Harmony of the Gospels

The following tables compare the teachings of the Savior as found in Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and latter-day revelation. An effort has been made to give these in chronological order. This is not always possible because the authors of the four Gospels do not always agree in matters of chronology.

Event

Location

Matt.

Mark

Luke

John

Latter-day Revelation

Ⅰ. Preparation for the Messianic Ministry

Prologue (premortal life and John’s testimony)

1:1

1:1

1:1–4

1:1–18

The genealogies

1:1–17

3:23–38

Annunciation to Zacharias

Jerusalem

1:5–23

D&C 27:7–8

Elisabeth’s seclusion

Judea

1:24–25

Annunciation to Mary

Nazareth

1:26–38

Alma 7:10–13

Mary visits Elisabeth

Judea

1:39–56

Birth of John, naming, and prophesy

Judea

1:57–80

D&C 27:7; 84:27–28

Annunciation to Joseph

Nazareth

1:18–25

Joseph and Mary go to be registered

Bethlehem

2:1–5

Birth of Jesus

Bethlehem

2:6–7

1 Ne. 11:18–20; Mosiah 3:5–8; Alma 7:10; Hel. 14:5–12; 3 Ne. 1:4–22

Annunciation to the shepherds

Bethlehem

2:8–20

Naming of Jesus and presentation in the temple

Jerusalem

1:25

2:21–39

2 Ne. 25:19; Mosiah 3:8; Hel. 14:12; Moses 6:52

Visit of the wise men

Bethlehem

2:1–12

Flight to Egypt

2:13–15

Slaughter of the infants

Bethlehem

2:16–18

From Egypt to Nazareth

Nazareth

2:19–23

2:39–40

Visit to the temple (Passover)

Jerusalem

2:41–50

The return to Nazareth

Nazareth

2:51–52

Event

Location

Matt.

Mark

Luke

John

Latter-day Revelation

Ⅱ. The Ministry of an Elias: John the Baptist

Isaiah’s prophecy of John

3:3

1:2–3

3:4–6

1:23

The beginning of John’s ministry

Bethabara

3:1, 5–6

1:4

3:1–3

D&C 35:4; 84:27–28

Warning to Pharisees and Sadducees

Bethabara

3:7–9

3:7–8

1:19–28

Call to repentance

Bethabara

3:8–12

1:4–8

3:8–18

Baptism of Jesus

Bethabara

3:13–17

1:9–11

3:21–22

1:31–34

1 Ne. 10:7–10; 2 Ne. 31:4–21

Temptation of Jesus

Judea

4:1–11

1:12–13

4:1–13

JST Matt. 4:1–10 (see Matt. 4 footnotes)

John the Baptist’s testimony

Bethabara

1:15–36

D&C 93:6–18, 26

John’s disciples follow Jesus

Bethabara

1:35–51

Jesus departs for Galilee

1:43

Event

Location

Matt.

Mark

Luke

John

Latter-day Revelation

Ⅲ. The Ministry of the Messiah. A. An Early Galilean Ministry

Marriage at Cana

Cana

2:1–11

Visit to Capernaum

Capernaum

2:12

Event

Location

Matt.

Mark

Luke

John

Latter-day Revelation

Ⅲ. The Ministry of the Messiah. B. The Early Judean Ministry

First Passover

Jerusalem

2:13, 23–25

First cleansing of temple

Solomon’s Porch, Jerusalem

2:14–17

Sign of Jonah

Jerusalem

2:18–22

Visit of Nicodemus

Jerusalem

3:1–21

Jesus’ early ministry in Judea

Judea

3:22; 4:1

John’s ministry and testimony

Aenon near Salim

3:23–36

John reproves Herod Antipas

Judea (?)

14:3–5

6:17–20

3:19–20

John imprisoned and visited by angels

Machaerus

4:12

1:14

3:19–20

JST Matt. 4:11 (Matt. 4:11 note a)

Event

Location

Matt.

