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Gospel Harmony and Chronology (Index to Gospel-Q)
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© 2012 by Dylan Stephens

All verses are ordered by the chronological event they describe.

Links are to Gospel-Q (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John).
Gospel-Q was adapted from
Young's Literal Translation of the Holy Bible (1898),
modified with strict adherence to unbiased translation.

The creation of this Gospel Harmony has been made possible by the methods of the Pesher of Christ™
and Dr. Barbara Thiering's pesher technique using the appendix in Dr. Thiering's book: "Jesus the Man" and
my book Paulina's promise to her grandfather, Jesus for assistance in this chronology.

Parables and commentary that illustrate past and future history
have been moved to their appropriate time sequence.

(Note: All references that are outside of this index will appear in a separate tab. To return to the index just select the previous tab.)



Date/Place Event Type Matthew Mark Luke John Revelation
Preface to Luke - dedication to Theophilus (Luke 01:01-04)
Pesher of Christ (Luke 10:21-24)
Preface to John - Simon Magus philosophy (John 01:01-05)
Early Mission History in Parables
37BC The Great Banquet Under Herod the grades of Poor (Essene members) and the Uncircumcised and Females (Gentiles), the Lame (Nazarites), and the Blind (Initiates) were now given a place in the Herodian Church. parable Matt 22:1-14
Luke 14:12-35

4 BC- 40 AD The Budding Fig Tree is an offshoot of Herod's Mission to the Jewish Diaspora which was described metaphorically as a 'Vineyard', based upon Genesis 9:20 "Noah, a man of the soil, proceeded to plant a vineyard." By using Noah as a patriarch, it was possible to also accept Gentiles. The Fig Tree began with the death of Herod the Great parable Matt 24:32-35 Mark 13:28-31 Luke 21:29-33

21BC to 30AD History of the Mission to the Jewish Diaspora: The Sower: later on James Niceta ("wheat" 4000) and John Aquila ("barley" 5000) parable Matt 13:1-23 Mark 4:1-20 Luke 8:4-15

21BC to 30AD 21BC to 30AD History of the Mission to the Jewish Diaspora: The Resurrection parable Matt 13:24-30, 34-43, 51,53 Mark 4:26-29, 33,34


21BC to 30AD History of the Mission to the Jewish Diaspora: Drawing in the Net - Converts symbolically pulled by by a net as the sons of Noah. parable Matt 13:47-50



21BC to 30AD History of the Mission to the Jewish Diaspora: The Leaven in three groups after the Sons of Noah: Shem, Ham, and Japheth; Peter, Andrew, and Philip; John Mark,James and John with the three leaders: Priest, Levite, King. parable Matt 13:33
Luke 13:20-21

21BC to 30AD History of the Mission to the Jewish Diaspora: Parable of the Mustard Seed (Not to be Zealot, but rather a friend to Rome (birds: eagles) parable Matt 13:31,32 Mark 4:30-32 Luke 13:18,19
Jesus' Conception, Birth, and Growth up to his 35th birthday in the first week of March 29AD
September 9BC- September 8BC
Zachariah cannot speak in the temple as unclean while Conceiving John the Baptist at Mird John, nativity

Luke 1:5-25

June 8BC
Nazareth, Galilee
Annunciation of Mary (Conception too soon as during betrothal is accepted by the Essene Simeon acting as the Gabriel) annunciation

Luke 1:26-38

June 8BC
Nazareth, Galilee
Annunciation of Mary from Joseph's point of view (Conception too soon as during betrothal is accepted by the Essene Simeon acting as the Gabriel talking to Joseph in a dream) annunciation

Matt 1:18-25

June 8BC Discussion on the validity of Christ as the representative of God the Father (Essene-Michael) and the God the Father Abraham (Jewish High Priest) in September 32AD - Reveals the illegitimacy of Jesus' birth in a double entendre of 'two fathers' nativity


John 8:12-43
June 8BC
hill country into a city of Juda
Visitation of Mary with Elizabeth in the Wilderness of Mird (Joseph has made Mary pregnant while in a betrothal period and Mary takes consolation from Elizabeth who is also in the wilderness to await the birth of her son, John the Baptist, in September.)
nativity

Luke 1:39-56

September 8BC
hill country of Judea
Birth of John at Mird nativity

Luke 1:57-80


Genealogy of Jesus
Spliced to Solomon line
Matt 1:1-17

True Nathan line
Luke 3:23-38


March 7BC Star of Bethlehem - Baby Jesus, son of David (6 pointed star). Adoration of the Magi Adoration of the Magi (Samaritans accept Jesus as legitimate David King)
nativity Matt 2:1-12



April 7BC
Flight into Egypt
(The Wilderness of Mird)
nativity Matt 2:13-15



March 5BC or 4BC
The Massacre of the Innocents: Herod the Great's killing of his three sons and using the factious backdrop of Bethlehem (two sons then two years later another with Jesus aged two) Jesus Age 2 Matt 2:16-18



