The Atonement and Resurrection

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    1

    Luke 20:9–19

    Temple

    2

    Mark 14:1–2; John 12:1–5; Matt. 26:14–16

    Bethany

    3

    Luke 22:7–14

    Upper room

    4

    John 13:1–17, 20

    Upper room

    5

    John 13:21–30

    Upper room

    6

    Matt. 26:26–29 (Read also footnotes 26b and 28a.)

    Upper room

    7

    John 13:34–35; John 15:9–17

    Upper room

    8

    John 17

    Upper room

    9

    Matt. 26:30–35

    Mount of Olives

    10

    Luke 22:40–46; Mark 14:39–42

    Garden of Gethsemane

    11

    John 18:3–11; Luke 22:47–51

    Garden of Gethsemane

    12

    John 18:12–14, 19–24; Matt. 26:57–68

    Caiaphas’s Palace 1

    13

    John 18:15–18, 25–27

    Caiaphas’s Palace

    14

    Mark 15:1; John 18:29–38

    Judgment Hall 2

    15

    Luke 23:6–11

    Herod’s Palace 3

    16

    Matt. 27:15–25

    Judgment Hall

    17

    Mark 15:15–20

    Judgment Hall

    18

    John 19:4–16

    Judgment Hall

    19

    John 19:17–22

    Golgotha

    20

    Luke 23:34 (Read also footnote 34c.); John 19:23–24

    Golgotha

    21

    Matt. 27:39–44; Luke 23:39–43

    Golgotha

    22

    John 19:25–27

    Golgotha

    23

    Matt. 27:45–46, 50–54 (Read also footnote 50a.)

    Golgotha

    24

    John 19:31–37

    Golgotha

    25

    John 19:38–42

    Garden Tomb

    26

    Matt. 27:62–66

    Garden Tomb

    27

    John 20:1–18

    Garden

    28

    Luke 24:12–33

     

    29

    John 20:19–31

     

    30

    John 21:1–17

     

    31

    Acts 1:1–11

    Easter

    To learn about some of the events that occurred on the last two days of Jesus’ mortal life, read each of the verses listed on each day of the calendar until Easter. (Or do this with your family for family home evening.) When a location is mentioned, find that place on the map.

    Map of Jerusalem(click to view larger)

    Illustrated by Dick Brown

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      Notes

    1.   1.

      Caiaphas was the Jewish High Priest, a position his father-in-law, Annas, had formerly held. Annas had become an important member of the Sanhedrin, the governing Jewish council.

    2.   2.

      Where the Roman procurator Pilate lived

    3.   3.

      Herod was the governor of the province of Galilee, where Jesus lived most of the time.