Mark

Luke

John

Latter-day Revelation

Ⅲ. The Ministry of the Messiah. C. A Second Galilean Ministry

Jesus leaves Judea for Galilee

4:12

1:14

4:14

4:1–3

Woman at the well

Samaria

4:4–42

Jesus returns to Galilee and preaches

Galilee

4:12, 17

1:14–15

4:14–15

4:43–45

Heals the nobleman’s son

Galilee

4:46–54

Jesus rejected at Nazareth

Galilee

4:16–30

Dwells in Capernaum

Galilee

4:13–16

4:31–32

Fishermen called to be fishers of men

Galilee

4:18–22

1:16–20

5:1–11

Teaches with power and authority

Capernaum

1:21–22

4:31–32

Casts out an unclean spirit

Capernaum

1:21–28

4:33–37

Peter’s mother-in-law healed

Bethsaida

8:14–15

1:29–31

4:38–39

Heals in the evening

Capernaum

8:16–17

1:32–34

4:40–41

2 Ne. 9:21; Alma 7:11; D&C 18:11; 19:15–20

Preaches the gospel in Galilee

Galilee

4:23–25

1:35–39

4:42–44

Heals a leper

Galilee

8:1–4

1:40–45

5:12–15

Paralytic healed

Capernaum

9:1–8

2:1–12

5:17–26

Feast at Matthew’s house

Capernaum

9:9–13

2:13–17

5:27–32

John’s disciples ask about fasting: Old and new (Pharisees ask about baptism)

Galilee

9:14–17

2:18–22

5:33–39

JST Matt. 9:18–21 (Appendix)

Jesus attends a feast

Jerusalem

5:1

Healing on the Sabbath

Jerusalem

5:2–16

Discourse: Witness of the Father

Jerusalem

5:17–47

Sabbath controversies

Galilee

12:1–21

2:23–3:12

6:1–11

Twelve called and ordained

Galilee

10:1–4

3:13–19

6:12–16

1 Ne. 13:24–26, 39–41; D&C 95:4

The Sermon on the Mount

Galilee

5–7

6:17–49

The poor in spirit

Galilee

5:3

6:20

3 Ne. 12:3

Those who mourn

Galilee

5:4

3 Ne. 12:4

The meek

Galilee

5:5

3 Ne. 12:5

Hunger and thirst after righteousness

Galilee

5:6

3 Ne. 12:6

The merciful

Galilee

5:7

3 Ne. 12:7

The pure in heart

Galilee

5:8

3 Ne. 12:8

The peacemakers

Galilee

5:9

3 Ne. 12:9

Persecuted for righteousness

Galilee

5:10

6:22–23

3 Ne. 12:10

Persecuted by false accusers

Galilee

5:11–12

3 Ne. 12:11–12

The salt of the earth

Galilee

5:13

3 Ne. 12:13; D&C 101:39–40

“Ye are the light of the world”

Galilee

5:14–15

see also 11:33

3 Ne. 12:14–15

Let your light shine

Galilee

5:16

3 Ne. 12:16

The law fulfilled

Galilee

5:17–20

see also 16:17

3 Ne. 12:17–20, 46–47

Anger: “Thou shalt not kill”

