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Time Line of Jesus Life

Event

Time

Mo

Day

Era

Yr

Reference

Augustus orders a census of the Roman Empire .

Mar

B.C.

8

p1350:3 122:7.1

Joseph and Mary wed.

Apr

B.C.

8

p1345:4 122:2.2

Gabriel appears to Elizabeth .

noon

late

Jun

B.C.

8

p1345:4 122:2.2

Gabriel appears to Mary one day after the conception of Jesus.

near sundown

mid

Nov

B.C.

8

p1346:1 122:2.6

Mary visits Elizabeth .

early

Feb

B.C.

7

p1345:4 122:2.4

Six weeks prior to John's birth, his father, Zacharias, has an impressive dream and becomes convinced that John will be a son of destiny.

mid

Feb

B.C.

7

p1346:1 122:2.6

John the Baptist is born in the City of Judah.

Mar

25

B.C.

7

p1346:2 122:2.7 p1496:1 135:0.1

John is "circumcised according to the Jewish custom."

Apr

1

B.C.

7

p1496:2 135:0.2

Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in Pisces.

May

29

B.C.

7

p1352:3 122:8.7

Joseph and Mary leave Nazareth for Bethlehem .

early mrng

Aug

18

B.C.

7

p1351:2 122:7.

Joseph and Mary reach Jerusalem and visit the temple.

mrng

Aug

20

B.C.

7

p1351:2 122:7.6

Joseph and Mary arrive at Bethlehem .

mid aftn

Aug

20

B.C.

7

p1351:2 122:7.6

Jesus is born.

noon

Aug

21

B.C.

7

p1351:5 122:8.1

Jesus is "circumcised and formally named Joshua (Jesus)."

Aug

29

B.C.

7

p1351:6 122:8.2

Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in Pisces.

Sep

29

B.C.

7

p1352:3 122:8.7

Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in Pisces.

Dec

5

B.C.

7

p1352:3 122:8.7

Joseph, Mary, and Jesus depart for Alexandria one day before sixteen boy babies of Bethlehem are massacred by order of Herod the Idumean.

mid

Oct

B.C.

6

p1354:3 122:10.4

Herod the Idumean dies. Herod Antipas begins rule.

Year

B.C.

4

p1334:4 121:2.10

Sepphoris, three miles north of Nazareth , becomes capital of Galilee .

Year

B.C.

4

p1368:1 124:1.12

Joseph, Mary, and Jesus arrive in Joppa from Alexandria .

Aug

B.C.

4

p1356:1 123:0.4

The three stay at Bethlehem .

Sep

B.C.

4

p1356:1 123:0.4

They leave for Nazareth .

Oct

4

B.C.

4

p1356:3 123:0.6

Joseph, Mary, and Jesus arrive in Nazareth . Jesus is around three years and two months old.

Oct

7

B.C.

4

p1356:4 123:1.1

James, brother of Jesus, is born.

Apr

2

B.C.

3

p1357:2 123:1.5

Mary, Jesus, and James stay at Mary's brother's farm near Sarid. They stay over two months.

Jul

B.C.

3

p1357:4 123:1.7

Thought Adjuster indwells the mind of Jesus.

Feb

11

B.C.

2

p1357:5 123:2.1

Miriam, sister of Jesus, is born.

Jul

11

B.C.

2

p1357:7 123:2.3

Joseph formally assumed responsibility for Jesus' education.

Aug

21

B.C.

2

p1358:10 123:2.6

Joseph begins work as a builder.

Jun

B.C.

1

p1360:2 123:3.7

Zacharias, Elizabeth, and John visit Josephs family in Nazareth .

Jun

B.C.

1

p1359:5 123:3.4 p1496:3 135:0.3

There is no year zero. To find the age of Jesus or John the Baptist, subtract the B.C. year from seven or add six to the A.D. year, keeping in mind their birthdates.

Unusually heavy snowfall in Galilee .

Jan

A.D.

1

p1361:1 123:4.1

Joseph, second brother of Jesus, is born.

Wed mrng

Mar

16

A.D.

1

p1362:1 123:4.9

Jesus falls from stairs after being blinded by an unusual July sandstorm.

Jul

A.D.

1

p1361:5 123:4.5

Jesus begins formal education at Nazareth synagogue school.

Aug

A.D.

