Chronology of the Four Gospels

 

 

As one can read through the Gospels in a few hours, it goes without saying that these four records cover only the tip of the iceberg concerning all that Yeshua (Jesus) did and said. Thus the fourth Gospel closes with this acknowledgement.

JOHN 21:25 And there are also many other things which Jesus did, the which, if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written. Amen.

The question that begs to be answered is this, "Did GOD have a hand in compiling the four Gospel accounts?" Because of the apparent contradictions found in the Gospels, most scholars believe that the evangelists just did their best to compile a history from the different sources they could find. Hence many believe we have four different and at times conflicting testimonies. But as Christians can we accept this? If we believe that Christ is GOD's Son and that GOD gave Him for the redemption of the world, can we accept the idea that GOD would not somehow preserve a record of HIS Son's accomplishments? Of course not. We must approach the Gospels as if they originally did flow together complimenting and enhancing one another. We must recognize that GOD HIMself as one Author compiled them to show forth HIS mighty work in Christ.

Most commentators too quickly swallow the theory that one or more of the Gospel accounts do not follow a true chronological order. They assume that the evangelists just grouped together the events of Yeshua's ministry in some haphazard sequence. This is how they account for certain apparent discrepancies which they think they detect. But if this is the case, that the evangelists did not follow a particular chronological order, why do we then have them together following a very precise chronological order? As is easily detected in the graph below, not one of the evangelist put forth any significant event in a different sequence than did another evangelist. They all follow the same road, to the end.

Our attitude is the key to what we see and understand. Many apparent contradictions that scholars stumble over we will see fit together and demonstrate the beauty and intricacy of the Scriptures. If HE who hung the stars in the vacuum of Space did indeed have a hand in inspiring these Gospels accounts, then oh how much they must show forth HIS magnificence. Small details apparently inserted for no apparent reason in one Gospel unveil great truths in another Gospel. It is only when the four separate accounts are allowed to illuminate each other that we fully see their beauty.

 

There are only so many ways to heal a leper. Just so many ways to teach a truth. Just so many ways to illustrate a concept. As Yeshua was healing and ministering the word unto "great multitudes" (see LUKE 7:20-22 for illustration), even an "innumerable multitude", perhaps thousands if not tens of thousands, He was bound to have two totally different events seem identical in many regards. And this has been the failing of many of the so called "harmonies" of the Gospels. They take two similar events and mistake them for being identical. This is also the shortcoming of the critics, who disbelieve the inspiration of the Scriptures because they think they see discrepancies between two events they suppose are identical yet must be only similar.

By design or otherwise, Yeshua often repeated His teachings and illustrations. For years He spent everyday, often the entire day teaching His disciples. Obviously He taught the same thing many times over. The Gospels give us no less than twenty five separate and different incidents where we are told that Yeshua taught and/or preached, sometimes daily, sometimes in every city and village (for a list of those twenty five incidents, go here). We should fully expect Him to repeat, even refine His message as He delivered it over and over again. Why could not the Sermon on the Mount have been proclaimed more than once?

Just because MATTHEW and LUKE both record a similar teaching, we should not assume that they are referring to the same teaching. Surely Yeshua taught many things over on many different occasions. In fact, all of the teaching from LUKE 9:51 to 19:29 is spoken by the Lord on one single road trip to Jerusalem. Wow! That's over a third of the entire Gospel from one trip. How many other roads trips did He and the disciples take that we have little or no record of? Not only do the four Gospels give us evidences of this, but even each of the Gospel accounts illustrate that He often repeated His teachings. To see some examples, go here.

This reality that Yeshua often repeated Himself in His teaching, also lend us an explanation for how the Evangelists were able to write down so much of what was said. Perhaps it was because He repeated His teaching over and over again so many times that what He said became branded upon the minds of His disciples. We can also expect that during the years after His ascension, His disciples repeated those same teachings themselves, over and over again.

Of course some events in our Lord's life could not have been duplicated. His baptism was a single experience. His choosing His twelve Apostles only happened once. His transfiguration was a singular unique occurrence. These distinctive events (given in Red in the table below) give us a structure to work within so that we can then divide up the rest of His experiences into a sequence that demonstrates the minute accuracy of the scriptures.

