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The Week

of

Our Lord's Passion

CONTAINING THE INTERWOVEN GOSPEL NARRATIVE OF HIS LAST
WEEK; A SERIES OF DAILY MEDITATIONS, AND A VOLUME
OF NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS ON THE PASSION

AND RESURRECTION OF JESUS

ARRANGED FOR
SERVICES IN PREPARATION FOR EASTER AND FOR

PRIVATE STUDY AND DEVOTION

BY

WILLIAM E. BARTON, THEODORE G. SOARES

SYDNEY STRONG
EDITORS OF "HIS LAST WEEK," HIS LIFE,"

"HIS FRIENDS," ! HIS GREAT APOSTLE"

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Within two years the little booklet called “His Last Week” has made its way into nearly a quarter of a million homes, and to every part of the English speaking world. To assist the reader by reverent interpretations, and the compilation of a series of notes covering the topics in this day-by-day study of the Passion, this larger book has been prepared. The editors have made use of all the suggestions that have reached them from those who have used the smaller book, and they send this out with the sincere hope that it will assist very many readers who follow our Lord in the study of these days of His Passion.

The editors have not intruded their own interpretations between the portions of the Scripture narrative. Those who wish may still read the simple Gospel story without note or comment. But for the teacher, the invalid and the student at home, as well as for Christians gathered in nightly meetings, these notes and meditations may be found to have real value.

The effort has been to make this book of service, not only for the time of the Passion, but for the whole year. While the labor involved would have justified its publication in expensive form, the publishers have met the desire of the editors in presenting it at the lowest possible price, and in styles suited to popular distribution and permanent preservation.

Copyright 1907, by the Pastors' Publishing Union. The text of the American Standard Revised Bible, Copyright 1901, by Thomas Nelson and Sons, is used by special arrangement and with their permission.

HIS LAST WEEK-Prices: 1 to 9 copies 7 cents; 10 to 49 copies 6 cents; 50 to 500 copies 5 cents, with charges fully prepaid.

THE WEEK OF OUR LORD'S PASSION--Prices net with postage prepaid: Paper, one copy 15 cents; 10 copies $1.25; 25 to 250 copies o cents each. Cloth, 25 cents; 10 copies $2.25 prepaid; 100 copies (not prepaid) $20.00. Full leather, gilt edges, 75 cents postpaid.

PART I.

Tbe Gospel Story of His Last Week.

HIS LAST JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM.

The Shadow of the Cross.

The Sons of Thunder..

Going up to Jerusalem.

The Feast of Bethany.

PALM SUNDAY—THE DAY OF TRIUMPH.

The Triumphal Entry..

MONDAY-THE DAY OF AUTHORITY.

The Cursing of the Fig Tree.

The Cleansing of the Temple. .

TUESDAY-THE DAY OF CONTROVERSY.

The Lesson from the Withered Fig Tree.

The Challenge of Christ's Authority.

Three Warning Parables..

(a) The Two Sons.

(b) The Wicked Husbandmen

(c) The Marriage of the King's Son.

Three Hostile Questions Asked of Jesus

(a) Tribute to Cæsar

(b) Concerning the Resurrection

(c) The Greatest Commandment.

The Unanswerable Question of Jesus.

Discourse of Jesus against the Scribes and Pharisees.

The Widow's Two Mites.

The Gentiles Seek Jesus.

The Jews Reject Jesus

Discourse Concerning the Future.

Three Lessons to the Disciples.

(a) The Parable of the Ten Virgins.

(b) The Parable of the Talents.

(c) The Judgment Scene.

The Conspiracy Against Jesus.

WEDNESDAY-THE DAY OF RETIREMENT.

THURSDAY—THE DAY OF FELLOWSHIP.

Preparation for the Passover..

Strife among the Disciples. .

Jesus Washing the Disciples' Feet.

The Betrayer Pointed out.

The Lord's Supper. ...,

The Farewell Conversation.

The Intercessory Prayer.

FRIDAY-THE DAY OF SUFFERING.

The Agony in Gethsemane.

The Betrayal and Arrest .

The Trial before the Jewish Authorities.

The Denial of Peter.

The Remorse of Judas.

The Trial before Pilate.

Jesus before Herod.

The Trial before Pilate Resumed.

The Sorrowful Way.

The Crucifixion.

The Burial.

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