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Acts 8:9­25 Peter and John went to Samaria to bestow the Holy Ghost by the laying on of hands. Simon, a new member, asked if he could buy the priesthood and was rebuked by Peter (see BD, "confirmation," 649). Acts 8:26­40 Philip taught and baptized an Ethiopian eunuch (see BD, "Ethiopia" and "eunuch," 667). Acts 9:1­22 Saul, on the road to Damascus, was blinded when Jesus appeared to him. At Damascus Saul was healed, baptized, and began to preach of Christ in the synagogues. Acts 9:23­26; 2 Corinthians 11:32­33; Galatians 1:15­18 Saul went to Arabia, 24 Acts 12:3­23 Peter was imprisoned. He was 36 37 Acts 16:12­15 At Philippi, Lydia and her 48

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74 75 76 2 Peter Peter wrote again to the Church. 2 Peter 1:14 Peter was also probably

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BOOK OF MORMON

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Antonia Fortress 1 Luke 1:5­38 In Jerusalem an angel told 9

Zacharias that his wife, Elisabeth, would have a son named John. In Nazareth an angel told Mary that she would be the mother of the Son of God.

2 Luke 1:39­80 Mary visited the home of

Matthew 2:19­23 Joseph and Mary took Jesus to Nazareth after Herod died.

22 Luke 3:19­20 John the Baptist was

36 Matthew 8:23­27 Jesus calmed the storm

48 John 5:17­47 In the temple Jesus taught

59 Matthew 14:1­12 Herod feared that Jesus

71 Matthew 16:13 Jesus went with His

82 Luke 10:25­37 The parable of the good

94 Luke 14:25­35 Jesus taught the multitude

105 Mark 10:1 Jesus left Jerusalem to preach in

imprisoned by Herod.

23 John 4:1­3 Jesus left the Jerusalem area to

10 Luke 2:41­52 Jesus taught religious

at the Sea of Galilee (see BD, "Galilee, Sea of," 677).

37 Matthew 8:28­34 Jesus commanded a legion

about His relationship with the Father.

49 Matthew 9:35­38 Jesus returned to Galilee,

BOOK OF MORMON

117 Helaman 14­15 In America Samuel the

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was the beheaded John the Baptist returned from the dead.

60 John 6:1­15 Shortly before Passover, Jesus

disciples to Caesarea Philippi.

72 Matthew 16:13­20 Peter testified that Jesus

Samaritan.

83 Luke 10:38­42 Jesus rested at the home

about discipleship.

95 Luke 14:28­33 Parables of the tower and

Perea (see Bible Map 11).

106 Mark 10:2­31 Jesus discussed divorce with

John 11:7 Jesus returned to the Jerusalem area for the final time. John 11:1­53 Jesus raised Lazarus from

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teachers in the temple at Jerusalem.

11 Luke 3:1­18 John the Baptist preached in

return to Galilee.

24 John 4:4­42 In Samaria Jesus taught a

where he preached and healed.

50 Matthew 12:1­21 Pharisees accused Jesus'

is the Christ.

73 Matthew 16:21­28 Jesus taught His

of Martha and Mary and taught them.

84 Luke 11:1­13 Jesus taught His disciples

of the rash king.

96 Luke 15:1­16:31 Jesus taught and

of devils to depart; they entered into swine.

38 Matthew 9:1­8 Jesus healed a man who

fed 5,000 with five loaves and two fishes.

61 John 6:16­21; Matthew 14:22­33 Jesus

Zacharias and Elisabeth. John the Baptist was born and named (see Bible Dictionary [BD], "John the Baptist," 714­15).

3 Matthew 1:18­25 Mary returned to

Judea and baptized in the Jordan River (see Bible Map 11 [1999 ed.]).

12 Matthew 3:13 Jesus journeyed to Bethabara. 13 Matthew 3:13­17 Jesus was baptized by John

Samaritan woman at Jacob's well.

25 John 4:46­54 In Galilee Jesus healed the

was paralyzed.

39 Matthew 9:10­17 Jesus preached of new

disciples of breaking the Sabbath; Jesus healed a man with a withered hand.

51 Matthew 12:22­23 Jesus healed a man

son of a nobleman.

26 Luke 4:16­30 Jesus was rejected at Nazareth

walked on the water; Peter followed, then wavered.

