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THE HARMONY OF THE FOUR EVANGELISTS.

MATTHEW

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SEOT.
34. Jesus heals a man with a withered hand on the sab-

bath, withdraws himself from the Pharisees, and 12. 9-21.

heals many
35. Jesus retires to a mountain, calls his disciples to him,

chooses twelve, is followed by a great multitude, 10. 24.
heals many

5. 1–48.
36. The sermon on the mount.

6. 1-34.

7. 1-29.
37. The servant of the centurion is healed

8. 1,5–13.
38. The widow's son is raised from the dead at Nain
39. Jesus's answer to the disciples sent by John the} 11. 2–19.
40. Jesus's reflections in consequence of his appeal to his} 11. 20—30.
41. A woman, who had been a sinner, is publicly ro-

assured of forgiveness by Jesus, while sitting at

meat with a Pharisee
42. During Jesus's second circuit through Galilee he heals

9. 35.
a demoniac ; and the Scribes and Pharisees blas-} 12. 22-37.
43. The Scribes and the Pharisees are reproved for seek-} 12. 38–45.

ing a sign
44. Who are truly blessed
45. Jesus regards his true disciples as his nearest re.

12. 46–50.
lations
46. Jesus, sitting at meat with a Pharisee, 'denounces

woes against the Pharisees, Scribes, and teachers

of the law
47. Jesus instructs his disciples and the multitude
48. The calamities of certain Galileans, a warning to the

the}
49. Parables. The reason why Jesus used them. An} 13. 1–53.

explanation of one
50. Jesus gives commandment to cross the lake. A tem.

--}| 8. 18—27.
51. Jesus heals two demoniacs of Gadara

8. 23–34.
52. Levi's feast. Jesus's discourse. The raising of

9. 1.
Jairus's daughter

9. 10-17.

9. 18—26.
53. Jesus heals two blind men

9. 27-31.
64. Jesus casts out a dumb spirit. The Pharisees

' blas-} | 2.32–34.
55. Jesus revisits Nazareth,

and is again rejected there 13. 5458.
56. The occasion of sending the apostles to preach and}
work miracles

9. 36-38.
57. The twelve are instructed and sent forth

10. 1,5—42.
58. Jesus continues his tour through Galilee

11.1.
59. The twelve preach repentance, and work miracles,
60. The death of John the Baptist

14. 6-12,
61. Herod hears of Jesus's fame, and desires to see him

14. 1, 2.
62. The twelve return
63. Five thousand are fed on five loaves and two fishes

14. 13–21.
64. Jesus walks on the sea

14. 22–36.
65. Jesus's discourse with the multitude in Capernaum;

in the synagogue of that city; and with his dis-
ciples. Peter's confession

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18, 1-14.

10. 38–42.

10, 22-39.

SECT.

MATTHEW.
76. Jesus casts out a dumb and deaf spirit

17. 1421.
77. Jesus again foretels his sufferings and resurrection 17. 22, 23.
78. Jesus works a miracle to pay the tribute money

17. 24-27.
79. The disciples contend who should be the greatest.} 18. 1–35.
80. Seventy disciples are instructed and sent out
81. Jesus goed to Jerusalem at the feast of tabernacles.}
82. A woman taken in adultery is brought before Jesus
83. Jesus discourses with the Scribes and Pharisees, with)

those who believed in him, and v. 33, with the un-

believing Jews
84. Jesus restores to sight one blind from his birth. The

consequence of this miracle
85. The seventy return
86. A teacher of the law is instructed how to attain to}
87. The disciples are again taught how to pray
88. Jesus restores a woman who had been bowed down
for eighteen years

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89. Jesus replies to the question, Are there few that

be saved?
90. The transactions when our Lord ate bread with a
chief Pharisee on the sabbath

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91. Jesus states to the multitude the difficulties attend-

d-}
_ing a profession of his religion
92. Jesus defends himself against thoa Pharisees and}
93. his of the }

unjust steward. The Pharisees are reproved
94. Jesus further instructs his disciples
95. The Samaritans will not receive Jesus in James and}

them
96. Jesus cleanses ten lepers
97. The Pharisees ask when the kingdom of God should

Our Lord's answer
98. Jesus speaks a parable to his disciples, and another

to certain who trusted in themselves that they were

_righteous
99. Jesus is received into Martha's house
100. Jesus keeps the feast of dedication at Jerusalem
101. Jesus goes again to Bethabara (John i. 28) after the

feast of dedication; and remains there till a fit

occasion calls him into Judea
102. Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. The conse-

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quences of this miracle
103. Jesus enters Judea. The Pharisees question him

19. 1--12.
about divorces
104. Jesus lays his hands on young children

, and blesses} 19. 13–15.
105. Jesus's discourse in consequence of being asked by aj | 20: 18–20; }
106. Jesus, as he is going up to Jerusalem, foretels his?