An example may be useful to illustrate the importance of reading what is written and not reading into it our preconceived ideas.  We know that immediately after His baptism, Yeshua went into the wilderness to be tempted forty days by the Devil (MARK 1:12). Yet in the fourth Gospel, it is written that "the next day after" Yeshua was hanging out with two of John's disciples, Andrew and perhaps John. What is the answer? Well, many readers assume that "the next day after" was the next day after His baptism, but the record doesn't say that. In fact, no where in the fourth Gospel account does it actually record Yeshua's baptism. Read it for yourself, it's only nine verses (JOHN 1:26-34). Yeshua's baptism is referred to, with many of the details of the other Gospels, but the actual baptism isn't recorded there because it had already taken place over forty days earlier.

Obviously, Yeshua must have returned to John after His forty days in the wilderness. That is the only explanation. And why not? John was preparing the minds of his disciples to follow the Messiah so it would be the natural thing for Yeshua to return there and recruit some of them, as He did. Then, "the day following" Yeshua would go forth into Galilee to find other disciples (LUKE 4:14 JOHN 1:43).

Another thing to keep in mind when reading the four Gospel accounts, is that what may be a comma or even just a pause in one Gospel, might well be filled with a whole itinerary in another Gospel. The four accounts were never meant to follow the same story line, otherwise, there would have been need for only one Gospel. Sometimes all four come together at the same event (like when Yeshua fed the five thousand at Tiberius) but then they go their own way, following their own peculiar mission, recording those events necessary for their unique perspective. To read a short Commentary on how and why the four Gospels came to be written as we now have them, go here.

To be inspired of GOD (2 TIMOTHY 3:16) the Scriptures must fit like a hand in a glove. There can be no contradictions. It is only when we don't read what is written that we get confused. Occasionally, our Version is wrong because some translator didn't read what was written and therefore erred in his translation, but usually it is us that read into the record just what is not there.

It should also be noted that there is a Divinely ordered reason for being four Gospel accounts instead of just one. Yeshua's ministry had four unique dimensions, four specific thrusts. The Gospel according to Matthew portrays Yeshua as the Lion. Here we read of Him as King (JEREMIAH 23:5,6) and thus we have His royal lineage as recorded in the opening verses.  Mark however, portrays Yeshua as the untiring worker, the Ox. In this Gospel account we read of Yeshua as the Servant (ZECHARIAH 3:8), needing no lineage. Then Luke presents Yeshua as the Perfect Man, as the Son of Man (ZECHARIAH 6:12). Thus in his account we have Yeshua's lineage as a man going all the way back to the first man, Adam. And finally in the fourth Gospel we see Yeshua as the Eagle, the very Son of GOD (ISAIAH 4:2).

Ron Byerly

 

 

 EVENT

The word is towards GOD

Of Zacharias & Elisabeth

Gabriel to Mary

Royal linage of Yeshua

Joseph is betrothed to Mary

Mary to visit Elisabeth

Joseph and Mary Wed

Of John the Baptist

Decree of Caesar Augustus

Joseph & Mary to Bethlehem

Yeshua is born

The Shepherd's witness

Yeshua's circumcision

Brought to Jerusalem

Simeon blessed GOD

Anna the Prophetess gave thanks

They returned to Nazareth

Some Magi from East arrive

Family flees to Egypt

Herod slays 2 yr olds

Herod's death

Family returns to Nazareth

Incident @ Jerusalem, 12 yrs old

15th yr of Tiberius Caesar

John is sent

Yeshua's baptism

Yeshua's linage to Adam, GOD

Yeshua's temptations

John's testimony beyond Jordan

Yeshua returns to John

Disciples Andrew & other follow

Andrew brings Peter to Yeshua

Yeshua to Galilee finds Philip

Philip brings Nathanael to Yeshua

Beginning of Miracles in Cana

Yeshua goes to Capernaum

Passover at Jerusalem, Spring

Nicodemus comes to Yeshua

To land of Judea for 8 months

(John not yet in prison)

