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Pontius Pilate, an account of, 322, 458. Sceptre, 330.

Scorpions, 498, 505.
Possessions of the devil, 61.

Scourging, 130, 329.
Prayer, secret, 54.

Scribes, 101.
Duty of, 94.

Scrip, 128
Encouragement to, 97, 202.

Scriptures, meaning of, 256.
Should be practised alone, 202,

Duty of searching them, 681.
Long forbidden, 264.

Sea of Tiberias, 59.
Secret of the Saviour, 358.

Sealing, 653, 686.
Of Jesus after his baptism, 461.

Nature of a seal, 340.
Spent a night in, 475.

Sepulchres, 112.
Taught by Jesus, 503.

Serpents, emblematic, 129, 268.
Prophet, what, 98.

Not to injure, 423.
Proselyte, meaning of, 265.

Serpent in the wilderness, 647.
Kinds of among the Jews, 265. Shechem, 655.
Publicans, character of, 208.

Shechinah, meaning of, 197.
Purple, 330.

Sheep, emblematic, 129.
Purse, 128.

Church so called, 732, 831.
Purifying among the Jews, 632.

Shepherds, emblematic, 731.
Rabbi, meaning of, 263, 641.

Sidon, 149.
Raca, meaning of, 72.

Sign, what, 187.
Raiment, see Clothing, 79.

Of the son of man, 280.
Soft raiment, 137.

Siloam, 723.
Rama, 40.

Sin against the Holy Ghost, 151.
Ransom, meaning, 231, 444.

Danger of grieving, 158.
Redeem, 444.
Reed, bruised, 148.

Sleep produced by sorrow, 310.
Reed, 330.

Soldiers to do no violence, 460.
Regeneration, meaning of, 221.

Sparrows, 133.
Repentance, what, 44, 540.

Spear, Roman, 821.
Necessity of, 518.

Spices, used in burial, 338.
Resurrection of the dead proved, 256. Spikenard, 298.
Resurrection of the Saviour, 344.

Sponge, 336.
Harmony of the accounts of, 342, 348. Star, guiding the wise men, 34.
Reward, meaning of, 193.

Staves, 312.
Robe, 538.

Steward, 542.
Rock, emblematic, 190.

Strong drink, 434.
Peter so called, 190.

Sun darkened, emblematic, 280.
Rooms at feasts, 262.

Swaddling-clothes, 448.
Room in heaven, 530.

Swearing, profane, 77.

Swine, emblematic of, 96.
Sabbath for man, 146.

Odious to the Jews, 535.
Its value, 157.

Swords, 312.
Jesus worked on the, 669.

Sycamine tree, 553.
Sackcloth, 141.

Sycamore tree, 566.
Sadducees, who they were, 49.

Sychar, 655.
Salt, the nature of in the East, 68.

Sycophants, what, 460.
Salt, emblematic, 394.

Synagogue, 60.
Salutations, mode of in the East, 496.

Jesus attended it, 464.
Samaritans, origin of, and opinions, 126.

Syria, limits of, 61.
Who they were, 500.

Syria, 447.
Sanctification, meaning of, 804,

Syro-Phenician woman, 138.
Sandals ; shoes, 51.
Sanhedrim, 72.

Tabernacles, feast of, 703.
Sarepta, 467.

Tables, mode of sitting at, 262
Satan, 192, 581.

Talents, parable of, 288.
Satan, meaning of, 192.

Value of, 288.
Desired to have Peter, 584.,

Tares, 164,
Scarlet, 330.

Taxing, 447.

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INDEX.
Tempt, meaning of, 56.

Truth, what, 814.
Temple, pinnacle of, 55.

Turtle-doves, 452.
Stones in, 271.

Tyre, 140.
Description of, 238.
Time in which it was building, 638.

Veil of the temple, 336.
Testament, meaning of, 9, 305.

Vipers, 49, 152.
Tetrarch, 170.

Virgins, tın, 285.
Thirst attending crucifixion, 820.

Vision, 436.
Thorns, crown of, 330.

Vows, 76.
Threshing, mode of, 51.
Tiberius Cæsar, 458.

Washing the hands, emblematic, 179, 326
Tiberias, sea of, 469.

Watches, divisions of time, 175.
Tithes, meaning of, 266.

Watching, duty of, 288, 310.
Tittle, meaning of, 69,

Water, emblematic, 657.
Tambs, 112, 268.

Wedding-garment, 252.
Whitewashed, 268.

Wilderness, 44.

Wine, 434.
Tomb, new, Christ laid in, 339,

Old wine, 473.
Tower, 532.
Tradition, meaning of, 179.

Wines of the scriptures, 633.
Traditions among the Jews, 179.

Worm, emblematic, 393.
Transfiguration of Jesus, 196.

Worship, meaning of, 34.
Translations of the Scriptures, 12.

Writing table, 443.
Treasures, the kind in the Eastern, 37. Yoke, emblematic, 143.
Trench, 572.
Trespasses, 88,

Zaccheus, 565.
Tribute, 201.

Zeal, 637.
Trumpet, 281,

False zeal, 494, 790.

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