62 John 6:22­66 Jesus declared that He is the

disciples about His death, His Second Coming, and discipleship.

74 Matthew 17:1 Jesus took Peter, James, and

about prayer (see BD, "prayer," 752­53).

85 Luke 11:5­8 The parable of the friend at

condemned the Pharisees for hypocrisy.

97 Luke 15:1­17:10 Parables of the lost sheep,

the Pharisees. He blessed the little children, answered the question of a rich young ruler, and taught His disciples.

107 Matthew 20:1­16 The parable of the

Lamanite prophesied of the signs of Jesus' birth and death.

118 Helaman 16:13­14 Great signs and

Matthew 21:18­22 On His way back to Jerusalem, Jesus cursed the barren fig tree (see BD, "fig tree," 674). Matthew 21:23­46 Chief priests challenged Jesus' authority. He rebuked them. Matthew 21:28­22:14 Parables of the two sons, the wicked husbandmen, and the marriage of the king's son. Matthew 22:15­46 Enemies tried to trap

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Matthew 25 Parables of the ten virgins, the talents, and the sheep and the goats (see BD, "weights and measures," 788­89). Matthew 26:1­2 Jesus told His disciples

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Mark 14:27­31 Jesus' disciples pledged

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John 18:10­11 Peter tried to stop the

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Temple Garden of Gethsemane

2 53 Luke 23:8­12 Herod ques60 61 62 Mark 15:33 Darkness covered the land for 70 71 72 73 John 20:2­10 Peter and John ran to the

their loyalty to Him.

John 14 Jesus testified of His divinity and

arrest of Jesus.

Luke 22:49­51 Jesus healed the ear of the

tioned and mocked Jesus (see BD, "Herod," 700­1).

54 Luke 23:11 Jesus was sent

three hours.

John 19:29 Jesus was offered vinegar

tomb and found it empty.

John 20:11­17 Jesus appeared to Mary 3

the dead (see Bible Dictionary [BD], "Lazarus," 723).

3 4 5 John 11:54 Jesus went to the city of

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He would be crucified in two days.

Matthew 26:3­5 Chief priests again 33 34

taught of the Comforters (see BD, "Comforter," 648; "Holy Ghost," 704).

Luke 22:39 Jesus and the disciples left for

high priest's servant.

Mark 14:46, 48­52 Jesus was arrested; the

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to drink (see BD, "hyssop," 706).

Mark 15:37­38 Jesus spoke His last words

Magdalene at the tomb.

Luke 24:34 Jesus appeared to Peter. Matthew 28:9­10; Luke 24:10­11 Jesus appeared to other women. They testified to the disciples of His Resurrection. Luke 24:13­35 Jesus appeared to two 4

back to Pilate.

55 Luke 23:13­25 Pilate

wonders appeared, thus beginning the fulfillment of prophecies.

119 3 Nephi 1:15­26 With the sign of Jesus'

disciples fled.

John 18:13 Jesus was first taken to the

Ephraim.

John 12:1­8 In Bethany, Mary anointed Jesus' feet (see BD, "spikenard," 776). John 12:9­11 Chief priests conspired 15

conspired to kill Jesus.

Matthew 26:6­13 Jesus visited the house

the Mount of Olives.

John 15­16 Jesus taught His disciples of

midnight.

86 Luke 11:14­12:12 Jesus again rebuked

wine and old bottles.

40 Matthew 9:18­26 A woman was healed

possessed with a devil.

52 Matthew 12:24­45 Jesus taught the

Nazareth. Joseph, Mary's espoused husband, learned that she was expecting a child. An angel told Joseph to marry her and name her son Jesus (see BD, "Joseph," 717).

4 Luke 2:1­20; Matthew 2:2 Jesus was born

(see BD, "dove, sign of," 658).

14 Matthew 4:1­11 Jesus went into the

(see BD, "Messiah," 731).

27 Mark 1:21­28 At Capernaum Jesus healed

Bread of Life. Many disciples rejected Him.

63 Mark 7:1­23 When His disciples ate with

John up into a high mountain (see BD, "Hermon," 700).

75 Matthew 17:2­13 Jesus was transfigured.

wilderness to be with God. He fasted for forty days and was tempted by Satan.

15 John 1:35­51 Some of John the Baptist's

a man with an unclean spirit.

28 Matthew 4:18­22 Jesus called Peter,

when she touched Jesus' clothing; He also raised Jairus's daughter.

