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S.ct. X. Christ's discourse on viewing the fig-trec
Sect. XI. Part of the prophecy of Isaiah, relating to the
Sect, XI. Some Greeks make enquiries concerning Christ.
He is declared to be the Son of God by a voice from
leaven. He propliesies of his crucifixion.
Sect. XIII. Christ discourses concerning the baptism of
John. The parables of the man who had two sons,
Sect. XIV. The parable of the marriage of the king's son.
Sect, XV. The Pharisees question Christ concerning pay-
ing tribute to Cæsar'; and the Sadducees concerning
the resurrection. He contounds them both. He is
questioned by a Scribe concerning the great com-
mandiment. He questions the Pharisees concerning
Sect. XVI. Christ denounces woes against the Scrites
and Pharisees, and against Jerusalem.
Sect. XVIII. Christ foretells the total overthrow of
Jerusalem, and prophesies concerning the end of
Sect. xix. Christ admonishes his disciples to be cona
stantly watchful, that they may be prepared for the
Sect. XX. The parables of the ten virgins, and the ta-
lents. A description of the last judgment. 77
Sect. XXI. Judas agrees with the chief-priest to betray
his Lord. The apostles make preparation for the
Sect. XXII. A dispute amongst the Apostles concerning
pre-eminence in the kingdom of heaven. Christ
reproves them, and gives them an example of hu-
mility" by wishing their feet.
Sect. XXIII. The institution of the Lord's Supper.page
Sect. XXIV. Christ discovers the purpose of Judas to
betray him. He gives a new commandment., 96
Sect. XXV. Christ comforts his disciples before his death,
with the promise of the Holy Ghost. He enforces
his commandment respecting Christian benevoa
lence. Bequeaths peace to his true disciples.
Sect. XXVI. Christ discourses of himself and his church,
under the similitude of a vine and its branches. He
again enjoins the practice of benevolence. He fore-
tells the persecution his disciples would meet with. 109
Sect. XXVII. Christ discourses of the expediency of
his leaving them, and renews the promise of thie
Sect. XXVIII. Christ prays for his disciples.
Sect. XXIX. Peter's self-confidence.
Sect. XXX. Christ's agony in the garden.
Řect. XXXI. Christ betrayed by Judas. He resigns
hiinself into the hands of his enemies.
Sect. XXXII. Christ is carried before the High Priest.
Sect. XXXII. Christ is examined at the palace of Cai-
Sect. XXXIV. Christ examined and condemned by the
Sect, XXXV. Christ brought before Pontius Pilate.
Sect. XXXVI. Christ examined by Herod, and sent
back to Pilate. He is scourged and crowned with
thorns, and condemned to crucifixion, by the ge-
peral voice of the Jewish people.
Sect. XXXVII. Paft of Isaiah's prophecy relating to
Sect. XXXVIII. Christ's crucifixion. He prays for
his enemies. Two thieves crucified with him. He
Sect. XXXIX. Part of the xxiid Psalm. Prophetic of
our Saviour's reflections on the cross
Sect. XL. Christ's body taken from the cross. Joseph
of Arimathea inters it in his own tomb. The
Jewish priests seal the sepulchre.
Sect. XLI. Judas Iscariot repenting, returns the inoney
to the High Priest, and hangs himself.
Sect. XLII. Part of the prophecy of Isaiah, relating to
Christ's sasserings, death, and burial.
Sect. XLIII. Christ's resurrection. He appears to
Mary Magdalene. Peter and John visit the sepul.
Sect. XLIV. Christ appears to two of his disciples in
Sect. XLV. Christ appears to the eleven apostles.
Sest. XLVII Christ appears to Peter and other disci.
ples at the sea of Tiberius,
Sect. XLVIII. Christ questions Peter concerning his
love for him, and commands him to feed his flock.
Soet. XLIX. Christ meets all his apostles on a moun.
tain in Galilee.
Sect. L. Christ commands his disciples to baptize all
nations. He promises the aid of the Holy Spirit,
He ascends visibly up to heaven,
Seçt: LI: Two angels discourse with the apostles after
the ascension of Christ.
Sect. III. Extracts from the ancients prophets concern-
ing the glorious appearance of the Lord God in their
Bect. LIII. Extracts from the Revelation of St. John con.
cerning the appearance of the Son of God in his
pears to him.
Sect. LIV. The disciples elect another apostle in the room of Judas.
age 265 Sect. LV. Extracts from the ancient prophets concerning the Holy Spirit.
269 Sect. LVI. Christ's assertions and predictions, concern
ing the Holy Ghost while he was upon earth. 271 Sect. LVII. The Holy Spirit descends upon the apostles.
The gift of tongues. Peter preaches the Gospel. 275 Sect. LVIII. A lame man cured by Peter.
286 Sect. LIX. Peter and Tohn seized, and examined by the
Sanhedrim. The first Christians sell their pos-
291 Sect. LX. The sin and punishment of Ananias and Sapphira.
298 Sect. LXI. The Christian church increases. The apostles
imprisoned, and miraculously delivered. They are
examined by the Sanhedrim. Gamaliel's counsel. 301 Sect. LXH, Seven deacons appointed to assist the apos
tles in the distribution of the public charity. The
305 Sect, LXIII. The burial of Stephen. A persecution of the church. The disciples dispersed.
311 Sect. LXIV, Philip baptizes an Ethiopian nobleman.
314 Sect. LXV. The conversion of Saul. Sect. LXVI. Peter cures Eneas of the palsy, and restores Tabitha to life.
324 Sect. LXVII. Cornelius's vision. Peter's vision. Cor.
nelius and his friends converted to Christianity,
326 Sect. LXVIII. Peter gives an account of his interview
with Cornelius. The Gospel preached atAntioch, 335 Sect. LXIX. Herod causes James to be put to death.
He imprisons Peter, who is delivered by an angel. 337 Sect. LXX. Barnabas and Paul preach the Gospel to the
Gentiles. Elymas the sorcerer struck with blind.
Sect. ĻXXI. Paul-and! Barnabas go to Lystra. A lame man cured.
page 346 Sect. LXXII. Paul and Barnabas, go to Jerusalem, They disagree and separate.
350 Sect. LXXIII. Paul with Silas continues his journey.
They are cast into prison, and miraculously deli-
355 Sect. LXXV. Paul visits Corinth and Ephesus, and
Agabus. He is seized in the temple at Jerusalem.
366 Sect. LXXVII. Paul accused by Tertullus the orator, before Felix. Makes his defence,
372 Sect. LXXVIII. Paul accused before Festus, by the
High Priest. Justifies himself, and appeals to
376 Sect. LXXIX. Paul makes his defence before Festus the
Roman governor, King Agrippa, and his queen
Berenice Sect. LXXX. An account of the death of Paul, and the other apostles.
387 Sect. LXXXI. Concerning the operations of the Holy Spirit.
394 Sect. LXXXII. Christ's predictions concerning the
punishment of the Jews, and the destruction of
402 Sect. LXXXIII. The fulfilment of Christ's predictions Iconcerning Jerusalem and the Jews.
:,411 Sect. LXXXIV. Visions which were understood to be
predictive of the end of the world, and the future
426 Sect. LXXXV. The Conclusion,