20. 17-19.
sufferings to the twelve apart. See Sections 74 and 77}
107. The ambitious request of James and John

20. 20—28.
108. Jesus restores sight to two blind men near Jericho 20. 29-34.
109. Jesus visits Zaccheus, a chief of the publicans
110. Jesus arrives at Bethany six days before the Passover
111. Jesus proceeds to Jerusalem, amidst the acclama-

21.1-11.2
tions of the disciples and of the multitude. The

1417, s
transactions there
112. The barren fig-tree. The temple cleansed

21. 18, 19.1

12, 13, S
113. The disciples observe that the fig-tree was withered away 21. 20—22.
114. Jesus's discourse with the Priests, Scribes, and Elders 21. 23–46.
in the temple

22. 1-14.
115. The Pharisees and Herodians, the "Sadducees, and

one of the Pharisees who was a Scribe, question 22. 15-46.

Jesus. Jesus questions the Pharisees
116. Jesus, in the hearing of his disciples and of the mul.)

titude, reproves the Scribes and Pharisees to their 23. 1-39.

face with a divine eloquence
117. Jesus prefers the widow's offering to the gifts of the rich
118. Jesus foretels the destruction of the temple as he

takes his final leave of it; and, on the mount of
Olives, teaches four of his apostles what were the
signs of his coming to destroy the Jews, and to close

the Mosaic dispensation
119. Jesus

describes the proceedings at the last day.
How Jesus hitherto employed himself during the 25. 31-46.

week
120. The transactions on the fourth day of the week in

26. 1-16.
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PART VI.
MATTHEW. MARK.

JOHN.
The Transactions of Three Days, from the Day on which the

Fourth Passover was killed, to the end of the Day before

the Resurrection.
SROT.
121. Jesus prepares to keep the passover

26. 17--19. 14. 12-16. 22. 7-13.
122, Jesus sits down with the twelve. There is an am-

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22.14,2430.

14. 17. {
bitious contention among the twelve

22. 15-18.
123. Jesus washes the feet of his disciples

13. 1-20.

14. 18-21. 22. 21-23. 13. 21–35.
conduct of the disciples, and of Judas
125. Jesus foretels to the apostles the fall of Peter, and

14. 27–31. 22. 31-38. 13. 36–38.
their common danger
126. Jesus breaks and distributes the bread to his disciples 26. 26.

14. 22.
22. 19.
1 Cor. 11. 23,

21.
127. Jesus comforts his disciples

Jn.14.1-31.
128. Jesus presents the cup to his disciples .

26. 27-29. 14. 23-25. 22. 20. 1 Cor. 11. 25.
129. Jesus resumes his discourse to his disciples

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Jn.15.1-27.

16. 1-33.
130. Jesus's prayer

17. 1-26.
131. Jesus's agony in Gethsemane

26.30,36–46. 14.26,32—42. 22. 39–46. 18. 1.
132. Jesus is betrayed .

26. 47-56. 14. 43-52. 22. 47–53. 18. 2-12.
133. Jesus is brought before 'Annas and Caiaphas. Peter

26. 57. 58. 14. 53, 54.

18. 13-18.
denies him thrice

26. 69–75. 14. 66-72. S
134. Jesus stands before Caiaphas, and then before the
whole Jewish council. He confesses himself to be } 26.57,59—68. 14.63,55–65.

5 22. 66–71. 218. 19-23,
22. 63-65.
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29.
the Christ, and is pronounced guilty of death
135. Jesus is taken before Pilate

27.1,2,11-14 15. 1-5. 23. 1-5. 18. 28-38.
136. Pilate sends Jesus to Herod

23. 6-12.
137. Herod sends Jesus again to Pilate. Pilate seeks

to} | 27. 15—23.
release him

15. 6-14.

23. 13-23. 18. 39, 40.
138. Pilate, having scourged Jesus, and having repeated
his attempts to release him, delivers him to the

27. 26–31. 15. 15–20.

23. 23-25. 19. 1-16.
clamours of the Jews. The soldiers insult him, ands

lead him to
139. Judas repents, and destroys himself

27. 3-10.

Acts 1.18,19.
140. Jesus is led away to be crucified

27. 32-34. 15. 21-23. L.23.26-33.) 19. 17.
141. What happened while Jesus was on the cross, till he} 27.35–50. 15. 2437. 23. 33–46. 19. 18—30.
142. What happened at Jesus's death. Who were present

during the crucifixion. The remaining transactions 27.51-61. 15. 38–47. 123.45,47–56. 19. 31–42.

of the day
143. The transactions on the day after the crucifixion

27. 62–66.

22. 54-62. Ris. 2427.

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PART VII.
Transactions of Forty Days, from the Day of the Resurrec-

tion to the Ascension.
144. The transactions on the day of the resurrection,

28. 2-4.
before the first visit of the women to the sepulchre

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27.52, 53
145. The first visit of the women to the sepulchre

28. 1, 5-8.
146. Peter and John visit the sepulchre
147. Jesus appears first to Mary Magdalene
148. Jesus's second appearance

28. 9, 10.
149. The conduct of the Roman soldiers and Jewish rulers 28. 11–15.
150. Jesus, having been seen of Peter, appears to the two

who went to Emmaus
151. Jesus appears to the Apostles in the absence of Thomas
152. Jesus appears to the Apostles, Thomas being present
153. The Apostles go into Galilee. Jesus appears at the} | 28. 16.
154. Jesus's appearance on a mountain in Galilee

28. 16-20.
155. Other appearances of Jesus

1 Cor.15.6,7.
156. Jesus's ascension
157. John's conclusion

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