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The parables of the net cast into the sea, which gathered Sect.
fish of every kind: and of the householder which brings
out of his treasury things new and old,
The twelve apostles are sent out in the country of Naza-
John Baptist is put to death by Herod the tatrarch, in the
After the Baptist's death the apostles return to Capernaum,
The multitude propose to make Jesus a king. He persuades
them to depart, and orders his disciples to sail away be-
fore him. They are retarded by contrary winds. Jesus
walks upon the sea, draws nigh to their boat, and makes
Peter also to walk upon
Jesus goes into Capernaum. The sermon and conversation
in the synagogue there, occasioned by the miracle of the
loaves. During our Lord's stay in Capernaum, many
miraculous cures are received by touching his clothes,
In Galilee, the Pharisees blame the disciples for eating with
unwashed hands. Jesus reproves the Pharisees for their
Jesus, in the country of Tyre and Sidon, cures a Canaanitish
woman's daughter, who was vexed with a devil,
In Decapolis Jesus cures one who was deaf, and who had an
The second miraculous dinner is given to eight thousand
people on a mountain near the sea of Galilee. See § 60.
In Dalmanutha the Pharisees demand the sign from heaven
the second time. See § 48. 86. The sign of the prophet
Jonah promised the second time. See $ 48. 86. Jesus
leaves Dalmanutha. In sailing across the lake, he cau-
tions his disciples to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees
Jesus lands at Bethsaida, and gives sight to a blind man near
Jesus makes a tour by land, and goes into the country of
Cæsarea Philippi. He bestows on Peter the
In the country of Cæsarea Philippi Jesus inculcates the
Jesus is transfigured upon an high mountain in the country
of Cæsarea Philippi, and foretels his own sufferings and
Jesus goes up to Jerusalem, to celebrate the feast of Taber-
nacles. In the temple he preaches to a great concourse
of people. While he is preaching, the senate send their
officers to apprehend him: The officers, charmed with
his eloquence, go away without attempting to lay hands
Jesus continues his discourse,
The woman that was caught committing adultery is placed
The man that was born blind is sent by Jesus to wash in the
pool of Siloam, and there receives his sight. This mira-
cle makes a great noise in Jerusalem, and is examined by
Jesus, in his way to the feast of Dedication, is refused lodg-
Jesus in his to the feast of Dedication sends the seventy
disciples out the mean while he himself tarries in Sa-
In the country of Cæsarea Philippi Jesus cures a youth that
was afflicted with an epilepsy, declares the efficacy of
prayer and fasting in the working of miracles, and foretels
his own sufferings the fourth time, See § 72. 101. also his
resurrection the fourth time. See § 106.
The didrachmas are paid in Capernaum. The disciples are
Jesus leaves Galilee and goes up to Jerusalem to the fourth
passover, by the way of Perea,
The seventy disciples return, and give Jesus an account of
their success in working miracles,
In Samaria Jesus declares the means of obtaining eternal
life. See § 105. 119. The parable of the good Sama- Sect.
Jesus lodges at Bethany with Martha and Mary, in his way
At the feast of Dedication, Jesus meets with the man who
In Perea our Lord cures a dumb demoniac.
are ascribed to Beelzebub a third time. See § 36. 48.
The Pharisees a third time demand the sign from heaven.
See § 48. 68. The sign of the prophet Jonas is promised
a third time. See § 48. 68. The parable of the lighted
Jesus dines with Pharisees a second time. See $ 43. 92. He
denounces heavy woes against the Scribes and Pharisees.
The charge to the multitude. The parables of the rich
The multitude is reproved for not discerning the times.
In Perea the woman that was bowed down is cured. The
Concerning the number of the saved. Jesus is desired to
leave Herod's dominions. He bewails Jerusalem the first
Jesus dines with Pharisees the third time. See § 43. 87.
The parables of the lost sheep, See § 74. lost money, and
The parable of the steward who wasted his Lord's goods,
The Pharisees are rebuked. The parable of the rich man
Concerning offences, and their forgiveness. See § 73. The
disciples desire Jesus to increase their faith,
Jesus is called into Judea to cure Lazarus. His ministry in
Ten lepers are cured by Jesus in Samaria: one of them,
Jesus leaves Ephraim. A young ruler desires to know what
he should do to inherit eternal life. See § 82. 119. The
difficulty of entering into the kingdom of heaven. The
promise of the thrones is made the first time. See § 130.
Self-denial is inculcated the third time. See § 71. 93.
The parable of the labourers in the vineyard,
Jesus foretels his own sufferings a sixth time. See § 101.
125. Also his resurrection a fifth time. See § 73. 131.
His disciples strive for the chief posts a second time. See
§74. 130. He inculcates the necessity of humility,
Jesus in his way to Jerusalem, cures two blind beggars
Jesus, in his journey from Jericho to Jerusalem, visits Zac-
Lazarus is raised from the dead at Bethany; after which Je-
sus goes to Ephraim, a city near the wilderness of Judea, 100
At Ephraim Jesus foretels the destruction of the Jewish
state the first time, See § 123. also his own sufferings
the fifth time, See § 73. 106. He delivers the parable
of the unjust judge and injured widow,
The parable of the Pharisee and the publican who went up
The Pharisees ask Christ's opinion concerning divorces,
The parable of the nobleman's servants,
Jesus is anointed by Mary in Bethany. See § 43. 125.
over the city. See § 91. 121.
The fig-tree is cursed, and the temple is purged,
Priests and elders are sent by the senate to ask Jesus con-
cerning his authority. The parable of the sons com-
One of the Scribes asks Jesus which is the great command-
ment in the law. See § 82. 105.
Jesus denounces woes against the Pharisees a second time,
See § 87. He weeps over the city a second time.
The parable of the vineyard that was let out to husbandmen, 115
The parable of the marriage-supper is delivered the second
Jesus discourses concerning almsgiving, upon seeing a cer-
tain poor widow cast two mites into the treasury of the
Jesus foretels the destruction of Jerusalem the second time.
Jesus delivers the parable of the ten virgins. He delivers
likewise the parable of the talents the second time. See
109. And the parable of the sheep and the goats, re-
Jesus foretels his own sufferings the seventh time. See § 106.
127. He is anointed the third time. See § 43. 110. Ju-
das bargains with the counsel to betray his Master to them, 125
Peter and John are sent to prepare the passover,
Jesus washes his disciples feet at the passover supper, and
remembrance of his sufferings, which he thus predicted
The disciples contend about the chief posts a third time.
See § 74. 106. The promise of the thrones is made to
them the second time. See § 195. Jesus the first time
foretels that Peter would deny him. See § 131.
The consolatory discourse. Jesus foretels the cowardice of
his disciples in general, also his own resurrection the sixth
time. See § 106.
In the mount of Olives Jesus preaches a sermon to his dis-
ciples, in which he gives them directions with respect to
their conduct, both as private Christians and as apostles, 132
Jesus prays with his disciples before his death,
Jesus suffers in the garden,
Jesus is tried in Jerusalem by the senate of Jews,
Jesus is brought before the governor. Judas hangs himself, 138
Pilate's first attempt to save Jesus. He refuses to judge
him; and declares him innocent,
The governor's second attempt to save Jesus. He sends
Pilate's third attempt to save Jesus. He offers three times
to release him. But the people refusing to ask his life,
he passes sentence of death upon him, and orders him to