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HE THAT HASTETH TO BE RICH HATH AN EVIL EYE, AND CONSIDERETI NOT THAT POVERTY SHALL COME UPON HIM.-Prov. xxviii. 22.

MATT. MARK

ILLUSTRATIONS. What to do when received in a city

(10.11-3)

10.8,9 when not received

(- 14,5 6. 11) - 10-2 Wöc to Chorazin ; woe to Bethsaida (11. 20-2)

13, .4

(Am. 9. 2, 3. Capernaum. Exalted to heaven'

- 23.4

15

De. 1. 28; Is. 14. 13-15; He that heareth you,' &c.

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9. 37) 16 [5. 23)

i Sa. 8.7'; 1 Th. 1. 8. Return of the 70;... devils subject to them (-1)

17 Jesus declares Satan s fall and overthrow

(16.18] 18, .9

(12. 23. The true cause of rejoicing

20

Da. 12. 1; Ph. 4.3; He. Thanks to the Father for revealing to babes (11.25]

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Ps. 25. 9; Is. 29. 14. All things are delivered to Jesus.

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22 [14. 8, 9) Blessed are the eyes which see, &c.

(13. 16, 7]

23, .4 Jesus answers the inquiry of a certain lawyer concerning eternal life, and takes occasion

thence to deliver the second of his moral parables, which sets forth the humanity of a

certain Samaritan.-Ver. 25-37. pp. 145–..7. A lawyer asks, 'What shall I do,' &c. (22.35)

10.25 Jesus directs him to the written word.

- 26 The two great commandments (- 37-.9 12. 29-31] - 27

(.3, 21. . This do, and thou shalt live'

(19. 17]

28

Le. 18. 5; Eze. 20. 11Who is my neighbour?' įLu. 16.15 5.43, -4)

29 The parable of the man who fell among thieves

30, &c. The priest and Levite

31, 2 The Samaritan.

33-.5 Go, and do thou likewise'

[23. 23]

36, .7 SECTION LXI.-JESUS IS ENTERTAINED IN THE HOUSE OF MARTHA; HE COM

MENDS MARY'S CHOICE.-Luke x. 38–42. pp. 149, .50. No. 61.-[Lesson 58 embraces Sects. lxi., lxii.Luke x. 38-xi. 1-13.]-Jesus is enter

tained by Martha ; commends Mary.- Luke x. 38–42. On the last general circuit. Jesus is entertained by Martha

10. 38

(12.1, 2] Mary and Martha contrasted

- 39, 40 The Lord pronounces upon Martha's case

-41

I Co. 7. 32-.5. And upon Mary's (Lu. 18. 28 20]

42

Ps. 27.4; 73. 25; Ec. 12.

13; 1 Co. 13. 2, 3;

He. 11. 25, .6. SECTION LXII.-A FORM OF PRAYER; AND ENCOURAGEMENT THERETO. JESUS

CASTS OUT A DUMB SPIRIT. DINES WITH A PHARISEE.-Luke xi. pp. 151–.62. No. 62.-[Lesson 58, continued.-See Sect. Ixi.]-Jesus prescribes for the use of his disciples a form of prayer; and adds a further discourse upon the efficacy of prayer.

Luke xi. 1-13. pp. 151, ..2. Lord, teach us to pray'.

11.1 Jesus teaches how to pray, 'Our Father,' &c. (6.9-13 11. 25, -6] - 2-4 Perseverance in prayer encouraged

- 5-8

Lu. 18. 1; Ge. 32. 26. Jesus farther encourages to prayer

[7.7-11)

9.13 (Lesson 59.—Luke xi. 1454.]—Jesus casts out a dumb spirit: some make light of the miracle ; others demand a sign from heaven. Jesus replies to both in order.

