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Dispossesses a dumb demoniac. Matt. ix. 32— 4. p. 285.
Jesus casts out a dumb devil.
The multitudes marvel. (Mt. 12. 2

(3. 221 . 14)
The Pharisees blaspheme.

- (-15,.6 8. 48-52] Is. 35. 6.

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SECTION XXXVIII.-Jesus' THIRD GENERAL CIRCUIT of GALILEE.

No. 38. See line from Nazareth going through Galilee. p. 293.
Jesus goes teaching in the synagogues . . 9.35 6.6

[Mt. 4. 23; Lu. 8. 1-3.]

Preaching the gospel, &c. and healing - 35 - (8. 1-3] -

23: Mk. 1. 39.1

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E No. 39. The twelve apostles are sent out in companies of two and two. Jesus departs

also on his second partial circuit. Matt. ix. 36–.8; x.1,5-xi.l. Mark vi. 7-13. Luke

ix. 1–6. Capernaum. p. 294-303.

Why Jesus is moved with compassion . . 9. 36

(7.13;19.41-4) (11.35 Mt. 14. 14] 1 Pe. 3. 8.

Directs to pray for labourers for the harvest -- 37, .8 -- [10. 2

2 Th.3.1. (Ecc.4.9-12.

Sends forth the twelve, two and two . . 10. 1

9. 1,

[Mk. 3. 14,.5) Nu.13.23;

Sent to lost sheep of the house of Israel

(Mt. 15. 24) Ja. l. l.

To preach and heal.

[Lu. 10. 9.)

Provision for the journey

(- 10.4.)

With whom to lodge

E- 10.5-7); Ac. 16. 15.

How to enter an house

How to act when rejected

(-10. 10, .1); Ac. 13.

50, .1.

Be wise as serpents,' &c. . . . .

- (10. 3 - Rom. 16. 19; Ep. 5. 15;

Col. 4. 5:1 Co. 14. 20;

Ph. 2. 15, Ja. 3. 17.

What they might expect from men

Ac. 25. 7, 23; 2 Co.11.24.

To trust God for their defence .

(13. 11 ] [12. 11-.3]

Je. 1. 7; Ac. 4. 8, 12,.3.
Persecution from relatives, &c., hated of

[-12,.3 21. 16)

Mic. 7. 6.

He that shall endure to the end (Mt. 24. 13)

Not to court persecution. .

[3. 6, 7 )

Ac. 14. 5, 6.

To expect it like their Master

24,.5 13. 22 6 . 40
Boldly to proclaim the truth.

(12. 2, 3 ]

Whom to fear.

12. 4

Is. 51. 7, 12.

Such as confess Jesus he will confess :

(9.26; 12.8)

Rom. 10.9, 10; 1Jno.2.23;

Dissensions in families to arise

- (12.51-31

Ps. 41.9. (Rev. 3.5.1
Christ must be loved supremely.

- [14. 26, .7 12. 25)
Christ received in his messengers . . - 40

- 9. 48 13. 201

Who shall receive a prophet's reward

I Ki. 17. 8-16.

A cup of cold water given for his sake, &c. .

[9.41

Heb. 6. 10.

The apostles go forth preaching, &c.

(3.2] 6. 12, .3 9.6

Jesus also departs to teach and to preach

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SECTION XL.—THE DEATH OF JOHN THE BAPTIST RECORDED. FIVE THOUSAND

fed. Matthew xiv. 1-21. Mark vi. 14-44. Luke ix. 7-17. John vi. 1--13.

Capernaum and Desert of Bethsaida, in Decapolis. p. 304—.16.
No. 40. The fame of Jesus reaches Herod the tetrarch of Galilee : particulars of

the death of John the Baptist. Probably Capernaum. Mait. xiv. 1-12. Mark vi.

14-29. Luke ix. 7-9. p. 304 ..8.

The fame of Jesus reaches Herod . . 14. 1 6. 14 9.7

Herod's perplexity...

Mal. 4. 5; Lu. 1. 17.

Jesus supposed to be Jol

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MATT. MARK. LUKE. JOHN

ILLUSTRATIONS.
Herod's desire to see Jesus .

9. 9
Conjectures respecting Jesus. .

[16. 14) 6. 15 - 8 ]
Herod's saying, It is John'.
Herod had laid hold on John
Why John was apprehended.

.9 [3. 19, 20)

Comp. Ge. 39. 14-20.

Why his death had been delayed

Ezek. 2. 5-7.

The occasion on which John was slain.

Prov. 22. 14.

The dancing girl

The rash oath.

