Jesus nailed through the palm

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Peace Crusader and Echo of the Holy Spirit


When Jesus Christ was nailed on the cross, the nails were driven through His palm and not through the wrist.  This was revealed by the Holy Spirit.

The bones of the forearm from the elbow to the wrist are the radius and ulna.  We usually call this area at the end of these bones as the wrist where the wristwatch is usually placed, and the pulse is taken.  Jesus was not nailed to the cross in this area. 

From Webster’s Third New International Dictionary, the carpus is the “wrist or the part of the forelimb between the antebrachium [the part of the arm or forelimb between the brachium and the carpus: forearm] and the metacarpus”.  It is “the group of bones which contains the navicular, lunatum, triquetrum, and pisiform [first row of bones] that articulate with the radius and a distal row which contains the trapezium [greater multagumum], trapezoid [lesser multangulum], capitatum and hamatum [second row of bones] that articulate with the metacarpals”. 

Between these rows of eight bones is the “Tunnel of Destot”.  It is through this tunnel that the nail was driven through.

The same dictionary defines the palm as “the somewhat concave part of the human hand between the bases of the fingers and the wrist upon which the fingers close when flexed”.

Several listeners were fortunate to be allowed to feel where the nail was driven through.  Even though I requested one time, I was refused.  The Holy Spirit has reasons to deny my request.

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Müller Hans Gerold on 2012-04-03 at 1:03 pm

    Wie stimmt das dann aber mit dem Turiner Grabtuch überein?


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