Easter Message – Palm Sunday To Pentecost

BACKGROUND NOTES and STUDY MATERIAL PAGE – that was used to organize the order of the images.
Note – they may not be completely in the correct order and there could be mistakes.

Please enjoy looking at this table of contents as much as we did in making it.


Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
The withdrawal from Jerusalem towards Bethany beyond Jordan  Jordon River         10:40-42
And here many believed in Jesus           10:42
L6227 Teaching in Perea on a journey towards Jerusalem         13:22-35  
L6229 Narrow Door to Jerusalem       13:23-30  
L6231 Master closes the Door         13:25-30  
L6233 Jesus warned against Herod Antipas         13:31-32  
L6235 That fox Herod Antipas         13:32-33  
L6237 Jesus’ sorrow for Jerusalem heading to Jerusalem       13:33-35  
L6239 While dining (breakfast) with the chief Pharisee, He again on the Sabbath and defends Himself (comp 49??,50??,51??,6187)         14:1-24  
L6241 Heals house of Pharisee       14:2-4  
L6243 Son         14:5-6  
L6245 Lunch         14:7-11  
L6246 Jesus to host         14:12-14  
L6247 The Parable of the Great Banquet         14:15-24  
L6249 Great crowds follow Jesus and He warns them to count the cost of discipleship to Him (comp. (5687, 5577)         14:25-35  
L6251 Hate         14:26  
L6252 Cross         14:27  
L6253 Tower         14:28-30  
L6255 King war         14:31-33  
Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6257 Salt         14:34-35  
L6259 The Pharisees and the Scribes murmur against Jesus for receiving sinners. He defends Himself by these parables         15:1-32  
L6261 Parable of the Lost sheep         15:3-7  
L6262 Parable of the Lost coin         15:8-10  
L6263 Woman         15:8-9  
L6264 Angels rejoicing         15:10  
L6263 Woman         15:8-9  
L6273 Parable of the Lost son or forgiving father         15:11-31  
L6274 Son without food         15:16-17  
L6275 Other country         15  
L6276 Son came to his Senses         15  
L6277 Older son         15  
L6278 Dead but found         15:31  
L6319 Three parables on stewardship to his disciples         16:1-17:10  
L6321 To the disciples The parable of the Shrewd steward         16:1-15  
L6322 Trust         16:10-12  
L6323 Pharisees         16:14-15  
L6324 Additional teaching         16:16-18  
L6333 Prophets         16:16-17  
L6333 Divorce         16:18  
L6323 To the Pharisees the parable of the rich man and Lazarus         16:19-31  
L6322 Abraham         16:30  
L6323 Moses         16:31  
L6324 To the disciples the parable of the unprofitable servants     18:21-35      
L6325 Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead (brother of Mary and Martha)           11:1-44
L6326 Sin         17:1-10  
L6327 Faith         17:7-10  
L6328 Duty         17:7-10  
L6230 I AM the resurrection and the life           11:25
L6331 Lazarus comes out in grave clothes           11:45-53
L6333 The Jewish leaders plot to kill           11:45-53
L6335 Jesus withdrew to a village called Ephraim           11:54
L6337 Heals on the way to Ephraim to Ephraim         11:54
L6339 Stayed in Ephraim Ephraim         11:54
L6341 Jesus stars on the last journey to Jerusalem by the way of Samaria and Galilee Via Samaria       17:11-19 11:55-57