41 Matthew 9:27­31 Jesus healed two blind

Pharisees about Satan, blasphemy against the Holy Ghost, and seeking signs (see BD, "blasphemy," 625­26).

53 Matthew 13:1­53 Jesus used parables to

the Pharisees for seeking a sign and for hypocrisy.

87 Luke 12:13­21 The parable of the rich fool. 88 Luke 12:22­13:9 Jesus taught His disciples

the lost coin, and the prodigal son. Parables of the unjust steward, the rich man and Lazarus, and the unprofitable servant.

98 Luke 17:11­19 Jesus healed ten lepers;

laborers in the vineyard (see BD, "vine," 787).

108 John 10:22 Jesus returned to Jerusalem for

palace of Annas (see BD, "Annas," 609).

John 18:24 Jesus was sent to Caiaphas

birth (no darkness for one night), many repented and believed in Him.

120 3 Nephi 3­4 Nephite armies defeated the

the Feast of the Dedication.

109 John 10:23­39 Jesus taught in the temple,

in Bethlehem, a new star appeared, and angels announced His birth to shepherds, who went to worship Him.

5 Luke 2:21 Eight days after His birth, Jesus

Andrew, James, and John to follow Him.

29 Mark 1:40­45 Jesus healed a leper. 30 Matthew 10:1­4 Jesus called and ordained

men (see BD, "blindness," 626).

42 Matthew 9:32­34 Jesus healed a dumb

unwashed hands, Jesus taught the Pharisees about true cleanliness (see BD, "clean and unclean," 646­47).

64 Mark 7:24 Jesus went north to Tyre and

Peter, James, and John received priesthood keys (see BD, "Transfiguration, Mount of," 786).

76 Matthew 17:14, 22 Jesus and His disciples

only one returned to give thanks.

99 Luke 17:20­18:14 Jesus taught the

Gadianton robbers.

121 3 Nephi 6 Nephites prospered, then 6

to kill Jesus and Lazarus (see BD, "Sanhedrin," 769).

Joseph Smith Translation, Matthew 21:1­6 As instructed, two disciples brought 16

"I and my Father are one."

110 John 10:40­42 Jesus departed for Perea. 111 Mark 10:32­52 Jesus taught His disciples

Jesus in His words. He answered their questions about Roman taxes, marriage and the Resurrection, and the great commandment (see BD, "Caesar," 628; "Herodians," 701­2; "Sadducees," 767).

Mark 12:41­44 At the temple treasury

of Simon the leper. A woman anointed Jesus in preparation for His death (see BD, "Simon," 775).

24 Luke 22:3­6 Judas Iscariot arranged to

the true vine, love, opposition, and His imminent death (see BD, "grace," 697).

35 John 17 Jesus offered the Intercessory

(see BD, "Caiaphas," 628).

John 18:14­23 Caiaphas questioned Jesus;

offered to release Jesus, but the people said, "Crucify him." Pilate released Barabbas (see BD, "Barabbas," 619).

56 John 19:1­16 Jesus was Herod's Palace

and died. There was an earthquake, and the veil of the temple was torn in half.

63 64 65 John 19:31­37 A soldier pierced Jesus'

side with a spear.

John 19:38­42 Before sundown Jesus'

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disciples on the road to Emmaus.

Luke 24:36­48; John 20:19­25 At

body was laid in a tomb.

Matthew 27:62­66 Chief priests and

disciples began to follow Jesus.

16 John 2:1 Jesus returned to Galilee. 17 John 2:1­11 Jesus changed water to wine

teach about the kingdom of heaven.

54 Matthew 13:3­23; Mark 4:21­22 Parables

man possessed with a devil.

43 Matthew 11:7­19 Jesus testified of the

Sidon (see Bible Map 11).

65 Mark 7:24­30 Jesus healed a Canaanite

returned to Galilee.

77 Matthew 17:14­21 Jesus healed a

about seeking the kingdom of God first and about His Second Coming.

89 Luke 12:35­48; 13:6­9 Parables of the

Pharisees about His Second Coming.

100 Luke 18:1­14 Parables of the unjust judge

became prideful and killed the prophets.

122 3 Nephi 7:15­26 Nephi preached and

betray Jesus to the chief priests (see BD, "Judas," 719).

