EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Topical Index)

Child, Children (adults as) - Christ (events of earthly life of)

Child, Children (adults as)

Child, Children (adults as)

acting like unruly, before the world TDG 332:5

being like, hanging on Christ’s merits 3SM 193:3

Christ approached in the simplicity of TMK 341:3

come to God as a, to parents, instead of sharing trials TMK 279:5

death of unprepared, caused sadness but worry is wrong TDG 233:6

disciples to become as, in malice not understanding TDG 182:3

financial help for, may be unwise TSB 72

gifts through Christ’s blood for those who come as TMK 339:5

God deals with us as His little OHC 85:5

in God’s hands; mourning dishonors God TDG 58:4

little, we are the Lord’s; He leads and upholds TDG 216:3

salvation for those with humility and simplicity of OHC 77:3

simplicity and being natural like TDG 182:3

Spirit of God striving with TDG 39:5

striving like, unconcerned about work for souls TDG 326:4

submission to God in being like RY 48:3

trust as,

and draw nearer to Jesus and heaven daily OHC 326:5

and obey HP 72:7

you are God’s little UL 142:6

Children and youth

Children and youth

character development of, cultivating mind LHU 91:4

Christ and the Father are best friends for LHU 79:5

Christ understands, by experience LHU 91:7

interest in, important; lambs of Christ RC 373:6

love of Christ kept prominent before VSS 342:0

obedience of young Jesus was example for, more than Calvary LHU 33:2

soul saving work by LHU 91:7

truth to be taught to TDG 131:4

understanding of, spiritual as well as temporal TDG 253:3

value and Christ’s ownership to be sensed by TMK 41:2

Childbearing

Childbearing, every year is great injustice to mother AH 163; 2SM 425

too frequent, consequence of 2SM 431

Childbirth

Childbirth, women at, midwives or women physicians should attend CH 365; MM 61; 9T 176

See also Birth

Childhood

Childhood, answers to blade in parable COL 84; CT 142; Ed 107

better part of child’s nature must not be perverted and dwarfed in 3T 539

bringing up in, child’s whole religious experience is affected by 1T 219

channel of light in, Samuel as 2BC 1010

character formed in, child’s entire religious experience is influenced by 1T 390

character is determined to great extent in CH 112; 4T 574

character is most impressible in DA 101; MYP 134

children are most ready during, to receive impressions AH 469

children should be taught in: to bear burdens CT 122

to exercise self-control CG 116; 2T 74

to practice economy 4T 454

to practice self-denial CG 116

Christ’s See Christ

diet in CD 225-47

do not act as if children are not to accept Christ in DA 517

earliest, Satan begins to work on children from CG 474

education received in: affects entire business career in mature life 3T 148

molds religious experience 4T 202

religious experience bears stamp of 3T 148

salvation of children depends largely on CG 27

whole life depends on CG 120

experience in God’s service may be had in SD 256

faculty of imitation is most active in CG 215

fifth commandment is binding upon 2T 80

first six or seven years of, physical training needs special attention during 2SM 437

first steps in intemperance are usually taken in Te 178, 270

formation of character during AH 261

forming good habits in, importance of 4T 92

generous and loving impulses of, must be encouraged DA 516

genuine, some people have never had CG 212

good or bad lessons of, not learned in vain 4T 201

habits and practices of, shape child’s future life CG 107

habits formed in: child’s future well-being depends to great degree on CT 295; FE 67; MYP 233

