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THE

COTTAGER'S GUIDE

TO THB

NEW TESTAMENT:

THAT IS,

THE LIFE AND DOCTRINE

OF

OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST,

PLAINLY SET FORTH.

VOL. II.

BY THE REV. ALEXANDER DALLAS, A.M.

RECTOR OF WONSTON, HANTS.

“Whom shall he teach knowledge; and whom shall he make to understand doctrine ?
them that are weaned from the milk, and drawn from the breasts. For precept must be
upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line ; here a little, and
there a little.” Isaiah xxviii. 9, 10.

“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the Gospel
to the poor.” Luke iv, 18.

To the poor the Gospel is preached,” Luke vii. 22.

LONDON:

JAMES NISBET AND CO., BERNERS STREET.

MDCCCXXXVIII.

lol. f. 941

PRINTED BY J. SHAYLER, AT THE WONSTON PRESS.

CONTENTS.

PORTION.

PAGE.

Forty-third.-A wonderful draught of fishes is taken at the
command of Jesus. Matt. viü. 1. Luke v. 1-11

1
Forty-fourth.—Jesus heals a leper. Matt. viii. 2—4. Mark

i. 40–45. Luke v. 12–16.

Forty-fifth.-- Jesus heals a man sick of the palsy. Matt.
ix. 2–8. Mark ii. 1-12. Luke v. 17–26.

21
Forty-sixth.--Jesus calls Levi-a feast in his house with

many publicans-Remarks on fasting &c. Matt. ix. 9.
Mark ii. 13-22. Luke v. 27-39.

29
Forty-seventh.--Jesus heals a sick man at the pool of
Bethesda. Jolin v. 1-16.

37
Forty-eighth.-Christ's discourse on his divinity. John v.
17-47.

46
Forty-ninth.-Jesus defends his disciples for plucking ears

of corn on the Sabbath-He heals a man with a with-
ered hand on the Sabbath. Matt. xii. 1-14. Mark
ii. 23 to iii. 6. Luke vi. 1-11.

57

Fiftieth.-Multitudes follow Jesus, who does many mira-

cles, but desires them not to be told publicly. Matt.

xii. 15–21, Mark iii. 7-12

71

Fifty-first.— Jesus ordains the twelve Apostles. Matt.

x. 2-4. Mark iii. 13-19. Luke vi, 12-16.

Fifty-second.-Jesus heals many sick &c.-He preaches a
Sermon on the plain. Luke vi. 17–26.

87

Fifty-third.-Conclusion of the Sermon on the plain.

Luke vi. 27-49.

97

Fifty-fourth.-- Jesus heals the servant of a taithful centu-

Matt. viii. 5-13. Luke vii. 1-10.

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Fifty-fifth.-Jesus restores a young man to life at Nain.

Luke vii. 11-16.

114

Fifty-sixth.—John the Baptist sends a message to Christ.

His answer.

Matt. xi. 2–6. Luke vii. 17-23. .... 119

Fifty-seventh.—Christ's discourse concerning the Baptist.

Matt. xi. 7-19. Luke vii. 24–35.

126

Fifty-eighth.-Conclusion of that discourse. Matt. xi:

20—30.

135

Fifty-ninth.-A woman, a sinner, anoints the feet of Jesus

in the house of Simon a Pharisee-Jesus forgives her

sins. Luke vii. 36–50.

144

Sixtieth.—Jesus goes through cities and villages preaching,

attended by his disciples and some women-His rela-

tions think him beside himself. Luke. viii. 1-3.

Mark iii. 20, 21.

153

Sixty-first.-Jesus casts out a devil from à man dumb and

blind-the Pharisees say he does this by Satan's

power-Christ's discourse on this, Matt, xii. 22-37.

Mark ii, 22-30.

159

Sixty-second.—Jesus refuses the Pharisees a sign, and

concludes his discourse. Matt. xii. 38–45.

171

Sixty-third.The mother and brethren of Jesus seek him-

he states who are his brethren, &c. Matt. xii. 46-50,

Mark iii. 31-35.

180

Sixty-fourth.-Christ begins to teach by parables from a

boat on the lake. Matt. xiii. 1-3. Mark iv. 1, 2.

Luke viii. 4.

185

Sixty-fifth:—The parable of the sower, and its explanation.

Matt. xiii. 3-9; 18-23. Mark iv. 3-9; 14-20.

Luke viii. 5-8; 11-15

189

Sixty-sixth-Jesus states the reason why he taught in

parables. Matt. xiii. 10-17

207

Sixty-seventh. The parable of the wheat and the tares,

and its explanation. Matt. xiii. 24–30; 36-43.... 214

Sixty-eightho_The parable of the seed growing secretly.

Mark iv. 26-29....

223

Sixty-ninth.---The parable of the grain of mustard-seed.

Matt. xiii. 31,32. Mark iv. 30–32...

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Seventieth. The parable of the leaven. Matt. xiii. 33-35.

Mark iv. 33, 34. ...

231

Seventy-first.-Jesus goes into a house and discourses to

his disciples concerning his parables. Matt. xiii. 36.

Mark iv. 10–13; 21-25. Luke viü. 9, 10; 16–18. 237

Seventy-second.—The parables of the hid treasure, and the

pearl of great price. Matt. xiii. 44–46.

243

Seventy-third.--The parable of the drag-net. Matt. xiii.
47-52...

253

Seventy-fourth.--The second attempt of the mother of

Jesus to come to him. Luke viii. 19-21

259

Seventy-fifth,-- Jesus purposes to cross the lake on his

way to the boat he answers a Scribe and one of his

disciples concerning following him. Matt. xii. 53;

viii. 18-22. Mark iv. 35.

261

Seventy-sixth.-Jesus calms a storm on the lake. Matt.

viii. 23—27, Mark iv. 36-41. Luke viïi. 22–25. 267

Seventy-seventh.-Jesus casts a legion of devils from two

men at Gadara—the devils go into two thousand swine,

and drown them. Matt, viii. 28–34; ix. 1. Mark v.

1–20. Luke viii. 26-39.

274

Seventy-eighth.-Jesus returns to Capernaum, and while

at a meal repeats his remarks concerning eating with

sinners, and concerning fasting. Mark v. 21. Luke

viii. 40. Matt. ix. 10-17.

... 287

Seventy-ninth.-Jesus heals the woman who had an issue

of blood, and raised the dead daughter of Jairus.

Matt. ix. 18-26. Mark v. 22–43. Luke viii. 41-56. 291

Eightieth.—Jesus gives sight to two blind men, and then

relieves a dumb person possessed with a devil—the

Pharisees repeat that he does this by the power of

Satan. Matt. ix. 27-34.

301

Eighty-first.-Jesus visits Nazareth a second time-the

Nazarenes are offended. Matt. xiii. 54–58. Mark
vi. 1-6.

309

An Account of the parts of Scripture included in this

Volume; so that the reader may turn to the page

and the portion where each is explained

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