Daily reading

Today’s reading is: Mt. 26:36-56; Mk. 14:32-52; Lk. 22:35-53; Jn. 18:1-14


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Matthew Chapter Twenty-Six

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    4. Jesus instructed 8 of the Disciples to wait while He took Peter, James, & John for a prayer meeting in Gethsemane (Matt. 26:36-46).
    5. The betrayal takes place (vv.47-50) and Peter (Jn. 18:10) steps forward to insist on his will over the Father’s will (Matt. 26:51-54).
    6. The Lord allowed Himself to be taken, and His Disciples fled (Matt. 26:55-56).

(Chapter Twenty-Six continues tomorrow)

Mark Chapter Fourteen

(Outline continues from Day 312)

  1. Marks account of the arrest of Jesus in Gethsemane contains a detail not found in any other Gospel record—a young man who fled naked from the scene (Mk. 14:43-52).  Most believe that this young man was John-Mark himself.

(Chapter Fourteen continues tomorrow)

Luke Chapter Twenty-Two

(Outline continues from Day 312)

  1. As they prepared to depart, Jesus instituted different procedures than they followed in earlier ministry (Lk. 22:35-38; cf. 9:1-6; 10:1-4).
  2. Jesus went to the Mt. of Olives for prayer, where the betrayer engineered His arrest (Lk. 22:39-53).

(Chapter Twenty-Two continues tomorrow)

John Chapter Eighteen

  1. John records the most thorough account of the Garden of Gethsemane (Jn. 18:1-12). It includes a triple I AM declaration (vv.5,6,8) so common in the fourth Gospel (Jn. 4:26; 6:20,35,41,48,51; 8:12,18,24,28,58; 9:9; 10:7,9,11,14; 11:25; 13:19; 14:6; 15:1,5).

(Chapter Eighteen continues tomorrow)