Ver. 14—36. pp. 153–..5. Jesus casts out a dumb spirit; some refer his power to Beelzebub, others ask for a sign (12. 22-.4)

11. 14-.6 Jesus' answer, 'Every kingdom divided,' &c. - 25-30 3. 24) 17-23

Ex. 8. 19. They were themselves to be a sign

43..5 -27) -- 24-.6 Blessed is the womb; - Jesus' answer

27, .8

Ps. 119. 1, 2. Of not attending to God's witnesses. Of Jonas (-38-42]

29.32 Light is given in order to be manifested 5. 15, .6 4. 21, .2) - 33 To profit by the light, the eye must be single [6. 22, .3)

-34-.6

Pr. 28. 22-see margin. Jesus is invited the same day to dine with a certain Pharisee. He sits down without first

washing his hands; the Pharisee being secretly offended thereby, Jesus rebukes the

hypocrisy and carnal righteousness of his sect.–Ver. 37–54. pp. 155—.7. Jesus goes in to dine with a Pharisee

11.37 The manner in which to prepare for dinner (23. 25 7. 3) - 38-41

Is. 58. 7; Ti. 1. 15. Three woes-the vain scrupulosity, pride, and hypocrisy of the Pharisees

[- 23)

42-.4

Ps. 5, 9. Three woes upon the lawyers

45, &c.

Is. 58. 6. As binding heavy burdens upon the people

46 As hating the living, whilst worsh, the dead 291

47-51

Ge. 9.5. For taking away the key of knowledge (16. 19

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Mal. 2. 7. They evidence the truth of what he says

53, .4 SECTION LXIII.-JESUS DISCOURSES ON VARIOUS TOPICS, AND DELIVERS THREE

PARABLES.—Luke xii. pp. 163—.72.

No. 63.-[Lesson 60.]— On the last circuit of Galilee. Jesus bids his disciples beware of hypocrisy. [16. 6]

12.1 For all shall be revealed and made known

[4. 22) - 2, 3

Job 12. 22; Ec. 12. 14. Not to fear man, but God

[10.28]

4,5 (15.14, .5) Is. 51.7, 8, 12,.3; Je. 1.8. Are not fire sparrows sold for,' &c. (Lu.21.18 29

- 6, 7 Of confessing him before men, &c. [-9.25,6 32 8. 38) 8,9

2 Ti. 2. 12; 1 Jno. 2. 23. The danger of blaspheming the Holy Ghost [12. 31, .2 3. 28, .9] 10 To trust God for their defence

[10. 16-20 13. 111 11, .2

Ac. 7. 10. One wants his brother to share with him

13

HE THAT REBUKETH A MAN AFTERWARDS SHALL FIND MORE FAVOUR THAN HE THAT FLATTERETH WITH THE TONGUE.-Prov. xxviii. 23.

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WILL A MAN ROB GOD?-Mal. iii. 8.

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LUKE. JOHN. ILLUSTRATIONS.
12. 14 [18.36)
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Jos. 7. 21; Ec. 11. 9; 16-21

(Job 20. 22, &c. 22-31

Ps. 34. 10; He. 13. 5.
32 (10. 27, .8] Is. 40. 2
33, .4

Ac. 2. 45; 4. 34.
35-40

Is. 11. 5; Eph. 6. 14. 41-.6

Ps. 37. 9. 47, .8 (9.41] De. 25. 2; 1 Ti. 1. 13; 49

(Ja. 4. 17.
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51-.3 [7.43;9.16]Mi. 7.6.
54-.6

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(20.22 10.38)
(10.31-6]
(16.2, 3]
(5. 25, .6)

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EVILDOERS SHALL BE CUT OFF: BUT THOSE THAT WAIT UPON THE LORD, THEY SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH.-Psa. xxxvii. 9.

SECTION LXIV.--THE FATE OF THE GALILÆANS. THE BARREN FIG TREE.

