Jesus speaks of His Second Coming and celebrates Passover (The Last Supper) with His disciples.
Jesus pays for our sins on the Cross and rises from the dead.
Jesus gives the Great Commission.
Jesus calls men to train and carry on His work. Jesus uses several parables to describe the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven.
Saul meets Christ on the road to Damascus. Peter learns that Gentiles have also received the Word of God. God sends an angel to break Peter out of jail.
Jesus prepares His disciples for His coming death. Jesus teaches in the temple. When the religious leaders fail in their attempts to trap Him with their questions, they plot to kill Him. Jesus shares a last Passover meal with His apostles.
O: Israel learns about spiritual and physical warfare as they take possession of the Promised Land.
WN: The Psalms offer praise to God. Many begin with Hallelujah (Praise the Lord).
O: God transitions Israel’s leadership from Moses to Joshua.
WN: The Psalms extol the value of God’s Word for every aspect of our lives.
O: Israel discovers the results of obeying or disobeying God’s Law.
WN: This section of Psalms includes prophecies about Jesus including His rejection and glorification.