The Last Week of the Savior’s Life

“The Last Week of the Savior’s Life,” New Testament Teacher Resource Manual (2002), 288–91


Event

Location

Matthew

Mark

Luke

John

Latter-day Revelation

The sixth day before Passover

Bethany, Bethphage

     

12:1

 

A supper at Martha and Mary’s

Bethany

     

12:2

 

Jesus anointed by Mary

Bethany

     

12:3

 

Judas’s protest

Bethany

     

12:4–8

 

People gather to Jesus, Lazarus

Bethany?

     

12:9

 

Conspiracy against Lazarus

Jerusalem

     

12:10–11

 

The fifth day before Passover

       

12:12

 

Prophecy fulfilled

Mount of Olives

21:1–5

11:1–6

19:28–34

   

Triumphal entry

Jerusalem

21:6–11

11:7–11

19:35–38

12:12–18

 

Pharisees disapprove

Jerusalem

   

19:39–40

12:19

 

Jesus weeps over Jerusalem

Near Jerusalem

   

19:41–44

   

Greeks wish to see Jesus

Jerusalem

     

12:20–22

 

Discourse: Jesus sent by the Father

Jerusalem

     

12:23–50

 

Moneychangers cast out

Jerusalem

21:12–16

11:15–19

19:45–48

   

The fourth day before Passover

 

21:17–18

11:12

     

Fig tree cursed, withers

Near Bethany

21:18–22

11:12–14, 20–26

see 13:6–9

   

Priests challenge Jesus’ authority

Temple

21:23–46

11:27–33

20:1–8

   

Parable: Two sons

Temple

21:28–32

       

Parable: Wicked husbandmen

Temple

21:33–46

12:1–12

20:9–20

   

Parable: Wedding of a king’s son

Temple

22:1–14

 

see 14:1–24

   

Tribute to Caesar: Pharisees and Herodians

Temple

22:15–22

12:13–17

20:21–26

   

Marriage, seven husbands: Sadducees

Temple

22:23–33

12:18–27

20:27–38

   

Great commandment: Pharisees

Temple

22:34–40

12:28–31

10:25–37

   

Pharisees put to silence

Temple

22:41–46

12:35–37

20:39–44

   

Widow’s mite

Temple

 

12:41–44

21:1–4

   

Denunciation of hypocrisy

Temple

23:1–36

12:38–40

11:37–54; 18:9–14; 20:45–47

   

Jesus’ lament over Jerusalem

Near Jerusalem

23:37–39

 

13:34–35

   

Discourse: Signs of Second Coming

Mount of Olives

24

13

12:37–48; 17:20–37; 21:5–38

 

Joseph Smith—Matthew 1

Parable: Ten virgins

Mount of Olives

25:1–13

 

see 12:35–36

 

D&C 45:56–59

Parable: Talents

Mount of Olives

25:14–30

       

Parable: Sheep, goats

Mount of Olives

25:31–46

       

The third day before Passover

           

(No actions or sermons recorded)

           

The second day before Passover

 

26:2

14:1

     

Jesus’ prophecy of Passover Crucifixion

Near Jerusalem

26:2

       

Conspiracy at Caiaphas’s palace

Jerusalem

26:3–5

14:1–2

     

Feast with Simon the Pharisee

Bethany

26:6

14:3

7:36

   

Jesus anointed by a woman

Bethany

26:7–13

14:3–9

7:37–50

   

Judas’s conspiracy to betray Jesus

Jerusalem

26:14–16

14:10–11

22:1–6

   

The first day of unleavened bread

Jerusalem

26:17–19

14:12–16

22:7–13

   

Eve of the Passover

Jerusalem

26:20

14:17

22:13–14

13:1–2

 

“One of you shall betray me”

Jerusalem

26:21–24

14:18–21

22:21–23

13:18–22

 

Betrayer identified

Jerusalem

26:25

   

13:23–30

 

Sacrament instituted

Jerusalem

26:26–29

14:22–25

22:15–20

   

Jesus washes disciples’ feet

Jerusalem

     

13:2–5

 

Peter’s protest

Jerusalem

     

13:6–12

JST, John 13:10–11

Jesus’ example

Jerusalem

     

13:13–17

 

A new commandment

Jerusalem

     

13:31–35

 

Jesus comforts the disciples

Jerusalem

     

14:1–15

 

Another Comforter

Jerusalem

     

14:16–31

 

The True Vine

Jerusalem

     

15:1–8

 

Love one another

Jerusalem

     

15:9–17

 

Hatred of the world

Jerusalem

     

15:18–25

 

The Spirit of truth testifies

Jerusalem

     

15:26–27

 

Warnings to the Apostles

Jerusalem

     

16:1–6

 

The Comforter

Jerusalem

     

16:7–16

 

Opposition: Joy and sorrow

Jerusalem

     

16:17–30

 

Prophecy: Flock to be scattered

Jerusalem

26:31–32

14:27

 

16:31–33

 

Jesus’ intercessory prayer

Jerusalem

     

17

 

Retirement to Gethsemane

Mount of Olives

26:30

14:26

22:39

18:1

 

Peter: “When thou art converted …”

Jerusalem

   

22:31–32

   

Prophecy: “Before the cock crow”

