Harmony Of The Gospel

I Worked Very Hard To Color Code The Passages, I hope someone will read some of the passages.

 

The Harmony of the Gospels offers a comparative study chart for Matthew, Mark, Luke and John’s Gospel accounts. Categorized by subjects, this study resource allows quick, side-by-side viewing of what each apostle recorded in each of the four Gospels.

Pre-Christ Narratives
Luke’s preface
“God the Word”
The Birth and Early Childhood of Christ
Birth of John Baptist foretold
Annunciation of the birth of Jesus
Mary visits Elizabeth
Birth of John the Baptist
The two genealogies
Birth of Jesus Christ
The watching shepherds
The circumcision
Presentation in the temple
The wise men from the East
Flight into Egypt, and return to Nazareth
Christ in the temple with the doctors
The Baptism of Christ
Ministry of John the Baptist
Baptism of Jesus Christ
The Temptation of Christ
The temptation
The Early Ministry of Christ
Andrew and another disciple and Simon Peter
Philip and Nathanael
  
The marriage in Cana of Galilee
Passover and cleansing the temple
Nicodemus comes to Jesus by night
Christ and John baptizing
Christ at the well of Sychar
John the Baptist in prison
Christ returns to Galilee
The synagogue at Nazareth
Andrew and Simon, James and John called
Miracles of Christ
The nobleman’s son at Capernaum healed
The demoniac in the synagogue healed
Simon’s wife’s mother healed
Circuit round Galilee
Healing a leper
Christ stills the storm
Demoniacs in the land of the Gadarenes
Jairus’ daughter. Woman healed
Blind men and demoniac
Healing the paralytic
Matthew the publican
“Thy disciples fast not”
The Feast and Miracle at Bethesda
The feast at Jerusalem
The pool of Bethesda
  
Jesus and the irate Jews
Ministry and Parables
Plucking ears of corn on the Sabbath
The withered hand. Miracles
The twelve apostles
The sermon on the mount
The centurion’s servant healed
The widow’s son at Nain
Messengers from john
Woe denounced to the cities of Galilee
Call to the meek and suffering
Anointing the feet of Jesus
Second circuit round Galilee
Parable of the sower
Parable of the candle under a bushel
Parable of the seed growing secretly
Parable of the wheat and tares
Parable of the grain of mustard seed
Parable of the leaven
On teaching by parables
The wheat and tares explained
The hid treasure, the pearl, the net
His mother and His brethren
Reception at Nazareth
Third circuit round Galilee
Sending forth of the twelve
Herod’s opinion of Jesus
Death of John the Baptist
Feeding of the five thousand
Christ walking on the sea
Miracles in Gennesaret
“The bread of life”
The washed hands
The Syrophoenician woman
Miracles of healing
Feeding of the four thousand
The sign from heaven
The leaven of the Pharisees
Blind man healed
Outside of Galilee
Peter’s profession of faith
The passion foretold
The Transfiguration
The coming of Elias
The lunatic healed
Back in Galilee
The passion again foretold
The fish caught for the tribute
the little child
One casting out devils
Offences
The lost sheep
Forgiveness of injuries
“Binding and loosing”
Parable of the unmerciful servant
“Salt with fire”
Ministry in Jerusalem
Journey to Jerusalem
Fire from heaven
Answers to disciples
Teaching at the feast of tabernacles
Woman taken in adultery
Dispute with the Pharisees
  
