MATTHEW



Chapter 1

The genealogy of Christ from Abraham to Joseph (1:1-17)
The story of Jesus' birth (1:18-19)
Jesus is born of the Virgin Mary (1:20-25)


Chapter 2

The wise men from the East are directed to Jesus' birthplace by a star (2:1-10)
They worship Him, and offer their presents (2:11-13)
Joseph flees into Egypt with Jesus and His mother (2:14-15)
Herod slays the children (2:16-18)
and Herod dies (2:19-20)
Jesus is brought back into Galilee to dwell in Nazareth (2:21-23)


Chapter 3

John preaches: his work, life, and baptism (3:1-6)
John reprimands the Pharisees (3:7-12)
And baptizes Jesus in Jordan (3:13-17)


Chapter 4

Christ fasts, then is tempted three times (4:1-10)
The angels minister unto Him (4:11-12)
He dwells in Capernaum (4:13-16)
Begins to preach (4:17)
Calls Peter and Andrew (4:18-20)
James and John (4:21-22)
And heals all the diseased (4:23-25)


Chapter 5

Christ begins His sermon on the mount: ( The Beatitudes ) (5:1-2)
Declaring who are blessed (5:3-12)
Who are the salt of the earth (5:13)
The light of the world, the city on a hill (5:14)
And the candle (5:15-16)
He came to fulfil the law (5:17-20)
What it is to kill (5:21-26)
To commit adultery (5:27-30)
About divorce (5:31-32)
And to swear oaths (5:33-37)
He exhorts us to suffer wrong (5:38-42)
To love even our enemies (5:43-47)
And to labor for perfection (5:48)


Chapter 6

Christ continues His sermon on the mount, speaking of alms (6:1-4)
Prayer (6:5-8)
The Lord's Prayer (6:9-13)
Forgiving our brethren (6:14-15)
And fasting (6:16-18)
Where our treasure is to be kept (6:19-23)
Of serving God and mammon (6:24)
He exhorts us not to be concerned about worldly things (6:25-32)
But to seek God's kingdom (6:33-34)


Chapter 7

Christ, ending His sermon on the mount, reproves rash judgment (7:1-5)
Forbids us to cast holy things to dogs (7:6)
Exhorts us to pray (7:7-11)
The Golden Rule (7:12)
To enter in at the narrow gate (7:13-14)
To beware of false prophets (7:15-20)
To be doers of the word (7:21-23)
And to be like the man who builds his house on a rock (7:24-25)
And not on the sand (7:26-29)


Chapter 8

Christ cleanses the leper (8:1-4)
And heals the centurion's servant (8:5-13)
Peter's mother-in-law (8:14-15)
And many other diseased people (8:16-17)
Christ shows how He is to be followed (8:18-22)
He stills the tempest on the sea (8:23-27)
He drives the devils out of two demoniacs (8:28-30)
And allows them to go into the swine (8:31-34)


Chapter 9

Christ cures a paralytic (9:1-8)
He calls Matthew from the tax collector's office (9:9)
Eats with publicans and sinners (9:10-13)
And defends His disciples for not fasting (9:14-19)
He cures a woman of a bloody issue (9:20-22)
Raises Jairus' daughter from death (9:23-26)
Gives sight to two blind men (9:27-31)
And heals a dumb demoniac (9:32-35)
He has compassion on the multitude (9:36-38)


Chapter 10

Christ sends out His twelve apostles, enabling them by His power to do miracles (10:1-4)
He commands them to preach and heal the sick (10:5-15)
He fortifies them against persecutions (10:16-31)
And promises to reward those who acknowledge Him before men (10:32-39)
He promises a blessing to those who receive His apostles (10:40-42)


Chapter 11

Christ teaches and preaches in the cities (11:1)
John sends his disciples to Christ (11:2-6)
Christ's testimony concerning John (11:7-19)
Christ upbraids Chorazin, Bethsaida, and Capernaum for failing to repent (11:20-24)
And, praising His Father's wisdom in revealing the gospel to the simple (11:25-27)
He invites all who feel the burden of their sins (11:28-30)