L6343 10 Lepers are healed by Jesus  via Samaria       17:11-19  
L6345 9 Lepers go  via Samaria       17:11-19  
L6347 1 Leper a foreigner a Samaritan came back and thanked Jesus  via Samaria       17:15-19  
L6349 The coming of the Kingdom of GOD            
L6351 Two parables on prayer     18:1-14      
Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6353 The importunate widow or the Parable of the unjust Judge         18:1-8  
L6355 Widow         18:1-8  
L6357 The Pharisees and the Tax collector (Publican)         18:9-14  
L6359 Tax collector         18:13-14  
L6363 Going from Galilee through Perea. He teaches concerning divorce  Judea past Jordon   19:1-12 10:1-12    
L6365 Divorce  Judea past Jordon   19:1-12 10:1-12    
L6367 Jesus and Children and the failure of the disciples to understand the attitude of Jesus       10:13-16    
L6367 The Little Children and Jesus     19:13-15 10:13-16 18:15-17  
L6369 Child            
L6373 The rich young ruler     19:16-28 10:17-31 18:18-25  
L6375 The eye of the needle – camel     19:24 10:25 18:24-27  
L6377 Rewards of following Jesus     19:27-30 10:27-31 18:27-30  
L6379 Things are possible with God     19:26      
L6381 The last will be first and the first will be last     19:30      
6383 Parable of workers in vineyard     20:1-16      
L6385     20:      
L6387     20:      
L6391     20:      
L6393 The last will be first and the first will be last     20:16      
L6395 Jesus again foretells to the disciples His death and resurrection  to Jerusalem   20:17-19 10:32-35 18:31-34  
L6396     20:      
Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6397 Mother’s request     20:20-24 10:35-45 18:31-34  
L6398 Disciples reaction and Jesus comment     20:24-28      
L6399 Blind man healed approaching Jericho   out of Jericho AD32     18:35-43  
L6400 Jesus spoke   AD32     18:42-43  
L6401 Jericho called the “city of palm trees” 825 feet below sea level Jericho AD32        
L6403 Inside Jericho  Inside Jericho AD32     19:1  
Zacchaeus up a tree  Inside New Jericho AD32     19:1-10  
L6407 Jesus visits Zacchaeus for a meal..[possible stayed Thursday night or a midday meal]  Inside New Jericho AD32     19:1-10  
L6409 Zacchaeus pays back money  Inside New Jericho AD32     19:8  
L6410  Inside New Jericho AD32        
L6411 Jesus says “salvation has come to this house”  Inside New Jericho AD32     19:9-10  
L6412  Inside New Jericho AD32        
L6413 Parable of the pounds or ten minas  near Jerusalem AD32 L6418   19:11-27  
L6417 Sets out from Jericho to Jerusalem. [ 24KM approx 4-8 hours all
uphill Jericho 825 feet below sea level Jerusalem 2,610 feet above sea. level Total climb 3,425 feet………(remember 2-3hour rest in middle of day)
  AD32     19:28  
L6419 Two blind men touched eyes. [Leaving Jericho]   AD32 20:29-34      
L6421 Blind Bartimaeus says “Go’ [Leaving Jericho] old Jericho     AD32   10:46-52
L6422 New moon [First] nearest to spring vernal equinox   AD32-3-28 – 1st Nisan   10:46-52    
INFO AD27 AD28 AD29 AD30 AD31 AD32 AD33 AD34 AD35 AD36
L6425 1st Nisan 14 days to 4th Passover 2 3 22Wed-23Th 5 6 28th March 8 9 10 11
L6426 2nd Nisan 13 days to 4th Passover 2 3 23Th-24Fri 5 6 29th March 8 9 10 11
L6427 3rd Nisan 12 days to 4th Passover 2 3 24Fri-25Sat 5 6 30th March 8 9 10 11
