The Third Day as The Last Day is The Seventh Day

the third day he will raise us up: Hosea 6:2. the third [day] I shall be perfected: Luke 13:32

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It's The Third Day: The Last Day: Beyond 2000 AD

Prophetic Third Day Prophesy of Hosea 6:2
Hosea 6:2 (KJV: the third day):
After two days will he revive us:
in the third day he will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight.

Third Way of Allegoric Third Day Prophesy of Jesus in Luke 13:32
the third [day
] I shall be perfected
(Note: Jesus wasn't perfected while casting out devils and doing cures)

John 2:1's Third Day: The third day there was a marriage.
Note: when counting days in John 1 & 2, the third day is the seventh

Prophetically & Allegorically The Third Day is The Seventh Day is The Last Day

Holy Kiss: Greeting: Grace unto you, and peace,
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

The Third Day as The Seventh Day is The Last Day

The Prophetic Third Day (beyond 2000 ADis  also
the Seventh Day when counting days in John 1 & 2.

But the Seventh Day is NOT another millennium.
The Seventh Day is the eternal day (light) of God.

The Third Day is mentioned over 50 times in the Holy Bible. Most Bible commentaries attribute all the third day verses to the resurrection of Jesus, primarily based on this one verse: "From that time forth began Jesus to shew unto his disciples, how that he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and be raised again the third day" (Matthew 16:21).

However this verse is notably worded questionably ("began Jesus", instead of Jesus began), and notably includes the word "shew": which denotes an allegoric  comparative teaching that's also a "mystery" (as noted over 20 times in the NT). Yet also noted in the New Testament (called a "better testament" having a "better hope") is there's nothing covered or hid that shall not also be revealed and known (Matthew 10:26; Luke 12:2), by "seek and ye shall find": find grace, in time, to help, help get it: "understanding" ("with all thy getting, get understanding": Solomon: Proverbs 4).

There are also verses having mention of the third day which allure to a prophetic third day in the future and to a third way thereof. For when looking closer at the two broad/narrow ways, we find two Leaders which lead to destruction or unto life; And the narrow way is not life, but rather it only "leadeth unto life", by "go on unto perfection", via the more excellent way of three ways, as the best of three things, which is what's best for all, not just some only.

Two third day verses alluding to a prophetic third day and the perfection of a third way are:

Hosea 6:2

After two days will he revive us:
in the third day he will raise us up,
and we shall live in his sight.

Be not ignorant: one day [is] as a thousand years,
and a thousand years [is] as one day: 2Peter 3:8.
Hosea 6:2: 2 days = 2000 years and 1000 years = 1 day: Revelation 20

Luke 13:32
Behold, I cast out devils, and
I do cures to day and to morrow, and
the third [day] I shall be perfected.

In Hosea 6:2 there are allegorically two Gods: Law and Grace being compared, by the allegoric wording of "will he" (law: uncertain) and "he will" (grace: certain): allegorically denoting the uncertainty of Law (will he?) and the certainty of Grace (he will!), concerning the LORD mentioned in Hosea 6. In Hosea 6:2 there's also the mention of "after two days", which alludes to beyond 2000 AD when connecting it with 2Peter 3:8's "one day [is] as a thousand years", which is also noted in Psalms 90:4's "a thousand years in thy sight [are but] as yesterday", and the thousand year days past being "as a watch in the night"; Night thereof referring to darkness (law). God called darkness (law) "night" and light (grace) "day", denoting darkness (law) is ignorance, light (grace) is understanding. So the first two days of AD (goes fwd of bwd<--BC | AD-->fwd) still contain some darkness (law); But the third day, beyond 2000 AD, is when law(evil) begins to "vanish", because law "waxeth old" and is faulty: 1Cor 13; Heb 8. So let us consider the uncertainty of Law (will he), and the certainty of Grace (he will). For what's "old" and "ready to vanish": Hebrews 8:13 notably "shall vanish": 1Corinthians 13:8. Only then is His Grace "perfected", when grace has no law added, not even any mention of it being 2nd finished (gives "place" to the devil). For in the same manner that God is light having no darkness at all, the God of all grace is grace having no law at all, and the God of all comfort is comfort having no discomfort at all. Ghost driven to temptation, evil concupiscence, consequences of inexcusable law is not comfort; It's discomfort. God (Grace) neither tempts (laws) nor can be tempted (lawed). Let God (Grace) be true (peace).

