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Annunciation to Zacharias.

October,

6

b.c.

Annunciation to Mary.

April,

5

Mary visits Elizabeth, and remains three months.

April-June,

5

Birth of John the Baptist.

June,

5

Jesus Born at Bethlehem.

December,

5

The angel and the shepherds.

5

Presentation of Jesus.

February,

4

Coming of the Magi.

4

Flight of Jesus into Egypt.

4

Return to Nazareth and sojourn there.

May,

4

Jesus, at twelve years of age, attends the Passover.

April,

8

a.d.

John the Baptist begins his labors.

Summer,

26

Baptism of Jesus.

January,

27

Jesus tempted in the Wilderness.

Jan.-Feb.,

27

Deputation of priests and Levites to the Baptist.

February,

27

Jesus returns to Galilee.

27

Wedding at Cana of Galilee.

27

First passover of Jesus' ministry; cleansing of Temple.

April,

27

Jesus begins to baptize (by his disciples).

May,

27

Jesus departs into Galilee, through Samaria.

December,

27

A few weeks spent by Jesus in retirement.

Jan.-Apr.,

28

The Baptist Imprisoned.

March,

28

The second passover; healing of impotent man.

April,

28

Jesus begins his ministry in Galilee.

April-May,

28

Calling of the four disciples, and healings at Capernaum.

28

First circuit in Galilee: healing of the leper.

May,

28

Return to Capernaum, and healing of the paralytic.

Summer,

28

Plucking the corn, and healing the man with withered hand.

28

Choice of apostles, and Sermon on the Mount.

28

Healing of centurion's servant at Capernaum.

28

Journey to Nain, and raising of the widow's son.

28

Message to Jesus of the Baptist.

28

Jesus anointed by the woman, a sinner.

Autumn,

28

Healing at Capernaum of the blind and dumb possessed; charge of the Pharisees that He cast out devils by Beelzebub.

28

Teaching in Parables, and stilling of the tempest.

28

Healing of demoniacs in Gergessa, and return to Capernaum.

28

Matthew's feast, healing of woman with issue of blood, and raising of Jairus' daughter.

28

Healing of two blind men, and a dumb possessed; Pharisees Blaspheme.

28

Second visit to Nazareth; sending of the twelve.

Winter,

29

Death of the Baptist; Jesus returns to Capernaum.

29

Crossing of the Sea, and feeding of the five thousand; return to Capernaum.

Spring,

29

Discourse at Capernaum respecting the bread of life.

April,

29

Jesus visits the coasts of Tyre and Sidon; heals the daughter of the Syro-Phoenician woman; visits the region of Decapolis; heals one with an impediment in his speech; feeds the 4,000.

Summer,

29

Jesus returns to Capernaum; is tempted by the Pharisees; reproves their hypocrisy; again crosses the sea; heals blind man at Bethsaida.

29

Peter's confession that he is the Christ: the transfiguration.

29

Healing of lunatic child.

29

Jesus journeys through Galilee, teaching the disciples; at Capernaum pays the tribute money; goes up to the feast of tabernacles.

Autumn,

29

He teaches in the temple; efforts to arrest him.

October,

29

An adulteress is brought before him; attempt to stone him; healing of a man blind from birth; return to Galilee.

29

Final departure from Galilee; is rejected at Samaria; sending of the seventy.

November,

29

Jesus is attended by great multitudes; parable of the good Samaritan.

29

Healing of a dumb possessed man; renewed blasphemy of the Pharisees; dining with a Pharisee, Jesus rebukes hypocrisy; parable of the rich fool.

Nov.-Dec.,

29

Jesus is told of the murder of the Galileans by Pilate; parable of the fig-tree; healing of a woman eighteen years sick.

29

Feast of Dedication; visit to Mary and Martha: the Jews at Jerusalem attempt to stone him; he goes beyond Jordan.

December,

29

Jesus dines with a Pharisee, and heals a man with dropsy; parables of the great supper, of the lost sheep, of the lost piece of silver, of the unjust steward, of the rich man and Lazarus.

29

326

Resurrection of Lazarus; counsel of the Jews to put him to death; he retires to Ephraim.

Jan.-Feb.,

30

Sojourn in Ephraim till passover at hand; journeys on the border of Samaria and Galilee; healing of ten lepers; parables of the unjust judge, and of Pharisee and publican; teaching respecting divorce; blessing of children; the young ruler, and parable of laborers in the vineyard.

Feb.-Mar.,

30

Jesus again announces his death; ambition of James and John.

March,

30

Healing of blind men at Jericho; Zaccheus; parable of the pounds; departure to Bethany.

30

Supper at Bethany and anointing of Jesus by Mary.

Sat., Apr. 1,

30

Entry into Jerusalem; visit to the temple, and return to Bethany.

Sun., “ 2.

30

Cursing of the fig-tree; second purification of the temple; return to Bethany.

Mon., “ 3.

30

Teaching in the temple; parables of the two sons; of the wicked husbandmen; of the king's son; attempts of his enemies to entangle him; the poor widow; the Greeks who desire to see him; a voice heard from heaven, departure from the temple to the Mount of Olives; discourse respecting the end of the world; return to Bethany; agreement of Judas with the priests to betray him..

Tues, “ 4,

30

Jesus seeks retirement at Bethany.

Wed., “ 5,

30

Sending of Peter and John to prepare the passover; the paschal supper.

Thurs. “ 6,

30

Events at paschal supper.

Thur. eve., Apr. 6,

30

After supper Jesus foretells the denials of Peter, speaks of the coming of the Comforter, and ends with prayer.

Thur. eve., Apr. 6,

30

Jesus in the garden of Gethsemane.

Thur. eve., Apr. 6,

30

Jesus is given Into the hands of Judas.

Thur. mid-n't, Apr. 6,

30

Jesus is led to the house of Annas, and thence to the palace of Caiaphas; is condemned for blasphemy.

Fri. 1–5 A.M. Apr. 7,

30

Mockeries of his enemies: he is brought the second time before the council, and thence taken before Pilate.

Fri. 5–6 A.M., Apr. 7,

30

Charge of sedition; Pilate attempts to release him, but is forced to scourge him and give him up to be crucified.

Fri. 6–9 A.M. Apr. 7,

30

Jesus is crucified at Golgotha.

Fri. 9–12 A.M. Apr. 7,

30

Upon the cross is reviled by his enemies; commends his mother to John; darkness covers the land; he dies; the earth shakes, and rocks are rent.

Fri. 12 M., 3 P.M., Apr. 7,

30

His body taken down and given to Joseph, and laid in his sepulchre.

Fri. 3–6 P.M., Apr. 7,

30

Resurrection of Jesus, and appearance to Mary Magdalene.

Sun. A.M., Apr. 9,

30

Appearance to the two disciples at Emmaus; to Peter and to the eleven at Jerusalem.

Sun. P.M., Apr. 9,

30

Appearance to the apostles and Thomas.

Sun. Apr. 16,

30

Appearance to seven disciples at Sea of Tiberias, and to 500 at mountain in Galilee.

Apr.-May,

30

Final appearance to the disciples at Jerusalem, and ascension to heaven.

Thur., May 18,

30

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