Mar 4BC Herod the Great's death. Return of young Jesus to Nazareth (Ein Feshkha) near the Sea of Galilee (the Dead Sea) Age 3 Matt 2:19-23



4AD- 6AD History of the Mission: Parable of the Prodigal Son (Theudas) and the other son (Joseph) They are sent to the Diaspora mission lands possibly to Rome; the fatted calf Archelaus deposed parable

Luke 15:11-32

March 6AD
Nazareth, Galilee to Bethlehem, Judea
Jesus' Bar Mitzvah (Cyrenius taxation)
Age 12
(7BC
-1(AD-no zero-BC)
+6AD)


Luke 2:1-7
Revelation 12: 1-6
March 6AD March 6AD Zechariah, John the Baptist's father, is killed between the sanctuary and the altar shown in Jesus' later tirade against the Pharisees (Woes) in September 32AD ministry Matt 23:1-39 Mark 12:38-40 Luke 11:37-54; 20:45-47

March 6AD
Ananus is now High Priest in Zechariah's place and Joazar Boethus is overthrown with the Essene Simeon elected as the 'Michael' at Qumran Age 12



Revelation 12: 7-13
March 6AD
Bethlehem
Adoration by the Shepherds (Therapeuts declare their allegiance)
Age 12


Luke 2:8-20
Revelation12 14-17
March 6AD
Jerusalem (Qumran)
Symbolic Circumcision of Jesus; He is twelve Age 12

Luke 2:21-24

March 6AD
Jerusalem; returning to Nazareth, Galilee
Essenes: Simeon the Essene and Anna accept Jesus as an acolyte at Qumran Age 12

Luke 2:25-39

March 17AD
Jerusalem then back to Nazareth
Jesus chooses the monastic path in Qumran rather than Joseph's zealot path. Age 23
(6AD equals year 1 of the Age of Wrath DSS CD1) (Year 12 +5 = Year 17AD thus 17AD - 23 = birth at 7BC)


Luke 2:40-52

17AD The Unjust Steward (10, 8, and 5 go evenly into the number 40, the period of 40 years was part of the New Exodus scheme. All paid according to their class.) parable

Luke 16:1-8

March 23AD Death of Joseph
Mother Mary is a widow
Reference to Galileans (Joseph) killed by Pilate
Again "woman with infirmity for 18 years" means "at the eighteenth year Mother Mary is now a member of the esteemed widow class as Jesus declares.
(6AD equals year 1 of the Age of Wrath DSS CD1)
(Year 18 +5 = Year 23AD for the death of Joseph)
(In Greek text 18 is an adjective with no noun, therefore assumed year)

Luke 13:1-5, 10-13, 16,17

March 23AD The Barren Fig Tree: Jesus is disgusted with the Fig Tree party at his father's death and says that he will give it three more years before he will see it dissolved. parable

Luke 13:6-9

September 26AD John the Baptist as Pope CD1.13: And in the Age of Wrath ... they perceived their iniquity and recognized that they were guilty men, yet for twenty years they were like blind men groping for the way. And God observed their deeds, that they sought Him with a whole heart, and raised for them a Teacher of Righteousness to guide them in he way of His Heart. (6AD + 20) John, Age 33


John 1:6-13
27-29AD
John in wilderness of Judaea; Jesus from Nazareth of Galilee to John the Baptist at Bethabara (beyond Jordan)
Ministry of John the Baptist 27-29AD ( Luke 3:1 "And in the fifteenth year of the government of Tiberius Caesar" -- Augustus Caesar died in 14AD and the first year of Tiberius Caesar is that year, thus 15th year is 29AD; "Annas and Caiaphas"-- Caiaphas is technically High Priest but married to the daughter of Annas, so Annas still in joint control having been previous High Priest) John the Baptist, Age 35 Matt 3:1-12 Mark 1:1-8 Luke 3:1-18 John 1:19-34
Dec 28AD- Jan 29AD
Jerusalem to Jericho
Parable of the Good Samaritan (Jonathan Annas supports him after his deposing by the Zealots) parable

Luke 10:30-37

March 29 AD: Jesus Begins his Mission at Age 35 "In the beginning was the Word" (John 1:1)
March 27-29AD The Word (Jesus) becomes flesh by leaving the Monastery for the purpose of preserving the David line by marrying
Age 35


John 1:14-18
March 29AD
Jesus from Galilee to Jordan
Baptism by John of Jesus at age 35
(At first it appears that John does baptize Jesus to accept him in his order in the third position, that of the Holy Spirit (cardinal) with John being second (Man, thus "God to Man") to the high priest, Caiaphas (acting as God), who married the previous high priest Ananas' daughter. However, under pressure from his party due to Jesus' "illegitimacy", John rejects him.
The Sadducee Jonathan Annas, one of the sons of the previous high priest Annas accepts Jesus with baptism calling him the 'Son of God' since 'God' is the title of the Sadducees like the Jesuits 'Father'. However, technically Jonathan's position is as 'Man' in second position in the newly formed opposition party headed by the Samaritan Simon Magus, thus Jesus always calls himself 'Son of Man'.)
Age 35 Matt 3:13-17 Mark 1:9-11 Luke 3:21-22