Yeshua left Judea to return to Galilee

Yeshua testifies at Jacob's Well

After John put in prison

Yeshua returns to Galilee

Yeshua returns to Cana

Nobleman's son healed

Goes to Nazareth and is thrust out

Leaves Nazareth to Capernaum

Simon, Andrew, James and John

Yeshua goes about all Galilee

Leper healed

Yeshua returns to Capernaum

Centurion's servant healed

Heals man with unclean spirit

Simon's wife's mother healed

Multitude healed

Yeshua went to prayer

To synagogues of "Judaea"

Preached throughout Galilee

Another leper healed

Returned to Capernaum

Taught from ship, Gennesaret

Peter, James and John called again

Another leper healed

Man carried by four healed

Yeshua calls Levi, receipt of custom

New wine in old bottles

Disciples rubbed ears of corn ?

Man with withered hand healed

Yeshua names the Twelve Apostles

Taught the multitude

Centurion sent to have servant healed

To Nain to raise the dead

John sends two disciples to Yeshua

Yeshua eats with Simon the Pharisee

Goes about every city preaching

They said, "Thy mother"

Teaches parables from ship

Departs because of crowd

Yeshua calms the Sea

Yeshua casts Legion out at Gergesene

To the other side, own city

Calls Matthew, receipt of custom

Eats with publicans and sinners

Came to Him disciples of John

Jairus' daughter, woman with issue

Two blind men healed

Into His own country

Taught in all cities & villages

Yeshua sends out the Twelve

Yeshua to Jerusalem, Feb/Mar

John sends some disciples to Yeshua

Disciples rubbed the ears of corn !

Man with withered hand healed

He withdraws from them

Can Satan cast out Satan?

Sign of Jonah given

One said "Thy mother"

Taught parables from the ship

Returned to own country

At that time Herod heard...

Twelve return unto Bethsaida

Departed by ship into desert place

Five thousand fed

Yeshua and Peter walk on water

To Land of Gennesaret

Scribes, Pharisees from Jerusalem

What defiles a man

In Synagogue at Capernaum

Yeshua travels to Tyre and Sidon

Greek woman of Cannan

From Tyre to Galilee Sea

Dumb and deaf man healed

Yeshua feeds the four thousand

To Magadan, Dalmanutha

They sail to "other side"

He came to Bethsaida

He heals blind man

Caesarea-Philippi, Who am I?

The Transfiguration

Rebuked unclean spirit

Yeshua to be given up

He returned to Capernaum

Peter finds money in fish

Who shall be greatest?

Others casting out spirits

How to enter into life

Parable of the Lost Sheep

If thy brother trespass...

If two agree touching anything

Peter's question on forgiveness

To borders of Judea, beyond Jordan

feast of Tabernacles, Oct.

feast of the dedication, Dec.

went away again, beyond Jordan

To Bethany to raise Lazarus

Jews consult to kill Him

To wilderness (of Galilee)

Final trip to Jerusalem planned

Sent messengers before Him

Follow Me!

Yeshua appoints the Seventy

The Seventy return

The Good Samaritan

They enter into Martha's house

Teach us to pray

Can Satan cast out Satan?

Sign of Jonah given again

Reproves Scribes, Pharisees, etc.

Warned of leaven of the Pharisees

Ye shall likewise perish

Woman with infirmity 18 yrs healed

What is the kingdom of GOD like?

Through cities, villages for Jerusalem

Enter in @ the straight gate

Get Thee out for Herod will kill Thee

O Jerusalem, Jerusalem...

Ate with chief of Pharisees

Publicans & sinners draw near

Through Samaria and Galilee

Eye of the Needle

...then to Ephraim

Things written by the prophets

James and John and their mother

They come to Jericho, and depart

Blind Bartimaeus healed

They come to 2nd Jericho

Two more blind men healed

Yeshua abode with Zacchaeus

They came unto Bethphage

They came to Bethany

Supper with Lazarus & others

Mary anointed His feet

Unto Mt of Olives

He sends 2 disciples for colt

To Jerusalem, 1st entrance

They returned to Bethany

He sends 2 disciples again

They find ass with colt

People spread garments, etc.

