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LECTURE X. MATT. xiii. 24-30, 36-42.
The Gospel compared to a net cast into the sea
LECTURE XIV. MATT. xviii. 21-35.
Parable of the Unmerciful Servant: forgiveness of injuries
LECTURE XV. MATT. xx. 1—16.
Labourers in the vineyard
Parable of the Fig-tree: suddenness of the destruction of
Jerusalem, and of the end of the world
LECTURE XX. MATT. xxv. 1-13.
The Sheep and the Goats: Procedure of the last Judgment 117
LECTURE XXIII. MARK ii. 18-22.
New cloth and old garment: New wine and old bottles:
The disciples excused from fasting
LECTURE XXIV. MARK iii. 22-30.
House divided against itself: Strong man overcome: Blas-
phemy against the Holy Ghost .
LECTURE XXV. MARK iv. 1-12.
The Sower Different Treatment of the Disciples and the
LECTURE XXVI. MARK iv. 13-15.
Seed sown by the wayside
LECTURE XXVII. MARK iv. 16, 17.
Seed sown on stony ground
LECTURE XXVIII. MARK iv. 18, 19.
Candle under a bushel: need of zeal and faithfulness.
LECTURE XXXI. MARK iv. 26-29.
The kingdom of God compared to the growth of grain
LECTURE XXXII. MARK iv. 30-34.
The kingdom of God compared to a grain of mustard seed. 185
Parable of the Fig-tree: watchfulness enjoined.
LECTURE XXXVI. MARK Xiii. 33-37.
Man taking a far journey. Watchfulness.
LECTURE XXXVII. LUKE vi. 39-49.
The blind leading the blind: The house upon a rock.
House divided against itself: Power of Jesus over Satan
LECTURE XLIV. LUKE xi. 33–36.
Candle under a bushel: single and evil eye: Jesus reproves
the unbelief of the people.
The barren fig-tree: Nature of Divine judgments