Gospel pericopes (complete).txt

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Created by jhtw2000 with reference to Thomas and Gundry's "NIV Harmony of the Gospels" (San Francisco, Harper & Row, 1988).
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  1. “In the beginning was the Word”
    John 1
  2. Jesus’ genealogy
    Matthew 1, Luke 3
  3. John the Baptist’s birth foretold to Zechariah
    Luke 1
  4. Jesus’ birth foretold to Mary
    Luke 1
  5. Mary’s visit to Elizabeth and Elizabeth’s song
    Luke 1
  6. Mary’s song (the Magnificat)
    Luke 1
  7. John the Baptist’s birth, and Zechariah’s song (the Benedictus)
    Luke 1
  8. Jesus’ birth foretold to Joseph
    Matthew 1
  9. Quirinius’ census, Jesus born in Bethlehem, angels announce his birth to shepherds
    Luke 2
  10. Simeon and Anna prophesy over Jesus in the Temple
    Luke 2
  11. Visit of the Magi
    Matthew 2
  12. Escape into Egypt and murder of boys in Bethlehem
    Matthew 2
  13. Jesus’ parents lose him, only to find him conversing with priests in the Temple
    Luke 2
  14. John the Baptist preaches
    Matthew 3, Mark 1, Luke 3
  15. Jesus’ baptism
    Matthew 3, Mark 1, Luke 3
  16. Jesus’ temptation
    Matthew 4, Mark 1, Luke 4
  17. John denies being the Christ and proclaims instead that Jesus is
    John 1
  18. Peter, Andrew, Philip, and Nathanael meet Jesus
    John 1
  19. Jesus turns water to wine at a wedding in Cana
    John 2
  20. Jesus clears the temple—early in His ministry
    John 2
  21. Nicodemus speaks with Jesus (being born again, “For God so loved the world…”)
    John 3
  22. John the Baptist accepts and supports Jesus’ growing success
    John 3
  23. Jesus speaks with a Samaritan woman at a well
    John 4
  24. Jesus preaches
    Matthew 4, Mark 1
  25. Jesus heals an official’s son from a distance
    John 4
  26. Jesus is rejected after preaching in a synagogue
    Luke 4
  27. Jesus calls Peter, Andrew, James, and John
    Matthew 4, Mark 1, Luke 5
  28. Jesus casts out a demon in synagogue
    Mark 1, Luke 4
  29. Jesus heals Peter’s mother-in-law
    Matthew 8, Mark 1, Luke 4
  30. Jesus withdraws to pray
    Mark 1, Luke 4
  31. Jesus heals a leper
    Matthew 8, Mark 1, Luke 5
  32. Jesus heals a paralytic, let down through the roof
    Matthew 9, Mark 2, Luke 5
  33. Jesus calls Matthew
    Matthew 9, Mark 2, Luke 5
  34. Fasting, wineskins, and patches
    Matthew 9, Mark 2, Luke 5
  35. Jesus heals an invalid at the pool of Bethesda
    John 5
  36. The disciples pluck grain on the Sabbath
    Matthew 12, Mark 2, Luke 6
  37. Jesus heals a crippled hand on the Sabbath
    Matthew 12, Mark 3, Luke 6
  38. Jesus selects the Twelve
    Mark 3, Luke 6 (Matthew’s list of disciples appears in chapter 10, in connection with the sending out of the Twelve)
  39. The Beatitudes
    Matthew 5, Luke 6
  40. Jesus heals a centurion’s servant
    Matthew 8, Luke 7
  41. Jesus raises a widow’s son at Nain
    Luke 7
  42. John the Baptist sends some of his disciples to ask about Jesus
    Matthew 11, Luke 7
  43. Woe to Korazin and Bethsaida
    Matthew 11, Luke 10
  44. Jesus is anointed by a sinful woman in the house of Simon the Pharisee
    Luke 7
  45. Women who supported Jesus’ ministry
    Luke 8
  46. People accuse Jesus of driving out demons by the power of Beelzebub
    Matthew 12, Mark 3, Luke 11
  47. People ask Jesus for a sign, but Jesus refuses to give it
    Matthew 12, Matthew 15, Mark 8, Luke 11
  48. Jesus’ family seeks him, but Jesus calls His disciples family
    Matthew 12, Mark 3, Luke 8
  49. The parable of the sower
    Matthew 13, Mark 4, Luke 8
  50. Jesus calms a storm
    Matthew 8, Mark 4, Luke 8
  51. Jesus casts a legion of demons into a herd of pigs
    Matthew 8, Mark 5, Luke 8