May 29AD
Bethabara, beyond Jordan to Bethsaida, Galilee
May 29AD Andrew and (Philip- not mentioned), previously disciples of John the Baptist, join Jesus and then Andrew introduces Jesus to Peter Age 35


John 1:35-44
May 29AD, Bethsaida, Galilee Jesus is given the position as 'Son of Man' under Jonathan Annas (Nathanael: James son of Alphaeus- one of the twelve) Age 35


John 1:45-51
June 29AD
borders of Tyre and Sidon then to Galilee
The Canaanite/SyroPhoenician woman, Helena, proposing that Jesus raise her status and her daughter Mary Magdalene's so as to be acceptable to Jesus as his wife. Mark's miracle 7 of 12 (Peter's acceptance of Mother Superior: Helena, after his mother-in-law Glaphyra) Matt 9:20-22; 15:21-29 Mark 5:24-34; 7:24-30 Luke 8:43-56

August 29AD
retro to 15AD
Healing of the Menstruous Woman (Helena) and of Jairus' (Judas') (Mary Magdalene's superior) by performing her Bat Mitzvah and baptism. Mary Magdalene
Age 12
Mark's miracle 8 of 12 (Peter's acceptance of Mary Magdalene)
Matt 9:18,19, 23-26 Mark 5:21-23, 35-43 Luke 8:40-42, 49-56
Sept 29AD
Nazareth, Galilee
Jesus declares the last year of the Great Jubilee (600 years from Ezekiel) ministry Matt 4:17; 13:54,56-58 Mark 1:15; 6:1-2,4-6 Luke 4:14-30

September 29AD, Nazareth The names of Jesus' real brothers and sister-in-laws
(See also
Jesus Relations.)
ministry Matt 13:55 Mark 6:3
September 29AD All followers are family teaching Matt 12:46-50 Mark 3:31-35 Luke 8:19-21

September 29AD
Jesus: Judaea
John the Baptist: Aenon near Salem
Questions about purification to John the Baptist miscellaneous


John 3:22-36
before March 30AD John the Baptist is put in prison by Herod Antipas before the Restoration was supposed to occur on March 30AD (his excuse was Herodias; but actually, as Josephus indicates, Herod really decided to put him in prison for fear of him leading the Jews into sedition. Age 36 Matt 4:12; 14:3-5 Mark 6:17-20 Luke 3:19,20

before March 30AD
Bethsaida in Galilee, Leaving Nazareth dwelt in Capernaum which is on the coast of Zebulun and Naphtalim, by the way of the sea beyond Jordan. Peter, Andrew, James, and John in Galilee of the Gentiles
fame in Syria, Galilee, Decapolis, Jerusalem (Qumran), Judea, and Beyond Jordan
Jesus takes over John the Baptist's mission - "Fishers of Men" plus Draught of Fishes Age 35 Matt 4:13-16, 18-25 Mark 1:14, 16-20 Luke 5:1-11

Beginning of March 30AD (Passover #1) John 2:13 "And the Jewish Passover was at hand."
March 30AD,Cana in Galilee
Water into Wine: Betrothal of Jesus & Mary Magdalene John's miracle 1 of 7


John 2:1-11
March 30AD
Jerusalem (Qumran) from Capernaum
First Temple Cleansing (symbolic only) ministry


John 2:12-25
March 30AD
Galilee
Sun sets: John the Baptist prediction fails. Zealots (demons) try to recruit Jesus miscellaneous
Mark 1:32-34 Luke 4:40-44

March 30AD
Capernaum in Galilee
Unclean spirit (Judas) rebuked (Judas attempts to gain the Levite position over Jonathan, but is defeated. Important to the Gentile followers because he is of the circumcision party.) Mark's miracle 1 of 12 (Judas' circumcision rejected)
Mark 1:21-28 Luke 4:31-37

March 30AD
retro to 17AD
Peter' mother-in-law cured: Showing that Simon Peter is married and his wife's convent is under Glaphyra ("Mother"-in-law) last rites Mark's miracle 2 of 12 (Peter's Mother and mother-in-law) Matt 8:14-15 Mark 1:29-31 Luke 4:38,39

June 30AD
Galilee
Cleansing a leper: (This leper is Simon Magus who would be Lazarus the leper when deposed later on) Mark's miracle 3 of 12 (Peter's acceptance of Simon Magus) Matt 8:1-4 Mark 1:35-45 Luke 5:12-16

June 30AD The Tax Collectors: Matthew and Jonathan Annas are recruited (son of Alphaeus is son of Ananus) ministry Matt 9:9-13 Mark 2:13-17 Luke 5:27-32

