The following is a Biblically corrected day and sequence chart of the last week

Last Week of Yeshua's Ministry on Earth
(For further details on this section of Scripture see catalog of tapes and books on John and see our Book "God's master Plan from Aleph to Tav")

Jesus Arrives and Great Shabbat Meal at Bethany (From Friday afternoon till Saturday Night, March 29 and March 30, A.D. 30)
Mt. 26:6-13; Mr. 14:3-9 John 11:55-12:11)

Jesus' Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem (From Bethany to Jerusalem and back, Sunday, March 31, A.D. 30) Mt. 21:1-12,14-17; Mr. 11:1-11; Lu. 19:29-44; John 12:12-19

Barren Fig-Tree Temple Cleansed (Road from Bethany and Jerusalem. Monday, April 1, A.D. 30) Mt. 21:18,19,12,13; Mr. 11:12-18; Lu. 19:45-48

Fig-Tree Withered (Road from Bethany to Jerusalem, Tuesday, April 2, A.D. 30) Mt. 21:20-22; Mr. 11:19-25; Lu. 21:37,38

In Reply to the Questions as to His Authority (In the Court of the Temple. Tuesday, April 2, A.D. 30) Mt. 21:23-27; Mr. 11:27-33; Lu. 20:1-8

Jewish and Edomite priests Seek to Ensnare Jesus (Court of the Temple. Tuesday, April 2, A.D. 30)

Pharisees and Herodians Ask About Tribute Mt. 22:15-22; Mr. 12:13-17; Lu. 20:20-26

Sadducees Ask About Resurrection Mt. 22:23-33 Mr. 12:18-27; Lu. 20:27-39

Lawyer Asks Great Commandment Mt. 22:34-40 Mr. 12:38-34; Lu. 20:40

Question Which None Could Answer Mt. 22:41-46 Mr. 12:35-37; Lu. 20:41-44

Denunciation of Scribes and Pharisees (In the court of the Temple. Tuesday, April 2, A.D. 30) Mt. 23:1-39; Mr. 12:38-40; Lu. 20:45-47

Offerings and Widow's Mites (In the Temple. Tuesday, April 2, A.D. 30)
Mr. 12:41-44; Lu. 21:1-4

Greeks Seek Jesus He Foretells That He Shall Draw All Men Unto Him (In the Temple. Tuesday, April 2, A.D. 30) Jn. 12:20-50

Destruction of Jerusalem Foretold Mt. 24:1-28; Mr. 13:1-23; Lu. 21:5-24

Second Coming Mt. 24:29-51 Mr. 13:24-37 Lu. 21:25-37

Conclusion Discourse Parables of Virgins and Talents The Final Judgment (Mount of Olives. Tuesday, April 2, A.D. 30) Mt. 25:1-46

Jesus Predicts Rulers Plot and Judas Bargains for His Death (Mount of Olives, Bethany, and Jerusalem. Monday after sunset, which Jews regarded as the beginning of Tuesday) Mt. 26:1-5,14-16; Mr. 14:1,2,10,11 Lu. 22:1-6

Preparation for Passover Disciples Contend for Precedence (Bethany to Jerusalem. Monday afternoon and, after sunset, beginning of Tuesday)
Mt. 26:17-20; Mr. 14:12-17; Lu. 22:7-18,24-30

The Supper Two days Before the Jewish Passover Jesus Washes the Disciples' Feet (Monday evening of the beginning of Tuesday) Jn. 13:1-20

Judas' Betrayal and Peter's Denial (Jerusalem. Evening before the crucifixion)
Mt. 26:21-25,31-35 Mr. 14:18-21,27-31 Lu. 22:21-23,31-38; Jn. 13:21-38

The Passover Supper (Passover fulfillment) (Jerusalem. Tuesday Evening (Beginning of Wednesday) before the crucifixion on Wednesday)
Mt. 26:26-29; Mr. 14:22-25; Lu. 22:19,20; 1Co. 11:23-26

Farewell to Disciples (Jerusalem. Evening before the crucifixion) Jn .14:1-16:33

Jesus and the Divine Prayer (Jerusalem. Tuesday evening beginning of Wednesday) Jn .17:1-26

Gethsemane, and the Agony (A garden between the brook Kidron and the Mount of Olives early Wednesday [between 9pm and 12pm Tuesday on modern time) Mt. 26:30,36-46; Mr. 14:26,32-42; Lu. 22:39-46; Jn. 18:1

Jesus Betrayed, Arrested, and Forsaken (Gethsemane. Wednesday, several hours before dawn) Mt. 26:47-56; Mr. 14:43-52; Lu. 22:47-53; Jn. 18:2-11

First Stage of Jewish Trial Examination by Annas (Wednesday before dawn) Jn. 18:12-14,19-23 (At the Temple Residence under Temple, of Annas. There were two priestly chambers, one for the High priest and the secondary priest, joined by a courtyard under the Temple Mount near the stairwell leading up to the Temple. This is where the two priests resided during times of festivals.

