Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible



So the Lord Jesus, after he had spoken to them, was taken up into Heaven, and sat at the right hand of God. But they set out, and made the proclamation everywhere, the Lord working with them, and confirming the Message by the signs which attended it.

After this, Jesus led them out as far as Bethany, and there raised his hands and blessed them. As he was in the act of blessing them, he left them [and was carried up into Heaven.] They [bowed to the ground before him and] returned to Jerusalem full of joy; read more.
And they were constantly in the Temple Courts, blessing God.

No sooner had Jesus said this than he was caught up before their eyes, and a cloud received him from their sight. While they were still gazing up into the heavens, as he went, suddenly two men, clothed in white, stood beside them, And said: "Men of Galilee, why are you standing here looking up into the heavens? This very Jesus, who has been taken from you into the heavens, will come in the very way in which you have seen him go into the heavens." read more.
Then the Apostles returned to Jerusalem from the hill called Olivet, which is about three quarters of a mile from the city.


After this, Jesus led them out as far as Bethany, and there raised his hands and blessed them.

When they had almost reached Jerusalem, as far as Bethphage and Bethany, near the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent on two of his disciples.

Then the Apostles returned to Jerusalem from the hill called Olivet, which is about three quarters of a mile from the city.


Then the Apostles returned to Jerusalem from the hill called Olivet, which is about three quarters of a mile from the city.


So the Lord Jesus, after he had spoken to them, was taken up into Heaven, and sat at the right hand of God. But they set out, and made the proclamation everywhere, the Lord working with them, and confirming the Message by the signs which attended it.

After this, Jesus led them out as far as Bethany, and there raised his hands and blessed them. As he was in the act of blessing them, he left them [and was carried up into Heaven.] They [bowed to the ground before him and] returned to Jerusalem full of joy; read more.
And they were constantly in the Temple Courts, blessing God.

No sooner had Jesus said this than he was caught up before their eyes, and a cloud received him from their sight. While they were still gazing up into the heavens, as he went, suddenly two men, clothed in white, stood beside them, And said: "Men of Galilee, why are you standing here looking up into the heavens? This very Jesus, who has been taken from you into the heavens, will come in the very way in which you have seen him go into the heavens." read more.
Then the Apostles returned to Jerusalem from the hill called Olivet, which is about three quarters of a mile from the city.


Then the Apostles returned to Jerusalem from the hill called Olivet, which is about three quarters of a mile from the city.


Then the Apostles returned to Jerusalem from the hill called Olivet, which is about three quarters of a mile from the city.

When they had almost reached Jerusalem, having come as far as Bethphage, on the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent on two disciples.

So, while Jesus was sitting on the Mount of Olives, his disciples came up to him privately and said: "Tell us when this will be, and what will be the sign of your Coming, and of the close of the age."

They then sang a hymn, and went out to the Mount of Olives.

During the days, Jesus continued to teach in the Temple Courts, but he went out and spent the nights on the hill called the 'Mount of Olives.'


Then the Apostles returned to Jerusalem from the hill called Olivet, which is about three quarters of a mile from the city.


Then the Apostles returned to Jerusalem from the hill called Olivet, which is about three quarters of a mile from the city.


Then the Apostles returned to Jerusalem from the hill called Olivet, which is about three quarters of a mile from the city.



Then the Apostles returned to Jerusalem from the hill called Olivet, which is about three quarters of a mile from the city.