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home before the Sabbath began, to pre-
continue to sit opposite the Sepulchre,
till it is too late to prepare their Spices.
Priests prepare a Guard of Soldiers to
watch the Sepulchre.
lene, the other Mary, and Salome,
dalene, the other Mary, and Salome, Mark xvi. part
Jo. xx. pt. of v.1.
fore their arrival at the Sepulchre, Christ
rises from the dead.
Salome, arrive at the Sepulchre, and v.2. and v. 3,4.
Joh. xx. pt. v. 1.
and Salome, to tell Peter.
absence of Mary Magdalene, enter the Mark xvi. 5-7.
Disciples that Jesus was risen.
. xxviii. 8.
Mark xvi. 8.
report of Mary Magdalene, hasten to
and John, remains at the Sepulchre
after their departure.
12, 13. & pt.14.
and commands her to inform the Dis- Jo.xx. pt. v. 14.
the Disciples that Christ had risen, John XX. 18.
Mary. Christ appears to the three Wo-
pulclire, report to the High Priests the 15.
Resurrection of Christ.
who had bought their Spices on the
INDEX THE FIRST.
them that Christ was risen, and remind-
ing them of his foretelling this fact.
Luke xxiv. 10.
Luke xxiv. 11.
Luke xxiv. 12.
rusalem, and assure the Disciples that Lu. xxiv.33-35.
Christ had certainly risen.
Thomas only being absent, convinces Joh. xx. 19-23.
body, and blesses them.
Mark xvi. 13.
John xx. 24-25.
Joh. xx. 26-29.
Disciples on a Mountain in Galilee. 17. & pt. v. 18.
His conversation with St. Peter.
lem, and commissions them to convert Acts i. 4, 5.
within sight of Jerusalem, renews their 20.
vom the Ascension of Christ to the Termination of the Period, in which the
Acts ii. 37_42.
order of the Sanhedrit.
X. St. Peter's address to the assembled San- Acts iv. 8-22. Jerusalem.
tion of St. Peter and St. John.
to the end.
Acts v. 1--10.
Acts v. 11-16.
of ver. 21.
asserts before them the Messiahship of 21–33.
Messiahship of Christ, is accused of
blasphemy before the Sanhedrim.
reproaches the Sanhedrim as the Mur-
derers of their Messiah.
1 and 2.
which Saul, afterwards St. Paul, parti- v. 1. and v. 3.
cularly distinguished himself.
account of the persecution, goes to Sa-
Jerusalem to Samaria, to confer the
XXVII. St. Peter reproves Simon Magus. Acts viii. 18-24. Samaria.
villages of the Samaritans.
selyte of Righteousness, is converted to the end.
preaches through the cities of Judea.
Jews in the provinces.
to the Religion he was opposing, on
Acts ix. 10-19. Damascus.
XXXIV. St. Peter having preached through Judea, Acts ix. 32, to Palestine,
comes to Lydda, where he cures Æneas, the end.
and raises Dorcas from the dead.
in consequence of the conversion of Saul,
The Gospel having now been preached to the Jews in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria,
and the Provinces, the time arrives for the Conversion of the devout Gentiles,
I. St. Peter sees a Vision, in which he is Acts x. 1–17. (Cesarea and| 4753
viour of all, even of the Gentiles who
believe in him.
he takes with him to Antioch, where the
of John to death, and imprisons Peter, and part v. 19.
had been made Bishop of Jerusalem.
Acts xii. pt. v. Cesarea.
19, and 20-23.
I. The Apostles having been absent from Je-Acts xiii. 1-3, Antioch. 475845
rusalem when Saul saw his Vision in the
Church at Antioch.
mences his first apostolical journey, by of ver. 4.
going from Antioch to Seleucia.
Cyprus where Sergius Paulus is con- of ver. 4.to 13. Paphos.
out of Antioch.
part of ver. 6.
tempt to offer them sacrifice, and after- and pt. v. 20.
wards stone them.
Acts xiv. lastpt.
6. and v. 7.
account of their proceedings to the the end.
Church in that place.
cision, before the commencement of St.
Paul's second apostolical journey.
to consult the Apostles and Elders ; de-
at Antioch, with the decree of the