Story of Jesus, Three Year Ministry, Maps
Key: 1 - Approximate sequence of events, used in the list following. OPENING EVENTS.  Jesus, now about 30 years old (Lk 3:23) travels from his home-town of Nazareth in Galilee.  At the River Jordan, possibly near Bethany-across-the-Jordan, he is baptised by John the Baptist (Mt 3:13; Mk 1:9)  He goes in to the Judean Desert or
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Chapter 1: Writing, Travel, and Letters Among the Early
(3 days ago) Chapter 1: Writing, Travel, and Letters Among the Early Christians . Many writers on many occasions have perceived and described the important part which intercommunication between the widely separated congregations of early Christians, whether by travel or by letter, played in determining the organisation and cementing the unity of the Universal Church.
W.M. Ramsay: St. Paul the Traveler and the Roman Citizen
(1 days ago) To this the answer must be that the “Travel Document” was Luke’s own written notes (supplemented by memory, and the education of further experience and reading and research). His diary, where he was an eye-witness, and his notes of conversation with Paul, and doubtless others also, were worked into the book of Acts suitably to the
Maps of Pauls missionary journeys
(6 days ago) The Travel Areas of the Acts of the Apostles; also where Paul Sent his Letters (city names in "stamped envelopes", the one province "unstamped") Map 13. Some of the Many Centres of Jewish Population Outside Israel - the "Dispersion" or "Diaspora" THE FIRST MISSIONARY JOURNEYS. Map 14.
Maps of New Testament story
(1 days ago) The family settles in Nazareth in Galilee (Matthew 2:19-23) Map 2 - The Travels and Acts of Jesus in Year One of His Ministry c AD27-28.  At the River Jordan, near Bethany-across-the-Jordan, or Bethabara (Jn 1:28), and according to John's Gospel, Jesus calls his first five disciples (Jn 1:35). These include Philip, Andrew, and Simon Peter
St. Teresa of Avila: Way of Perfection
(9 days ago) Let us now return to those who wish to travel on this road, and will not halt until they reach their goal, which is the place where they can drink of this water of life. Although in some book or other—in several, in fact—I have read what a good thing it is to begin in this way, I do not think anything will be lost if I …
Author info: St. Bernard of Clairvaux
(9 days ago) It cost Bernard eight years of laborious travel and skillful mediation. At the same time he labored for peace and reconciliation between England and France and among many lesser nobles. His influence mounted when his spiritual son was elected pope in 1145. At Eugene III's command he preached the Second Crusade and sent vast armies on the road
Jonathan Edwards: Works of Jonathan Edwards, Volume Two
(2 days ago) And after three days’ tedious travel, two of them through a wilderness almost unpassable, by reason of mountains and rocks, and two nights lodging in the open wilderness, I came to an Indian settlement on the side of Susquehannah-river, called Opeholhaupung; where were twelve Indian houses, and (as nigh as I could learn) about seventy souls
Author info: Origen
(2 days ago) Despite his lack of care for his own life, he was spared because many pagan philosophers and Christian heretics came to him for instruction. (The Neoplatonist Porphyry was an early acquaintance.) Origen was apparently free to travel, for he visited Rome, Palestine, and Arabia briefly, where he gained approval from many foreign bishops.
Acts, Pauls Second Journey, Silas
(1 days ago) After joining him at Lystra at the start of the Second Journey, they travel to Philippi, Thessalonica and Berea. There Paul is forced to leave and taken to Athens, while Timothy and Silas stay (Acts 17:14). They later join Paul, and from Athens, Timothy, and probably Silas are sent north again to Thessalonica to encourage the church (1
Sir Thomas Browne: Christian Morals
(Just Now) To enjoy true happiness, we must travel into a very far country, and even out of ourselves; for the pearl we seek for is not to be found in the Indian, but in the Empyrean ocean. 157 157 “In the expanses of the highest heaven.” 107
(8 days ago) To enjoy true happiness, we must travel into a very far country, and even out of ourselves; for the pearl we seek for is not to be found in the Indian, but in the Empyrean ocean.  107. ANSWER not the spur of fury, and be not prodigal or prodigious in revenge.
St. Augustine: Confessions and Enchiridion, newly
(5 days ago) For this was deemed praiseworthy by our forefathers and many had passed before us in the same course, and thus had built up the precedent for the sorrowful road on which we too were compelled to travel, multiplying labor and sorrow upon the sons of Adam.
