Jesus Travels to Jerusalem, 27AD
Jesus goes to Jerusalem for Passover #1
After spending some time in Capernaum, Jesus goes to Jerusalem for the Passover festival in the spring of 27AD. He performs many miracles and many people believe in him.
John the Baptist Testifies about Jesus #2
Jesus and his disciples move into the Judaean countryside where they baptise in the River Jordan during the summer of 27AD. John is also baptising in the Jordan at Aenon.
Samaritan woman at the well #3
En route to Galilee, Jesus stops at Sychar on the south east slope of Mount Ebal in Samaria. Here he talks with a Samaritan woman at Jacob’s Well – a well dug by the Jewish patriarch Jacob on land he purchased near Shechem and gave to Joseph.
Jesus welcomed at Galilee #4
Jesus is welcomed by people who have seen him earlier that year when they were in Jerusalem for the Passover festival.
Jesus Raises a Widows Son #5
Jesus raises the only son of a widow from Nain from the dead. Her son was probably the widow’s only source of financial support, so his death was a terrible blow. As a result of this miracle, people are filled with awe and praise God.
Jesus calls his first disciples #6
Jesus moves back to the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee – an area where he is now well known. On the lakeside near Bethsaida Jesus calls the fishermen Simon and Andrew and James and John to follow him.
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