determine character to great extent 4T 574

exert more influence than any natural endowment 4T 574

have most to do with direction of life MH 380

have most to do with formation of character MH 380

influence of CH 112

has beauty peculiarly its own COL 84; CT 142

impressions received in, become principle of action in mature life 3T 119

infirmities, list of CT 207

instruction needed in AH 265

instructions given in, follow children all through life 1T 390, 393, 686

lessons learned during, are most important of child’s life MH 380

may be blessing throughout lifetime CG 44

lessons learned in, have most to do with direction of life MH 380

have most to do with formation of character MH 380

little endearments essential during AH 197

most abiding impressions may be made in 1BC 1097

neglect of education in, results of 5T 23-4

never hurry children out of CG 204

no natural death in, recorded by Moses CD 117

persons whose better nature was stifled in DA 516

perversities natural to, weed out CT 123

relaxed discipline in, learning cannot undo CG 202

results of wrong child training begin to appear in CG 491

scenes and transactions of, are remembered longest SD 78

second, parents who have entered AH 362

self-control should be developed in AH 15; MYP 134

should be spent free from artificial excitement ML 299

some children straying because of neglect in, will come to their senses CT 112

studies selected for, physiology should occupy first place in CH 38

sympathies of, results of suppressing 3T 539

temperance should be practiced in AH 15

tender years of, are years of heavy responsibility for parents CT 158

things seen and heard in, deeply impress children’s minds CG 302

training received during, affects man’s religious experience 2SM 440

results of neglect of PP 578-9

trials and temptations of, Christ knows by experience ML 317

unfortunate experience in persons who have had CG 212-3

untrained and undisciplined, results of blunders of CT 112-3

virtuous habits should be formed in AH 15

voice of, home that was not gladdened by PP 569-70

woman who had been petted and favored from 2T 230

wrong education given in, church suffers from CG 550

wrong habits formed in, often cling for life CG 27

youth and, Jews regarded twelfth year as dividing line between DA 75

youth should be taught lesson of economy in 4T 454

youth’s characters are molded in AH 15

Supplement

Christ,

a perfect pattern of FLB 219:4

began usefulness in TMK 155:3

left a perfect example for RC 37:3

passed through, without stain HP 214:5

early,

destiny shaped by parents in TMK 40:4

mothers should be able to teach wisely during 3SM 214:5

faith of, appeal to son Edson to maintain TDG 310

impressions to be made for right in TMK 39:4

learning in: industry, self-reliance, tact, etc. OHC 263:4

working for God in UL 204:4

See also Children, young; Life, early; Youth, early

Childishness

Childishness

See Feelings, childish

Childlike

Childlike, disciple who is most, is most efficient in labor for God DA 436

Childlike attribute, Childlike attributes

Childlike attribute, Childlike attributes, that heaven values DA 437

Child of day, Children of day

Child of day, Children of day, few people can be called 5T 10

Child of God, Children of God

Child of God, Children of God

1. Classes of

2. Miscellaneous

1. Classes of

earthly, God’s heart yearns over SC 21

loyal, seeks to know truth TM 137

poorest and lowliest, Christ sympathizes with 4T 620

rebellious, how God deals with His 4aSG 51-2; 2SM 333-4

trembling, Christ watches over DA 329

true: are neat and clean CH 102

persons who are MB 149-50

Satan does not treat, well 3T 526

what it means to be PK 233-4

will be harassed and sorely beset 3T 526

willing to go where duty calls MH 502

unwary, crafty men lie in wait to deceive 3T 427

weakest of, God’s care is over PP 300

2. Miscellaneous

are: begotten by Spirit MB 78

one family the world over PP 132

one great brotherhood the world over 3T 52

wise and powerful according to their reliance on His wisdom and power 2T 139

being, means more than many suppose SD 293

belong to different nation the empire of purity and holiness TM 442

blessings of GC 476; SD 372

bound to Him by most tender and abiding ties DA 327

cared for by Him 2T 72

characteristics of TM 442

conditions by which men become, obedience and submission are 3T 365

dear to His heart DA 327

doing and not saying merely is expected of DA 504

emotional spasms do not make us WM 38

esteem it great honor to be called SD 28

every soul is DA 825

evidence that a person is SD 193; 4T 188

exalted privileges of being 3T 458

great honor and privilege conferred upon us as SD 22

has much to learn re himself 4T 485

how to become SC 51-2; 1T 17; 3T 371-2

illustration of what, are to be PK 489

insignia of MB 75

man must separate from world in order to become SD 8

men are, by creation and redemption ML 91

men are not, unless such entirely SC 44

men become, by entering into covenant with Christ SD 15

only through Christ SD 12

most critical part of pilgrimage of, has been reached SD 190

never absent from His mind DA 313

never forget that we are MH 253

never led otherwise by Him than they would choose DA 224

not left alone and defenseless COL 172

not yet placed in control of their inheritance MB 110

ought to: advance in resemblance to Christ TM 122

live by His life MB 78

love one another truly, sincerely, and unaffectedly SD 101

partake of His nature MB 75

people who are not 3T 529

pledged to cultivate and perpetuate Christian love and fellowship SD 293

privileges of DA 327; GC 476; SD 8, 327; 2T 592

proof that we are MB 75

provisions made for every 2T 644

relationship of, to Him is more sacred than that of angels ML 365

royal birth and high destiny as, God wants us to remember our FE 428

should be: actively engaged in helping others PK 171

missionaries 4T 554

sinners become, by repentance and faith in Christ PP 64, 66

Spirit alone can make degraded child of sin a COL 96-7

Spirit bears witness with our spirit that we are SD 193

steps sinners must take to become 4T 40-1

submission by, must be proportionate to gift of Christ 3T 369

sure result of becoming 1SM 137

transformation of character that makes man a COL 342

we have been chosen to become COL 142

what greater rank could men hold than that of being? SD 15

what it means to be called MB 105

will be amply recompensed for losses sustained on earth COL 180

work to be done by, as long as they are in world 3T 378

wrong done to, is done to Christ PK 652

you cannot mingle with worldlings and be 2T 44

See also People of God; Son

Child (children) of world

Child (children) of world,

called children of darkness 1T 279

indulgences that separate men from God and make them 4T 633

parents whom God counts as AH 434

Child-preacher, Child preachers

Child-preacher, Child preachers, advent doctrine proclaimed in Scandinavia by GC 366-7

Children

Children See Child

Children of Satan

Children of Satan, See Satan

Children’s meeting, Children’s meetings

Children’s meeting, Children’s meetings, at camp meetings Ev 150, 582-4; 6T 105-7

held twice a day 6T 105

needed daily 6T 105

kindergarten methods should be used in Ev 583

object of, conversion of children is Ev 582-4; 6T 105

is not merely to entertain Ev 582-4; 6T 105

short remarks and to point are most effective in 2T 420

Chill, Chills

Chill, Chills, abuse of body that causes 2T 69

fevers and: conditions that bring on 2T 68

highly seasoned flesh food causes 4aSG 126

nature’s attempt to rid herself of burdens by 2T 68-9

ten-year-old child afflicted with CD 241

JW and EGW attacked with 1T 109-10

Chilliness

Chilliness, nux vomica produces 2SM 446-7

of cool evening, extra clothing may be needed for 2T 527

on head and back of neck, strychnine causes 4aSG 138

sense of, pregnant woman should be protected against 2T 382

sense of, experienced by Adam and Eve after they sinned 3SG 46

Chilling

Chilling, of ankles, catarrh and scrofulous swellings caused by 2SM 477

of body’s sensitive portions, leaving extremities unprotected or insufficiently clad causes MH 382

of extremities, makes heart do double work 2SM 470

of limbs and arms, blood driven to lungs and head by 2SM 468

ill effects of 2SM 467

quick, of limbs and extremities caused by overeating MH 307

Chin

Chin, tobacco-stained 4aSG 127

China

China, cry ascending from COL 179; Ed 262-3

firmament of chosen ones in, God has PK 189

gospel work in 8T 87

herb of, abstain from CH 441; Te 82

Macedonian cry from GW 465

millions in, truth not heard by 9T 51

missionary in, supported by American businessman GW 466; 6T 30

miss. work needed in FE 208-9; LS 338

persons going as missionaries to LS 374

language study needed by 6T 25

talking about, what not to forget in Ev 415

tea from, not needed 2SM 301

Chinese

Chinese, obedient, loved by Christ regardless of color ChS 218; 2SM 342

Chisel

Chisel, hammer and, characters reformed by 4T 496

Chitchat

Chitchat, common, youth warned against 2T 180

frivolous See Frivolous chitchat

frivolous and idle 5T 387

vain and frivolous, Christian religion is above ML 211; MYP 364

Chloe

Chloe AA 300, 302; 5T 65, 684

Choice

Choice, all men decide their destiny by their own Ed 178; PK 536

Christ saves no man against his 3T 457

destiny of the wicked is fixed by their own GC 543

each soul is left to his own, to choose Christ or Satan 1SM 96

failure of men to make, to be Christians SC 48

freedom of: every man has DA 258

given to all men by God DA 258; PK 511; SC 43-4

gospel workers warned against undue restraint of 5T 725

inhabitants of other worlds have EW 40

man is endowed with 1BC 1107; 4BC 1159; MH 93

man is given, to choose whom he will serve DA 466

man’s obedience would have been forced without PP 49

no development of character without PP 49

to deprive man of, would rob him of prerogative as intelligent being PP 331-2

man can make, of Christ or world 2T 494

Moses made, of “durable riches of righteousness” Ed 68-9

Paul was satisfied with his Ed 68

power of: God gave Adam and Eve Ed 23

God has given to man COL 56; GW 174; MH 176; SC 47

God respects man’s privilege to exercise DA 458

is man’s to exercise MH 176; SC 47

left with men 3T 428

man cannot develop character without Ed 23

man has, between right and wrong CSW 22

man is endowed with EW 221; 1T 153; 2T 570

will is Ed 289; Te 113

man’s, alone can break tie binding him to Christ SC 72

man’s freedom to exercise power of, in Christian life SC 72

man’s future state depends of his 1T 196

sinner destroys himself by his own DA 764

you can make, to serve God SC 47

youth determines his life history by exercise of CG 196

youth must make for himself the, that shapes his life Ed 202

youth’s, of associates MYP 31

Supplement

all are making, to be inside or outside of City of Light RC 303:3

atmosphere, a matter of TMK 243:4

between broad and narrow ways OHC 8:2, 11:3

between selfishness and purity of Christ TSB 136:2

call for, to one who had light UL 345:3

character determined by HP 47:3

Christ given, whether to drink cup of suffering TDG 49:6

daily, between being servants of Christ or Satan OHC 15:6

during Satan’s time of control UL 39:4

freedom of,

always present TMK 361:2

given to Adam and Eve TMK 14:2

given to all HP 361:4

God wants us to have HP 286:5

gift of, for clear conscience and pure purpose TMK 290:2

given; some in publication office reason like Satan PM 69:3

life and character show, to lose or gain heaven OHC 44:4

power of, Scriptures appeal to 1MCP 92:2

present, future influenced for good or evil by 2MCP 421:2

probation is when every soul makes HP 196:6

right or wrong UL 140:5

ruler of heart and mind is by our OHC 319:4

satanic agencies make, when deciding which testimony is from God 3SM 70:3

security in, with God UL 48:5

to love and serve God TMK 366:2

Choir, Choirs

Choir, Choirs, amid anthems of celestial, God hears cries of weakest human being COL 174

heavenly

approach harmony of VSS 430:3

meditate to catch themes of TMK 273:4

praise from, around the throne HP 94:7

prepare character to join HP 369:2

practice and harmony needed in VSS 434:2

Levite, led song service at Feast of Tabernacles DA 448; PP 412

singing by: at dedication of temple 2BC 1030; SR 194

in temple services 4aSG 114

simple hymns sung by congregation have more charm than Ev 509

worldly, that sings for money Ev 509

Cholera

Cholera, epidemic of, in 1849-50 LS 124, 137; 2SG 113, 138

in 1852 LS 143-6; 2SG 165-6, 171-3

flesh food causes 4aSG 147; 2SM 418

James Edson White sick with LS 144-5; 2SG 165-6

symptoms of 2SG 138

EGW dreamed that JW would be spared from LS 124; 2SG 113-4

JW sick with LS 137; 2SG 138-40

Choose

Choose, man must, to be Christian SC 47-8

you can make yourself what you 2T 565

Choosing

Choosing, importance of, to serve God MH 176

result of, to follow inclination MYP 212

Chorazin

Chorazin, Christ reproved 1SM 142-3

truth rejected by 1SM 142-3

Chord, Chords

Chord, Chords, answering: parental affection would touch, in children’s hearts 1T 385

spirit of unselfish love in heaven would find no, in sinner’s soul SC 17

spirit which found in Christ no DA 387

temptation from without finds within heart an CT 425; MH 451; 8T 312

invisible, humble worker moved by Spirit will touch DA 823

pain that touches no responsive, in human heart DA 483

that will make melody throughout eternal ages MH 159

vibrations of, that will ring to ends of earth MH 159

Chorus

Chorus, of thanksgiving, swelled by hundreds of Israelite voices PP 538

redeemed will unite voices in, of praise to God GC 678; SR 433

singing of, during Feast of Tabernacles PP 412

Chosen

Chosen, you are, however sinful you may be FE 251

Supplement

belief that we are, to be saved through grace OHC 77:2

people, See People, chosen

Chosen ones

Chosen ones, God has in reserve firmament of, that will yet shine PK 189

Chow-chow

Chow-chow, fiery, nervous girl who liked FE 150-1

Christ (events of earthly life of)