L6428 4th Nisan 11 days to 4th Passover 2 3 25Sat-26Sun 5 6 31st March 8 9 10 11
L6429 5th Nisan 10 days to 4th Passover 2 3 26Sun-27Mon 5 6 1st April 8 9 10 11
L6430 6th Nisan 9 days to 4th Passover 2 3 27Mon-28Tue 5 6 2nd April 8 9 10 11
L6431 7th Nisan 8 days to 4th Passover 2 3 28Tue-29Wed 5 6 3rd April 8 9 10 11
L6432 8th Nisan 7 days to 4th Passover     29Wed-30Th     4th April        
L6433 9th Nisan 6 days to 4th Passover     (our Thursday sunset to Friday sunset 30th 31st march AD29?)     5th April        
10TH NISAN 5 days to Passover – PALM SUNDAY           Saturday [Friday sunset-Saturday sunset] was the triumphal entry: April 6th and 10 Nisan (at dusk) 4th April      
L643511th Nisan 4 days to to 4th Passover – Monday           Sunday [Saturday sunset-Sunday sunset]the fig tree was cursed: April 7th and 11 Nisan (at dusk)        
L6436 12th Nisan 2 days to 4th Passover           Monday [Sunday sunset-Monday sunset] the conspirators counseled: April 8th and 12 Nisan (at dusk)        
L6437 13th Nisan 1 day to 4th Passover           Tuesday [Monday sunset-Tuesday sunset] was the Last Supper: April 9th and 13 Nisan (at dusk)        
L6437a 14th Nisan 4th Passover           Wednesday [Tuesday sunset-Wednesday sunset]was the Crucifixion: April 10th and 14 Nisan (at dusk)        
L6437b 15th Nisan Pasover AD32     22Wed-23Th              
L6437c 15th Nisan THURSDAY 4th Passover 14th April AD33 also 14th Nisan (or 4th Tues-5th if AD29 or Ad32 or different calendar Different dates change 4th Passover April 11 March 30 23th 4th Tues-5th if AD29 April 7 April 24 Wednesday 10th April AD32 4th Tues-5th if AD32 THURSDAY 4th Passover 14th April April 22    
L6437d 16th Nisan     23Th-24Fri     11th April        
L6437e 17th Nisan     24Fri-25Sat     12th April        
L6438 18th Nisan     25Sat-26Sun     13th April        


Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6440 Jesus arrives at Bethany near Jerusalem Bethany AD32     19:29 11:55-57
L6441 1st Triumphal entry Jerusalem 6th April AD32 – 10th Nisan        
L6442 9th Nisan 6 days to Passover (our Thursday sunset to Friday sunset 30th 31st march AD29?) or AD30 or AD32 or AD33 Jerusalem 6th April AD32 – 10th Nisan        
L6443 6 days to go dinner  Bethany  AD32       12:1
L6445 Mary and Martha and Lazarus’ house  Bethany  AD32       12:1-11
Mary of Bethany poured 600ml of pure nard on Jesus feet and wiped Jesus feet with her hair  Bethany  AD32-4-5 – 9 Nisan       12:1-11
L6448 Mary with Nard. Time with 6 Days to go  Bethany  AD32-4-5 – 9 Nisan       12:1-11
L6449    AD32        
L6451    AD32        
L6453 Crowds    AD32        
L6455 Chief priests    AD32        
L6456 Walk from Jericho to Jerusalem  Jericho  AD32     19:29  
PALM SUNDAY – if 4TH APRIL AD33 – 10TH NISAN 5 days to PASSOVER    AD32        
L6457 Jesus triumphal entry into Jerusalem as the Messiah  Mount of Olives  AD32-4-6 – 10th Nisan 21:1-11 11:1-11 19:29-44 12:12-19
Jesus rides on a donkey to Jerusalem  6th April AD32 21:1-11 11:1-11 19:28-44  
Palm branches to Jerusalem  6th April AD32 21:1-11 11:1-11   12:12-19
L6463   AD32 21:1-11 11:1-11 19-35 12:13
L6464   AD32   11:12-19    
L6465 Jesus weeps over Jerusalem  near Jerusalem  AD32     19:41-44  
L6467 Jesus cleans the Temple  Temple AD32 21:12-13 11:15-17 19:45-46  
