Doesn't the scriptures clearly state, in the context of the women, that buying and preparing spices mean that the messiah must have died on a Wednesday Pesach?
When the women came back to tell the rest of the followers of the messiah that he had risen and that the tomb was empty, they found their message to be disbelieved by the listeners. Today, when the testimony of the women in Mark and Luke establishes a very key context (the death, burial, resurrection as the core of the faith), we find that the some of the listeners once again do not believe them. In the following teaching, you will see just what the women tell us from the scriptures without additions, subtractions or distortions of the Word.
Very simply put, we have the women in Mark’s gospel, resting, followed by purchasing spices. In Luke’s gospel, we have the women, preparing spices, followed by a day of rest. If one would create a context of the Word by having the women prepare spices on a day (Friday- before Sabbath) and then having the women buy other spices or more amounts on the day after that day of rest, then we run into the problem of proper exegesis. For if one has the women prepare spices before buying spices, then the question can be asked like this “What spices did they prepare?” If the Bible is used to test scripture (test scripture by scripture), then we must look to other texts that provide the answer to “What spices?" This is accomplished by looking at Mark who provides the witness that the women bought spices. If Luke's “prepare spices before a Sabbath” is our only text, one could rightly add that the women had some, found some, and received some. But we are not left with only Luke, so we have the women buying spices after a day of rest and preparing spices before a day of rest. This makes Friday the day of buy and prepare - Thursday is the day of rest that Mark mentions that the women had before buying spices. Thursday then can only be the first day of the feast of unleavened and is preceded by a wednesday pesach. Ask me questions and i will answer- this comes from knowing what is written in the Torah.