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38 The Widow's Son is raised from the dead at Nain

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39 Jesus' Anster to the Disciples sent by John the Baptist

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40 Jesus' Reflections in consequence of his Appeal to his mighty

Works

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41 A woman, who had been a sinner, is publicly re-assured of

forgiveness, by Jesus, sitting at meat with a Pharisee 73

42 Jesus during his second Çircuit through Galilee heals a

demoniac; and the Scribes and Pharisees blaspheme the

Holy Spirit

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43 The Scribes and Pharisees are reproved for secking a sign:"76

4.4 Who are truly blessed

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45 Jesus regards his disciples as his nearest relations

ib.

46 Jesus, sitting at meat with a Pharisce, denounces woes

against the Pharisecs, Scribes, and Teachers of the law 79

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66 Jesus' discourse with the Pharisees and Scribes, and with

his disciples, about eating with unwashen hands

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67 Jesus heals the daughter of a Syrophenician woman 117

68 Jesus restores a person to hearing and speech

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69 Jesus feeds more than four thousand with seven 'luaces

and a few small fishes

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70 The Pharisees and Sadducees again ask a sign from heaven 119

71 The Disciples are cautioned against the leaven of the Phari-

sees, and Sadducees

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72 Jesus restores a blind man to sight near Bethsaida

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73 Peter repeats his confession that Jesus was the Christ

ib.

74 Jesus plainly foretels his sufferings and resurrection, rebukes
Peter, and exhorts all to self-den al

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75 Jesus' transfiguration : his discourse with the three disciples

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76 Jesus casts out a dumb and deaf spirit

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77 Jesus again foretels his sufferings and resurrection,

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78 Jesus works a miracle to pay the tribute money

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79 The disciples contend who shall be the greatest. Jesus' conduct

and discourse on that occasion

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80 The Seventy Disciples are instructed and sent out

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81 Jesus goes to Jerusalem at the feast of tabernacles. His

conduct and discourses during the feast

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82 A woman taken in adultery is brought before Jesus

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83 Jesus discourses with the Scribes and Pharisees, with those who

believed in him, and with the unbelieving Jews

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84 Jesus restores to sight one blind from his birth. The consequence

of this miracle

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85 The Seventy return

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86 A teacher of the law is instructed how to attain eternal life 151

87 The Disciples are again taught how to pray

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88 Jesus restores a woman who had been boued down for eighteen years 153

89 Jesus replies to the question, Are there few that be saved ? 155

90 The transactions when our Lord eat bread with a chief Pharisee

on the Sabbath day

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91 Jesus states to the multitude the difficulties attending a profes-

sion of his religion

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92 Jesus defends himself against the Pharisees and Scribes, for

instructing Publicans and Sinners

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93 Jesus instructs his disciples by the parable of the unjust Steward.

The Pharisees are reproced

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94 Jesus further instructs his disciples

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95 The Samaritans will not receive Jesus. James and John are

reproved for their zeal against then

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96 Jesus cleanseth ten lepers

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97 The Pharisees ask when the kingdom of God should come.

Our Lord's answer

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98 Jesus speaks a parable to his disciples, and another to certain

men, uho trusted in themselves that they were righteous 171

99 Jesus is received into Martha's house

172

100 Jesus keeps the feast of Dedication at Jerusalem

173

101 Jesus goes again to Bethabara, after the feast of Dedication

und remains there till a fit occasion calls him into Judea 174

102 Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. The consequences of

this miracle

175

105 Jesus enters Judea. The Pharisees question him about a divorce 179

104 Jesus lays his hands on young children, and blesses them 180

105 Jesus' discourse in consequence of being asked by a rich man

huro he should attain eternal life

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