L6483 Monday 11th Nisan 4 days to Passover   AD32        
L6490 The barren fig three cursed   AD32 21:18-22 11:19-25 21:37-38  
L6491   AD32        
L6492 The second cleansing of the temple(comp.0031)  Temple AD32 21:12-17      
L6493   Ad32        
L6494   Ad32        
L6495 The desire of some Greeks to see Jesus puzzles the disciples and leads Jesus in Agitation   AD32       12:20-50
L6496 Jesus Predicts His death   AD32       12:20-50
L6497   AD32        
L6498   AD32        
L6499 The voice from heaven   AD32       12:27-33
L6500 Light   AD32       12:35-36
L6501 Jesus hid himself   AD32       12:36
Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6502 The Many of the Jewish leaders continue in their unbelief  near Bethany AD32       12:37-50
L6503 Light Lamp   AD32       12:44-46
L6504   AD32       12:27-50
L6505 The barren fig tree found to have withered near Bethany AD32 21:19-22 11:19-25    
L6506 The rulers (Sanhedrin) formally challenge the authority of Jesus as an accredited teacher (Rabbi)   AD32 21:23-22-14 11:27-12:2 20:1-19  
L6507 The parable of the tenants   AD32     20:9-16  
L6508 The stone the builders rejected   AD32     20:17-19  
L6510 The parable of the wedding banquet   AD32 22:1-14      
L6511 The Pharisees and the Herodians try to ensnare Jesus about paying taxes to Caesa   AD32 22:15-22 12:13-17 20:20-26  
L6512 Coin   AD32        
L6513 The Sadducees ask Him a puzzling question about marriage at the resurrection   AD32 22:23-33 12:18-27 20:20-26  
L6517   AD32        
L6519 The Pharisees rejoice over the rout of the Sadducees and a Pharisees lawyer asks Jesus a legal question   AD32 22:34-40 12:28-34    
L6520   AD32        
L6521   AD32        
L6523   AD32        
L6524   AD32        
L6525   AD32        
L6527 Jesus , to the joy of the multitude, silences His enemies by the pertinent question of the Messiah’s descent from David and lordship over David  Temple  AD32 22:41-46 12:35-37 20:41-44  
L6531 Whose Son is the Christ    AD32     20:41-44  
L6532 In Jesus last public discourse, Jesus solemnly denounces the Scribes and Pharisees    AD32 23:1-39 12:38-40 20:45-47  
L6533   AD32        
L6534   AD32        
L6535   AD32        
L6540 1st woe   AD32 23:13-14      
L6541 2nd woe   AD32 23;15      
L6543 3rd woe   AD32 23:16-22      
L6545 4thwoe   AD32 23:23-24      
L6547 5th woe   AD32 23:25:-26      
L6549 6th woe   AD32 23:27-28      
L6551 7th woe   AD32 23:29-36      
Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6553   AD32        
L6555   AD32        
L6557 As a hen gathers her chicks   AD32     23:37-39 13:34-35
L6559 Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord, Psalm 118:26   AD32     23:39  
L6561 Jesus closely observes the contributions in the Temple and commends the poor widow’s gift  Treasury  AD32   12:41-44 21:1-4  
L6563 The widow’s mite (coin  Treasury  AD32   12:42 21:1-4  
L6564 Jesus to disciples   AD32   12:43-44 21:3-4  


Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6000 Jesus teaching in the temple -signs of the end of the age.         21:5-38  
L6001 were Jesus was spending his nights – Mount of Olives   AD32       21:37-38
L6602 Sitting on the Mount of Olives, Jesus speaks to His own 12 disciples about the destruction of Jerusalem, and His own second coming.
