The four-gospel accounts of Yeshua’s crucifixion and third-day resurrection do not seem to flow chronologically as we might like them to.

Collectively, the four gospel narratives appear moderately disjointed and, in some cases, totally confusing! Suppose you have done any detailed comparison readings of the chronology of Yeshua’s final Passover week, as many biblical scholars have done throughout the centuries. In that case, you will inevitably run across many chronological inconsistencies. As you try to follow the events and make good sense of them, you will know precisely what I am talking about.

With today’s podcast, Episode 123, and Part 10, I will continue analyzing the final week of Yeshua’s ministry week leading up to his crucifixion and third-day resurrection. In today’s program, I will point out the biblical rules of the Passover as they are written about in Exodus 12:8 and Exodus 12:18. I will compare those Passover rules with the timeline of Yeshua’s last week in Luke 22:1-2, Matthew 26:1-2, John 13:27-30, and Mark 14:12. In doing so, I believe it will help all of us develop some good clarity about what is really going on.

To help you follow along with today’s lesson, I encourage you to navigate my website and access a copy of the Chronology Calendar of Events on Exhibits “A” and “B.” You will likely need this if you want to follow the biblical study material I’ll share today. Here is a link to access the page where you can find the podcast study helps: