The Life And Time Of Jesus

Timeline created by Iprior@Carroll
In History
  • -20 BCE

    Mary Is Told She Is To Have A Baby

    Mary Is Told She Is To Have A Baby
    the Gospel of Luke says that the angel Gabriel came to Mary and said “Greetings, you who are
    highly favoured!
    The Lord is with you. Do not be afraid, Mary; you have found favour with God. You will conceive and give birth to a son, and you will call him Jesus. He will be called the Son of the
    Most High. The Lord God will give him the throne of his
    father David,

    and he will reign over Jacob’s descendants forever;
    his kingdom will never end.” Luke 1:26–38: 26
  • -19 BCE

    Jesus Is Born

    Jesus Is Born
    Joseph goes to Bethlehem with Mary when the Baby Jesus was born, wrapped in cloths, and put in a manger because there was no room in the inn. Shepherds in a field saw an angel, telling them that "Today in the town of Bethlehem a Savior has been born to you; He is Christ the Lord." The shepherds went to the manger in Bethlehem and saw the Child. Luke 1:33- 2:7
  • -18 BCE

    Jesus At Age Twelve

    Jesus At Age Twelve
    Jesus goes to Jerusalem for Passover, Jesus stayed for three days after His parents left. They found Him in the Temple courts - sitting among the teachers and amazing them. Jesus said to His parents, "Didn't you know I had to be in My Father's House?" (Luke 2:49)
  • -17 BCE

    Jesus Is Baptized

    Jesus Is Baptized
    Jesus was baptised by John the Baptist in the Jordan river and was estimated to be 30 years of age. He tempted by Satan but Jesus denied the temptation
  • -16 BCE

    Jesus' Transfiguration

    Jesus' Transfiguration
    the Feast of the Transfiguration is a Christian commemoration of the time when Jesus took three of his disciples, Peter, James, and John, upon a mountain, where Moses and Elijah appeared and Jesus was transfigured, his face and clothes became bright (Mark 9:2–13; Matthew 17:1–13; Luke 9:28–36).
  • -15 BCE

    Jesus feeds 5000

    Jesus feeds 5000
    Jesus went with his disciples and sat by a mountain a crowd of people followed him because they heard of what he could do. Jesus asked his disciples where they could get some food to feed the crowd of 5000, Simon said that they would need half a year's wages to feed them all, but a boy had five barley loaves and 2 fish, Jesus said that they would feed the people with that and he gave thanks. after all the people had eaten Jesus told his disciples to collect the leftovers, there was man
  • -14 BCE

    Jesus in Jerusalem

    Jesus in Jerusalem
    Jesus then rode the donkey into Jerusalem, with the three synoptic gospels saying that the disciples had first put their cloaks on it presumably to make it more comfortable. In Luke 19:41 as Jesus approaches Jerusalem, he looks at the city and cries over it, foretelling the suffering that awaits the city.
  • -13 BCE

    The Last Supper

    The Last Supper
    in Jerusalem, Jesus washed his disciples' feet and said, "do as I have done for you. No servant is greater than his master" Jesus further said, "whoever accepts Me accepts the One who sent Me." Jesus told Peter that he would deny Jesus three times before the rooster would crow the next morning. after the supper, at the olive grove, Judas arrived with soldiers Peter cut off the ear of the high priest's servant. Peter denied that he knew Jesus three times, and then the rooster crowed that morning
  • -12 BCE

    Jesus' cruzafiction

    Jesus' cruzafiction
    Jesus was crucified. A sign was posted over Jesus: "JESUS OF NAZARETH, THE KING OF THE JEWS" in Hebrew Latin, and Greek. When Jesus said, "I'm thirsty," a sponge with wine vinegar was lifted to Him. a soldier pierced His side with a spear, with blood/water flowing out. Joseph requested Jesus' body and he took Jesus' body down and wrapped it in strips of linen with myrrh. Jesus' body was placed in a new tomb (at a garden at the place where Jesus was crucified) just before the Sabbath.
  • -10 BCE

    Jesus' Disciples

    Jesus' Disciples
    Jesus had 12 disciples
    Simon (also called Peter) -- commercial fishermen
    Andrew (Peter's brother) -- a commercial fisherman
    James (son of Zebedee) -- a commercial fisherman
    John (son of Zebedee) -- a commercial fisherman
    Philip
    Bartholomew
    Thomas
    Matthew -- the tax collector
    James (son of Alphaeus)
    Thaddaeus
    Simon -- of the Zealot political party, wanting to overthrow the Romans
    Judas Iscariot -- who betrayed Jesus
  • -1 BCE

    Jesus' Resurrection

    Jesus' Resurrection
    Mary Magdalene found the stone removed from the door to the tomb. She told Peter they saw strips of linen that had been around Jesus' head. Mary went again to the tomb and saw two angels and also Jesus. Jesus then appeared to the disciples. Thomas was not with the others. when he heard of Jesus rising, Thomas said, ' I will not belive until he shows himself " later Jesus arrived while Thomas was there and said to Thomas, "Reach thy finger and behold mhands." Thomas said, "My Lord and my God!'''