Have you ever noticed in the scriptures of the Bible that the days of the week are always referred to as the first day, the second day, the third day, etc?
The Romans gave us the titles we use today: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, etc...all named after the sun, moon, and stars which were also worshipped as gods.
I want to focus on the THIRD DAY (Tuesday). In Genesis 1:9-13, when God was creating all things, the scripture will read 'God saw that it was good' after every creation then the scripture will read 'and the evening and the morning were the _____ day.
Every day will read that way except for the second day and the third day. God did not see it was good on the second day but on the third day 'God saw it was good' twice.
Because of this, it is believed that the 'Third Day' is a double blessed day. More weddings take place in Israel on the 'Third Day' because of the double blessing.
John 2:1....Jesus performed His first miracle at a WEDDING on the THIRD DAY.
Exodus 19....The people consecrated themselves and God came down on the THIRD DAY.
Ezra 6:15....The temple of God was finished on the THIRD DAY.
Esther 5:1....Esther put on her royal robes and she found favor in the king's sight on the THIRD DAY. (As a result, a whole nation was saved.)
There are many references to the 'Third Day' in the Bible, but they do not always refer to the third day of the week. The term will always be significant though when reading the scripture.
Proverbs 25:2....It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter (word or message).
God does conceal messages in scripture and our honour is to unlock them.
My prayer is that you will be 'Double Blessed'.