June 30AD
Capernaum
Paralytic, let down through the roof, cured at Capernaum (This was some humor about the fact that Jonathan Annas had used a palanquin for travel amongst the Gentiles to avoid being contaminated. Being the priest his position would place him on the upper level of the church above the congregation. He gives it up, realizing that it is not practical. Jonathan Annas is listed as the disciple: James son of Alphaeus) Mark's miracle 4 of 12 (Peter's acceptance of Jonathan Annas) Matt 9:1-8 Mark 2:1-12 Luke 5:17-26

June 30AD New Wine into Old Wineskins and the Serving of the sacred loaf and sacred wine to the Diaspora (wheat, corn) on the Sabbath at the Common Table. parable Matt 9:14-17; 12:1-8 Mark 2:18-28 Luke 5:33-39; 6:1-5; 13:14,15

Hillels' teaching Sermon on the Mount: Ten Beatitudes sermon Matt 5:1-12
Luke 6:20-23

Parables of the lamp and Salt Sermon on the Mount:The Lamp under a Bushel & Salt parable Matt 5:13-16 Mark 4:21-25; 9:50 Luke 8:16-18; 11:33-36

New Doctrine Sermon on the Mount: Expounding of the new Law sermon Matt 5:17-48, 6:1-8, 16-34; 7:1-29; 19:3-12; 22:34-40
Luke 6:17-19, 24-49; 11:5-13; 12:22-34; 13:22-27; 16:18

Miscellaneous Doctrine Luke's Sermon on the Mount prologue and miscellaneous preachings doctrine Matt 18:15-22 Mark 10:1-12 Luke 12:1-15; 28-34; 49-59;13:28-30; 14:7-11;16:9-17

Advice Stumbling Blocks sermon Matt 18:7-9 Mark 9:43-49 Luke 17:1-6

Patterned from 23rd Psalm of David The Lord's Prayer doctrine Matt 6:9–15 Mark 11:24-26 Luke 11:1-4

June 30AD
Capernaum, Galilee
Man with Withered Hand (euphemism for chastity; allowing Nazarite to marry) Mark's miracle 5 of 12 (Acceptance of Peter's marriage) Matt 12:9-14 Mark 3:1-6 Luke 6:6-11


June 30AD
Galilee
Formal Appointment of the Twelve Apostles ministry Matt 10:1-42 Mark 3:7-19 Luke 6:12-16

September 30AD
Nain
Young Man from Nain (Mother Mary is distressed because James, Jesus' younger brother is excommunicated ("dead") with John the Baptist who is now disgraced having failed to predict the coming of the new kingdom, Jesus reinstates him.) miracle

Luke 7:11-17

September 30AD Messengers arrive from John the Baptist ministry Matt 11:1-30 Luke 7:18-35

September 30AD Parable of the Two Sons: how the Sadducees and the women believed John the Baptist and will proceed the Pharisees to Heaven ministry Matt 21:28-32



September 30AD
from Judea into Galilee, Cana, son: Capernaum
The Centurion's Servant (similar to the Nobleman's son in the John: Healing from a distance. This introduces Herod Agrippa not yet in power with his freedman John Mark, the disciple Bartholomew, known as Eutychus an and the analogy relates to the fact that the centurion had previously promoted him from a slave. (This centurion is not the same as the centurion at the Crucifixion who is Cornelius-Luke .) John's miracle 2 of 7 Matt 8:5-13
Luke 7:1-10 John 4:46-54
September-November 30AD
Returning from Jordan (Mar Saba) into the wilderness then with Judas at Jerusalem
Tempted by Satan in the Wilderness: Nazarite Vow before Marriage marriage preparation Matt 4:1-11 Mark 1:12-13 Luke 4:1-13

November 30AD First anointing of Jesus' feet by Mary Magdalene acting as the bride of Solomon Trial Wedding

Luke 7:36-50

Beginning of March 31AD (Passover #2) John 5:1 "After that there was a feast of the Jews."
March 31AD Calming the storm (Postponed John the Baptist prediction fails, Jesus takes control) miracle Matt 8:23-27 Mark 4:35-41 Luke 8:22-25

March 31AD
Gadarenes (over against Galilee) then to Decapolis
Gadarenes demonic and the swine Mark's miracle 6 of 12 (Peter's allegiance with Theudas) Matt 8:16-22, 28-34 Mark 5:1-20 Luke 8:26-39
March 31AD
Nicodemus-Theudas meets with Jesus at night
March 31AD
Nicodemus-Theudas meets with Jesus as night
John 3:1-12
March 31AD
sheep gate, Bethesda, Jerusalem (Qumran)
Impotent Man (James brother of Jesus) at the Pool of Bethesda for 38 Years John's miracle 3 of 7

John 5:1-18
March 31AD Visit at the Convent (First trial marriage with Mary Magdalene has no conception) ministry

Luke 8:1-3

March 31AD
Judea to Galilee via Sycar, Samaria
Samaritan Woman at the Well (Helena, the consort of Simon Magus, finds out if Jesus will join him in a coup against Jonathan Annas. Jesus declares himself to be that Christ.) ministry