Galilee

5:21–26

12:58–59

3 Ne. 12:21–26

Adultery, lust

Galilee

5:27–30

3 Ne. 12:27–30

Divorce

Galilee

5:31–32

see also 16:18

3 Ne. 12:31–32

Swearing an oath: Honesty

Galilee

5:33–37

3 Ne. 12:33–37

Evil force or generous service

Galilee

5:38–42

3 Ne. 12:38–42

Love enemies

Galilee

5:43–47

6:27–36

3 Ne. 12:43–45

Perfect as your Father

Galilee

5:48

3 Ne. 12:48

Alms: Notoriety or generosity

Galilee

6:1–4

3 Ne. 13:1–4

Prayer: Hypocrisy or reverence

Galilee

6:5–15

11:2–4

3 Ne. 13:5–15

Fasting: Hypocrisy or simplicity

Galilee

6:16–18

3 Ne. 13:16–18

Treasure on earth or in heaven

Galilee

6:19–34

11:34–36; 12:22–34

3 Ne. 13:19–34

Judgment: Hypocritical or helpful

Galilee

7:1–5

6:37–38, 41–42

3 Ne. 14:1–5

Holy things are like pearls

Galilee

7:6

JST Matt. 7:10–11 (Appendix); 3 Ne. 14:6

Prayer: Ask, seek, knock

Galilee

7:7–12

11:9–13

3 Ne. 14:7–12

The way is strait and narrow

Galilee

7:13–14

13:23–24

3 Ne. 14:13–14

False prophets known by their fruits

Galilee

7:15–20

6:43–44

3 Ne. 14:15–20

Do the will of the Father

Galilee

7:21–23

6:46 (13:25–30)

3 Ne. 14:21–23

A house built on a rock or on sand

Galilee

7:24–27

6:47–49

3 Ne. 14:24–27; D&C 11:16–25

Taught having authority, not as Scribes

Galilee

7:28–29

Heals centurion’s servant

Capernaum

8:5–13

7:1–10

Restores widow’s son

Nain

7:11–17

John sends disciples to Jesus

Galilee

11:2–6

7:18–23

John: No greater prophet

Galilee

11:7–19

7:24–35

Woman anoints Jesus

Galilee

7:36–50

Teaches with the Twelve in Galilee

Galilee

8:1–3

Beelzebub, blasphemy

Galilee

12:22–37

3:20–30

11:14–26

Discourses on signs; Jonah

Galilee

12:38–45

11:16, 29–32

Alma 30:43–51; D&C 63:7–12

Jesus’ mother and brethren

Galilee

12:46–50

3:31–35

8:19–21

Parables:

Future of the kingdom

Galilee

13:1–53

4:1–34

8:4–18

Discourse from a boat

Sea of Galilee

13:2

4:1

Sower

Sea of Galilee

13:3–9, 18–23

4:3–9, 14–20

8:4–8, 11–15

Why parables

Sea of Galilee

13:10–17, 34–35

4:10–13

8:9–10

JST Matt. 21:34 (Matt. 21:33 note a)

Candle

Sea of Galilee

4:21–25

8:16–18

Tares

Sea of Galilee

13:24–30, 36–43

see also 4:26–29

D&C 86:1–7; 101:65–66

Mustard seed

Sea of Galilee

13:31–32

4:30–32

13:18–19

Leaven

Sea of Galilee

13:33

13:20–21

Treasure in field

Sea of Galilee

13:44

Pearl of great price

Sea of Galilee

13:45–46

Net

Sea of Galilee

13:47–50

Householder

Sea of Galilee

13:51–52

Finishes parables of the kingdom

Sea of Galilee

4:33–34

Stills a storm

Sea of Galilee

8:23–27

4:35–41

8:22–25

Casts out a legion of evil spirits

Gadara

8:28–34

5:1–20

8:26–39

Raises Jairus’s daughter

Capernaum

9:18–20, 23–26

5:21–24, 35–43

8:41–42, 49–56

Heals woman with issue of blood

Capernaum

9:20–22

5:25–34

8:43–48

Heals two blind men

Capernaum

9:27–31

Devil cast out of dumb man

Capernaum

9:32–34

Second rejection at Nazareth

Nazareth

13:53–58

6:1–6

Need for more laborers

Galilee

9:35–38

Charge to the Twelve

Galilee

10:5–42

6:7–13

9:1–6

D&C 18

John the Baptist’s death

Machaerus (Perea)

14:3–12

6:17–29

Herod’s fear of Jesus

Galilee (?)

14:1–2

6:14–16

9:7–9

Passover: The Twelve return

Bethsaida

14:13–15

6:30–32

9:10

6:1–4

Feeds the five thousand

Near Bethsaida

14:16–21

6:33–44

9:11–17

6:5–14

Jesus walks on the water

Sea of Galilee

14:22–33

6:45–52

6:15–21

Healings

Galilee

14:34–36

6:53–56

Discourse: Bread of life

Synagogue at Capernaum

6:22–71

Opposition increases

Galilee

7:1

Discourses on cleanliness

Galilee

15:1–20

7:1–23

Event

Location

Matt.

