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LECTURE XXVI.--viii. 1-15.
The parable of the sower.
LECTURE XXVII.-viii. 16–21.
The answer of Jesus to his mother and his brethren.
LECTURE XXVIII.- viji. 22–39.
A tempest stilled. A man is delivered from devils, which enter
LECTURE XXIX.- viïi. 40–56.
The faith of a diseased woman is rewarded. Jairus' daughter
LECTURE XXX.-ix. 1-17.
The twelve apostles sent to preach the gospel. Five thousand
LECTURE XXXI.-ix. 18—27.
The apostles acknowledge Jesus to be the Christ.
warned to prepare for trial and persecution.
LECTURE XXXII.-ix. 28–36.
The transfiguration : and testimony given to Jesus from hea-
LECTURE XXXIII.-ix. 37–50.
Jesus heals a lunatic Predicts his own sufferings. Enforces
humility by the example of a child.
LECTURE XXXIV.-ix. 51–62.
The angry spirit of two apostles reproved. Perseverance in
LECTURE XXXV.--X. 1-16.
Seventy disciples sent forth to proclaim the kingdom of God.
LECTURE XXXVI.-x. 17-20.
Return of the seventy. Their names written in the book of
LECTURE XXXVII.-X. 21-29.
Mysteries of the Gospel. Answer to a certain lawyer, who
inquires concerning eternal life..
LECTURE XXXVIII.-8. 30–37.
The good Samaritan.
LECTURE XXXIX.-X. 38–42.
Jesus admonishes Martha that one thing is needful.
LECTURE XL.-xi. 1-13.
The efficacy of earnest, persevering prayer.
LECTURE XLI.-xi. 14—26.
A dumb man delivered from an evil spirit. Parable of the
strong man vanquished by one stronger.
LECTURE XLII --xi. 27-36.
Description of the truly blessed. The unbelief of the people
LECTURE XLIII.-xi. 37–54.
Hypocrisy of the Pharisees and lawyers condemned.
LECTURE XLIV.-xi. 1-12.
The disciples charged to fear God and not man, and to show
themselves followers of Christ.
LECTURE XLV.-xii. 13–21.
The folly of the rich worldling, who lays up treasure for him-
LECTURE XLVI---xii. 22-34.
Anxious care about earthly things reproved.
LECTURE XLVII.-xii. 35–48.
Watchfulness enjoined. The plea of ignorance examined.
LECTURE XLVIII.-xii. 49–59.
Jesus foretells some effects of his coming. He reproves the
people for their unbelief.
LECTURE XLIX.—xii. 1-9.
The nature of divine judgments. Parable of the barren fig-
LECTURE L.-xii. 10-21.
Jesus defends his healing on the Sabbath. Parable of the
LECTURE LI.-xiii. 22—30.
Warning given to enter the strait gate in time.
LECTURE LII—xiii. 31–35.
Jesus laments the doom of Jerusalem.
LECTURE LIII.—xiv. 1-14.
A dropsical person healed on the sabbath.
LECTURE LIV.-xiv, 15–24.
Parable of the great supper.
LECTURE LV.-xiv, 25—35.
Self-denial and resolution needful
LECTURE LVI.-xv. 1–7.
Parable of the lost sheep.
LECTURE LVII.-XV. 8–10.
Parable of the lost piece of silver.
LECTURE LVIII.-xv. 11-16.
The prodigal son. His departure from home, and misery.
LECTURE LIX.—xv. 17–24.
The prodigal's repentance, return, and reception with his
LECTURE LX.-Xv. 25–32.
The jealousy of the prodigal's elder brother.
LECTURE LXI.-xvi. 1-12.
Parable of the unjust steward.
LECTURE LXII. - xvi. 13–18.
Necessity of choosing between the service of God and mammon.
LECTURE LXIII.-xvi, 19–31.
Parable of the rich man and Lazarus.
LECTURE LXIV.-xvii. 1-10.
Forgiveness of injuries. The disciples are taught to count them-
selves unprofitable servants.
LECTURE LXV.-xvii. 11-19.
Ten lepers healed. Only one returns thanks.
LECTURE LXVI.-xvii. 20—37.
The kingdom of God commenced, but neglected by men.
LECTURE LXVII.-xvii. 1-8.
Parable of the widow and unjust judge.
LECTURE LXVIII.-xviii. 9-14.
Prayer of the Pharisee and publican.
LECTURE LXIX.-xviii. 15-30.
Jesus receives little children. The recompense of those who
leave all, and follow him.
LECTURE LXX.-xviii. 31–43.
A blind man restored to sight..
LECTURE LXXI.-xix. 1–10.
Repentance of Zaccheus.
LECTURE LXXII.—xix, 11-27.
Parable of the ten pounds.
LECTURE LXXIII._xix. 28–40.
Triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem.
LECTURE LXXIV.—xix. 41-48.
Lamentation of Jesus over the impenitence of Jerusalem.
LECTURE LXXV.-xx. 1-18.
Parable of the rebellious husbandmen.
LECTURE LXXVI.—xx. 19–26.
Tribute due to Cæsar, and allegiance to God.
:-XX. 27 – 36.
Nature of the world to come.
LECTURE LXXVIII.-XX. 37–47.
Resurrection proved from a passage in the book of Exodus.
Christ more than the son of David.
LECTURE LXXIX.-xxi. 1-19.
Disciples warned of trials, and exhorted to patience.
LECTURE LXXX.-xxi. 20—28.
Destruction of Jerusalem.
LECTURE LXXXI.- xxi. 29--38.
Danger of worldly snares. Watchfulness enjoined.
LECTURE LXXXII.—xxii. 1-16.
Apostacy of Judas. Fulfilment of the Passover.
LECTURE LXXXIII.-xxii. 17-30.
The last supper. Disciples exhorted to humility.
LECTURE LXXXIV.—xxii. 31–34.
Peter warned of the enmity of Satan.
LECTURE LXXXV.-xxii. 35–53.
LECTURE LXXXVI.—xxii. 54–71.
Peter's denial of Jesus.