Luke xiii. 1-9. pp. 173--.5. No. 64.-[Lesson 61 includes Sects. Ixiv., lxv., lxvi.] Jesus in Galilee, forewarns the

Jews of the calamities coming on them in connection with the destruction of Jerusalem. The Galilæans whose blood Pilate had, &c., a sign of what was about to befal them

13. 1-3

Ac. 5.37; Is. 1. 11..7. So the eighteen and the tower in Siloam

(Lu. 19. 42-.4.] The fig tree which encumbered the ground. [21. 19)

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Ex. 32. 10; Is. 5. 2. SECTION LXV.--JESUS HEALS A WOMAN. PARABLES.—Luke xiii. 10—21. pp. 175,..6. No. 65.-[Lesson 61, continued, see above.) Jesus on the sabbath day heals a woman

who had a spirit of infirmity eighteen years, and justifies the act against the ruler of

the synagogue.Luke xiii. 10—7. pp. 175, ..6. A woman who had an infirm. 18 years, healed

(16. 18]
13. 10.3

Ac. 9. 17.
The ruler of the synagogue is indignant

Ex. 20. 9. Jesus vindicates his having liberated the wo.

15, .6

(Lu. 14. 5); Pr. ll. 9. His adversaries ashamed; the people rejoice

17

Is. 45. 24. Jesus again delivers the parable of the grain of mustard seed, and also that of the leaven.

Ver. 18-21. p. 176. Parable of the femraven fima intareas.cor meai [13. 33

[13. 31, .2 4. 30-2] 13. 18, .9

- 20,1 SECTION LXVI.- OF THE SAVED HEROD. JESUS PREDICTS HIS DEATH.

LAMENTS OVER JERUSALEM.-Luke xiii. 22—35. pp. 177.80. No. 66.-[Lesson 61, continued, see above. ] --Jesus answers the question, 'Lord, are there

few that be saved ? '-Luke xiii. 22–30. pp. 177, ..8. Jesus journeys toward Jerusalem .

13. 22
Is asked, 'Are there few that be saved ?;
Bids them strive to enter in at the strait gate [7. 13..4)
Ere the door be shut

(25. 107

Is. 55. 6. Past mistised privileges will not then avail : (7. 231

26, .7 The bitter envy and regret

18. 12) Whence shall come the heirs of the kingdom 8. 11..2]

29

Rev. 7.9, 10. The last first, and the first last

(19.30 10.31] 30 Jesus is advised by certain of the Pharisees to depart out of Herod's dominions. He

laments over Jerusalem.- Ver. 31-.5. pp. 1784,80. Certain say, 'Depart hence: for Herod,' &c.

13. 31

(Lu.3.1; 23.7); Am.7.12. Jesus' answer, Go ye, and tell that fox, &c.

-32, .3

Zep. 3. 3. Jesus' lament, o Jerusalem, .. , which,' &c. [23. 37]

- 34 Desolation and blindness predicted till the time spoken of, Ps. 118.26

(21. 9 11.9, 10)

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(12.13]

THE LORD KNOWETH THE DAYS OF THE UPRIGHT: AND THEIR INHERITANCE SHALL BE FOR EVER.--Psa. xxxvii. 18.

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SECTION LXVII.-JESUS HEALS A MAN OF THE DROPSY. DISCOURSES ON THE

MYSTERIES OF THE KINGDOM, AND OF DISCIPLESHIP.—Luke xiv. pp. 181-..6. No. 67.—[Lesson 62. )Jesus, while eating bread on the sabbath day in the house of a

certain ruler, a Pharisee, heals a man of the dropsy.-Luke xiv. 1-6. p. 181. Jesus in the house of a chief Pharisee

14.1 Watched if he would heal on the sabbath day

(3. 2] 1, 2

Lu. 6. 7; Ps. 37. 32. Silences the Pharisees, as at Lu. 13. 15-7 (12. 11, 2]

3-6

De. 22. 4. Jesus gives suitable advice to the guests, and also to his host; and in answer to an obser. vation of one of the guests, delivers a parable relating to the mysteries of the kingdom.

