ØDay One [Friday]:Arrives in Bethany -- John 12:1.Jesus spends time with Mary, Martha and Lazarus.Martha anoints Jesus' feet.
[Saturday]: The Sabbath day.There is nothing recorded in the Gospel for this day.
[Sunday]: Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey-- Matthew 21:1-11.
[Monday]: Jesus clears the temple -- Matthew 21:10-17.
[Tuesday]: Jesus avoids the "traps"being set by
the priests and teaches the people through parables.Jesus predicts His return -- Matthew 21:23-24:51.
[Wednesday]:There is nothing recorded in the
Gospel for this day other than being included in a count for the week -- Mark 14:1.
ØDay Seven [Thursday] Lord's Supper: Luke 22:7-38
the Old Testament, "Passover" was held on the day of
__________________ which is on the 14th day of Nisan between and .The week following the Passover Meal was
called the "Feast of Unleavened Bread".During this week no leavened (raised)
bread could be eaten.By Jesus
time, the people interchanged the names.We remember the Last Supper (Passover) on the Thursday(Maundy) before Easter
Sunday.Our _______________at communion are unleavened.
It was unusual to see a ____________carrying a
water jug (jar).This was usually
reserved for woman.
Of what importance was it that Jesus made
arrangements for the last meal without telling the disciples?
When did Judas leave the room?Check out John 13:26-30.Is Luke's story chronological?
Is our wooden rendition of the Last Supper near
our church altar accurate according to the scriptures?
Jesus was the perfect Passover ______________
according to 1 Corinthians 5:7.
blood and body are literally in the Lord's Supper.They are _________merely symbols and they don't
magically become the body and blood when the pastor blesses them.They always were and are.How can this be?GSI,IBI,TSI!!!!!Check out John 6:53-56; 1 Corinthians
10:16; 1 Corinthians 11:27.
All four ______________ give account of the
following is taken from an article in "Focus On The
Family" Magazine, March 1997. Sections are summarized or copied.
9.During the Passover, the Jews celebrated freedom from
bondage and deliverance from Egypt, but in
Jesus time, it fueled a dangerous atmosphere.The Jews desired to be free from Roman bondage.________________, the Roman fortress that
housed Roman soldiers in Jerusalem was
located in the north end of the TempleMount.During Passover it was reinforced, as
episodes involving bloodshed were not unusual.
Nationalist Jews declared themselves as "_________________" and the
Romans often killed them and their followers if they caused trouble.
entered Jerusalem, the
people shouted "Hosanna" and shouted, "Please save us, O son of
David!" (Matthew 21:9)In effect,
they were proclaiming Jesus as a military and political ______________.
12.The Jews wanted a warrior-messiah who like David,
would triumph over the enemy.Hosanna, a
nationalist chant had become a prayer for political deliverance.It meant, "Give me my
____________."It comes from the
Jewish feast of Sukkotwhich included the
prayer, Psalm 118:25-26.
13.The Hebrew words are hosha
meaning "_________" and na
as in a sense of urgency.Thus, hosanna
meant "Please save!" or "Help, please!"Finally, the palm, a symbol of Jewish
identity had little to do with peace and love.Palm branches to Jews were like the Stars and Stripes to Americans.
ØDay Seven Continued [Thursday]:--Luke -46
14.Matthew calls the place Gethsemane; John
calls it simply an __________ grove (John 18:1).It probably was located on the lower slope of
15.What temptations was Jesus referring to?
16.What is the "cup" Jesus refers to?Check out Matthew 10:22-23; Isaiah 15:17;
other Gospels do _______ mention an angel helping Jesus.However, at Jesus' temptation and period of
fasting, Matthew and Mark mention angels "________________" to Jesus
and Luke does not.
ØDayEight [Friday]: Pilot Condemns Jesus --Luke 22:66-23-25;
Mark 15:1-20;Jesus' Death -- Luke -56
The following content is taken from an article in
"Focus On The Family" Magazine, March 1997.
Sections are summarized or copied. The quiz layout is original.
The Lamb of God
Jesus arrived in Jerusalem on
the _______ day of the Passover -- the day the Passover lamb was chosen
Traditionally, during the Passover, the daily
sacrifice was slaughtered at ___:00 PM.At that time, the priest stood at the pinnacle of the temple and
blew the shofar,
or ram's horn.
Jesus probably heard the shofar
being blown on the day of Passover.When the knife slit the throat of the Passover lamb, Jesus probably
looked up to heaven and said, "It is finished."And Jesus _________ at .
The ______________ introduced crucifixion to Israel
The Jews put people guilty of blasphemy and
sexual immorality to death by _____________.
The Romans crucified their victims at the
_________ of a hill. So the condemned would be easily seen by passersby.
The process of crucifixion was governed by rules
which were intended to make the process as ____________ as possible and an
example to others.
Roman crucifixion took place in a public
location _____________ the city
The Romans normally crucified people
____________ (Matthew 27:35)
Romans preferred a cross in the shape of an upper-case T rather than a
lower-case T.Crosses were quite
low, only ___ to ___ feet off the ground (Matthew 27:48)
The condemned person was nailed to the cross
through the wrists and ankles.In
John 20:27, the Greek word for "__________" refers to the part
of the arm from the palm to the wrist.Evidence indicates that the spikes were driven through the bones of
the arm where they join at the wrist.
28.The Romans first _________ the condemned person,
which often left the prisoner near death (John 19:1; Isaiah 53:5)
The crossbar was tied to the prisoner's
shoulders.He was paraded through
the streets for humiliation and as an example (Psalm 22:6).A soldier carried a _________ indicating
the crime the person had committed (John -19).
At the place of execution, the prisoner's wrists
were _____________ to the crossbar.The bar was lifted and placed on
the stake, which was already in the ground.The condemned person's ankles were then
nailed to the stake.Finally, the
sign identifying the person's crime was attached to the stake.The prisoner, in excruciating pain, eventually
died of asphyxiation and loss of blood (Psalm ,16;
Prisoners could remain _______________ for
days.Sometimes the Roman soldiers
shortened the prisoner's suffering by breaking his legs.Because his legs no longer supported the
weight of his body, he suffocated faster.Jesus died without any broken bones (John ; Exodus ; Exodus 34:20).
Roman solders kept the victim's _______________
(Matthew 27:35; Psalm ).
Prisoners could talk only in __________ bursts
because of the stress on their diaphragms.As Jesus hung on the cross, His statements were short.
ØDay 10: Burial & Resurrection - Luke 24:1-11
The first day of the Jewish week was
_____________ and it began at sundown on _____________.
True or False:Tombs were ordinarily closed to keep animals and vandals away from
the bodies.Jesus' grave was sealed
by the Roman Guards for this reason.
How many angels were there in the tomb?Read Matthew 28:2;Mark 16:5 _________ . Read Luke
24:4 & 23; John __________.Note:It was not uncommon for a writer to report about only the
posture of the messengers may have changed during the event.
Jesus predicted His ____________ and
_________________ often, but His followers did not understand
Was Judas alive at the time of Jesus'
In Luke 24: 9, the Eleven refers to the
Who was the first to see the risen Savior?_________________________
Who was Mary Magdalene?
Where was Jesus' mother when Mary Magdalene
arrived at the tomb?___________________
Bread , wafers
could not tell the soldiers where to go.
left the room before the breaking of the break; no it is not, John's account
not.It was common to
"recline" or partially lie down when having a banquet.Judas is present.
out verse 31
cup of suffering with the sin of all the world
ministering -- Angels do strengthen us today -- see also Hebrews