The events of the ten days surrounding the Messiah's last Passover are recorded in the gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. While they might seem contradictory at first reading, a closer examination of these books reveals an intricate but discernible pattern that connects the Messiah of Israel to the appointed times of G-d: Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits.
Why is this important?
When we examine the words of the Bible and seek to understand the Divine Creator Who inspired them, we discover that the One Who made promises and covenants with our forebears is faithful to fulfill them in such an exact manner that there can be no question that He is the One, True G-d.
The visualization on this site was created to invite discovery into 42 specific
events described in Scripture regarding the week of Messiah's Passover. Don't
just take our word for it. We encourage you to test what you find here against
the words of the Bible. We pray that, during your search, you discover
the Most High, the G-d of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. As it is written,
"If you seek Him, He will let you find Him." (2 Chronicles 15:1-2)
Blessed be His Holy Name.
We acknowledge there is still great debate and discussion around these events. The gospel of John served as the foundational framework for this timeline.
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