John 4:1-29
March 31AD "He hath Beelzebub" (Jesus aligns himself with Simon Magus as Pope) ministry Matt 9:27-38; 12:15-45 Mark 3:20-30 Luke 11:14-32 John 4:30-45; 8:44-59
March 31AD "We saw a certain one in your name casting out demons (Simon Magus) ministry
Mark 9:38-42 Luke 9:51-56

September 31AD
John the Baptist at Tiberius (chief estates of Galilee)
"Beheading" of St. John the Baptist (Helena dances for her student Salome and Simon Magus takes the headship of the Baptist to be followed later by his execution.) miscellaneous Matt 14:6-12 Mark 6:21-29


September 31AD Jesus Justifies his Mission, superseding John the Baptist ministry


John 5:19-47
September 31AD Thirteen then the Seventy Disciples ministry Matt 14:1,2 Mark 6:7-13 Luke 9:1-6; 10:1-20

November 31AD Mary anointing Jesus for the second time at the home of Martha (Helena) and Mary (Mary Magdalene and Jesus renew their marriage) ministry

Luke 10:38-42

November 31AD November 31AD John the Baptist has been executed ministry
Mark 6:14-16 Luke 9:7-9

Beginning of March 32AD (Passover #3) John 6:4 "And the passover, a feast of the Jews, was nigh."
March 32AD
desert place near Bethsaida, Sea of Galilee, returning to Capernaum
Feeding the 5000 (John of Zebedee is promoted) John's miracle 4 of 7 Matt 14:13-21 Mark 6:30-44 Luke 9:10-17 John 6:1-15
March 32AD, Tiberias to Capernaum-Bethsaida Jesus walks on water (Boat was 30 furlongs: 5.58 km from the shore) John's miracle 5 of 7 Matt 14:22-33 Mark 6:45-52
John 6:16-21
March 32AD
Gennesaret
Healings in Gennesaret miracle Matt 14:34-36 Mark 6:53-56


September 32AD Defilement does not come from the outside, but that which originates from the heart defiles. sermon Matt 15:1-20 Mark 7:1-23


September 32AD
Sea of Galilee then to Dalmanutha, coasts of Magdala (Mega-Dan)
Feeding the 4000 (James of Zebedee is promoted) miracle Matt 15:30-39; 16:1-12 Mark 8:1-21


September 32AD John 7:1 "It was yet near the Jewish Feast of the Tabernacles."
(Actually: Atonement - September 10 and the Feast of the Tabernacles - September 15)
September 32AD
Day of Atonement
from Galilee to Judea (secretly)
Transfiguration of Jesus (Jesus appears in the apparel of the high priest and is disciplined by Simon Magus) miracle Matt 17:1-13 Mark 9:2-13 Luke 9:28-36 John 7:1-53
September 32AD
Capernaum
The Little Children ministry Matt 18:1-6,10; 19:1,2,13-15 Mark 9:33-37; 10:13-16 Luke 9:46-48, 18:15-17

September 32AD
Journeying toward Jerusalem (Qumran)
The Son of Man will be delivered up and rise on the third day ministry Matt 16:21-28; 17:22,23; 20:17-19; 25-28 Mark 09:31,32; 10:32-34; 42-45 Luke 9:44,45, 49,50, 57-62; 13:31-35; 18:31-34 John 3:13-21
September 32AD
Capernaum
A discussion of fees miracle Matt 17:24-27



September 32AD The 100 Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin parable Matt 18:11-14
Luke 15:1-10

September 32AD
Galilee
The Unforgiving Servant parable Matt 18:23-35



September 32AD
Caesarea Philippi
Confession of Peter ministry Matt 16:13-20 Mark 8:27-38; 9:1 Luke 9:18-27 John 6:61-71
September 32AD Request of mother of the sons of Zebedee for her sons to sit at the left and right of his glory request Matt 20:20-24 Mark 10:35-41


September 32AD
Mount of Olives
Jesus and the woman taken in adultery ministry


John 8:1-11
September 32AD
Jerusalem Temple (Qumran)
Authority of Jesus Questioned ministry Matt 21:23-27 Mark 11:27-33 Luke 20:1-8

September 32AD Marriage and Resurrection (The Sadducees do not believe in Resurrection) ministry Matt 22:23-33 Mark 12:18-27 Luke 20:27-40

September 32AD Christ is not the Son of David ministry Matt 22:41-46 Mark 12:35-37 Luke 20:41-44

September 32AD Render unto Caesar... ministry Matt 22:15-22 Mark 12:13-17 Luke 20:20-26

September 32AD
Mount of Olives
Second Coming Prophecy and the fall of Jerusalem in 70AD as predicted by Daniel 9:24-27 and similar to the desolation of the Temple in 167 BC for three and a half years accounting for the addition of three years and a half years to the Great Jubilee cycle that almost corresponded to the Restoration of the Temple by Herod the Great and then moving 30AD to 33AD for the Restoration from the Romans prophecy Matt 24:1-31; 36-41 Mark 13:1-27; 32,33 Luke 17:20-37; 19:40-44; 21:5-28, 34-38; 23:27-31

