Twice in the last few years I've read and studied the Gospels of the New Testament. Last time, in January of this year, I decided to study them in harmony - not just to get a better chronological sense of events in the life of the Lord, but also so that I could study it in conjunction with James E. Talmage's Gospel Commentary, "Jesus the Christ."
This wasn't my first attempt at reading "Jesus the Christ." It's an incredible work, but pretty heavy, and I never felt like I got much out of it. This changed when instead of trying to plow through it, I would look at the scripture references for a given chapter and read those first; Talmage's comments became more significant and interesting when I compared them to my own impressions and thoughts from studying the source just prior.
For the most part the idea was great, and I developed a deeper understanding for the mortal life and sacrifice of my Savior. However, it wasn't as easy as I thought it would be. While Talmage uses extensive references to the Gospels, he doesn't reference everything; so in order to read the Gospels completely while studying his commentary I had to find out which verses weren't being covered, and assign them to an applicable chapter. To do this, I started building a simple spreadsheet.
The end product is a table of the chapters from "Jesus the Christ" by James E. Talmage with their associated references to the four Gospels of the King James version of the New Testament. If the reader goes through all of the referenced verses for each chapter of Talmage according to the table, he or she will have read the Gospels in their entirety.
I hope this table will be as useful for you in your study of the life of of our Savior Jesus Christ as it was for me. Click the link below to download the .pdf and let me know if you have any questions or corrections.