Mark

Luke

John

Latter-day Revelation

Ⅲ. The Ministry of the Messiah. D. North Galilean Ministry

Heals Canaanite daughter

Tyre, Sidon

15:21–28

7:24–30

Heals many in Galilee

Galilee

15:29–31

7:31–37

Feeds four thousand

Near Sea of Galilee

15:32–38

8:1–9

Pharisees and Sadducees ask for a sign

Magdala

15:39–16:4

8:10–13

12:54–57

Leaven of Pharisees and Sadducees

Galilee

16:5–12

8:14–21

see also 12:1

Blind man healed by stages

Bethsaida

8:22–26

Testimony of Peter

Caesarea Philippi

16:13–20

8:27–30

9:18–21

Sealing keys of the kingdom promised

Caesarea Philippi

16:19

Prophecy of death and Resurrection

Caesarea Philippi

16:21

8:31

9:22

Peter rebuked

Caesarea Philippi

16:22–23

8:32–33

Take up a cross

Caesarea Philippi

16:24–27

8:34–38

9:23–26

Some not to taste death

Caesarea Philippi

16:28

9:1

9:27

Transfiguration: Sealing keys committed

Mount Hermon or Tabor

17:1–13

9:2–13

9:28–36

Heals boy with unclean spirit

Galilee

17:14–21

9:14–29

9:37–43

Again foretells death and Resurrection

Galilee

17:22–23

9:30–32

9:44–45

Tribute coin from a fish

Capernaum

17:24–27

Who is greatest in the kingdom

Capernaum

18:1–5

9:33–37

9:46–48

Offenses and forgiveness

Galilee

18:6–22

9:38–50

9:49–50

Parable: Unmerciful servant

Galilee

18:23–35

Sacrifice required to follow Jesus

Capernaum (?)

8:19–22

9:57–62

Event

Location

Matt.

Mark

Luke

John

Latter-day Revelation

Ⅲ. The Ministry of the Messiah. E. The Perean and Later Judean Ministry

Urged to attend the Feast of Tabernacles

Galilee

7:2–9

Seventy appointed and sent forth

Capernaum (?)

10:1–12

D&C 107:25, 34, 38, 93–97; 124:138–40

Jesus upbraids Capernaum, Bethsaida, and Chorazin

Capernaum (?)

11:20–24

10:13–16

Samaritan village rejects the Apostles

Samaria

9:51–53

Jesus sent to save, not destroy

Samaria

9:54–56

Jesus attends the Feast of Tabernacles

Jerusalem

7:10–13

The doctrine of the Father

Temple

7:14–36

The Spirit testifies of Jesus’ ministry

Temple

7:37–53

The adulterous woman

Temple

8:1–11

The light of the world

Temple

8:12–59

Heals blind man on the Sabbath

Jerusalem

9

Parable: The good shepherd

Jerusalem

10:1–21

3 Ne. 15:17–24

Seventy return; authority confirmed

Judea (?)

10:17–20

Jesus’ prayer and gratitude

Judea (?)

11:25–27

10:21–24

Jesus’ promise of rest

Judea (?)

11:28–30

Parable: The good Samaritan

Jerusalem

10:25–37

Mary and Martha: One thing needful

Bethany

10:38–42

Prayer; friend at midnight

Judea

11:1, 5–8

Hear, keep the word

Judea

11:27–28

Beware of the Pharisees

Judea

12:1–12

Parable: The rich fool

Judea

12:13–21

Preparing for the coming of the Lord

Judea

12:35–39

Repentance

Judea

13:1–5

Parable: The barren fig tree

Judea

13:6–9

The Feast of Dedication

Jerusalem

10:22–39

Admirers of the Baptist believe

Bethabara, Perea

10:40–42

Heals woman on Sabbath

Perea

13:10–17

Toward Jerusalem

Perea

13:22

“Are there few that be saved?”

