Read the events of Jesus' last week in Jerusalem in historical order from the four Gospels
Are you wanting to draw closer to Jesus and deepen your understanding of the Biblical accounts between Palm Sunday and His Resurrection? Have you considered reading from the four Gospels in historical order to get a fuller picture of what took place?
Even if you’ve been reading the Bible for years, there is always something new to learn. Comparing the Gospels' accounts and reading them in historical order can help you to discover things that you may have never noticed before!
DIVE INTO SCRIPTURE LIKE NEVER BEFORE!
We can see how the Holy Spirit moved the authors of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John to record the same event in different ways, each emphasizing a different aspect or detail.
Find the over-arching narrative and learn to appreciate the way that each book of the Bible fits into the grand story of redemption that God is unfolding.
Better appreciate the culture, language, and customs of the people of the Bible through the lens of each of the Gospel writers.
Spend time in God's Word between Palm Sunday and Easter! Time spent in the Word will help you find fresh awe of everything Jesus experienced in His final days on earth.
All four Gospels stress the importance of Jesus’ final week in Jerusalem. The account of this week occupies fully the last half of the Fourth Gospel (John 12–21) and roughly the last one-third of both Matthew (Matt. 21–28) and Mark (Mark 11–16). Early in his own Gospel, Luke announces that Jesus “set His face to go to Jerusalem” (Luke 9:51).
This FREE timeline provides you with the exact Scriptures to read from the Gospels each day from Palm Sunday to Resurection Day!
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