The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ: With Devotional Reflections, Volumen1

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Richard Edwards, 1810

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The call of Peter and other of the apostles ib X Jesus continues to preach and heal the sick
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Christs sermon on the mount And first of the beatitudes
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The disciples of Jesus are the light of the world
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The law expounded
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Christs continuation of the exposition of the law A
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Retaliation forbidden and love to our enemies inculcated
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Of alms and prayer XVIII Worldly cares to be avoided
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Trust in God enforced
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Rash judgments forbidden
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Encouragements to prayer
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Cautions against false prophets
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Conclusion of Christs sermon on the mount
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Jesus cleanseth a leper
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The Centurions servant healed
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Peters motherinlaw and many others healed
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In what manner Jesus is to be followed
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The tempest stilled
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Christ healeth two men that were possessed
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Jesus healeth a paralytic
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Matthew called
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The rulers daughter raised the woman diseased with an issue of blood healed and two blind men restored to sight
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Jesus gives speech to a dumb man and teaches the people
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The apostles sent forth with power to perform mira cles The instructions given them by Jesus Christ
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Jesus comforts his disciples concerning persecution XXXVII Christs testimony concerning John the Baptist
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Jesus upbraideth the unthankfulness and impeni tence of Chorazin Bethsaida and Capernaum and invit weary
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Jesus vindicates his disciples XL Jesus heals a withered hand
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The blind and dumb man healed The Pharisees re proved
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Who are Christs relations XLIII The parable of the sower explained
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The parable of the tares
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The parable of the mustardseed and the leaven XLVI The parable of the tares explained
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Parables of the hidden treasure and of the pearl XLVIII Parable of the net
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Jesus teaches in the synagogue L Herods opinion of Christ John the Baptist beheaded
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Jesus feeds five thousand people
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Christ walks on the sea and calls Peter to him
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Of Gods commandments and the folly of human tra ditions Sin only defileth a man
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Christ heals the daughter of a Canaanitish woman LV Jesus feeds four thousand
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Jesus reproves the Jews who required a sign and cau tions his disciples against the doctrine of the Pharisees and Sadducees
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Peters confession of Christ Page 46 48 51 53 56 ib 57
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The transfiguration of Christ
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The lunatic child healed
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Jesus foretels his sufferings a second time LXII Jesus Christ pays tribute for himself and Peter
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Christ teaches to be humble
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Jesus teaches us to avoid offences LXV Jesus declares the design of his coming LXVI With what temper we are to reprove
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Jesus teaches his disciples how to forgive
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Of marriage and divorce
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Jesus blesses little children
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The counsel of Jesus to a certain rich man
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The parable of the labourers in the vineyard
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Christ foretels his death and resurrection LXXIII Christ teaches his disciples humility
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Jesus gives sight to two blind men
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Christs entry into Jerusalem
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Jesus casts the buyers and sellers out of the temple LXXVII The fruitless figtree
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Jesus silences the Pharisees LXXIX The parable of the two sons
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The parable of the vineyard applied to the Jews
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The parable of the marriagefeast
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Jesus silences the Pharisees and Herodians LXXXIII Jesus confutes the Sadducees concerning the
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surrection
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The Scribes and Pharisees refuted
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Jesus rebukes the Scribes and Pharisees for their hypocrisy
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Christs lamentation over Jerusalem LXXXVIII The destruction of the Temple and Jewish polity foretold
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Jesus declares the design of his second coming XC The parable of the ten virgins
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The parable of the talents
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Christ will come to judge the world ib
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The rulers conspire against Christ whose head a woman anoints
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Judas betrays Jesus
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Jesus eats the passover and discovers the traitor Judas
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The LordsSupper instituted Peters denial and the Apostles flight foretold
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The agony and prayer of Jesus in the garden of Geth semane
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Jesus is apprehended accused and condemned
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Jesus is delivered to Pilate The repentance and suicide of Judas
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cified
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The Resurrection CII Jesus mocked by the soldiers and crucified
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Jesus is derided while on the cross and expires
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The burial of Jesus Christ The sepulchre sealed and watched
