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OF THE FOUR EVANGELISTS,
IN THE WORDS OF THE AUTHORIZED VERSION, ACCORDING TO GRESWELL'S
PRACTICAL REFLECTIONS; GEOGRAPHICAL NOTICES, ETC.
COMPILED BY ROBERT MIMPRISS,
AUTHOR OF THE SYSTEM OF GRADUATED SIMULTANEOUS INSTRUCTION;'
CHRIST AN EXAMPLE FOR THE YOUNG, ETC., ETC.
“Our God now calls for all consideration in the study of his word, that so it may be seen
in its beauty, and felt in its power.”
LONDON: THOMAS VARTY,
10169. e. 5.
THE TREASURY HARMONY
OF OUR LORD'S LIFE,
FROM THE END OF THE SECOND YEAR OF THE MINISTRY OF JESUS
CHRIST, TO HIS ASCENSION INTO HEAVEN.
GOD IS ABLE TO MAKE ALL GRACE ABOUND TOWARD YOU; THAT YE, ALWAYS
HAVING ALL SUFFICIENCY IN ALL THINGS, MAY ABOUND TO EVERY GOOD WORK :-2 Cor. ix. 8.
“TO THE ONLY WISE GOD OUR SAVIOUR, BE GLORY AND MAJESTY, DOMINION AND POWER, BOTH NOW AND EVER. AMEN."-JUDE, ver. 25.
I SAY UNTO ALL, WATCH.-Mark xiii. 37.
BE YE NOT UNEQUALLY YOKED TOGETHER WITH UNBELIEVERS: FOR WHAT FELLOWSHIP HATH RIGHTEOUSNESS
Matt. xxvi. 13, 281, pp. 254, ..5, :.7.. and how Peter used them, Matt. xvi.
& ib., pp. 47–50.
LIBERTY TO DO GOOD.-See on the disciples
forbidding those who followed not
with them, Mark ix. 38, .9,8 52, p. 76.
MARY.-Saluted by the angel, Luke i. 28,
| 2, p. 9.-And see Addenda, 91, p.
469, on Mary the mother of Jesus.'
Rejoices in God her Saviour, Luke i. 47,
02, p. 11.-Joseph takes her to wife,
Matt. i. 24, .5, 8 2, p. 14.-Jesus (not
Mary) the subject of the angels' song,
Luke ii. 10—4, 24, p. 20; and of the
wise men's inquiry, Matt. ii. 1, 2,2 5,
p. 31.-Comp. also ver. 11, p. 33.
Jesus' answer to her at the marriage in
Cana, John ii. 4,2 11, p. 77.
Her blessedness came not by her rela-
tion to Christ according to the flesh,
but was partaken of by her in com-
mon with all who hear the word of
God, and keep it.' So Jesus' reply to
the woman who cried, 'Blessed is the
womb that bare thee,' Luke xi. 27,.8,
8 62, p. 154.
MEATS.-See on what defileth, Matt. xv.
11, &c., 244, p. 8.
Ở 27, p. 213.-See on his three names,
p. 206.-His supremacy over the be-
17,2 53, p. 83.-The dilemma in which our Lord, John xxi. 20—3, 297, pp.
ample of, ineffectual, Luke xvi. 24, .5,
2 69, p. 201.
Rock.-See description of him who builds
thereupon, Matt. vii. 24, .5, & 19, p.
141; Luke vi. 47, .8, 827, p. 210.-
And see Addenda, & ib., pp. 215–..7.
Christ, not Peter, is the Rock upon
which the church of God is built,
Matt. xvi. 18, 2 50, p. 38.
John v. 39, 8 23, p. 180.- Opposition
their sufficiency, Luke xvi. 29, 30, 2 69,
man pope, Matt. xxiii. 9, 885, p. 314. ciples that they may receive light upon
them from those who are able to give
it, though they may be otherwise un-
known to them, Luke xxiv. 25,.6,2 94,
SUFFERINGS OF CHRIST.-Scripture doc-
trine concerning them, 2 50, p. 46.
TEACHERS from God not to be known by
their commission from man, but by
140.—Make the tree good, and his
fruit good,' Matt. xii. 33, 231, p. 237.
man boastful of his own good works, WORKS.-None of supererogation, Luke
xvii. 10, 270, p. 208.
WITH UNRIGHTEOUSNESS ? AND WHAT COMMUNION HATH LIGHT WITH DARKNESS ?-2 Cor. vi. 14.
ANALYTICAL AND HISTORICAL TABLE.
