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The journeys of Jesus - 11 maps

Bible overview
Eleven maps showing the journeys Jesus took.
Contributed by The Bible Journey
Jesus’s birth and childhood.<br/>1. Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem where Jesus is born. (Luke 2:1-5)<br/>2. Foreign merchants, including magi, arrive in Jerusalem from the east. (Matthew 2:1-6)<br/>3. Mary and Joseph take Jesus to Egypt to escape Herod's wrath. (Matthew 2:13-18)<br/>4. The Holy Family returns to Nazareth where Jesus grows up. (Matthew 2:19-23) – Slide 1
Jesus starts His ministry. <br/>1. Jesus travels south to Bethany beyond the Jordan where He is baptised by John in the River Jordan. (Mark 1:10-11)<br/>2. The Holy Spirit leads Jesus into the Judaean Desert where He is tempted by the accuser. (Mark 1:12-13)<br/>3. Jesus returns north to Galilee where He performs his first miracle at a family wedding in Cana. (John 2:1-12)<br/>4. Jesus reads from the scroll of the prophet Isaiah in the synagogue at Nazareth. (Luke 4:14-30)<br/>5. Jesus journeys to Capernaum where He drives out an evil spirit from a man in the synagogue. (Luke 4:31-37) – Slide 2
Early journeys of Jesus<br/>1. Jesus goes to Jerusalem for the Passover festival. (John 2:13-25)<br/>2. Jesus’s disciples baptise followers in the River Jordan. (John 3:22-36)<br/>3. Jesus talks to a Samaritan woman at Jacob’s Well near Sychar. (John 4:1-42)<br/>4. Jesus returns to Galilee and, while in Cana, heals a dying boy who is in Capernaum. (John 4:45-54)<br/>5. Jesus raises a widow’s son from the dead at Nain. (Luke 7:11-17)<br/>6. Jesus calls four local fishermen to follow Him at Bethsaida. (Mark 1:16-20) – Slide 3
Lakeside Teaching and Miracles<br/>1. Jesus calms a storm as He crosses the Sea of Galilee to Gerasa. (Mark 4:35-41) <br/>2. Jesus returns to Capernaum where He raises Jairus’s daughter from the dead. (Mark 5:21-43)<br/>3. Jesus walks to Nazareth where He is rejected in the synagogue. (Mark 6:1-6) – Slide 4
Jesus among the Gentiles. <br/>1. Jesus crosses the Sea of Galilee to escape the crowds, but they run on ahead of Him. (Mark 6:30-44)<br/>2. Jesus walks on the water towards the disciples’ boat. (Mark 6:45-52)<br/>3. Driven off course by a storm, they land at Gennesaret where Jesus heals many sick people. (Mark 6:53-56)<br/>4. Jesus travels to Tyre where He casts an evil spirit out of a girl. (Mark 7:24-30)<br/>5. Jesus journeys north to Sidon, a prosperous port in Phoenicia. (Mark 7:31)<br/>6. 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)<br/>7. Jesus crosses the lake to Dalmanutha where He teaches the crowds. (Mark 8:1-21) – Slide 5
Who do you say I am? <br/>1. Jesus travels north to Caesarea Philippi where Peter declares that Jesus is the Messiah, the Christ. (Mark 8:27-30)<br/>2. Six days later, Jesus is seen talking with Moses and Elijah on a high mountain. (Mark 9:2-13)<br/>3. Jesus returns to Galilee where He teaches about His death and resurrection. (Mark 9:14-32) – Slide 6
Jesus’s journeys near Jerusalem. <br/>1. Jesus leaves Jerusalem and follows the road down to Jericho, then crosses the River Jordan to Bethany beyond the Jordan. (John 10:40-42)<br/>2. Hearing of the death of his friend Lazarus, Jesus returns to Bethany near Jerusalem and raises Lazarus from the dead. (John 11:1-44)<br/>3. Jesus withdraws to Ephraim to avoid being arrested by the chief priests. (John 11:54) – Slide 7
Jesus enters Jerusalem<br/>1. Jesus and His disciples approach Jericho where Jesus heals a blind man. (Mark 10:46-52)<br/>2. Jesus climbs the road from Jericho towards Jerusalem and sends two disciples ahead to borrow a donkey. (Mark 11:1-7) <br/>3. Jesus rides down the hillside from Bethany and enters Jerusalem on a donkey. (Mark 11:8-10)<br/>4. After a brief visit to the Temple courtyard, Jesus returns to Bethany to stay overnight. (Mark 11:11) – Slide 8
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 9
Jerusalem – Jesus’s last 24 hours before His death.<br/>1. 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)<br/>2. 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).<br/>3. 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)<br/>4. 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)<br/>5. 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)<br/>6. 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)<br/>7. Shortly after 8am, Jesus is led outside the city walls to Golgotha where He is executed by crucifixion. (Matthew 27:15-33) – Slide 10
Jesus's resurrection appearances. <br/>1. Jesus appears to Cleopas and another disciple as they journey from Jerusalem to Emmaus. (Luke 24:13-32)<br/>2. They rush back to Jerusalem to tell the other disciples that they’ve seen the risen Lord. (Luke 24:33-35)<br/>3. After the disciples return to Galilee, Jesus appears to them on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. (John 21:1-22)<br/>4. Five years later, Jesus appears to Saul (also called Paul) on the road to Damascus in Syria. (Acts 9:1-9) – Slide 11
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