Events and Miracles in Jesus' life

  • Period: Jan 1, 996 to Jan 1, 1030

    Jesus' life

    (Dates are Roughly 1000 years off, Timetoast does not go to B.C. or early A.D. Also month and day are not accurate)
  • Dec 25, 996

    Jesus' Birth

    Jesus' Birth
    Jesus son of God was born into the world by the Virgin Mary (the Holy Spirit conceived Jesus). He was born in a manger for there was no vacancy in the inn. Sheperds, who saw angels rejoicing in the heavens and an angle said, “Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord," as they watched over their flock by night. They then came to the Savior of the World, Jesus.
  • May 15, 1027

    Jesus' Baptism

    Jesus' Baptism
    John, whose purpose in life was to prepare for the coming of Jesus Christ, baptizes Jesus in the Jordon River. It is said that God smiled upon Jesus saying, “This is my son in whom I am well pleased in.”
  • May 15, 1027

    Jesus tempted by the Devil

    Jesus tempted by the Devil
    While Jesus was in the desert fasting to fouty days, the devil came unto Jesus and tempted him. The devil first tempted Jesus to turn the rocks into bread. Jesus replied saying that man lives not just from bread but from every word God speaks. The devil then tempted Jesus to jump from the temple's roof and have angles save him. Jesus replied do not tempt the Lord thy God. The devil then tempted Jesus to bow to him he will give him all the world. Jesus replies thou shalt only worship me.
  • May 15, 1027

    Jesus turn water to wine (Grape Juice)

    Jesus turn water to wine (Grape Juice)
    Jesus arrives at a wedding to which he was invited to, but when he arrived it was announced that there was no more wine left. Jesus tells the people at the wedding to fill the jars with water and then to give it to the Chief Steward. When they drank it, they knew it was a very good wine.
  • May 15, 1029

    Jesus calms the storm

    Jesus calms the storm
    Jesus and his twelve apostles are on a little boat in the middle of a raging storm; however, Jesus was asleep at the time on the boat. They awoke him begging him to do something before they all died. When Jesus spoke the words, “peace, be still,” the storm instantly dissipated.
  • May 15, 1029

    Woman Healed by Touching Jesus' Garments

    Woman Healed by Touching Jesus' Garments
    Jesus and his apostles were on their way to arise Jairus’s Daughter from the Dead. While they were traveling a woman who had an issue with her blood for twelve years saw Jesus and she said to herself, “If I may but touch his garment, I shall be whole.” When she touched Jesus’ garment she was healed, then Jesus turned around and saw her saying, “Daughter, be of good comfort; thy faith hath made thee whole. And the woman was made whole from that hour,” and continued on his way to Jairus’.
  • May 15, 1029

    Jesus Feeds the 5000 plus Women and Children

    Jesus Feeds the 5000 plus Women and Children
    Jesus and the multitude of people are in a barren land with no food, except for a little boy’s lunch which consisted of five barley loaves and two fishes. Jesus first blessed the food and then told the apostles to pass out everyone’s share. Once everyone was done eating the apostles gathered up the scraps or fragments which filled up twelve baskets.
  • May 15, 1029

    Jesus Walking on Water

    Jesus Walking on Water
    The twelve apostles are out at sea in a boat and have been stuck at sea for some time; trapped in a terrible storm. The apostles then see Jesus walking towards them on the water. Peter then asks if it is Jesus that he may come out with him. Peter did begin to walk towards Jesus on the water, but when he saw the waves he lost his faith and began to sink. Jesus reaches out and saves him and then puts him back in the boat. Jesus then sets foot on the boat and they are teleported to the shoreline.
  • May 15, 1030

    Jesus Heals a Blind Man

    Jesus Heals a Blind Man
    Jesus was walking through a town called Bethsaida, and a blind man was brought to Jesus asking if he would touch him. Jesus leads the blind man out of the town and spits in his eyes. Jesus then touches his eyes and asks him what he sees. The blind man looks up and replies that he sees men as trees walking. Jesus then again touches his eyes and his sight was restored. Jesus then tells the man, “to go to his home and neither go into the town, nor tell [it] to any in the town.”
  • May 15, 1030

    Jesus' Transfiguration

    Jesus' Transfiguration
    An event when Jesus transfigured, makeing his face shine like the sun and his clothes the brightest white.
  • May 15, 1030