In Luke 13:32 it is notable that JC being a "perfected" C also occurs after two days: "to day" and "to morrow" in which he does cures; Perfected being the third [day] thing noted of three things. No cures would be necessary when "perfected" occurs, for there are no infirmities to cure when there is no law (infirmity) added to His Grace is sufficient for perfect health. In Hebrews 10:14 we find mention of "hath perfected" for "them"(of them/us), and as if past tense and for ever; But such "perfected" is notably connected to "sanctified", which is what occurs on the seventh day (the third day) in Genesis 2:3; And "sanctified" therein is notably connected to "rested", which speaks of God ceased from all work (of salvation), which speaks of His Grace being globally perfected, which speaks of pure grace having no law added to it. Both God and Son work "hitherto" the Sabbath (John 5:17) to accomplish global salvation which includes global awareness of it. Also 1John 2:5 & 1John 4:12 speak of "perfected", notably of the love of God being perfected in "us"(of them/us), which speaks of "perfect love" that is void of fear(hath torment): 1John 4:18.

The Third Day Allegory: The Prophetic Third Day: The Allegoric Third Day

Beyond 2000 AD is The Third Day is The Seventh Day is The Last Day

Hosea 6:2 "in the third day he will raise us up"
(allegory: beyond 2000 AD he will raise up the third day ministries)

Many religious theories still abound about biblical prophecies. Some say they are fulfilled, others say they are not fulfilled. Many such adult children are unaware prophecies shall fail. But biblical prophesy that is coming true even now (beyond 2,000 AD) is the raising up of "us" in "the third day", which is also the seventh day when counting the days in John 1 & 2:1. Yet what the seventh day is not, is another millennium; For the seventh day has no mention of evening and morning as six days do in Genesis 1. So it seems we've not only recently had the past, but also the last millennium. For there are only six days having mention of evening and morning, only six of such "thousand years [are] as one day" (2Peter 3:8). So we are now in the beginning of the eternal day of God, which seems to begin with a Sabbath shewdown, to also sort out the true (grace) Sabbath from a false (law) Sabbath, perhaps by first sorting out the two Sabbaths which occurred at Easter (Passover week). For perhaps the eternal Sabbath (rest: peace) is neither a high holy day (passover) nor a weekly Sabbath... Perhaps like Sion is neither Sinai nor Zion, and what's best of (good/better)-->best is best for all, not some only.

The reason that God is raising "us" up, is the Lord is l-o-n-g-suffering to us-ward: 2Peter 3:9, which also speaks of none perishing, but all coming to repentance; or of all them becoming us. Also in the conclusion of Hebrews 11 it notes they (them) cannot be made perfect without us: Hebrews 11:40. For God is one of "us" from the beginning (God said: let "us" make man). God is notably "for us": Romans 8:31, and giveth "us" the victory "through our Lord Jesus -> Christ": 1Corinthians 15:57. For God hath not appointed "us" unto (law worketh) wrath: 1Thessalonians 5:9, but unto grace is sufficient... concerning scriptures about them/us in such a before/after shew. Destructive (law worketh) wrath is what comes upon "them", because of what "they say" in 1Thessalonians 5:3; Not to mention it's the "no escape" sort of "destruction".

The Third Day is The Last Day is not millennial.

It's an Eternal Day, beginning with a last day shewdown.

Yet the primary reason, in accordance with the primary purpose of scriptures written aforetime for our learning (Romans 15:4), is for all to get understanding (Proverbs 4:7), by "also that" (also "that gospel") of all this/that being told wheresoever "this gospel" is preached throughout the world (Mark 14:9)... for all to see what's "evident" from the evidence (Galatians 3:11). Evidence does not lie, nor take sides, but does provide "full proof" ("evangelist, make full proof of thy ministry": 2Timothy 4:5)... the Full Monty sort, as promised in Luke 12:2. So in the prophetic third day we should expect things that have been covered up, hidden, classified, etc, to be uncovered, revealed, disclosed, made known; especially concerning the will of God: I will have mercy, and not sacrifice... and the not part notably being not then, not now, not ever, as noted in Psalms 40:6; Psalms 51:15; Hosea 6:6; Matthew 9:13; Matthew 12:7; Hebrews 10: all. For contrary to popular belief, true God never desired sacrifice for sin, nor ever took pleasure in it.

The prophetic third day speaks of the same things as the seventh day, which is also called the "day(light) of God" in converted Peter's allegoric comparison of two last days, which is allegorically comparison of two sabbaths: the day of the LORD vs the day of God, the day of God being what we all should be looking for, and hastening unto (2Peter 3); As is also noted in Hebrews 12, where a grace walk from Mt Sinai to Mt Sion through the valley of the shadow of death becomes a end "run" when "seeing we also are compassed about"; which is as if to say when seeing we are surrounded by so many legalists who would add their law to grace is sufficient (no law req'd), which is as if to add divisions and warring to peace. Such also gives place to wrath, and brings wrath upon them, because of what they say.

