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4.12; 14. 3-5

1. 14; 6. 17-20

4. 1-3

4. 14;
3. 19, 20

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Our Lord's discourse with the Samaritan woman.

Many of the Sainaritans believe on him.--Sychar,

that is, Shechem, or Neapolis. Jerus teaches publicly in Galilee. Jesus again at Cana, where he heals the son of a noble

man lying ill at Capernaum.--Cana of Galilee. Jesus at Nazareth; he is there rejected: and fixes his

abode at Capernaum. The call of Simon Peter and Andrew, and of James

and John, with the miraculous draught of fishes.By the sea of Galilee ; near Capernaum. The healing of a demoniac in the synagogue.-Caper

naum.
The healing of Peter's wife's inother, and many others.

-Capernaum.
Jesus with his disciples goes from Capernaum through-

out Galilee.
The healing of a leper.-Galilee.
The healing of the paralytic.-Capernaum.
The call of Matthew.-Capernaum.

SECTION IV.

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OUR LORD'S SECOND PASSOVER, AND THE SUBSEQUENT

TRANSACTIONS UNTIL THE THIRD.

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11. 2-19

TIME: One year.
The pool of Bethesda ; the healing of the infirm man :

and our Lord's subsequent discourse. - Jerusalem. The disciples pluck ears of grain on the sabbath.-On

the way to Galilee?
The healing of the withered hand on the sabbath.-

Galilee : Capernaum ?
Jesus arrives at the sea of Tiberias, and is followed

by multitudes.
Jesus withdraws to the mountain, and chooses the

twelve; the multitudes follow hiin.--Near Caper

naum.
The sermon on the mount.-Near Capernaum.
The healing of the centurion's servant.- Capernaum.
The raising of the widow's son.--Nain.
John the Baptist in prison sends disciples to Jesus.---

Galilee : Capernaum 9
Reflections of Jesus on appealing to his mighty works.

7. 18-35

11. 20-30

Capernaum !
While sitting at meat with a Pharisee, Jesus is

anointed by a woman who had been a sinner.--Ca

pernaum ?
Jesus, with the twelve, makes a second circuit in

Galilee.
The healing of a demoniac. The scribes and Pha-

risees blaspheme.---Galilee.
The scribes and Pharisees seek a sign. Our Lord's

reflections.-Gililee.
The true disciples of Christ his nearest relatives.-

Galilee.
At a Pharisee's table, Jesus denounces woes against

the Pharisees and others.-Galilee.
Jesus discourses to his disciples and the multitude.-

Galilce.
The slaughter of certain Galileans. Parable of the

barren fig tree.-Galilee.
Parable of the sower.-Sea of Galilee : near Caper.

naum ? Parable of the tares. Other parables.-Near Caper

naum? Jesus directs to cross the lake. Incidents, The terapest sti.led.--Sea of Galilee.

7. 36-50

12. 22-37 3.19-30

8. 1-3 11.14.15,

17-23 11. 16,

24-36 8. 19-21

12. 38-45

12. 46-50 3.31-35

11. 37-54

12. 1-59

13. 1-9

13. 1-23

4. 1-25

8. 4-18

13. 24-53 4. 26-34

8. 18-27

4. 35-41

& 22-25

CONTENTS.

MATT.

MARK.

LUKE.

JOHN.

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The two demoniacs of Gadara.--$. E. coast of the Sea of

Galilee.
Levi's feast. Discourse concerning fasting.--Caper-

Houm.
The raising of Jairus's daughter. The woman with an

issue of blood. - Capernaum.
Two blind men healed, and a dumb spirit cast oul.-

Capernaum
Jesus again at Nazareth, and again rejected.
A third circuit in Galilee. The twelve instructed and

sent forth.--Galilee.
Herod holds Jesus to be John the Baptist, whom he

had just before beheaded.--Galilee ? Peroa. The twelve return, and Jesus retirey with them across

the lake. Five thousand are fed.-Capernaum. N. E.

Coast of the Sea of Galilee.
Jesus walks upon the water.-Night on the Sea of

Galllee. Gennesareth.
Our Lord's discourse to the multitude in the synagogue

at Capernaum. Many disciples turn back. Peter's
profession of faith.-Capernaum.

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SECTION V.

FROM THE THIRD PASSOVER DURING OUR LORD'S

MINISTRY UNTIL HIS FINAL DEPARTURE FROM GALI-
LEE AT THE FESTIVAL OF TABERNACLES.

