Holy Gospels in One (GIO) is a "Word for Word" narrative of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John combined into a single chronological account from 5 B.C. to 31 A.D. The objective is to help provide a contextual flow of events and to dispel cries of error or "so-called" contradictory Gospel passages, such as the demon-possessed men/man at Gadarenes/Gergesene, the blind man/men that Jesus healed at Jericho, the fig tree that Jesus cursed shrivelled up the same day/following day, and Mary the Magdalene's appearance with/without the other women at the Tomb, and others. Also the power of this narrative is that while most harmony narratives reinterpret Gospel events based on doctrinal bias, GIO doesn't. GIO is a direct analytical translation from the Greek Received Text enabling the ability to cross reference every word, all leading to a dynamic and enriched Bible study experience.