THE SEVEN CALVARY MIRACLES PART SEVEN – THE RESURRECTION OF THE SAINTS – Matthew 27

Seven is a perfect number because it is divisible only by itself and by unity; moreover the derivative, as in the accompanying diagram, reveals the most common pattern in nature.

God rested on Day Seven.

THE SEVEN CALVARY MIRACLES PART SIX – THE UNDISTURBED GRAVE CLOTHES – Matthew 27

Thus Jesus rose “through his clothes” just as he rose through the tomb. The angel did not roll away the stone to let the Lord out but to let the witnesses in!

THE SEVEN CALVARY MIRACLES PART FIVE – THE OPENING OF THE GRAVES OF THE RIGHTEOUS – Matthew 27

At first it seems those two events occurred simultaneously; but the next verse notes that it was “after his resurrection” that they actually came out of their graves and appeared in the city, thus the mention of the saints in Matthew 27:52 is for the purpose of revealing which graves were opened.

THE SEVEN CALVARY MIRACLES PART FOUR – THE EARTHQUAKE – Matthew 27

First, even the most ordinary of earthquakes would in this case, due to its timing, have been strongly suggestive of the supernatural; but this was far more and utterly different from any ordinary earthquake.

THE SEVEN CALVARY MIRACLES PART THREE – THE RIPPING OF THE CURTAIN OF THE TEMPLE – Matthew 27

The veil has been torn in two. Do not let it come back. Take it away forever. Let it come no more between the face of the redeemed and that of the Redeemer!

THE SEVEN CALVARY MIRACLES – PART TWO – THE THREE HOURS OF DARKNESS – Matthew 27

This manifestation of God’s power should cause the soul to tremble! Only the ONE TRUE GOD AND CREATOR of the universe could step forth and lay his hand upon the established routine of the natural creation and bring to pass such a darkness as that which enveloped the world during three full hours of the crucifixion.

THE SEVEN CALVARY MIRACLES – PART ONE – Matthew 27

There are actually seven Calvary miracles, the greatest and most wonderful, of course, being the resurrection of Christ.