He cursed a fig tree, next day

2nd entrance into Jerusalem

He cast out those in Temple

Healed blind & lame

Returned to Bethany again

Disciples saw fig tree dried up

He returned to Jerusalem again

He found only leaves on fig tree

He taught in Temple, Sunday

Chief Priests sought Him

Shew Me the tribute money

Prior teaching on His coming

Yeshua departed from Temple

Unto the Mt of Olives

2nd teaching on His coming

After 2 days is Passover

Scribes etc unto Caiaphas

Yeshua in Bethany @ Simon's

Woman anoints His head

Judas unto Chief Priests

1st of unleavened bread, Monday

"Go prepare for Passover"

He sat down with Twelve

He washed their feet

One shall betray Me

They ask, "Is it I?"

He it is that dips in the dish

Good he had not been born

Judas asks, "Is it I?"

Thou hast said!

Eat, this is My body

Betrayers hand is on table

Peter asks Lazarus who it was

Judas went out

Which should be greatest?

Where I go ye cannot come

Ye must love one another

Cannot I follow Thee now?

Of Peter being sifted by Satan

Of Peter's own commitment

Before the cock crow this day

Of His leaving them

Sang, went to the Mt of Olives

Of Peter's own commitment, again

Yeshua's final exhortations

To Gethsemane

He went to prayer

Of His being taken

(Peter cut off Malchus' ear)

Yeshua first bound

They led Him first to Annas

Peter followed Him

Peter at door of Palace

Art thou one of His disciples?

Peter's first denial

They kindled a fire, courtyard

Peter sat with them by fire

Annas interrogates Yeshua

Before Caiaphas

They found no true witness

Servants spit on & beat Him

Maid accused Peter, courtyard

Peter's second denial

Peter went onto Porch, cock crew

Another accused Peter

Peter's third denial

Another maid accused Peter

Peter's fourth denial

"They" accused Peter

Peter's fifth denial

"Forthwith" cock crew

1 hr later, kinsman accused Peter

Peter's sixth denial

"Immediately" the cock crows

Lord turned and beheld Peter

Peter went out and wept

"Who is it that smote Thee?"

3rd session, early Tuesday

Delivered Him to Pilate

Judas returned money

Pilate sent Him to Herod

Yeshua returned to Pilate

Delivered Him to be crucified

Soldiers mocked, smote Him

Led Him to be crucified, Wed.

Simon of Cyrene

Weep not for Me

2 malefactors led with Him

Came to Golgotha

They crucified Him

2 malefactors crucified

They derided, mocked Him

The superscription placed

2 thieves crucified also

They railed on Him

Darkness at 6th hour

9th hour, Eli Eli...

He yielded up the ghost

Joseph obtains His body

Nicodemus anoints His body

Yeshua laid in sepulchre

High Sabbath, Thursday

Next day, Friday

Weekly Sabbath, Saturday

Late on Saturday

Mary M. & Mary came to see

Earthquake

Angel rolls stone away

Keepers become as dead

Before Dawn Sunday

Mary M. returns to tomb

Mary M. to Peter and other

Peter and other to sepulchre

Peter and other go home

Mary M. sees yeshua

Mary M. to disciples

Sunday at dawn

Women bring spices

Guards to Chief Priest

She tells the 11 disciples

Peter again runs to sepulchre

He Appears to 2 on Emmaus road

Residue didn't believe them

2 run to 11 disciples in Jerusalem

The 11 believe

He appears to 11 in Jerusalem

"Go tell My brethren"

Thomas doubts

Eleven go to Galilee

After 8 days, Thomas sees

At Sea of Tiberias

He opens their understanding

Tarry in Jerusalem for power

He led them to Bethany

Ascension!