Chapter 12

Christ reproves the blindness of the Pharisees concerning the breach of the sabbath (12:1-2)
By the Scriptures (12:3-8)
By reason (12:9-12)
And by a miracle (12:13)
Christ foils the Pharisee's plot (12:14-21)
He heals the blind and dumb demoniac (12:22-30)
Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven (12:31-35)
Account must be given of idle words (12:36-37)
He rebukes the unfaithful who seek after a sign (12:38-45)
And declares those who believe in Him to be His family (12:46-50)


Chapter 13

The parable of the sower and the seed (13:1-17)
Christ explains the parable to His disciples (13:18-23)
The parable of the tares (13:24-30)
The parable of the mustard seed (13:31-32)
The parable of the leaven (13:33-35)
The parable of the tares explained (13:36-43)
The parable of the hidden treasure (13:44)
The parable of the pearl (13:45-46)
The parable of the drawnet which was cast into the sea (13:47-50)
The parable of the householder (13:51-53)
Christ is condemned by His own countrymen (13:54-58)


Chapter 14

Herod's opinion of Christ (14:1-2)
Why John the Baptist was beheaded (14:3-12)
Jesus's departure into the desert (14:13-14)
Where He feeds a multitude with five loaves and two fish (14:15-21)
He walks on the sea to His disciples (14:22-33)
At Gennesaret, He heals the sick by the touch of His garment (14:34-36)


Chapter 15

The religious leaders criticize Christ's disciples (15:1-2)
Christ reproves the scribes and Pharisees (15:3-9)
He shows that a man is defiled by what comes out of his mouth (15:10-20)
He heals the daughter of the woman of Canaan (15:21-28)
Jesus heals many (15:29-31)
By a miracle He feeds four thousand men, plus the women and children (15:32-39)


Chapter 16

The Pharisees demand a sign (16:1-4)
Christ warns His disciples of the doctrines of the Pharisees and Sadducees (16:5-12)
The people's opinion of Christ (16:13-15)
And Peter's confession of Him (16:16-20)
Christ foretells His death (16:21-22)
Reproves Peter for seeking to dissuade Him from it (16:23)
And admonishes those who will follow Him to be ready to bear the cross (16:24-28)


Chapter 17

The transfiguration of Christ (17:1-13)
He heals the epileptic (17:14-21)
He foretells His own betrayal, death, and resurrection (17:22-23)
He pays tribute (17:24-27)


Chapter 18

Christ tells disciples to be humble as a little child (18:1-6)
To avoid temptations to sin (18:7-10)
The parable of the lost sheep (18:11-14)
He teaches how we are to deal with our brethren when they offend us (18:15-20)
And how often to forgive them (18:21-22)
Which He sets forth by a parable of the king who settled accounts with his servants (18:23-31)
And punished him who showed no mercy to his fellow servant (18:32-35)


Chapter 19

Christ heals the sick (19:1-2)
Answers the Pharisees concerning divorce (19:3-9)
And talks of marriage (19:10-12)
He receives little children (19:13-15)
Instructs the rich young man how to gain eternal life (19:16-22)
He tells His disciples how hard it is for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God (19:23-26)
And promises reward to those who forsake all else to follow Him (19:27-30)


Chapter 20

The parable of the agreed wages of the vineyard workers (20:1-16)
He foretells His passion (20:17-19)
By answering the mother of Zebedee's children, He teaches His disciples to be humble (20:20-29)
He gives two blind men their sight (20:30-34)


Chapter 21

Christ rides into Jerusalem upon an ass (21:1-11)
Drives the buyers and sellers out of the temple (21:12-16)
Curses the fig tree (21:17-22)
Puts to silence the priests and elders (21:23-27)
And rebukes them by the parable of the two sons (21:28-32)
And the parable of the wicked tenants who abused and slew those the owner sent to them (21:33-41)
The stone the builders rejected (21:42-46)


Chapter 22

The parable of the marriage of the king's son (22:1-8)
And the strangers invited to the wedding (22:9-10)
The punishment of the guest who lacked the wedding garment (22:11-14)
Tribute ought to be paid to Caesar (22:15-22)
Christ refutes the Sadducees on the resurrection (22:23-33)
He answers the lawyer as to which is the first and greatest commandment (22:34-40)
And silences the Pharisees about the Messiah (22:41-46)


Chapter 23

Christ warns the people to follow good teaching, not the evil examples of the scribes and Pharisees (23:1-4)
His disciples must beware of their ambition (23:5-12)
He proclaims eight woes, against the hypocrisy of the scribes and Pharisees (23:13-33)
He prophesies the destruction of Jerusalem (23:34-39)