1

p1362:2 123:5.1

Jesus returns to visit his uncle's farm.

Jan

A.D.

2

p1364:5 123:6.2

Simon, third brother of Jesus, is born.

Fri evng

Apr

14

A.D.

2

p1365:2 123:6.7

Jesus spends week fishing on the Sea of Galilee .

May

A.D.

2

p1364:5 123:6.2

At uncle's farm, Jesus helps with the harvest for the first time.

May

A.D.

3

p1367:7 124:1.11

Jesus climbs Mount Tabor with his father Joseph.

late

Jun

A.D.

3

p1367:2 124:1.6

Martha, second sister of Jesus, is born.

Thu night

Sep

13

A.D.

3

p1367:3 124:1.7

Jesus learns about ice during this unusually cold winter.

Wint

A.D.

3

p1367:4 124:1.8

Jesus visits Scythopolis, Greek city of the Decapolis .

mid

May

A.D.

5

p1370:4 124:3.6

Jude, fourth brother of Jesus, is born.

Wed evng

Jun

24

A.D.

5

p1370:2 124:3.4

Amos, fifth brother of Jesus, is born.

Sun night

Jan

9

A.D.

7

p1373:2 124:5.2

"Jesus became humanly assured that he was destined to perform a mission on earth for the enlightenment of man and the revelation of God."

Feb

A.D.

7

p1373:3 124:5.3

Jesus graduates from training at the local synagogue school.

Sun

Mar

20

A.D.

7

p1373:4 124:5.4

Jesus departs for Jerusalem with 102 others.

Mon mrng

Apr

4

A.D.

7

p1374:1 124:6.1

Jesus enters Jerusalem .

Thu aftn

Apr

7

A.D.

7

p1375:5 124:6.11

Passover feast.

Sat

Apr

9

A.D.

7

p1374:1 124:6.1

Jesus visits the Bethany home of Lazarus.

Wed

Apr

13

A.D.

7

p1380:2 125:2.7

First day of the four that Jesus spends at the temple.

Sun

Apr

17

A.D.

7

p1381:1 125:3.1

Messenger from Immanuel appears to Jesus.

one night 7th-20th

Apr

A.D.

7

p1398:4 127:2.12

John (the Baptist) takes the formal vow of the Nazarite Order at Engedi, by the Dead Sea .

Year

A.D.

8

p1496:6 135:1.1

Joseph is severely injured by a falling derrick while at work on the governor's residence at Sepphoris. He dies soon after.

Tue

Sep

25

A.D.

8

p1388:1 126:2.1

Ruth, third sister of Jesus, baby of the family, is born.

Wed evng

Apr

17

A.D.

9

p1389:5 126:3.2

Jesus conducts synagogue service after 15th birthday.

1st Sabbath

after

Aug

21

A.D.

9

p1391:5 126:4.1

John (the Baptist) becomes impressed with the prophet Elijah and adopts his style of dress.

Year

A.D.

10

p1497:2 135:1.4

Jesus declines joining a nationalist (Zealot) party.

Year

A.D.

11

p1396:7 127:2.2

Jesus takes James to Jerusalem for Passover.

Year

A.D.

12

p1398:5 127:3.1

Zacharias, father of John, dies. John is 18.

Jul

A.D.

12

p1497:3 135:2.1

Elizabeth and John visit the Nazareth family. John and Jesus will not meet again until Jesus presents himself for baptism by the Jordan .

Sep

A.D.

12

p1400:3 127:3.11

Jesus' brother Amos dies after a week's illness with a high fevor.

Sat aftn

Dec

3

A.D.

12

p1400:5 127:3.13

Rebecca and her father, Ezra, approach Jesus about marriage but they are disappointed.

Year

A.D.

13

p1403:1 127:5.3

Jesus sells his harp to pay for Jude's schooling.

Year

A.D.

13

p1402:3 127:4.10

Augustus dies.

Year

A.D.

14

p1512:4 136:2.8

Jesus visits Jerusalem for Passover. Celebrates the meal, without the paschal lamb, at the home of Lazarus.

Passover

Year

A.D.

14

p1404:5 127:6.6

John (the Baptist), 20, moves to Hebron with his mother, Elizabeth.

Year

A.D.