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TIME: Six months.
Our Lord justifies his disciples for eating with un-

washen hands. Pharisaic traditions.-Capernaum. The daughter of a Syrophenician woman is healed.

Region of Tyre and Sidon.
A deaf and dumb man healed; also many others. Four

thousand are fed - The Decapolis.
The Pharisees and Sadducees again require a sign.-

Near Magdala.
The disciples cautioned against the leaven of the Phari-

sees, &c.-N. E. coast of the Sea of Galilee.
A blind man healed.-- Bethsaida (Julias).
Peter and the rest again profess their faith in Christ.-

Region of Cæsarea Philippi.
Our Lord foretels his own death and resurrection, and

the trials of his followers.-Region of Casarea Phi.

lippi. The transfiguration. Our Lord's subsequent discourse

with the three disciples.- Region of Cæsarta Philippi. The healing of a demoniac, whom the disciples could

not heai.- Region of Cæsarea Philippi.
Jesus again foretels his own death and resurrection.-

Galilee.
The tribute-money miraculously provided.-Caper-

naam.
The disciples contend who should be the greatest. Je-

sus exhorts to humility, forbearance, and brotherly

love. - Capernaum. Jesus goes up to the festival of tabernacles. His final

departure from Galilee. Incidents in Samaria. The seventy instructed and sent out,-Samaria. Ten lepers cleansed. -Samaria ?

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SECTION VI.

THE FESTIVAL OF TABERNACLES, AND THE SUBSEQUENT

TRANSACTIONS UNTIL OUR LORD'S ARRIVAL AT BETH-
ANY SIX DAYS BEFORE THE FOURTH PASSOVER.

TIME: Six months less one week.
Jesus at the festival of tabernacles. His public teach-

ing.–Jerusalem,

7. 11-53

181

CONTENTS.

MATT.

MARK.

LUKE.

JOHX.

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The woman taken in adultery.-Jerusalem.
Further public teaching of our Lord. He reproves the

unbelieving Jews, and escapes from their hands.-

Jerusalem.
A lawyer instructed. Love to our neighbour defined.

Parable of the good Samaritan.- Near Jerusalem.
Jesus in the house of Martha and Mary.--Bethany.
The disciples again taught how to pray.--Near Jeru

salem.
The seventy return.-Jerusalem
A man born blind is healed on the sabbath. Our Lord's

subsequent discourses.- Jerusalem.
Jesus in Jerusalem at the festival of dedication. He

retires beyond Jordan. - Jerusalem. Bethabara be-

yond Jordan.
The raising of Lazarus.--Rethany.
The counsel of Caiaphas against Jesus. He retires

from Jerusalem.-- Jerusalem. Ephraim.
Jesus beyond Jordan is followed by multitudes. The

healing of the infirm woman on the sabbath.- Valley

of Jordan. Peroa.
Our Lord goes teaching and journeying towards Jeru-

Balem. He is warned against Herod.-Peræa.
Our Lord dines with a chief Pharisee on the sabbath.

Incidents.- Peræa.
What is required of true disciples.-Perced.
Parable of the lost sheep, &c. Parable of the prodigal

eon.- Perqa.
Parable of the unjust steward.-Peræa.
The Pharisees reproved. Parable of the rich man and

Lazarus.- Perod.
Jesus inculcates forbearance, faith, humility.-Perea.
Christ's coming will be sudden. ---Percea.
Parables : the importunate widow. The Pharisee and

publican.-Perca.
Precepts respecting divorce.- Peræa.
Jesus receives and blesses little children.- Perca.
The rich young man. Parable of the labourers in the

vineyard.-Peroa.
Jesus a third time foretells his death and resurrection.

-Perma.
James and John make their ambitious request. -

Peræa.
The healing of two blind men near Jericho.
The visit to Zaccheus. Parable of the ten pounds.-

Jericho.
Jesus arrives at Bethany six days before the passover.
-Bahany.

SECTION VII.
OUR LORD'S PUBLIC ENTRY INTO JERUSALEM, AND THE

SUBSEQUENT TRANSACTIONS BEFOR& THE FOURTH
PASSOVER.

TIME: Five days.
Our Lord's public entry into Jerusalem.-Bdhany.

Jerusalem.
The barren fig tree. The cleansing of the Temple.