25 Luke 22:7­13 The disciples prepared an upper room for the Passover meal (see BD, "feasts," 672­74). Luke 22:14­38 After sundown Jesus had 36 37

Prayer, praying to the Father for His Apostles and all who believe in Him through them.

John 18:1 Jesus and His disciples arrived

an officer struck Jesus in the face.

Matthew 26:59­68 Members of the ruling

a colt to Jesus.

7 Joseph Smith Translation, Matthew 21:7­11 Jesus made His triumphal entry

of the sower and of the candle.

55 Matthew 13:24­30, 36­43; Mark 4:26­29

His Twelve Apostles (see BD, "Apostle," 612).

31 Matthew 10:5­42 Jesus taught His Twelve

was circumcised at Bethlehem and given His name.

6 Luke 2:22­38 Joseph and Mary presented

at a wedding in Cana (see BD, "miracles," 732­33).

18 John 2:13 Jesus went to Jerusalem for the

greatness of John the Baptist.

44 Luke 7:36­50 A woman washed Jesus' feet

Apostles about their duties.

32 Matthew 5­7 Jesus taught the Sermon on

Jesus in the temple. Simeon and Anna testified that Jesus is the Christ.

7 Matthew 2:1­12 Wise men from the East

Passover.

19 John 2:13­17 Jesus drove the money

with her tears at the home of Simon the Pharisee (see BD, "anoint," 609).

45 Luke 7:41­42 The parable of the two

Parables of the wheat and tares and of the seed growing secretly.

56 Matthew 13:31­35 Parables of the mustard

woman's daughter (see BD, "Gentile," 679­80).

66 Mark 7:31 Jesus returned to Galilee. 67 Mark 7:32­37 Jesus healed a deaf man

"lunatick" boy.

78 Matthew 17:22­18:35 Jesus taught His

watchful servants and of the barren fig tree.

90 Luke 13:10­17 Jesus healed a woman on

and of the Pharisee and the publican (see BD, "publicans," 755).

101 John 7:2­13 Jesus arrived in Jerusalem for

and healed a blind man named Bartimaeus.

112 Luke 19:1­10 Zacchaeus the publican

many repented.

123 3 Nephi 8:3 The righteous Nephites began

Jesus noticed a widow donating a mite (see BD, "money," 733­34).

17 Matthew 23:1­36 Jesus warned the

at the Garden of Gethsemane.

Mark 14:32­42; Luke 22:40­46 Jesus took 46 47 48

council questioned, mocked, spat upon, and beat Jesus.

Luke 22:56­62 Three times Peter denied

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House of 43 Caiaphas Upper 26 Room

hosted Jesus in his home.

113 Luke 19:11­27 The parable of the pounds

the Mount (see BD, "Beatitudes," 620).

33 Matthew 8:5­13 At Capernaum Jesus

changers from the temple courtyard.

20 John 3:1­21 Jesus taught a Pharisee named

debtors (see BD, "parables," 740­41).

46 John 5:1 Jesus went to Jerusalem for the

seed and of the leaven (see BD, "leaven," 723).

57 Matthew 13:44­52 Parables of the hidden

who had a speech impediment.

68 Mark 8:1­9 Jesus fed 4,000 people. 69 Mark 8:10­21 At Magdala Jesus taught about

disciples about His death, tribute money, and the principles of humility, service, and forgiveness.

79 Matthew 18:23­35 The parable of the

the Sabbath.

91 Luke 13:22­35 Jesus taught about the

the Feast of Tabernacles (see BD, "feasts," 672­74).

102 John 7:14­8:59 Jesus taught in the temple.

to look with great earnestness for the sign of Jesus' death.

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into Jerusalem on a colt. Multitudes received Him as a king (see BD, "hosanna," 704­5).

Luke 19:41­44 Jesus wept over Jerusalem

multitude about hypocrisy (see BD, "scribe," 770).

18 19 Matthew 23:37­39 Jesus again lamented

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His Last Supper with His Twelve Apostles.

John 13:18­30 Jesus announced that one

(see BD, "pound," 752).

114 John 11:7 Jesus returned to the Jerusalem

"strait gate" and about who may enter His kingdom. He lamented over Jerusalem.

92 Luke 14:1­6 Jesus healed a man with

(see BD, "Jerusalem," 712).

John 12:20­50 At the temple Jesus taught some Greek Jews about His Father.

over Jerusalem.