…………..in Apocalyptic language. The great Eschatological discourse
Mount of Olives AD32 24 & 25 13:1-37  
L6003   AD32        
L6604   AD32        
L6605 Signs   AD32 24:1-25:46      
L6606 I AM the Messiah   AD32 24:5,24:23      
L6609 Birth pains   AD32 24:8      
L6607 The abomination that causes Desolation   AD32 24:15      
L6611 Trumpet   AD32 24:31      
L6613 The day and hour   AD32 24:36-51      
L6615   AD32        
L6617   AD32        
L6619   AD32        
L6621 The parable of the Ten Virgins   AD32 25:1-13      
L6623   AD32        
L6625   AD32        
L6627   AD32        
L6629   AD32        
L6631 The parable of the Talents   AD32 25:14-30   19:11-38  
L6633   AD32        
L6635   AD32        
L6637   AD32        
L6639   AD32        
L6640 The Sheep and the Goats   AD32 25:31-46      
L6642   AD32        
L6643   AD32        
Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6644 Bethphage House of Figs is about 1.5Km North of Bethany  Bethphage  AD32        
L6645   AD32        
L6647   AD32        
L6649 WEDNESDAY   AD32        
L6650 12th Nisan 2 days to   AD32        
L6651 Jesus predicts His Crucifixion two days hence (Jewish Friday) 12 Nisan   AD32 26:1-5 14:1-2 22:1-2  
L6652 Jesus with cross in His hands   AD32 26:1-5 14:1-2 22:1-6  
L6653 At the feast in house of Simon the Leper, a woman anoints Jesus for His burial Bethany SpringAD32 26:6-13 14:3-9    
L6655 On Jesus’ head Bethany SpringAD32 26:6-13 14:3-9    
L6657   AD32        
L6659 Judas Iscariot   AD32     22:1-6  
L6661 Judas Iscariot, stung by the rebuke of Jesus at the feast, bargains with the Jewish rules to betray Jesus   AD32 26:14-16 14:10-11 22:3-6  
L6663 (Matthew 27:9)   AD32 26:15 14:11 22:5-6  
L6664 The chief priests   AD32     22:1-2  
L6665 Passover AD32   AD32        
L6666 THURSDAY 4th Passover 14th April AD33 also 14th Nisan (or 4th
-5th if AD29 or AD32 or different calendar Different dates change
L6667 The preparation for the Paschal Meal at the home of a friend
(possibly that of John Mark’s Farther and Mother)
  AD32 26:17-19 14:12-16 22:7-13  
L6669 Jesus and His apostles reclined at the table   AD32     22:14-16  
L6671 Just before Passover   AD32       13:1
L6673 Jesus partakes of the Paschal Meal with the twelve apostles and rebukes their jealousy Upper Room,Passover  AD32 26:20 14:17 22:7-38 13:1-38
L6677 Sandal  Jerusalem  AD32        13:4-10
L6678   AD32        
L6679   AD32        
L668 During the Paschal Meal, Jesus washes the feet of the twelve apostles   AD32       13:1-20
L6683 Towel   AD32       13:4-10
L6685 Peter   AD32       13:6-9
L6687 At the Paschal Meal Jesus points out Judas as the betrayer   AD32 26:21-25 14:18-21 22:21-23 13:1-30
L6689 The piece of bread in the special dip   AD32       13:26-27
L6693   AD32        
L6705 After the departure of Judas Jesus warns the disciples (Peter in particular)against desertion, while all protest their loyalty   AD32 26:31-35 14:27-31 22:31-38 13:31-38
L6707 A new commandment   AD32       13:34
L6708 Disown me three times by the time the Rooster crows   AD32     22:54-62 13:38
L6709   AD32        
L6710   AD32        
Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6711   AD32        
L6713   AD32        
L6715 Jesus institutes the memorial of eating bread and drinking wine   AD32 26:26-29 14:22-24 22:7-201cor 11:23-26
L6717 Day of Unleavened Bread (Passover Lamb)   AD32     22:7  
L6719 Cup     22:17      
L6721 Bread     22:19      
L6723 2nd cup     22:20      
L6725   AD32        
L6727   AD32        
L6729 A dispute     22:24-38      