Anne Emmerich: Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary
(3 days ago) MARY AND JOSEPH TRAVEL TO VISIT ELIZABETH. Some days after the Annunciation, St. Joseph returned to Nazareth and made further arrangements for working at his craft in the house. He had never lived in Nazareth before and had not spent more than a few days there. Joseph knew nothing of the Incarnation; Mary was the Mother of the Lord, but also
The Pilgrimage of Egeria
(Just Now) The inhabitants of Faran, who are accustomed to travel there with their camels, put signs in different places, and make for these signs when they travel in the day time, but the camels mark the signs at night. In short, the inhabitants of Faran travel more quickly and safely by night in that place, being accustomed thereto, than other men can
Jesus, Church, Gospels, Acts, Letters, Revelation
(1 days ago) The Travel Areas of the Acts of the Apostles and Where Paul Sent his Letters. Map Key: Provinces, islands and cities playing an important recorded part in the Early Church according to the Acts of the Apostles Locations in boxes - The six cities and one province receiving Letters from the Apostle Paul
Pauls First Journey, Barnabas, Cyprus, Antioch, Gentiles
(2 days ago) 4.1 BARNABAS & PAUL REACH CYPRUS; THE ROMAN PROCONSUL IS CONVERTED. Acts 13:4-12 - So these two (Barnabas and Paul), sent at the Holy Spirit's command, went down (from Syrian Antioch ) to Seleucia  and from there sailed off to Cyprus. On their arrival at Salamis  they began to proclaim God's message in the Jewish synagogues, having John (Mark) as their assistant.
George Edmundson: Church in Rome in the First Century
(6 days ago) LECTURE I. Rom. i. 8: ‘First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for you all, that your faith is spoken of throughout the whole world.'. The subject of these lectures is in one sense a well-worn theme. The literature bearing upon the history of the Church in Rome during the first century is enormous, and unfortunately in modem times the prevailing note has been controversial.
Philemon, Tychicus, Onesimus, Colossae, Rome, Paul
(9 days ago) (.. released from prison in Rome and able to travel to Colossae). Epaphras, here in prison with me, sends his greetings: so do Mark, Aristarchus, Demas and Luke, all fellow-workers for God. The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit, amen. PAUL. to top of page
St. Ignatius of Loyola: Autobiography of St. Ignatius
(8 days ago) The visions seemed to take the form of something large, round, and golden. The travelers reached Joppa, and seated on asses, after the custom of that region, they journeyed to Jerusalem. A noble Spanish gentleman, named Didacus Minez, as the pilgrims came in sight of the city, recommended silence and recollection.
John Bunyan: Pilgrim's Progress
(1 days ago) THE NINTH STAGE. And I slept, and dreamed again, and saw the same two pilgrims going down the mountains along the highway towards the city. Now, a little below these mountains, on the left hand, lieth the country of Conceit, from which country there comes into the …
Acts of the Apostles
(6 days ago) The Travel Areas of the Acts of the Apostles & Destinations of Paul's Letters to Churches: CHAPTER 1. Introduction. 1:1-3 - My Dear Theophilus, In my first book I gave you some account of all that Jesus began to do and teach until the time of his ascension. Before he ascended he gave his instructions, through the Holy Spirit, to the special
Paul, Rome, Crete, Malta, Melitus, Arrest
(9 days ago) Map - Paul’s Journey Under Arrest from Palestine to Rome c AD58-61. Map Key: 1. Paul's Journey to Rome as recorded in the Acts f the Apostles. Also in text in [red square brackets] 16.1 PAUL SAILS FOR ITALY; THEY CALL AT CRETE; A TERRIBLE STORM SHIPWRECKS THEM ON MALTA. Acts 27:1-44 - This part includes the last of Luke's four "We" sections
Philomen, Paul, Letter, Onesimus, Slavery
(9 days ago) (.. released from prison in Rome and able to travel to Colossae). Epaphras, here in prison with me, sends his greetings: so do Mark, Aristarchus, Demas and Luke, all fellow-workers for God. The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit, amen. PAUL back to contents
Serving The Lord With Gladness
(4 days ago) 2. Singing, like prayer, ought to be spontaneous, arising whenever the circumstances call for it - cf. Ac 16:25; Ps 34:1-3 3. Sing while you work, travel, or while alone in your private meditations 4. Make use of hymns on tapes or CDs when traveling or meditating 5.
St. Athanasius: On the Incarnation of the Word
(6 days ago) Nobody could travel by land or sea at all unless he was armed with swords, because of their irreconcilable quarrels with each other. Indeed, the whole course of their life was carried on with the weapons, and the sword with them replaced the staff and was the mainstay of all aid. All this time, as I said before, they were serving idols and
Author info: St. Catherine of Siena
(5 days ago) Image Source: Wikipedia. Saint Catherine of Siena was the 25th of the 26 children of a northern Italy wool dyer named Giacomo di Benincasa. She was born on 25 March 1347. The family belonged to the lower-middle class. So, from an extraordinary family, came an extraordinary woman. From an early age, it was apparent that Catherine was different.
Corinthians 2, Pauls Second Letter, Macedonia
(5 days ago) - Paul planned to travel from Ephesus in Asia Minor across the Aegean Sea direct to Corinth in southern Greece; then north to northern Greece - Macedonia, before returning via Corinth. Instead he has gone first to Macedonia, Acts 20:1-3a. It is because of these changes, his …
Paul, Apollos, Ephesus, Priscilla, Aquila, Ephesus
(8 days ago) Paul starts his Third Journey; Apollos in Ephesus, taught by Priscilla & Aquila. 18:23b-28. 9.2. Paul reaches Ephesus and stays for nearly three years. 19:1-22. 9.3. A near riot in Ephesus; Paul travels through Macedonia, south to Greece. 19:23-41; 20:1-3a.
