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Parable of the marriage feast ib.
heals a withered hand ib.
elects the twelve apostles ib.
speaks against blasphemy ib.
tells who are his relations 78
reproves them for their hy-
of seed cast into the earth 79
of the grain of mustard
indicates his second coming ib. expels a legion of demons 80
cures a diseased woman 81
cures the daughter of
his agony and prayer in the
cures a deaf and dumb
is accused and condemned ib. refuses to give a sign ib.
Jesus is crucified between two
inculcates self-denial ib.
John enters on his ministry
answers concerning divorce ib.
his affection for little chil.
heals a paralytic
Jesus silences the Pharisees 94 Jesus heals a centurion's seryant 118
ib, restores a widow's son to life ib.
foretells the destruction of Jesus declares his relations
rebukes the wiud and sea ib.
heals a diseased woman 122
raises the daughter of Jairus 123
ib. Herod is jealous of Jesus ib.
informs his disciples that
inculcates self-denial ib.
is transfigured on the moun-
expels a stubborn demon 125
is unjustly condemned ib.
An angel appeareth to Zachariah
teaches how to pray
Annunciation of the birth of
teaches that the light of the
gospel is not to be hidden 130
The birth of John
prophecies concerning him ib.
that blasphemy will not
John commences his public min-
teaches the dangers of rich-
is imprisoned by Herod ib.
teaches to be ready at his
cures Peter's mother-in-law ib.
teaches that divisions will
114 teaches the necessity
Jesus giveth them instruction 115
heals on the sabbath ib.
his sermon on the plain ib.
Jesus recommends self denial 137 Jesus shows from various testi-
mony who he is
Jesus teaches his disciples ib.
teacheth in the temple 172
instructs the Pharisees in re-
is the light of the world ib.
wards the Jews against un-
shows his love to children ib.
argues with the Jews and
restores a blind man
herd with an hireling 177
proves himself to be the
silences the scribes
the chief-priests are en-
his agony in the garden 151 washeth his disciples' feet ib.
foretells the conduct of Ju-
Jesus manifests himself
discourses with a Samaritan
expires on the cross ib.
heals a lame man at Be.
appears again at the sea of
declares that of himself he
gives charge to Peter
Luke's dedication to Theophilus 199 Paul circumciseth Timothy ib.
is called into Macedonia ib.
Matthias is chosen
ib. Paul and Silas imprisoned, the pri-
The apostles work many miracles 207 Demetrius collects a mob against
continues his journey, gives
a charge to the elders of
The gospel spreads farther among
is en couraged by Jesus in a
Agabus prophesieth of a dearth 219
A conspiracy against Paul disco-
vered-ihe chief captain
sends him under a guard
ib. gives an account of his life ib.
Paul and Barnabas set apart for
discourses with Felix
ib. | Porcius Festus succeeds Felix ib.
Elymas withstands them
ib. Festus informs king Agrippa of
is sent to Rome
intimates his intention of
249 concludes with salutations 271
Paul asserts his apostolic office 251 Paul addresses the church
The Jews having broke the law ed by human eloquence
Both Jews and gentiles are justifi. ed
The doctrine of justifieation The duty of chastity enforced ib.
through faith in Christ does not Paul's opinion concerning marri-
The strictest morality enforced by
advice respecting eating things
The law had its use, not as a rule Prudence and circumspection to
ib. Paul directs the Corinthians how
262 Love is more excellent than all
privileges as he pleaseth, 263 Public speakers should be under
Christian converts are exhorted
success in Macedonia