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fies his intercourse with

sinners

gives instruction

vindicates his disciples

heals a 'withered hand

teaches out of a ship

elects the twelve apostles

speaks against blasphemy

tells who are his relations 78

Parable of the sower

of seed cast into the earth 79

of the grain of mustard

seed

Jesus stills the tempest

expels a legion of demons

cures a diseased woman

cures the daughter of

Jairus

is contemned by his own

countrymen
sends out his disciples to

preach

John the baptist beheaded

Jesus feeds five thousand

walks on the sea
his disciples eat with un-

washed hands
heals the daughter of a Sy-

rophenician woman

cures a deaf and dumb

man

feeds four thousand

refuses to give a sign
cautions his disciples against

the leaven of the Phari-

sees

cures a blind man

rebukes Peter

inculcates self-denial

is transfigured on the mount 88

heals an epileptic boy

foretells his death and re-

surrection

teaches his disciples humi.

lity

speaks of Gehenna
answers concerning divorce
his affection for little chil-

dren

instructs the rich man

speaks of the danger of

riches

foretells his death and re-

surrection

instructs the sons of Zebe-

dee
restores a blind man
enters Jerusalem
condemns the barren fig-

tree

MARK.

John enters on his ministry

Jesus is baptized by John

is tried : angels minister

to him

enters on his ministry
calls Peter, Andrew, James

and John
teaches in the synagogue ib.
expels an impare spirit ib.
heals Peter's mother-in-law ib.
preaches through all Ga-

lilee
cleanseth a leper
heals a paralytic

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Jesus heals a centurion's servant 118

restores a widow's son to life ib.

bears testimony to the mis-

sion of John

119

a woman anoints his feet ib.

women administer to him 120

Parable of the sower

Gospel light not to be hid

121

Jesus declares his relations

rebukes the wind and sea
casteth out a legion of de-
mons

ib

heals a diseased woman 122

raises the daughter of Jairus 123

commissions his apostles
Herod is jealous of Jesus

ib.

Jesus feeds five thousand

124

inculcates self-denial
is transfigured on the moun-

tain
expels a stubborn demon
notices his approaching suf-

ferings
reproves his disciples, and

gives them instruction ib.

commissions the seventy,

and sends them forth to

preach

126

The good Samaritan .

Jesus reproves Martha, and com-

mends Mary

teaches how to pray

casts out a demon

refuses to give a sign

teaches that the light of the

gospel is not to be hidden 130

reproves the Pharisees for
their hypocrisy

ib.

teaches his disciples whom

they should fear-and

that blasphemy will not

be forgiven

191

teaches the dangers of rich-

es
teaches confidence in di-

vine providence

teaches to be ready at his

coming

teaches that sin will be pu-

nished

133

teaches that divisions will
arise

ib.
reproves the Jews
teaches the necessity of

repentance

heals on the sabbath

gives various instructions 135

cures the dropsy

136
inculcates humility

ib

recommends hospitality

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LUKE.

Dedication of the book

104

An angel appeareth to Zachariah

in the temple

ib.

Prediction of the birth of John 105

Annunciation of the birth of

Christ

ib.

Meeting of Mary and Elizabeth 106
The birth of John

ib.
The birth of Jesus

107
Jesus is circumcised

108
prophecies concerning him ib.

his infancy and youth 109
John commences his public min-

istry
fulfils his mission

110
is imprisoned by Herod ib.
The genealogy of Jesus

111

Jesus is tried and overcometh ib.

teacheth in Galilee

expels a demon

113

cures Peter's mother-in-law ib.

teacheth in a vessel

has power on earth to for-
give sin

114
Pharisees murmur at him

ib.
Jesus giveth them instruction 115

is Lord even of the sabbath ib.
elects his twelve disciples 116

heals the diseased

his sermon on the plain

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189

JOHN.

Introduction

158

The mission of John

159
John bears testimony of Jesus ib.
Jesus manifests himself

160

turns water into wine ib.

purges the temple

161

teaches the new birth

162

declares the love of God to

the world

discourses with a Samaritan

woman

heals a nobleman's son
heals a lame man at Be-

thesda
declares that of himself he

can do nothing

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ACTS.

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Luke's dedication to Theophilis 199 Paul circumciseth Timothy
History of Jesus after his death to

is called into Macedonia
his ascension

converteth Lydia, and casts
Angels declare that Jesus will

a pythonic spirit out of a
come again

young woman
Matthias is chosen

| Paul and Silas imprisoned, the pri-

Descent of the holy spirit 201 son keeper converted

The holy spirit sent in proof that Paul travels and preaches in vari-

Jesus was the Messiah

ous places

Three thousand converted

discourses with philosophers
A lame man cured by Peter and

at Athens

John

203 comes to Corinth

231

Peter declares the power of Christ ib. The impartial conduct of Gallio
Peti r and John are imprisoned 204 | Paul arrives at Ephesus
The church assemble to pray, and