Christ (events of earthly life of)

1. From His birth to His baptism in autumn of A.D. 27

2. From autumn of A.D. 27 to spring of A.D. 28

3. From spring of A.D. 28 to spring of A.D. 29

4. From spring of A.D. 29 to spring of A.D. 30

5. From spring of A.D. 30 to spring of A.D. 31

6. Crucifixion week in spring of A.D. 31

7. From His resurrection to His ascension 40 days later in A.D. 31

1. From His birth to His baptism in autumn of A.D. 27 DA 31-91

angel’s announcement to Mary re birth of 5BC 1114, 1128; DA 81-2, 98, 145; 1SM 226-7

angel’s announcement to Zacharias re DA 98

John the Baptist born as forerunner of See John the Baptist

birth of DA 43-8; GC 313-4

in Bethlehem 2BC 1018; 7BC 903, 915; COL 83; CT 141; DA 43-5, 62, 231, 759; Ed 107; Ev 421; EW 110; FE 401; GC 313, 339-40; MB 1; ML 363; PK 697; PP 475, 637; 1SM 250; Te 284

in land of Judea DA 820

more than 1,000 years after David’s birth PP 637

cradled in manger DA 48-9, 63, 569; EW 108-9, 153; FE 406; PP 637

angels announced birth of, to shepherds 5BC 1115; DA 47-9, 231, 308, 780; EW 153; GC 46, 314-5, 339-40; MH 477; ML 363; 1SM 250; Te 284

circumcision of DA 50

dedication of, at temple in Jerusalem CS 160, 176; DA 50-8

40 days after birth DA 50

name of, inscribed on roll of first-born DA 52

Simeon’s prophetic testimony re 5BC 1116; DA 55, 231; 4T 55

Anna’s prophecy re DA 55, 231

wise men (Magi) of East visited AH 481; 2BC 1018; 5BC 1077; CS 176, 297; CT 60; DA 59-64, 231; GC 315; PP 637; 7T 143

Herod the Great inquired re DA 61-2

taken from Bethlehem to Egypt by parents DA 64-6, 541

babes of Bethlehem slain by Herod the Great in effort to destroy DA 65-6, 80, 759; GC 438

Herod the Great died DA 66

Archelaus became king of Judea DA 66

taken from Egypt to Nazareth by parents DA 66

as child in Nazareth DA 66-74; Ed 77; FE 400-2; MH 365-6, 399-400; MYP 78; 7T 101

attended Passover Feast at Jerusalem when 12 years old 5BC 1118-9; COL 282-3; DA 75-83, 89, 109, 146-7, 486, 539; Ev 140; FE 400, 438; GW 111; MH 19; ML 299; MYP 78; SD 129, 134; 6T 75, 202; TM 190

returned from Jerusalem to Nazareth DA 82

as youth and young man at Nazareth 5BC 1088; CG 359; CT 49-50, 276-7; DA 82-92, 752; Ed 267-8; FE 142, 402-3; MH 349-51; ML 56; MYP 78-9; SD 129; 3T 566; 4T 109

for 18 years 5BC 1119; DA 75, 82; SD 129

2. From autumn of A.D. 27 to spring of A.D. 28 DA 97-153

John the Baptist preached and baptized at Jordan DA 109

more than three years before Pharisees asked “when the kingdom of God should come” DA 506

went from Nazareth to Jordan to be baptized DA 109

baptism of, by John the Baptist in Jordan 5BC 1077-9; CG 525; DA 109-13, 136, 625, 746; EW 153-5; GC 347, 666; SD 133; 1SM 227, 271, 274; 2SM 238; 3T 372; 4T 40, 42-3; Te 274, 284

about two months before wedding feast at Cana DA 145

in autumn of A.D. 27 DA 233; GC 327-8, 345-7, 410; PK 699

483 years after decree issued by Artaxerxes I (Longimanus) went into effect in 457 B.C. DA 233; GC 327, 345-7, 410; PK 698-9

three and a half years before His death DA 233; GC 327-8, 410; PK 699

seven years before apostles turned to Gentiles with gospel DA 233; GC 327, 410; PK 699

seven years before Stephen’s death in A.D. 34 DA 233; GC 327-8; PK 699

anointed as Messiah by descent of Spirit 5BC 1078-9; DA 111-3, 142, 233, 406, 625, 746; EW 153; GC 327, 347, 410; ML 260; PK 699; 1SM 227, 271, 274; 2SM 238

John the Baptist preached at Bethabara beyond Jordan DA 132

more than three years before Jesus’ discourse on outward show DA 506

when John was 30 years old DA 133

tempted by Satan in wilderness 4BC 1163; 5BC 1079-83, 1119; 6BC 1074; 7BC 927, 929-30; CS 144, 209-10; CT 27; DA 114-31, 416, 746; EW 155-8; FE 176; GC 50, 501, 554, 559, 666; GW 341; MH 181, 333; MYP 52, 58; PK 701; PP 679; SD 24, 141, 156, 159; 4aSG 150; 1SM 94-5, 223, 227-8, 252-6, 267-89; 1T 293-4, 341; 2T 286; 3T 324-5, 374, 380, 388, 457, 477, 480, 526; 4T 29, 44-5, 257, 293, 379, 576; 6T 14; 8T 209; 9T 148; Te 19-20, 161, 267, 275-6, 282, 285

during fast of 40 days 5BC 1079-80, 1082; CD 169-70, 189; DA 114, 117-8; EW 155; MH 48, 333; 4aSG 150; 1SM 227, 269, 272, 408; 2T 286; Te 275-6, 285

when fasting nearly six weeks CD 167, 186; MM 264; 1SM 227, 272; 3T 372, 380, 486; 4T 32, 293

when He had fasted a long time GC 666; SD 141; 2T 202; 4T 293; Te 161

delegation sent from Sanhedrin to investigate work of John the Baptist DA 132-6, 231

30 years after birth of John the Baptist DA 133

angels provided food for, after His temptation DA 131; EW 158; 1SM 288

returned from wilderness of temptation to John the Baptist DA 136-7

John the Baptist’s testimony re DA 134-6

John the Baptist pointed to, as Lamb of God DA 112, 137-8

began foundation of Christian church DA 141

first five disciples of DA 138-43, 231; Ed 87

Andrew and John DA 138-9, 141

Peter DA 139, 141

Philip DA 139, 141; SC 78

Nathanael DA 139-43; Ev 446; SC 91; 6T 37, 428; TM 110

returned from Jordan to Galilee DA 139, 144; GC 327

at wedding feast in Cana AH 99-100, 341; 5BC 1132; DA 144-53, 486; MH 333, 356; ML 186; Te 98, 193

having been separated from mother for some time DA 144-5

not long after being tempted in wilderness DA 145

two months after leaving Nazareth DA 145

when He was 30 years old DA 147

performed His first miracle DA 148-50; MH 356

quietly withdrew from feast DA 150

at Capernaum DA 154, 238

returned to Nazareth DA 236

after being absent since opening of His ministry DA 236

after having been in Capernaum DA 238

prior to His ministry to woman at well of Samaria DA 194, 196

preached in synagogue at Nazareth AA 416-7; COL 417; DA 196, 236-9, 539, 541; PK 718; 3T 388; 9T 202

