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167; Schleiermacher's remarks on v. 219; and the Lord's Supper, iv.
175; a sacrifice, 256 ; the custom
first sort, 175; second sort, 176; Paul, his dispute with Barnabas about
inisconceptions of, 50.
of Montanus and of John, i. 198, by his brother Andrew, and sur-
threefold work in the disciples, 202. mother cured of a fever, 372; ob-
draught of fishes, 376; at the head
of the list of the apostles, iii. 47;
ii. 125, iii. 21, etc., v. 282, vi. 107. the water, 139 ; his confession of
him thereon, 230-233, v. 335; re-
death, and is severely reproved, iii.
tion of, according to John,—the mount of transfiguration, iii. 353 ;
his denial of Jesus occurred, 323 ; their wish, 362 ; washes his hands,
Church, 103-105, vi. 447-449. Poor, in spirit, the, ii. 394 ; the out-
Possession, demoniacal, ii. 127, etc.
83; another does the same, 375. Pounds, the parable of the, ii. 232.
Power, the, given to the apostles, v.
306, 307; come to John's baptism, Prayer, the nature of, expounded, ii.
Presence, the, of Jesus with His
amongst the earliest of the disciples Presentation, the, of Jesus in the
Prince of this world, the, cast out,
iv. 60-62 ; judged, 225, 226.
207, vi. 176.
iii. 202 ; causes disturbances by his v. 275, vi. 118.
Pure in heart, the, ii. 397.
iv. 427; the spiritual and bodily,
ii. 398, vi. 278; a second, ii. 302, Resurrection, the, of Jesus, foretold
by Him, iii. 239, 241; Strauss'
necessity of, v. 34; the first tidings
gradually after, 53 ; why Jesus did
not show Himself to His enemies
after His, 54; differences between
account of, v. 58; Matthew's ac-
count of, 59; Luke's account of,
how presented, 61, 62; one of the
most important contradictions in
64; intimation of, brought to the
pearance of Jesus after, in the
245; the second appearance of
Jesus after, v. 85; third appear-
ance of Jesus after, 92; tabular
after, 115, 116, note ; the truth of,
28, 29, 191; extending to angels, the reality of, from the 15th chap-
ter of 1st Corinthians, 117; pledges
ing from the love of God, ii. 318; the disciples against the truth of,
threefold certainty, 121; influence
mockery, as a sceptre, iv. 357, representations of, 124; the cor.
poreity of Jesus after, 126, 134;
tion body of Jesus, 133, 134.
Retaliation, ii. 410.
by the people, iv. 394; by the
ning through the mental life and Reward, the, in the kingdom of God,
Rich man, the, and Lazarus, the par- | Sadducees, the, i. 302, 306, 307, iv.
100; tempt Jesus on the sub-
pulse, iv. 77, v. 376, vi. 32, 209.
Christ's kingdom, iv. 7, v. 364. 332.
396 ; the world convinced of, iv. the ancients, ii. 116.
Salome, the wife of Zebedee, i. 427;
Salome, the daughter of Herodias,
122-124; the corporeity of, 126- iii. 135.
Salt of the earth, the disciples called
Herod, iv. 349; Jesus arrayed in losing its savour, ii. 401, note.
Salted with fire and with salt, iii.
364-366, vi. 40.
Samaritan, Jesus called a, iii. 21.
Samaritan woman, the, Jesus' con-
the reply of Jesus to, iii. 451-453, 288-292; strange coincidence of
her history with that of her nation,
rebukes Jesus for Sabbath-break- through, 350
ing,—the reply of Jesus to, iii. 205. Samaritans, the, i. 311, 322; Messi-
of, believe in Jesus, 350; religious
353; a village of, refuse to receive
Jesus, 400, 401; the disciples in-
to go to, v. 290.
iii. 122 ; the disciples of Jesus ac- to John the Baptist, ii. 268; the
Jesus, iv. 151; carried on more
sittings on the feast-days? 255;
capital cases in the night, but vio-
312; Jesus before, 320.
Satan not to be confounded with 392, etc., v. 258; sets forth Christ's
Ahriman of the Persians, ii. 41; relation to the law, ii. 404; exhi-
as wheat, iv. 182; bound, iii. 204. 424; condemns hypocritical acts,
avarice, 425-429; condemns fana-
to avoid the false way, 431; repe-
people on the mountain plateau,
the Romans, iv. 353, note, 368; of time, v. 254-276.
and effects of a Roman, 356. Serpent, the brazen, lifted up, its
Serpents, wise as, iii. 68.
by Jesus, iv. 87-92, v. 379, etc. applied spiritually, iii. 395.
410; the return of, 415, vi. 146-
schools of, on divorce, iii. 441,
Shechinah, the, iii. 255, v. 179.
Shepherd, the, characteristics of the
true, iii. 342; the good, 345.
birth of Christ announced to, by
to the infant Messiah, i, 385, etc.,
Shoes, travelling, iii. 63, note.
guished from that on the plain, 424.