Second Stage of Jewish Trial (Jesus Condemned by Caiaphas and the Sanhedrin in the chamber of hewn stone in the south eastern corner of the Temple. This is where trials with a death sentence were held. After the trial of Jesus the main support lentel was broken, at the end of the crucifixion and the splitting of the veil, and never was their a trial in that chamber.) (Wednesday at day break as this was the earliest a person could be sentenced to death.)
Mt. 26:57,59-68; Mr. 14:53,55-65; Lu. 22:54,63-65; Jn. 18:24
[see God's Master Plan for more details]

Peter Denies the Lord three times (Court of the high priest's residence. Wednesday before and about dawn) Mt. 26:58,69-75; Mr. 14:54,66-72; Lu. 22:54-62; Jn. 18:15-18,25-27

Third Stage of Jewish Trial Jesus Formally Condemned by the Sanhedrin (In the Chamber of Hewn Stone in the Temple, Wednesday after dawn)
Mt. 27:1,2; Mr. 15:1; Lu. 22:66-23:1; Jn. 18:28

Roman Trial, Jesus Before Pilate for the First Time (Fortress of Antonia, This is where Pilot stayed with the 10th legion during feast days, Early Wednesday morning) Mt. 27:11-14; Mr. 15:2-5; Lu. 23:2-5; Jn. 18:28-38

Jesus Before Herod Antipas the Edomite ruler of Judea
(Herods palace on the west side of the city of Jerusalem, Early Wednesday morning) Lu. 23:6-12

Next Roman Trial Before Pilate, He Reluctantly Gives the Priests Authority to do as They so Desire in Accordance with Their Own Law (Wednesday)
Mt. 27:15-30; Mr. 15:6-19; Lu. 23:13-25; Jn. 18:39-19:16

Suicide of Judas (outside the walls of Jerusalem, Wednesday morning)
Mt. 27:3-10; Ac. 1:18,19

The Crucifixion


On the Way of the Cross
(On Temple Mt. to Mt of Olives, Wednesday April 3, 30AD) Mt. 27:31-34; Mr. 15:20-23; Lu. 23:26-33; Jn. 19:17

Jesus Crucified and Reviled, His Three Sayings During First Three Hours (Wednesday morning from nine o'clock till noon)
Mt. 27:35-44; Mr. 15:24-32; Lu. 23:33-43; Jn. 19:18-27

Darkness Three Hours, After Four More Sayings, Jesus Freely Gives Up His Own Physical Life, Events at His Death Mt. 27:45-56; Mr. 15:33-41; Lu. 23:44-49; Jn. 19:28-30

Jesus Found to Be Dead, His Body Buried and Guarded in the Tomb
Mt. 27:57-66; Mr. 15:42-47; Lu. 23:50-56; Jn. 19:31-42

RESURRECTION, APPEARANCES, AND ASCENSION
(Judea and Galilee Forty Days, April/May, A.D. 30)


Angels Announcement of the Resurrection, Peter Enters the Empty Tomb (Peter being a fishermen could enter a dead mans tomb, but John being of a priestly line could not, he would have become defiled)
(Joseph's Garden. Saturday, very early) Mt. 28:1-8; Mr. 16:1-8; Lu. 24:1-8,12; Jn. 20:1-10

First and Second Appearances of the Risen Jesus and the Resurrection Reported to the Apostles. (Jerusalem. Saturday morning)
Mt. 28:9,10; Mr. 16:9-11; Lu. 24:9-11; Jn. 20:11-18

The Guards Report to the Jewish religious rulers. Mt. 28:11-15

Third and Fourth Appearances of Jesus (Saturday afternoon)
Mr. 16:12,13; Lu. 24:13-35; 1Co. 15:5

Fifth Appearance of Jesus (Jerusalem Saturday evening)
Mr. 16:14; Lu. 24:36-43; Jn. 20:19-25

Sixth Appearance of Jesus (Saturday one week after the resurrection)
John 20:26-31; 1Co. 15:5

Seventh Appearance of Jesus (Sea of Galilee) John 21:1-25

Eighth Appearance of Jesus (A mountain in Galilee) Mt. 28:16,17; 1Co. 15:6

The Great Commission Given Mt. 28:18-20; Mr. 16:15-18; Lu. 24:46,47

Ninth and Tenth Appearances of Jesus (Jerusalem) Lu. 24:44-49; Ac. 1:3-8; 1Co. 15:7

The Ascension (Olivette, between Jerusalem and Bethany)
Mr. 16:19,20; Lu. 24:50-53; Ac. 1:9-12

Jesus appears after His ascension 1Co. 15:8

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