people of Nazareth attempted to kill Him DA 239-41, 260, 355; EW 159

led by angels to place of safety DA 240

at Capernaum “not many days” DA 154

3. From spring of A.D. 28 to spring of A.D. 29 DA 154-200

went from Capernaum to Jerusalem DA 154

at Jerusalem during Passover festivities DA 154-5, 165

temple cleansed first time by DA 155-62, 164, 167, 196, 231; GC 474; MB 2; MM 122-3; 2SM 118; 4T 252; 9T 228

three years before second cleansing DA 591, 593

announced Himself as Messiah DA 161; MB 2

taught and healed in temple DA 162-6

praised by children singing in temple courts DA 163; 6T 203

Jewish leaders began to plot to kill DA 164, 167

Sanhedrin rejected DA 167-8; MB 2

interviewed at night by Nicodemus AA 104; 5BC 1136; CSW 64-6; DA 167-77, 415; Ev 289; FE 459, 517; SC 57; 6T 154-5; TM 367-70

on Mt. of Olives DA 168; Ed 231

three years before crucifixion AA 104; DA 176

ministry of, in Judea DA 178, 181, 194, 231; GW 409; MB 2

John the Baptist ministered in Judea DA 178-81

went from Jerusalem to region about Jordan DA 178

baptism of people by disciples of DA 178-9

John the Baptist testified that, must increase DA 178-82

Jewish leaders tried to create strife between followers of, and those of John the Baptist DA 181

dignitaries at Jerusalem disapproved work of DA 194, 196

left Judea to go to Galilee DA 181, 183, 194, 196; MB 2

ministered to Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well AA 19, 106; 5BC 1134; DA 183-95; Ed 231; Ev 267-8; GW 194-5; MH 27-8, 102-3, 156; ML 227; PP 204, 412-3; 2SM 403; 3T 217-8, 322; 6T 64; 8T 30-1; TM 226, 390

at opening of beautiful vale of Shechem DA 183; PP 204, 499-500

at Sychar AA 19; DA 183; Ed 231

1,700 years after Jacob dug it PP 204

while on His way from Judea to Galilee DA 183, 194

spoke to disciples words of John 4:31-38 DA 191-2; GW 409

four months before time for harvesting grain DA 191

in anticipation of ordination and sending forth of His disciples GW 409

spent two days with Samaritans DA 192-4

went from Sychar to Cana in Galilee DA 183, 196

did not visit Nazareth on His way to Cana DA 196

at Cana again DA 196

after Passover time DA 196

healed Jewish nobleman’s son DA 196-200, 253

went from Galilee to Jerusalem to attend feast DA 201; MB 2

4. From spring of A.D. 29 to spring of A.D. 30 DA 201-394

healed lame man at pool of Bethesda on Sabbath DA 201-4, 231-2, 284, 450, 456; MH 81-5; SC 50-1

arraigned before Sanhedrin on charge of Sabbathbreaking DA 204-13, 231-2, 253, 284, 457; MB 2

accused of blasphemy for saying that God was His Father DA 207-8

popular sentiment kept, from being put to death DA 208

John the Baptist imprisoned by Herod Antipas DA 214-6

before Christ called four disciples to be fishers of men DA 245-6, 249

Levi-Matthew called to discipleship COL 47; DA 272-4; FE 359; GW 113; MH 479-80

prior to interview of John the Baptist’s disciples with Him DA 276

while John the Baptist was in prison DA 276

rabbis asked apostles why, ate with publicans and sinners DA 275

answer of, re fasting DA 276-7

messengers sent from imprisoned John the Baptist to DA 216-20; MH 34-5

not long after he had pointed to Him as Lamb of God DA 216

taught and healed people while John the Baptist’s messengers watched and listened DA 216-8

John the Baptist’s messengers dismissed by DA 217-8

eulogized John the Baptist DA 218-20

Jewish leaders determine to take life of DA 213

returned to Galilee from Jerusalem DA 231-2, 450; MB 2

one year before crisis came in Galilee DA 393

preached in Galilee DA 231-5

taught multitude on shore of Galilee DA 244-5

from Peter’s boat DA 244

in early morning DA 244

miraculous catch of fish DA 245-9

called four disciples to be fishers of men DA 245-51; Ev 632; FE 359; GW 24, 113; MH 480

while John the Baptist was in prison DA 245, 249

demoniac healed in synagogue at Capernaum DA 253-9; GC 515-6; MH 91-3

on Sabbath DA 253, 259

went to Peter’s home for rest DA 259

at Capernaum MH 29

Peter’s mother-in-law healed by DA 259; MH 29

healed the sick after sunset DA 259; MH 29-30

went out early in the morning to pray alone DA 259-60; MH 30

sought by crowds DA 260-1; MH 30-1

taught beside Sea of Galilee DA 263

healed leper DA 262-6; MH 67-70

ceased from His labors for a time DA 265

spies sent to Capernaum to find pretext for putting, to death DA 265, 284, 286, 395

taught in Peter’s home DA 267; MH 75

paralytic healed at Capernaum DA 267-71; MH 73-9; 6T 234

in Peter’s house DA 267; MH 75

defended disciples plucking grain on Sabbath DA 284-6

healed withered hand on Sabbath at Capernaum DA 286-7

Pharisees were plotting to slay DA 287

first step taken in organizing church AA 18-9; DA 291

ordained 12 apostles AA 18-9; DA 290-7; Ed 93; MB 2-3; GW 409; MH 52-3, 509

beneath sheltering trees DA 290; MH 52-3

on mountain near Sea of Galilee DA 290, 292; MB 4; MH 52-3

soon after daybreak DA 292, 298; MB 4

after some months of ministry in Galilee since second visit to Jerusalem MB 2

after spending all night in prayer DA 292; MB 4; MH 509

Judas Iscariot pressed in for ordination DA 293-4; Ed 93

went to seaside with disciples to minister to crowds DA 298; MB 4

returned to mountainside with disciples and crowds DA 298; MB 4

Sermon on the Mount spoken by 5BC 1083-7; COL 19; DA 298-314; Ed 79-80; FE 407; MB 1-152; MH 52-3; PP 373; 1SM 316-7

after ordaining 12 disciples DA 291, 298; MB 4

in dewy freshness of early morning DA 298; MB 4, 38-9, 95-6

while He and people sat on grass DA 298-9; MB 4

while hillside was green DA 299

when hillsides were bright with flowers MB 38-9, 95

while birds were singing MB 39, 95

while morning sun climbed higher and higher in blue sky MB 38-9

on unnamed mountain MB 1

on mountainside near Sea of Galilee DA 290, 298; MB 1, 4, 38; MH 52-3

more than 1,400 years after Israel had assembled in vale of Shechem in Joshua’s time MB 1

Lord’s Prayer given for first time MB 102-22

some months before apostles alone were given it MB 102

returned to Capernaum DA 316

met by delegation of Jewish elders DA 316

healed Roman centurion’s servant AA 19; DA 315-8; MH 63-6; 4T 233

subsequent to healing of nobleman’s son DA 315-6

healed first blind and dumb man possessed by devil DA 321

Pharisees charged that He cast out devils by prince of devils DA 321

went from Capernaum to Nain DA 318

restored life to dead son of widow of Nain DA 318-20; MH 42

healed second man possessed, dumb, and blind DA 321-2

Pharisees reiterated charge that He cast out devils by prince of devils DA 321-2; PP 405

