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Annotated Outline Of The Final Events

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Running Head: Annotated Outline of the Final Events

Sherry Lossing

New Testament BIB123

Grand Canyon University

February 1, 2009

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Annotated Outline of the Final Events

The final events of Jesus life are as follows; trials, death, resurrection, appearances, and ascension. The Jewish high priest had their opportunity to arrest Jesus at the Garden of Gethsemane thanks to Judas betrayal. Peter attempts to defend Jesus, even cutting off a soldier’s ear, which Jesus healed and told Peter, “Put your sword back in its place, for all who draw the sword will die by the sword.” (Matthew 26:52)

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Therefore the one handed me over to you is guilty of a greater sin.” (John 49:8-11). To avoid offending the priest he sent Jesus to Herod. Herod insults Jesus, and so Jesus went back to Peter. Pilate still seeing that Jesus has done no wrong offers to parlor Jesus. The priest would have none of it. Pilate offered to release Jesus, but instead they wanted Barabbas a murderer and chief released immediately. Pilate washed his hands and told the crowd, “I am innocent of this man’s blood it is your responsibility.” (Matthew 27:24).

Before being crucified, Jesus was tortured and humiliated by the guards. They put a purple robe on him then hoisted a crown of thorns and set it on him and they began to call but to him. “Hail, King of the Jews!! Again and again they struck him on the head with a staff and spit on him. (Mark 15:17-19). He was beaten so bad, they pulled Simon from the crowd to help Jesus carry his cross. Jesus was crucified between two thieves. One mocked him but the other recognized him as our savior and asked for forgiveness. Jesus told him that this day you will be with me in Paradise. Jesus prayed to God, and when he dies, the sky turned dark, the curtain was ripped out of the Holy of Holy in the tabernacle and even the guards realized that Jesus was the Lord.

A tomb had been donated by Joseph of Armada and after Jesus said he would rise in three days, so a stone was rolled over who care and it was sealed and guards...

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