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INDEX.

А

Adivatov, explained, 278

Afflictions, benefits of, when sanctified,
Ah-Bethdin, the father of the Sanhedrim, 133—external sufferings are not to be
noticed, 289, 567

taken as the comparative measure of
Abba, explained, 516

moral guilt, 654
Abel, the blood of, mentioned, 335 Agyapeveiv, explained, 89
Abia, course of, one of the twenty-four Ayvapos, explained, 137

courses of priests, described, 536 Agony of our Lord considered 394-398
Abiathar, the High Priest, an account of, -the bloody sweat which marked its
452

violence, noticed, 395—nature of that
Abilene, where situated, 570

agony endured by Christ upon the
Abomination of desolation, described, 345 cross when he exclaimed, “My God,
Abraham, the phrase, “ We have Abraham my God, why hast thou forsaken me?”

to our Father,” explained, 49—the 427, 428
Jews expected salvation on account of Ayopa, what, 283
their natural connexion with him, 49 Ayopais ev, described, 167
-the holiness of their ancestors will Aygos, explained, 643
not supersede the personal regeneration Actiao0i, explained, 696
of their children, ib.—the phrase, Aravda, explained, 117
“Abraham's bosom,” explained, 125 Akepalos, explained, 150
-every believer is recognised a son of Arpacia, explained, 332
Abraham, 280—nature of that oath Axpides, described, 46
which God sware unto Abraham, 552 Alabaster box, described, 374-a common
-what constitutes a true son of Abra- name for all vessels containing un-
ham, 692

guents or scents, 601
Αβυσσον, εις, την, explained, 606

AXEKTopopovia, explained, 393
Aceldama, the field of blood, a perpetual Alexander the Great, an anecdote of, 84

monument of the blameless character Alexander Severus, commended and en-
of Christ and of the perfidy and re- forced the golden precept of our Lord,
morse of Judas, 412—why it was 114
termed the potter's field, ib. — the Ama, explained, 290
change of its name noticed, ib.—the Allegory, described, 191
overruling Providence which led the Axloqulov, explained, 502
Jews to make this field a burying- Alms, defined, 92—the term Sinaloouun
place, ib.—the testimony of Peter to applied to alms-giving considered, ib.
the truth of the fact, ib.-and of Jerom -recognised by Christ as a duty, ib.
to its perpetuity, 413

637—when acceptable to God, 92—
Axpelos, explained, 367

and when, as a religious act, it is vi-
7778, explained, 322

tiated, ib.-whether a trumpet was
Aðnuovewv, explained, 394

sounded when the Jews did their alms,
Aồns, explained, 234. See hell.

ib.—the nature of the reward which is
Adultery, a crime so common among the promised to the conscientious giver of

Jews that the legal ordeal was laid alms, 92, 93—the importance of being
aside, 691

influenced by right motives in the dis-

charge of this duty, 636—no greater Romans, 403, 570—to whose house
importance was attached to alms-giving Christ was conveyed after his appre-
by our Lord than to any other moral hension, 403—a man of great influence
duty, 636, 637

among the Jews, 570
Auaptwhoi, explained, 399

Avoxn, explained, 682
Aunu, explained, 78

Anointing, used in consecrating priests
Avaonuara, described, 330

and kings among the Jews, 21-its
Avaanys, explained, 615

typical signification, ib.—anointing oil,
Avananpow, explained, 194

a composition made by Moses under
Avaotaois, explained, 318

the divine direction for the purpose,
Avagtpepouevwv, explained, 251

and kept in the sanctuary, ib.—anoint-
AveKeito, explained, 381

ing the body with oil a common prac-
Angels, how the will of God is done by tice with the ancients, 102—but forbid-

them in heaven, 100—their conduct den on fast-days, ib.-why the head
exhibited as the model of our obe- was anointed first, ib.—the apparent
dience, ib.—the instruments of sepa- discrepancy between Matthew and John
rating the evil from the good on the on the anointing of Christ by Mary,
day of judgment, and why they will be reconciled, 373, 374—the custom of
thus employed, 201, 204, 641-the anointing the head and feet of guests
notion of the Jews, that every indivi. at entertainments, noticed, 374, 601–
dual has a guardian angel, refuted, 258 the ancient custom of anointing the
-its unscriptural character stated, ib. dead as a funeral rite, mentioned, 375,
-that a ministry of angels is exerted 376-anointing of the sick by the
in behalf of the heirs of salvation, is a apostles, noticed, 472-not performed
doctrine of Scripture, ib.—the privilege for the purpose of healing, but symbo-
of beholding the face of God common lically, ib.—and they did not act under
to all the angels, and no mark of dig- any command of Christ, ib.—if it were
nity peculiar to those who wait on the an authorized religious rite used by the
disciples, ib.-attention of the angels apostles in the miraculous cure of dis-
to man an interesting and consolatory eases, it is no precedent for those who
truth, ib.—the term used to represent have not these powers, 472, 473—the
the disembodied spirits of the just, papistical doctrine of extreme unction
259—a remark of Grotius on the angel destitute of Scripture foundation, 472,
standing on the right side of the altar 473
of incense, noticed, 537—description of Avoula, explained, 343
the angel Gabriel, 540—the message of Avwbev, explained, 534, 535
the angels to the shepherds, considered, Artanodidoval, explained, 88
558—the opinion of the Jews that Ayti, explained, 292
angels convey the souls of the just at AVTiðikos, explained, 84
death to paradise, and those of the Antinomianism, condemned by onr Lord
wicked to torment, noticed, 644

in the sermon on the Mount, 79, 80–
Anger, when sinful, 82—the evil of in- obedience to the commandments close-

temperate and malevolent anger, 83— ly connected with the doctrine of the
and how it may be avoided, ib.—the atonement and the influences of the
anger of the disciples at the ambitious Holy Spirit, 274, 275
views of James and John, reproved, Aytuotnval, explained, 88
290—nature of that manifested by our Arapveouai, explained, 240
Lord at the hypocrisy of the scribes, Anexovol, explained, 93
considered, 456

Appoves, explained, 635
Anna, the prophetess, 564, 565—meaning Afoka lotnu, explained, 247

of her name, ib.—her piety, and in Apologue, described, 190—Jotham's fable
what sense she prophesied, ib.

of the trees, properly an apologue,
Annas, the High Priest, deposed by the 191

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