L6731 Two swords     22:38      
L6732 Jesus Prays on the Mount of Olives     22:39-46      
L6733 The farewell discourse to His disciples in the upper room       14:1-31    
L6735 Jesus comforts His disciples       14:1-4    
L6737 Jesus the way to the father       14:4-14    
L6739 Jesus promises the holy spirit       14:15-31    
L6741 The discourses on the way to Gethsemane       15&16    
L6740 Branches       15:1-17    
L6745 The world hates the disciples       15:1827    
L6746 Told you       16:1-4    
Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6747 The work of the Holy Spirit       16:1-16    
L6745 The world hates the disciples       15:18-27    
L6746 Told you       16:1-4    
L6747 The work of the Holy Spirit       16:1-16    
Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6749 The disciples’ grief will turn to joy       16:17-31    
L6751   AD32        
L6753   AD32        
L6757 Christ’s intercessory prayers Gethsemane – Mount of Olives         17:1-26
L6758 3 Prayers Gethsemane – Mount of Olives         17:1-26
L6759 Jesus Prays for Himself Gethsemane – Mount of Olives         17:1-6
L6761 Jesus prays for His disciples Gethsemane – Mount of Olives         17:6-19
L6763 Jesus prays for all believers Gethsemane – Mount of Olives         17:20-26
L6765 Going forth to Gethsemane, Jesus suffers long in agony Gethsemane – Mount of Olives   26:30,36-46 14:32-42 22:39-46 18:1


Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6800 Jesus is betrayed, arrested, and forsaken Mount of Olives   26:47-56 14:43-52 22:47-53 18:2-12
L6801 Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus with a Kiss (a greeting which
includes embrace and kissing each cheek
Mount of Olives   26:47-50 14:43-45 22:47-48 18:1-9
L6803 Soldiers come with chief priests etc Mount of Olives   26:47 14:43 22:52-53 18:9-10
L6804 Peter and his sword Mount of Olives   26:51-54 14:44-47 22:50  
L6805 Jesus arrested Mount of Olives   26:55-57 14:43-48 22:44-53  
L6806 FRIDAY 14th Nisan (our Thursday sunset to Friday sunset) 3rd April AD33 Jerusalem          
Years CE
Easter Date Passover Date False Pentecost True Pentecost
March 31
April 21
May 19
June 15
April 13
April 11
June 2
April 4
March 30
May 23
April 24
April 18
June 12
April 9
April 7
June 7
March 31
April 24
May 19
June 15
April 20
April 14
June 8
April 10
April 3
May 29
March 28
April 22
May 16
June 12


Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6807 Good Friday Traditional day of trials, cross and death Jerusalem AD32        
L6808 Or THURSDAY 14th Nisan (our Wednesday sunset to Thursday
sunset)…2nd April AD33. Other years 4th or 14th
AD33…AD30, AD31
Jerusalem AD32        
L6809 One year we like for the crucifixion is Wednesday sunset 10th April AD32 Jerusalem AD32  27:15-26  15:6-15  23:26-46  18:38-19:6
L6810 14th NISAN Spring or Vernal equinox 1st Full Moon 4th
wed-5th Thursday April 29AD or 2nd Thursday or 12th
Thursday AD33 or AD30, AD31
Jerusalem AD32        
L6811 Say about our 0000 or our midnight Jerusalem AD32        
L6812 6 Trials of Jesus in a few hours Jerusalem AD32 22:54-23:25  
L6813 Jesus first examined by Annas, ex-High Priest and Caiaphas’ father in Law Jerusalem AD32   18:12-14,19-23
L6814 Jesus hurriedly tried and condemned by Caiaphas and the Sanhedrin, who mock and buffet Him Jerusalem AD32 26:57,59-68 14:53,55-65 22:54,63-65 18:24
L6815 Peter 1st denial Jerusalem AD32 26:69-70 14:66-68 22:54-62 18:15-18, 25-27
L6817 Peter 2nd denial Jerusalem AD32 26:71 14:69 22:58 18:25
L6818 Jerusalem AD32        
