THERE REALLY IS SOMETHING ABOUT MARY. About both of those Marys.
Pretty bizarre way to describe an EASTER edition of the OOBT podcast, right?! Today we take a closer look at Mary Magdalene + Mary of Bethany (plus her sister Martha and brother Lazarus) as we consider the miracles and events leading up to Jesus’ death and resurrection. Kinda hard to explain briefly, but M PROMISES it will make more sense when you listen in! LOL!
Let’s be sure we don’t rush through this week without taking a moment to fix our eyes on the miracles + Holy Week + Easter stories sooooo, with that in mind, enter TODAY’S RELEASE of BONUS Episode 37 of the OOBT podcast.
Join M to lean into all things related to Holy Week, especially that incredible Resurrection on Sunday … and all just in time for this Easter! He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed OOBT friends!
// Show Notes //
:: THE EASTER STORY ::
Matthew 21-28; Mark 11-16; Luke 19-24; John 12-21
Above is a listing of the chapters discussing all things related to the Easter story. Below is a listing of the daily breakdown of these readings if you would like some real time reference in processing through all of these scriptures leading up to Easter Sunday. Either way you read them, these are perfect for taking a deeper dive and even cross-referencing them to see the different perspectives each author shares in telling of Jesus.
:: Holy Week ::
Palm Sunday //
Matthew 21:1–11, Mark 11:1–11, Luke 19:28–44, John 12:9–19.
Matthew 21:12–22, Mark 11:12–19, Luke 19:45–48.
Matthew 21:23–26:5, Mark 11:27–14:2, Luke 20:1–22:2, John 12:37–50.
Matthew 26:6–16, Mark 14:3–11, Luke 22:3–6.
Thursday // Last Supper/Passover //
Matthew 26:17–75, Mark 14:12–72, Luke 22:7–71, John 13:1–18:27.
Good Friday //
Matthew 27:1–61, Mark 15:1–47, Luke 23:1–56, John 18:28–19:42.
Holy Saturday/The Forgotten Day //
Resurrection/Easter Sunday //
Matthew 28:1–20, Mark 16:1–8, Luke 24:1–53, John 20:1–21:25.
What are some things you are personally seeing in a new way/for the first time from these verses after this fresh reading of the events of the Holy Week and the Easter story?
Also, read Zechariah 9 and Isaiah 53 as a couple of examples of MANY fulfilled Old Testament prophecies concerning Jesus.
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Bible Project // The Crucifixion of Jesus: Luke 19-23
Bible Project // The Resurrection of Jesus: Luke 24
Bible Project // YouVersion Plan // Holy Week & Easter
Finding I Am // Lysa TerKeurst
Life.Church // Miracles Week One // Waiting for a Miracle
First5 // That You May Believe: Book of John //
First5 // The Book of Matthew
First5 // The Gospel According to Luke
First5 // The Book of Mark
Lifeway Easter Study // Behold Your King
Simply Jesus // The Hope of Easter
Passion Daily Podcast // Holy Week & Easter
You Are the Girl for the Job // Jess Connolly
[[NOTE: We ran out of time before sharing Chapter 7 (What Kind of Woman) in Jess Connolly’s You Are the Girl for the Job book. Be sure to check it out… such detailed information about Mary Magdalene and is just an all-around good read!]]
Go & Tell Gals Podcast // Women of the Resurrection
She Reads Truth Podcast // Holy Week of Lent 2023