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LECTURE LIX.-xi. 41-44.
Jesus recalls Lazarus to life. Emblem of the GENERAL RESUR-
LECTURE LX.-si. 45–57.
COUNSEL OF CALAPHAS that Jesus should be put to death.
LECTURE LXI.-xii. 1-. 8.
Mary anoints the feet of Jesus. SIGN OF her love.
LECTURE LXII.-xii. 9-19.
Jesus enters Jerusalem in TRIUMPH. Jealousy of the Pharisees.
LECTURE LXIII.-xii. 20_33,
Jesus intimates that his crucifixion is at band, and shall DRAW
ALL MEN TO HIM.
Lecture LXIV.-xii. 34–43.
The hearts of the Jews HARDENED THROUGH UNBELIEF.
LECTURE LXV.-xii. 44-50.
Christ sent to be the LIGHT OF THE WORLD.
LECTURE LXVI.-xiii. 1 11.
Jesus, washing his disciples' feet, shows the necessity of being
CLEANSED BY HIM FROM SIN,
LECTURE LXVII.-- xiii. 12_30.
The apostles exhorted to MUTUAL CONDESCENSION. Warned
that one amongst them is a traitor.
LECTURE LXVIII.-xiii. 31-38.
The apostles exhorted to MUTUAL love, after the departure of
LECTURE LXIX.-xiv. 1-14.
Jesus comforts the apostles, declaring to them his UNION WITH
LECTURE LXX.-xiv. 15–17.
Jesus encourages the apostles with the promise of a
Lecture LXXI.-xiv. 18.-24.
The presence of God is promised to those who keep the sayings
of Christ. Signs of his presence in the heart.
Lecture LXXII.-xiv. 25--31.
The apostles are consoled with the promise of the Holy Ghost, and
of INWARD PEACE.
Lecture LXXIII.-xv. 1, 2.
Christ the vine. The Father the HUSBANDMAN.
of the BRANCHES.
LECTURE LXXIV.-80. 3-8.
The disciples of Christ represented as
LecTURE LXXV.Xv. 9–16.
The love of Christ towards his apostles, whom he had chosen
AND ORDAINED to bring forth fruit.
LECTURE LXXVI.- xv. 17-27.
The enmity of the Jews towards the apostles foretold.
SOURCES, AND ITS GUILT.
LECTURE LXXVII.-xvi. 1-11.
The apostles are forewarned of opposition, and proinised the aid of
the COMFORTER. His Office.
LECTURE LXXVIII. - xvi. 12–15.
The Holy Ghost promised, to unfold the TRUTHS OF THE
LECTURE LXXIX.-xvi. 16–27.
Jesus, alluding to his removal, assures the apostles of the FA-
THER'S LOVE towards them.
LECTURE LXXX.-xvi. 28 33.
Jesus leaves with the apostles a promise of peace within.
LECTURE LXXXI.-xvii. 1-3.
Intercession of Jesus, for those whom GOD HAD GIVEN HIM. 431
LECTURE LXXXII.-xvii. 4-10.
The intercession of Jesus continued. ITS OBJECTS.
LECTURE LXXXIII.-xvii. 11-13.
Intercession continued. ITS RESULTS.
LECTURE LXXXIV.-svii. 14-16.
Intercession continued, that the apostles may be preserved from
the EVIL OF THE WORLD.
LECTURE LXXXV.-xvii. 17-19.
Intercession continued, that the apostles may be SANCTIFIED
THROUGH THE WORD.
LECTURE LXXXVI._-xvii. 20—23.
Jesus extends his intercession to all who should hereafter believe
in hiin. THEIR BLESSEDNESS.
LECTURE LXXXVII.-xvii. 24–26.
Jesus concludes bis INTERCESSION.
LECTURE LXXXVIII.-xviii. 1—23.
Jesus SURRENDERS himself to the officers and soldiers, and is
brought before the high-priest.
LECTURE LXXXIX.—xviii. 24–40.
Jesus explains to Pilate the NATURE OF HIS KINGDOM.
Lecture XC.-xix. 1-16.
Pilate's LOVE OF THE world leads him to consent to the death
LECTURE XCI.-xix. 17-30.
The crucifixion. The SCHEME OF REDEMPTION accomplished.
LECTURE XCII.-xix. 31–42.
PROPHECY OF ZechaRIAH FULFILLED in the death of Jesus.
LECTURE XCIII.-xx. 1-18.
THE RESURRECTION OF Jesus is male known to his disciples.
LECTURE XCIV.-xx. 19-23.
Christ appears to his apostles, and gives them a commission to
REMIT OR RETAIN SIN.
LECTURE XCV.—xx. 24–30.
The unbelief of Thomas. The BLESSEDNESS OF BELIEVERS
Lecture XCVI.-xxi, 1–17.
Christ appears to his apostles. His particular adDRESS TO Simon.
LECTURE XCVII.-xxi. 18–25.
The martyrdom of Simon foretold, and the protracted life of John.