Revelation 1:10 is talking about the first day of the week?

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To understand such things, we must understand what comes before. For example we have two verses. One talking about Joshua 1 , the other talking about Jesus 2 . Everything would be correct except for a little problem. Jesus is in Greek "ιησους" 3 , and Joshua is "ιησους" 4 , now Jesus and Joshua and the same thing. Why then do we write Joshua and Jesus, and not Jesus and Jesus? Why did someone define that it should be different. Now if anyone defined that definition is it true? Of course not. The correct term is originally (ויהושׁע H3091) 5 . Now this term determines "YHWH saves" 6 . So Jesus is not Jesus, nor is Joshua Joshua, both are (ויהושׁע H3091) 5. This is the analysis of the original, and this is the foundation of the word.

When we read the verse of Revelation (revelations) 1:10 we have the term "day of the Lord" 7 , that the Greek term is "κυριακη" 8 , if we translate on google the term "sundays" 9 . So why doesn't the "New International Version" translate for Sunday? By the same idea of ​​the term Jesus. Which comes first, the idea of ​​Sunday originating from Catholicism, or the Greek term before Catholicism? Now logically the term before Catholicism, what we see the reference of the term (κυριακηG2960) 10 and two dictionaries of biblical lexicon 11,12. Therefore, there is no Sunday definition, as it is an idea built later. So an idealized term is not based afterwards, related to an old term. We analyze the old term by old ideologies and not by new ideologies.

So the first day of the week in Greek was Hemera Heliou ( Ἡ μέρα  Ἥ λιου) 13,14 . The Catholic Church adopted that the first day of the week would be called (κυριακη ημερα). To make things easier, in Greek the first day of the week was Hemera Heliou ( Ἡ μέρα  Ἥ λιου) 13,14(Day of the Sun), the Catholic Church appears and determines that the first day of the week should be called (κυριακη ημερα), João had already written long before adopting that (κυριακη ημερα), be the first day of the week, or whether John did not write the term thinking of the first day of the week that would be determined by the Catholic Church long after his death. Thus the dictionaries of ancient Greek do not determine that (κυριακη ημερα), is the first day of the week, but what the term says, the day of the Lord.

That is why "New International Version" does not translate (revelations) 1:10, for Sunday, but for the Lord's day. So the first day of the week as (κυριακη ημερα), is determined later by the Catholic Church and not that such a day is the first day of the week in Greek. For in Greek at the time of John the first day in Greek was (Hemera Heliou ( Ἡ μέρα  Ἥ λιου) 13,14). Now if I have the power to change "the times and the law", I can take a biblical term and say that it is such a thing, but that does not define what it really is. The concept of the historical term of the Greek lexicon does not determine that at the time that John wrote revelations, (κυριακη ημερα) be the first day. This is something that was determined by the Catholic Church and imposed on other peoples, which is why in modern Greek (κυριακη ημερα) it is the first day of the week. Such a day is thus placed only by the imposition of the power of the Catholic Church, from 300 to 1800.

Let's say that a child writes banana, to say that he ate a banana, and after a while a leader of a people says that a cucumber is called a banana, and make everyone say that the cucumber is called a banana. Now after a long time if I search for bananas, a cucumber will appear, this does not mean that a cucumber is a banana, it just means that the leader was so powerful that every cucumber today is called a banana.

  1. Exo_24: 13 And Moses got up with Joshua, his servant, and went up to the mountain of God,
  2. Mat_1: 1 Book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, son of David, son of Abraham.
  3. Mat 1: 1 βιβλος γενεσεως ιησου χριστου υιου BAδαυιδ TSδαβιδ υιου αβρααμ
  4. Exo 00:13 καιG2532-V CC ανασταςG450 AAPNS μωυσηςN NSM-CC καιG2532 ιησουςG2424 N-PRI οG3588 NSM T-παρεστηκωςG3936 V-D-RAPNS αυτωG846 DSM ανεβησανG305 V-AAI-3P ειςG1519 PREP τοG3588 T-ASN-ASN N οροςG3735 τουG3588 T GSM θεουG2316 N-GSM
  5. Exo 24:13 ויקם H6965 משׁה H4872 ויהושׁע H3091 משׁרתו H8334 ויעל H5927 משׁה H4872 אל H413 הר H2022 האלהים׃ H430
  6. H3091
    יהושׁע יהושׁוּע
    yehôshûa ‛yehôshûa‛
    yeh-ho-shoo'-ah, yeh-ho-shoo'-ah
    From H3068 and H3467; Jehovah-saved; Jehoshua (that is, Joshua), the Jewish leader: - Jehoshua, Jehoshuah, Joshua. Compare H1954, H3442.
  7.  Version: English: New International Version
    Revelation 1:10 On the day of the Lord I found myself in the Spirit and heard behind me a strong voice, like a trumpet,
  8. Rev 1:10 εγενομην εν πνευματι εν τη κυριακη ημερα και ηκουσα Bφωνην οπισω μου TSAφωνην μεγαλην ως σαλπις
  9. Rev 1:10 εγενομηνG1096 2ADI V-1S-PREP ενG1722 πνευματιG4151 N-DSN ενG1722 PREP τηG3588 T-A-DSF DSF κυριακηG2960 ημεραG2250 N-DSF καιG2532 ηκουσαG191 V-AAI CC-1S οπισωG3694 ADV μουG1473 P-N-1GS φωνηνG5456 The ASF μεγαληνG3173 -ASF ωςG5613 ADV σαλπιγγοςG4536 N-GSF
  10. G2960
    κυριακός
    kuriakos
    koo-ree-ak-os'
    From G2962; belonging to the Lord (Jehovah or Jesus): - Lord's.
  11. G2960
    κυριακός
    kuriakos
    Thayer Definition:
    1) belonging to the Lord
    2) related to the Lord
    Part of Speech: adjective
    A Related Word by Thayer's / Strong's Number: from G2962
    Citing in TDNT: 3: 1095, 486
  12. Westminster Dictionary of Theological Terms
    By Donald K. McKim
  13. Hemera Selenes ( Ἡ μέρα Σελήνης) - day of Selene, deity of the moon. It is equivalent to our Monday.

    Hemera Areos ( Ἡ μέρα Ἄ ρης) - day of Ares, god of war. It is equivalent to our Tuesday. 

    Hemera Hermou ( Ἡ μέρα  Ἑ ρμο ῦ ) - day of Hermes, messenger of the gods. It is equivalent to our Wednesday.

    Hemera Zeus- ( Ἡ μέρα Διός) - day of Zeus, supreme god of the third divine generation in Greek mythology. It is equivalent to our Thursday.

    Hemera Aphrodites ( Ἡ μέρα Ἀ φροδίτης) - day of Aphrodite, goddess of love in Greek mythology. It is equivalent to our Friday. 

    Hemera Kronou ( Ἡ μέρα Κρόνου) - supreme god of the second divine generation in Greek mythology. It is equivalent to our Saturday.

    Hemera Heliou ( Ἡ μέρα  Ἥ λιου) - day of Helios, divinity of the sun. It is equivalent to our Sunday.




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