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Remind of Jesus’ Passion

How to Write a Gospel
Inheritance Class of Grace Bible Church
Dr. Gene Pond
Summer 2010

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To know how to write a gospel:

Know Why to Write It Know What
and How to Compose it to Include in It

1.  Definition 5.  Discourses

A gospel is a writing that describes
2.  Purpose the life, ministry,
6.  Miracles
death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.
3.  Accuracy 7.  Parables
The Passion is the sufferings of Jesus
4.  Introduction 8.  Old Testament links
in the period following the Last Supper
and including
9.  Receiving Jesus the Crucifixion.
11. Prophecies

10. Making disciples 12. Passion


The death of Christ was no surprise

Intimations about the Infant

Joseph’s dream: “You will name him
Jesus, because he will save his people
from their sins.” Matt 1:21

Simeon to Mary: “This child is

destined to be the cause of the
falling and rising of many in Israel
and to be a sign that will be rejected.
Indeed, as a result of him the
thoughts of many hearts will be
revealed—and a sword will pierce
your own soul as well!” Luke 2:35

They gave him gifts of gold,

frankincense, and myrrh. Matt 2:11


The Role of the Lamb of God

  John the Baptist

John 1:29

  The Son of Man

must be lifted up
John 3:14-15

  A life given to
produce new life
John 12:24

  He would draw all

people to Himself
John 12:32

Matthew Mark Luke

16:21-23 8:31-33 9:21-22
17:22-23 9:30-32 9:43-45
20:17-19 10:32-34 18:31-34

Jesus Predicted His Passion

Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem, and the Son of Man will
be betrayed to the chief priests and to the scribes; and they
will condemn Him to death and deliver Him to the Gentiles,
and they will mock Him, and scourge Him, and spit on Him, and
kill Him. And the third day He will rise again. Mark 10:33-34

For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to
serve, and to give His life a ransom for many. Mark 10:45


Signs of Christ’s Sacrifice and Success

John 2:18-22 Matthew 12:38-42

The death of Christ was on schedule


Matt Mark Luke John

26:14-35 14:10-31 22:3-38 13–14

The Last Supper

Judas bargained

The disciples made ready

Jesus washed

Jesus revealed and Judas left

Jesus predicted Peter’s denial

Jesus invested meaning

in bread and cup
(see also 1 Cor 11:23-26)

Farewell Discourse in the Upper Room

The Betrayal in the Garden

The final discourse on the way to Gethsemane

Christ’s intercessory prayer for his disciples Matt Mark Luke John
His prayer in agony 26:30, 14:26, 22: 15:1–
Jesus is betrayed, arrested, and forsaken
36-56 32-52 39-53 18:12


Question Jesus Retort

Disciples and Nothing was Struck with
teaching secret hand
False (no reply) “Can you
witnesses: not answer
destroy the these
temple witnesses?”
Are you the I am; and Clothes rent;
Christ, the you shall see “You have
Son of the the Son of heard his
blessed? man coming blasphemy!”

The Three Jewish Trials

Before Annas Peter’s denials

Before Caiaphas Judas’ remorse

Matt Mark Luke John
26:57– 14:53– 22: 18:
Before the Sanhedrin
27:10 15:1 54-71 12-27

The Three Jewish Trials

Before Annas Peter’s denials

Before Caiaphas Judas’ remorse

Matt Mark Luke John
26:57– 14:53– 22: 18:
Before the Sanhedrin
27:10 15:1 54-71 12-27


Before Pilate the first time

Before Herod

Before Pilate the second time

Matt Mark Luke John
27:2, 15: 23: 18:28–

The Three Roman Trials

11-26 1-15 1-25 19:16

On the Via

Matt Mark Luke John

27: 15: 23: 19:
27-34 16-23 26-33 16-17


Under Roman

as “king”

of Cyrene

“Daughters of

Golgotha (Aramaic)
Kraniou Topos (Greek)
Calvariæ Locus (Latin)
On the Via
The Place of the Skull

The Death of the Christ

His visage was marred more than any man

He was despised and rejected by men
Surely He has borne our griefs
Yet we esteemed Him smitten by God.
The Lord has laid on Him
the iniquity of us all
Yet it pleased God to bruise Him.

Matt Mark Luke John

27:35-56 15:24-37 23:33-46 19:18-30