14

p1497:5 135:2.3

Jesus takes Joseph to Jerusalem for Passover. They celebrate the meal at Bethany with Lazarus, Martha, and Mary.

Passover

Year

A.D.

15

p1409:4 128:1.14

Jesus works at finishing, cabinetwork, caravan repair, and metal work.

Year

A.D.

16

p1410:2 128:2.3

Jesus installs James as acting head of the family, then goes to work with a smith at Sepphoris for a period of six months.

Year

A.D.

16

p1410:3 128:2.4

Jesus meets the Greek, Stephen, who later would later become the first martyr of the Christian faith.

Thu aftn Passover Wk

Year

A.D.

17

p1411:5 128:3.5

Jesus declines the opportunity to found a school in Damascus to compete with Alexandria .

Year

A.D.

17

p1411:1 128:3.1

Joseph becomes acting head of the Nazareth family.

Year

A.D.

18

p1410:5 128:2.6

Jesus declines an invitation to teach in Alexandria .

Jun

A.D.

18

p1414:3 128:5.5

Jude is arrested in Jerusalem ; Jesus assists in his release.

Passover

Year

A.D.

19

p1415:5 128:6.5

James and Esta, Miriam and Jacob, marry in a double wedding. The next day, Jesus establishes James as head of the house of Joseph.

Nov

A.D.

20

p1418:2 128:7.10

Jesus exits as a member of the Nazareth household.

a Sun mrng

Jan

A.D.

21

p1419:4 129:1.1

Jesus returns to Nazareth for Martha's wedding.

Oct

A.D.

21

p1420:3 129:1.6

Jesus works with Zebedee in Capernaum . He designs a superior style of boat for Galilean fishermen.

A.D.

21

p1419:6 129:1.3

The Zebedee family meet Jesus in Jerusalem for Passover at the home of Annas.

Passover

Year

A.D.

22

p1422:5 129:2.8

Jesus meets Gonod and Ganid, travelers from India .

Passover Wk.

Year

A.D.

22

p1422:6 129:2.9

Jesus leaves Capernaum for Jerusalem .

Mar

A.D.

22

p1421:6 129:2.1

Jesus begins his journey to Rome with Gonod and Ganid. From Jerusalem , they travel to Joppa, Caesarea, Alexandria , Lasea in Crete, Cyrene in Carthage , Malta , Syracuse , Messina , Naples , Capua , and Rome .

From Rome, the three travel to Tarentum, Nicopolis, Corinth, Athens, Troas, Ephesus, Rhodes, Cyprus, Antioch, Sidon, Damascus, Thapsacus, Larissa, Mesopotamia, Babylon, Ur, Susa, and Charax.

Sun mrng

Apr

26

A.D.

22

p1427:1 130:0.1

Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist, dies. John is 28. His home is now Engedi.

Aug

17

A.D.

22

p1499:1 135:4.1

Jesus takes leave of Gonod and Ganid at Charax on the Persian Gulf . He returns to Nazareth by way of Ur , Babylon , Damascus , and Capernaum .

Dec

10

A.D.

23

p1483:3 134:1.1

Jesus attends the double wedding of Simon and Jude in Nazareth .

early

Mar

A.D.

24

p1420:3 129:1.6 p1484:1 134:1.4

Jesus departs for the Caspian Sea region serving as conductor of a caravan. The year-long journey takes him to Jerusalem , Damascus , Lake Urmia, Assyria, Media , Parthia , and the southeastern Caspian Sea region.

Back at Lake Urmia , Jesus ends his service as conductor. He returns as a passenger of another caravan through Damascus to Capernaum .

Apr

1

A.D.

24

p1484:5 134:2.1

Tiberias succeeds Sepphoris as capital of Galilee .

Year

A.D.

25

p1368:1 124:1.12

John the Baptist departs Engedi for a career as a public preacher proclaiming the kingdom of God and heralding the Messiah.

early

Mar

A.D.

25

p1499:6 135:4.6

Jesus arrives at Capernaum .

Apr

1

A.D.

25

p1485:2 134:2.5

Jesus begins a "year of solitary wanderings through Palestine and Syria ."

mid

Apr

A.D.

25

p1492:1 134:7.1

At Bethany ford, priests and Levites send a delegation to inquire into the claims of John the Baptist.

May

A.D.

