Trying to figure out a fine point of chronology. Did Jesus weep over Jerusalem on Sunday during the "Triumphal entry" or on Monday? On Sunday he entered the city with all the palms and audience while he rode the young foal of a donkey. He entered the city and went to the temple and just looked around. Then he went back to Bethany and slept there. That means he retraced his route and entered the city again on Monday (when he was hungry and cursed the fig tree). Would he have walked like normal or did he also ride the donkey into Jerusalem on Monday too? On Monday that was when he entered the temple again an overthrew the tables of the money changers. So, when he wept over Jerusalem, was this on Sunday from donkey-back, or on Monday when coming from over-nighting in Bethany? From Luke 19 it seems natural to see this as happening on Sunday. What is the best chronology of "Passion Week" that shows the events of Sunday and Monday in order? Also, if his weeping occurred on Sunday, when did Matthew 23:37 happen? On Monday? The sub-headings in my bible label both Luke 19 and Matthew 23 as Jesus lamenting over Jerusalem, as if these were one solitary event. But, it appears that Jesus weeping over the city occurred on Sunday whereas Matthew 23:37 might have occurred on Wednesday? Finally, Luke 13 mirrors Matthew 23:37. It appears Jesus spoke these same words twice (the only other conclusion would be that Luke forgot when Jesus said these things and misplaced the chronology of this saying).