just after He had healed man possessed, blind, and dumb DA 321

just before His mother and brothers sought Him DA 321

mother and brothers sought Him CH 526-7; DA 321-7

after healing second man possessed, dumb, and blind DA 321

after Pharisees accused Him of casting out devils by prince of devils DA 321-2

invited the heavy-laden to come to Him for rest DA 328-32

nine parables spoken by Sea of Galilee COL 33-79, 95-134; DA 333

prior to stilling tempest DA 333

parable of sower spoken COL 33-61; 3T 111-3

by plain of Gennesaret COL 34

by Sea of Galilee COL 33; DA 333

from fishing boat COL 34

when He was planning to cross Sea of Galilee COL 34

while early grain was being harvested COL 34

while sowers were casting seed into ground COL 34

parable of growing seed spoken COL 62-9; Ed 104-7

following parable of sower COL 62

parable of mustard seed spoken COL 76-9

by Sea of Galilee DA 333

parable of leaven spoken COL 95-102

by Sea of Galilee COL 95; DA 333

parable of wheat and tares spoken COL 70-5; 3T 113-4

by Sea of Galilee DA 333

parable of fish caught in net spoken COL 122-3

by Sea of Galilee DA 333

parable of householder with things new and old was spoken COL 124-34

by Sea of Galilee DA 333

following parable of fish caught in net COL 124

parable of hidden treasure spoken COL 103-14

by Sea of Galilee DA 333

parable of pearl of great price spoken COL 115-21

by Sea of Galilee DA 333

embarked in boat for evening crossing to eastern shore of Sea of Galilee DA 333-4; MH 95

to seek rest DA 334

after having spoken certain parables DA 333

asleep in stern of boat DA 334

stilled tempest on Sea of Galilee DA 333-7, 819; MH 91, 95

Gadarene demoniacs healed by DA 337-41, 404; GC 514-5; MH 95-9

returned from Gergesa to western shore of Sea of Galilee DA 340, 342

taught and healed by seaside DA 342

feast provided for, at Levi-Matthew’s house 5BC 1120; DA 274-5, 278, 342-3, 361; 6T 173

after His return from Gergesa to western shore of Galilee DA 342

just before He healed woman having issue of blood DA 342-7

just before He restored Jairus’s daughter to life DA 342-3

prior to taking His disciples apart to rest awhile DA 361

explained why He ate with publicans and sinners DA 275; WM 287

explained why His disciples did not fast while those of John the Baptist did DA 275-8

while John the Baptist was still in prison DA 276

parable of putting new cloth on old garment was spoken by DA 278-9

parable of putting new wine in old bottles was spoken by DA 278-9

Jairus requested, to heal his daughter DA 342-3; MH 59

healed woman afflicted with issue of blood COL 358; DA 343-7; MH 59-62, 100; 5T 227-8

on way to house of Jairus DA 343; MH 59

restored life to dead daughter of Jairus COL 358; DA 342-3; MH 59; MM 204

sent 12 apostles out on miss. tour AA 32; CH 497, 530-1, 541, 557; COL 308; CT 465; DA 349-58, 395, 488; Ev 58; LS 302; MH 56, 94, 139; ML 238; MM 249, 253; MYP 217; 3T 450; 4T 234; 6T 292; 9T 34; TM 34; WM 70, 74

to labor only where He had been before them DA 351

preached in other places while apostles were on first miss. tour DA 360, 488

John the Baptist was beheaded DA 221-2, 360-1

while apostles were on first miss. tour DA 360-1; MH 56

subsequent to feast given for Christ by Levi-Matthew DA 276

when His public labors in Galilee could not be long continued DA 361

received news of John the Baptist’s death DA 360-1

12 apostles returned from first miss. tour DA 359-60; MH 56; TM 34

led apostles apart to rest awhile DA 359-63; GW 243; MH 56-8; TM 34

after John the Baptist’s disciples had reported his death and burial to Him DA 361

at place beautiful with fresh green of spring DA 361; MH 56

near Bethsaida DA 361; MH 56

Galilean ministry of, was drawing to close DA 361

rejected at Nazareth second time DA 241-3

toward close of His ministry in Galilee DA 241

rest of, interrupted by inquiring multitudes going to Passover DA 364

5,000 fed CD 271; CT 276; DA 364-78, 405, 407; Ed 107-8, 217, 286; MH 45-50; ML 223; 2T 292; 4T 451, 572-3; 6T 263, 345, 465

while they sat on grass DA 365

on grassy plain DA 377

where there was much grass DA 366

near Bethsaida DA 361, 405, 407; MH 56

by Sea of Galilee CT 276; DA 364; MH 45

at even, when sun sinking in west DA 365; MH 45, 56

in twilight of spring evening DA 377

in springtime when people were assembling to keep Passover DA 364, 377-8

sent apostles by boat to Capernaum DA 378-80

dismissed crowd and went up into mountain to pray DA 378-9

apostles overtaken by violent tempest on Sea of Galilee DA 380-2, 384, 809, 819; 4T 288, 528, 530

walked on stormy sea DA 381, 384, 809, 819; SR 225; 4T 288, 530

in fourth watch of night 4T 528

rescued sinking Peter COL 387; DA 381, 384, 673-4; Ed 88-9; 2T 273; 4T 558

at Gennesaret DA 383-4

preached sermon on bread of life DA 384-91, 673, 719

in synagogue at Gennesaret DA 384, 386

when Jews were about to celebrate Passover DA 388

crisis in Galilean ministry of DA 383-4, 391-3

one year after crisis in Judea DA 393

5. From spring of A.D. 30 to spring of A.D. 31 DA 395-568

did not go to Jerusalem for Passover festivities DA 395, 450-1

another deputation sent to Galilee to spy on DA 395

discussed tradition with scribes and Pharisees DA 395-9; 1SM 30-1

after Passover festivities DA 395

withdrew to region of Phoenicia AA 19; DA 399, 405

after encounter with Pharisees on tradition DA 399

healed Syrophoenician woman’s daughter AA 19; COL 175; DA 399-403; GC 515

went from Phoenicia to Decapolis DA 340-1, 404-5; MH 99

deaf stammerer healed DA 404

fed 4,000 DA 404-5

went from Decapolis to Magdala by boat DA 405

Pilate violently quelled popular tumult in Jerusalem COL 212-3

Sadducees and Pharisees united against DA 405

deputation of Pharisees and Sadducees demand sign of COL 212; DA 405-7

parable of barren fig tree spoken by COL 212-8; DA 495, 584; 5T 250

after discussing signs of times COL 212

after Pilate had violently quelled tumult in Jerusalem COL 212-3

went from Magdala by boat to Bethsaida DA 407-8

warned disciples to beware of leaven of Pharisees and Sadducees DA 407-9

went into one town of Caesarea Philippi DA 411

out of reach of Herod and Caiaphas DA 418

went apart to pray DA 411

Peter confessed, as Son of God DA 411-4, 673

not long before he caught fish with coin in its mouth DA 433

said that one of apostles was a devil DA 655

in year before He instituted Lord’s Supper DA 655

year before Judas Iscariot betrayed Him DA 720

when Peter had declared his loyalty to Him DA 673

told apostles about His coming sufferings and death DA 415, 432; Ed 88

rebuked Peter for contradicting Him 5BC 1095; DA 415-6; Ed 88; 2SM 353

said Christian should take up his cross daily and follow Him DA 416-7

foretold His transfiguration DA 417-8

journeyed six days with disciples along shores of Sea of Galilee DA 418

took three disciples to lonely mountainside to pray at night DA 419-20; MH 509

transfiguration of, at night AA 64, 539; 5BC 1096; DA 419-25, 487, 625, 686; Ed 69; EW 162-4; PK 227; PP 479; 4aSG 58; SL 53; SR 174; 1T 353

by light from gates of City of God DA 421

cast demon out of deaf and dumb boy DA 426-31; GC 515

returned to Capernaum DA 432

to house that was to be His temporary home DA 432

after journeying from Caesarea Philippi through Galilee DA 411, 432

instruction given by, chiefly to disciples during remainder of His stay in Galilee DA 432