Both the third day and the seventh day speak of being cleansed, sanctified, perfected. For on the seventh day (having no mention of evening and morning) God first ended blessed and sanctified (pure i fied), and then God rested (Genesis 2). So it's allegorically  JC said God said: "and the third [day] I shall be perfected"; And "perfect" is "also merciful" when comparing Matthew 5:48 with Lk 6:36; And merciful (full of mercy) is void of sacrifice in accordance with the will of God that JC came (with grace and truth) to do: lo, I come to do thy will O God), when looking closer at James 3:17 and Hosea 6:6 (Matthew 9:13) in the greater light rules the day.

In the Third Day We Shall Live In His Sight

The point of all such is: only doing the will of God results in receiving the promise. The will of God? "I will have mercy (grace), and not sacrifice (law)". The obvious reason to have grace and not law is so that "none perish" instead of "all perish" (via awareness)(via ignorance). So Paul told the Colossians, concerning "ordinances" (laws): "touch not, taste not, handle not"; And he also gave the reason: all perish with the using of ordinances: Colossians 2:20-22. Hence the seventh day, the day of God, is allegorically the day of Grace, which is not millennial, but an eternal day for us all, by blotting out law to the point what's old, faulty, and "ready to vanish": Hebrews 8:13 "shall vanish": 1Corinthians 13:8. Such is as taking Christ: "the end of the law" to the max (fulness of Christ). So "the end" we're exhorted to endure unto to be saved(only) by grace(only), rather than saved + destroyed after (Jude 5), is no dead end because it notably has no law even mentioned in it: "The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen".

The allegorical concept of "and" flows throughout the Bible which oft speaks of both this "and" that, this gospel and that gospel. Eg: Jesus answered "and" said... which allegorically denotes we should look for two things: what he answered "and" what he said. For Jesus plays two parts: Son of Man and Son of God; especially in the "verily verily" gospel according to John, which is notably the only gospel account using "verily verily". So the Bible allegorically states: wheresoever "this gospel" is preached throughout the world, "also that" shall be told; And obviously for comparison, as if "comparing spiritual things with spiritual". The what to be, like God in heaven "is", like His Grace "is": sufficient (perfect, complete), is not only "perfect" in Matthew 5:48, but "also merciful" in Luke 6:36. Merciful is all mercy and no sacrifice at all. So it behooves us to look closer at the two mentions of "finished" in John 17 & 19 along with what's noted about "it is finished" in James 1:15, to see what's first finished is the will of God.

In the third day he will raise "us" up. We're not talking rapture theories of some of them, but of all us and no themshew. For God giveth "us" the victory. Such victory, peace with God, eternal life, is "through Jesus -> Christ", the "Christ" thereof being "the end of the law": Romans 10:4, the end of law which had an expiry date. Only problem is, many at all in such a them/us God (deceived by many) are not yet aware of it, not weaned from law (milky way). So God is raising us up, to make it known unto all the world "grace is sufficient" (no law required).

ChanGe was the buzz word of the 90's, a decade wherein many children saw more change than their fathers and their father's fathers combined. Even weather and politics began to cHange, as did the Yuppies and Boomers. Yet the real cHange began beyond 2,000 AD (after two days, one day being "as a thousand years" in such things are an "allegory": Ps 90:4; 2Pet 3:8). In the third day God began raising "us" up, the "us" thereof allegorically being third day ministries. For them and their gospel first had to go global, then us and our gospel also go global, for comparison, to know which is witch of twain, which of false/true Gods is the only true God, which of foolish/wise Gods is the only wise God: the only Potentate: the one God over all, through all, in all, and with you all being Grace. For it is Pauline written to both Jews and Gentiles in Romans: Ye are not under the law, but under grace... if led of the Spirit; But if Ghost driven, then fallen from grace to law: Galatians.

The Third Day is The Seventh Day is The Last Day is an Eternal Day
The third day is also the seventh day is the last day is not a millennium as many ass u me. Rather it is an eternal day (light, God), as if an understanding which unfolds, or uncovers, as by revelation which means uncovering, revealing, whatsoever was covered up, hid. It begins as a dual sabbath shewdown, the pendulum swinging from this to that, bad weather to nice, as a comparative teaching: this vs that, law worketh wrath vs grace is sufficient. What it's all about is knowing what His Grace is, compared to what His Grace is not: law. With all thy getting, get understanding. Understanding is a product of grace and truth. Understanding is beyond both knowledge and wisdom, which have a beginning and end. The beginning of knowledge and wisdom is fear(hath torment): Proverbs 1:7 & 9:10, due to law being first of law/grace.