The man born blind
The good shepherd
  
Feast of the dedication
Departure beyond Jordan
In Galilee
Mission of the seventy
The return of the seventy
The good Samaritan
Mary and Martha
The Lord’s prayer
Prayer effectual
The blasphemous Pharisees reproved
The unclean spirit returning
The sign of Jonah
The light of the body
The Pharisees
What to fear
Covetousness
Watchfulness
Galileans that perished
Woman healed on the Sabbath
The grain of mustard seed
The Leaven
Towards and At Jerusalem
Journey towards Jerusalem
“Are there few that be saved?”
Warning against Herod
Prophecy against Jerusalem
Dropsy healed on the Sabbath day
Choosing the chief rooms
Parable of the great supper
Following Christ with the cross
Parables of the lost sheep, piece of
money, prodigal son
Parables of the steward, rich
man and Lazarus
Offenses
Faith and merit
The ten lepers
How the kingdom cometh
Parable of the unjust judge
Parable of the Pharisee and the publican
Divorce
Infants brought to Jesus
The rich man inquiring
Promises to the disciples
Laborers in the vineyard
Death of Christ foretold
Request of James and John
Blind men at Jericho
Zaccheus
Parable of the ten talents
Raising of Lazarus
Meeting of the Sanhedrin
Christ Departs to Ephraim
The anointing by Mary
Christ enters Jerusalem
Cleansing the temple (second)
The barren fig tree
Exhortation to prayer and forgiveness
The questioning of the chief priests
Parable of the two sons
Parable of the wicked husbandmen
Parable of the wedding-garment
The tribute money
The Sadducees confuted
The great commandment
David’s Son and David’s Lord
The hypocrisy and ambition of the Pharisees
The widow’s mite
Christ’s second coming foretold
Parable of the ten virgins
Parable of the talents
The last judgment
Greeks visit Jesus. Voice from heaven
The judgment of unbelief
Last passover. Conspiracy of Jews
Judas Iscariot
Paschal supper
Contention of the apostles
Peter’s fall foretold
Last discourse. The departure. The Comforter
The vine and the branches. Abiding in love
Work of the Comforter in the disciples
The prayer of Christ for them
The Betrayal and Trial of Christ
Christ before Annas and Caiaphas. Peter’s denial
Christ before the Sanhedrin
Christ before Pilate
The traitor’s death
Christ before Herod
Accusation and condemnation
The Crucifixion and Burial of Christ
Treatment by the soldiers
The mother of Jesus at the cross
Mockings and railings
The penitent malefactor
The death of Christ
Darkness and other portents
The bystanders
The side pierced
The guard of the sepulchre
The Resurrection and Ascension of Christ
The resurrection
Disciples going to Emmaus
Appearances in Jerusalem. Doubts of Thomas
Appearance at the sea of Tiberias
Appearance on the mount of Galilee
Unrecorded works
The Ascension

CONTENT DISCLAIMER:

The Blue Letter Bible ministry and the BLB Institute hold to the historical, conservative Christian faith, which includes a firm belief in the inerrancy of Scripture. Since the text and audio content provided by BLB represent a range of evangelical traditions, all of the ideas and principles conveyed in the resource materials are not necessarily affirmed, in total, by this ministry.

