His archers compass me round about, he cleaveth my reins asunder, and doth not spare; he poureth out my gall upon the ground. Job 16:13
He keepeth all his bones: not one of them is broken. Ps 34:20
31 The Jews therefore, because it was the preparation, that the bodies should not remain upon the cross on the sabbath day, (for that sabbath day was an high day,) besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away.
32 Then came the [G4757 it’s offshoots. An army] soldiers, and brake the legs of the first, and of the other which was crucified with him.
came and saw that Jesus Christ was DEAD! They also saw one of their own men stab Jesus Christ in the side with his spear, and cause blood and water to flow out. Verse. 32,33John the apostle is the witness who testified that he saw a soldier stab Jesus Christ who was already dead in the side with a spear. John 19:35,36
The Holy Ghost a witness who was indwelling John the apostle, saw a soldier stab Jesus Christ who was already dead in the side with a spear. Acts 5:32
The Kingdom of God that was indwelling John the apostle saw a soldier stab Jesus Christ who was already dead in the side with a spear. Luke 17:21
God saw a soldier stab Jesus Christ who was already dead in the side with a spear. Jeremiah 23:24..Proverbs 15:3..Job 34:2122
Jesus Christ, who rose from the dead, and who knew, and remembered, his sufferings on the cross, and that he had been dying, passed out, and was risen from death by his, the Father of Glory, and who felt, and saw, a wound (scar) in his side that he did not have when he was alive, is a witness to the fact that he had been dead, been stabbed in the side, and was now alive. The Holy Bible. John 20:24-29
Jesus Christ who showed Thomas Didymas the wound (scar) in his side, and also let Thomas Didymas, touch his hands with his finger, and thrust his hand, into the wound (scar) that was in his side. John 20:24-29
Thomas Didymas who touched with his finger the wounded hands of Jesus Christ and who thrust his hand into the wound on Christ’s side and who then believed that Jesus Christ had risen from the dead, and who then was able to testify to others, that Jesus Christ who had died was now alive. The Holy Bible John 20:24-29
The Word of God prophesied that the [mererah..bile, bladder, gall] gall of the Christ (the Messsiah) to come would be poured out. Job 16:13
The soldier who saw Jesus Christ dead and stabbed his dead body in the side with his spear, and saw blood and water immediately poured out, was able to testify that Jesus Christ had been dead, and then stabbed in the side by him! John 19:24