Matthew 24­25; Joseph Smith--Matthew 1

of His disciples would betray Him. Judas left the room.

28 29 30 Mark 14:22­25 Jesus instituted the

A woman taken in adultery was brought to Him. He testified that He is the Messiah.

103 John 9:1­41 Jesus healed a man who was

area for the final time.

115 John 11:1­46 Jesus raised Lazarus from the

worshiped Jesus and brought Him precious gifts (see BD, "magi," 727­28).

8 Matthew 2:13­18 Joseph and Mary were told

healed a centurion's servant.

34 Luke 7:11­17 At Nain Jesus raised a

unmerciful servant.

80 Luke 9:51­56 Jesus traveled through

Nicodemus about being born again.

21 John 3:22­36 Jesus preached and baptized

second Passover (see BD, "feasts," 672­74).

47 John 5:2­16 Jesus healed a man on the

widow's son from the dead.

35 Matthew 8:14­17 At Capernaum Jesus

treasure, the pearl of great price, the gospel net, and the householder.

58 Matthew 13:54­58 The people of Nazareth

dropsy on the Sabbath day.

93 Luke 14:7­24 Parables of the wedding feast

seeking for signs; He warned His disciples about the "leaven" of the Pharisees.

70 Mark 8:22­26 At Bethsaida Jesus healed a

Samaria, Judea, and Perea on His way to Jerusalem (see Bible Map 11).

81 Luke 10:1­24 Jesus appointed the Seventy

blind since birth and testified that He is the Light of the World.

104 John 10:1­21 Jesus taught that He is the

dead.

116 John 11:54 Jesus went to the city of

10 Matthew 21:12­16 Jesus cast money

changers out of the temple a second time.

11 Matthew 21:17 Jesus returned to Bethany.

by an angel to take Jesus to Egypt to escape Herod's order to kill the young children.

in Judea. John bore testimony of Jesus.

healed Peter's mother-in-law and others.

Sabbath by the pool of Bethesda (see BD, "Sabbath," 764­65).

rejected Jesus a second time.

and the great supper (see BD, "marriage," 728­29).

Ephraim.

At the Mount of Olives Jesus taught His disciples about the destruction of Jerusalem and the signs of His Second Coming (see BD, "Christ," 633; "coming of Jesus Christ," 648).

sacrament.

John 13:2­17 Jesus washed the feet of the

Peter, James, and John into the garden; Jesus prayed; an angel comforted Him; Jesus found the three asleep; He prayed a second time; Jesus bled from every pore; the three still continued to sleep; He prayed a third time; Jesus woke His disciples (see BD, "Abba," 600; "Atonement," 617; "Gethsemane," 680).

38 Luke 22:47­48; John 18:2­9 Judas Iscariot

knowing Jesus (see BD, "Peter," 749).

Luke 22:66­67 At sunrise Jesus was

questioned by the whole ruling council.

Matthew 27:1; Luke 22:67­71 Jesus

whipped, had a crown of thorns placed on His head, was clothed in a purple robe, and was beaten by Roman soldiers. Pilate sought again to release Jesus, but the people wanted Him crucified.

57 Mark 15:20­22 Jesus was

Pharisees sealed the tomb and assigned guards to watch it.

66 D&C 138:11­24 While His body lay in the

Jerusalem Jesus appeared to a group of disciples; Thomas was not with them.

76 77 John 20:26­29 Eight days later Jesus

BOOK OF MORMON 80 3 Nephi 8:2­3 The righteous people in

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appeared to Thomas and the other Apostles.

John 21:1­23 At the Sea of Galilee Jesus appeared to seven of His disciples. He said to Peter, "Feed my sheep." Matthew 28:16­20 In Galilee Jesus

America began to look with earnestness for the sign of Christ's death.

81 3 Nephi 8:5­19 Great storms and

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tomb, Jesus visited the righteous in the spirit world (see BD, "paradise," 742).

67 Joseph Smith Translation, Matthew 28:2­4 At Jesus' Resurrection, the earth

earthquakes caused destruction throughout America.

82 3 Nephi 8:20­10:9 Darkness covered the

shook and angels unsealed His tomb.

68 Matthew 27:52­53 Righteous Saints in

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appeared to eleven disciples.

Luke 24:49­53; Acts 1:1­11 Forty days

declared that He was the Son of God. He was condemned to death (see BD, "blasphemy," 625­26).

