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MATT. VIII, 19–22; LUKE IX. 57—62.
The conditions of discipleship-Leave the dead to bury the dead . 126-130


Jesus appoints seventy disciples, and sends them forth to prepare

for him











MATT. XI. 20—24; LUKE X. 13-16. Jesus upbraids the cities that repented not-Capharnaum

LUKE X. 17–20. The return of the seventy disciples

MATT. XI. 25—30; LUKE X. 21—24. Jesus rejoices in the Holy Spirit-Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest

LUKE X. 25–37. The good Samaritan

LUKE X. 38—42.
Martha and Mary

JOHN VII. 14-36.
Jesus at the feast of tabernacles—The Jews seek to kill him—The
Sabbath-Jesus preaches in the Temple

JOHN VII. 37–53.
Continuation of Jesus' preaching in the Temple at the feast of

tabernacles—The Pharisees send officers to take him, but
these return awed by his majesty-Nicodemus

The woman taken in adultery is brought to Jesus for judgment

JOHN VIII. 12—29.
Jesus and the Pharisees—He foretells his crucifixion

JOHN VIII. 30—59 The discourse of Jesus to the Pharisees is continued–They take up stones to stone him

JOHN IX. 1-41. Jesus opens the eyes of a blind man on the Sabbath

JOHN X. 1—21.
Jesus the Good Shepherd

LUKE XI. 1-4.
Jesus teaches the disciples how to pray-Second form of the
Lord's prayer

MARK III. 20–21.
The friends of Jesus endeavor to lay hands on him












LUKE XII. 13-21

Jesus refuses to arbitrate in the division of an inheritance between

brother and brother—The parable of the rich man who pulls

down his barns, and builds greater


LUKE XII. 22—34.

Be not anxious for your life, what ye shall eat, nor yet for your

body what ye shall put on


LUKE XII. 35–53.

The necessity of watching for the Lord's coming-Persecution


LUKE XII. 54–59.

The sign of the advent of the Messiah-The preparation for the




The slaughter of the Galilaeans by Pilate-The tower of Siloam-

The unprofitable fig tree


LUKE XIII. 10–17.

The Lord heals an infirm woman in the synagogue on the Sabbath 341—344

LUKE XIII. 18-22.

The parable of the mustard seed, and of the leaven


JOHN X. 22—42.

Jesus at the feast of the dedication at Jerusalem-He declares

himself the Son of God


LUKE XIII. 23–35.

Are they few that are saved?—There are last who shall be first,

and there are first who shall be last- Jesus and Herod Antipas

- Jerusalem


LUKE XIV. 1-14.
Jesus heals on the Sabbath a man who had the dropsy—When

thou art bidden of any man to a marriage feast, sit not down
in the chief seat

361-366 LUKE XIV. 15—24. A certain man made a great supper; and he bade many—And

they all with one consent began to make excuse-Go out into
the highways and hedges, and constrain them to come in 357–373

LUKE XIV. 25–35.
Love, the condition of discipleship—The carrying of the cross-

The parable of the man preparing to build the tower, and of
the king preparing for war-The salt which has lost its savor 373–378

LUKE XV. I-10. Jesus receives sinners—The parable of the hundred sheep-Of the woman who loses a piece of silver—The joy in Heaven 378—382

LUKE XV. 11–32. The prodigal son

382—391 LUKE XVI. 1-13. The unrighteous steward

391-401 LUKE XVI. 14—31. The rich man and Lazarus the beggar

401-410 LUKE XVII. 1-10. Occasions of stumbling-Forgiveness of injuries-Faith—The rewards of God

410-416 JOHN XI. 1–44. The death and resurrection of Lazarus

416—433 JOHN XI. 45–56. The Pharisees take counsel to put Jesus to death—The prophecy of Caiaphas

4334437 LUKE XVII. II–19. The healing of the lepers

437–441 LUKE XVII. 20–37. The manner of Christ's second coming

441-447 LUKE XVIII. 1The parable of the unjust judge—Perseverance in prayer

447-450 LUKE XVIII. 9-14. The Pharisee and the publican in the Temple

450-454 MATT. XIX. 1-12; MARK X, 1-12. The indissolubility of marriage—The excellence of celibacy 454-471

MATT. XIX. 13-15; MARK X. 13-16; LUKE XVIII. 15–17. Jesus blesses the little children



MATT. XIX. 16—30; MARK X. 17–31; LUKE XVIII. 18—30. Jesus and the young ruler—The danger of riches—The rewards of those who have followed Christ


MATT. XX, I-16.

The parable of the householder who went out at various hours to

hire laborers into his vineyard


MATT. XX. 17–19; MARK X. 32-34; LUKE XVIII. 31–34. Jesus prophesies his death and resurrection

501-505 MATT. XX. 20—28; MARK X. 35–45. The petition of the sons of Zebedee

505-515 MATT. XX. 29—34; MARK X. 46–52; LUKE XVIII. 35-43. Jesus heals two blind men in Jericho

515-522 LUKE XIX. I-10. Zacchaeus

522–528 LUKE XIX, 11-28. The parable of the ten pounds

528–535 MATT. XXVI. 6–13; MARK XIV. 3-9; JOHN XII. 1-11. Mary of Bethany anoints the head and feet of Jesus in the house of Simon the leper

535–542 MATT. XXI. 1-11; MARK XI. 1-11; LUKE XIX. 29–40; JOHN XII.

12-19. Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem

542—555 MATT. XXI. 12—22; MARK XI. 12–25; LUKE XIX. 41–48. Jesus casts out the traders from the Temple—Hosanna to the Son

of David - Jesus curses the fig tree—He predicts the fall of Jerusalem

555–568 MATT. XXI. 23–32; MARK XI. 27-33; LUKE XX. 148. The Pharisees demand of Jesus by what authority he acts—The

parable of the two sons—Jesus asks them concerning the baptism of John

568—576 MATT. XXI. 33—46; MARK XII. 1-12; LUKE XX. 8—19. The parable of the wicked husbandmen


MATT. XXII. I-14. The parable of the king who made a marriage feast

586-596 MATT. XXII. 15-22; MARK XII. 13–17; LUKE XX. 20—26. The tribute money-Render to Cæsar the things that are Cæsar's, and to God the things that are God's

596-604 MATT. XXII. 23-33; MARK XII. 18—27; LUKE XX. 27–40. The resurrection of the body

604-613 MATT. XXII. 34-40; MARK XII. 28–34. The great commandment of the law

613-621 MATT. XXII. 41–46; MARK XII. 35-37; LUKE XX. 41–44. Christ confounds the Pharisees by asking how the Messiah can be David's son

622—628 MATT. XXIII. 1–39; MARK XII. 38-40; LUKE XX. 45–47. Jesus rebukes the Pharisees


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MARK. XII. 41-44; LUKE XXI. 1-4. The widow's mites



JOHN XII. 204-36.
The Gentiles ask to see Jesus- Jesus predicts his death

JOHN XII. 37–50.
The blindness of the Jews


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