"Therefore, we see that the Sabbath in John 19:31 is not the regular Saturday Sabbath observed on non-festival weeks, but rather a special Passover Sabbath, which commenced on Wednesday at sunset, rather than Friday at sunset. Not only did it start on Wednesday at sunset... but it continued on through three days until Saturday at sunset when the Passover celebration ended. "KJV, I see that you still did not read your own Bible.
Jesus said specifically that he would be dead three days and three nights.
Let's do the math. Crucifixion is supposed to be a slow death, but they rushed it a bit for Jesus probably because there was a high holiday coming up. So instead of taking a day or two it was done in only one afternoon. So dead late Friday afternoon, let's say 5:00 PM, though it could have been later. It is very doubtful that it would be much earlier.
So we start the clock. 5:00 PM to 5:00 AM Saturday is close enough to call one night. 5:00 Am Saturday to 5:00 PM Saturday and now we are at one night and one day. 5:00 PM Saturday until 5:00 AM Sunday morning and we have Two nights and one day. That is close enough to the latest he would have risen by since we know that the first women arrived at just about sunrise, none of the Gospels is sure whether it was before or after sunrise, but at any rate Jesus was up and gone by then. Sine he definitely would have to have undergone the three S's first 5:00 AM is a perfectly reasonable time.
So Jesus was dead two nights and one day. And yet he predicted he would be dead a full 3 nights and 3 days.
What happened? Are you saying that Jesus can't count? Are you saying that the apostles panicked and robbed the grave too soon?
At any rate Jesus did not follow his own prophesy.