C. H. Spurgeon: Spurgeon's Sermons Volume 55: 1909
(3 days ago) Travel through the world as a sincere philanthropist, with your feet shod with love to all born of woman and your course will be happy and honorable. God grant us that loving spirit which comes of free Grace and is the work of the Holy Spirit, for that is a mystic sandal which gives wings to …
Corinthians, 1, Pauls First Letter
(7 days ago) 10.35 paul's immediate travel plans from ephesus including visiting corinth 1 Corinthians 16:5-9 - I shall come to you after my intended journey through Macedoni a (Acts 20:1-2a) and I may stay with you awhile or even spend the winter with you.
Acts of the Apostles
(6 days ago) ACTS of the APOSTLES. (Part 6 of 6, chapters 21:16-28:31) Paul's Arrest in Jerusalem & Journey to Rome. 21:16-25 - Some of the disciples from Caesarea accompanied us and they brought us to the house of Mnason, a native of Cyprus and one of the earliest disciples, with whom we were going to stay. On our arrival at Jerusalem the brothers gave us
Maps, Acts, Apostles, Philip, Samaritans, Ethiopian, Eunuch
(7 days ago) He was sitting in his carriage reading the prophet Isaiah. The Spirit said to Philip, "Approach this carriage, and keep close to it." - Philip (Acts 8:30-38 following) explains a prophecy of Isaiah, preaches the Gospel of Jesus, and at the eunuch's request, baptises him. The …
1 Timothy Introduction
(7 days ago) Paul was released and allowed to travel for several years before being arrested again and finally put to death by Nero. It is possible to conjecture from several references in his epistles that he went to places like Philippi (Php 1:26; 2:24), Colosse (Phm 22), and even Spain (Ro 15:24,28).
W.M. Ramsay: Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia
(Just Now) The former of these alternatives is evidently too cumbrous, as it would make several messengers travel simultaneously along the same road bearing the same message. It is therefore necessary to admit a distinction between primary and secondary circuits, the former starting from Ephesus, the latter from various points on the primary circuit.
Severus of Antioch: A collection of letters from numerous
(7 days ago) For example, to walk and travel in bodily form upon |10 the earth is without contention human; but to bestow on those who are maimed in the feet and cannot walk upon the ground at all the power of walking like sound persons is God-befitting. Yet the one Word incarnate performed the latter and the former, and the one nature did not perform the
Paul, Missionary, Macedonia, Troas, Assos, Miletus
(6 days ago) 14.2 PAUL GOES OVERLAND TO ASSOS, AND SAILS TO MILETUS. THERE HE MEETS THE ELDERS FROM EPHESUS. Acts 20:13-18a - Meanwhile we had gone aboard the ship and sailed on ahead for Assos, intending to pick up Paul there, for that was the arrangement he had made, since he himself had planned to go overland. When he met us on our arrival at Assos [10
World Wide Study Bible 2 Corinthians 5
(4 days ago) The apostle considers himself, while in the body, as living among such a sort of people as dwell in bodies, a like sort of people to himself, and would be no longer a home — dweller with them, but travel away from them, to join and be a dweller with another people.
The Book of Enoch, Section III
(Just Now) Section III.Chapters LXXII-LXXXII The Book of the Heavenly Luminaries. [1 The book of the courses of the luminaries of the heaven, the relations of each, according to their classes, their dominion and their seasons, according to their names and places of origin, and according to their months, which Uriel, the holy angel, who was with me, who is their guide, showed me; and he showed me all
World Wide Study Bible 1 Corinthians 16
(6 days ago) 173 By the patine or paten, is meant the plate or salver on which the wafer or bread was placed in the observance of the mass. The term is made use of by Dr. Stillingfleet in his “Preservative from Popery,” (title 7, chapter 5,) in speaking of the practice of the Church of Rome in the adoration of the host: “The priest in every mass, as soon as he has consecrated the bread and wine, with
Author info: John Woolman
(3 days ago) Deeply pious, he became a recorded minister of the Society of Friends (1743) and for thirty-seven years served as chairman for the quarterly business meeting in Burlington County. He began to travel extensively, thirty-nine trips in twenty-five years, ministering to Quaker communities throughout the Thirteen Colonies.
HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH*
(7 days ago) He assumes all "travel-document," which was written down under the immediate influence of Paul, and underlies the account in The Acts of the Apostles (Acts. 13–21), which he calls "an authority of the highest character for an historian of Asia Minor" (p. 168).
Philip Schaff: History of the Christian Church, Volume II
(9 days ago) You may travel over the world, and you may find cities without walls, without king, without mint, without theatre or gymnasium; but you will never find a city without God, without prayer, without oracle, without sacrifice. Sooner may a city stand without foundations, than a state without belief in the gods.