Jesus is BornJesus was born in Bethlehem on Christmas Day. Shepard's and Kings from far lands came to visit him.
Jesus visits the TempleMary and Joseph headed back home and after a day of travel realised Jesus was missing, so they returned to Jerusalem, finding Jesus three days later. He was found in The Temple in discussion with the elders. They were amazed at his learning, especially given his young age.
Jesus is baptizedJesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to be baptized by John. But John tried to deter him, saying, “I need to be baptized".
Jesus heals the SickJesus believed that God will guide him down the right path. God gives Jesus the ability to heal the sick. He heals a man who was blind, a man who could not walk and a man wrapped in bandages.
Jesus walks on WaterThe boat was already a considerable distance from land, buffeted by the waves because the wind was against it. Shortly before dawn Jesus went out to them, walking on the lake. When the disciples saw him walking on the lake, they were terrified. But Jesus said to them: “Take courage! It is I. Don’t be afraid.”
Jesus teaches people about GodJesus travelled through the lands to spread the word about God and how he could show the better way of life. He told anyone and everyone.
The Last SupperHe gathered his 12 disciples together for a final meal, Known as the Last Supper, and explained to them that his death was necessary because it would establish a new covenant between God and man, and it would be the disciples' duty to spread Jesus' teachings after he had gone. He took bread and wine, blessed it and gave it to his disciples saying, "This is my body...this is my blood". Christians remember this when they celebrate Holy Communion.
Arrest and TrialJesus went to Mount of Olives. That is the place where Judas brought a man to arrest Jesus. They took him to the Jewish leaders for trial. The High Priest asked Jesus, "Art thou the Christ, the Son of the Blessed, and Jesus replied, "I am". He was sentenced to death. The sentence the Jewish leaders had passed could not be carried out until it had been approved by Pontius Pilate. He was uncertain what to do and after consulting the crowd he gave in and sentenced Jesus to be crucified
Crucifixion and DeathJesus’ last words were spoken in a loud voice, "Father, into your hands I commit my spirit". From Psalm 31:5, this saying, which is an announcement and not a request, is traditionally called "The Word of Reunion" and is theologically interpreted as the proclamation of Jesus joining God (the Father) in Heaven.
RessurectionFriday evening the dead body of Jesus was taken down from the cross and laid in a tomb, and a great stone was rolled across the entrance of the tomb. Early on Sunday morning, a group of women disciples went to the tomb and found the stone rolled back and the body gone. Jesus' resurrection is a matter of great importance for Christians, for the Christian faith is based on the resurrection of Christ.