Ver. 7-24. pp. 182..4. A parable, . When thou art bidden,' &c.

14. 7-10

Pr. 25. 6, 7. . The proud shall be abased (Lu. 18.14 23. 12)

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– 15. 33 ; Ja. 4.6, 10. Advises his host whom he should feast. (2531)

12-.4

22. 16. The parable of the great supper [ – 22.30 22. 2)

15-7 Those invited make various excuses

3-7]

18-20 (1. 11) I Co. 7. 33. Those in the streets and lanes are invited 8)

21

Rev. 22. 17. Those in the highways, &c.

(- 9, 10)

22, .3 None that were bidden allowed to partake

24

Pr. 1. 21.

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REST IN THE LORD, ETC.-Psa. xxxvii. 7.

Jesus warns the multitudes, who were following him in his journeyings, what was necessary to any one desiring to become his disciple.-Luke xiv. 25–35. pp. 181–..6.

MATT. MARK. LUKE. JOAN ILLUSTRATIONS. Self-denial necessary in Jesus' disciple. (10.37-9)

14. 25-.7

Ac. 20. 24; Rev. 12. 11. Unlike him, who began to build, &c.

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Pr. 24. 27. Unlike the king going improvidently to war

31, 2

-- 20. 18. Jesus' disciple must forsake all

16.24 10.21]

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Ph. 3. 7,8. of salt which has lost its savour

(5. 13

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SECTION LXVIII.- JESUS' DEFENCE OF HIMSELF AGAINST THE PHARISEES. HE

DELIVERS THREE PARABLES.-Luke xv. pp. 187—.95. No. 68.—[Lesson 63.]—Jesus defends himself against the exceptions of the scribes and

Pharisees, for receiving and eating with publicans and sinners.

Luke xv. 1-10. pp. 187-90. Eastward. Jesus rec. publicans and sin. Phari. murmur (9. 10-.2 2.15-7) 15. 1, 2

(Lu. vi. 29.] (Jesus delivers three parables, illustrative of

(119.176; 1 Pe.2.10,25. what was about to be done for the lost.)

-3-32

Eze.11.16; 34.11-16; Ps. 1. The lost sheep

-3-7 (Jesus speaks as ir by contrast ; thus, is one [18. 12,.3]

sheep out of a dock rould be sought after,
and rejoiced over when found, how much
more the whole flock)

[10.6] 2. The lost piece of silver

-- 8-10 (If one out of ten pieces of silver would be

sought for diligently, much more the whole
ten; and the Lord'accounted all the ten
tribes his peculiar treasure (Le. 20. 26;
De. 14. 2-had been lost, 2 Ki. 17. 20-.3.)

CONSIDER HIM THAT ENDURED SUCH CONTRADICTION OF SINNERS AGAINST HIMSELF, Lest Ye BE WEARIED AND FAINT IN YOUR MINDS.-Heb. xii. :

Jesus takes occasion from the same occurrence to deliver the parable of the elder and the younger brother; or, as it is commonly called, the parable of the prodigal son.

Ver. 11-32.

pp.

190—..5. 3. The prodigal son.

15. 11-24

Ps. 51.4; Ho. 12.1; Je. (If the younger son would be received back

(3. 18, .9. with rejoicing, equally so, at the least, may it be expected, would the first born, the favourite son, unto whom especially the inheritance had been promised, Je. 31.9, 18-20.) Refusal of the elder son to rejoice at his brother's return. His father's entreaty.

25-32

Is. 35. 10; Rom. 11. 1; (The case of Judah, who was angry, and

(Ph. 3. 6. would not come in, and the father's gracious invitation to him also, to partake of the blessing.)

IF YE ENDURE CHASTENING, GOD DEALETH WITH YOU AS WITH SONS; FOR WHAT SON is He WHOM THE PATHER CHASTENETH NOT ?-Heh. xii. 7.

