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XX. The Witness of the Baptist concerning Christ.—John iii.

22-36

112

XXI. The Baptist is imprisoned.—Matt. xiv. 3—12; Luke iii.

19, 20

116

XXII. Christ talketh with a Woman of Samaria.-John iv.

1-42

120

XXIII. Christ healeth the Ruler's Son at Capernaum.-John iv.

43-54

. 129

XXIV. Christ driven from Nazareth.-Luke iv. 16-30

130

XXV. Christ dwelleth in Capernaum, and teacheth.—Matt. iv.

13-17; Mark i. 14, 15

135

XXVI. Christ calleth Peter and Andrew, James and John.-

Matt. iv. 18-22; Mark i. 16—20; Luke v. 1-11 .

ib.

XXVII. Christ cureth one possessed of a Devil.—Matt. iv.

23—25; Mark i. 23—28; Luke iv. 33–37

141

XXVIII. Christ healeth Peter's Mother-in-law.—Matt. viii. 16,

17; Mark i. 29—31 ; Luke iv. 38, 39

143

XXIX. Christ healeth many Diseased. Persons.—Matt. viii. 16,

17; Mark i. 32–34; Luke iv. 40, 41 .

144

XXX. Christ retires apart to pray.—Mark i. 35–38; Luke iv.

42-44

145

XXXI. Christ cleanseth the Leper.—Matt. viii. 2—4; Mark i.

40-45; Luke v. 12-15

147

XXXII. Christ cureth one sick of the Palsy.—Matt. ix. 1–8;

Mark ür. 1-12; Luke v. 18-26

151

XXXIII. Christ calleth Matthew,' and eateth with Publicans.-

Matt. ix. 9–13; Mark ii. 14–17; Luke v. 27-32 156

XXXIV. Christ healeth one at the Pool of Bethesda.—John v.

1-47

159

XXXV. Christ the Lord of the Sabbath.—Matt. xii. 1-13;

Mark ii. 23—28 ; ii. 1–5; Luke vi. 1-10

165

XXXVI. Christ in danger from the Pharisees and the Herodians.

-Matt. xii. 14-21; Mark iii. 6—12; Luke v. 11 167

XXXVII. Christ chooseth the Twelve Apostles.—Matt. x. 1--42;

Mark iii. 14--19; Luke vi. 13-16

. 168

XXXVIII. Christ preacheth from the Mount.—Matt. v.-vii; Luke

vi. 17-49

171

XXXIX. Christ healeth the Centurion's Servant.--Matt. viii.

5–13; Luke vii, 1-10

173

XL. Christ raiseth from the dead the Widow's Son at Nain.

-Luke vii. 11-17

176

XLI. Christ answereth John's Messengers.—Matt. xi. 2-19;

Luke vii. 18-35

. 177

XLII. Christ upbraids the Cities.—Matt. xi. 20—30

• 181

XLIII. Christ at meat with Simon the Pharisee.—Luke vii.

36-50

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XLIV. Blasphemy against the Holy Ghost.-—Matt. xii. 22—27;

Mark iii. 22-30; Luke xii. 8-12

188

XLV. Christ restrained by His Mother and Brethren.- Matt.

xii. 46–50; Mark iii. 31-35; Luke viii. 19–21. 193

XLVI. Christ teacheth by Parables.—Matt. xiii. 34, 35; Mark iv.

33, 34; Luke viji. 4

194

XLVII. The Parable of the Sower and the Seed.--Matt. xii.

1-23; Mark iv. 1-20; Luke viii. 5-15

196

XLVIII, The Parable of the Tares.- Matt. xiii. 24–30

ib.

XLIX. The Parables of the Seed growing secretly, of the Mustard

Seed, of Leaven, of the Hidden Treasure, of the Pearl,

and the Drawnet.—Matt. xii. 31-52 ; Mark iv.
26-32.