Est. 5. 6; 7. 2.

The girl instructed by her mother .

-- 21.5

Prov. 29. 10.

The danger of evil company. .

Ecc. 5. 2; Da. 6. 14;

John beheaded.

(Ja. 1. 15, .6.

His head presented to Herodias
John's disciples bury him, and tell Jesus

Acts 8. 2
Upon the return of the apostles, they are taken by Jesus apart to the desert of Bethsaida;

the multitudes follow them thither; five thousand men, besides women and children, are
fed with five loaves of bread and two fishes. Matt. xiv. 13—21. Mark vi. 30–44.
Luke ix. 10—7. John vi. 1-13. Desert of Bethsaida in Decapolis. p. 309—-.16.

(6. 13.4.
The apostles return from their mission

6. 309 . 10 -

First called Apostles, LL.

Jesus invites them to a desert place .

(Mk. 3. 20.)

They go by ship, many follow on foot. . 14. 13

.3 - 10.1 6. 1, 2

Jesus compassionates the multitudes . . -

31" - 11

[Mt. 9. 36 ; 15. 32.3

- speaks to Philip of providing bread.

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is advised to send the people away .

[6. 5 ]

- says, 'Give ye them to eat'

Nu. 11. 13-22; 2 Ki. 4. 43.

Their stock of provisions . .

(Mt. 15. 31; Mk. 8. 5.)

Arrangements for feeding the peop

- 14-.6 - 10, 1

- 35,.6 - - 6.7.)
They all eat, and are filled
Twelve baskets of fragments taken

- 17 - 13

The number fed 5,000, &c. . . . .

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HE THAT LOVETH PURENESS OF HEART, FOR THE GRACE OF HIS LIPS THE KING SHALL BE HIS FRIEND.-Prov. xxii. il.

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III III

SECTION XLII. - JesUS RETURNS THROUGH THE REGION OF GENNESARET TO

CAPERNAUM : THE MULTITUDE, WHICH HAD BEEN LEFT ON THE OTHER SIDE
OF THE LAKE, ALSO RETURN TO CAPERNAUM IN QUEST OF JESUS.
No. 41, continued. Matt. xiv. 34—.6. Mark vi. 53—.6. John vi. 22—.4. p. 322, ..3.

Jesus and disciples come into land of Genn. 14. 34 6.53 [5. 1 6.17]

The people know him . . . .

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Mk. 3.7-11; Mt. 9. 35.

They gather to him all who are diseased .

Ac. 5. 15,.6.

These, by touching his garment, are healed -

- See on Mt. 9. 21, S36; Ac.

The people who had been fed follow him ,

6. 22-.4 See ver. 25, .6.' (19. 12.

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Whence and wherefore Jesus had come
Of such as are given to Christ
They will be raised up at the last day . .
The Jews, being disappointed, murmur
Their ignorance of whence Jesus came
Jesus alludes to his words, ver. 39, 40,
Those taught of God come to Christ.
Who hath seen the Father ,
The bread of life and the manna contrasted
The Jews cannot understand
Christ the true passover, .
Such as have eter.life [ver. 27, 40, 63, ch. 4. 147
Excellence of the bread of life (Jno. 14. 21)

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Not as their fathers ate,

An hard saying; who can bear it?) . Jesus' pre-existence and future ascension

16. 19)
Feeding on Jesus' words we have life
Jesus' foreknowledge as to Judas-comp.
ver. 71, and Jno. 2. 24, .5

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Those given of the Father come, &c.
Many forsake Jesus .
To the twelve- Will ye also go away?'

(14. 27-50 6 13-.6] Peter's answer and confession (Mt. 14.33 16. 16 8. 29 9. 20) Jesus speaks of Judas Iscariot the betrayer [26. 48, .9) -

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THERE IS NO WISDOM NOR UNDERSTANDING NOR COUNSEL AGAINST THE LORD.-Prov. xxi. 30.

BY HUMILITY, AND THE FEAR OF THE LORD, ARE RICHES, HONOUR, AND LIFB.--Prov. xxii. 4.

THEY THAT FORSAKE THE LORD SHALL BE CONSUMED.-Isaiah i. 28.

SUPPOSED CHRONOLOGY OF THE GOSPEL HISTORY.

(Greswell, Vol. IV. Part II. pp. 741–..6.)

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BC.* Vision of the angel to Zacharias, Thursday, Oct. 5 6 Birth of John Baptist, Saturday, October 5; Cir

cumcision, October 12 ........ Birth of Christ, Saturday, April 5, Nisan 10 .... 4 Circumcision of Jesus, Saturday, April 12 ...... Presentation in the Temple, Friday, May 16 .... Arrival of the Magi, about August 2 ............ ib. Flight of the Holy Family to Egypt, about Aug. 9 ib. Return from Egypt, about March 31 ............ 3

ib.