BdhanyJerusalem.
The barren fig-tree withers away.--Between Bethany

and Jerusalem.
Christ's authority questioned. Parable of the two

song.-Jerusalem.
Parable of the wicked husbandmen.- Jerusalem.
Parable of the marriage of the king's son.-Jerusalem.
Insidious question of the Pharisees and Herodians:

tribute to Cæsar.–Jerusalem.
Insidious question of the Sadduceos: the resurrection.
-Jerusalem

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CONTENTS.

MATT.

MARK.

LUKE.

JOEN.

12. 20-36
12. 37-50

A lawyer questions Jesus. The two great command-
ments.-Jerusalem.

22. 34-40 12. 28-34
How is Christ the Son of David ?-Jerusalem.

22. 41-46) 12. 35-37 20. 41-44
Warnings against the evil example of the scribes and
Pharisees.-Jerusalem.

23. 1-12 12. 38,39 20. 45,46
Woes against the scribes and Pharisees. Lamentation
over Jerusalem.-Jerusalem.

23. 13-39 12. 40 20. 47
The widow's mite.-Jerusalem.

12. 41-44 21.1-4
Certain Greeks desire to see Jesus.-Jerusalem.
Reflections upon the unbelief of the Jews.— Jerusalem.
Jesus, on taking leave of the temple, foretels its de-

struction and the persecution of his disciples.-- Jeru-
salem. Mount of Olives.

24. 1.14 13. 1.13 21. 5-19
The signs of Christ's coming to destroy Jerusalem, and

put an end to the Jewish state and dispensation.-
Mount of Olives.

24. 15-42 13. 14-37) 21. 20-36

Transition to Christ's final coming at the day of judg-

ment. Exhortation to watchfulness. Parables ; the |{24. 43-51

ten virgins; the five talents.- Mount of Olives.

25.1-30
Scenes of the judgment day.- Mount of Olives.

25. 31-46
The rulers conspire. The supper at Bethany. Treachery
of Judas.-Jerusalem. Bethany.

26.-1-16 14.1.11 22. 1-6
SECTION VIII.

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Jesus before Caiaphas and the Sanhedrim. He declares

himself to be the Christ ; is condemned and mocked.

- Jerusalem.

26. 59-68) 14. 55-65 22. 63-71) 18. 19-24

The Sanhedrim lead Jesus away to Pilate.-Jerr-

27.1,2,

salem.

15. 1-5 23. 1-5 18. 28-38

11-14
Jesus before Herod.-Jerusalem.

23. 6-12
Pilate seeks to release Jesus. The Jews demand Barab-
bas.-Jerusalem.

27. 15-26 15. 6-15 23. 13-25 18. 39,40
Pilate delivers up Jesus to death. He is scourged and
mocked.- Jerusalem.

27. 26-30] 15. 15-19

19. 1-3
Pilate, after again seeking to release Jesus, delivers
him to be crucified.-Jerusalem.

19. 4-16
Judas repents and hangs himself.— Jerusalem.

27. 3-10
Jesus is lead away to be crucified.- Jerusalem.

27. 31-34 15, 20-23 23. 26-33 19. 16,17

The crucifixion.-Jervsalem.

27. 35-38 15. 24-28 23. 33,34, 19. 18-24

The Jews mock at Jesus on the cross. He commends

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his mother to John.-Jerusulem.

27. 39-44 15. 29-32,23.35-37,| 19. 25-27

39-43

22. 54-62 25-27

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TIME: Forty days.

Morning of the resurrection.-Jerusalem.

Visit of the women to the sepulchre. Mary Magdalene

returns.---Jerusalem.

Vision of angels in the sepulchre.-- Jerusalen.

The women return to the city. Jesus meets them.-

Jerusalem.

Peter and John run to the sepulchre.- Jerusalem.

Our Lord is seen by Mary Magdalene at the sepulchre.-

Jerusalem.

Report of the watch.---Jerusalem.
Our Lord is seen by Peter. Then by two disciples on

the way to Eminaus. Jerusalem. Emmaus.
Jesus appears in the midst of the apostles, Thomas

being absent. -Jerusalem.
Jerus appears in the midst of the apostles, Thomas

being present.-Jerualem.
The apostles go away into Galilee. Jesus shows him-

self to nine of them at the sea of Tiberias-Galilee.
Jesus meets his apostles and about five hundred breth.

thren on a mountain in Galilee.
The asceusion.-Bethany.

28. 11-15

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Conclusion of John's Gospel.

20. 30-31
21. 25

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