September 32AD
pool of Siloam
Healing of the Dumb and Deaf man at Sea of Galilee and Decapolis and the Blind man of Bethsaida (Jesus replaces his brother James with his younger brother Joses as crown prince) John's miracle 6 of 7; Mark's miracle 9&10 of 12 (Peter's acceptance of Jesus' brothers James and Joses)
Mark 7:31-37; 8:22-26
John 9:1-41
September 32AD
Galilee
Boy possessed by a demon (epileptic) Mark's miracle 11 of 12: (Peter's acceptance of Zacchaeus, Ananus the Younger) Matt 17:14-21 Mark 9:14-32 Luke 9:37-43

September 32AD The Rich Young Man (Simon Magus) and the eye of a needle ministry Matt 19:16-30 Mark 10:17-31 Luke 10:25-29; 18:18-30

November 32AD (Feast of the Dedication) John 10:22 "It was the the Dedications at Jerusalem (Qumran). It was winter."
December 32AD (Feast of the Dedication) Solomon's porch, Jerusalem (Qumran) to beyond Jordan The Good Shepherd ministry


John 10:1-42
December 32AD
Bethabara (beyond Jordan) to Bethany, Judaea (Bethany located 15 furlongs: 2.84 km from Jerusalem (Qumran))
Raising of Lazarus (Removing the excommunication of Simon Magus) John's miracle 7 of 7


John 11:1-46
December 32AD Man with dropsy (leprosy) indicates Simon Magus' reinstatement miracle

Luke 14:1-6

December 32AD
going to Jerusalem (Qumran) through the midst of Samaria and Galilee
Cleansing ten lepers (Simon Magus at level 10) miracle

Luke 17:11-19

December 32AD
Jericho
Blind Man Bartimaeus near Jericho (Jesus is now the blind man being accepted by Gamaliel as Nazarite in the order of Benjamin at Mar Saba) Mark's miracle 12 or 12 (Official Nazarite path that allows Peter to gain leadership)) Matt 20:29-34 Mark 10:46-52 Luke 18:35-43

Sabbath, March 31, 33AD
Bethpage and Bethany (Mount of Olives) to Jerusalem (Qumran) Temple back to lodge at Bethany
Jesus rides a donkey into Jerusalem ritual Matt 21:1-11,15-17 Mark 11:1-11 Luke 19:28-39 John 12:12-19
March 33AD
Jericho
Zacchaeus up the Sycamore Tree observes

Luke 19:1-10

March 33AD
Bethany
Mary Magdalene anoints Jesus for the third time showing Jesus that she is three months pregnant with his child. Their marriage is confirmed. ministry Matt 26:6-13 Mark 14:3-9
John 12:1-8
March 33AD
Bethsaida
The Grain of Wheat (Talking with the Greek philosophers about the Wave Sheaf Ceremony, Jesus describes the Essene monastery, and the need to die to this world and his wish to return to cloistered life now that he has a child) ministry


John 12:20-50
December 32AD & March 33AD
Ephraim
Caiaphas plots to kill Jesus miracle Matt 21:45,46; 26:1-5 Mark 12:12; 14:1,2
John 11:47-57; 12:9-11
March 33AD Judas and the 30 pieces of silver miscellaneous Matt 26:14-16 Mark 14:10-11 Luke 22:1-6

March 33AD
Bethany to Jerusalem(Qumran)
Cursing the fig tree miracle Matt 21:18-22 Mark 11:12-14, 19-23


March 33AD Temple Cleansing for the second time (symbolic only) ministry Matt 21:12-14 Mark 11:15-18 Luke 19:45-48

Beginning of March 33AD (Last Passover) Matt 26:1,2 "You know that after two days is the feast of the Passover." --
"You have known that after two days the passover comes, and the Son of Man is delivered up to be crucified."
John 11:55 "And the Jewish Passover was nigh at hand."
Catholic Thursday (Day before Good Friday, the Day of Preparation) April 2, 33AD 8 PM (I-13 in the Essene Solar Calendar thus really Monday)
April 33AD Last Supper - Finding the location ministry Matt 26:17-19 Mark 14:12-16 Luke 22:7-13
April 33AD Last Supper - Washing the feet of the disciples ministry Matt 26:20 Mark 14:17 Luke 22:14 John 13:1-17,19,20
April 33AD Last Supper - The Seating (Accusation of Judas) ministry Matt 26:21 Mark 14:18-20 Luke 22:21 John 13:18,21,26b,27a,30
April 33AD Last Supper - The Seating is Reshuffled ministry Matt 26:22-25 Mark 14:21 Luke 22:22-30;35-38 John 13:22-25,26a,27b,28,29,31,32
April 33AD Last Supper - The Sacrament ministry Matt 26:26-30a Mark 14:22-26a Luke 22:15-20 John 6:22-60
April 33AD April 33AD Last Supper - Peter will deny me thrice ministry Matt 26:31-35 Mark 14:27-31 Luke 22:31-34 John 13:33-38
April 33AD Last Supper - Discussion Time (Promising a Paraclete) ministry

