Where was Jesus Christ after the crucifixion and before the resurrection?

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Where was Jesus Christ after the crucifixion and before the resurrection?

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After Jesus Christ was crucified and died, He was buried in a sepulcher. John 19:41-42 states where they laid the body of Jesus: “Now in the place where he was crucified there was a garden; and in the garden a new sepulcher, wherein was never man yet laid. There laid they Jesus therefore because of the Jews’ preparation day; for the sepulcher was nigh at hand.” This ends Chapter 19. Chapter 20 opened with the first day of the week to visit the sepulcher. Jesus was in the sepulcher for three days and three nights. What did He do during this period? According to the Holy Spirit we talk to, He went to the place called Limbo. This is where those who had died holy and righteous were placed because Heaven was still closed. Jesus got the souls in Limbo like Abraham and Jacob and opened the gate of Heaven. He then allowed these souls to enter Heaven, and afterwards destroyed Limbo. Hence, Limbo does not exist anymore. And Jesus opened the gate of Heaven. It signifies that one can enter Heaven

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The Crucifixion according to gospel of paul? A very significant event in the Christian doctrine is the Crucifixion of Jesus. Before talking about the many controversies surrounding the Crucifixion, it should be mentioned that it was a gospel of Paul’s which professed the Crucifixion/Resurrection of Jesus (II Timothy 2:8): “Remember that Jesus Christ of the seed of David was raised from the dead according to my gospel.” Was Jesus crucificted in different bible versions in different manner? The resurrection in Mark 16:9-20 was already removed from the text by gospel writers in the 1952 edition of the Revised Standard Version and then, for some reasons, restored in the 1971 edition. In many Bibles, if not removed, it is printed in small print or between two brackets and with commentary (See the Revised Standard Version, New American Bible and New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures). The traditional biblical account of Jesus’ Crucifixion is that he was arrested and crucified by the o

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