Perea

13:23–30

“Tell that fox”

Perea

13:31–33

Heals man on the Sabbath

Perea

14:1–6

Humility, parable of wedding feast

Perea

14:7–11

Parable: The great supper

Perea

14:12–24

Counting the cost

Perea

14:25–35

Parables:

Lost sheep

Perea

see also 18:12–14

15:1–7

Lost coin

Perea

15:8–10

The prodigal son

Perea

15:11–32

The unjust steward

Perea

16:1–13

Lazarus and the rich man

Perea

16:14–15, 19–31

Discourse on offenses and faith

Perea

17:1–10

Raises Lazarus from the dead

Bethany

11:1–53

Retires to Ephraim

Ephraim

11:54

Heals ten lepers

Samaria (?)

17:11–19

Discourse on the kingdom of God

Galilee (?)

17:20–37

Parables:

The unjust judge

Galilee (?)

18:1–8

The Pharisee and the publican

Galilee (?)

18:9–14

Pharisees ask about divorce

Perea

19:1–12

10:1–12

Suffer little children

Perea

19:13–15

10:13–16

18:15–17

Rich young ruler

Perea

19:16–26

10:17–27

18:18–27

Reward for forsaking all

Perea

19:27–30

10:28–31

18:28–30

Parable: Laborers in vineyard

Perea

20:1–16

see also 10:31

Prophecy of death and Resurrection

Leaving Perea

20:17–19

10:32–34

18:31–34

The greatest is to minister

Jericho

20:20–28

10:35–45

Heals two blind men (Bartimaeus)

Leaving Jericho

20:29–34

10:46–52

18:35–43

Salvation comes to house of Zacchaeus

Jericho

19:1–10

Parable: The pounds

Jericho

19:11–27

Event

Location

Matt.

Mark

Luke

John

Latter-day Revelation

Ⅳ. The Last Week: Atonement and Resurrection

To Jerusalem for Passover

11:55–57

The sixth day before Passover

Bethany

12:1

Mary anoints Jesus

Bethany

26:6–13

14:3–9

12:2–8

Conspiracy against Lazarus

Bethany, Jerusalem

12:9–11

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

The fourth day before Passover

21:17–18

11:12

Fig tree cursed

Near Bethany

21:18–19

11:12–14

Moneychangers cast out

Jerusalem

21:12–16

11:15–19

19:45–48

The third day before Passover

11:19–20

Withered fig tree and discourse on faith

Near Bethany

21:20–22

11:20–26

Priests challenge Jesus’ authority

Temple

21:23–27

11:27–33

20:1–8

Parables:

Two sons

Temple

21:28–32

Wicked husbandmen

Temple

21:33–46

12:1–12

20:9–19

Wedding of a king’s son

Temple

22:1–14

Question about tribute

Temple

22:15–22

12:13–17

20:20–26

Marriage and the Resurrection: Sadducees

Temple

22:23–33

12:18–27

20:27–38

Great commandment: Pharisees

Temple

22:34–40

12:28–34

How is Christ both David’s Lord and son?

Temple

22:41–46

12:35–37

20:39–44

Denunciation of hypocrisy

Temple

23:1–36

12:38–40

20:45–47

Widow’s mite

Temple

12:41–44

21:1–4

Jesus’ lament over Jerusalem

Near Jerusalem

23:37–39

see also 13:34–35

Greeks wish to see Jesus

Jerusalem

12:20–22

Discourse: Jesus sent by the Father

Jerusalem

12:23–50

Destruction of Jerusalem, signs of Second Coming

Mount of Olives

24

13

21:5–38

JS—M 1

Parables:

Ten virgins

Mount of Olives

25:1–13

see also 12:35–36

D&C 45:56–59

Talents

Mount of Olives

25:14–30

Sheep, goats

Mount of Olives

25:31–46

The second day before Passover (events of this day are unknown)

