Life and Times of JC Jesus=Life

Jesus was born in Bethlehem in btwn. 5-7 BC (Mt. 2:1 & Lk. 2:4)

Mary and Joseph fled to Egypt in fear of the wrath of Herod (Mt. 2:14-15)

After Herod's death they returned to Nazareth. Jesus would grow up here, fulfilling the prophecy that he would be called a Nazarene (Mt. 2:23)

Only mention of Jesus's childhood was a trip to the temple for the Passover (Lk. 2:41-51)

Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist in the Jordan River in roughly AD 25 (Mt. 3:13-17, Lk. 3:21-23, Mk. 1:9-11). He was anointed by the Holy Spirit and commended by the Father to begin his ministry.

Right after his baptism, Jesus resorted to the wilderness for 40 days, where he was tempted by Satan. Unlike Adam and Israel, Jesus did not give in to temptation (Mt. 4:1-11, Mk. 1:12-13, Lk. 4:1-13).

"Come and I will make you fishers of men" (Mt. 4:18-22)

Jesus calls the apostles to follow him. These would be His closest disciples, learning from Him.

Jesus heals the sick, casts out demons, preaches in the synagogue, performs miracles, and claims to forgive sin throughout Galilee (Mk. 1:21-2:12)

Jesus's popularity grows and his authority and power are becoming more aware to the public and opposition continues to grow.

Jesus reinterprets the Torah, claims the sin "inside" a person makes them unclean. Purity has to deal with an inward change and not just an outward appearance (Mk. 7:14-23).

His identity was revealed as the Messiah at Caesarea Philippi by Peter (Mk. 8:29). This marks his journey towards Jerusalem.

Along the way to Jerusalem. Jesus predicts his death and resurrection three times (Mk. 8:31, 9:30-31, 10:33-34)

Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem fulfills the prophecy of Zechariah 9:9.

After the Passover meal Jesus went to the Garden of Gethsemane to pray (Mt. 26:36-46).

Judas led a mob to arrest Jesus (Mt. 26:47-56).

Jesus was put on trial before the high priest and Pilate and Herod and sentenced to be crucified (Lk. 22:66-23:25).

On Friday of the Passover he died on the cross at Golgotha (Jn. 19:28-30).

Jesus was put in a tomb by Joseph of Aramathea (Jn. 19:38-42).

On Sunday Mary and a few other women went to the tomb to prepare Jesus for a proper burial. When they arrived they found the tomb was empty! HALLELUJAH!! (Mt. 28:1-10)

Jesus appeared to his disciples and commissioned them (Mt. 28:18-20).

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