Chapter 24

Christ foretells the destruction of the temple (24:1-2)
The great calamities which shall precede it ( the tribulation ) (24:3-26)
And the signs of His second coming (24:27-31)
Parable of the fig tree (24:32-35)
Because that day and hour are unknown (24:36-44)
We ought to watch like good servants expecting every moment our master's coming (24:45-51)


Chapter 25

The parable of the ten virgins (25:1-13)
The parable of the talents (25:14-30)
The description of the last judgment (25:31-46)


Chapter 26

Christ foretells His betrayal and death (26:1-2)
The rulers conspire against Christ (26:3-5)
A woman anoints His feet (26:6-13)
Judas betrays Jesus for thirty pieces of silver (26:14-16)
Christ eats the passover (26:17-25)
The Lord's super is instituted (26:26-29)
Peter's denialis predicted (26:30-35)
Jesus's three prayers in the garden of Gethsemane (26:36-46)
He is betrayed with a kiss (26:47-56)
Jesus is lead to Caiaphas (26:57-68)
He is denied by Peter (26:69-75)


Chapter 27

Christ is delivered bound to Pilate (27:1-2)
Judas hangs himself (27:3-10)
Christ is silent before His accusers (27:11-14)
Who should go free Barabbas or Jesus (27:15-18)
Pilate, warned by his wife (27:19-23)
Washes his hands of Christ's death (27:24-25)
He releases Barabbas (27:26-28)
Christ is crowned with thorns, and lead to Golgotha (27:29-33)
Jesus is Crucified (27:34-38)
And reviled (27:39-43)
Jesus dies (27:44-50)
Signs accompanying Jesus death (27:51-56)
Jesus is buried (27:57-61)
His sepulchre is sealed and watched (27:62-66)


Chapter 28

Jesus's resurrection is declared by an angel to the women (28:1-8)
He Himself appears unto them (28:9-10)
The high priests bribe the soldiers to say that He was stolen out of His sepulchre (28:11-15)
Jesus appears to His disciples (28:16-17)
And sends them to baptize and teach all nations. The Great Commission (28:18-20)


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MARK



Chapter 1

The mission of John the Baptist (1:1-8)
Jesus is baptized (1:9-11)
And tempted (1:12-13)
Jesus preaches (1:14-15)
And calls Peter, Andrew, James and John (1:16-20)
Jesus heals one who had an unclean spirit (1:21-28)
Peter's mother-in-law is healed (1:29-31)
And many others are healed (1:32-39)
He cleanses the leper (1:40-45)


Chapter 2

Christ heals a paralytic (2:1-13)
Calls Matthew from his tax collector's office (2:14)
Eats with publicans and sinners (2:15-17)
The parable of cloth and the wine bottles (2:18-22)
Controversy over Sabbath - work (2:23-28)


Chapter 3

Controversy over Jesus healing a withered hand on the sabbath (3:1-5)
Pharisees counsel to destroy Jesus (3:6-10)
He rebukes the unclean spirits (3:11-12)
Jesus chooses twelve apostles (3:13-21)
And refutes the charge that He casts out devils with the aid of Beelzebub (3:22-30)
Jesus acknowledges all who do God's will are His family (3:31-35)


Chapter 4

The parable of the sower (4:1-13)
And its meaning (4:14-20)
We must communicate the light of our knowledge to others (4:21-25)
The parable of the seed growing secretly (4:26-29)
And of the mustard seed (4:30-34)
Christ stills the tempest on the sea (4:35-41)


Chapter 5

Christ delivers the man possessed by the legion of devils (5:1-12)
They enter into the swine (5:13-20)
Jairus pleads for his daughter (5:21-24)
He heals a woman of a bloody issue (5:25-34)
And raises Jairus' daughter from death (5:35-43)


Chapter 6

Christ is unheeded by His countrymen (6:1-6)
He gives the twelve power over unclean spirits (6:7-13)
Various opinions of Christ's identity (6:14-16)
John the Baptist is beheaded (6:17-28)
And buried (6:29)
The apostles return from preaching (6:30-31)
The miracle of five loaves and two fishes (6:32-44)
Christ walks on the sea (6:45-52)
And heals all who touch Him (6:53-56)