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The chief priests and elders bribe the guards
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Jesus appears to his disciples whom he commissions to teach and baptize all nations 131
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The office of John the Baptist II The baptism and temptation of Christ
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Jesus preaches repentance in Galilee and calls Peter An drew James and John IV Jesus continues to preach and to heal the sick
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The leper cleansed
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The paralytic healed
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Levi or Matthew called VIII Christ answereth concerning fasting 148 ib
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Jesus heals a withered hand
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Jesus performs many miracles The twelve Apostles called
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Christ vindicates his miracles ib XIII Who are Christs relatives
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The parable of the sower explained
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They who receive light are to diffuse it abroad
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Jesus stilleth a tempest
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A legion of demons cast out
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The flux of blood healed and the daughter of Jairus restored to life
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Jesus teaching in the synagogues is despised by his countrymen
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The Apostles sent forth to preach
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Herods opinion concerning Christ John the Baptist beheaded
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Jesus feeds five thousand people
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Of Gods commandments and the folly of human tradi tions Sin alone defileth a man
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Christ heals the daughter of a Canaanitish woman
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A deaf and dumb man healed
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Jesus feeds four thousand
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The blind restored to sight
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The counsel of Jesus to a certain rich man The danger of riches G
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The barren figtree The buyers and sellers cast out of the Temple
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Jesus silences the Pharisees
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The Pharisees and Herodians put to silence concerning the payment of tribute
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Jesus declares the tenor of the law and the prophets
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of a poor widow
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Sect Page XLIX Destruction of the Temple foretold Of Christs second coming
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The rulers conspire against Christ whose head a woman anoints with oil
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Judas betrays Jesus who eats the passover and discovers the traitor by a sign
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The Lords Supper instituted Peters denial and the Apostles flight foretold
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Jesus is apprehended accused and condemned
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Peters denial of Christ
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Jesus is delivered to Pilate to be scourged and crucified
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Jesus mocked by the soldiers and crucified
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Jesus is derided whilst on the cross and expires ib LIX The burial of Jesus Christ
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The resurrection of Jesus Christ
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The circumcision or presentation of Christ
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The life of Jesus in his youth
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The baptism and mission of John
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John imprisoned by Herod The baptism of Christ
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The genealogy of Christ according to the line of hist reputed mother traced through her male ancestors up to Adam
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Christs temptation and victory
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Jesus teaches in Galilee and Nazareth
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Jesus heals a demoniac
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A miraculous draught of fishes The call of Peter and John
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Jesus cleanseth a leper
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Jesus heals a paralytic
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The call of Matthew
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Jesus prayeth to God and chooseth twelve Apostles
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Jesus continues to heal the sick M
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Christs discourse on a plain
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The centurions servant healed
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Sect Page XXVI A widows son restored to life
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A woman anoints the feet of Christ
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The parable of the sower explained
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The tempest stilled A legion of demons cast out
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Jesus heals a woman diseased with an issue of blood and restores the daughter of Jairus to life 240
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The Apostles sent forth Herod is perplexed con cerning Christ
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Jesus feeds five thousand people and enforces self denial
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The transfiguration of Christ
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Jesus heals a child possessed by a demon
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Jesus again foretels his sufferings and inculcates humility
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The disciples of Jesus must persevere
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The seventy disciples sent forth
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Jesus declares the blessedness of the humble
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The parable of the compassionate Samaritan
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Jesus visits Martha and Mary
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Jesus teaches and encourages his disciples to pray
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Jesus vindicates his miracles and rebukes the Jews who desired a sign
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The Pharisees reproved
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Jesus comforts his disciples against persecution
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Jesus cautions against covetousness 257
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Jesus encourages his disciples to trust in God
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Christians are to be watchful and ready for the coming of Jesus
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Talents not improved will be punished
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Jesus foretells that divisions will arise on account of the gospel and reproves the Jews