They returned to Jerusalem

 

 MATTHEW

 

 

 

1:1-17

1:18

 

1:24

 

 

 

1:25

 

 

 

 

 

 

2:1-12

2:13-15

2:16-18

2:19a

2:19b-23

 

 

3:1-12

3:13-17

 

4:1-11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4:12a

4:12b

 

 

 

4:13-17

4:18-22

4:23- 7:29

8:1-4

8:5a

8:5b-13

 

8:14-15

8:16-17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8:18

8:23-27

8:28-34

9:1

9:9

9:10-13

9:14-17

9:18-26

9:27-31

 

9:35

10:1-42

 

11:2-19

12:1-8

12:9-13

12:14-21

12:22-37

12:38-45

12:46-50

13:1-53

13:54-58

14:1-12

 

14:13

14:15-21

14:22-33

14:34-36

15:1-9

15:10-20

 

15:21

15:22-28

15:29

 

15:30-38

15:39- 16:4

16:5-12

 

 

16:13-28

17:1-13

17:14-21

17:22-23

17:24

17:25-27

18:1-6

 

18:7-11

18:12-14

18:15-17

18:18-20

18:22-35

19:1-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19:16-26

 

20:17-19

20:20-28

20:29

 

 

20:30-34

 

21:1a

 

 

 

21:1b

 

 

 

21:1c

21:2-7

21:8-9

 

21:10-11

21:12-13

21:14-16

21:17

 

21:18

21:19-22

21:23- 23:39

(21:46)

(22:15-22)

 

24:1a

24:3a

24:3b- 25:46

26:2

26:3-5

26:6

26:7-13

26:14-16

26:17

26:18-19

26:20

 

26:21

26:22

26:23

26:24

26:25a

26:25b

26:26-29

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

26:30

26:33-35

 

26:36a

26:36b-45

26:47-56

 

26:57

 

26:58

 

 

 

 

 

 

26:59a

26:59b-66

26:67-68

26:69

26:70

26:71a

 

 

26:71b

26:72

26:73

26:74a

26:74b

 

 

 

 

26:75

 

27:1

27:2

27:3-10

 

27:11-25

27:26

27:27-31a

27:31b

27:32

 

 

27:33

27:34-36

 

 

27:37

27:38

27:39-44

27:45

27:46-47

27:50-54

27:57-59

 

27:60

 

27:62-66

 

28:1a

28:1b

28:2a

28:2b-3

28:4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

28:5-8

28:11-15

 

 

 

 

 

 

28:9

28:10

 

28:16-20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 MARK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1:2-8

1:9-11

 

1:12-13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1:14a

1:14b-15

 

 

 

 

1:16-20

 

 

1:21-22

 

1:23-27

1:29-31

1:32-34

1:35-37

 

1:38-39

1:40-45

2:1

 

 

 

2:2-12

2:14-22

 

2:23-28

3:1-5

3:13-19

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:31-35

4:1-34

 

4:35-41

5:1-20

5:21

 

 

 

5:22-43

 

6:1-6a

6:6b

6:7-13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6:14-29

6:30

6:31-32

6:35-44

6:45-52

6:53-55

7:1-13

7:14-23

 

7:24

7:25-30

7:31

7:32-37

8:1-9

8:10

8:13-21

8:22a

8:22b-26

8:27- 9:1

9:2-13

9:14-29

9:31-32

9:33

 

9:34-37

9:38-42

9:43-50

 

 

 

 

10:1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10:17-27

 

10:32-34

10:35-45

10:46a

10:46b-52

 

 

 

11:1a

11:1b

 

 

11:1c

11:1d-7

11:8-11a

11:11b

 

 

 

11:12-14

11:15a

11:15b-18

 

11:19

11:20-26

11:27a

 

11:27b- 12:44

 

 

 

13:1a

13:3a

13:3b-37

14:1a

14:1b-2

14:3a

14:3b-9

14:10-11

14:12

14:13-16

14:17

 

14:18

14:19

14:20

14:21

 

 

14:22-25

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14:26

14:29-31

 

14:32

14:33-42

14:43-52

 

 

 

14:54a

 

 

 

 

14:54b

 

 

14:55-64

14:65

14:66-67

14:68a

14:68b

 

 

14:69

14:70a

14:70b

14:71

14:72a

 

 

 

 

14:72b

 

15:1a

15:1b

 

 

15:2-14

15:15

15:16-20a

15:20b

15:21

 

 

15:22-23

15:24-25

 

 

15:26

15:27

15:29-32

15:33

15:34

15:37

15:42-46a

 

15:46

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16:1a

16:1b-8

 

16:10-11

 

16:12

16:13

 

 

16:14-20

 

 

 

(16:15)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 LUKE

 