The character of Apollos

the holy spirit given

205 The gift of the spirit conferred by

The unity and community of the Paul

church

Vagabond Jews attempt to cast

Death of Ananias and his wife. ib. out evil spirits
The apostles work many miracles 207 Demetrius collects a mob against

are imprisoned ib. Paul
are delivered by an Paul on his way to Jerusalem, re-
angel and sent to

stores Eutychus at Troas 235

preach

ib. continues his journey, gives

Advice of Gamaliel to the council 208

a charge to the elders of

Seven deacons chosen

ib.

the Ephesian church ib.
Stephen accused and stoned 209-212 proceeds on his journey 236
Samaritans hear and receive the

his reception at Jerusalem 237

gospel

212 is assaulted by a Jewish mob 238

Simon thinks to purchase the

is rescued by the civil power ib.

spirit with money

is permitted to speak; but is

The Ethiopian eunuch converted ib.

retained

Paul's con version

214 Paul is rescued by the Roman tri.

Paul preaches at Jerusalem 215

bune

Peter cureth Æneas of the palsy ib. appears before the Jewish
restores Dorcas to life

council

sees a vision

216 pleads and is carried back

preaches to Cornelius 217

to the castle

The gospel spreads farther among

is en couraged by Jesus in a

the Greeks

218

vision

Agabus prophesieth of a dearth 219 | A conspiracy against Paul disco-

Herod killeth James and impri-

vered the chief captain

soneth Peter

220

sends him under a guard

Peter is delivered by an angel,

to Felix

. ib.
visits his friends, and leaves the Paul accused before Felix

242

place

gives an account of his life ib.

Herod's miserable death

-his hearing is put off 243
Paul and Barnabas set apart for

discourses with Felix
the ministry

ib. Porcius Festus succeeds Felix
Paul and Barnabas preach at sun. Paul accused before Festus
dry places .

appeals to Cæsar
Elymas withstands them

Festus informs king Agrippa of

Paul preaches at Antioch

222 Paul

heals a cripple at Lystra 224 Paul being brought before Agrip-

is stoned, but escapeth alive 225 pa makes his defence

Debates concerning circumcision ib. | Agrippa considers Paul innocent,

The apostles' letter to the Gentile I but having appealed to Cæsar he

converts

226 is sent to Rome

A dispute between Paul and Bar- Paul foretelleth the danger of the

nabas

227 | voyage

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The shipwreck

248 intimates his intention of

Cast upon the isle of Melita:

going to Jerusalem. 270
(now Malta)

249 concludes with salutations 271
Paul healeth Publius and others ib. adds a few more practical
sails for Rome

advices
assembles the Jews at Rome 250 his fellow labourers join in

Luke concludes his narrative 251

the salutations

ROMANS.

1 CORINTHIANS.

Paul asserts his apostolic office 251 Paul addresses the church
The introduction of th

exhorts the brethren to una-
Paul describes the depravity of the

nimity

ib.

gentiles

Conversion from sin is not effect-

The Jews having broke the law ed by human eloquence

273
are equally guilty

| Parties and divisions to be avoid-
Both Jews and gentiles are justifi.

ed

274

ed by faith

256 | Ministers of the gospel are to be

“ Abrahan, believed God, and it respected; yet only as servants

was counted to him for righte-

of God

275

ousness”

ib Paul's sentence against lewdness 276

The doctrine of reconciliation Christians should settle disputes

through Christ

among themselves

The universality of justification What characters cannot enter the

through Christ

kingdom of God

The doctrine of justification

The duty of chastity enforced

through faith in Christ does not Paul's opinion concerning marri-

encourage men to sin

278

The strictest morality enforced by

advice respecting eating things

the gospel

offered to idols

280

The old covenant was dissolved at Paul asserts his apostolic rights ib.

the death of Christ

admonishes the Corinthians 282

The law had its use, not as a rule Prudence and circumspection to
of justification to sinners, but to

be used before infidels
lead man to Christ

ib. | Paul directs the Corinthians how

The gospel contains superior mo to conduct themselves in their

tives to holiness

260 assemblies

289

The children of the promise are Advice to persons endowed with

accounted for the seed of Abra-

spiritual gifts

284

ham

262 Love is more excellent than all

God as a wise sovereign confereth other spiritual gifts

privileges as he pleaseth

263 Public speakers should be under

Gentiles as well as Jews are ad-

some regulation

mitted into the family of God Paul reasons concerning a resur-

through faith in Christ

264 rection

The Jews are rejected for a time, An objection to the resurrection

but will be restored again with proposed and answered

the fulness of the gentiles 265 Paul concludes with some direc-

The apostle gives a variety of pre-

tions and salutations . 291

cepts suitable to believers in

every age

2 CORINTHIANS.

· Christians should be subordinate Paul's address and introduction 292

to the government under which

appeal to God respecting

they live

267

his conduct and intention 29
Christian converts are exhorted

success in Macedonia 299
to bear with each other

268 | The apostles needed no letters of

Paul's benediction

269 recommendation

apology for writing to the The apostles used no guile in their

Christiaus at Rome, not

ministry

295

being yet personally known

being deeply impressed with

to them

270 | a sense of future objects,

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