Early in His ministry, when the Jews were seeking to kill him, Jesus said to his brothers and sisters, "My time has not yet come."
When the people of Nazareth became upset with Jesus for His teaching in the synagogue "they sought to throw him off a cliff," but "he passed right through them" for His time had not yet come. Immediately after this he was acclaimed as "The Son of God," but he rebuked those who said it. Why? His time had not yet come.
at Caesarea Philippi, in the third year of Jesus' public ministry, when Peter proclaimed, "Thou art the Christ, the son of the Living God," Jesus "from that time forth began to show his disciples that he must go to Jerusalem... and be killed."
"When the time was come he steadfastly set his face toward Jerusalem."
"My time is at hand," Jesus said the week of His death.