I HAVE RAISED UP , , , FROM THE NORTH, AND HE SHALL COME FROM THE KISING OF THE SUN SHALL HE CALL

Visit of Jesus to Jerusalem, in his twelfth year
Passover, April .......

....... 8 Beginning of the ministry of Joho, Monday, Oct. 5 26 Baptism of Jesus Christ, end of January ........ Beginning of the ministry of Jesus Christ, and first

cleansing of the Temple, Monday, April 5,

Nisan 10 ...................................... ib. First Passorer, Friday, April 9 .................. Arrival of Jesus at Syehar, Thursday, May 13 .. Imprisonment of John, Sanday, May 16 ........ First feast of Pentecost, Sunday, May 30 ........ Call of the four disciples, Friday, June 4 ........ Beginning of the ministry at Capernaum, Satur

day, June 5 ....... Commencement of the first cireuit of Galilee, Sunday, June 6 .......

......... ib. First feast of Tabernacles, Monday, October 4 .. Two hundred and twentieth sabbatie year, seedtime or autumn

...... ib. First feast of Eneænia, Sunday, December 12 .. ib. Miracle at the Pool of Bethesda, Saturday, March 25, Nisan 10

...........+28 Second Passover, Wednesday, March 29 ........ ib. Walking through the corn-felds, Saturday, April I First partial circuit of Galilee ...

id. Second Feast of Pentecost, Friday, May 19 ...... Ordination of the Twelve Second general eireuit of Galilee.... Second feast of Tabernacles, Saturday, Sept. 23. ib.

Death of John Baptist .....
Third general circuit of Galilee ......
Second feast of Dedication, Friday, December 1.
Mission of the Twelve, February................
Second partial circuit of Galilee ................
First miracle of feeding, Thursday, April 5 ....
Discourse in the synagogue at Capernaum, Satur-

day, April 7 .........................
Third Passorer, Monday, April 16 ......
Confession of Peter, Sunday, May 20 ..........
Transfiguration, Sunday, May 29 ................
Third feast of Pentecost, Wednesday, Jane 6.... ib.
Third feast of Tabernacles, Thursday, Oct. 11.. ib.
Appearance of Jesus at the feast, Monday, Oct. 15 ib.
Miracle on the blind man, Thursday, October 18 ib.
Third feast of Dedication, Wednesday, Dec. 19.. ib.
Raising of Lazarus, and retreat to Ephraim, Jan.
Return to Capernaum, and mission of the

Seventy, February ............
Fourth general circuit of Galilee, Mareh ........
Passage through Jericho, Friday, March 29......
Arrival at Bethany, Nisan 8, Saturday, March 30
Unction at Bethany, Saturday, March 30........
Resort of the Jews to Bethany, Sunday, Nisan 9,
March 31....

........ ib Procession to the Temple, afternoon of Monday,

Nisan 10, April 1..
Second cleansing of the Temple, morning of

Tuesday, Nisan II, April ? ...... ........ ib. Close of our Lord's publie ministry, evening of

Wednesday, Nisan 12, April 3..................
Propheey on the Mount of Olives ..............
Compact of Judas with the Sanhedrim..........
Celebration of the last supper, night of Thursday,

Nisan 14, April 4......
Fourth Passorer, and Passion of Jesus, Friday,

Nisan 14, April 5 ........................... Resurrection of Jesus, Sunday, Nisan 16, April 7 ib. Aseension into bearen, Thursday, Zif or Jar 26,

May 16 .......

UPON MY NAME : AND HE SHALL COME UPON PRINCESAS... MORTER, AND AS THE POTTER TREADETH CLAY.- Isa. xli. 25.

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Hinnom, valley of ....
Holy Land .... ....
Idumea
Iturea
Jacob's Well...
Jerusalem ....

2 5. 3
- outwardly
- as approached from Jaffa.

- mount of Olives ..

Bethlehem

the north
- its Inhabitants
- Pilgrims visiting ....

- Sketch of a journey from London to ..
Jordan, river ..
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10. 74, i 26. 200, Scrip. Illus. Judæa

" . hill country of .. ....

" .... .... .... Land of Promise, a sketch of the

Israel ..
Canaan
Gennesaret

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THE RIGHTEOUS GOD TRIETH THE HEARTS AND REINS.-Psalm vii. 9.

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