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Sect. XXXI. Christ cures a man of the palsy. page 105

Sect. XXXII. Christ calleth Matthew the publican.

He discourses with the Pharisces.


Sect. XXXIII. Christ cures a woman. Restores to life

Jairus's daughter, and gives sight to two blind men. 113

Sect. XXXIV. Christ walks in the corn-fields with his

disciples on the sabbath-day. His discourse with the

Pharisees concerning the Sabbath. He cures a man

who had a withered hand; and perforins many other



Sect. XXXV. Christ having spent the night in prayer,

chooses his twelve apostles, and afterwards performs

many miracles.


Sect. XXXVI. Christ's sermon on the mount.


Sect, XXXVII. Continuation of Christ's sermon on the


Sect. XXXVIII. Continuation of Christ's sermon on the



Sect. XXXIX. Continuation of Christ's sermon on the



Sect. XL. Conclusion of Christ's sermon on the mount.


Sect. XLI. Christ cures the centurion's servant. Raises

the widow's son, and cleanses the leper. A scribe

follows him,


Sect. XLII. Christ stills a tempest, and cures a demo-

niac at Gennesaret.


Sect. XLIII. Christ cures the blind and dumb demoniac.

He discourses of blasphemy against the Holy

Ghost, &c.


Sect. XLIV. The parable of the sower, and its explana-



Sect. XLV. The parable of the tares, the grain of mus-

tard-seed, and of leaven. Explanation of the para-

ble of the tares.


Sect. XLVI. Part of Isaiah's prophecy relating to the


Sect. XLVII. Christ goes to Nazareth. Is despised by

the Nazarenes,





Sect. XLVIII. Christ sendeth out the twelve apostles
to preach the Gospel. He forewarns them of per-


Sect. XLIX. Christ's discourse concerning John the
Baptist. He upbraids the cities of Chorazin and
Bethsaida for their unbelief. He invites the heavy
laden to come to him.

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Sect. LII. Herod's opinion of Christ. The power of

conscience exemplified in him.

Sect. LIII. The apostles return to Christ. He feeds

five thousand with five loaves and two fishes.

Sect. LIV. Christ, walks on the sea. He stills, a tem-

pest with his word.

Sect. LV. Christ discourses with his disciples concern-

ing the bread of life. Peter confesses him to be the

Son of God.

Sect. LVI. Christ heals the impotent man at the pool
of Bethesda. The Jews seek to kill him. He dis-
courses of his union with the Father.

Sect. LVII. Christ discourses with the Scribes and Pha-
risees concerning traditions.

Sect. LVIII. Christ cures the daughter of a Canaanitish
woman. Gives hearing to a deaf man; and per-
forms many other miracles.

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Sect. LIX. Christ feeds four thousand with seven loaves
and a few fishes. He discourses concerning a sign
from heaven, and the leaven of the Pharisees.
Sect. LX. A blind man cured. Peter professes his
faith. Christ foretells Peter's preaching the Gospel
with firmness.

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Sect. LXII. Christ is transfigured before two of his
disciples, James and John. Moses and Elias appear
talking with him.

Sect. LXIII. Christ cures a demoniac.

Sect. LXIV. Christ pays tribute to the temple.

Sect. LXV. Christ discourses with his disciples con-

cerning humility, and forgiveness. He sets a little

child before them.

Sect. LXVI. Continuation of Christ's discourse con-
cerning forgiveness. The parable of the unforgiv
ing servant.

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Sect. LXVII. Christ sends out the seventy disciples to
preach the Gospel. He denounces woes against
Chorazin and Bethsaida.

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Sect. LXI. An invitation from the word of the Lord,
extracted from the prophecy of Isaiah.
Sect. LXX. Christ's proclamation on the last day of the
feast. The Pharisees send to apprehend him. Ni-


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Sect. LXXII. Continuation of Christ's discourse with
the Jews concerning his pre-existence.
Sect. LXXIII. The seventy disciples.return. Christ
foretells the great success of the Gospel. He answers
the Scribe. The parable of the good Samaritan.

Sect. LXXIV. Christ visits his friends at Bethany.

Sect. LXXV. Christ repeats his instructions concern-

ing prayer. He dines at the house of a publican.

He denounces woes against the Scribes and Phari.



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Sect. LXXVI. Christ, warns his disciples to beware

of hypocrisy and covetousness. The parable of the


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watchfulness. The parable of the slothful servant. 327 Sect. LXXVII. Of the Galileans whom Pilate slew. The parable of the fig tree. Christ heals an infirm

332 Sect. LXXVIII. Christ warns his hearers of the dif.

ficulty and importance of entering into the kingdom
of heaven.

337 Sect. LXXIX. Christ cures a man of the dropsy at the

house of a Pharisee, and admonishes the Jewish

teachers. The parable of the wedding feast. 34° Sect LXXX. Christ urges the necessity of considering

the difficulties of religion, before a profession of it. 344 Sect. LXXXI. The parables of the lost sheep, the piece of money, and the prodigal son.

345 Sect. LXXXII. The parable of the unjust steward. 359 Sect. LXXXIII. The parable of the rich man and La

356 Sect. LXXXIV. The parables of the unjust judge, and the publican and Pharisee.

360 Sect. LXXXV. Christ rebukes the intemperate zeal of

James and John, and heals the ten lepers. He
warns the Pharisees of the approaching national de

365 Sect: LXXXVI. Christ cures a man who had been blind from his birth.

370 Sect. LXXXVII. Prediction of Isaiah concerning the good shepherd of Israel.

377 Sect. LXXXVIII. Part of the prophecy of Ezekiel con

cerning the bad shepherds of Israel. Sect. LXXXIX. The parable of the good shepherd.

382 Sect. XC. Christ, at the feast of the dedication, declares

himself to be the Messiah, Seck. XCI. Little children brought to Christ. His benevolent reception of them.

391 Sect. XCIÍ. A rich young ruler comes to Christ for instruction. Discourses concerning riches.

395 Sect. XCIII. The parable of the labourers in the vineyard. 401 Sect. XCIV. Christ raises Lazarus from the dead. 405



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