collector of temple revenue asked Peter if, paid temple tax DA 432-3

shortly after Peter had acknowledged Him as Son of God DA 433

queried Peter about payment of tax DA 433-4

sent Peter to catch fish with coin in its mouth DA 434

talked with apostles re who should be greatest among them DA 434-7

Peter asked, how often he should forgive an offender COL 243

parable of unmerciful servant spoken COL 243-51

John told, of having rebuked man for casting out devils in His name DA 437-42

parable of lost sheep given first time DA 440, 495

went to Jerusalem secretly DA 452, 485

after absence of many months from Jerusalem DA 451

for Feast of Tabernacles DA 447-62, 485-7; MH 86

first feast attended by, since healing lame man at pool of Bethesda DA 450-1

speech of, in midst of feast DA 452

shadowed by spies DA 455

in controversy with Jewish rulers DA 455-9

on His first day at feast DA 455

leaders of Pharisees planned to arrest Him DA 457-8

taught in temple court daily DA 453

speech of, on last day of feast DA 453-4, 459; PP 412

men sent to arrest, on last day of feast DA 459

priests and rulers plotted against DA 460; MH 86

Nicodemus defended, before Jewish council DA 460

went to Mt. of Olives for night DA 460; MH 86

taught people at temple next morning DA 460; MH 87

on day after Feast of Tabernacles had ended DA 459-60; MH 86

adulteress accused before DA 460-2; MH 87-9

declared Himself Light of world DA 463-5

discussed with Pharisees His Messianic claim DA 465-70

after His enemies had followed Him daily for three years DA 467

attempt to stone, on charge of blasphemy COL 381; DA 470

healed man who had been born blind DA 470-5, 477, 824; MH 233

on Sabbath DA 471

declared Himself to be Good Shepherd DA 476-84

soon after He had healed man born blind DA 477

left Jerusalem for a season DA 485

began last journey to Jerusalem, following circuitous route DA 485-6

rejected by Samaritan village AA 540; DA 486-8; GC 570; SL 57-9; SR 268; 2T 566

not long after His transfiguration DA 487

shortly before He sent 70 disciples forth DA 488

while on way to Jerusalem DA 487; SL 58; 2T 566

within sight of Mt. Carmel DA 487

went on to another village DA 487

labored in Perea DA 488-96

during closing months of His public ministry DA 488, 495

sent 70 disciples forth on miss. tour AA 32; CH 557; COL 308; CT 465; DA 488-90; MH 94, 139; MM 253; 6T 292

soon after He had been repulsed by Samaritans DA 488

return of 70 disciples from miss. tour DA 490-4

Galilean cities upbraided by DA 489

various parables spoken by, in Perea DA 495-6

parable of Pharisee and publican spoken by COL 150-63; DA 495

dined at Pharisee’s home COL 219; 6T 173; WM 287

parable of great supper spoken by COL 219-37; DA 495; WM 287

at home of Pharisee COL 219; WM 287

two brothers asked Him to settle dispute over inheritance COL 253-4

parable of rich fool spoken by COL 252-9; 5T 259-60; 9T 216-7

after instructing apostles re part they were to act in His work COL 253

not many months before close of His mission on earth COL 253; 9T 217

parable of importunate widow spoken by COL 164-80; DA 495; 2T 131

Lord’s Prayer given to disciples alone by COL 139-40; MB 102

parable of friend asking for bread at midnight spoken by COL 139-49; DA 495

shortly after giving Lord’s Prayer to disciples alone COL 139-40; MB 102

parable of lost sheep repeated by COL 186-92; DA 495

parable of lost piece of silver (coin) spoken by COL 192-7; DA 495; MH 163

after parable of lost sheep COL 192

east of Jordan COL 186-7

parable of prodigal son spoken by COL 198-211; DA 495-6

parable of dishonest and unmerciful steward spoken by COL 366-75

after He had been censured by Pharisees for mingling with publicans and sinners COL 368-9

parable of rich man and Lazarus COL 260-71; DA 407, 799

injunction of Lk. 12:32-34 spoken by DA 496

on His last journey from Galilee DA 496

lawyer asked, who was his neighbor COL 376-9; DA 497-9; FE 419; GC 598; 1SM 173-4; 3T 511-2, 523-4; 4T 57-8, 226; WM 43

just before parable of good Samaritan COL 377; DA 498

parable of good Samaritan spoken by COL 376-89; DA 488, 497-505; 3T 512, 523-4; 4T 57-8, 226

in response to lawyer’s question, “Who is my neighbor?” COL 376-9; DA 497-9; 3T 512; 4T 226

after He sent forth the 70 DA 488

first visit at home of Martha and Mary CT 442; DA 326, 524-5, 830; 1SM 80; WM 154

after toilsome journey from Jericho DA 525

during His first visit to Bethany DA 525

went to Jerusalem for Feast of Dedication DA 470

some months after Feast of Tabernacles and discourse on Light of world DA 470

Pharisees asked, when God’s kingdom should come DA 506-10

more than three years after John the Baptist began to preach DA 506

blessed children DA 511-8; FE 68-9, 161; MH 40-4; Te 290

rich young ruler’s interview COL 390-5; CS 150-2, 210-1; DA 518-23, 719; PK 221; 2SG 239-43; 1SM 378; 1T 207-8, 350-1, 483; 2T 679-80; 4T 49-50

soon after Christ had blessed children DA 518

prior His visit with Zacchaeus DA 555

parable of laborers sent to work in vineyard at various hours of day COL 396-404

went to Bethany to raise up Lazarus DA 526-7

resurrection of Lazarus by AA 66; AH 204; DA 524-37, 725; EW 165-6; SD 25, 92

not long before He visited home of Zacchaeus DA 552

not long before His crucifixion DA 725

Sanhedrin plotted to kill Him and Lazarus DA 537-41, 558; EW 166

withdrew from Bethany to temporary asylum in strange city DA 541-2

after three years of public labor DA 541

ten lepers healed by DA 348; MH 134, 233; ML 170

after He sent forth the 70 DA 488

started His last journey to Jerusalem DA 547

when Passover time was drawing near DA 547

told disciples of His impending sufferings, trial, death, and resurrection DA 547, 777

not long before His death DA 550

mother of James and John requests of Him highest place in His kingdom for them AA 359; DA 548-9

strife among His disciples re who should be greatest DA 549-50

blind Bartimaeus healed by 5BC 1111; Ev 553; SD 126; 2SG 202; 4T 355

arrived at Jericho DA 552-3

at home of Zacchaeus DA 552-6

subsequent to resurrection of Lazarus DA 552

when Passover festivities were drawing near DA 547, 552

Sabbath spent by, at Bethany DA 557

six days before Passover DA 557

council of priests and Pharisees met to plan His arrest DA 558

feast provided for, by Simon of Bethany DA 558-68; SC 36

Mary Magdalene anointed His feet with precious ointment 5BC 1101; DA 558-63, 720; Ed 109; EW 117, 165, 268; 2SG 233; 1T 192; 4T 487, 550; 6T 310

parable of two debtors spoken by DA 566-7; 2T 75

Judas Iscariot arranged to betray 5BC 1101-2; CS 139; DA 563-4, 716; Ed 92; EW 166, 268; PP 239-40; 2SG 233; 3SG 174; 1T 192; 4T 41-2; 5T 557; TM 267, 504

for price of slave 5BC 1123; DA 716

for 30 pieces of silver DA 563-4, 716; Ed 150

shortly before Passover DA 563-4, 717

6. Crucifixion week in spring of A.D. 31 DA 569-778

triumphal entry of, into Jerusalem and His weeping over her 4BC 1144; 5BC 1137; COL 302; DA 353, 569-79, 743; EW 109, 175, 244-5; GC 17-8, 367, 402, 404-5; LS 62-3, 320; MB 151; PP 475; SC 12; SR 221, 370, 372-3; 1T 57-8, 505; 4T 189, 191-2, 487-8; 5T 72, 258; 8T 32, 68; TM 104, 461

on ass DA 569

late in afternoon DA 571, 575, 578; GC 17

on first day of week DA 569

when people were flocking to city for Passover DA 569, 571; GC 17

with leafy branches of olive and palm trees strewn before DA 570

temple visited by DA 581

retired to Bethany for night of prayer DA 581

returned to temple in morning DA 581

cursed barren fig tree full of leaves DA 581-8; 4T 403, 614; 5T 257

when it was not season for ripe figs at Jerusalem DA 581

temple cleansed second time by COL 272-3; DA 589-93; 2SM 118; 1T 471-2; 8T 92; 9T 228