  52. Jesus heals a woman with a bleeding problem and raises Jairus’ daughter
    Matthew 9, Mark 5, Luke 8
  53. Jesus heals two blind men and a mute
    Matthew 9
  54. A prophet without honor
    Matthew 13, Mark 6
  55. Shortage of workers
    Matthew 9
  56. Herod hears about Jesus and wonders if He is John the Baptist come to life again
    Matthew 14, Mark 6, Luke 9
  57. The feeding of the five thousand
    Matthew 14, Mark 6, Luke 9, John 6
  58. Jesus walks on water
    Matthew 14, Mark 6, John 6
  59. Jesus is the Bread of Life
    John 6
  60. Jesus teaches about clean and unclean food, and true uncleanness
    Matthew 15, Mark 7
  61. Jesus drives out a demon from a Gentile woman’s daughter
    Matthew 15, Mark 7
  62. The feeding of the four thousand
    Matthew 15, Mark 8
  63. Jesus warns His disciples against the yeast of the Pharisees and Sadducees
    Matthew 16, Mark 8, Luke 12
  64. Peter confesses Jesus as Messiah
    Matthew 16, Mark 8, Luke 9
  65. The Transfiguration
    Matthew 17, Mark 9, Luke 9
  66. Jesus heals a boy with seizures
    Matthew 17, Mark 9, Luke 9
  67. Jesus pays the temple tax—from a fish’s mouth!
    Matthew 17
  68. The disciples argue about who is the greatest
    Matthew 18, Mark 9, Luke 9
  69. Jesus warns His disciples about causing others to sin
    Matthew 18, Mark 9, Luke 17
  70. The parable of the unmerciful servant
    Matthew 18
  71. Jesus turns away would-be disciples for their failure to give Him utter priority
    Matthew 8, Luke 9
  72. Jesus’ brothers urge Him to go to Jerusalem for the Passover, but He delays
    John 7
  73. James and John urge Jesus to call down fire on a Samaritan town
    Luke 9
  74. Jesus’ public teaching in Jerusalem stirs up sharp, mixed reactions
    John 7
  75. Jesus pardons a woman caught in adultery
    John 8
  76. Jesus is the Light of the world
    John 8
  77. Jesus’ Father, Abraham, and the Pharisees’ dubious lineage
    John 8
  78. Jesus heals a man born blind, whom the Pharisees excommunicate
    John 9
  79. Jesus is the Good Shepherd
    John 10
  80. Jesus sends out the seventy(-two)
    Luke 10
  81. The parable of the good Samaritan
    Luke 10
  82. Jesus’ visit with Mary and Martha
    Luke 10
  83. The parable of the persistent neighbor
    Luke 11
  84. Woe to the Pharisees
    Luke 11, Matthew 23
  85. The parable of the hoarding farmer
    Luke 12
  86. Disasters, God’s judgment, and the parable of the fruitless fig tree given a second chance
    Luke 13
  87. Jesus heals a crippled (bent over) woman in synagogue
    Luke 13
  88. The narrow gate
    Matthew 7, Luke 13
  89. Jesus’ sorrow over Jerusalem
    Matthew 23, Luke 13
  90. Jesus heals a man with dropsy on the Sabbath at a Pharisee’s house
    Luke 14
  91. Discipleship is like building a tower or waging a war
    Luke 14
  92. The parable of the lost coin
    Luke 15
  93. The parable of the shrewd manager
    Luke 16
  94. Lazarus falls sick, dies, and is raised
    John 11
  95. Caiaphas advises the Jews that it would be better for one man to die than for the nation to perish
    John 11
  96. Jesus heals ten lepers—but only one comes back to thank Him
    Luke 17
  97. The parable of the persistent widow
    Luke 18
  98. Jesus teaches about divorce
    Matthew 19, Mark 10
  99. Jesus allows children to come to Him
    Matthew 19, Mark 10, Luke 18
  100. The rich young ruler
    Matthew 19, Mark 10, Luke 18
  101. James and John ask to sit on Jesus’ right and left
    Matthew 20, Mark 10
  102. Jesus heals blind Bartimaeus (and his companion)
    Matthew 20, Mark 10, Luke 18
  103. Zaccheaus meets Jesus
    Luke 19
  104. The Triumphal Entry
    Matthew 21, Mark 11, Luke 19, John 12
  105. Jesus curses a fig tree
    Matthew 21, Mark 11
  106. Jesus speaks of His dying and being glorified
    John 12
