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15 Third Day Events in the Bible

Jesus rose from the dead on the third day after his death. “God raised him from the dead on the third day” (Acts 10:40).

For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale’s belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.” (Matt 12:40).

Third Day Patterns

A Bible pattern is when a spiritual truth stated in one part of the Bible is repeated in a similar fashion in yet another portion of the Bible. Examine the third day patterns. The first two days don’t tell the whole story – the third day is the conclusion.

  1. On the third day — “the earth brought forth vegetation: seed-bearing plants of every kind, and trees of every kind bearing fruit.” (Genesis 1:12)
  2. On the third day — “Abraham looked up and saw the place [Mount Moriah] from afar.” There he intends to offer his son Isaac as a burnt offering to God. Yet he assures his companions, “We will worship and return.” (Genesis 22:4-5)
  3. On the third day — Pharaoh releases his chief cupbearer from death-row. (Genesis 40:20-21)
  4. On the third day — Joseph releases his brothers from prison in Egypt. (Genesis 42:17-18)
  5. On the third day — The Israelites request Pharaoh’s permission to make a three-day journey to offer sacrifice in the desert to God. (Exodus 3:18)
  6. On the third day — Plague Nine, the Plague of Darkness, in Egypt ends, “though the Israelites enjoyed light in their dwellings.” (Exodus 10:22)
  7. On the third day — God descends to Mount Sinai in fire with the sound of a shofar. He then reveals The Ten Words, Israel’s constitution of new life as a nation after their resurrection from the death of slavery in Egypt. (Exodus 19:16-19)
  8. On the third day — Israelites are to purify themselves with water after being in contact with the dead. (Numbers 19:12)
  9. On the third day — After coming to the river and preparing themselves, the Israelites cross the Jordan “to enter and possess the land that the LORD [their] God is giving to [them] as a possession.” (Joshua 1:11; 3:2)
  10. On the third day — Joshua’s spies emerge from hiding from the Jerichoites, then return to their commander. (Joshua 2:16, 22)
  11. On the third day — a famine during David’s reign ends. (2 Samuel 21:1).
  12. On the third day — a famine called for by Elijah the prophet ends. (1 Kings 18:1)
  13. On the third day — after asking God for release, King Hezekiah is healed of his fatal disease and offers thanks in the temple. (2 Kings 20:5)
  14. On the third day — Jonah is expelled from the fish belly. (Jonah 1:17/2:1 Heb) (Matt 12:40; cf Matt 16:21; 17:23)
  15. On the third day — After fasting, Esther puts on royal apparel and enters the palace of the Persian king in order to thwart a death-plot against her people, the Jews. (Esther 4:16; 5:1)

See this video: Passover Resurrection: 3 Days, 3 Nights?

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  1. Here are 2 more third day events that you can add to this teaching…
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    16. On the third day  Yeshua turns water into wine. (John 2:1)
    17. On the third day  Yeshua rose from the dead! (Mt 16:21, 17:23, 20:19, 27:64; Mk 9:31, 10:34; Lk 24, 7, 21, 46; Jn 2:19; Acts 10:40; 1 Cor 15:4)
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