Mary visits the tomb and finds that Jesus is not there.
. Jesus went to the Garden of Gethsemane to suffer for our sins and to pray to God. People came with swords and arrested Him.
Jesus Christ taught wherever he went
: “The more we know about the Savior’s ministry and mission—the more we understand His doctrine and what He did for us—the more we know that He can provide the power that we need in our lives.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
Jesus walked from Bethany to Jerusalem. He rode into the city on a donkey, as a verse in the Old Testament said He would. People recognized Him as their King, shouting, “Hosanna,” and laying down palm leaves in front of the donkey to keep dust from getting on the Savior. Jesus visited the temple and then returned to Bethany.
Jesus was resurrected! He had risen from the tomb. An angel descended from heaven and rolled away the stone. Jesus told His disciples to teach and baptize others and promised to always be with them.
Jesus was taken to the high priest, Caiaphas. Jesus’s disciple Peter denied that he knew Him. Jesus was questioned by the governor, Pilate, and by the king, Herod. He was condemned to die on the cross. Jesus was crucified. A rich man named Joseph laid Jesus in his tomb. Jesus’s mother, Mary, and Mary Magdalene visited the tomb.
Jesus Christ healed people who were lame or blind. He is and always be our friend.
“When you do family history, it seems like they are not a number anymore—they are real people. You learn to love them.”
““Working together is akin to praying together.”
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