The Forty Days from Resurrection to Ascension



The former treatise have I made, O Theophilus, of all that Jesus began both to do and teach, Until the day in which he was taken up, after that he through the Holy Ghost had given commandments unto the apostles whom he had chosen: To whom also he shewed himself alive after his passion by many infallible proofs, being seen of them forty days, and speaking of the things pertaining to the kingdom of God:

Acts 1:1-3

1:  Mary Magdalene’s  Early Morning Discovery; 

The First Arrival at the Tomb – John 20

2:  Peter & John’s Race to the Empty Tomb; 

Seeing but not Believing – John 20

The First Sight of the Resurrected Christ

3:  My Master; 

Mary and the Saviour -John 20

The Second Sight of the Resurrected Christ

4:  He is not here, He is risen; 

The Women Meet with Jesus – Matthew 28, Mark 16

The Third Sight of the Resurrected Christ

5:  Abide with Us; 

On The Road To Emmaus – Luke 24, Mark 16

The Fourth Sight of the Resurrected Christ

6:  Peace Be Unto You; 

The Fearing Disciples Calmed – John 20 

The Fifth Sight of the Resurrected Christ

7:  My Lord and My God; 

Doubting Thomas Believes – John 20

8:  Ye are Witnesses of these Things; 

The Teaching from the Resurrected Christ – Luke 24

The Sixth Sight of the Resurrected Christ

9:  It is the Lord; 

The Stranger on the Shore and the Amazing Catch of Fish – John 21

10:  Eating with Jesus; 

The Humanity of the Resurrected Christ – John 21

11:  Feeding the Lambs and the Sheep;

 Peter Recommissioned  – John 21

12:  Follow Me; 

Peter’s Death Foretold – John 21

13: Tarry at Jerusalem; 

The Resurrected Christ and the Holy Spirit – Luke 24, Acts 1

The Seventh Sight of the Resurrected Christ

14:  Go Ye Into All the World; 

The Great Commission – Matthew 28, Mark 16

15:  You Shall Be Witnesses; 

Christ’s Programme for the Church – Acts 1

16:  All Power is Given Unto Me; 

Christ’s Promise for the Church. – Matthew 28

17:  The Ascension; 

The Departure of the Resurrected Christ – Luke 24, Acts 1.

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