [H2282]; <i>sacred (physically <i>pure, </i>morally <i>blameless</i> or <i>religious,</i> ceremonially <i>consecrated</i>): – (most) holy (thing, one), saint. <b>G53</b><font color=”FF66FF”>ἁγνός</font> hagnos <i>hag-nos'</i> From same as G40; correctly <i>clean,</i> i.e. (figuratively) <i>modest, innocent, perfect</i>: – chaste, clean, pure. <b>H2282</b> חג חג chag châg <i>khag, khawg</i> A <i>festival,</i> or a <i>victim</i> therefore: – sacrifice, (solemn) feast (day), solemnity. ] <font color=”FF66FF”>saints

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Ezekiel 37:1 The hand of the LORD was upon me, and carried me out in the spirit of the LORD, and set me down in the midst of the valley which was full of bones,

Ezekiel 37:2 And caused me to pass by them round about: and, behold, there were very many in the open valley; and, lo, they were very dry.

Ezekiel 37:3 And he said unto me, Son of man, can these bones live? And I answered, O Lord GOD, thou knowest.

Ezekiel 37:4 Again he said unto me, Prophesy upon these bones, and say unto them, O ye dry bones, hear the word of the LORD.

Ezekiel 37:5 Thus saith the Lord GOD unto these bones; Behold, I will cause breath to enter into you, and ye shall live:

Ezekiel 37:6 And I will lay sinews upon you, and will bring up flesh upon you, and cover you with skin, and put breath in you, and ye shall live; and ye shall know that I am the LORD.

Ezekiel 37:7 So I prophesied as I was commanded: and as I prophesied, there was a noise, and behold a shaking, and the bones came together, bone to his bone.

Ezekiel 37:8 And when I beheld, lo, the sinews and the flesh came up upon them, and the skin covered them above: but there was no breath in them.

Ezekiel 37:9 Then said he unto me, Prophesy unto the wind, prophesy, son of man, and say to the wind, Thus saith the Lord GOD; Come from the four winds, O breath, and breathe upon these slain, that they may live.

Ezekiel 37:10 So I prophesied as he commanded me, and the breath came into them, and they lived, and stood up upon their feet, an exceeding great army.

Ezekiel 37:11 Then he said unto me, Son of man, these bones are the whole house of Israel: behold, they say, Our bones are dried, and our hope is lost: we are cut off for our parts.

Ezekiel 37:12 Therefore prophesy and say unto them, Thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, O my people, I will open your graves, and cause you to come up out of your graves, and bring you into the land of Israel.

Ezekiel 37:13 And ye shall know that I am the LORD, when I have opened your graves, O my people, and brought you up out of your graves,

Ezekiel 37:14 And shall put my spirit in you, and ye shall live, and I shall place you in your own land: then shall ye know that I the LORD have spoken it, and performed it, saith the LORD. [See also: Ezekiel 37:15-28]

Look at the amount of witnesses here, who were a “Testimony” and who could, “Testify” and obviously did “Testify” that “Jesus Christ” was the Son of the Almighty God, that Jesus Christ, the Son of God was, “The Expected Messiah!” [“Ancestor’s were appearing to their “Descendents!” Dead Family Members, now risen from the dead, (sound in body) well and healthy, were appearing to old friends, and Living Members of their own Family and Race of Jewish People!]

A very great in number of person’s who had been dead, some for years and years and years, rose from the dead at the time of the Death of Jesus Christ” and “After his Resurrection” went into the City of Jerusalem and appeard to the the major portion of people.

*Wycliffe Matt 27:53

Page re-studied and amended 1st April 2012 & 12th May 2012 & 9th June 2012

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