Triumphal entry into Jerusalem
(Ref: Mathew 21:1-9)
Teaches Parables of two sons and marriage feast ( Mathew 21:23).
Tribute to Caesar (Mathew 22:15-22).
Teaches on resurrection (Mathew 22:15-22).
Pharisees questions commandments (Mathew 22:34-40).
Jesus and David (Mathew 22:41-46).
Jesusí last sermon (Mathew 23:1-39).
Widowís mite (Luke 21:1-4).
Jesus tells of the future (Mathew 24: 1-51).
Jesus tells parables of ten virgins, talents and day of judgment (Mathew 25:1-46).
Jesus tells date of crucifixion (Mathew 26:1-5).
Anointing by Mary (Mathew 6-13).
Judas contracts betrayal (Mathew 26:14-16).
Bible doesnít mention about any event
Passover eaten. (Mathew 26:17-19).
Feet washed (John 13:1-20).
Judas revealed. Judas defects (Mathew 26:21-25).
Jesus warns about further desertion. Institution of Lordís supper (Mathew 26:26-29).
Last speech to the apostles and intercessory prayer (John 14:1-17:26)
The grief of Gethsemane ((Mathew 26:30, v36-46).
Betrayal, arrest, desertion (Mathew 26:47-56).
First examined by Annas (John 12-14).
Trial by Caiaphas and council (Mathew 26:57).
Peterís triple denial (Mathew 26:58).
Condemnation by the council (Mathew 27:1).
Suicide of Judas (Mathew 27:3-10).
First appearance before Pilate (Mathew 27:2).
Jesus before Herod (Luke 23:6-12).
Second appearance before Pilate (Mathew 27:15-26).
Mockery by Roman Soldiers (Mathew 27:27-30).
Led to Golgotha (Mathew 27:31-34).
Six events of first 3 hours on Cross (Mathew 27:35-44).
Last three hours on Cross (Mathew 27:45-50).
Events attending Jesus' death (Mathew 27:51-56).
Burial of Jesus (Mathew 27:57-60).
Tomb sealed (Mathew 27:61-66).
Women Watch (Mark 15:47).
Christ preaches gospel to the dead (1 Pet. 3: 19, 1 Pet 4:5 & 6)
(Note: reference about many of the events are given in the other gospels also)
Contributed by: Philip Oommen,