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23 Jesus retires into Galilee after John the Baptist's imprison-

ment. Passing through Samaria, he makes disciples 34

24 In Galilee Jesus exercises his public ministry. In Cana he

heals the son of king Herod's officer, who lay sick at Ca-

pernaum - - - - - - - - 38

25 Jesus goes to Nazareth, where he preserves his life by a

miracle ; and then fixes his dwelling at Capernaum -

26 The Call of Simon and Andrew, and likewise of James and

John; with the miracle which preceded it - -

27 Jesus in the Synagogue at Capernaum heals a demoniac - 43

28 Peter's wife's mother, and many others are healed. Jesus,

attended by some of his disciples, teaches and works

miracles throughout Galilee

44

29 Jesus heals a leper - - -

- 45

30 Jesus heals a paralytic

31 Matthew is called

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PART IV.

TIIE TRANSACTIONS OF TWELVE MONTHS FROM THE BEGIN-

NING OF THE SECOND PASSOVER.

32 The healing of an infirm man at Bethesda, in Jerusalem - 48

33 Jesus vindicates his disciples for plucking ears of corn on the

Sabbath

- - 52

34 Jesus heals' a man with a withered hand on the Sabbath, with-

draws himself from the Pharisçes, and heals many 53

35 Jesus retires to a mountain, calls his disciples to him, chuses

twelve, is followed by a great multitude, heals many ..

36 The Sermon on the Mount-

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Continuation of the Sermon on the Mount. .. ..

A second Continuation of the Sermon on the Mount - 64

37 The Servant of the Centurion is healed - - - - *67

38 The Widow's Son is raised-from the dead at Nain · 68

39 Jesus' Answer to the Disciples sent by John the Baptist : 69

40 Jesus' Reflections in consequence of his Appeal to his mighty

Works - - - - - - - .. . 71

41 A woman, who had been a sinner, is publicly re-assured of

forgiveness, by Jesus, sitting at meat with a Pharisee 73

42 Jesus during his second Çircuit through Galilee heals a

demoniac; and the Scribes and Pharisees blaspheme the

Holy Spirit . is . - - - - 74

43 The Scribes and Pharisees are reproved for secking a sign .76

44 Who are truly blessed - - - - - - 78

4.5 Jesus regards his disciples as his nearest relations .. ib.

46 Jesus, sitting at meat with a Pharisce, denounces woes

against the Pharisees, Scribes, and Teachers of the law

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75 Jesus' transfiguration : his discourse with the three disciples

as they were descending from the mountain - 124

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76 Jesus casts out a dumb and deaf spirit - - - 125

77 Jesus again foretels his sufferings and resurrection, - 127

78 Jesus works a miracle to pay the tribute money . ib.

79 The disciples contend who shall be the greatest. Jesus' conduct

and discourse on that occasion - - - - 128

80 The Seventy Disciples are instructed and sent out

133

81 Jesus goes to Jerusalem at the feast of tabernacles. His

conduct and discourses during the feast - -

S2 A woman taken in adultery is brought before Jesus - 139

83 Jesus discourses with the Scribes and Pharisees, with those who

believed in him, and with the unbelieving Jews - 140

84 Jesus restores to sight one blind from his birth. The consequence

of this miracle - -

144

85 The Seventy return - - - - - - 150

86 A teacher of the law is instructed how to attain eternal life 151

87 The Disciples are again taught how to pray · · 152

88 Jesus restores a woman who had been bored down for eighteen years 153

89 Jesus replies to the question, Are there fero that be saved ? 155

90 The transactions when our Lord eat bread with a chief Pharisee

on the Sabbath day - - - ..

156

91 Jesus states to the multitude the difficulties attending a profes-

sion of his religion - - - - - - 159

92 Jesus defends himself against the Pharisees and Scribes, for

instructing Publicans and Sinners • - - 160

93 Jesus instructs his disciples by the parable of the unjust Steward.

The Pharisees are reproved - -

- 163

94. Jesus further instructs his disciples - - - 166

95 The Samaritans will not receive Jesus. James and John are

reproved for their zeal against thein - ' - - 167

96 Jesus cleanseth ten lepers - - - - - 108

97 The Pharisees ask when the kingdom of God should come.

Our Lord's answer - - - - - - 169

98 Jesus speals a parable to his disciples, and another to certain :

men, who trusted in themselves that they were righteous 171

99 Jesus is received into Martha's house - - 172

100 Jesus keeps the feast of Dedication at Jerusalem - 173

101 Jesus goes again to Bethabara, after the feast of Dedication

und remains there till a fit occasion calls him into Judea 174

102 Jesus raiscs Lazarus from the dead. The consequences of

this miracle - - - - - - - 175

10.5 Jesus enters Judea. The Pharisees question him about a divorce 179

104 Jesus lays his hands on young children, and blesses them 180

105 Jesus' discourse in consequence of being asked by a rich man

how he should attain eternal life - -

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106 Jesus as he is going up to Jerusalem for etels his sufferings

to the twelve apart

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107 The ambitious request of James and John . - 185

108 Jesus restores sight to blind Bartimeus near Jericho - 186

109 Jesus visits Zaccheus a chief of the publicans . . 187

110 Jesus arrives at Bethany six days before the Passover 190

111 Jesus proceeds to Jerusalem, amidst the acclamations of the

disciples and of the multitude. The transactions there 191

112 The barren fig tree. The Temple cleansed - - 196

113 The disciples observe that the fig tree was withered away 197

114 Jesus' discourse with the chief Priests, the Scribes, and

Elders, in the Temple - - - - - 198

115 The Pharisees and Herodians, the Sadducees, and one of

the Pharisees, who was a Scribe, question Jesus. Jesus

questions the Pharisees -

- - - 202

116 Jesus, in the hearing of his disciples and of the multitude,

reproves the Scribes and Pharisees to their face, with a

divine eloquence - - - - - - 206

117 Jesus prefers the widow's offering to the gift of the rich - 210

118 Jesus foretels the destruction of the temple, as he takes his

final leave of it; and, on the mount of Olives, teaches four

of his apostles what were the signs of his coming, to destroy

the Jews, and to close the Mosaic dispensation - ib

119 Jesus describes the proceedings at the last day. How Jesus

employed himself during this week - - - 220

120 The transactions on the fourth day of the week in which

Jesus was crucified.

- - - - 221

PART VI. '

THE TRANSACTIONS OF THREE DAYS, PROM THE DAY ON

WHICH THE FOURTH PASSOVER WAS KILLED, TILL THE

END OF THE DAY BEFORE THE RESURRECTION.

ERRATUM.

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