three years after first cleansing DA 591, 593

ministry of healing by, in temple DA 592

acclaimed with hosannas by people DA 592

Sanhedrin met to plan course against Him DA 593

returned to temple COL 273; DA 593

saw withered fig tree DA 582

taught and healed at temple COL 273; DA 592-3

Jewish rulers challenged authority of, to teach COL 273; DA 593-5

parable of two sons spoken by COL 272-83; DA 595-6, 600, 611

spoken on last visit to Jerusalem before His death COL 272-3

parable of wicked husbandmen of vineyard spoken by AA 174; COL 284-306; DA 596-7, 600, 611

discussed stone rejected by builders of temple COL 295; DA 597-8, 600

parable of wedding garment spoken by COL 307-19; GC 426-8

spies sent to entrap, in His words DA 601

queried by Herodians re payment of tribute to Caesar DA 601-3

answered Sadducees’ query re resurrection of the dead DA 603-6

answered learned scribe’s question re great command of law CT 329; DA 606-8; PK 327

asked Pharisees whose Son Messiah was to be DA 608-9

woes pronounced by, on scribes and Pharisees DA 610-4; GC 23; TM 79

on last day of His teaching in temple DA 610

widow commended by, for giving her two mites DA 614-6

in temple court where treasure chests were DA 614

more woes pronounced on scribes and Pharisees by DA 616-20

left inner court of temple for last time DA 620

Greeks interviewed DA 293, 621-6

in outer court of temple DA 622

glorification of, at temple DA 622, 624-5

left temple precincts forever AA 145; DA 626-7; GC 371

two days before Passover GC 23

prophecy of, re destruction of temple AA 145; 5BC 1098-9; DA 627-8

went to Mt. of Olives DA 628; GC 23

prophecy of, re destruction of Jerusalem and re second advent and final judgment COL 325; DA 628-41; GC 23-7, 39, 371, 393; PK 536-7; PP 166; SR 320; 3T 163

on Mt. of Olives COL 325; DA 628, 637; GC 23, 39, 371; 3T 163

in springtime when trees were budding GC 308-9

parable of 10 virgins spoken by COL 405-21; GC 393-402, 426-8

on Mt. of Olives COL 405

after sunset COL 405

parable of talents spoken by COL 325-65; 1T 197-200; 3T 385-7; 5T 282-3

after giving His prophecy re signs of second advent COL 325

on Mt. of Olives COL 325

prophecy of, re great judgment day DA 637-41

on Mt. of Olives DA 637

Judas Iscariot met with priests and scribes to betray DA 645

met with disciples in upper chamber DA 642-3

contention among His disciples DA 643-4

washed disciples’ feet 5BC 1138-9; DA 642-51; Ev 275; 3SG 226-7; 4T 225, 374

last Passover supper eaten by, with disciples DA 642-3, 652-3; EW 165-6; GC 348; 3SG 225

on night before His death AA 23; DA 643, 677, 802; MH 419; LS 257-8; 8T 266

on fourteenth day of first Jewish month GC 399

instituted Lord’s Supper 5BC 1102; DA 652-61; Ev 273, 276; GC 399; MH 333; 3SG 225

in year after telling disciples one of them was a devil DA 655

Judas Iscariot left room DA 654, 662

discourse of, after Judas left upper chamber AA 21-3; DA 662-80; LS 257-8; 8T 266

sang Psalms 113, 116, and 117 DA 672-3; Ed 166

went out of room and on out through city gate toward Mt. of Olives DA 673

predicted that Peter would deny and all would forsake Him 5BC 1123; DA 673-4

parable of vine and branches spoken by DA 674-7

on way to Gethsemane DA 674

while moon was shining bright DA 674

discourse of, on sundry matters DA 677-80

intercessory prayer of, for His followers AA 20-1, 24; 5BC 1145-8; DA 680; FE 177-8; SC 75; PP 520; 1SM 90; 3T 446; 4T 371; 5T 236-7, 737; TM 18, 44

came to garden of Gethsemane DA 685

while Passover moon shone broad and full from cloudless sky DA 685

agony of, in Gethsemane AA 491, 539, 582; 5BC 1102-4, 1123-4, 1145; DA 439, 685-94, 759-60; EW 49, 167; GC 348, 666; MH 230, 509; PP 475; 2SG 252; SL 53; 1T 155, 158, 240, 353; 2T 203-7; 3T 371, 407, 416; 8T 100; 9T 102

angel strengthened, in Gethsemane 5BC 1123; DA 694; 1T 240; 2T 206

Judas Iscariot betrayed, in Gethsemane DA 695-6; 2T 203

arrested in Gethsemane DA 694-7; EW 167-8; GC 666

at midnight 5BC 1148; DA 760

on fourteenth day of Jewish month GC 399

forsaken by disciples DA 697; EW 168; GC 667

mob arrived to seize DA 694

kissed by betrayer DA 695-6

Peter attempted to defend, by cutting off ear of high priest’s servant with sword DA 696

taken to house of Annas, ex-high priest DA 698

after midnight DA 698

for preliminary trial DA 698, 742

tried before Annas DA 698-703, 760; GC 667

taken from Annas to Caiaphas for trial DA 703, 742

early in morning when very dark DA 703

questioned unsuccessfully by Annas and Caiaphas DA 703

tried before Caiaphas and Sanhedrin 5BC 1104-5; DA 703-10, 714, 760; GC 667

in judgment hall at palace of high priest DA 703

put under judicial oath by Caiaphas DA 706-7; GC 643; MB 67

condemned to death by Sanhedrin DA 709-10, 760

taken to guardroom to be held till daylight DA 710-4

denied thrice by Peter AA 537-8; COL 152-4; DA 710-4, 811; Ed 89; EW 169-70, 193; SR 250-1; 2T 204-5; 3T 416; 4T 488; 5T 427-8, 557; TM 267

final condemnation of, by Sanhedrin DA 714-5, 760

at daybreak DA 714

taken to Pilate’s judgment hall for trial DA 723, 742; GC 667

at early hour DA 723-4

prior to eating of Passover Feast by Jews DA 723, 742

tried before Pilate AA 43; 5BC 1148-9; COL 294; DA 723-8, 760; EW 169-73; GC 667

taken to Herod Antipas for trial DA 728, 742; EW 173

tried before Herod DA 728-31; EW 173-4; GC 643, 667; SR 423; TM 139

arrayed in gorgeous robe and abused by soldiers DA 731

taken back to Pilate DA 731; EW 174

Pilate’s wife given dream re DA 732

second trial of, before Pilate DA 731-40, 760; EW 174; 1T 240-1; 9T 229; TM 37-8, 139, 267

scourged by order of Pilate DA 731, 734-6, 742; EW 170

in sight of multitude DA 734, 742

before release of Barabbas DA 735

clothed with old purple robe AA 582; DA 736; EW 170; 1T 240-1

crowned with thorns AA 582; 5BC 1100; DA 734, 736; EW 49, 169, 292; 2SG 252, 286; 1T 241; 2T 207

Barabbas was released instead of 5BC 1105-6; DA 733-5, 738-9; Ev 400; 1SM 348; 2SM 129; TM 37-8

sentenced by Pilate to be crucified DA 738-40; Ed 254; EW 174

scourged again DA 738, 742

taken from Pilate’s judgment hall to Calvary for crucifixion DA 741-4; SR 220; 2T 208

fainted under load of cross DA 741-2; EW 175; SR 220-1

cross of, Simon of Cyrene was compelled to bear DA 742

Judas Iscariot confessed his crime and hanged himself DA 721-2; EW 171-2

crucifixion of 5BC 1107-10, 1149-50; DA 741-64; EW 175-80, 209; LS 253; MYP 16; 3SG 176; SR 220-9; 1T 241; 2T 208-15; 3T 369

as malefactor AA 244; DA 415; GC 345; 3T 407

between two thieves 5BC 1108; DA 751; EW 176

on cross prepared for Barabbas SR 220

where felons and murderers were executed 7BC 934; DA 741

place of, was near to Jerusalem DA 745

outside of gates of Jerusalem 7BC 934; DA 741; 4T 121

outside of sheepgate of Jerusalem GC 18

outside of walls of Jerusalem 7BC 934; 4T 121

without boundaries of Jerusalem DA 741

between nine and twelve o’clock 5BC 1108; SD 228

on occasion of Passover 5BC 1100; DA 774

on fourteenth day of first Jewish month GC 399

penitent thief’s prayer to 5BC 1124-5; DA 749-50; SR 222-3

died: at hour of evening sacrifice 5BC 1108-9; DA 756-7; SD 228; SR 226

after ninth hour of day DA 754

before soldiers came to break His legs DA 771-2

within six hours of crucifixion DA 772

on sixth day of week DA 794

on day on which He ate Passover supper DA 642

on 14th day of first Jewish month GC 399

before Jews ate Passover Feast DA 703, 723, 774

in spring of A.D. 31 DA 233; GC 327-8, 410; PK 699

before season for ripe figs at Jerusalem and highlands round about DA 581

three years after night interview with Nicodemus AA 104; DA 176

three and half years after His baptism in autumn of A.D. 27 DA 233; GC 327-8, 410; PK 699

three and half years before Stephen’s death in A.D. 34 DA 233; GC 327-8, 410; PK 699

