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PART III.

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Christ casts the Traders out of the Temple of Jerusalem 35

The Discourse with Nicodemus

36

John the Baptist declares the greater Dignity of Jesus Christ.

John is imprisoned

38

Christ retires into Galilee. Passes through Samaria, where He

makes Disciples

40

In Galilee Christ heals the Son of Herod's Officer

43

Christ applies to Himself Isaiah's Prediction of the Messiah.

The people of Nazareth seek to kill Him

45

Christ leaves Nazareth, and dwells at Capernaum. The Mira-

culous Draught of Fishes. The Call of Simon and Andrew,

James and John

46

Christ performs many Miraculous Cures, including the Cure of

a Demoniac, and of Peter's Wife's Mother

49

Christ heals a Leper

51

Christ heals a Paralytic

52

Matthew is called .

54

The Healing the Cripple at the Pool of Bethesda .

55

The Power of the Son of God

56

Christ shows the Divine Testimony to his Mission

58

The Disciples pluck ears of Corn on the Sabbath. Christ vindi-

cates them

59

Christ restores a withered Hand on the Sabbath

60

Christ retires with his Disciples

62

Christ chooses the Twelve Apostles, and performs many Cures. 63

The Sermon on the Mount .

64

The Sermon on the Mount continued

66

The Sermon on the Mount continued

67

The Sermon on the Mount continued

69

The Sermon on the Mount continued

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The Sermon on the Mount continued

73

The Sermon on the Mount continued

75

The Centurion's Servant is healed

76

Christ recalls to life the Son of the Widow of Nain

77

Christ's Answer to the Disciples of John the Baptist

78

Christ's Testimony to John the Baptist

79

Christ rebukes the Ingratitude and Unbelief of the Jews 80

Christ remits the Sins of a Female Penitent

81

Christ heals a Demoniac. The Scribes and Pharisees blas.

pheme. Blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall never be

forgiven

83

The Scribes and Pharisees seek a Sign. They are reproved :

but that of Jonas is given

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Christ regards his true Disciples as his nearest Relations 86

Christ teaches by Parables. The Parable of the Sower 87

Christ explains to his Disciples the Parable of the Sower 89

The Parables of the Wheat and the Tares: the Grain of Mus.

tard Seed : and the hidden Leaven

91

The hidden Treasure. The Pearl of great price. The Nei

cast into the Sea

94

Christ commands to cross the Lake. He quells the Tempest 95

Christ heals the Demoniacs of Gadara

96

The Feast in Matthew's House. Our Lord defends his Disciples

for not Fasting

99

The Raising of Jairus' Daughter. A Woman cured of an Issue

of Blood. Two Blind Men receive their Sight

101

Christ revisits Nazareth, and is rejected there.

104

Christ sends forth the Twelve Apostles .

105

The Death of John the Baptist

109

The Twelve Apostles return. Christ feeds Five Thousand with

Five Loaves and Two Fishes


Christ walks on the Sea. Peter failing in doing the same is

rescued

114

Christ discourses with the Multitude at Capernaum. Peter

confesses that Jesus is Christ

116

Christ's Discourse with the Pharisees and Scribes, with the

Multitude, and with his Disciples, respecting eating with un-

washen hands

121

Christ heals the Daughter of a Syrophenician Woman 124

Christ heals a Deaf and Dumb Man; and feeds upwards of Four

Thousand with Seven Loaves and a few small Fishes . 125

The Pharisees and Sadducees again demand a Sign. The Dis.

ciples are cautioned to beware of the Leaven of the Pharisees,

of the Sadducees, and of Herod

127

Christ restores a Blind Man to Sight near Bethsaida. Peter

again confesses Jesus to be the Christ

129

Christ plainly foretells his Sufferings and Resurrection, rebukes

Peter, and exhorts all to Self-denial

131

Christ is Transfigured : his Discourse with his Disciples on the

occasion.

Christ casts out a Deaf and Dumb Spirit

134

Christ again predicts his Sufferings and Resurrection. He works

a miracle to pay the Tribute Money

137

The Disciples dispute who shall be greatest. Christ discourses

with them concerning Offences .

