Location

Sequence of Events

Matt.

Mark

Luke

John

Bethany,
home of Simon the leper

Saturday: Anointing by Mary

People came to see Jesus and Lazarus who was raised from the dead

(26:6-13)

Two more days then Passover (v.2) → Tue night

(14:3-9)

Passover two days away (v.1) → Tue night

 

12:1-8,12

Six days before Passover (v.1) → Sat

 

PASSION WEEK

Jerusalem

Sunday: Triumphant entry into Jerusalem

• People came for they heard the miracle of Lazarus
• Lamentation over Jerusalem & prophecy of destruction

21:1-11

cf. Zech. 9:9

11:1-11a

(looked around at everything)

19:29-44

(wept)

12:12-19 People came because ...

Bethany

Sunday evening: Return to Bethany ZZZ

 

11:11b

 

 

Jerusalem

Monday morning: Cursing of the barren fig tree

21:18-19a

Withers immediately

11:12-14

 

 

Court of the Gentiles?

Second cleansing of the Temple
Charge: From a house of prayer into a robbers' den (Isa. 56:7)

21:12-13

11:15-18

Prohibition to carry anything through the temple

19:45-48

 

 

Greeks want to see Jesus + Voice from heaven

Prediction: His death which would “draw ALL men” unto Himself

 

 

 

12:20-36a

 

Healing and teaching

Outcome: Inspite of Jesus' miracles, the Jews continue in their unbelief. Yet many leaders believed but dared not confess their faith for fear of excommunication.

21:14-16

 

 

( 12:37-43 )

cf. Isa. 53:1; 6:10

Bethany

Monday evening: Return to Bethany ZZZ

21:17

11:19

 

12:36b

Jerusalem

Tuesday morning: Barren fig tree found to be withered

21:19b-23

11:20-26

 

 

Court of the Women
(Mark 12:41)

Chief priests and elders: Challenge of Jesus’ authority for doing “these things”

Answer: John’s baptism ... from heaven, or from men?

PARABLES: (1) The Two Sons (2) The Wicked Farmers (3) The Marriage Feast of the King’s Son

21:23-22:14


Knew He was talking about them (21:45)

11:27-12:12

20:1-19

 

Contest of questions in front of the people

Pharisees and Herodians: “Is it right to pay taxes to Caesar?”

Sadducees: “In the levirate marriages who would be the woman’s husband after the resurrection?”

A lawyer: “Which is the greatest commandment?

JESUS: “Whose Son is the Messiah?”

 

22:15-22

22:23-33

22:34-40

 

22:41-46

 

12:13-17

12:18-27

12:28-34

 

12:35-37a

 

20:20-26

 

20:27-40

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20:41-44

 

Seven woes of grief and anger: Denounces the Scribes and Pharisees publicly

23:1-39

Do whatever they tell you but NOT what they do

12:37b-40

20:45-47

 

Commends the poor widow’s gift of two mites

In contrast to the gloom & doom of Israel’s leaders

 

12:41-44

21:1-4

 

Jerusalem

Predicts the Temple would be destroyed

24:1-2

13:1-2

21:5-6

 

Mt of Olives

Teaches about the end times

PARABLES IN THE OLIVET DISCOURSE: (1) Budding Fig Tree (2) Watchful Owner & Wise Servant (3) Ten Virgins (4) The Talents (5) Sheep and Goats

24:3-25:46

13:3-33

21:7-36

 

 

Tuesday night: Camps out in the Mt of Olives ZZZ

(26:1-2)

Predicts that He would be crucified after two days

 

21:37-38

 

Palace of the High Priest, Jerusalem

Plot to arrest and kill Jesus
• away from the multitudes
• not during the Passover

26:3-5

14:1-2

 

 

A Chronology of the Life of Christ (11)

 



Mind Map of Jesus' Conflict with Jewish Leaders During Passion Week



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