John 14:1-31; 15:1-27; 16:1-33; 17:1-26
April 33AD, Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane Gethsemane miscellaneous Matt 26:36-46 Mark 14:26b,32-42 Luke 22:39-46 John 18:1
Midnight at the beginning of the Catholic Good Friday April 3, 33AD (I-14: Day of Preparation in the Essene Solar Calendar thus Tuesday)
April 33AD The kiss of Judas and the arrest of Jesus passion Matt 26:47-56 Mark 14:43-52 Luke 22:47-53, 63-65 John 18:2-12
April 33AD Trial of Jesus before Ananus trial


John 18:13,14; 19-23
April 33AD Trial of Jesus before Caiaphas passion Matt 26:57-68 Mark 14:53-65 Luke 22:54,66-71 John 18:24
April 33AD Peter waits outside of the trial before Caiaphas and denies Jesus. passion Matt 26:69-75 Mark 14:66-72
Luke 22:55-62

John 18:15-18,25-27

April 33AD Trial of Jesus before Pilate: "What is truth?"; Pilate declares he finds no fault. passion Matt 27:1,2,11-14 Mark 15:1-5 Luke 23:1-4 John 18:28-38
April 33AD Pilate sends Jesus before Herod Agrippa due to a misunderstanding of jurisdiction (Nazarene was confused with Nazareth) passion

Luke 23:5-12

April 33AD, Gabbatha (Stone Pavement) Trial of Jesus continues under Pilate. Barabbas is released; Jesus is mocked and sent to be crucified. passion Matt 27:15-31 Mark 15:6-20 Luke 23:13-25 John 18:39-40; 19:1-15
April 33AD Judas repents too late (He will be one of the three on the cross: "he hanged himself") miscellaneous Matt 27:3-10



April 33AD
to Golgotha (place of the Skull)
Carrying the cross (Jesus carrying his cross, behind him Simon Magus (Simon of Cyrene) carrying his own cross) passion Matt 27:32-33 Mark 15:21-22 Luke 23:26, 32,33a John 19:16-17
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: The plan of the poison is set up passion Matt 27:34 Mark 15:23


Third hour: Jesus on the cross
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: placed on the Cross passion Matt 27:35a,38 Mark 15:25,27,28 Luke 23:33b John 19:18
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: title on Jesus' cross is "King of the Jews" passion Matt 27:37 Mark 15:26 Luke 23:38 John 19:19-22
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: Casting Lots passion Matt 27:35b,36 Mark 15:24 Luke 23:34 John 19:23,24
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: Reviled by onlookers passion Matt 27:39-43 Mark 15:29-32 Luke 23:35,36a,37

April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: two others on cross - railed by Judas Iscariot, but rebuked by Simon Magus. Jesus give predefined code word "Paradise" passion Matt 27:44
Luke 23:33c,39-43

April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: Jesus talks to Mary Magdalene about their baby inside her. At the cross John Mark and the four Marys: Mother Mary, his mother's sister (Helena), Mary of Cleopas (betrothed of James) and Mary Magdalene.
(See Four Marys Chart)
passion


John 19:25-27
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: At the cross three Marys: Mother of James and Joses (Mother Mary), Mary Magdalene, The mother of the sons of Zebedee/Salome (Helena).
(See Four Marys Chart)
passion Matt 27:55,56 Mark 15:40,41 Luke 23:49

Sixth hour - Ninth hour: Clocks reset 3 hours
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: Darkness passion Matt 27:45 Mark 15:33 Luke 23:44,45

Ninth hour: Jesus asks for poison
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: Jesus cries out passion Matt 27:46,47 Mark 15:34,35 Luke 23:46a John 19:28
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: Given poison passion Matt 27:48-50 Mark 15:36-37 Luke 23:36b,46b,48 John 19:29-30
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: Believed death of Jesus splits the Church passion Matt 27:51-53 Mark 15:38


April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: Joseph of Arimathea (James, the brother of Jesus) asks Pilate for Jesus' body passion Matt 27:57-58a Mark 15:43,44a Luke 23:50-52 John 19:38a
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: Cornelius-Luke pierces Jesus with a lancet (Test for death, that Jesus is alive is kept secret) passion Matt 27:54 Mark 15:39,44b Luke 23:47 John 19:34,35,37
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: Permission to Joseph of Arimathea to have Jesus' body passion Matt 27:58b Mark 15:45
John 19:38b
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: Excuse of not being on the cross on Passover passion
Mark 15:42 Luke 23:54 John 19:31
April 33AD Crucifixion of Jesus: All three taken down passion Matt 27:59a
Luke 23:53a John 19:32,33,36,38c
The process of reviving Jesus begins (Resurrection!)
April 33AD Nicodemus (Theudas-Thaddeus) brings the antidote. passion