SECTION LXIX.-PARABLES-THE UNJUST STEWARD.; AND THE RICH MAN AND

LAZARUS.-Luke xvi. pp. 196—205.
No. 69.-[Lesson 64.] Jesus delivers the parable of the unjust steward, &c.
Luke xvi. 1-18. pp. 196-..9.

(Rev. 20. 12. (The wisdom of providing in time for elernity.)

(1 Co. 4. 2; 1 Pe. 4.5: The steward who wasted his master's goods

16. 1, 2

Ec. 12. 14; Rom. 14.12; Thinks to provide friends when put out, &c.

--3-7

(This parahle also is to be understood by way

of contrast, for we act most justly towards our Lord, as well as most surely for ourselves, when we expend his goods for the benefit of others)

8,9 (12. 36] 1 Th. 5.5, 8. If men would be intrusted with true riches,

they must shew theniselves faithful in
what is already committed to their care. [25. 21)

10,.1 If not faithful in another man's, who, &c.

12 • No servant can serve two masters,' &c. [6. 24;

13

Jo. 24. 15-9 The Pharisees being covetous, deride Jesus . (23.11)

He. 12. 3. Actions are differently viewed by God & man 16. 5-8)

15

1 Sa. 16, .7: Ps. 7. 9. The law and prophets witnessed until John. 15. 18 13.31) 16, 7

Is. 40.8; 51. 6.
The gospel requires a stricter obedience than

even that demanded by the law, exempli.
fied in the case of divorce

(-32;19.9 10.11, 2] – 18

Mal. 2. 14-.6.

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The parable of the rich man and Lazarus.- Ver. 19—31. pp. 199–202.
DISCOURSE ON THE RIGHT USE OF PROPERTY.

16. 19, &c. The rich man and Laz.; their cases contrasted

- 19:21

(Lu. 12. 19); Ac. 3. 2. Their cases in another state

22, .3 Prayer to saints, its ill success, for himself :

24-.6

Job 5. 1; 21. 13. And also for his brethren

27,.8 The sufficiency of scripture 'vindicated, in opposition to the voice from hell

29-31

Jno. 12. 10, .1.

CHRIST PLEASED NOT HIMSELF;-Rom. xv. 3.

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BE YE KIND ONE TO ANOTHER, TENDERHEARTED, FORGIVING ONE ANOTHER, EVEN AS GOD FOR CHRIST'S SAKE HATH FORGIVEN YOU.-Ephes. iv. 32.

SECTION LXX.-JESUS DISCOURSES ON OFFENCES, FORGIVENESS OF INJURIES,

AND FAITH, AND HEALS TEN LEPERS.—Luke xvii. 1-19. pp. 206—..9. No. 70.—[Lesson 65 includes Sects. lxx., lxxi. ]—While Jesus is discoursing on the subject

of offences, and on the forgiveness of injuries, the apostles ask for increase of faith.
Jesus' reply.Luke xvii. 1–10. pp. 206—..8.

MATT.
LUKE.

ILLUSTRATIONS.
Woe to them by whom offences come (18.6, 7 9. 42] 17. 1, 2

Re. 18. 21. Brotherly forgiveness seven times a day! [-15-22)

- 3,4

Le. 19. 17; Eph. 4. 32. The apostles'prayer, 'Lord, incr. our faith'

(-23, .4) - 5 Jesus' reply, 'If ye had faith as a grain,' &c. (17.20;21.21 11. 22, .3) 6

I Co. 13. 2. “We are unprofitable servants :' &c. (see Mt. 25.3]

7-10

Job 22.3; Is. 64. 6.
Jesus heals ten lepers, one of them being a Samaritan.

Ver. 114.9. In Galilee, before crossing into Peræd. pp. 208,..9.
Jesus on his journey to Jerusalem .