25

p1502:4 135:6.6

Beit Jenn, along the Damascus Road on Mt. Hermon , becomes headquarters for Jesus during this time of quiet sojourn with his Father.

mid

Aug

A.D.

25

p1492:8 134:8.1

Amid the trees, high up on Mt. Hermon , Jesus holds a conference with Satan and Caligastia. He chooses the will of his Paradise Father over the proposals, counterproposals, compromises, and makeshifts of Lucifer's emissaries.

The Lucifer rebellion and the Caligastia betrayal are "virtually ended."

Michael of Nebadon wins "the unquestioned sovereignty of his universe."

Jesus of Nazareth begins reign as Planetary Prince of Urantia.

aftn late sumr

3rd wk

Sep

A.D.

25

p1494:2 134:8.9

Jesus keeps busy at the Capernaum boatshop as he waits for his hour to come.

early

Oct

A.D.

25

p1495:3 134:9.6

James and John Zebedee go to Pella for baptism by John.

Dec

A.D.

25

p1503:4 135:8.1

James and Jude ask their brother, Jesus, concerning their plans to be baptized by John. Jesus postpones the discussion until the following day.

Sat night

Jan

12

A.D.

26

p1503:5 135:8.2

Jesus announces, "My hour has come."

Sun

pre noon

Jan

13

A.D.

26

p1504:1 135:8.3 p1495:5 134:9.8

Jesus and his brothers James and Jude are baptized by John in the Jordan . The Adjuster of Jesus takes leave of him, proceeds to Divinington, then returns in a few moments as a Personalized Adjuster, saying on behalf of the Universal Father, "This is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased."

The purely human life of Jesus is over. Jesus begins forty days of solitary planning in the Perean hills. Early on, Jesus encounters Gabriel and the Constellation Father.

Mon

noon

Jan

14

A.D.

26

p1504:4 135:8.6

Jesus returns to the company of John the Baptist at Pella for their final meeting in the flesh. John's disciples, Andrew and his brother Simon, are welcomed by Jesus as his first and second apostles. Jesus changes Simon's name to Peter. James and John Zebedee also become apostles later on this day.

Sat mrng

early

Feb

23

A.D.

26

p1505:7 135:9.7 p1524:2 137:1.1

Jesus leaves John the Baptist and proceeds north into Galilee . Philip and Nathaniel become the fifth and sixth apostles.

Sun mrng

Feb

24

A.D.

26

p1526:1 137:2.1

Jesus arrives at the home of Zebedee in Capernaum .

Mon night

Feb

25

A.D.

26

p1527:7 137:3.4

Jesus travels from Capernaum to Cana for the wedding Naomi and Johab.

Tue

Feb

26

A.D.

26

p1528:2 137:3.6

Almost a thousand guests attend the wedding feast at Cana . Jesus is surprised by an unintended wonder as water is transformed into very good wine.

Wed

Feb

27

A.D.

26

p1528:4 137:4.1

At the Capernaum synagogue, Jesus reads from the Prophet Isaiah.

Sat

Mar

2

A.D.

26

p1532:3 137:6.1

Pontius Pilate begins rule as governor of Judea .

Year

A.D.

26

John the Baptist and 3/4 of his disciples go south, 1/4 having gone north to find Jesus.

Sun

mrng

Mar

3

A.D.

26

p1506:3 135:10.1

A deputation from the priests and Pharisees at Jerusalem question John the Baptist at Pella .

mid

Mar

A.D.

26

p1505:4 135:9.4

John the Baptist returns to Bethany ford proclaiming mercy for the common people while denouncing political and religious corruption.

early

Jun

A.D.

26

p1506:4 135:10.2

In southern Perea, the agents of Herod Antipas place John the Baptist under arrest.

early mrng

Jun

12

A.D.

26

p1506:5 135:10.3

At the Capernaum boatshop, Jesus lays down his tools and says to Peter, "The Father's hour has come. Let us make ready to proclaim the gospel of the kingdom."

Tue

Jun

18

A.D.

26

p1535:9 137:8.3

Jesus preaches the sermon on "The Kingdom" at the Capernaum synagogue.

Sat

Jun

22

A.D.

26

p1535:7 137:8.1

The six apostles are directed "to go forth, two and two, to teach the glad tidings of the kingdom." Jesus authorizes them to each select another apostle from among the early converts to make their number twelve.