49 Matthew 27:3­10 Judas hanged himself 51 John 18:29­38 Pilate questioned Jesus and 58

led to Golgotha (see BD, "Calvary," 629; "Golgotha," 682).

Mark 15:23­28; John 19:23­24 Jesus was

the spirit world were resurrected (see BD, "resurrection," 761).

69 Joseph Smith Translation, Matthew 28:1­8; Joseph Smith Translation, Mark 16:1­8 Some women, including Mary

land for three days. Jesus spoke from heaven to the more righteous people in America.

83 84 3 Nephi 11:1­26:15 Jesus visited and

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Apostles.

John 13:31­35 Jesus taught His disciples

betrayed Jesus with a kiss. Jesus' accusers fell to the ground.

(see BD, "Aceldama," 602; "Potter's Field," 752).

50 John 18:28 Jesus was led to the Roman 52

found no fault in Him (see BD, "Pilate," 751; "Pontius," 752).

Luke 23:6­7 Pilate sent Jesus to King 59

nailed to the cross. Soldiers cast lots for His clothes (see BD, "crucifixion," 651).

Mark 15:29­32 Jesus was mocked as He

after His Resurrection, Jesus ascended into heaven from the Mount of Olives. Two angels promised that Jesus would return in like manner (see BD, "Ascension," 614).

taught the people in America.

3 Nephi 16:1­3 Jesus visited other lost

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sheep of the house of Israel.

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blind man.

Good Shepherd.

and sent them out to preach. They returned and reported.

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and commanded them to love one another as He had loved them.

hall of judgment.

Herod Antipas.

hung on the cross.

Magdalene, found the tomb open, saw the angels, and ran to tell the disciples (see BD, "Mary Magdalene," 729).

promised His disciples that He would return in great glory (see Bible Dictionary [BD], "Ascension," 614; "coming of Jesus Christ," 648). Acts 1:12­26 The Lord chose Matthias to replace Judas Iscariot as an Apostle (see BD, "Matthias," 729). Acts 2:1­47 The Holy Spirit was poured out on the day of Pentecost. Peter testified of Christ and many believed and were baptized (see BD, "feasts," 673). Acts 3:1­26 Peter healed a lame man at the temple and testified of the latter-day Restoration (see BD, "beautiful gate," 620). Acts 4:1­31 Peter and John were imprisoned overnight and forbidden to teach of Christ. They continued to testify boldly. Acts 4:32­37 Church members were "of one heart and of one soul" and "had all things common" (v. 32). Acts 5:1­11 Ananias and Sapphira lied to the Lord and died. Acts 5:17­42 Peter and John were imprisoned by the Sanhedrin and set free by an angel. In spite of warnings, they continued to teach of Christ (see BD, "Gamaliel," 677; "Sanhedrin," 769). Acts 6:1­7 Seven faithful disciples were called and set apart to assist the Apostles. Acts 6:8­7:60 Stephen, one of the seven, bore testimony of Christ to the Sanhedrin. He was stoned to death (see BD, "Stephen," 777). Acts 7:57­8:3 A young rabbi named Saul participated in the stoning of Stephen. Saul actively persecuted the Church (see BD, "Paul," 742­43). Acts 8:4­13 Philip, another of the seven, baptized in Samaria (see BD, "Philip," 750; "Samaritans," 768).

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freed by an angel of the Lord. The angel smote Herod, and Herod died. Acts 12:25 Barnabas, Mark, and Saul returned to Antioch (see BD, "Mark," 728). Acts 13:1­12 Saul, with Barnabas and Mark, went to Cyprus to preach the gospel. Saul, now also called Paul, began his first missionary journey. Acts 13:13­14:6 Paul visited Perga, Antioch in Pisidia, and Iconium, where he had great success in baptizing Gentiles (see BD, "Gentile," 679­80). Acts 14:6­19 In Lystra, Paul healed a crippled man. The citizens believed that Paul and Barnabas were gods. Paul was later stoned and left for dead. Acts 14:20­15:3 After much success in Derbe, Paul returned to Antioch, stopping at some cities to strengthen the members. Acts 15:4­29; Galatians 2:1­3 Peter presided at a council of Church leaders in Jerusalem, where it was decided what Gentiles must do to be good members. Paul, Barnabas, and Titus attended (see BD, "Titus," 785­86). Acts 15:30­35 Judas and Silas, accompanied by Paul and Barnabas, returned to Antioch. The decision of the Jerusalem conference was received with great joy (see BD, "Silas," 774). Acts 15:36­40 With Silas as his companion, Paul began his second missionary journey. Acts 16:1­3 At Lystra, Timothy joined the Church and became a missionary companion to Paul and Silas (see BD, "Timothy," 785). Acts 16:8­11 Paul journeyed to Troas, where he had a vision directing him and his companions to go to Macedonia. Acts 16:10­11 Luke joined Paul and his companions (see BD, "Luke," 726).

