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Life of Christ: Third Year of Ministry (Bible College Preview)

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THIRD YEAR OF MINISTRY

  1. SOME IMPORTANT EVENTS IN CHRIST’S THIRD YEAR:

We are listing here a few important events in the third year of Christ’s ministry. This period of

time is from the beginning of the third Passover to Palm Sunday. This is a few days less than

one year. Jesus was about thirty-two years of age.

This year is sometimes called, “The Year of Opposition.”

  1. Jesus goes to Phoenicia – Mark 7:24.
  2. He heals the daughter of the Syro-Phoenician woman – Matthew 15:21-28.
  3. Jesus goes from Phoenicia into Decapolis – Mark 7:31.
  4. He heals the deaf and dumb man – Mark 7:32-37.
  5. Jesus feeds more than four thousand with seven loaves and a few fishes – Matthew 15:32-39.
  1. Jesus goes to Bethsaida – Mark 8:22.
  2. Jesus heals a blind man – Mark 8:22-26.
  3. Jesus goes from Bethsaida to Caesarea-Phillipi – Matthew 16:13.
  4. He goes to the Mount of Transfiguration – Luke 9:28.
  5. Jesus is transfigured – Matthew 17:1-13.
  6. The demoniac son is healed – Mark 9:17-27.
  7. He returns to Capernaum
  8. The seventy disciples are instructed and sent out – Luke 10:1-16.
  9. He goes from Capernaum through Samaria to Bethany – Luke 17:11.
  10. The ten lepers are healed near Samaria – Luke 17:12-16.
  11. A woman taken in adultery is brought to Jesus – John 8:3-11.
  12. Jesus attends the Feast of Dedication – John 10:22-39.
  13. Jesus goes to Bethabara – John 10:40-42.
  14. Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead – John 11:1-54.
  15. Jesus visits Zacchaeus, chief of publicans – Luke 19:1-28.
  16. Blind Bartimaeus is healed – Mark 10:46-52.
  17. Jesus arrives at Bethany again six days before Passover – John 12:1, 9-11.
  18. Jesus enters Jerusalem welcomed by the multitude – Matthew 21:1-11.

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