Sun

Jun

23

A.D.

26

p1538:3 138:1.1

The six return and present their reports and nominations for the new apostles.

~

Jul

7

A.D.

26

p1539:4 138:2.1

Jesus ordains the twelve apostles, the second six being, Matthew Levi, Thomas Didymus, the twins James & Judas Alpheus, Simon Zelotes, and Judas Iscariot.

Sun

just before noon

Jan

12

A.D.

27

p1568 140:intro

Jesus and the twelve depart Bethsaida for Jerusalem by way of Pella , Amathus, Bethany , and Jericho .

Sun

Jan

19

A.D.

27

p1587 141:intro

Jesus arrives at Jerusalem with his twelve apostles.

Sun

mrng

Apr

6

A.D.

27

p1595 141:9

Jesus and the apostles work in Jerusalem while spending evenings in Bethany .

Apr

A.D.

27

p1596 142:intro

When opposition in Jerusalem becomes pronounced, Jesus and the apostles go south to work in Bethlehem and Hebron .

end of

Apr

A.D.

27

p1605 142:8

They return to Jerusalem to instruct and comfort believers. They stay primarily in tents pitched in Gethsemane park.

first days of

Jun

A.D.

27

p1605 142:8

Jesus and company depart north from Jerusalem amid opposition.

end of

Jun

A.D.

27

p1607 143:intro

The apostolic party make headquarters at the Greek cities of Archelais and Phasaelis.

first half

Aug

A.D.

27

p1607 143:1

Jesus works quietly with his apostles on the slopes of Mount Gilboa at the borders of Samaria and Decapolis .

Sept &
Oct

A.D.

27

p1617 144:intro

Conference begins "at the Gilboa camp between the apostles of Jesus and the apostles of John..."

around

Oct

1

A.D.

27

p1624 144:6

Jesus receives a final message from John the Baptist.

Latter Part

Dec

A.D.

27

p1626 144:8

John is executed by order of Herod Antipas.

evening

Jan

8

A.D.

28

p1627 144:9

Jesus is told about the death of John.

Jan

12

A.D.

28

p1627 144:9

Jesus, the apostles, and twenty-five disciples make their way to Capernaum .

mrng

Jan

13

A.D.

28

p1627 144:9

Jesus returns to Capernaum with the apostles.

Wed

Mar

17

A.D.

28

p1647 147:intro

A Roman soldier with great faith asks Jesus to "speak the word where you stand and my servant will be healed." His servant, Mangus, is soon completely restored to health.

Mon

Mar

29

A.D.

28

p1647 147:1

The apostolic party depart for Jerusalem by way of the Jordan valley.

Tue

early
mrng

Mar

30

A.D.

28

p1648 147:2

Notable events yet to be chronicled in this summary are the death, resurrection, and appearances of Jesus; the resurrection of the sleeping survivors; and the bestowal of the Spirit of Truth.

Herod Antipas reign ends.

Year

A.D.

39

p1334:4 121:2.10

Matthew's remembrances are added to his disciple Isador's record.

Year

A.D.

40

p1342:1 121:8.6

Matthew leaves Jerusalem to preach.

Year

A.D.

40

p1342:1 121:8.6

Luke, physician of Antioch , begins to follow Paul.

Year

A.D.

47

p1342:3 121:8.8

Simon Peter dies.

Year

A.D.

67

p1341:4 121:8.3

The Gospel by John Mark (and Peter) is complete.

Year

A.D.

68

p1341:4 121:8.3

Isador escapes Jerusalem for Pella with Matthew's notes.

Year

A.D.

70

p1342:2 121:8.7

Investment of Jerusalem by the armies of Titus.

Year

A.D.

70

p1342:2 121:8.7

Isador writes the Gospel according to Matthew.

Year

A.D.

71

p1342:2 121:8.7

Cedes makes a brief record which became a source for Luke.

Year

A.D.

78

p1342:4 121:8.9

Luke dies before finishing "Acts of the Apostles."

Year

A.D.

90

p1342:3 121:8.8

Nathan begins the Gospel of John with John's encouragement.

Year

A.D.

101

p1342:5 121:8.10

Matthew's original record is destroyed in the burning of a monastery in Syria .

Year

A.D.

416

p1342:1 121:8.6

 
 
 

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