cHange! Third day ministries began arising "
much more" beyond 2000 AD, as Mike Williams Ministry: -->, then also Tentmaker.Org begins to explain Carlton Pearson's cHange to the "doctrine of inclusion"; and universalism begins to go worldwide. However, as GodShew.Org notes, let it not be universal sacrifice, which God & Son will not have. chAnge! Then also came unity of ministries, like, with many ministers in many countries uniting, and having their first 'world conference'. But sadly many such have not yet put away childish things, like law imputing sin for the hell of it. Hence and began to address that issue. chaNge! Then came even more grace us web sites as third day ministires, the all grace (no law) web sites, like Godshew.Org in North America, and Evangeliodelagracia.Org in Hispanic Countries, and Righteous Planet. Net, to name only three of 7,000 third day ministries that will soon "much more" abound: for where sin abounded, grace did "much more" abound! When looking at two glorys compared in 2Corinthians 3, at all being 'changed' as by the Spirit: "from glory to glory" (from law to grace); It seems when law and grace are compared, law glory becomes as nothing at all in comparison to grace glory, and to the point of vanishing, kinda like the night glory of moon and stars vanish at the coming of the day glory of the sun of righteousness. So we find allegoric mention of the "Sun of righteousness" in Malachi 4:2.

At the same time, mainline churches, their oxymoronic grace + law mixture, their hypocrisy, their partiality, their spiritual abuse and spiritual food poisoning, began failing to keep true seekers, who are now known as Out Of Church Christians. Church $candals have abounded. Cardinal Law got exposed for what he built on the foundation of Jesus Christ, which Paul said would be declared. Political scandals have also abounded, as whistle blowers reveal what's been covered up. For "revelation" is not about covering up, but rather about uncovering both sides of law vs grace, for all to see which is witch, and what is best for all in the final analysis.

For as the third day is also the seventh day (day of God), the Sabbath, it is notable that the Revelation of John takes place on the Sabbath, firstly as a sabbaths shewdown. So we can expect even more and more revelation (uncovering, revealing, disclosure) to even "much more" abound, but for awareness and understanding, not for accusation nor for condemnation; Eventually to the point of becoming the Full Monty promised in Luke 12:2 "nothing covered that shall not be revealed, nor hid that shall not be known". changE! Change for the better, of good/better, and also further change to what's best of (good/better)-->best.

Indeed many arriving at GodShew.Org have admitted they were seeking, and seeking for Revelation (uncovering, revealing, disclosure), the most recent ones having no trouble with Paul being the Author of Revelation, a Revelator who writes more NT writings than all other NT writers combined. Such truth seekers report that they've already been learning about, practicing the Pauline grace (holy kiss) greeting (Grace unto you... from God our Father) and the Pauline salutation (The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all) of Paul The Apostle, who brings an end to the God Shew; An end void of law (sin and death), so that none perish in the end. For when the God Shew is ended properly, as written, it never happened, twas only a "shew" written "aforetime" for our "learning", for all to get it: understanding, and understand "my grace is sufficient for thee" meaneth no law at all req'd. For if law is added to grace, it makes grace "no more grace"; and in the same manner death added to life makes life no more eternal life.

Welcome to The Third Day is also The Seventh Day is also The Last Day
Welcome to the prophetic third day, which is also the seventh day eventually having no evening and morning, not both darkness and light, but only light (understanding) on the day of God, the eternal day (light) wherein there is only one glory us and grace us end, via the end of the law once and for all, for his angel gets to play the last trump it:

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.

The Last Day Verses

The Last Day is mentioned seven times in "verily verily" John:

    1. John 6:39 And this is the Father's will which hath sent me, that of all which he hath given me I should lose nothing,
        but should raise it up again at the last day.
    2. John 6:40 And this is the will of him that sent me, that every one which seeth the Son, and believeth on him,
        may have everlasting life: and I will raise him up at the last day.
    3. John 6:44 No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him: and I will raise him up
        at the last day.
    4. John 6:54 Whoso eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath eternal life;
        and I will raise him up at the last day.
    5. John 7:37 In the last day, that great [day] of the feast, Jesus stood and cried, saying,
        If any man thirst, let him come unto me, and drink.
    6. John 11:24 Martha saith unto him, I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection at the last day.
    7. John 12:48 He that rejecteth me, and receiveth not my words, hath one that judgeth him:
        the word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day.

For clarity sake,
the last day involves many things requiring clarification in such "verily verily" John: of all given nothing lost (dead), by an up-rising again, via a will, and every one, seeing, the Son, and believing on (not in) him, may, have everlasting life followed by an up-rising, a drawing, unto eternal life (past tense) in the midst of seven, but also crying, via a draw back to great<--greater<--greatest and questionable judgment if rejection right of midst; Yet it's notably "the same" (JC the same yester day to day and for ever) is the word that shall judge him the last day.
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