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TRANSACTIONS OF TWELVE MONTHS, FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE
20 Christ goes to Jerusalem at the first passover, and drives
the traders out of the temple.
21 Christ's discourse with Nicodemus.
22 The baptism, witness, and doctrine of John.
23 Jesus retires into Galilee after John the Baptist's im-
prisonment. Revealeth himself to the woman of Sa-
maria. Many Samaritans believe on him.
24 In Galilee Jesus exercises his public ministry. In Cana
he heals the ruler's son, who lay sick at Capernaum. . 29
25 Jesus goes to Nazareth ; applies to himself Isaiah's pre-
diction of the Messiah ; dwelleth in Capernaum. 30
26 The miraculous draught of fishes.
27 Jesus in the synagogue at Capernaum healeth one that
had a devil.
28 Jesus healeth Peter's mother in law, and
29 Jesus cleanseth the leper.
30 Christ healeth one sick of the palsy.
31 Matthew is called.
THE TRANSACTIONS OF TWELVE MONTHS, FROM TIIE BEGINNING OF
THE SECOND PASSOVER.
32 Jesus on the sabbath day healeth an impotent man at
Bethesda in Jerusalem.
33 The disciples pluck and eat the ears of corn on the
sabbath day; Jesus reproveth the blindness of the
Pharisees concerning the sabbath. .
34 Christ healeth the withered hand on the sabbath.
35 Christ chooseth his twelve apostles.
36 The sermon on the mount.
Continuation of the sermon on the mount.
A second continuation of the sermon on the mount. . 50
37 The centurion's servant healed. .
38 Christ raiseth the widow's son at Nain.
39 Christ's testimony concerning John the Baptist.
40 Christ upbraids those who had seen his miracles without
repentance; and invites sinners to come to him. 56
41 The woman with the alabaster box of ointment.
42 Healeth one possessed with a devil; reproveth the Pha-
risees for blasphemy.
43 The scribes and Pharisees are rebuked for seeking after
44 Christ declareth who are truly blessed.
45 And who are his brethren.
46 Reproveth the outward shew of holiness in the Pharisees,
scribes, and lawyers.
47 Christ preacheth to his disciples and the people against
hypocrisy, covetousness, &c. .
48 The parable of the fig tree.
49 The parable of the sower, and other parables.
50 Christ stilleth the tempest.
51 Christ casteth out devils.
52 Christ eateth with publicans and sinners. He raiseth
53 He giveth sight to two blind men.
54 He casts out a dumb spirit.
55 He is again rejected at Nazareth.
56 He hath compassion on the multitude.
57 The twelve are instructed, and sent forth.
58 Jesus continues his journey through Galilee.
59 The twelve preach repentance.
60 The death of John the Baptist.
61 Herod desires to see Christ.
62 The twelve return.
63 Christ feedeth five thousand men with five loaves and
64 He walketh on the sea.
65 Christ the true bread of life.
THE TRANSACTIONS OF TWELVE MONTHS, FROM THE BEGINNING OF
THE THIRD PASSOVER.
66 The Pharisees rebuked for breaking the commandment
of God by the traditions of men.
67 He healeth the daughter of a Syrophenician woman. 91
68 He restoreth a man to hearing and speech.
69 Christ feedeth the people miraculously.
70 The Pharisees and Sadducees again seek a sign from
71 The disciples are warned against the leaven of the Pha-
risees and Sadducees.
72 Christ giveth a blind man his sight.
73 Peter repeats his confession that Jesus is the Christ.
74 Jesus foresheweth his death : reproveth Peter, and ex-
horts all to self-denial.
75 The transfiguration of Christ.
76 Jesus casts out a dumb and deaf spirit.
77 Jesus again foretels his sufferings and resurrection. 98
78 Jesus works a miracle to pay the tribute-money.
79 The disciples contend who shall be the greatest. Jesus
exhorteth them to humility.
80 The seventy disciples are instructed and sent forth. 103
81 Jesus reproveth his kinsmen: goeth up from Galilee to
the feast of tabernacles: teacheth in the temple.