PART IV. MATTHEW XV.—XXVII. MARK VII.-XV. LUKE IX. 18—XXIII.
ARRANGED IN THE ORDER OF TIME.
Comprehending the Space of Twelve Months; viz., from the End of the Second Year of the Ministry of Jesus Christ, U.C. 782, A.D. 29 (Ineunte), to the End of the Third Year of the same, U.C. 783, A.D. 30 (Ineuntem).
SECTION XLIV.-OY UNWASHEN HANDS, OR CEREMONIAL AND REAL DEFILEMENT.
Matthew xv. 1–20. Mark vii. 1—23. At Capernaum. pp. 3—12. No. 44.-[Lesson 43.)Jesus defends his disciples against the complaints of the Pharisees,
that they did not observe the tradition of the elders in washing their hands before they ate bread.-Matt. xv. 1–20. Mark vii. 1-23. pp. 3-11.
MATT MARK. LUKE. JOAN. ILLUSTRATIONS.
Col. 2. 8, 20-.3.
Ex. 20. 12. Worship taught by tradition vain, .
Is. 29. 13. What defileth a mani
. - 10,1 - 14-.6 heine offended.
Ac. 10. 15; Rom. 14. Jesus' reply on the Pharisees being offended.
(14.7; 1 Ti. 4. 4. * Blind leaders of the blind,' &c. (Mt. 23. 16)
Is. 9. 16; Mal. 2.8. Jesus explains ver. 10,.1, What defileth,' &c. - 15-20 - 17-23
Je. 17. 9; Ga. 5. 19-21.
LET NO MAN BRGUILE YOU OP YOUR REWARD IN A VOLUNTARY HUMILITY AND WORSHIPPING OF ANGELS,
SECTION XLV.-A CANAANITISH WOMAN'S DAUGHTER HEALED. Matthew xv.21–.8. Mark vii. 24-30. The coasts of Tyre and Sidon. pp. 12–23. No. 45.-[Lesson 44.)Jesus visits the quarter of Tyre and Sidon : he heals the daughter
of a Syro-Phænician woman who was possessed with a devil.
Matt. xv. 21-8. Mark vii. 24-30. pp. 124.6. Jesus departs into the coasts of Tyre & Sidon 15.21 7. 24
Iki. 5. 1-12. A woman of Canaan beseeches him ..
- (18. 38, 9) Her apparently unfavourable reception - 23 Christ sent to the lost sheep of the ho. of Isr.
[Mt. 10. 6.) The woman continues to follow Jesus. . - 25 Is a Greek, a Syro-Phænician by nation
Ac. 6. ). Further trial of her spirit . . . - 26
[Mt. 7. 6.) She accepts mercy upon any terms .
Lu. 15. 19.
INTRUDING INTO THOSE THINGS WHICH HE HATH NOT SEEN, VAINLY PUFFED UP BY HIS FLESHLY MIND,-Col. ii. 18.
SECTION XLVI.-FOUR THOUSAND MEN, ETC., FED
Matthew xv. 29–38. Mark vii. 31-viii. 9. In Decapolis. pp. 24-7. No. 46.- Lesson 45.3-Jesus returns to the neighbourhood of Bethsaida, on the lake of
Galilee, through the coasts of Decapolis : he heals a deaf man who had an impediment in his speech : and performs miracles of sundry kinds. Four thousand men, beside women and children, are fed with seven loaves of bread and a few fishes.-Matt. xv. 29–38. Mark vii. 31-viii. 9. pp. 24 .7.-(Comp. Sect. xl. Vol. I. p. 309.)
Jesus heals a deaf man who had an impediment in his speech.
Matt. xv. 20. Mark vii. 31-7. p. 24.
31 Heals a deaf man. Ephphatha'. :
1s. 29. 18. Jesus performs miracles of sundry kinds.-Matt. xv. 29–31. p. 25. Goes up into a mountain.
15. 29 Heals the la., blind, dumb, maim., (Mt.10.1, 8] – 30 -- -- -- Is. 35. 5. 6: Lu. 7. 22. The mult. glorify the God of Isra. [- 9.8] - 31
[7. 16] Four thousand men, beside women and children, are fed with seven loaves of bread and a
few small fishes. On the same locality where the former instance of miraculous feeding
took place.-Matt. xv. 324.8. Mark viii. 1-9. pp. 26, .7.
(Mt. 14. 20
[9.17 6. 12, .3] The number fed . .
WALK YE IN HIM:-Col. ii. 6.