This PDF is part 2 of 3 of a compilation of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John from the King James Version of the Holy Bible. Specifically, Part 2 is a combination of verses about the trial of Jesus Christ before the leaders of the Jews, his arraignment before Pontius Pilate, and Christ’s crucifixion on Calvary. (Read Part 1 here.)
To understand why I’ve created this compilation, I invite you to read the introduction in the PDF. In short, this is driven first and foremost by my love for and testimony in the Savior Jesus Christ as our Redeemer. Second, I wanted to create a compilation of the Four Gospels to help tell a complete picture of the final and most important events in the Savior’s life (indeed, for all of humankind). I’ve included a portion of the text below, but to get the full effect, you should read the color-coded version by downloading the PDF.
This PDF is a compilation of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John from the King James Version of the Holy Bible. Specifically, it is a combination of verses about the Last Supper, the Savior’s time in Gethsemane, and his betrayal by Judas.
As a Mormon, I believe in Jesus Christ. And like all Christians, I have found great joy in reading from the Holy Bible. Some of my favorite passages are found within the Four Gospels of The New Testament. I love the unique perspectives each of the four gospel writers brings to the life of Jesus Christ.
Sometimes, these different perspectives can cause confusion or even appear contradictory. Because of this, I thought it would be fun to bring all the texts together into one combined document. In Part 1, I present the events of the Last Supper, the Savior in the Garden of Gethsemane, and the betrayal of Jesus by Judas. I’ve included a portion of the text below, but to get the full effect, you should read the color-coded version. You can download the full, color-coded version PDF here.
It’s here again! The annual event has arrived once again when Church leaders from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will gather in Salt Lake City to instruct Church members and the world as a whole. Members and non-members alike are invited to listen to or watch services. If you have cable TV, you can watch General Conference on BYU TV. The entire conference will also steam live on LDS.org.
The Mormon Newsroom, the official news source of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, recently released a new video on their website that describes the Mormon Church as a Christ-centered, global faith. This is about as summed up as you can get, but a perfect way to introduce people unfamiliar with the Church to some of the basics. Enjoy!
The semi-annual event has arrived once again when Mormons around the world will spend a weekend receiving instruction and counsel from Church leaders, broadcast from Salt Lake City, UT on October 5 and 6. Members and non-members alike are invited to listen to or watch services. If you have cable TV, you can watch General Conference on BYU TV. The entire conference will also steam live on LDS.org.