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Jesus teaches the necessity of repentance
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Jesus heals a woman on the Sabbath and vindicates himself
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The parable of the mustardseed
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Jesus laments the impending destruction of Jerusalem
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Jesus heals the dropsy and justifies his conduct
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Jesus recommends hospitality and delivers the parable of the great supper
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Jesus enforces selfdenial
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The Parables of the Lost Sheep and the lost Piece of Silver
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The parable of the prodigal son
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The parable of the unjust steward
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Of the rich man and Lazarus
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Sect Page LXVI Jesus teaches to avoid giving offence and inculcates for giveness
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Jesus illustrates the power of faith and shews the na ture of obedience
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The lepers cleansed
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Jesus shews the spiritual nature of the kingdom of God
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The importunate widow
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The parable of the Pharisee and the Publican
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Jesus blesses little children The rich shall with difficulty enter the kingdom of Heaven
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Jesus foretels his death and resurrection and res tores a blind man to sight
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The Parable of the Talents
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Jesus triumphantly enters Jerusalem
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Jesus silences the Pharisees and confutes the Sadducees respecting the resurrection 100
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Jesus declares the substance of the prophets
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Jesus declares the sign of his second coming
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The Jews conspire against Christ
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The Lords Supper instituted
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The fall of Peter foretold
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The agony of Jesus in the garden
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Jesus betrayed and brought to the high priest
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Peters denial of Christ
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Jesus is delivered to Pilate by whom he is sent to Herod
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Jesus is delivered to be crucified
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Jesus is led to Calvary
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The crucifixion and burial of Jesus
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The Resurrection
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Jesus appears to two of his disciples going to Emmaus
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Jesus appears a second time to his disciples
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Jesus blesses his disciples and ascends to Heaven
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The divinity of Christ asserted The mission of John the Baptist
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John the Baptists testimony concerning Christ
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Jesus is declared to be the Lamb of God and makes him self known to Andrew and to others
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Water turned into wine at Cana
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y The buyers and sellers expelled from the Temple
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Sect Page VI The necessity of regeneration enforced
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Johns further testimony concerning Christ
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Christ converses with a Woman of Samaria
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Jesus declares his zeal for Gods glory The conversion of the Samaritans 1
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The noblemans son healed
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Jesus heals a lame man at the pool of Bethesda and vindi cates himself against the persecuting Jews
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Jesus feeds five thousand people
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Christ walks on the sea
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Jesus reproves his kinsmen and goes to Jerusalem pri vately
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Jesus teaches in the Temple
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The adulteress released
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Jesus declares himself to be the light of the world and answers the objections of the Jews
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Christ reproves the Jews who boasted of their descent from Abraham
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Jesus asserts his authority
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Jesus gives sight to a man who had been born blind
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Christ announces himself to be the good Shepherd and proves that he is the Messiah
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The resurrection of Lazarus
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Lazarus and his sisters entertain Jesus
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Jesus rides triumphantly into Jerusalem
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Jesus foretels his death in the presence of some Greeks
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The unbelief of the Jews
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Jesus washes his disciples feet and inculcates hu mility
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The treachery of Judas and the fall of Peter foretold
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Jesus comforts and instructs his disciples concerning his approaching death The Holy Spirit promised
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Continuation of Christs consoling discourse to his dis ciples
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Conclusion of Jesus Christs consolatory address to his disciples
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Jesus prays 1 For himself 2 For his disciples 3
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Jesus is betrayed to the Jews Peter denies him
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Jesus is arraigned before Pilate by whom he is scourg ed and delivered to be crucified
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Jesus is taken from the court of Pilate and crucified
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Jesus expires on the cross
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The burial of Jesus
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Jesus appears to Mary at the sepulchre
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Jesus appears again to his disciples
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Jesus appears to his disciples a third time at the Sea of י Tiberias
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Christs charge to Peter whose death he foretels
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