1:5-25

1:26-38

 

 

1:39-56

 

1:57-80

2:1-3

2:4-5

2:6-7

2:8-20

2:21

2:22-24

2:25-35

2:36-38

2:39-40

 

 

 

 

 

2:41-52

3:1

3:2-18

3:21-22

3:23-38

4:1-13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4:14-15

 

 

4:16-30

 

 

 

 

4:31-32

 

4:33-37

4:38-39

4:40-41

4:42

4:43-44

 

 

 

5:1-3

5:4-11

5:12-14

5:17-26

5:27-32

5:33-39

6:1-5

6:6-10

6:12-16

6:17-49

7:1-10

7:11-17

7:18-35

7:36-50

8:1-18

8:19-21

 

 

8:22-25

8:26-39

8:40

 

 

 

8:41-56

 

 

 

9:1-6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9:7-9

9:10a

9:10b

9:11-17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9:12-17

 

 

 

 

9:18-27

9:28-36

9:37-43

9:44-45

 

 

9:46-48

9:49-50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9:51-52

9:53-56

9:57-62

10:1-16

10:17-24

10:30-37

10:38-42

11:1-13

11:14-26

11:29-36

11:37-54

12:1-59

13:1-9

13:10-17

13:18-21

13:22

13:23-30

13:31-32

13:33-35

14:1-35

15:1- 17:10

17:11

18:18-27

 

18:31-34

 

 

18:35-43

19:1

 

19:2-10

19:29a

19:29b

 

 

19:29c

19:29d-35

19:36-44

 

 

 

 

 

 

19:45-46

 

 

 

 

 

20:1-18

20:19-20

20:21-26

21:5-36

 

(21:37)

 

22:1

22:2

 

 

22:3-6

22:7

22:8-13

22:14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

22:19-20

22:21-23

 

 

22:24-30

 

 

 

22:31-32

22:33

22:34

 

22:39

 

 

22:40

22:41-46

22:47-53

(22:50-51)

 

 

22:54b

 

 

 

22:55a

22:55b

 

 

 

 

22:56

22:57

 

22:58a

22:58b

 

 

 

 

 

22:59

22:60a

22:60b

22:61

22:62

22:63-65

22:66-71

23:1-6

 

23:7-11a

23:11b-23

23:24-25

 

 

23:26

23:28-31

23:32

23:33a

23:33b

23:33c

23:35-37

23:38

 

 

23:44a

23:44b

23:46

23:50-53a

 

23:53b

23:54b

23:56a

23:56b

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

24:1a

24:1b-9

 

 

24:12

24:13-32

 

24:33

24:34

24:36-44

 

 

 

 

 

24:45-48

24:49

24:50

24:51

24:52-53

 JOHN

1:1-5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1:6-8

 

 

 

1:9-28

1:29-34

1:35-40

1:41-42

1:43-44

1:45-51

2:1-11

2:12

2:13-25

3:1-21

3:22- 4:2

(3:24)

4:3

4:4-42

 

4:43-45

4:46a

4:46b-54

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5:1-47

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6:1

6:3-13

6:16-21

 

 

 

6:25-71

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7:2-52

8:12- 10:38

10:39-42

11:1-44

11:45-53

11:54a

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11:54b

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12:1

12:2

12:3-8

 

 

12:12-19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13:1

 

13:2

13:4-20

13:21

13:22

 

 

 

 

 

 

13:23-26

13:27-30

 

13:33

13:34-35

13:36

 

13:37

13:38

14:1-31a

14:31b

 

15:1- 17:26

18:1

 

18:3-12

(18:10-11)

18:12

18:13

18:15

18:16

18:17a

18:17b

18:18a

18:18b

18:19-23

18:24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18:25a

18:25b

 

18:26

18:27a

18:27b

 

 

 

 

18:28-38

 

 

19:1-15

19:16

 

 

 

 

 

19:17

 

 

 

19:19-22

 

19:23-24

 

 

19:30

19:38

19:39-40

19:41-42

(19:31)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20:1a

20:1b

20:2

20:3-9

20:10

20:11-17

20:18

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20:19-23

 

20:24-25

 

20:26-29

21:1-23