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The office of John the Baptist.|
Jesus is baptised;
Calls Peter, Andrew, James, and John;
Heals one that had a devil;
Many diseased persons;
And cleanses the leper.
Christ followed by multitudes,|
Heals one sick of the palsy;
Calls Matthew from the receipt of custom;
Eats with Publicans and sinners;
Excuses his disciples for not fasting;
And for plucking the ears of corn on the sabbath day.
Christ heals the withered hand,|
And many other infirmities;
Rebukes the unclean spirit;
Chooses his twelve apostles;
Convinces the blasphemy of casting out devils by Beelzebub;
And shows who are his brother, sister, and mother.
The parable of the sower,|
And the meaning thereof.
We must communicate the light of our knowledge to others.
The parable of the seed growing secretly;
And of the mustard seed.
Christ stilleth the tempest on the sea,
Christ delivering the possessed of the legion of devils,|
They enter into the swine.
He is entreated by Jairus to go and heal his daughter.
He heals the woman of the bloody issue,
And raises from death Jairus' daughter.
Christ is contemned of his countrymen.|
He gives the twelve power over unclean spirits.
Divers opinions of Christ.
John the Baptist is imprisoned, beheaded, and buried.
The apostles return from preaching.
The miracle of five loaves and two fishes.
Christ walks on the sea;
And heals all that touch him.
The Pharisees find fault with the disciples for eating with unwashed hands.|
They break the commandment of God by the traditions of men.
Meat defiles no the man.
He heals the Syrophenician woman's daughter of unclean spirit;
And one that was deaf, and stammered in his speech.
Christ feeds the people miraculously;|
Refuses to give a sign to the Pharisees;
Admonishes his disciples to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, and of the leaven
Gives a blind man his sight;
Acknowledges that he is the Christ who should suffer and rise again;
And exhorts to patience in persecution for the profession of the gospel.
Jesus is transfigured.|
He instructs his disciples concerning the coming of Elias;
Casts forth a deaf and dumb spirit;
Foretells his death and resurrecction;
Exhorts his disciples to humility;
Bidding them not to prohibit such as are not against them, nor to give offense to any of the faithful.
Christ disputes with the Pharisees touching divorcement;|
Blessing the children that are brought unto him;
Resolves a rich man how he may inherit life everlasting;
Tells his disciples of the danger of riches;
Promises rewards to them that forsake anything for the gospel;
Foretells his death and resurrection;
Bids the two ambitious suitors to think rather of suffering with him;
And restores to Bartimaeus his sight.
Christ rides with triumph into Jerusalem;|
Curses the fruitless fig-tree;
Purges the temple;
Exhorts his disciples to stedfastness of faith, and to forgive their enemies;
And defends the lawfulness of his actions by the witness of John, who was a man sent of God.
In a parable of the vineyard let out to wicked husbandmen Christ foretells the|
reprobation of the Jews, and the calling of the Gentiles.
He avoids the snare of the Pharisees and Herodians about paying tribute to Caesar;
Convicts the Sadducees of error, who denied the resurrection;
Resolves the scribe, who questioned of the first commandment;
Refutes the opinion that the scribes held of Christ;
Bidding the people to beware of their ambition and hypocrisy;
And commends the poor widow for her two mites, above all.
Christ foretells the destruction of the temple;|
The persecutions for the gospel;
That the gospel must be preached to all nations;
That great calamities shall happen to the Jews;
And the manner of his coming to judgment;
The hour whereof being known to none, every man is to watch and pray, that we be not found unprovided, when he comes to each one particularly by death.
A conspiracy against Christ.|
Precious ointment is poured on his head by a woman.
Judas sells his Master for money.
Christ himself foretells how he shall be betrayed by one of his disciples;
After teh passover prepared, and eaten, institutes his last supper;
Declares aforehand the flight of all his disciples, and Peter's denial.
Judas betrays him with a kiss.
He is apprehended in the garden;
Falsely accused and impiously condemned of teh Jew's council;
Shamefully abused by them;
And thrice denied of Peter.
Jesus brought bound, and accused before Pilate.|
Upon the clamour of the common people, the murderer Barabbas is loosed,
and Jesus delivered up to be crucified.
He is crowned with thorns, spit on, and mocked;
Faints in bearing his cross;
Hangs between two thieves;
Suffers the triumphing reproaches of the Jews;
But is confessed by the centurion to be the Son of God;
And is honourably buried by Joseph.
An angel declares the resurrection of Christ to three women.|
Christ himself appears to Mary Magdalene;
To two going into the country;
Then to the apostles;
Whom he sends forth to preach the gospel;
And ascends into heaven.