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household were converted to the Lord. Acts 16:16­40 At Philippi, Paul and Silas were beaten and imprisoned. After an earthquake shook the prison, the jailer and his family were baptized. Paul and Silas were released from prison. James As a Church leader in Jerusalem, James wrote "to the twelve tribes which are scattered abroad" (1:1). This may have been the first general epistle (see BD, James, Epistle of," 709­10). Acts 17:1 Paul and his companions traveled through Amphipolis, Apollonia, and Thessalonica. Acts 17:2­9 At Thessalonica, Jason, a kinsman of Paul, and others believed in Christ. A mob arrested Jason. Paul and his companions escaped (see BD, "Jason," 710). Acts 17:15­34 Paul left Timothy and Silas in Berea and traveled to Athens. Paul taught some Greek philosophers at Mars' hill (see BD, "Epicureans," 666; "Stoics," 777). Acts 18:1­3, 5, 11 Paul was reunited with Silas and Timothy in Corinth. Paul taught and labored there for one and a half years. Acts 18:2­18 In Corinth, Aquila and his wife, Priscilla; Justus; and Crispus, a ruler of the synagogue; believed in Christ. Paul was arrested and taken before the Roman governor. 1 Thessalonians; 2 Thessalonians From Corinth, Paul wrote two letters to the Saints in Thessalonica (see BD, "Epistles to the Thessalonians," 743). Acts 18:18­21 Paul journeyed to Ephesus and preached in the synagogue. Acts 18:21­22 Paul went to Jerusalem, saluting the Church there, and returned to Antioch. Acts 18:24­28 Apollos, an Egyptian Jew, went to Ephesus and was taught by Aquila and Priscilla (see BD, "Apollos," 611).

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Acts 18:23; 19:1 Paul visited and strengthened the Church in Galatia and Phrygia. He remained in Ephesus for about three years. Acts 19:1­7 Paul gave the gift of the Holy Ghost to disciples baptized by Apollos. Acts 19:11­20 Paul performed many miracles in Ephesus, and the Church grew there. 1 Corinthians While in Ephesus, Paul wrote to the Saints in Corinth (see BD, "Epistles to the Corinthians," 743­44). Acts 19:23­41 In Ephesus worshipers of the Greek goddess Diana caused the people to riot against Paul and the Christians. Gaius and Aristarchus were taken by a mob but later released unharmed. 2 Corinthians While in Macedonia, Paul wrote again to the Saints in Corinth. Acts 20:1­2 Paul journeyed to Greece, where he remained for three months. Galatians Paul wrote to the Saints in Galatia (see BD, "Epistle to the Galatians," 744­45). Acts 20:2­6 Paul and seven companions visited and preached in the cities of Greece. Romans Paul wrote to the Saints in Rome (see BD, "Epistle to the Romans," 745). Acts 20:6­12 At Troas, Paul restored the life of a young man named Eutychus. Acts 20:13­38 On his way to Ephesus, Paul stopped in Miletus and warned the Saints of apostasy. He told them that he must go to Jerusalem for Pentecost. Acts 21:1­15 On his way to Jerusalem, Paul visited the Saints in Tyre and Caesarea. Acts 21:16­23:10 Paul met with Church leaders in Jerusalem. He went to the temple, causing a riot. He told the Sadducees and Pharisees of his conversion to Christ. He was arrested by Roman soldiers and taken to Caesarea for his own safety.

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Roman rulers, Festus and Herod Agrippa II. Paul told them of his conversion and bore testimony of Christ. They decided to send him to Rome for trial (see BD, "Agrippa," 605; "Festus," 674). Acts 27:1­28:16 Under Roman guard, Paul sailed to Rome. Shipwrecked at sea, he swam to Melita (Malta). Paul was unharmed by a snakebite and healed many. Acts 28:16­31 Paul was under house arrest for two years in Rome.

