Golgotha A possible site for Jesus’ crucifixion (Matt. 27:33–37).
Pool of Bethesda Jesus healed an invalid on the Sabbath (John 5:2–9).
Gate Beautiful Peter and John healed a lame man (Acts 3:1–10).
Pinnacle of the Temple Jesus was tempted by Satan (Matt. 4:5–7). (A likely location for this event.)
Holy Mount (unspecified locations)
Tradition holds that here Abraham built an altar for the sacrifice of Isaac (Gen. 22:9–14).
The Babylonians destroyed the temple in about 587 B.C. (2 Kgs. 25:8–9).
Herod expanded the temple plaza and rebuilt the temple starting in 17 B.C. Jesus was presented as a baby (Luke 2:22–39).
At age 12, Jesus taught in the temple (Luke 2:41–50).
The Romans under Titus destroyed the temple in A.D. 70.
Mount of Olives
Water Gate Ezra read and interpreted the law of Moses to the people (Neh. 8:1–8).
Upper Room The traditional location where Jesus ate the Passover meal and instituted the sacrament (Matt. 26:20–30). He washed the feet of the Apostles (John 13:4–17) and taught them (John 13:18–17:26).
Herod’s Palace Christ was taken before Herod, possibly at this location (Luke 23:7–11).
Jerusalem (unspecified locations)
Melchizedek ruled as king of Salem (Gen. 14:18).
The city was destroyed by the Babylonians in about 587 B.C. (2 Kgs. 25:1–11).
The Holy Ghost filled many on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2:1–4).
Peter and John were arrested and brought before the council (Acts 4:1–23).
Ananias and Sapphira lied to the Lord and died (Acts 5:1–10).
Peter and John were arrested, but an angel delivered them from prison (Acts 5:17–20).
The Apostles chose seven men to assist them (Acts 6:1–6).
Stephen’s testimony to the Jews was rejected, and he was stoned to death (Acts 6:8–7:60).
James was martyred (Acts 12:1–2).
An angel freed Peter from prison (Acts 12:5–11).
The Apostles decided the issue of circumcision (Acts 15:5–29).
The Romans under Titus destroyed the city in A.D. 70.