Location

Sequence of Events

Matt.

Mark

Luke

John

 

WITHDRAWAL TO PEREA

 

 

 

10:40-42

Beyond Jordan

PERAEA & JUDAEA

Pharisees warn Jesus against Herod Antipas

to frighten Jesus away from Perea and back to Jerusalem?

Response: I will leave on the third day for it cannot be that a prophet should perish outside of Jerusalem and ...

 

 

13:31-35

They would not see Him until the time when they say ...

 

 

Receives news that Lazarus was sick

But Jesus stayed two days longer

 

 

 

11:1-17

 

Dines with a Chief Pharisee; heals a man of dropsy

• About receiving and giving hospitality • Parable of the Great Supper - giving up Kingdom blessings for inferior ones

 

 

14:1-6

14:7-24

 

 

Counting the cost of following Him

• Priority of Christ • Builder of a towerKing going to war

 

 

14:25-35

 

 

Murmur: Association with tax-collectors & sinners

Response: Lost and Found parables

 

 

15:1-32

 

 

Answers Phariseesí questions about divorce

An attempt to induce Jesus to say something that would incur Herodís wrath?

19:3-12

10:2-12

16:18

 

Bethany

Raises Lazarus from the dead

 

 

 

11:17-44

Meeting of the Sanhedrin
(in Jerusalem)

Ironic prophecy of Caiaphas, the high priest: Better for one man to die for the people than for the whole nation to perish
Outcome: Priests and Pharisees plot Jesusí death

Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus: "If someone goes to them from the dead, they will repent!" But the priests and Pharisees DID NOT even when Lazarus came back from the dead! (see John 11:46,53; 12:10-11)

 

 

16:19-31

11:45-53

(cf. parable)

 

WITHDRAWAL TO EPHRAIM then to jerusalem

 

 

17:11

11:54-57

A village near the border of Samaria and Galilee

10 lepers stand at a distance and call for mercy

Jesus simply commands them to go and show themselves to the priests (cf. Lev. 14:2-3) Ö implying that they would be healed one (a Samaritan) came back to thank Jesus

 

 

17:12-19

 

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Welcomes and blesses the children

(Godís love encompasses everybody; also see Bartimaeus & Zacchaeus)

19:13-15

10:13-16

18:15-17

 

Jerusalem

RYR: What should I do to inherit eternal life?

Objection: Who then can be saved?

Allegiance: We have left all and followed You!

Parable of Labourers in the Vineyard: Trust the Lord who is just, gracious and generous to reward them

19:16-30
20:1-16

10:17-31

18:18-30

 

Judea

Third announcement of His death and resurrection

20:17-19

10:32-34

Disciples were afraid

18:31-34
Concealed from them

 

Near Jericho

Rebukes the selfish ambition of John and James

• Prompted by the promise that the apostles would sit on 12 thrones?
• Thinking that they were on their way to the inauguration of Jesus as King?

20:20-28

Mom asked

10:35-45

 

 

Jericho

Heals a blind man

Entering Jericho: Meets them (as in Luke)

Leaving Jericho: Heals them (as in Matthew and Mark)

20:29-34

2 blind men

10:46-52

Bartimaeus

18:35-43

 

Jericho

Dines with Zacchaeus, a rich tax-collector

(experiencing salvation cf. the rich young ruler)

 

 

19:1-10

 

Jerusalem

People supposed that the kingdom of God was to appear immediately

Parable of the Pounds: A nobleman went into a far country to receive for himself a kingdom and then return. Meanwhile ...

(25:14-30)

At Mt of Olives

 

19:11-28

 

A Chronology of the Life and Ministry of Christ (10)

 


Mind Map of Jesus' Ministry in Perea and Ephraim



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