197

L. Christ showeth ho He is to be followed.-Matt. viii.

18–22; Luke ix. 57—62

200

LI. Christ stilleth the Tempest on the Sea.- Matt. viii.

23-27; Mark iv. 35–41; Luke viii. 22—25

201

LII. Christ sendeth Devils into the Swine.—Matt. viii. 28–34;

Mark v. 1-20; Luke viii. 22-39

LIII. Christ healeth the Bloody Issue.—Matt. ix. 20—22;

Mark v. 25—34; Luke viii. 43–48

208

LIV. Christ raiseth from death Jairus’ Daughter.—Matt. ix.

18, 19. 23–26; Mark v. 21—24. 35-43; Luke viii.

41, 42, 49--56

209

LV. Christ giveth Sight to two Blind Men.—Matt. ix. 27—31 211

LVI. Christ healeth one Dumb possessed of a Devil.—Matt. ix.

32, 33

ib.

LVII. Christ sendeth forth His Twelve Apostles.-Matt. x.

1-42; Mark vi. 7–13; Luke ix. 1-6

212

LVIII. Death of the Baptist. Apostles return to Christ.—Matt. xiv.

Mark vi. 30–32; Luke ix. 10, 11

218

LIX. Christ feedeth Five Thousand. - Matt. xiv. 14-21;

Mark vi. 33-44; Luke ix. 12–17; John vi. 1-14 220

LX. Christ walketh on the Sea.—Matt. xiv. 22-33; Mark vi.

45–56; John vi. 15-21

222

LXI. Christ teacheth in the Synagogue at Capernaum.-Luke

xii. 1-7; John vi. 22—65

225

LXII. Christ rebuketh Traditions.--Matt. xv. 1–20; Mark vii.

1-23

228

LXIII. Christ healeth the Syro-Phenician's Daughter.-Matt. xv.

21—28; Mark vii. 24-30 ,

230

LXIV. Christ healeth one Deaf and Dumb.--Matt. xv. 29–31;

Mark vii. 31-37 ,

233

LXV. Christ feedeth Four Thousand.-Matt. xv. 32–39;

Mark viii. 1-9

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LXVI. Christ refuseth a sign to the Pharisees and Sadducees.

- Matt. xvi. 1--12; Mark viii. 10—21

236

LXVII. Christ giveth a Blind Man sight.–Mark viii. 22—26 239

LXVIII. Christ enquireth the People's Opinion of Him.-

Matt. xvi. 13—20; Mark viii. 27-30; Luke ix.

18-21

240

LXIX. The Transfiguration of Christ.—Matt. xvii. 1-13;

Mark ix. 2-13; Luke ix. 28–36

243

LXX. Christ healeth the Lunatic Boy.—Matt. xvii. 14—21;

Mark ix. 14-29; Luke ix. 37-42 .

LXXI. Christ payeth Tribute.—Matt. xvii. 24—27

250

LXXII. Christ exhorteth to Humility.—Matt. xviii, 1–14; Mark

ix. 33–37; Luke ix. 46–48

252

LXXIII. Christ teacheth Forgiveness by a Parable.—Matt. xviii.

15-35

254

LXXIV. Christ goeth up to Jerusalem to the Feast of Taber-

nacles.---John vii, 1–53.