  107. Jesus speaks of Jerusalem’s leaders’ blind eyes and dead hearts
    John 12
  108. Jewish leaders ask Jesus about what authority He bears
    Matthew 21, Mark 11, Luke 20
  109. Pharisees and Herodians ask Jesus whether it is right to pay taxes
    Matthew 22, Mark 12, Luke 20
  110. Sadducees ask about levirate marriage and the resurrection
    Matthew 22, Mark 12, Luke 20
  111. A Pharisee asks Jesus about the greatest commandment in the Law
    Matthew 22, Mark 12
  112. Jesus asks how the Christ could be the son of David, when David calls him “Lord”
    Matthew 22, Mark 12, Luke 20
  113. Jesus warns His disciples against the Pharisees’ conceit and false piety
    Matthew 23, Mark 12, Luke 20
  114. Jesus commends a widow for giving two small copper coins
    Mark 12, Luke 21
  115. The Olivet Discourse
    Matthew 24, Mark 13, Luke 21
  116. The Sanhedrin plots to kill Jesus
    Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22, John 11
  117. Jesus is anointed by Mary in the home of Simon the Leper
    Matthew 26, Mark 14, John 12
  118. Judas agrees to betray Jesus
    Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22
  119. The disciples make preparations for Passover
    Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22
  120. The disciples squabble over greatness during the Passover feast
    Luke 22
  121. Jesus washes his disciples’ feet
    John 13
  122. Jesus announces that He will be betrayed by one of the disciples
    Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22, John 13
  123. Jesus predicts Peter’s denial
    Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22, John 13
  124. The Lord’s Supper
    Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22
  125. Jesus goes to prepare a place for His disciples, and He will return; they will not see Him for a while, and then they will see Him again
    John 14, 16
  126. Jesus promises that the world will oppose His disciples—just as it opposed Him
    John 15, 16
  127. Jesus prays for Himself, His disciples, and all who believe
    John 17
  128. Jesus prays in Gethsemane
    Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22
  129. A mob arrives, with Judas, to arrest Jesus
    Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22, John 18
  130. Jesus is tried before Annas
    John 18
  131. Jesus is tried before Caiaphas and beaten by His guards
    Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22
  132. Peter denies Jesus
    Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22, John 18
  133. Jesus is tried before the Sanhedrin
    Luke 22
  134. Remorse and suicide of Judas Iscariot
    Matthew 27
  135. Jesus is tried before Pilate
    Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23, John 18
  136. Jesus is tried before Herod
    Luke 23
  137. Jesus is mocked by Roman soldiers
    Matthew 27, Mark 15
  138. Jesus travels to Golgotha, while Simon of Cyrene bears His cross
    Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23, John 19
  139. Soldiers crucify Jesus, gamble for His clothing, and post His charges on a placard; passersby mock Him
    Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23, John 19
  140. The sun is darkened, Jesus cries out, and Jesus dies
    Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23, John 19
  141. Joseph of Arimathea buries Jesus’ body
    Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23, John 19
  142. Pilate gives the Jews a garrison to secure Jesus’ tomb
    Luke 23
  143. Women visit Jesus’ tomb and find it empty
    Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24, John 20
  144. Peter and John visit Jesus’ tomb and find it empty
    Luke 24, John 20
  145. Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene in the garden near the tomb
