Jacob sees the ladder to Heaven. Joseph pictures Christ’s suffering, rejection, and elevation to the throne.
Jesus fulfills prophecies about suffering, dies, is buried, rises from the grave, and appears to many to to prove His resurrection.
Jesus establishes communion, undergoes three trials, carries the cross, and is crucified.
Jesus enters Jerusalem; contrasts religion with justice, mercy, and faith; and celebrates Passover.
Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead and teaches on stewardship and forgiveness.
Jesus describes Himself as the Good Shepherd, gives a lesson on prayer, puts money in perspective, and illustrates the importance of seeking the lost.
Jesus is transfigured, answers the disciples’ questions, sends out more disciples, and ministers in Jerusalem.
Jesus teaches in parables, performs more miracles, confronts the Pharisees, and shows compassion on the multitude.?
Jesus calls His disciples. The Pharisees become upset with Jesus. Jesus give us the Beatitudes and instructions on prayer.