138

Christ discourses with his Disciples concerning Forgiveness 1 40

Seventy Disciples are instructed and sent out

143

Christ goes to Jerusalem at the Feast of the Tabernacles. His

Discourses during the Feast. The Conduct of Nicodemus. 144

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A Woman taken in Adultery is brought before Christ. He dis-

misses her

149

Christ discourses with the Scribes and Pharisees, with those who

believed in Him, and with the unbelieving Jews

150

The Return of the Seventy

154

A Teacher of the Law is instructed how to obtain eternal Life. 155

The Disciples are again taught how to pray

157

Christ reproves the Hypocrisy of the Pharisees

158

Christ teaches his Disciples to avoid Hypocrisy and Fearful-

ness. The Parable of the Rich Man dying suddenly. The

Church exhorted to watch

160

Christ admonishes the Jews to take warning

166

Christ heals a Woman who had been infirm for eighteen

years

167

Christ answers the Question whether few will be saved

168

Christ heals on the Sabbath ; teaches Humility. The Parable

of the Great Supper

169

Christ instructs the People in the Difficulties of his Religion 172

The Lost Sheep; the Lost Piece of Silver; the Prodigal

Son

173

Christ instructs his Disciples by the Parable of the Unjust

Steward. The Pharisees are reproved

176

Christ continues to instruct his Disciples

179

The Samaritans will not receive Christ. How He must be fol-

lowed

181

Christ cleanses Ten Lepers

182

The Pharisees ask when the Kingdom of God should come.

Our Lord's Answer

183

The Parables of the Importunate Widow, and the Pharisee and

Publican

185

The good part chosen by Mary

186

Christ restores to Sight a Man blind from his Birth. The good

Shepherd .

187

Christ keeps the Feast of the Dedication at Jerusalem, and

afterwards retires beyond the Jordan .

192

Christ raises Lazarus from the Dead. The consequences of this

Miracle

194

The Pharisees question our Lord concerning Divorce . 198

Christ lays his Hand on young Children, and blesses them

The Answer of Christ to the rich young Man .

ib.

The Reward of Labourers in the Lord's Vineyard

202

Christ, as He is going to Jerusalem, foretells his Suffering to the

Twelve apart. The ambitious Petition of James and John . 204

Christ restores Sight to the Blind

206

Christ visits Zacchæus, a Chief of the Publicans. Parable of

the Pounds

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Christ arrives at Bethany six Days before the Passover. Mary

anoints his Feet with Ointment

211

Christ proceeds to Jerusalem amidst the acclamations of the

Disciples and the Multitude. Certain Greeks desire to see

Him

213

The Unbelief of the Jews

. 218

The barren Fig Tree. The Temple purged

. 219

Christ's Discourse with the Chief Priests, Scribes, and Elders

in the Temple

221

The Pharisees, Herodians, and Sadducees question Christ. He

questions them in return

226

Christ reproves the Scribes and Pharisees as hypocrites, in the

hearing of his Disciples and the Multitude

230

Christ prefers the Widow's Mite to the Donations of the Rich 234

Christ departing from the Temple for the last time, predicts

its Destruction

ib.

The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins

242

The Parable of the Talents .

243

Christ describes the Events of the Last Day

245

Christ foretells his Death. Judas agrees to betray Him 246

Christ prepares to celebrate the Passover. He sits down to eat

with the Twelve

247

An ambitious Contention among the Twelve. Christ washes

the Feet of his Disciples.

249

Christ breaks and distributes the Bread to his Disciples. He

foretells that Judas would betray Him

251

Christ foretells the Fall of Peter, and the Danger of his Fol-

lowers .

253

Christ gives the Cup to his Disciples

255

Christ comforts his Disciples

ib.

Christ continues his solemn Discourse to his Disciples

258

The Prayer of Christ.

264

Christ predicts the scattering of his Disciples

266

The Agony of Christ in Gethsemane

267

Christ is Betrayed

269

Christ is brought before Annas and Caiaphas

271

Peter denies the Lord thrice

274

Christ stands before Caiaphas, and before the whole Jewish

Council. He confesses bimself to be the Christ, and is pro-

nounced guilty of Death. The Fate of Judas .

275

Christ is led to Pilate

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Pilate sends Christ to Herod

Pilate seeks in vain to release Christ.

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