L6819 Peter 3rd denial Jerusalem AD32 26:73 15:71 22:59-60 18:26-27
L6820 The rooster crows Jerusalem AD32 26:74 15:72 22:60 18:27
L6821 Peter leaves crying Jerusalem AD32 26:75 15:72 22:62  
L6822 Soldiers mock Jesus Jerusalem AD32     22:63-65  
L6823 After dawn or sunrise say 0600 either Thursday or Friday Jerusalem AD32        
L6824 Jesus is formally condemned by the Sanhedrin Jerusalem AD32 27:1 15:1 22:66-71  
L6825 Remorse and Suicide Judas Iscariot, son of Simon the betrayer Jerusalem AD32 27:3-10     Acts 1:15-26
L6830 Jesus before Pilate – first time- 4th trial Jerusalem AD32 27:1-2   23:1-25  
L6832 Jesus before Herod Antipas – 5th trial Jerusalem AD32     23:8-12  
L6834 Jesus before Pilate – second time- 6th trial Jerusalem AD32 27:11-26   23:13-25  
L6836 The soldiers mock Jesus – in the Praetorium after the death sentence had already been passed. Jerusalem AD32 27:27-31      
L6838 The Crucifixion Out side Jerusalem AD32-4-10 – 14th Nisan 27:32-44   23:26-43  
L6840 The Death of Jesus Out side Jerusalem AD32-4-10 – 14th Nisan 27:45-56   23:44-49  
L6842 The Death of Jesus Out side Jerusalem AD32-4-10 – 14th Nisan 27:45-56   23:44-49  
L6844 The burial of Jesus Out side Jerusalem AD32-4-10 – 14th Nisan 27:57-61   23:50-56  
L6846 The Guard at the tomb Out side Jerusalem AD32-4-10 – 14th Nisan 27:62-66      
L6848 They made sure 27:62-66 Out side Jerusalem AD32-4-10 – 14th Nisan      


Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6900 3 days 3 nights Out side Jerusalem AD32        
L6901 Out side Jerusalem AD32        
L6902 Out side Jerusalem AD32        
L6903 Out side Jerusalem AD32        
L6904 EASTER SUNDAY Out side Jerusalem AD32        
L6905 RESURRECTION SUNDAY 19TH Nisan Out side Jerusalem If AD32 – 13th April        
L6905 RESURRECTION SUNDAY 19TH Nisan Out side Jerusalem If AD33 5th or 15th April        
L6906 The two women buy spices Jerusalem or near by AD32   16:1    
L6907 The visit of the women to the tomb of Jesus about sunrise (0600) Sunday morning Out side Jerusalem AD32 28:1-11 16:2-8 24:1-8 20:1
L6908 The earthquake around Jerusalem AD32   28:2    
L6909 The rolling away of the stone by an angel out side Jerusalem AD32 28:2-4 16:4 24:2  
L6910 The fright of the Roman soldiers out side Jerusalem AD32 28:4      
L6911 The message of the angels about the empty tomb out side Jerusalem AD32 28:5-7 16:5-7 24:7-8  
L6912 The round stone door rolled away out side Jerusalem AD32 28:2 16:4 24:2  
Info Location Date Mathew Mark Luke John
L6913 He is not here (mark 16:6 Luke24:6) out side Jerusalem AD32 28:6 16:6 24:6  
L6914 He is Risen (mark 16:6, Luke 24:6) out side Jerusalem AD32 28:6 16:6 24:6  
L6915 Come see where He lay (Mat 27::66-28:6) out side Jerusalem AD32 28:6 16:6    
L6916 out side Jerusalem AD32        
L6917 Mary Magdalene and the other women report to the apostles Jerusalem AD32     24:9-12 20:2-10
L6918 Peter and John run to the empty tomb out side Jerusalem AD32     24:12 20:3-9
L6919 out side Jerusalem AD32        
L6920 The appearance of Jesus to Mary Magdalene (1st of 12 appearances) Sunday 17th and 21st of Nisan out side Jerusalem AD32 28:1 16:9-11   20:11-18
L6921 The appearance of Jesus to the other women (2nd of 12 appearances) out side Jerusalem AD32 28:9-10      
L6922 Jesus message to His disciples Jerusalem AD32 28:10      
L6923 Some of the guard report to the Jewish rulers Jerusalem AD32 28:11-15      
L6923a Peter looks inside the empty tomb Out side Jerusalem AD32     24:12  