John 19:39
April 33AD Joseph of Arimathea, Nicodemus, and the Three/Four Women at the Cross place Jesus in the tomb
(See Four Marys Chart)
passion Matt 27:59b-61 Mark 15:46,47 Luke 23:53b, 55,56 John 19:40-42
33AD The Rich man and Lazarus Refers to the Annas priestly family. It defines Jesus' burial cave in Qumran. parable

Luke 16:19-31

April 33AD A watch is placed at sundown passion Matt 27:62-66



midnight on the Catholic Saturday Apr 4, 33AD midnight (I-15: Passover in the Essene Solar Calendar thus Wednesday)
April 33AD Resurrection: Mary Magdalene fears the tomb is empty and gets Peter and John Mark resurrection appearance

Luke 24:12 John 20:1-8
April 33AD Resurrection: Mary Magdalene mistakes Jesus for James "the gardener"; Jesus has been revived from the poison.
(See Four Marys Chart)
resurrection appearance
Mark 16:09
John 20:11-18
April 33AD Resurrection: Peter and John Mark help Jesus out of the tomb resurrection appearance
Mark 16:10,11,13
John 20:9,10
April 33AD Resurrection: Empty Cave (Jesus has been removed, but Simon Magus (the angel) is still there. The women set out for the cave.) (See Four Marys Chart) resurrection appearance Matt 28:1 Mark 16:1-3 Luke 24:1

April 33AD Resurrection: Empty Cave (Thaddaeus-Theudas-Earthquake rolls the stone away from the second cave.) resurrection appearance Matt 28:2-4 Mark 16:4 Luke 24:2

April 33AD Resurrection: Empty Cave (Simon Magus, the angel, instructs them to tell the resurrection story.) resurrection appearance Matt 28:5-10 Mark 16:5-8 Luke 24:3-11

April 33AD Resurrection: Soldiers are bribed to be quiet Miscellaneous Matt 28:11-15



April 33AD Resurrection: Thomas not there Resurrection appearance


John 20:19-24
April 33AD
Emmaus (about 60 furlongs: 11.36 from Jerusalem)
Resurrection: Road to Emmaus appearance (Cleopas is James, the brother of Jesus) resurrection appearance
Mark 16:12 Luke 24:13-32

April 33AD Resurrection: 8 days later Doubting Thomas believes Resurrection appearance 8 days later

Luke 24:33-40 John 20:25-29
April 33AD
Jerusalem
Resurrection: Other Appearance of Resurrected Jesus (Mission officially transferred from Qumran to Jerusalem) resurrection appearance Matt 28:16-20 Mark 16:14-18


April 33AD
Sea of Galilee (Tiberius)
Resurrection: Catch of 153 fish miracle

Luke 24:41-49 John 21:1-25
May 33AD Ascension: (forty days after Resurrection: Jesus returns to the monastery thus raising his grade) resurrection appearance
Mark 16:19-20 Luke 24:50-53 John 20:30,31
Mission History after the Crucifixion in Parables
December 36- January 37 The Rich Fool: refers to mission Simon Magus that required fees and lost power with the Annas priests. parable

Luke 12:16-21

40AD The Importunate Widow - This is Queen Helena of Adiabene who worked to remove Herod Agrippa I parable

Luke 18:1-9

March 43AD Widow's coin (Thus widow is Mother Mary, a Widow, joining Jesus' Church whose real name name is Dorcas sermon
Mark 12:41-44 Luke 21:1-4

September 43AD The Pharisee and the Publican refers to Simon Magus and Matthew Annas parable

Luke 18:10-14

15BC- April 44AD The Vineyard - In Mark and Luke it is Agrippa-I was refused mission money to support himself in Rome, when he became Herod, he was assassinated. In the later addition in Matthew the servants are Paul, scourged many times before his arrest in 57AD, Jonathan Annas, killed in 57AD; James, brother of Jesus, stoned to death in 62AD parable Matt 21:33-44 Mark 12:1-11 Luke 20:9-19

1AD - 41AD The Ten Coins: Assigning the 10 provinces of the mission. parable Matt 25:14-30
Luke 19:11-27

44AD The Ten Virgins and Lamps (Mother Mary was a widow of class 5 using oil, Mary Magdalene of class 10 using no oil.) parable Matt 25:1-13



48AD -49AD The Faithful Servant (Similar theme to the Ten Virgins) parable Matt 24:42-51 Mark 13:34-37 Luke 12:35-48

44 AD The sheep (Christians) under Peter (Feed my sheep) were separated from the goats (Jewish Christians) under James, brother of Jesus. parable Matt 25:31-46



48AD -49AD The Hidden Treasure (Old Testament and the New Testament canonized) parable Matt 13:52



50 AD Parable of the Pearl Reference to the Acts of Thomas and the Hymn of the Pearl parable Matt 13:44-46



48AD -49AD The Master and Servant (the sacred table of bread and wine is open to all) parable

Luke 17:7-10

1BC -60AD Workers in the Vineyard (60 years of the mission from 1BC to 60AD) parable Matt 20:1-16;