Chapter 7

The Pharisees find fault with the disciples for eating with unwashed hands (7:1-7)
While they themselves break the commandment of God by the traditions of men (7:8-13)
Meat defiles not the man (7:14-23)
Jesus heals the Syrophenician woman's daughter (7:24-30)
And a deaf man with a speech impediment (7:31-37)


Chapter 8

Christ feeds the people miraculously (8:1-9)
And refuses a sign to the Pharisees (8:10-13)
He warns His disciples to beware of the doctrine of the Pharisees and of Herod (8:14-21)
Jesus gives a blind man his sight (8:22-26)
And acknowledges that He is the Christ, who must be killed but will rise again (8:27-33)
The price of following Christ (8:34-38)


Chapter 9

He forewarns His followers of persecution (9:1)
Jesus is transfigured (9:2-10)
He teaches His disciples about the coming of Elias (Elijah) (9:11-13)
Casts forth a dumb and deaf spirit (9:14-29)
Jesus foretells His death and resurrection (9:30-32)
He exhorts His disciples to be humble (9:33-37)
And to salute all allies in the faith (9:38-41)
Severe penalties for those who incite sin (9:42-50)


Chapter 10

Christ continues teaching the people (10:1)
He answers the Pharisees on divorce (10:2-12)
Blesses the children who are brought to Him (10:13-16)
Shows a rich man how to inherit eternal life and tells His disciples the danger of riches (10:17-27)
He promises rewards to those who forsake anything for the gospel (10:28-31)
Jesus again foretells His death and resurrection (10:32-34)
He bids the two ambitious disciples to think of suffering with Him (10:35-45)
He restores sight to Bartimaeus (10:46-52)


Chapter 11

Christ rides in triumph into Jerusalem (11:1-11)
Jesus curses a fig tree (11:12-14)
Jesus cleanses the temple (11:15-19)
Exhorts His disciples to steadfastness, to faith and to forgiveness of enemies (11:20-26)
Jesus defends the authority and legality of His actions by the witness of John, a man sent from God (11:27-33)


Chapter 12

In a parable of the vineyard rented to ungrateful tenants, Christ foretells the rejection of the Jews and the calling of the Gentiles (12:1-12)
He avoids the snare of the Pharisees and Herodians about paying tribute to Caesar (12:13-17)
Proves the error of the Sadducees about the resurrection (12:18-27)
The scribe asks Jesus which is the first commandment (12:28-34)
He refutes the scribes' opinion of Christ (12:35-37)
Bids the people to beware of the scribes' ambition and hypocrisy (12:38-40)
And commends the poor widow for giving her two mites (12:41-44)


Chapter 13

Christ foretells the destruction of the temple (13:1-4)
He foretells wars and rumors of wars (13:5-8)
And persecution for the gospel's sake (13:9)
The gospel must be preached to all nations (13:10-13)
Great calamities shall befall the Jews (13:14-23)
Jesus foretells the manner of His second coming (13:24-27)
Parable of the fig tree (13:28-31)
Since this hour is unknown, every man is to watch and pray, lest he be found unprepared (13:32-37)


Chapter 14

The conspiracy against Christ by the chief priests and scribes (14:1-2)
Precious ointment is poured on Jesus head by a woman (14:3-9)
Judas plots to betray his Master for money (14:10-11)
The passover is prepared (14:12-16)
The passover celebrated (14:17-21)
The institution of the Lord's Supper (14:22-25)
Christ foretells the flight of all His disciples, and Peter's denial (14:26-31)
Jesus prays in Gethsemane (14:32-42)
Judas betrays Him with a kiss (14:43-45)
He is apprehended in the garden (14:46-52)
And falsely accused and condemned by the sanhedrin (14:53-64)
Who shamefully abuse Him (14:65)
Peter denies Him three times (14:66-72)


Chapter 15

Christ is brought in bound and accused before Pilate (15:1-5)
Upon the clamor of the people, the murderer Barabbas is freed (15:6-14)
and Jesus is delivered up to be crucified (15:15-16)
He is crowned with thorns (15:17-18)
Spit upon, and mocked (15:19-20)
Simon the Cyrenian is compelled to carry the cross (15:21-23)
Christ is crucified between two robbers (15:24-28)
Suffers the triumphant reproaches of the Jews (15:29-38)
But is confessed by the centurion to be the Son of God (15:39-41)
He is honorably buried by Joseph (15:42-47)


