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The Last Week of the Lord
The New Testament evangelists offer more detail on the closing days of Jesus than anything else. Although biblical narrators do not always need to place things into chronological order, there are enough details to outline most of the last week of the Messiah.[1] Read the following and takes notes on the last week of the Messiah.[2]

The Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem (Mt 21:1-11; Mk11:1-10; Lk19:29-44; Jn 12:12-19)

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

Jesus curses the fig tree (Mt 21:18-19; Mk 11:12-14), Jesus cleanses the temple (Mt 21:12-13; Mk 11:15-18), The authority of Jesus questioned (Mt 21:23-27; Mk 11:27-33; Lk 20:1-8), Jesus teaches in the temple (Mt 21:28-23:29; Mk 12:1-44; Lk 20:9-21:4), Jesus anointed in Bethany (Mt 26:6-13; Mk 14:3-9; Jn 12:2-11), The plot against Jesus (Mt 26:14-16; Mk 14:10-11; Lk 23:3-61)
The Last Supper (Mt 26:17-29; Mk 14:12-25; Lk 22:7-20; Jn 13:1-38), Jesus comforts the disciples (Jn 14:1-16:33), Gethsemane (Mt 26:36-46; Mk 14:32-42; Lk 22:40-46); Jesus' arrest and trial (Mt 26:47-27:26; Mk 14:43-15:15; Lk 22:47-23:25; Jn 18:2-19:16)
Jesus' crucifixion and death (Mt 27:27-56; Mk 15:16-41; Lk 23:26-49; Jn 19:17-30), The burial of Jesus (Mt 27:57-66; Mk 15:42-47; Lk 23:50-56; Jn 19:31-42)

[1] Regarding the difficulty over the Passover in the synoptics versus John, see France, Matthew, NICNT, 981-85.
[2] Adapted from

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