The Pharisees chide with Nicodemus.
82 Christ delivereth the woman taken in adultery.
83 Christ the light of the world: he answereth the Jews
that boasted of Abraham: conveyeth himself
84 The man that was born blind restored to sight. The
Pharisees question the miracle.
85 The seventy return.
86 The parable of the good Samaritan.
87 Christ teacheth to pray.
88 He healeth the crooked woman. Parable of the mustard
seed, and of the leaven.
89 He exhorteth to enter in at the strait gate: reproveth
Herod, and Jerusalem.
90 Christ healeth the dropsy on the sabbath; teacheth
humility. The parable of the great supper.
91 The disciples of Christ must be ready to forsake all for
92 Parable of the lost sheep; of the piece of silver; and
of the prodigal son.
93 Parable of the unjust steward ; and of the rich man
94 Christ teacheth the disciples to avoid offences; to for-
give one another, &c.
95 The Samaritans will not receive Jesus. James and
John are rebuked.
96 Christ healeth ten lepers.
97 Of the kingdom of God, and the coming of the Son of
98 Parable of the importunate widow; of the Pharisee
99 Christ reprehendeth Martha, and commendeth Mary. 132
100 He proveth by his works that he is the Son of God. 132
101 Jesus goes again to Bethabara beyond Jordan.
102 Christ raiseth Lazarus from the dead.
103 Christ healeth the sick; answereth the Pharisees con-
104 Christ receiveth little children.
105 Christ instructeth the rich young man how to attain
eternal life. Parable of the labourers in the vine-
106 Christ foretelleth his own death and resurrection. 141
107 He answereth the mother of Zebedee's children, and
teacheth his disciples to be lowly.
108 Christ restoreth sight to Bartimæus.
109 Christ visiteth Zacchæus a publican. Parable of the
ten pieces of money.
110 Jesus arrives at Bethany six days before the passover. 145
111 Jesus rideth into Jerusalem with triumph; weepeth
over it. He foretelleth his death. The Jews are
112 Christ curseth the barren fig tree: purgeth the temple. 150
113 He exhorteth his disciples to stedfastness of faith. . 151
114 Parable of the vineyard; of the wicked husbandmen;
and the marriage of the king's son.
115 Of paying tribute to Cæsar ; Christ confuteth the Sad-
ducees; he answereth the lawyer which is the first
and great commandment.
116 Jesus reproveth the scribes and Pharisees : prophe-
sieth the destruction of Jerusalem.
widow's two mites. .
118 Jesus foretelleth the destruction of the temple, &c.
and the signs of his second coming.
119 The description of the last judgment.
120 The rulers conspire against Christ. Mary anointeth
his feet. Satan prepares Judas to betray him. . 168
THE TRANSACTIONS OF THREE DAYS, FROM THE DAY ON WHICH THE
FOURTII PASSOVER WAS KILLED, TILL THE END OF TIIE DAY
BEFORE THE RESURRECTION.
121 The apostles prepare
122 Jesus washeth the disciples' feet.
123 Jesus foretelleth that Judas should betray him. · 172
124 Jesus foretelleth to the apostles the fall of Peter and
their common danger.
125 Christ instituteth his holy supper.
126 Christ comforteth his disciples with the hope of heaven. 175
127 The mutual love between Christ and his members. 178
128 Christ prayeth for the apostles and all believers. • 182
129 Christ's agony in the garden.
130 Judas betrayeth Jesus.
131 Jesus is brought before Annas and Caiaphas. Peter
denies him thrice.
132 Jesus questioned before Caiaphas, and afterward before
the whole Jewish council, confesseth himself to be
the Christ, and is pronounced guilty of death.
133 Jesus is taken before Pilate.
134 Pilate sends Jesus to Herod.
135 Herod sends Jesus again to Pilate. Pilate seeks to
136 Christ is scourged, crowned with thorns, and beaten ;
and is led to be crucified.