Jerusalem

26:33–35

14:29–31

22:33–34

13:36–38

 

“Reckoned among the transgressors”

Jerusalem

   

22:35–38

   

Jesus’ suffering and prayers

Gethsemane

26:36–46

14:32–42

22:40–46

 

2 Nephi 9:21–22; Mosiah 3:5–12; D&C 19:1–24

Judas’s betrayal

Gethsemane

26:47–50

14:43–46

22:47–48

18:2–3

 

Arresting officers fall

Gethsemane

     

18:4–9

 

Peter defends Jesus with a sword

Gethsemane

26:51–54

14:47

22:49–53

18:10–11

 

Disciples flee

Gethsemane

26:56

14:50

     

Jesus arrested

Gethsemane

26:55–57

14:46–52

22:52–54

18:12

 

Hearing before chief priests

Caiaphas’s palace

26:57–68

14:53–65

22:54

18:13, 19–24

 

Peter’s denial

Caiaphas’s palace

26:69–75

14:66–72

22:55–62

18:15–18, 25–27

 

Soldiers mock Jesus

Caiaphas’s palace

   

22:63–65

   

The next morning

Jerusalem

27:1

15:1

22:66

18:28

 

Hearing before Caiaphas

Jerusalem

27:1

15:1

22:66–71

18:24, 28

 

Hearing before Pilate

Jerusalem

27:2, 11–14

15:1–5

23:1–6

18:28–38

 

Judas’s remorse and death

Temple

27:3–10

       

Hearing before Herod

Jerusalem

   

23:7–10

   

Herod and soldiers mock Jesus

Jerusalem

   

23:11–12

   

Second hearing before Pilate

Antonia

27:15–31

15:6–15

23:11–17

   

A murderer released

Jerusalem

27:15–21, 26

15:6–15

23:18–25

18:39–40

 

Blood guiltiness

Jerusalem

27:24–25

 

see 23:4, 14, 22

see 19:4

 

Jesus scourged and mocked

Jerusalem

27:27–31

15:15–20

 

19:1–12

 

Jesus taken to Golgotha

Near Jerusalem

27:32–34

15:20–23

23:26–31

19:13–17

 

The Crucifixion

Calvary

27:35–44

15:24–33

23:32–43

19:18–22

Helaman 14:20–27; 3 Nephi 8:5–22; 10:9

Soldiers cast lots for Jesus’ robe

Calvary near Jerusalem

27:35

15:24

23:34

19:23–24

 

The sign: King of the Jews

Calvary near Jerusalem

27:37

15:26

23:38

19:19–22

 

Darkness: Sixth to ninth hour

Jerusalem

27:45

15:33–36

23:44–45

   

Jesus’ mother put in John’s care

Calvary

     

19:25–27

 

Death of Jesus Christ

Calvary

27:46–50

15:37

23:46

19:28–30

 

Earthquake: Veil of temple rent

Jerusalem

27:51–53

15:38

23:45

   

Pierced by a spear

Calvary

     

19:31–34

 

Passover scripture fulfilled

Calvary

     

19:35–37

 

Watchers near the cross

Calvary

27:54–56

15:39–41

23:47–49

   

Jesus’ burial

Near Jerusalem

27:57–61

15:42–47

23:50–56

19:38–42

 

Chief priests and Pharisees seal the tomb

Near Jerusalem

27:62–66

       

First day: Earthquake, angels open tomb

Near Jerusalem

28:1–2

 

24:1–2

 

JST, Matthew 28:1–2

Mary Magdalene comes to the open tomb

Near Jerusalem

     

20:1–2

 

Peter and John run to the tomb

Near Jerusalem

   

24:12, 24

20:3–10

 

“Woman, why weepest thou?”

Near Jerusalem

     

20:11–13

 

“Touch me not”

Near Jerusalem

     

20:14–17

 

Disciples told but disbelieve

Near Jerusalem

 

16:10–11

24:9–11

20:18

 

Two Marys come to the tomb

Near Jerusalem

28:1

16:1–4

23:55; 24:3

   

Angels: “He is risen”

Near Jerusalem

28:2–8

16:5–8

24:4–8

   

Women meet Jesus

Near Jerusalem

28:9–10

16:9

     

Officials bribe soldiers

Near Jerusalem

28:11–15

       

Jesus appears to two disciples

Emmaus

 

16:12

24:13–32

   

Two tell others who disbelieve

Jerusalem

 

16:13

24:33–35

   

Evening: Jesus appears to disciples

Jerusalem

 

16:14

24:36–49

20:19–23

 

Thomas, absent, does not believe

Jerusalem

     

20:24–25

 

Eight days later: With Thomas

Jerusalem

     

20:26–29

 

Purpose of John’s Gospel

       

20:30–31

 

Peter: “I go a fishing”

Sea of Galilee

     

21:1–19

 

Peter inquires about John

Jerusalem

     

21:20–22

 

Testimony about John

Jerusalem

     

21:23–25

3 Nephi 28:6; D&C 7

The great commission to the Twelve

A mountain of Galilee

28:16–20

16:15–18

   

Mormon 9:22–24

Ascension, proclamation

Near Jerusalem

 

16:19–20

24:50–53