Chapter 16

An angel announces the resurrection of Jesus to three women (16:1-8)
The risen Christ appears to Mary Magdalene (16:9-11)
And to two of His followers going into the country (16:12-13)
And to the eleven apostles (16:14)
Whom He sends forth to preach the gospel (16:15-18)
The ascension of Jesus (16:19-20)


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LUKE



Chapter 1

Luke's preface (1:1-4)
An angel announces the birth of John the Baptist (1:5-25)
Gabriel announces the birth of Christ (1:26-33)
Mary miraculously conceives (1:34-38)
The prophecies of Elisabeth and Mary concerning Christ (1:39-56)
The birth and circumcision of John (1:57-61)
Zacharias confirms the name given John (1:62-66)
The prophecy of Zacharias, about Christ (1:67-75)
And John (1:76-80)


Chapter 2

Augustus enrolls all the Roman Empire (2:1-5)
The birth of Jesus (2:6-7)
An angel announces it to shepherds (2:8-14)
Who journey to Bethlehem to visit Jesus (2:15-20)
Jesus is circumcised (2:21)
They bring Jesus to the temple to present Him to God (2:22-24)
Simeon prophesy of Jesus (2:25-35)
Anna's testimony (2:36-38)
Jesus returns to Nazareth (2:39-40)
Jesus celebrates the passover and discusses religious questions in the temple with the doctors (2:41-50)
Jesus is obedient to His parents, and grows in wisdom (2:51-52)


Chapter 3

The preaching and baptism of John: (3:1-14)
His testimony concerning Christ (3:15-18)
Herod imprisons John (3:19-20)
Christ, baptized, receives testimony from heaven (3:21-22)
The age and genealogy of Jesus Christ, from Joseph back to Adam (3:23-38)


Chapter 4

The temptation and fasting of Christ (4:1-12)
He overcomes the devil (4:13)
And begins to preach (4:14-15)
The people of Nazareth hear His gracious words (4:16-27)
They seek to kill Him (4:28-30)
Jesus cures one possessed of a devil (4:31-37)
Peter's mother-in-law is healed (4:38-39)
Jesus heals many other sick people (4:40)
The devils acknowledge Christ, and are reproved for it (4:41-42)
He preaches in other cities (4:43-44)


Chapter 5

Christ teaches the people from Peter's ship (5:1-3)
In a miraculous catch of fish, Christ shows how He will make Peter and his partners fishers of men (5:4-11)
Christ cleanses the leper (5:12-15)
He prays in the wilderness (5:16-17)
And heals a palsied man (5:18-26)
He calls Matthew, the tax collector (5:27-28)
Eats with sinners (5:29-32)
Jesus teaches about fasting (5:33-35)
Jesus likens faint-hearted and weak disciples to old bottles and worn garments (5:36-39)


Chapter 6

Christ reproves the Pharisees' blindness about the observation of the sabbath (6:1-11)
He chooses twelve apostles (6:12-16)
Heals the diseased (6:17-19)
And preaches of blessings and curses (The Beatitudes) (6:20-26)
He links the obedience of good works to the hearing of the word (6:27-38)
Parable of the blind leading the blind (6:39-45)
Parable of the two foundations (6:46-49)


Chapter 7

Jesus finds a greater faith in the Gentile centurion than in any of the Jews (7:1-9)
And heals his absent servant (7:10)
Jesus raises from death the widow's son at Nain (7:11-16)
and answers John's messengers with the declaration of His miracles (7:17-23)
He tells the people the high opinion He holds of John (7:24-30)
Jesus denounces the Jews, who could not be won by the methods of either John or Christ (7:31-35)
And shows, by example of the sinful woman, He is a friend to sinners (7:36-39)
Parable of the two debtors (7:40-50)


Chapter 8

During Christ's preaching mission with the twelve (8:1)
Women minister unto Him (8:2-3)
Jesus relates the parable of the sower (8:4-8)
And explains it to His disciples (8:9-15)
The parable of the candle (8:16-18)
Christ declares His kinship with all believers (8:19-21)
He rebukes the wind (8:22-25)
Casts the legion of devils out of the man, into the herd of swine (8:26-36)
And is rejected by the Gerasenes (8:37-40)
He heals a woman of a bloody issue (8:41-48)
He raises Jairus' daughter from death (8:49-56)