17.11

Lu. 9. 51, .2.] Ten lepers cry to him for mercy

(1. 40] - 12.3

Le. 13. 46. Jesus commands, 'Go,' &c.; they are cleansed (8. 4]

14. 2; (Lu. 5. 14.] One, 'a Samaritan' glorifies God, &c.

15, .6 [4, 34, 42] Jesus asks, Where are the nine?' &c.

17,.8

Ps.106.13; Eph.2.11-.8. * Arise, go thy way: thy faith hath made,' &c. [8. 13

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[Lu. 8. 48.] SECTION LXXI.-JesUS PASSES OUT OF GALILEE INTO PERÆA.

Matthew xix. 1, 2. Mark x. 1. p. 209. No. 71.-[Lesson 65, continued.]-Crossing Jordan at the ford opposite Scythopolis.

South-east corner of Galilee. Multitudes healed by Jesus

19. 1, 2 10.1 (6. 17

10. 40-.2] SECTION LXXII.- WHEN THE KING DOM OF GOD SHOULD COME

Luke xvii. 20--37. pp. 210--..3. No. 72.-[Lesson 66.] Jesus answers the Pharisees concerning the coming of the kingdom

of God; and addresses his disciples on the coming of the Son of man, which serves as a prelude to the prophecy afterwards delivered from mount Olivet.

Luke xvii. 20—37. In Perea. East of Scythopolis. The kingd. of God cometh not with observa. (17. 12]

17.20 [1. 11] Already among them (as promised, Mt. 16. 28)

- 21 He forewarns his disciples of worse days [9. 15]

22 [16. 20] Not to be deceived by See here; or,' &c. (24.26

13. 21) 23 * As the lightning, so the coming of the Son

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Job 37. 3. Must first suffer and be rejected of the Jews' (16. 21)

25

[Lu. 9. 22.] As in the days of Noah.

C24. 37-19)

26, .7

Ge. 6. 7. (2 Th.1.7-10. As in days of Lot, the d. son of man is reveal.

28-30

- 13. 10; 19. 12-25; Then, no time to look back

(- 17,.8 - 15, .6] 31, .2

- 19. 26. He that seeks to save his life, shall lose, &c. (10.39 8. 35) 33 [12. 25] The separation that will then take place (24. 40,.1)

34-.6

1 Th. 4. 17. Wheresoever the body, thither the eagles, &c.

37

De. 28. 26; Job 39. 30.
SECTION LXXIII.--Two PARABLES ON PRAYER.

Luke xviii, 1–14. In Peræa. pp. 214–..7.
No. 73.—[Lesson 67.]The parable of the unjust judge and the importunate widow.*

Luke xviii. 1–8. Pp. 214–..6.
The poor widow, an ex. of perseve. (ch. 21.36]

18. 1-8

Rom. 12.12; Eph. 6.18;

(Col. 4. 2; 1 Th. 5. 17. Shall he find faith on the earth'

-8 Jesus delivers the parable of the Pharisee and the publican, with reference to certain who

accounted themselves righteous, and despised others.-Ver. 9—14. pp. 216, ..7. The Pharisee boasts1. His superiority to others (Lu. 16. 15)

18. 9-11

Rev. 3. 17. 2. That he fasts twice in the week, &c.

- 12 The publican relies on God's mercy

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Je. 31. 19. Each dealt with according to ch. 14. 11 [23. 12]

Job 22. 29; 1 Pe. 5. 5, 6. SECTION LXXIV.-JESUS TREATS OF DIVORCE, AND WELCOMES LITTLE CHILDREN.

Matthew xix. 3—15. Mark x. 2–16. Luke xviii. 15—7. In Peræa. pp. 218--.22. No. 74.—[Lesson 68.]—The Pharisees question Jesus concerning the lawfulness of divorce for every cause; his answer to them in public, and likewise to his disciples in private.

