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Sect. XII. The wise men's offering. The flight into
page 31 Sect. XIII. The massacre of the innocents.
The return of Christ to Nazareth. Sect. XIV. . Jesus goes to Jerusalem at twelve years of
age, and is examined by the doctors of the law, 37 Sect. XV. The preaching of John the Baptist in the wil.
derness. He declares himself to be the forerunner
41 Sect. XVI. A passage of the prophecy of Isaiah relating to the Messiah,
43 Sect. XVII. The baptism of Christ. The Holy Spirit visibly descends upon him.
so Sect. XVIII. Christ tempted in the wilderness 'by the
62 Sect. XXI. Christ turns the water into wine, his first miracle.
66 Sect. XXII. Christ's discourse with Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews.
71 Sect. XXIII. The last testimony of John the Baptist. He is imprisoned by Herod.
75 Sect. XXIV. Christ discourses with a woman of Samaria. 79 Sect. XXV. Christ returns into Galilee. Sect. XXVI. Christ cures a nobleman's son at Caper
88 Sect. XXVII. Passages of the prophecies of Daniel relating to the kingdom of heaven.
9 sect. XXVIII. Christ begins to preach the Gospel, and calls Peter, Andrew, James and John.
94 Sect. XXIX.' Passages from the prophecies of Isaiah,
foretelling the coming of Jehovah to bring salvation. Sect. XXX. Christ casts out a devil, and cures Peter's wife's mother of a fever.
Sect. XXXV. Christ having spent the night in prayer,
chooses his twelve apostles, and afterwards performs
Sect. LIV, Christ, wa!ks on the sea. He stills, a tem-
pest with his word.
Sect. LIX. Christ feeds four thousand with seven loaves
and a few fishes. He discourses.concerning a sign
from heaven, and the leavca of the Pharisees.
faith. Christ foretells Peter's preaching the Gospel
Sect. LXVII. Christ sends out the seventy disciples to
preach the Gospel. He denounces woes against
Sect. LXXVI. Christ warps his disciples to beware
of hypocrisy and covętousness. The parable of the
çovetous rich man.
He exhorts his disciples to page watchfulness. The parable of the slothsul servant. 327 Sect. LXXVII. Of the Galileans whom Pilate slew.
The parable of the fig tree. Christ heals an infirm
Sect. LXXVIII. Christ warns his hearers of the dif.
ficulty and importance of entering into the kingdom
337 Sect. LXXIX. Christ cures a man of the dropsy at the
house of a Pharisee, and admonishes the Jewish
teachers. The parable of the wedding feast. 34° Sect LXXX. Christ urges the necessity of considering
the difficulties of religion, before a profession of it. 344 Sect. LXXXI. The parables of the lost sheep, the piece of money, and the prodiyal son.
345 Sect. LXXXII. The parable of the unjust steward. 359 Sect. LXXXIII. The parable of the rich man and La
356 Sect. LXXXIV. The parables of the unjust judge, and the publican and Pharisee.
360 Sect. LXXXV. Christ rebukes the intemperate zeal of
James and John, and heals the ten lepers. He
365 Sect: LXXXVI. Christ cures a man who had been blind from his birth.
370 Sect. LXXXVII. Prediction of Isaiah concerning the good shepherd of Israel.
377 Sect. LXXXVIII. Part of the prophecy of Ezekiel con
cerning the bad shepherds of Israel. Sect. LXXXIX. The parable of the good shepherd. 382 Sect. XC. Christ, at the feast of the dedication, declares himself to be the Messiah.
387 Sect. XCI. Little children brought to Christ. His benevolent reception of them.
391 Sect. XCII. A rich young ruler comes to Christ for in
struction. Discourses concerning riches. Sect, XCIII. The parable of the labourers in the vineyard. 401 Sect. XCIV. Christ raises Lazarus from the dead. 405