Chapter 9

Christ sends His apostles to work miracles and to preach (9:1-6)
Herod desires to see Christ (9:7-11)
Christ feeds five thousand (9:12-17)
Peter acknowledges Him to be the Christ (9:18-22)
Christ foretells His passion and warns of the price of following Him (9:23-26)
The transfiguration (9:27-36)
He heals the lunatic (9:37-42)
Jesus again forewarns His disciples of His passion (9:43-45)
He commends humility (9:46-50)
Samaria rejects Jesus, and he rebukes His disciples anger (9:51-56)
Many desire to follow Him, but only on their own conditions (9:57-62)


Chapter 10

Christ sends out seventy disciples at one time to work miracles and to preach (10:1-9)
And foretells judgment on the cities which refuse to receive them (10:10-16)
Jesus admonishes them to be humble, and teaches them in what things they should rejoice (10:17-20)
Jesus thanks God for His grace (10:21-24)
And teaches the lawyer how to attain eternal life (10:25-28)
The parable of the good Samaritan (10:29-37)
Christ reproves Martha and commends Mary (10:38-42)


Chapter 11

Jesus teaches the disciples how to pray (11:1-4)
Parable of the persistent friend (11:5-10)
Parable of the good father (11:11-13)
Jesus casts out a devil (11:14)
A house divided cannot stand (11:15-28)
Jesus preaches to the people (11:29-32)
Parable of the lighted candle (11:33-36)
Jesus rebukes the hypocritical show of holiness in the Pharisees, scribes (11:37-44)
and the lawyers (11:45-54)


Chapter 12

Christ tells His disciples to avoid hypocrisy (12:1-3)
And to have no fear proclaiming His gospel (12:4-12)
He warns the people to beware of covetousness (12:13-15)
The parable of the rich fool (12:16-21)
We must not be anxious about earthly things, but should seek the kingdom of GOD (12:22-34)
The parable of the expectant steward (12:35-40)
The parable of the faithful steward (12:41-48)
Jesus warns of the costs of discipleship (12:49-53)
The people discern physical, but not spiritual signs (12:54-57)
The necessity for reconciliation with our enemies (12:58-59)


Chapter 13

Christ preaches repentance and cites examples of the punishment of the Galilaeans and others (13:1-5)
The parable of the barren fig tree (13:6-10)
Jesus heals the bent and bowed woman (13:11-17)
The parable of the mustard seed (13:18-19)
The parable of the leaven (13:20-21)
Jesus exhorts them to enter in at the narrow gate (13:22-30)
and reproves Herod, along with Jerusalem (13:31-35)


Chapter 14

Jesus heals a man of dropsy on the sabbath (14:1-6)
The parable of the ambitious guest (14:7-14)
By the parable of the great supper, Christ shows how worldly men shall be shut out of heaven (14:15-24)
Many would follow Him but, learning that each disciple must shoulder his own cross, desert (14:25-33)
Christ compares the deserter to salt that has lost its savor (14:34-35)


Chapter 15

The parable of the lost sheep (15:1-7)
The parable of the lost piece of silver (15:8-10)
The parable of the prodigal son (15:11-13)
Who, after wasting his inheritance in a foreign country (15:14-19)
Returns and is reinstated by his father (15:20-32)


Chapter 16

The parable of the unfaithful steward (16:1-13)
Christ reproves the hypocrisy of the covetous Pharisees (16:14-17)
Jesus teaches on divorce (16:18)
The rich man and Lazarus, the beggar (16:19-31)


Chapter 17

Christ teaches His own to avoid occasions of offense (17:1-2)
And to forgive one another (17:3-5)
The power of faith (17:6-10)
Christ heals ten lepers (17:11-19)
Christ teaches on the second coming (17:20-37)


Chapter 18

The parable of the woman and the judge (18:1-8)
The parable of the Pharisee and the publican (18:9-14)
Children are brought to Jesus (18:15-17)
A young ruler, desiring to follow Christ, is hindered by his unwillingness to sacrifice riches and position (18:18-27)
The reward of those who leave all for Christ's sake (18:28-30)
Jesus foretells His death and resurrection (18:31-34)
Jesus restores sight to a blind man (18:35-43)