L6924 The appearance to two disciples (Cleophas and another) on the road to Emmaus (3rd of 12) Near Emmus AD32   16:12-13 24:13-32  
L6925 The report of the two disciples Jerusalem AD32     24:33-35 1 cor.15:5
L6926 The news of the appearance of Jesus to Simon Peter (4th 0f 12) Jerusalem AD32     24:33-35 1 cor.15:5
L6927 The appearance to the astonished disciples (Thomas absent) with a commission (5th of 12 ) Jerusalem AD32   16:14 24:36-43 20:19-25
L6928 Their failure to convince Thomas Jerusalem AD32       20:24-25
L6929 Jesus talks to Thomas Jerusalem AD32       20:26-29
L6930 an ending Jerusalem AD32       20:30-31
L6932 Jerusalem AD32        
L6933 2ND SUNDAY 24th Nisan Jerusalem AD32        
L6934 The Appearance of Jesus to the disciples the next Sunday night (6th of 12) Jerusalem AD32       20:26-31
L6935 The convincing of Thomas Jerusalem AD32       20:26-31
L6936 Jerusalem AD32        
L6937 The appearance of Jesus to Seven Disciples beside the Sea of Galilee (7th of 12) Sea of Tiberias AD32       21:1-25
L6938 The miraculous catch of fish 153 fish and the net did not break Sea of Galilee AD32-4-??       21:1-25
L6939 Peter jumped into the water Sea of Galilee AD32-4-??       21:7
L6940 Eating the meal Sea of Galilee AD32       21:12-13
L6941 Peter reinstated Sea of Galilee AD32       21:15-23
L6942 Comment by the writer of this book – JOHN   AD32       21:24-25
L6943 2nd Sunday   AD32        
L6944 3rd Sunday   AD32        
L6945 4th Sunday   AD32        
L6946 5th Sunday   AD32        
L6947 Jesus appears to the eleven disciples on a mountain in Galilee (8th of 12) in Galilee AD32 28:16-20 16:15-18    
L6948 The great commission given hMountian in Galilee AD32 28:16-20      
L6949 Jesus appears to about five hundred on a mountain in Galilee (9th of 12)   AD32       1 cor. 15:6
L6950 Jesus appears to James his brother (10 of 12)   AD32       1 cor. 15:7 Gal 1:9
L6951 Late or second Passover 14th Iyar   AD32        
L6952   AD32        
L6953 6th Sunday   AD32        
L6954 Jesus appears to the disciples with another commission (11 and 12 of 12)   AD32     24:44-49 Acts 1:3-8
L6955 Jesus last appearance near Bethany AD32   16:19-20 24:50-53 Acts 1:9-12
L6953 6th Sunday   AD32        
L6954 Jesus appears to the disciples with another commission (11 and 12 of 12)   AD32     24:44-49 Acts 1:3-8
L6955 Jesus last appearance near Bethany AD32   16:19-20 24:50-53 Acts 1:9-12
L6969 THURSDAY May 14 33AD 27th Iyar            
L6970 40 days later after Passover   AD32-5-20 – Thursday        
L6971 The ascension near Bethany near Bethany AD32-5-20 – Thursday     24:50-52  
L6972 Jesus going up into the clouds near Bethany AD32-5-20 – Thursday     24:51  
L6973 Worshiping GOD at the Temple Jerusalem AD32     24:53  
L6974 7th Sunday called Whitsunday   AD32        
L9990 Ascension near Bethany If AD32, Thursday, 20th May        
L9990a Ascension near Bethany If AD33, Thursday, May 14th        
L6992 10days   AD32        
L6993 Pentecost Feast of weeks,1st or early harvest, Shavuot, 6th Sivan Sunday 30th May AD32 or if Sunday 24th May AD33 – Summer (May-June-July) Acts 2:1-41    If AD32, Sunday, 30th May        
L6994 Sunday   AD32-05-30        
L6995 50 days after Passover Jerusalem AD32-05-30       Acts 2:1-41
L6996 Fire-tongues of fire resting on the early disciples Jerusalem AD32-05-30       Acts 2:1-4
L6998 Pentecost, Feast of Weeks or Shavuot also called Whitsunday   AD32-05-30        
L9999 Pentecost Jerusalem If AD32, Sunday, 30th May        
L9999a Pentecost Jerusalem If AD33, Sunday, May 24th        
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