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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

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Jesus goes to Nazareth,

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reth. See $ 40. 80.

John Baptist is put to death by Herod the tatrarch, in the

city of Tiberias,

After the Baptist's death the apostles return to Capernaum,
where they find Jesus. He leaves Capernaum, and sails
with them over the lake to the desert of Bethsaida. Here
the people are fed by miracle the first time. See $ 67.
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 the sea. They instantly arrive
at land,

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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,

Jesus leaves Capernaum, and goes up to the passover,

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the keys, and foretels his own sufferings and resurrection

a second time. See 20. 72.

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In the country of Cæsarea Philippi Jesus inculcates the

virtue of self-denial, See $ 93, 105, and declares that he

will judge the world at the last day,
Jesus is transfigured upon an high mountain in the country

of Cæsarea Philippi, and foretels his own sufferings and

resurrection a third time. See § 70. 73.

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.

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The didrachmas are paid in Capernaum. The disciples are

reproved for contending about the chief posts in the king-
dom. See § 106. 130. Of the evil and punishment of
offences. See $97. The parable of the lost sheep deli-
vered the first time. See $ 94. The forgiveness of

injuries is enjoined. The parable of the servant debtors,

Jesus leaves Galilee and goes up to Jerusalem to the fourth

passover, by the way of Perea,

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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

on him. Jesus continues his discourse,

The woman that was caught committing adultery is placed

before Jesus in the temple,

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

the senate,

Jesus, in his way to the feast of Dedication, is refused lodg-

ing in a village of the Samaritans. The disciples desire
him to call fire down from heaven upon the Samaritans :
He rebukes the disciples for their wrathful spirit, and

goes to another village,
Jesus in his way to the feast of Dedication sends the seventy

disciples out : the mean while he himself tarries in San
maria,
The seventy disciples return, and give Jesus an account of

their success in working miracles,

In Samaria Jesus declares the means of obtaining eternal

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life. See $ 105. 119. The parable of the good Sama. Sect.

ritan who took care of the wounded Jew whom he found

lying upon the road to Jericho,

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Jesus lodges at Bethany with Martha and Mary, in his way

to the feast of Dedication,

At the feast of Dedication, Jesus meets with the man who

was born blind. whom he had cured at the preceding feast
of Tabernacles. See $ 78. He leaves Jerusalem and goes
to Perea. His ministry in Perea begins. See 98. 84
In Perea Jesus teaches his disciples to pray. The parable

of the importunate friend,

In Perea our Lord cures a dumb demoniac. His miracles

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

candle,

Jesus dines with Pharisees a second time. See $ 43. 92. He

denounces heavy woes against the Scribes and Pharisees.

See 121.

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The charge to the multitude. The parables of the, rich

glutton; of the servant that waited for the return of his

Lord; and of the two stewards,

The multitude is reproved for not discerning the times.

Galileans are slain by Pilate. The parable of the barren

fig-tree,

In Perea the woman that was bowed down is cured. The

parables of the grain of mustard seed, and of the leaven,

are delivered a second time. See $ 52. 53. -

Concerning the number of the saved. Jesus is desired to

leave Herod's dominions. He bewails Jerusalem the first

time. See $111.121.

Jesus dines with Pharisees the third time. See § 43.87.

The parable of the marriage-supper. See g 110.

Self-denial is again iuculcated. See $71. The parables of

the rash builder and warrior, and of salt that has lost its

savour. See $ 26.

The parables of the lost sheep, See $ 74. lost money, and

lost son,

The parable of the steward who wasted his Lord's goods,

The Pharisees are rebuked. The parable of the rich man

and the beggar,

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

Perea ends. See $ 84. -

Ten lepers are cured hy Jesus in Samaria : one of them,

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who was a Samaritan, returns after his cure, and gives

Jesus thanks for it,

99

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,

101

The parable of the Pharisee and the publican who went up

to the temple to pray,

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102

The Pharisees ask Christ's opinion concerning divorces, 103

Jesus blesses little children,

104

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,

105

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, 106

Jesus in his way to Jerusalem, cures two blind beggars

near the city of Jericho,

107

Jesus, in his journey from Jericho to Jerusalem, visits Zac-

cheus the publican,

108

The parable of the nobleman's servants,

109

Jesus is anointed by Mary in Bethany. See $43. 125. 110

Jesus enters Jerusalem publicly, as Messiah. He weeps

over the city. See $91.121.

111

The fig-tree is cursed, and the temple is purged,

112

Certain Greeks desire to see Jesus,

113

Priests and elders are sent by the senate to ask Jesus con-

cerning his authority. The parable of the sons com-

manded to work in the vineyard,

114

The parable of the vineyard that was let out to husbandmen, 115

The parable of the marriage-supper is delivered the second

time. See $ 92.

116

Concerning the lawfulness of paying tribute

The Sadducees are confuted,

118

One of the Scribes asks Jesus which is the great command-

ment in the law. See $ 82. 105.

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Jesus proposes a question to the Pharisees concerning Mes-

siah's father,

120

Jesus denounces woes against the Pharisees a second time,

See $ 87. He weeps over the city a second time. See

§ 89. 111.

121

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FIFTH PASSOVER.
Jesus washes his disciples feet at the passover supper, and

speaks of his sufferings the eighth time. See § 125, 129. 127
Jesus openly declares that Judas would betray him, 128
Jesus institutes the sacrament of his supper, to keep up the ,

remembrance of his sufferings, which he thus predicted

the ninth tiine. See $ 127.

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129

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.

130

The consolatory discourse. Jesus foretels the cowardice of

his disciples in general, also his own resurrection the sixth

time. See $ 106. And Peter's cowardice a second time.

See $ 130.

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131

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,

133

Jesus suffers in the garden,

134

Jesus is apprehended. He restores Malchus' ear,

135

Peter denies his Master,

136

Jesus is tried in Jerusalem by the senate of Jews,

137

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,

139

The governor's second attempt to save Jesus. He sends

him to Herod, .

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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

be scourged,

141

Pilate's

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