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The journeys of Jesus - 47 maps

Bible overview
Forty seven maps showing the journeys of Jesus.
Contributed by The Bible Journey
Jesus’s birth and childhood. <br/>Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem where Jesus is born. (Luke 2:1-5) – Slide 1
Foreign merchants, including magi, arrive in Jerusalem from the east. (Matthew 2:1-6) – Slide 2
Mary and Joseph take Jesus to Egypt to escape Herod's wrath. (Matthew 2:13-18) – Slide 3
The Holy Family returns to Nazareth where Jesus grows up. (Matthew 2:19-23) – Slide 4
Jesus starts His ministry. <br/>Jesus travels south to Bethany beyond the Jordan where He is baptised by John in the River Jordan. (Mark 1:10-11) – Slide 5
The Holy Spirit leads Jesus into the Judaean Desert where He is tempted by the accuser. (Mark 1:12-13) – Slide 6
Jesus returns north to Galilee where He performs His first miracle at a family wedding in Cana. (John 2:1-12) – Slide 7
Jesus reads from the scroll of the prophet Isaiah in the synagogue at Nazareth. (Luke 4:14-30) – Slide 8
Jesus journeys to Capernaum where He drives out an evil spirit from a man in the synagogue. (Luke 4:31-37) – Slide 9
Early journeys of Jesus. <br/>Jesus goes to Jerusalem for the Passover festival. (John 2:13-25) – Slide 10
Jesus’s disciples baptise followers in the River Jordan. (John 3:22-36) – Slide 11
Jesus talks to a Samaritan woman at Jacob’s Well near Sychar. (John 4:1-42) – Slide 12
Jesus returns to Galilee and, while in Cana, heals a dying boy who is in Capernaum. (John 4:45-54) – Slide 13
Jesus raises a widow’s son from the dead at Nain. (Luke 7:11-17) – Slide 14
Jesus calls four local fishermen to follow Him at Bethsaida. (Mark 1:16-20) – Slide 15
Lakeside Teaching and Miracles. <br/>Jesus calms a storm as He crosses the Sea of Galilee to Gerasa. (Mark 4:35-41) – Slide 16
Jesus returns to Capernaum where He raises Jairus’s daughter from the dead. (Mark 5:21-43) – Slide 17
Jesus walks to Nazareth where He is rejected in the synagogue. (Mark 6:1-6) – Slide 18
Jesus among the Gentiles. <br/>Jesus crosses the Sea of Galilee to escape the crowds, but they run on ahead of Him. (Mark 6:30-44) – Slide 19
Jesus walks on the water towards the disciples’ boat. (Mark 6:45-52) – Slide 20
Driven off course by a storm, they land at Gennesaret where Jesus heals many sick people. (Mark 6:53-56) – Slide 21
Jesus travels to Tyre where He casts an evil spirit out of a girl. (Mark 7:24-30) – Slide 22
Jesus journeys north to Sidon, a prosperous port in Phoenicia. (Mark 7:31) – Slide 23
Jesus returns to the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee where He heals a deaf man with a speech impediment. (Mark 7:32-37) – Slide 24
Jesus crosses the lake to Dalmanutha where He teaches the crowds. (Mark 8:1-21) – Slide 25
Who do you say I am?  <br/>Jesus travels north to Caesarea Philippi where Peter declares that Jesus is the Messiah, the Christ. (Mark 8:27-30) – Slide 26
Six days later, Jesus is seen talking with Moses and Elijah on a high mountain. (Mark 9:2-13) – Slide 27
Jesus returns to Galilee where He teaches about His death and resurrection. (Mark 9:14-32) – Slide 28
Jesus’s journeys near Jerusalem. <br/>Jesus leaves Jerusalem and follows the road down to Jericho, then crosses the River Jordan to Bethany beyond the Jordan. (John 10:40-42) – Slide 29
Hearing of the death of His friend Lazarus, Jesus returns to Bethany near Jerusalem and raises Lazarus from the dead. (John 11:1-44) – Slide 30
Jesus withdraws to Ephraim to avoid being arrested by the chief priests. (John 11:54) – Slide 31
Jesus enters Jerusalem. <br/>Jesus and His disciples approach Jericho where Jesus heals a blind man. (Mark 10:46-52) – Slide 32
Jesus climbs the road from Jericho towards Jerusalem and sends two disciples ahead to borrow a donkey. (Mark 11:1-7) – Slide 33
Jesus rides down the hillside from Bethany and enters Jerusalem on a donkey. (Mark 11:8-10) – Slide 34
After a brief visit to the Temple courtyard, Jesus returns to Bethany to stay overnight. (Mark 11:11) – Slide 35
Herod’s Temple in Jerusalem. <br/>Jesus enters the Outer Courtyard of the Temple and drives out the merchants who are selling birds to be offered as sacrifices. His symbolic action – destroying the sacrificial system of the Temple for a short time – heralds the final end of the sacrificial system and points towards the coming destruction of the Temple. – Slide 36
Jerusalem – Jesus’s last 24 hours before death. <br/>Immediately after finishing their last supper together in the Upper Room, Jesus and His disciples cross the Kidron Valley to the Garden of Gethsemane. (Mark 14:26-42) – Slide 37
Jesus is arrested and led back to the home of Annas, the father-in-law of the Jewish High Priest, Caiaphas. (John 18:12-24). – Slide 38
At dawn, Jesus is taken to the house of Caiaphas, the Jewish High Priest, where Jesus agrees that He is the Christ and is convicted of blasphemy. (Mark 14:53-65) – Slide 39
At 7am, Jesus is taken to Herod’s Palace which serves as Pilate’s residence when the Roman Governor is visiting Jerusalem. (Luke 23:1-5) – Slide 40
Pilate sends Jesus to Herod Antipas, the tetrarch of Galilee, who is staying in the Hasmonaean Palace during the Passover festival. (Luke 23:6-12) – Slide 41
Jesus is taken back to Pilate’s residence at Herod’s Palace. Pilate wants to free Jesus, but the crowds insist on Jesus’s crucifixion. (Luke 23:13-25) – Slide 42
Shortly after 8am, Jesus is led outside the city walls to Golgotha where He is executed by crucifixion. (Matthew 27:15-33) – Slide 43
Jesus's resurrection appearances. <br/>Jesus appears to Cleopas and another disciple as they journey from Jerusalem to Emmaus. (Luke 24:13-32) – Slide 44
They rush back to Jerusalem to tell the other disciples that they’ve seen the risen Lord. (Luke 24:33-35) – Slide 45
After the disciples return to Galilee, Jesus appears to them on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. (John 21:1-22) – Slide 46
Five years later, Jesus appears to Saul (also called Paul) on the road to Damascus in Syria. (Acts 9:1-9) – Slide 47
These maps have been kindly donated by The Bible journey web site – http://www.thebiblejourney.org – Slide 48