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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.— viii. 22-39.
A tempest stilled. A man is delivered from devils, which enter
LECTURE XXIX.—viii. 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..
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
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-
Jesus foretells some effects of his coming. He reproves the
people for their unbelief.
LECTURE XLIX.-xiii. 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.
The prodigal son. His departure from home, and misery. 302
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.
selves unprofitable servants.
Forgiveness of injuries. The disciples are taught to count them-
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.
Jesus receives little children. The recompense of those who
leave all, and follow him.
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.
LECTURE LXXVII.-xx. 27-36.
Nature of the world to come.
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 LXXXII.-xxii. 1—16.
Apostacy of Judas. Fulfilment of the Passover.