    Jesus Raises Lazarus from the Dead

    Jesus Raises Lazarus from the Dead
    Lazarus, the brother of Mary (who anointed Jesus' feet), was very ill. They sent for Jesus to please come and heal him, but Jesus stayed in the town he was visiting for two more days. By the time Jesus got there Lazarus had passed away and was now in a tomb. Everyone began saying to Jesus if only you had been here sooner, he would still be alive. Jesus the tells them, "if thou wouldest believe, thou shouldest see the glory of God." Jesus said Lazarus come out and Lazarus arose from the dead.
  • May 15, 1030

    Jesus Healing the Ten Lepers

    Jesus Healing the Ten Lepers
    There were ten lepers in a town and they all wanted to be healed by Jesus. Jesus tells them that if they want to be healed to go to the temple and they will be healed. All do as they were told and are healed; however, one of the healed lepers go unto Jesus and bows down to his feet giving him thanks. Jesus asks, "Were there not ten cleansed? but where [are] the nine? Jesus then bids him to go for his faith has made him whole.
  • May 15, 1030

    Jesus Curses the Fig Tree

    Jesus Curses the Fig Tree
    On the way to Jerusalem, Jesus grew hungry. At a distance Jesus could see a fig tree; however, there was no fruit on the tree, only leaves. When Jesus saw this he said to the fig tree, “Let no fruit grow on thee henceforward forever.” The fig tree then withered away at that moment. The apostles were amazed by this and Jesus said unto them that if they ask of something though prayer in faith believeing it shall be done.
  • May 15, 1030

    Jesus Cleanses the Temple

    Jesus Cleanses the Temple
    When Jesus came unto the Temple of God, he cast out everyone who bought or sold in the Temple and overthrew the table of the moneychangers and the seat of the people who sold doves. Jesus told them, “It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.” The lame and the blind then came to the Temple and were healed by Jesus.
  • May 15, 1030

    Jesus and the Last Supper

    Jesus and the Last Supper
    Jesus and his diciples go to the guest room of a man's house to have passover. Jesus blesses the food and the wine, then tells his diciples that the bread represents his body which is broken for them and the wine represents his blood which is spilt for them. As the diciples partake of the passover meal, Jesus reveals that one of the twelve diciples will betray him. The diciples then begin to ask if it will be themself.Jesus tells them the one that dips his bread in the wine shall betray him.
  • May 15, 1030

    Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane

    Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane
    Jesus and his diciples go unto the Garden of Gethsamane. Jesus goes off alone telling his diciples to stay behind and pray. While he is alone, Jesus prays to his heavenly Father. It is believed that he prayed with such a passion that blood come from his pores, for he knew all which was about to happen to him and willingly took the pain and suffering for us.
  • May 16, 1030

    Jesus heals the severed Ear

    Jesus heals the severed Ear
    After Judus' betrayal and the soldires moved in to apprehend Jesus, Peter made an attempt to stop the soldiers by attacking them in return. Peter's attack severed the ear off of one of the soldiers. Jesus told Peter to put away his sword saying, "He who lives by the sword dies by the sword." Jesus then picks up the man's ear and heals him before they take him away.
  • May 16, 1030

    The Crucifiction of Christ

    The Crucifiction of Christ
    Jesus along with two thieves was taken to calvary to be crucified. He was given a "crown" of thorns which pierced his brow and his hands and feet were nailed to the cross. Jesus heng on the cross for three hours and also refused to take the wine that would ease his pain. He said only seven things while on the cross the last one being, "It is done."
  • May 16, 1030

    Jesus' Resurection

    Jesus' Resurection
    Three days after his crucufixtion, Jesus arose from the dead on Easter Sunday. After his resurection, Mary Magdolin came to put purfumes in his tomb so it would not smell as bad. When she arrived she saw Jesus was not in the tomb. Jesus then walks up to her without her knowing it was him and asked why she search among the dead? Once realizing it was him she went and told the apostles what she saw.
  • May 16, 1030

    Jesus' acention into heaven

    Jesus' acention into heaven
    Jesus continued to walk the earth for fourty days after his resurection. On the final day Jesus left the earth and assended into the clouds to heaven. He told everyone that he was going to prepare a place for us in heaven.