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The genealogy of Christ from Abraham to Joseph.|
He is miraculously conceived of the Holy Ghost by
the Virgin Mary, when she was espoused to Joseph.
The angel satisfies the doubts of Joseph, and declares the names and office of Christ: Jesus is born.
The wise men from the east enquire after Christ;|
At which Herod is alarmed.
They are directed by a star to Bethlehem, worship him, and offer their presents.
Joseph flees into Egypt with Jesus and his mother.
Herod slays the children;
Christ is brought back again into Galilee to Nazareth.
John preaches: his office, life, and baptism.|
He reprehends the Pharisees,
And baptizes Christ in Jordan.
Christ, fasting forty days, is tempted of the devil and ministered unto by angels.|
He dwells in Capernaum;
Begins to preach;
Calls Peter and Andrew,
James and John;
Teaches and heals all the diseased.
Christ's sermon on the mount.|
Who are blessed;
The salt of the earth;
The light of the world.
He came to fulfil the law.
What it is to kill;
To commit adultry;
He exhorts to suffer wrong,
To love our enemies;
And to labour after perfection.
Christ continues his sermon on the mount, exhorting not to be careful for worldly things,|
But to seek God's kingdom.
Christ, continuing his sermon on the mount, reproves rash judgment, etc.|
Christ ends his sermon, and the people are astonished.
Christ cleanses the leper;|
Heals the centurion's servant,
And many other diseased;
Shows how he is to be followed;
Stills the tempest on the sea;
Drives the devils out of two men possessed;
And suffers them to go into the swine.;
Christ cures one sick of the palsy;|
Calls Matthew from the receipt of custom;;
Eats with publicans and sinners;
Defends his disciples for not fasting;
Cures the bloody issue;
Raises from death Jairus' daughter;
Gives sight to two blind men;
Heals a dumb man possessed of a devil;
And has compassion on the multitude.
Christ sends out his twelve apostles, enabling them with power to do miracles;|
Giving them their charge, teaches them;
Comforts them against persecutions;
And promises a blessing to those that receive them.
John sends his disciples to Christ.|
Christ's testimony concerning John.
The perverse judgment of the people.
Christ upbraids Chorazin, Bethsaida, and Capernaum;
And praising his Father's wisdom in revealing the Gospel to the simple,
He calls to him all such as feel the burden of their sins.
Christ reproves the blindness of the Pharisees concerning the breach of the sabbath,|
And by a miracle.
He heals a man possessed that was blind and dumb;
And confuting the absurd charge of casting out devils by Beelzebub,
he shows that blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall never be forgiven.
Account shall be made of idle words.
He rebukes the unfaithful, who seek after a sign,
And shows who is his brother, sister, and mother.
The parable of the sower and the seed;|
The exposition of it.
The parable of the tares;
Of the mustard seed;
Of the leaven;
Expostion of the parable of the tares.
The parable of the hidden treasure;
Of the pearl;
Of the drag net cast into the sea.
Christ is contemned of his own countrymen.
Herod's opinion of Christ.|
Wherefore John Baptist was beheaded.
Jesus departs into a desert place,
Where he feeds five thousand men with five loaves and two fishes.
He walks on the sea to his disciples;
And landing at Gennesaret, ehals the sick by the touch of the hem of his garment.
Christ reproves the Scribes and Pharisees for transgressing |
God's commandments through their own traditions;
Teaches how that which goes into the mouth does not defile a man.
He heals the daughter of the woman of Canaan,
And other great multitudes;
And with seven loaves and a few little fishes feeds four thousand men, beside women and children.
The Pharisees require a sign.|
Jesus warns his disciples of the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees.
The people's opinion of Christ,
And Peter's confession of him.
Jesus foretells his death;
Reproves Peter for dissuading him from it;
And admonishes those that will follow him, to bear the cross.
The transfiguration of Christ.|
He heals the lunatic,
Foretells his own passion,
And pays tribute.
Christ warns his disciples to be humble and harmless,|
To avoid offences,
And not to despise the little ones;
Teaches how we are to deal with our brethren when they offend us,
And how oft to forgive them;
Which he sets forth by a parable of the king that took account of his servants,
And punished him who shewed no mercy to his fellow.
Christ heals the sick;|
Answers the Pharisees concerning divorcement;
Shows when marriage is necessary;
Receives little children;
Instructs the young man how to attain eternal life;
And how to be perfect;
Tells his disciples how hard it is for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God;
And promises reward to those that forsake any thing to follow him.
Christ, by the similitude of the labourers in the vineyard, shows that God is debtor unto no man;|
Foretells his passion;
By answering the mother of Zebedee's children, teaches his disciples to be lowly;
And gives two blind men their sight.
Christ rides into Jerusalem upon an ass;|
Drives the buyers and sellers out of the temple;
Curses the fig-tree;
Puts to silence the priests and elders,
And rebukes them by the similitude of the two sons,
And the husbandmen who slew such as were sent to them.
The parable of the marriage of the king's son.|
The vocation of the Gentiles.
The punishment of him that wanted the wedding garment.
Tribute ought to be paid to Caesar.
Christ confutes the Sadducees for the resurrection;
Answers the lawyer, which is the first and great commandment;
And puzzles the Pharisees by a question about the Messias.
Christ admonishes the people to follow the good doctrine, not the evil examples,|
of the Scribes and Pharisees.
His disciples must beware of their ambition.
He denounces eight woes against their hypocrisy and blindness,
And prophesies of the destruction of Jerusalem.
Christ foretells the destruction of the temple;|
What and how great calamities shall be before it;
The signs of his coming to judgment.
And because that day and hour are unknown,
We ought to watch like good servants, expecting every moment our Master's coming.
The parable of the ten virgins,|
And of the talents.
Also the description of the last judgment.
Christ foretells his own death.|
The rulers conspire against him.
The woman anoints his feet.
Judas bargains to betray him.
Christ eats the passover;
Institutes his holy supper;
Foretells the desertion of his disciples, and Peter's denial;
Prays in the garden;
And being betrayed by a kiss,
Is carried to Caiaphas,
And denied of Peter.
Christ is delivered bound to Pilate.|
Judas hangs himself.
Pilate, admonished of his wife,
And being urged by the multitude, washes his hands, and looses Barabbas.
Christ is mocked and crowned with thorns;
Dies, and is buried;
His sepulchre is sealed and watched.
Christ's resurrection is declared by an angel to the women.|
He himself appears unto them.
The chief priests give the soldiers money to say that he was stolen out of his sepulchre.
Christ appears to his disciples,
And sends them to baptize and teach all nations.