Here, John the Baptist just baptized Jesus and God the Father shining down spoke "This is my Son, in whom I am well pleased".
He performs many miracles.
Here, a blind man gets healed.
The play continues on with Jesus arriving and the people waving palm leaves and singing His praises.
Here, two centurions are discussing if Jesus is truly the Messiah. One believes He is; the other is not so sure.
With a loud voice He cried out "Father, into Thy hands I commend my spirit!" and gave up the ghost. (Luke 23:46)
(note: one of the cool things that happened while the drama went on... a storm blew in and thunder clapped right at the moment of the cross being stood up, for this scene. I like to think God was helping out with the production.)
Here, Jesus is taken down from the cross and buried in a tomb that is sealed off.
Then guards are put in place to watch over the tomb.
Sounds like the end to a story doesn't it? Guess what... the story is just beginning!
Jesus said He would rise again in three days.
Well, on the third day, an angel of God shows up, the entire guard falls out, and the angel opens up the tomb.
The drama continued on with Mary finding the tomb empty and running back to tell the disciples and then speaking to Jesus without knowing who He was until He said "Mary". She knew then it was Jesus because she knew His voice.
The disciples also saw Him after His resurrection and that centurion who wasn't sure if He was the Messiah or not... well he did believe in the end.