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The divinity, humanity, office, and incarnation of Jesus Christ.|
The testimony of John.
The calling of Andrew, Peter, etc.
Christ turns water into wine;|
Departs into Capernaum,
And to Jerusalem,
Where he purges the temple of buyers and sellers.
He foretells his death and resurrection.
Many believe because of his miracles, but he will not trust himself with them.
Christ teaches Nicodemus the necessity of regeneration4|
Of faith in his death,
The great love of God towards the world,
And the condemnation for unbelief.
Jesus baptizes in Judea.
The baptism, witness, and doctrine of John concerning Christ.
Christ talks with a woman of Samaria, and reveals himself unto her.|
His disciples marvel.
He declares to them his zeal for God's glory.
Many Samaritans believe on him.
He departs into Galilee, and heals the ruler's son that lay sick at Capernaum.
Jesus on the sabbath day cures him that was diseased eight and thirty years.|
The Jews therefore cavil, and persecute him for it.
He answers for himself, and reproves them, shewing by the testimony of his Father,
Of his works,
And of the scriptures, who he is.
Christ feed five thousand men with five loaves and two fishes.|
Thereupon the people would have made him king;
But withdrawing himself, he walks on the sea to his disciples;
Reproves the people flocking after him, and all the fleshly hearers of his word;
Declares himself to be the bread of life to believers.
Many disciples depart from him.
Peter confesses him.
Judas is a devil.
Jesus reproves the ambition and boldness of his kinsmen;|
Goes up from Galilee to the feast of tabernacles;
Teaches in the temple.
Divers opinions of him among the people.
The pharisees are angry that their officers took him not, and chide with Nicodemus for taking his part.
Christ delivers the woman taken in adultery.|
He declares himself the light of the world, and justifies his doctrine;
Promises freedom to those who believe;
Answer the Jews that boasted of Abraham;
Answers their reviling, by shewing his authority and dignity;
And conveys himself from their cruelty.
The man that was born blind restored to sight.|
He is brought to the Pharisees.
They are offended at it, and excommunicate him;
But he is received of Jesus, and confesses him.
Who they are whom Christ enlightens.
Christ is the door, and the good shepherd.|
Divers opinions of him.
He proves by his works that he is Christ the Son of God;
Escapes the Jews;
And goes again beyond Jordan, where many believe on him.
Christ raises Lazarus, four days buried.|
Many Jews believe.
The high priests and Pharisees gather a council against Christ.
Jesus hides himself.
At the passover they enquire after him, and lay wait for him.
Jesus excuses Mary anointing his feet.|
The people flock to see Lazarus.
The chief priests consult to kill him.
Christ rides into Jerusalem.
Greeks desire to see Jesus.
He foretells his death.
The Jews are generally blinded;
Yet many chief rulers believe, but do not confess him;
Therefore Jesus calls earnestly for confession of faith.
Jesus washes the disciples' feet, and exhorts them to humility and charity.|
He foretells and discovers to John by a token, that Judas should betray him;
Commands them to love one another.
And forewarns Peter of his denials.
Christ comforts his disciples with the hope of heaven;|
Professes himself the way, the truth, and the life, and one with the Father;
Assures their prayers to be effectual;
Promises the Comforter;
And leaves his peace with them.
The union of Christ and his members shown under the parable of a vine.|
The hatred of the world.
The office of the Holy Ghost.
Christ comforts his disciples by the promise of the Holy Ghost, and his ascension;|
Assures their prayers made in his name to be acceptable.
Peace in Christ, and in the world affliction.
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Christ prays to his Father.|
Judas betrays Jesus.|
The officers fall to the ground.
Peter smites off Malchus' ear.
Jesus is taken, and led unto Annas and Caiapas.
Jesus examined before Caiaphas.
Peter's second and third denial.
Jesus arraigned before Pilate.
The Jews prefer Barabbas.
Christ is scourged, crowned with thorns, and beaten.|
Pilate is desirous to release him, but being overcome with the outrage of the Jews, he
delivers him to be crucified.
They cast lots for his garments.
He commends his mother to John.
His side is pierced.
He is buried by Joseph and Nicodemus.
Mary comes to the sepulchre;|
So do Peter and John, ignorant of the resurrection.
Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene,
And to his disciples.
The incredulity and confession of Thomas.
The Scripture is sufficient to salvation.
Christ appearing again to his disciples is known of them by the great draught of fishes.|
He dines with them;
Earnestly commands Peter to feed his lambs and sheep.
Foretells him of his death.
Rebukes his curiosity touching John.