Matt. xix. 3–12. Mark x. 2–12. pp. 218–20.
Jesus questioned regarding the law of divorce 19. 3. 10. 2
He refers them to Moses

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De. 24. 1-4. Who, they think, favours this licence

[5.31] The bill of div. required for their hard., &c.

(Eph. 5. 31. Argum. agt. divorce fr. the first insti. of marr. 4-6 - 6-9

Ge. 1. 27; 2. 24; 5. 2; * This parable also is to be understood by way of contrast; thus, our Judge is not unjust, but the Lord our righteousness. Our judge is he who feared God, and regarded man, so as to lay down his life for us, according to the Father's commandment. The church is not a poor widow, but his own chosen bride. Her prayers do not weary him; he is waiting to be gracious at the voice of her cry. This contrast is implied in ver: 7; Rev. 6. 10.

LET THE PEACE OF GOD RULE IN YOUR HEARTS, TO THE WHICH ALSO YE ARE CALLED IN ONE BODY; AND BE YE THANKFUL.-Col. iii. 15.

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AS CHRIST FORGAVE YOU, SO ALSO DO YE.-Col jij. 13.

MATT. MARK LUKE.

JOHN ILLUSTRATIONS.
Crim. of divorce when prepar. to another mar. 19.9

(16. 18)
The same warning to his disciples privately (5. 32] 10. 10-2

1 Co. 7. 10, .. Their objection, 'It is not good to marry' -- 10

Pr. 21. 19; 1 Co. 7. 25-.7. Grace necessary to keep the law

I Co. 7. 2, 9, 17, 32-.4.
Jesus reproves his disciples for preventing the bringing of little children to him.

Matt. xix. 13--5. Mark x. 134.6. Luke xviii. 15—.7. pp. 220--..2.
Disciples rebuke those who bring children. 19.13 10.13 18. 15
Jesus says, Forbid them not,' &c. .

-14 -14 -- 16

1 Co. 14.20; 1 Pe. 2. 1, 2. How the kingdom of God is to be received . (18.3] -15

17 (3.3) Ps. 131. 1, 2. Jesus takes the little children in his arms

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Ge. 48. 11, .5.

Psa. xx. 5.

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SECTION LXXV.- JESUS ANSWERS A RICH YOUNG RULER. THE DANGER OF

RICHES. PROMISE TO THE TWELVE, ETC. Matthew xix. 16–30. Mark x. 17-31. Luke xviii. 18—30. In Peræa. pp. 223--.30. No. 75.—[Lesson 69.]-Jesus answers the question of a rich young ruler, regarding what

he should do to inherit eternal life. Matt. xix. 16-22. Mark x. 17-22. Luke xviii. 18-23. pp. 223—..6. 'Good Master, what good thing shall I do,' &c. 19. 16 10.17 18. 18

(Lu. 10. 25-.8.] Jesus asks why he calls him good'

- 17

Mi. 6. 8; 1 Tim. 3. 16. Keep the commandments'

17 The ruler asks, 'Which?'

18 Jesus directs to the second table of the law 18,9 19

20

Ex. 20.12-7; Rom. 13.9. The ruler asks, 'What lack I yet?'

20
20 21

1 Jno. 1. 8. Call to follow the Saviour

21
21
22

- 2. 15; 4. 9-17. The ruler wanting in the one thing needful. 22

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23 Jesus takes occasion, from the example of this young man, to speak of the danger of

riches, as hindering an entrance into the kingdom of heaven. Peter, in the name of the apostles, inquires what should be their portion who had forsaken all to follow him.

Matt. xix. 23–30. Mark x. 23–31. Luke xviii. 24–30. pp. 226-.30.
The rich shall hardly enter the kingdom

19. 23 10.23
18.24

I Ti. 6.8, 9.
That trust in riches... easier for a camel, &c. 24 - 24, .5 25

Pg. 49. 6, 11, .2, 16-20; 'Who then can be saved?'

25
26
26

(1 Ti. 6. 17. Things imposs. with men, possible with God 26

27 - 27

Je. 32.17,.8; Rom.8.3,4. Peter says, ' We have left all,' &c.