257

LXXV. Christ dischargeth the Woman taken in Adultery.-

John viii. 1-11

. 264

LXXVI. Christ justifieth His Doctrine.—John viii. 12—59 · 267

LXXVII. The Seventy sent forth and return.—Luke x. 1—24 . 271

LXXVIII. Christ answereth the Lawyer.—Matt. xxii. 35—40;

Luke x. 25-29

273

LXXIX. The Parable of the Good Samaritan.-Luke x. 30–37. 275

LXXX. Christ commends Mary the Sister of Martha.-Luke x.

38-42

. 279

LXXXI. Christ teacheth to pray.—Luke xi. 1—13

LXXXII. Christ reprehendeth the Hypocrisy of the Pharisees.-

Luke xi. 37-54

286

LXXXIII. Christ denounceth Hypocrisy and Faithlessness in His

Disciples.-Luke xii. 1-12

288

LXXXIV. The Parable of the Rich Man and his Barns.—Luke xii.

13--39

• 289

LXXXV. Christ preacheth Repentance.—Luke xiii. 1-5 . 294

LXXXVI. Parable of the Fruitless Fig-Tree.—Luke xiii. 6-9 . 296

LXXXVII. Christ healeth the Crooked Woman.-Luke xiii.

10-17

. 297

LXXXVIII. The Strait Gate.-Luke xiii. 23–30

• 298

LXXXIX. Christ reproveth Jerusalem.—Luke xiii. 31—35 300

XC. Christ healeth the Dropsy on the Sabbath.-Luke xiv.

1-6

303

XCI. Christ teacheth Humility by a Parable.—Luke xiv.

7--14

304

XCII. The Parable of the Great Supper.—Luke xiv. 15

-24

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XCIII. Christ's Disciples must bear His Cross.—Matt. x. 37

—39; xvi. 24–26. Mark viii. 34-37; ix, 49, 50,

Luke ix. 23–25; xiv. 25–35

310

XCIV. Parables of the Lost Sheep and Piece of Silver.—Matt.

xviï. 12–14; Luke xv. 1-10

313

XCV. Parable of the Prodigal Son.—Luke xy. 11-32

315

XCVI. Parable of the Unjust Steward.—Luke xvi. 1-18

320

XCVII. Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus.-Luke xvi.

19-31.

• 325

XCVIII. Christ teacheth the Power of Faith.—Luke xvii, 1–10

XCIX. Christ healeth Ten Lepers.-Luke xvii. 11-19

334

C. Christ's Signs; and Manner of His coming to Judgment.-

Matt. xxiv. 23–31; Mark xiii. 21-31; Luke xvii. 20—37 338

CI. Parable of the Importunate Widow.—Luke xvii. 148 341

CII. Parable of the Pharisee and Publican.-Luke xviii. 9-14 . ib.

CIII. Christ restores the Blind, and offends the Pharisees.-

John ix. 1441

345

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CV. Christ retireth beyond Jordan.—John X. 19442

354

CVI. Christ teacheth of Marriage and Divorcement.--Matt. xix.

1-12; Mark x. 1-12 .

357

CVII, Christ blesseth Little Children.—Matt. xix. 13–15; Mark

x. 13–16; Luke xvii. 15–17

360

CVIII. The danger of trusting in Riches.—Matt. xix. 16—30;

Mark x. 17–31; Luke xviii. 18—27

361

CIX. Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard.—Matt. xx.

1-16 .

365

CX. Christ returneth to Judæa.-John xi, 1-16

369

CXI. Christ foretelleth His Death and Resurrection.—Matt. xx.

17-19; Mark x. 32-34 ; Luke xviii. 31–34

370

CXII. Christ answereth the Mother of Zebedee's Children.-

Matt. xx. 20—28; Mark x. 35–45; Luke xxii. 24—30 371

CXIII. Christ healeth Bartimeus.-Matt. xx. 29–34; Mark x.

46–52; Luke xviii. 35–43 .

375

CXIV. Christ and Zaccheus the Publican.-Luke xix. 1-10 . 376

CXV. The Parable of the Ten Talents.--Matt. xxv. 14—30;

Luke xix. 11-27 .

380

CXVI. Christ raiseth Lazarus.—John xi. 17-46

385

CXVII. Council of the Chief Priests. Caiaphas prophesieth.-

John xi. 47-54

392

CXVIII. Christ entertained by Lazarus.—John xii. 1–11

396

CXIX. Christ rideth in triumph into Jerusalem.—Matt. xxi.

1-11; Mark xi. 1-11; Luke xix. 28—40; John xii.

12—19.

. 399

CXX. Christ purgeth the Temple.—Matt. xxi. 12—16; Mark xi.

15–19; Luke xix. 45–48

405

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