The last day before Passover

26:2

14:1

Jesus’ prophecy of the Crucifixion

Near Jerusalem

26:1–2

Conspiracy at Caiaphas’s palace

Jerusalem

26:3–5

14:1–2

22:1–2

Judas’s conspiracy to betray Jesus

Jerusalem

26:14–16

14:10–11

22:3–6

The first day of unleavened bread

Jerusalem

26:17–19

14:12–16

22:7–13

The Last Supper begins

Jerusalem

26:20

14:17

22:13–14

13:1–2

Strife over greatness

Jerusalem

22:24–30

Jesus washes disciples’ feet

Jerusalem

13:2–5

Peter’s protest

Jerusalem

13:6–12

JST John 13:8–10 (Appendix)

Jesus’ example

Jerusalem

13:13–17

“One of you shall betray me”

Jerusalem

26:21–25

14:18–21

22:21–23

13:18–30

A new commandment

Jerusalem

13:31–35

Sacrament instituted

Jerusalem

26:26–29

14:22–25

22:15–20

Discourse on the Comforter

Jerusalem

14

Departure to Mount of Olives

Jerusalem

26:30

14:26

22:39

14:31

Peter’s denial foretold

Jerusalem

26:31–35

14:27–31

22:31–38

13:36–38

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

Jesus’ intercessory prayer

Jerusalem

17

Jesus’ suffering and prayers

Gethsemane

26:36–46

14:32–42

22:40–46

18:1

2 Ne. 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

26:51–55

14:47

22:49–51

18:10–11

Jesus arrested and disciples flee

Gethsemane

26:56–57

14:46–52

22:52–54

18:12

Hearing before chief priests

Caiaphas’s palace

26:57–68

14:53–65

22:54

18:13–16, 19–24

Peter’s denial

Caiaphas’s palace

26:69–75

14:66–72

22:55–62

18:17–18, 25–27

Soldiers mock Jesus

Caiaphas’s palace

22:63–65

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

Jerusalem

27:3–10

Hearing before Herod

Jerusalem

23:7–12

Second hearing before Pilate

Jerusalem

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

27:24–26

see also 23:4, 14, 22

see also 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

Golgotha

27:35–44

15:24–33

23:32–43

19:18–22

Hel. 14:20–27; 3 Ne. 8:5–22; 10:9

Soldiers cast lots for Jesus’ garments

Golgotha

27:35

15:24

23:34

19:23–24

The sign: King of the Jews

Golgotha

27:37

15:26

23:38

19:19–22

Jesus speaks to His mother

Golgotha

19:25–27

Darkness: Sixth to ninth hour

Jerusalem

27:45

15:33–36

23:44–45

Death of Jesus Christ

Golgotha

27:46–50

15:37

23:46

19:28–30

Earthquake: Veil of temple rent

Jerusalem

27:51

15:38

23:45

Side pierced by a spear

Golgotha

19:31–34

Passover scripture fulfilled

Golgotha

19:35–37

Watchers near the cross

Golgotha

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

Earthquake, angels open tomb

Near Jerusalem

28:2–4

JST Matt. 28:2 (see Matt. 28:2 and note a)

Women find the open tomb

Near Jerusalem

28:1

16:1–4

24:1–2

20:1–2

Angels proclaim: “He is risen”

Near Jerusalem

28:5–7

16:5–7

24:3–8

Women hurry to tell the Apostles

Near Jerusalem

28:8

16:8

24:9–11

20:18

Peter and John run to the tomb

Near Jerusalem

24:12

20:3–10

Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene

Near Jerusalem

16:9–11

20:11–18

Jesus appears to other women

Near Jerusalem

28:9–10

Others resurrected and appear unto many

Jerusalem

27:52–53

Officials bribe soldiers

Near Jerusalem

28:11–15

Jesus appears to two disciples

Emmaus

16:12–13

24:13–35

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”

Galilee

21:1–19

Peter inquires about John

Galilee

21:20–22

Testimony about John

21:23–25

3 Ne. 28:6; D&C 7

The great commission to the Twelve

Galilee

28:16–20

16:15–18

Morm. 9:22–24

Ascension, proclamation

Near Jerusalem

16:19–20

24:50–53