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28

28 Jesus gives a special promise to the twelve

Rev. 20. 4; 2. 26.
Promise to the disciples generally.

29
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29, 30

Ps. 37. 16; Is. 61. 7.
The first shall be last; and the last ... first; 30 - 31 (13. 30)

Ac. 13. 46.

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SOME TRUST IN CHARIOTS, AND SOME IN HORSES: BUT WE WILL REMEMBER THE NAME OF THE LORD OUR GOD.-Psa. xx. 7.

SECTION LXXVI.--PARABLE OF THE LABOURERS HIRED.

Matthew xx. 1-16. pp. 230—..3.

No. 76.—[Lesson 70.]-In Perea, opposite Jericho.
The first hired at a penny a day

20. 1, 2
[10. 2]

Rev. 6. 6.
Those at the third hour on terms of free grace – 3,4

Pr. 19. 15; He 6. 10. Those at the 6th, 9th, and Ilth hour the same - 5-7

He. 6. 12. At evening the last are made first.

8,9 Those first hired begin to murmur

10-2 The householder vindicates his conduct

13,.4

[17. 2) Rom. 9. 21. Is thine eye evil, because I am good ?

15

De. 15. 9; Pr. 23. 6. So the last shall be first, and the first last' 16 [10. 31

Mt. 19.30; 8.11, 2; 22.14.

WE WILL REJOICE IN THY SALVATION, AND IN THE NAME OF OUR GOD WE WILL SET UP OUR BANNERS:

13. 30)

SECTION LXXVII.-Jesus A THIRD TIME PREDICTS HIS SUFFERINGS, ETC. HE

ANSWERS THE TWO SONS OF ZEBEDEE, AND SHEWS HOW POWER IS TO BE EXER-
CISED IN THE KINGDOM.—Matthew xx. 17–28. Mark x. 32–45. Luke xviii. 31—.4.

West of Jordan, near the ford opposite Jericho. pp. 234–..9.
No. 77.- Lesson 71.]Jesus enters Judæa; and a third time predicts to his disciples the

circumstances of his sufferings and death. Matt. xx. 174.9. Mark x. 32-.4. Luke xviii. 31--4. pp. 235, ..6. Jesus predicts his death, &c., the third time 20. 17-.9 10.32-.4 18.31-.3

Is. 53. 5; Ac. 3. 18. The import of the saying hid from the twelve

[9. 32] - 34 James and John, with Salome, their mother, petition Jesus for the privilege of sitting on

his right hand and on his left in his kingdom: the ten being offended thereby, Jesus ad

dresses a discourse to them all in common.--Matt. xx.20—.8. Mark x.35–45. pp. 237—,.9. Request of the mother of Zebedee's children 20. 20, .1 10.35-7

1 Ki. 22. 19. (8. 17. Jesus' reply to James and John (Mt.26.39 42) — 22, .3 38-40

Ac.12.2; Rev.1.9; Rom. Jesus forbids his disciples to exercise domin. - 24-.6 41-.3 [22. 24]

1 Pe. 5. 3. The leader to be the servant of all.

27 -41 - 26

I Co. 9. 19. Christ our example.

- 28 -45 (- 27 13.4,5,14) Is.53.10, 1 ; Da.9.21.6;

(1 Ti. 2.6; Tit. 2. 14. SECTION LXXVIII.-As Jesus IS APPROACHING JERICHO, HE HEALS A BLIND

MAN.-Luke xviii. 35–43. pp. 240, ..).

No. 78.- [Lesson 72, Sects. lxxviii., lxxix.]-East of Jericho. Jesus heals a blind man

(20. 29-34 10. 46-52] 18.35-42 The man follows Jesus, giorifying God

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- 52) -43
THE LORD FULFIL ALL THY PETITIONS.-Psa. xx. 5.

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