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1. The travels of the Apostle begin at Damascus, on his going up to Jerusalem for the first time, A. D. 38, after his conversion, and supposes him to sail from Cæsarea for Tarsus..

II. Paul goes by invitation of Barnabas to Antioch, A. D. 44. Visits Jerusalem a second time with Barnabas on the occasion of the famine, A. D. 45. The route is conjectural. He is supposed to pass up the Orontes through Cale-Syria and to return by sea from Joppa.

III. His first missionary tour, A. D. 45, is distinctly defined, and may be easily traced through Cyprus and Pamphylia to Antioch in Pisidia, Iconium, Lystra, and Derbe in Lycaonia, and through the same places to Perga, Attalia, and Antioch.

IV. Paul goes the third time to Jerusalem in company with Barnabas and Titus, Gal. ii, -3, to the council about circumcision. Their line of travel is along the great Roman road down the Phænician coast and through the midland districts of Samaria, and returns through Damascus to Antioch. A. D. 50.

V. Paul in his second missionary tour passes by land to Tarsus, and revisits Derbe, Lystra, and Iconium, thence through Galatia and Phrygia to Troas, A. D. 52. Macedonia, Athens, Corinth, Ephesus, Cæsarea, Jerusalem, A. D. 54, the fourth time.

VI. Paul in his third missionary tour visits the churches of Lycaonia, Galatia, and Pamphylia ; goes to Ephesus, to Macedonia, into Illyricum to Corinth ; from Corinth returns by land through Thessaly to Philippi, then to Miletus, to Tyre, and Jerusalem the fifth and last time.

VII. The voyage to Rome in the autumn and winter of A. D. 60–61 is distinctly traced from Cæsarea up the coast around Cyprus, along the coast of Asia Minor to Cnidus, around the southern coast of Crete to Malta and Syracuse, through the Straits of Sicily to the Bay of Naples, and along the Appian Way through the Pontine marshes to Rome.

VIII. After his release from his first imprisonment at Rome, A. D. 62, we trace his journey through Brundusium and Apollonia in Illyricum to Macedonia, thence to Ephesus, and the churches of Asia, A. D. 64, then to Spain and again to Ephesus, A. D. 66, then once more to Macedonia, thence to Crete, and yet again to Ephesus and Corinth, thence to Nicopolis in Epirus. In the winter of A. D. 67–8, he is arrested and taken to Rome, where in the spring of A. D. 68 he is beheaded.

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INTERNATIONAL BIBLE LESSONS

FOR 1876. .

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FIRST QUARTER.

PAOB 1. January 2. BAUL REJECTED. - 1 Samuel 15:10-23 .

9 2. January 9. DAVID ANOINTED KING. 1 Samuel 16:1-13

13 3. January 16. DAVID AND GOLIATH. 1 Samuel 17:38-51.

17 4. January 23. DAVID IN THE PALACE. 1 Samuel 18:1-16

23 5. January 30. DAVID AND JONATHAN. 1 Samuel 20:35-42 .

27 6. February 6. DAVID SPARING SAUL. 1 Samuel 24:1-16

31 7. February 13. SAUL AND HIS SONS SLAIN.-1 Samuel 31:1-6

35 8. February

20.

DAVID ESTABLISHED KING. – 2 Samuel 5:17-25. , .... 39 9. February 27. THE ARK BROUGHT TO Zion.- 2 Samuel 6:1-15.

43 10. March 5. God's COVENANT WITH DA: VID.- 2 Samuel.7:18-29.

49 11. March 12. ABSALOM'S REBELLION.2 Samuel 15:1-14

52 12. March 19. ,ABSALOM'S DEATH. - 2 Sam. uel 18:24-33..

67

THIRD QUARTER.

PAOB 1. July 2. DAVID'S CHARGE TO SOLOMON. -1 Chronicles 28:1-10 ...

114 2. July 9. SOLOMON'S CHOICE. — 2 Chroni. cles 1:1-17.

117 3. July 16. SOLOMON'S TEMPLE. - 2 Chron. icles 3:1-17. .

122 4. July 23. THE TEMPLE DEDICATED. 1 Kings 8:5-21 ...

126 6. July 30. SOLOMON'S PRAYER. - 1 Kings 8:22-30.

130 6. August 6. SOLOMON'S PROSPERITY.1 Kings 10:1-10

135 7. August 13. THE CALL OF WISDOM. Proverbs 1: 20-33.

138 8. August 20. THE VALUE OF WISDOM. Proverbs 3:1-19

142 9. August 27. HONEST INDUSTRY.- Prov. erbs 6: 6-22.

146 10. September 3. INTEMPERANCE. – Prov. erbs 23:29-35.............

151 11. September 10. THE EXCELLENT WOMAN. - Proverbs 31:10-31

155 12. September 17. A GODLY LIFE.- Ecclesiastes 12:1-14 .

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SECOND QUARTER.

FOURTH QUARTER. 1. April 2. THE ASCENDING LORD. - Acts

1. October 1. . STEPHEN'S DEFENCE. Acts 1:1-12

61
7:1-19

164 2. April 9. THE DAY OF PENTECOST.

2. October 8. STEPHEN'S DEFENCE. - Acts Acts 2:1-11

66
7:35-50. ..

188 3. April 16. PETER'S DEFENCE. – Acts 2: 3. October 15. STEPHEN'S MARTYRDOM. 12-28

71
Acts 7:51-60. ...

171 4. April 23. THE EARLY CHRISTIAN

4. October 22. SIMON THE SORCERER.
CHURCH. — Acts 2:37-47......

76
Acts 8:9-25

174 5. April 30. THE LAME MAN HEALED.

5." October 29. PHILIP AND THE ETHIOActs 3:1-11.

80
PIAN.- Acts 8:26-40.

178 6. May 7. THE POWER OF JESUS' NAME. 6. November 5. SAUL'S CONVERSION.- Acts 3:12-26. ...

84

Acts 9:1--18.............. 183 7. May 14. CHRISTIAN COURAGE.- Acts

7. November 12. SAUL'S EARLY MINIS4:8-22

89
TRY.- Acts 9:19–30 .........

187 8. May 21. CHRISTLAN FELLOWSHIP.

8. November 19. DORCAS RESTORED TO Acts 4:23-37 .

93
LIFE.- Acts 9:31-43.

........ 190 9. May 28. LYING UNTO GOD.

-Acts 5:

9. November 26. PETER'S VISION. - Acts 1-11

97
10:1-20.

194 10. June 4. THE APOSTLES IN PRISON. - 10. December 3. TUE GENTILES RECEIVED. Acts 5:12-26.

101
- Acts 10:34-48

198 11. June 11. THE APOSTLES BEFORE THE 11. December 10. SPREAD OF THE GOSPEL. COUNCIL. - Acts 5:27-42. ...... 105

- Acts 11:19-30

202 12. June 18. THE SEVEN CHOSEN. - Acts 12. December 17. PETER'S RELEASE. - Acts 6:1-15 ..

109
12:1-17...

200 SCRIPTURE PROPER NAMES

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