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the cities of Colosse, Philippi, and Ephesus, and to a disciple named Philemon. He also explained to Jewish members of the Church that the law of Moses was fulfilled by the law of Christ (see BD, "Pauline Epistles," 745­47).

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Greece and probably revisited the Saints in many cities. He may have even preached in Spain. 1 Timothy; Titus From Greece, Paul wrote his first letter to Timothy. He also wrote a letter to Titus, who was in Crete. 1 Peter Peter wrote to the Church, probably from Rome (see BD, "Peter, Epistles of," 749­50). Mark 1:1; Luke 1:1­4; Acts 1:1 Mark and Luke wrote their Gospels, and Luke wrote the Acts of the Apostles. Matthew 1:1 Matthew wrote his Gospel. 2 Timothy 4:6 Paul was arrested and sent to Rome for another trial. 2 Timothy Paul wrote again to Timothy. This was Paul's last New Testament letter. Paul was most likely executed in Rome at the time Nero was emperor of Rome.

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executed during the reign of Nero. The city of Jerusalem, including the temple, was destroyed by the Romans. Many Jews were killed or scattered. Jude Jude, the brother of James, wrote to the Church, warning of apostasy (see BD, "Jude, Epistle of," 719). Revelation 1:9 While living in Ephesus, John was banished to the Isle of Patmos. Revelation 1­22 John had a vision of the Lord and received messages for seven branches of the Church. He wrote the vision and sent it to the Church. He also saw events of the latter days and the ultimate triumph of God and His kingdom through the Savior Jesus Christ (see BD, "Revelation of John," 762­63). John 21:25 John wrote his Gospel. 1 John; 2 John; 3 John John wrote three letters. He taught of Christ and love. He urged members to be faithful to the truth (see BD, "John, Epistles of," 715). John 21:20­24 John was translated so he could continue his mission on earth until the Second Coming of Christ. 2 Thessalonians 2:3 The Great Apostasy.

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ministered to the people in America. 4 Nephi 1:1­3 All the people were converted to the Lord and had "all things common among them" (v. 3). 4 Nephi 1:7­18 The people rebuilt their cities. There was no contention in the land, and "there could not be a happier people" (v. 16). 4 Nephi 1:19 There was continuous peace in the land. Nephi passed the records on to his son Amos.

FROM LEFT: A LIGHT TO THE GENTILES, © GREG OLSEN, FROM THE VISIONS OF FAITH COLLECTION BY MILL POND PRESS, INC., VENICE, FLORIDA; DETAIL FROM CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE, BY HEINRICH HOFMANN; CHRIST CALLING PETER AND ANDREW, BY JAMES TAYLOR HARWOOD; DETAIL FROM CHRIST HEALING THE MAN WITH THE WITHERED HAND, BY ROBERT T. BARRETT; WHOM HE FORGAVE MOST, BY ROGER LOVELESS

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: THE LORD ACCUSED BEFORE CAIAPHAS, BY FRANK ADAMS; THE CRUCIFIXION, BY CARL HEINRICH BLOCH, COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL HISTORIC MUSEUM AT FREDERIKSBORG IN HILLERØD, DENMARK; WHY WEEPEST THOU? BY LIZ LEMON SWINDLE; DETAIL FROM THE DOUBTFUL THOMAS, BY CARL HEINRICH BLOCH/SUPERSTOCK; AND HE HEALED THEM ALL EVERY ONE, BY GARY L. KAPP; MAP BY THOMAS S. CHILD; SUFFER YE THUS FAR, BY WALTER RANE

FROM LEFT: PETER AND JOHN HEALING THE LAME MAN AT THE TEMPLE, BY WALTER RANE; PETER DELIVERED FROM PRISON, BY A. L. NOAKES; PAUL ON THE ROAD TO DAMASCUS, BY EDWARD VEBELL; PETER, BY MARILEE B. CAMPBELL; PAUL BESTOWS THE HOLY GHOST AFTER BAPTIZING MEN IN EPHESUS, BY EDWARD VEBELL; PAUL IN PRISON WRITING TO TIMOTHY, BY PAUL MANN; ST. PAUL PREACHING AT ATHENS, BY RAPHAEL

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