Jesus was a Jewish man in Israel during the first century who lived his life one day at a time, as we all do. He was teaching in a very different time and place than where we are now, but his messages are just as important today as they were then. But how much of his message can we truly comprehend from a distance of almost 2,000 years and half a world away? The answer: plenty! But, first we have to understand the cultural and historical perspective of the time and place, and we need to see his actions as they took place – chronologically.
The Chronological Gospels Bible reorganizes Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, The Acts and The Revelation in chronological order. You can see what the Messiah was doing each day of his ministry. You can follow along the timeline of his sermons, his miracles and the last days, hours and moments before his crucifixion.