Chapter 19

Jesus and Zacchaeus, a tax collector (19:1-10)
The parable of the ten pounds (19:11-27)
Christ rides into Jerusalem in triumph (19:28-40)
Jesus weeps over the city (19:41-44)
Jesus drives the buyers and sellers from the temple (19:45-46)
He teaches there daily, unharmed because the rulers fear the people (19:47-48)


Chapter 20

Christ assert His authority by asking a question about John's baptism (20:1-8)
The parable of the wicked vineyard husbandmen (20:9-18)
The question of giving tribute to Caesar (20:19-26)
He silences the Sadducees, who deny the resurrection (20:27-40)
How Christ is the son of David (20:41-44)
He warns His disciples to beware of the scribes (20:45-47)


Chapter 21

Christ commends the poor widow, who only gave a mite (21:1-4)
He foretells the destruction of the temple (21:5-7)
Signs of Christs coming (21:8-19)
Destruction of Jerusalem (21:20-24)
The signs of the last day, and the second coming of Jesus (21:25-28)
The parable of the fig tree (21:29-33)
Jesus exhorts the people to be watching for his return (21:34-38)


Chapter 22

The Jews conspire against Christ (22:1-2)
Satan prepares Judas to betray Him (22:3-6)
The apostles prepare the passover (22:7-13)
The passover is celebrated (22:14-18)
Christ institutes the Lord's Supper (22:19-20)
And in veiled words foretells the traitor (22:21-23)
The desciples argue over who is the greatest (22:24-30)
Jesus predicts Peter's denial (22:31-34)
Jesus predicts coming conflict (22:35-38)
Jesus prays in the garden of Gethsemane, and sweats blood (22:39-46)
Jesus is betrayed with a kiss (22:47-49)
He heals Malchus' ear (22:50-51)
Jesus is arrested (22:52-53)
Peter denies that he is a follower of Jesus, three times (22:54-62)
Jesus is shamefully beaten and abused (22:63-65)
Jesus confesses Himself to be the Son of God before the sanhedrin (22:66-71)


Chapter 23

Jesus is accused before Pilate and sent to Herod (23:1-7)
Herod mocks Jesus (23:8-11)
Herod and Pilate become friends (23:12)
Barabbas is freed by Pilate, and Christ is delivered to the people for crucifixion (23:13-25)
He tells the women who mourn Him, of the forthcoming destruction of Jerusalem (23:26-33)
Jesus prays for His enemies, including the rulers and the soldiers who mock Him (23:34-38)
Two malefactors are crucified with Him (23:39-45)
Jesus death (23:46-49)
Jesus burial (23:50-56)


Chapter 24

Christ's resurrection is declared by two angels to the women who come to the sepulchre (24:1-8)
The women report it to the others (24:9-12)
Christ appears to two disciples on the way to Emmaus (24:13-32)
Proof of Jesus resurrection (24:33-35)
Afterwards He appears to the apostles and reproves their unbelief (24:36-43)
The Great Commission (24:44-48)
Jesus promises the Holy Spirit (24:49)
And ascends into heaven (24:50-53)




CHRONOLOGY   OF   EVENTS
IN   THE   BIBLE   BY   BOOK

GENESIS EXODUS LEVITICUS NUMBERS
DEUTERONOMY JOSHUA JUDGES RUTH
1 SAMUEL 2 SAMUEL 1 KINGS 2 KINGS
1 CHRONICLES 2 CHRONICLES EZRA NEHEMIAH
ESTHER JOB PSALMS PROVERBS
ECCLESIASTES SONG OF SOLOMON ISAIAH JEREMIAH
LAMENTATIONS EZEKIEL DANIEL HOSEA
JOEL AMOS OBADIAH JONAH
MICAH NAHUM HABAKKUK ZEPHANIAH
HAGGAI ZECHARIAH MALACHI MATTHEW
MARK LUKE JOHN ACTS
ROMANS 1 CORINTHIANS 2 CORINTHIANS GALATIANS
EPHESIANS PHILIPPIANS COLOSSIANS 1 THESSALONIANS
2 THESSALONIANS 1 TIMOTHY 2 TIMOTHY TITUS
PHILEMON HEBREWS JAMES 1 PETER
2 PETER 1 JOHN 2 JOHN 3 JOHN
JUDE REVELATION


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