40 years before destruction of Jerusalem DA 630

486 1/2 years after decree issued by Artaxerxes I (Longimanus) went into effect in 457 B.C. DA 233; GC 327-8, 410; PK 698-9

after Jewish nation had abused God’s mercy and invited His judgments for more than 1,000 years DA 584

1,500 years after Passover was instituted GC 399

4,000 years after Adam sinned DA 759

4,000 years after system of sacrificial offerings had been established GC 328

Roman soldier thrust spear into side of DA 772

removed from cross DA 771-4; EW 180; SR 227-8

as evening drew on DA 770

before sunset DA 771

before Sabbath began DA 769, 771

burial of DA 773-4; EW 180-1; GC 404; SR 228-9

before sunset DA 769, 771, 774

before Sabbath began DA 769, 771

in new sepulcher of Joseph of Arimathea EW 180

in new tomb hewn in rock DA 774

in garden DA 788, 794

near Calvary SR 228

slept in tomb while He was dead 5BC 1150-1; DA 751

soul of, did not go to heaven when He died 5BC 1150-1

spirit of, slept in tomb with His body 5BC 1150-1

lay in tomb: as prisoner of divine justice 5BC 1114

during Sabbath 5BC 1113-4; DA 769, 774-5; EW 181; GC 346

three days 6BC 1093; ML 349

while Jews observed Passover DA 774-5

Roman guard placed around tomb of DA 778-80; EW 181; SR 228-9

7. From His resurrection to His ascension 40 days later in A.D. 31 DA 779-835

resurrection of 5BC 1110; 7BC 926; COL 317; DA 165-6, 779-87; EW 181-90; ML 45, 349; SD 237; 4aSG 119; 1SM 114, 301-3, 343; 2SM 271-2

as first fruits from among the dead 6BC 1092; DA 785-6; GC 399; 1SM 305

before His body saw corruption 5BC 1114; SR 245

1,500 years (or more than 1,000 years) after symbolic ceremony of presenting wave sheaf had been instituted DA 786; GC 399

in darkness of early morning DA 779-80; EW 181, 186

on first day of week 5BC 1113; DA 779; EW 216

on day when wave sheaf was offered DA 785-6

special resurrection of certain righteous saints at time of DA 785-7, 834; EW 184-5, 189, 208; PP 476; 4aSG 119; 1SM 304-7

Mary Magdalene was first to reach tomb of DA 788

early in morning of first day of week DA 788, 794; EW 186

Mary Magdalene hurried away to report disappearance of body of, to apostles DA 788-9

tomb of, found empty by other faithful women DA 788; EW 186

angel told women that, had risen from grave DA 788-9; EW 186

women hastened away to tell apostles that, had risen DA 789; EW 186

Peter and John hurried to tomb of, followed by Mary Magdalene DA 789; EW 186; SL 53

Peter and John returned to Jerusalem from tomb of DA 789; EW 186-7

Mary Magdalene remained at tomb of DA 789-90; EW 187

appeared first to Mary Magdalene 5BC 1150-1; DA 788-94; EW 187; MB 129

ascension of, to heaven on His resurrection day 5BC 1150; DA 790; EW 187-8

appeared to group of women believers AH 204; DA 793; WM 156

after He had ascended to heaven DA 793

walked with two disciples to Emmaus 5BC 1125; CT 341-2; DA 795-800; FE 189; GC 349; ML 207; 4aSG 119; 1SM 20-1; TM 48

late in afternoon of His resurrection day DA 795

arrived at Emmaus after sunset DA 800

sat down with two disciples to eat in Emmaus DA 800-1

vanished suddenly from sight of disciples at Emmaus DA 801

appeared to Simon DA 802

returned unseen with two disciples from Emmaus to Jerusalem at night DA 801

arrived unseen with two disciples at Jerusalem late at night DA 802

by light of rising moon DA 802

appeared to apostles in upper chamber at Jerusalem AA 25-6; DA 802-6; EW 188; GC 350

at night DA 802

behind closed doors AA 26; DA 802

appeared to Thomas and other apostles DA 806-8; EW 188; 2T 104, 696; 4T 233

after a whole week DA 807

met with seven apostles by Sea of Galilee AA 515; DA 809-17; Ed 90

not far from Capernaum DA 809

early in morning DA 810

soon after Passover week had ended DA 809

miraculous catch of fishes at word of DA 810-1

charge given to Peter by AA 515; COL 154; CSW 76; DA 811-7; Ed 90; GW 207

foretold Peter’s death by crucifixion AA 537; DA 815

appeared to about 500 persons 6BC 1092; DA 818-28; EW 208; MH 508-9

on mountainside in Galilee 6BC 1092; DA 818-9; MH 508-9

gospel commission given by AA 27-32; DA 819-28; ChS 9, 23; MH 508-9; 8T 14

led apostles out of Jerusalem to Mt. of Olives DA 829-30

gospel commission given again by, just before His ascension DA 830; ChS 9, 23; 8T 14

ascended to heaven AA 32-3; 5BC 1125-6, 1146; 6BC 1053-4; DA 829-35; EW 110, 190-2; GC 339, 350-1, 501-2, 662; MH 509; PP 357, 476; SC 73-4; SD 360; 4aSG 119; 1SM 306-7; 6T 309; 9T 286; TM 65

after sojourning in world 33 years DA 830; 1SM 70

accompanied by multitude of resurrected saints DA 786, 829, 833-4; EW 190; 4aSG 119; PP 476; 1SM 304-7

escorted by angels AA 32; DA 832-3; EW 190-1; PP 476; 4aSG 119; TM 65

from Mt. of Olives DA 829-30; Ed 94; GC 662; MH 509; SD 360

40 days after His resurrection AA 26-7; EW 189; FE 535

from place near Bethany AA 32; DA 830; GC 350-1

in chariot of angels AA 65; 6BC 1054; DA 831

in form of humanity 5BC 1125-6; 6BC 1054; DA 832

10 days before Pentecost 6BC 1055

Moses was shown PP 475-6

to complete in heaven work begun on cross GC 489

to Father as representative of human race 9T 286

to enter heavenly sanctuary GC 430

to shed upon disciples benefits of His atonement EW 260

to stand before Father as man’s advocate AA 393

to take upon Himself government of heavenly host 7BC 929

to throne of glory DA 830

parting promise of, given to apostles by two angels AA 33; DA 831-2

welcomed to heaven DA 833-5; PP 476; 6T 309

Moses opened gates of heaven for PP 476

glorification of, after ascension to heaven AA 38-9; 5BC 1146

reinstated in place of honor and glory He had voluntarily left when He became man 5BC 1146

Father commanded, “Let all the angels of God worship Him” 5BC 1146, 1150; DA 834; GC 501-2; 1SM 307

enthronement of: after ascension to heaven AA 38-9; Ed 95

amidst adoration of angels AA 38

in His mediatorial kingdom was signalized by outpouring of Spirit on Pentecost AA 38-9; COL 120

inauguration of, accomplished when Spirit was poured out at Pentecost AA 38-9