    John 20
  146. Jesus appears to the women who found His empty tomb
    Matthew 28
  147. The guards of Jesus’ tomb report to the Jews
    Matthew 28
  148. Jesus appears to two people on the road to Emmaus
    Mark 16, Luke 24
  149. Jesus appears to ten of the Eleven
    Mark 16, Luke 24, John 20
  150. Jesus appears to the Eleven—with Thomas present
    John 20
  151. Jesus appears to seven of the Twelve while they are fishing in Galilee, and He reinstates Peter
    John 21
  152. The Great Commission and Ascension
    Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24
  153. Salt of the earth
    Matthew 5, Mark 9, Luke 14
  154. Better to lose a part of the body than to sin
    Matthew 5, Matthew 18, Mark 9
  155. Importance of settling a conflict before arriving at the magistrate
    Matthew 5, Luke 12
  156. Love your enemies
    Matthew 5, Luke 6
  157. The Lord’s Prayer
    Matthew 6, Luke 11
  158. Do not worry; treasures in heaven
    Matthew 6, Luke 12
  159. The eye is the lamp of the body
    Matthew 6, Luke 11
  160. You cannot serve both God and Money
    Matthew 6, Luke 16
  161. Do not judge; specks and planks
    Matthew 7, Luke 6
  162. A tree may be recognized by its fruit
    Matthew 7, Matthew 12, Luke 6
  163. Ask, seek, knock—for even men give good gifts to their children!
    Matthew 7, Luke 11
  164. The Golden Rule
    Matthew 7, Luke 6
  165. The wise man built his house upon a rock
    Matthew 7, Luke 6
  166. Jesus’ light yoke
    Matthew 11
  167. The parable of the quietly growing seeds
    Mark 4
  168. The parable of the weeds sown among wheat
    Matthew 13
  169. The parable of the mustard tree
    Matthew 13, Mark 4, Luke 13
  170. The parable of the dough and the leaven
    Matthew 13, Luke 13
  171. The parable of the hidden treasure
    Matthew 13
  172. The parable of the pearl of great value
    Matthew 13
  173. The parable of the net
    Matthew 13
  174. The parable of the house owner with a well-rounded inventory
    Matthew 13
  175. Jesus sends out the Twelve
    Matthew 10, Mark 6, Luke 9
  176. All hidden things will be disclosed; fear God, not man; remember God loves you much more than sparrows; acknowledge Jesus before men, and He will acknowledge you before God
    Matthew 10, Luke 12
  177. Not peace but division
    Matthew 10, Luke 12
  178. John the Baptist is beheaded
    Matthew 14, Mark 6
  179. Jesus heals a blind man in stages
    Mark 8
  180. Jesus predicts His own death and resurrection
    Matthew 16, 17; Mark 8, 9; Luke 9, 18
  181. John objects to an outsider driving out demons in Jesus’ name
    Mark 9, Luke 9
  182. The parable of the lost sheep
    Matthew 18, Luke 15
  183. Four witnesses to Jesus’ equality with the Father
    John 5
  184. Parables of servants faithful in their master’s absence
    Luke 12, Matthew 24
  185. Interpreting the weather but not the times
    Luke 12
  186. Jesus warns against taking the best seats at a banquet
    Luke 14
  187. Jesus advises people to invite to their banquets the poor, who cannot reciprocate
    Luke 14
  188. The parable of the banquet whose guests refuse to come
    Matthew 21, Luke 14
  189. One’s love for Jesus must supersede even one’s love for family
    Matthew 10, Luke 14
  190. Taking up one’s cross
    Matthew 10, Luke 14, see also Peter’s confession
  191. The parable of the prodigal son
    Luke 15
  192. The parable of the rich man and Lazarus
    Luke 16
  193. The parable of the dutiful, humble servant
    Luke 17
  194. Faith like a mustard seed
    Matthew 17, Luke 17
  195. The suddenness and prominence of Jesus’ return
    Matthew 24, Luke 17
  196. The parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector
    Luke 18
  197. The parable of the workers hired at different times
    Matthew 20
  198. The parable of the talents (or minas)
    Matthew 25, Luke 19
  199. Jesus clears the Temple—late in His ministry
    Matthew 21, Mark 11, Luke 19
  200. The parable of the two sons
    Matthew 21
  201. The parable of the vineyard tenants
    Matthew 21, Mark 12, Luke 20
  202. The parable of the wise and foolish virgins
    Matthew 24
  203. The separation of the sheep and goats on Judgment Day
    Matthew 25
  204. A new command: Love one another
    John 13, 15
  205. Jesus is the Way, Truth, and Life
    John 14
  206. Love for and obedience to Jesus, the Vine and the branches
    John 14, 15
  207. Jesus promises the Holy Spirit and talks about Him
    John 14, 15, 16
  208. In the upper room, Jesus speaks about His relationship to the Father
    John 14
  209. Jesus instructs His disciples to ask in His name
    John 16
  210. Jesus promises peace—in the midst of a troubled world—to His disciples
    John 14, 16
  211. One crucified criminal insults Jesus; the other defends Him
    Luke 23
  212. Jesus charges John with His mother’s care
    John 19
  213. A soldier pierces Jesus’ side
    John 19
  214. Life comes through the Son
    John 5
  215. “Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.”
    John 15
  216. The crowds demand Barabbas’ freedom and Jesus’ crucifixion
    Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23, John 19

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