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HARMONY OF THE panion return to Jerusalem,/ the Sea of Tiberias. His conand assure the Disciples that versation with St Peter. Christ had certainly risen. John xxi. 1-24. v. E. 29. N. Mark xvi. 13. Luke xxiv. 33-35-38. 35. V. E. 29. N. 29.
8. Christ appears to his S. Christ appears to the as- Apostles at Jerusalem, and sembled Apostles, Thomas commissions them to convert only being absent, convinces the world. Luke xxiv. 44-49. them of the identity of his re-Acts i. 4, 5. – N. 39. surrection body, and blesses S. Christ leads out his them. Luke xxiv. 36-43. John Apostles to Bethany, within XX. 19-23.
sight of Jerusalem, renews S. Thomas is still incredu- their commission, blesses lous. Mark xvi. 13. John them, and ascends up visibly XX. 24-25.
into Heaven; from whence lie s. Christ appears to the shall come to judge the living eleven, Thomas being pre- and the dead. Matt. xxviii. sent. Mark xvi. 14. John 18-20. Mark xvii. 15-20. XX. 26-29. - N. 30-32. Luke xxiv. 50-53. Acts i. 6
S. Christ appears to a large 12. N. 40-44. number of his Disciples on a S. St. John's conclusion to Mountain in Galilee. Matt. the Gospel History of Jesus xxviii. 16, 17, and pt. v. 18. Christ. John xx. 30, 31; xxi. N. 33, 34.
25. - N. 45. s. Christ appears again ail
FROM THE ASCENSION OF CHRIST TO THE TERMINATION
OF THE PERIOD, IN WHICH THE GOSPEL WAS PREACHED TO PROSELYTES OF RIGHTEOUSNESS, AND TO THE JEWS ONLY.
S. After the Ascension of Acts ji. 1-14. v. E. 29. N. 7-10. Christ the Apostles return to S. Address of St. Peter to Jerusalem. Acts i. 1-3, and the Multitude. Acts ii. 14ver. 12-14. V. E. 29. N. 1: 36. - N. 11-13.
S. Matthias is appointed to S. Effects of St. Peter's adthe Apostleship in the place dress. Acts ii. 37–42. – of Judas. Acts i. 15, to the S. Union of the first Conend. - N. 2-6.
verts in the primitive Church. S. Descent of the Holy Spi- Acts ii. 42, to the end.
HARMONY OF THE eousness, is converted and S. Saul is baptized. Acts baptized by Philip, who now ix. 10–19. v. E. 35. N. 66. preaches through the cities of S. Saul preaches in the SyJudea. Acts viii. 26, to the nagogue of the Jews. Acts end. v. E. 34. N. 49-55. ix. 19-32. - N. 67-69.
S. Many of the converts S. St. Peter, having preachwho had fled from Jerusalem ed through Judea, comes to in consequence of the perse- Lydda, where he cures Ænecution there, preach the Gos- as, and raises Dorcas from pel to the Jews in the provin- the dead. Acts ix. 32, to the
Acts viii. 4. N. 56. end. v. E. 38 to 40. N. 70, 71. S. Saul, on his way to Da
s. The Churches are at rest mascus, is converted to the from Persecution, in conse Religion he was opposing, on quence of the conversion of hearing the Bath Col, and see- Saul, and the conduct of Caing the Shechinah. Acts ix. ligula. Acts ix. 31. V. E. 40. 1-9. v. E. 35. N. 57-65. N. 72, 73.
THE GOSPEL HAVING NOW BEEN PREACHED TO THE JEWS
IN JERUSALEM, JUDEA, SAMARIA, AND THE PROVINCES, THE TIME ARRIVES FOR THE CONVERSION OF THE DEVOUT GENTILES, OR PROSELYTES OF THE GATE.
S. St. Peter sees a Vision, conduct in visiting and bapin which he is commanded to tizing Cornelius. Acts xi. 1visit a Gentile who had been 18. V. E. 40. N. 3-5. miracntously instructed to S. The Converts who had send for St. Peter. Acts x. been dispersed by the Perse1-17. v. E. 40. N. 1, 2. cution after the death of Ste
S. St. Peter visits Corneli- phen, having heard of the Vius, a Roman Centurion. Actssion of St. Peter, preach to X. 17-33.
the devout Gentiles also. s. St. Peter first declares Acts xi. 19-21. v. E. 46. N. 6. Christ to be the Saviour of S. The Church at Jerusaall, even of the Gentiles wholem commissions Barnabas to believe in him. Acts x. 34- make inquiries into this mat43. - N. 3-5.
ter. Acts xi. 22-24. - N. 7. S. Cornelius and his Friends S. Barnabas goes to Tarare baptized, and receive the sus for Saul, whom he takes Holy Ghost. Acts x. 44, to with him to Antioch, where the end.
the converts were preaching
HARMONY OF THE v. 6 and v. 7. V. E. 47. St. Paul's second apostolical
S. St. Paul and Barnabas journey. Acts xv. 1, 2. v. E. return to Lystra, Iconium, 19. and Antioch in Pisidia, or S. St. Paul and Barnabas daining in all the Churches. go up to Jerusalem, to conActs xiv. 21-23. - N. 16. sult the A posiles and Elders*
S. They proceed through decree of James, and of the Pisidia, Perga, and Attalia in Church, in this matter. Acts Pamphylia. V. E. 48.
xv. 3-30. - N. 17-20. S. They return 10 Antioch, S. St. Paul and Barnabas and submit an account of return to the Church at Antheir proceedings 10 the tioch, with the decree of the Church in that place. Acts Church at Jerusalem, on the xiv. 26, to the end.
subject of the necessity of S. Dissensions at Antioch circumcision. Acts xv. 30concerning Circumcision, be- 35. -- N. 21. fore the commencement of
ST. PAUL'S SECOND APOSTOLICAL JOURNEY.
S. After remaining somethrace. Acts xvi. pt. of ver. time at Antioch, St. Paul pro- 11. v. E. 50. N. 6. poses to Barnabas to com S. From Samothrace to mence another visitation of Neapolis. Acts xvi. pt. of v. the Churches. Acts xv. 36.11. V. E. 50. N. 1.
S. From Neapolis to PhilipS. St. Paul, separating from pi, where the Pythoness is Barnabas, proceeds from An- dispossessed, and the ja iler tioch to Syria and Cilicia. converted. Acts xvi. 12, to Acts xv. 37, to the end; and the end. - N. 7, 8. xvi. 4, 5. – N. 2-4.
S. From Philippi to AmS. St. Paul proceeds to Der- phipolis and Apollonia, to be, and Lystra in Iconium. Thessalonica, where they are Timothy his attendant. Acts opposed by Jason. Acts xvii. xvi. 1-3. - N. 5.
1-10. - N. 9. s. They proceed from Ico S. St. Paul writes his Episnium to Phrygia and Galatia. tle to the Galatians, to prove, Acts xvi. 6.
in opposition to the Jewish S. From Galatia lo Mysia teachers, that faith in Christ, and Trous. Acts xvi. 7-10. — and not their imperfect obe