When Psalms Were Written

Psalms After What Scripture Probable Occasion on Which Each Psalm was Composed B.C.
1 Neh 13:3 Written by David or Ezra, and placed as a preface to the Psalms 444
2 1Ch 17:27 On the delivery of the promise by Nathan to David-a prophecy of Christ’s kingdom 1044
3 2Sa 15:29 On David’s flight from Absalom 1023
4 2Sa 17:29 During the the flight from Absalom 1023
5 2Sa 17:29 During the the flight from Absalom 1023
6 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
7 2Sa 16:14 On the reproaches of Shimei 1023
8 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
9 1Sa 17:4, or 1Ch 16:43 On the victory over Goliath 1063
10 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
11 1Sa 19:3 When David was advised to flee to the mountains 1062
12 1Ch 28:1 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
13, 14, 15 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
16 1Ch 17:27, or 1Sa 27 On the delivery of the promise by Nathan to David 1044
17 1Sa 22:19 On the murder of the priests by Doeg 1060
18 2Sa 22:51 On the conclusion of David’s wars 1019
19 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
20, 21 2Sa 10:19 On the war with the Ammonites and Syrians 1036
22 1Ch 17:27 On the delivery of the promise by Nathan; or in sever persecution 1044
23, 24 1Ch 28:21, or 1Ch 16:43 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
25, 26, 27 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
28, 29 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
30 1Ch 21:30 On the dedication of the threshing-floor of Araunah 1017
31 1Sa 23:12 On David’s persecution by Saul 1060
32, 33 2Sa 12:15 On the pardon of David’s adultery 1034
34 1Sa 21:15 On David’s leaving the city of Gath 1060
35 1Sa 22:19 On David’s persecution by Doeg 1060
36, 37 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
38, 39, 40, 41 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
42 2Sa 17:29 On David’s flight from Absalom 1023
43 2Sa 17:29 On David’s flight from Absalom 1023
44 2Ki 19:7 On the blasphemous message of Rabshekeh 710
45 1Ch 17:27 On the delivery of the promise by Nathan 1044
46 2Ch 20:26 On the victory of Jehoshaphat 890
47 2Ch 7:10 On the removal of the ark into the temple 1004
48 Ezr 6:22 On the dedication of the second temple 515
49, 50 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
51 2Sa 12:15 Confession of David after his adultery 1034
52 1Sa 22:19 On David’s persecution by Doeg 1060
53 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
54 1Sa 23:23 On the treachery of the Ziphims to David 1060
55 2Sa 17:29 During the flight from Absalom 1023
56 1Sa 21:15 When David was with the Philistines in Gath 1060
57 1Sa 24:22 On David’s refusal to kill Saul in the cave 1058
58 1Sa 24:22 Continuation of Ps. 57 1058
59 1Sa 19:17 On Saul surrounding the town of David 1061
60 1Ki 11:20 On the conquest of Edom by Joab 1040
61 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
62 2Sa 17:29 In David’s persecution by Absalom 1023
63 1Sa 24:22 Prayer of David in the wilderness of Engedi 1058
64 1Sa 22:19 On David’s persecution by Saul 1060
65 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
66 Ezr 3:13 On laying the foundation of the second temple 535
67 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 593
68 2Sa 6:11 On the first removal of the ark 1045
69 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
70, 71 2Sa 17:29 On Absalom’s rebellion 1023
72 1Ch 29:19 On Solomon being made king by his father 1015
73 2Ki 19:19 On the destruction of Sennacherib 710
74 Jer 39:10 On the destruction of the city and temple 588
75, 76 2Ki 19:35 On the destruction of Sennacherib 710
77 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 593
78 1Ch 28:21, or 2Ch 19:56 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
79 Jer 39:10 On the destruction of the city and temple 588
80 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
81 Ezr 6:22 On the dedication of the second temple 515
82 2Ch 19:7 On the appointment of judges by Jehoshaphat 897
83 Jer 39:10, or 2Ch 20 On the desolation caused by the Assyrians 588
84 Ezr 3:13 On the foundation of the second temple 535
85 Ezr 1:4 On the decree of Cyrus 536
86 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
87 Ezr 3:7 On the return from the Babylonish captivity 536
88 Exd 2:25 During the affliction in Egypt 1531
89 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
90 Num 14:45 On the shortening of man’s life, etc. 489
91 1Ch 28:10 After the advice of David to Solomon 1015
92, 93 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
94 Jer 39:10 On the destruction of the city and temple 588
95 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
96 1Ch 16:43 On the removal of the ark from Obed-edom’s house 1051
97, 98, 99, 100 2Ch 7:10 On the removal of the ark into the temple 1004
101 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
102 Dan 9:27 On the near termination of the captivity 538
103 2Sa 12:15 On the pardon of David’s adultery 1034
104 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
105, 106 1Ch 16:43 On the removal of the ark from Obed-edom’s house 1051
107 Ezr 3:7 On the return from the captivity 536
108 1Ki 11:20 On the conquest of Edom by Joab 1040
109 1Sa 22:19 On David’s persecution by Doeg 1060
110 1Ch 17:27 On the promise by Nathan to David 1044
111, 112, 113, 114 Ezr 3:7 On the return from the captivity 536
115 2Ch 20:26 On the victory of Jehoshaphat 896
116, 117 Ezr 3:7 On the return from the captivity 536
118 1Ch 17:27 On the promise by Nathan to David 1044
119 Neh 13:3 Manual of devotion by Ezra 444
120, 121, 122 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
123 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
124 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
125 Ezr 3:7 On the return from the captivity 536
126 Ezr 1:4 On the decree of Cyrus 536
127, 128 Ezr 3:7 On the return from the captivity 536
129 Ezr 4:24 On the opposition of the Samaritans 535
130 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
131 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
132 1Ch 15:14 On the second removal of the ark 1051
133 1Ch 28:21 Inserted toward the end of David’s life 1015
134 Ezr 3:7 On the return from the captivity 536
135, 136 2Ch 7:10 On the removal of the ark into the temple 1004
137 Dan 7:28 During the Babylonish captivity 539
138 Ezr 6:13 On the rebuilding of the temple 519
139 1Ch 13:4 Prayer of David when made king over all Israel 1048
140 1Sa 22:19 On David’s persecution by Doeg 1060
141 1Sa 27:1 Prayer of David when driven from Judea 1055
142 1Sa 22:1 Prayer of David in the cave of Adullam 1060
143 2Sa 17:29 During the war with Absalom 1053
144 2Sa 17:29 On the victory over Absalom 1053
145 1Ch 28:10 David, when old, reviewing his past life 1015
146, 147, 148, 149, 150 Ezr 6:22 On the dedication of the second temple 515
CONTENT DISCLAIMER:

The Blue Letter Bible ministry and the BLB Institute hold to the historical, conservative Christian faith, which includes a firm belief in the inerrancy of Scripture. Since the text and audio content provided by BLB represent a range of evangelical traditions, all of the ideas and principles conveyed in the resource materials are not necessarily affirmed, in total, by this ministry.

Hoekstra’s Day by Day by Grace (May 24th)

An Action Carried Out Toward Earthen Vessels

For we who live are always delivered to death for Jesus’ sake, that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our mortal flesh.(2 Corinthians 4:11)

The treasure who lives within us (Jesus) is to get glory and honor as we trust Him to live in, and be manifested through, the vessels of our humanity. “But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellence of the power may be of God and not of us (2 Corinthians 4:7). Our previous meditation reminded us that we are to embrace an attitude of “death to self” that facilitates this plan: “Always carrying about in the body the dying of the Lord Jesus, that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our body (2 Corinthians 4:10). In addition, there is an action carried out toward earthen vessels that also advances this great purpose of God. This matter is also about dying in order to live.

This action is taken toward earthen vesselswe who live.” We who have found new life in Christ are the ones who are delivered to death.” Our God places us into (or allows us to be put in) situations that are far more than we can handle. Even the Apostle Paul had to undergo this action taken toward him. “For we do not want you to be ignorant, brethren, of our trouble which came to us in Asia: that we were burdened beyond measure, above strength, so that we despaired even of life. Yes, we had the sentence of death in ourselves” (2 Corinthians 1:8-9). This was not an isolated incident. Paul was frequently in such impossibilities. “From the Jews five times I received forty stripes minus one. Three times I was beaten with rodsonce I was stonedthree times I was shipwrecked; a night and a day I have been in the deep (2 Corinthians 11:24-25).

Since we are earthen vessels, this is the way life unfolds. Clay pots are characteristically inadequate and vulnerable. Consequently, the situations that our all-loving and all-wise Father leads us into are consistently like being delivered to death.” However, this action toward us is “for Jesus’ sake.” In the continual impossibilities confronting us, Jesus has repeated opportunities to manifest Himself. Our heavenly Father places us in circumstances we cannot handle by our own resources. We cry out to the Lord, putting our hope and trust in Him. He faithfully goes to work in us. The result is “that the life of Jesus [is] manifested in our mortal flesh.”

Dear heavenly Father, forgive me for the many times I resist Your delivering me over to death. You know that I prefer it when I can handle the events that come my way. Remind me to view my impossibilities as Jesus’ opportunities to manifest Himself in and through the vessel of my life. This I humbly ask, in Jesus’ name, Amen.