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Siloam, or Siloah, iii. 331, 337; | Sower, the parable of the, ii. 189–
the fall of the tower in, iii. 203.
Simeon, the aged, i. 328, 400.
Simon of Cyrene compelled to bear
the cross after Jesus, iv. 374.
Simon the leper, iii. 87, iv. 27.
Simon Peter.-See Peter.
Simon the Pharisee invites Jesus to
dine, the scene which occurred
in his house, iii. 83-87, vi. 126.
Simon Zelotes, iii. 52.
Simon's wife's mother cured of a
fever by Jesus, ii. 372, v. 424.
Sin, the consequences of viewing the
first, as necessary to man's spiritual
development, i. 66; and suffering,
connected, ii. 123, 124, iii. 23, iv.
147; the heaviest curse of, v. 29;
Jesus challenges His enemies to
convince Him of, iii. 320; Jesus
brought into contact with, iv.
Sixth hour, the, iv. 365.
Skull, the place of a, iv. 371.
Socrates and Jesus, the death of,
compared, iv. 283.
Soldiers, the Roman, mock Jesus, iv.
356; divide the raiment of Jesus
among them, 390.
Solomon, the Pool of, iii. 129.
Son, the, how he knows not the day
nor the hour, iv. 125; known
through the Father, iii. 420.
Son of David, iv. 85, v. 378.
Son of God, the, i. 33; Jesus vindi-
cates for Himself the title of, iii.
437; how He suffered death; iv.
410; how He could feel Himself
forsaken by God, 411.
Son of man, the, Jesus Christ is, i.
33; the title assumed by Jesus, ii.
74; the coming of, in His king-
dom, iii. 247; the lifting up of,
311; the idea of the God-man
realized in, v. 210.
Son of Perdition, the, iv. 247.
Song, the, of Mary, i. 370; and of
Hannah, compared, 371.
Sons, the parable of the two, ii. 248,
iv. 66, v. 272.
Sons of God, v. 176.
Sons of thunder, iii. 49.
Sorrow, pure and holy, the root of
the new life, ii. 394; turned into
joy, iv. 232.
Soul, the loss of the, iii. 245.
192, v. 313, 314, vi. 12, 13, 128.
Sowing and reaping, ii. 348.
Spear-thrust, the, given to Jesus on
the cross, v. 3, vi. 424.
Spinosa, his system, i. 137.
Spirit, the, i. 111; the baptism of,
ii. 17; born of, 310; the opera-
tions of, 311; of truth, iv. 199;
guides into all truth, 227; glori-
fies Christ, 228; His work in the
world, v. 223; the personality of,
Spirit, God a, v. 142.
Spirit of infirmity, iii. 204.
Spirit-world, the, Christ's entrance
into, v. 30; His influence in, 31;
a state of longing, waiting, and for-
mation, 31; Christ preaches the
Gospel in, 32.
Spirit-world, the fallen, its action
upon the first human world, ii. 43,
Spiritual life of mankind, the, i. 112.
Spiritualism, iv. 134; anti-Judaical,
ii. 49; spurious, iv. 228.
Spirits, fallen, the position of, ii. 42.
Spitting in the face, iv. 306.
Spittle, used by Jesus in healing, ii.
Staff, the travellers', iii. 63, note.
Star, the, of the wise men, i. 389,
etc., 392, v. 237.
Stater, the, iv. 35, note.
Steward, the parable of the unjust,
vi. 178, 179.
Stone, the, which the builders re-
jected, iv. 67.
Stone, the, of the sepulchre of Jesus
sealed, v. 18; the women find it
rolled away from the door of the
sepulchre, 44, 45.
Stoning the rabbinical punishment
of plucking ears of corn on the
Sabbath-day, iii. 165.
Storm, the miracle of calming the, ii.
144, iii. 10, v. 281; another in-
stance, iii. 139, v. 325, vi. 132.
Strait gate, the, iii. 320.
Stretching out the hands, v. 99.
Submission to God the soul of sacri-
fice, v. 28.
Sun, the, in its relation to the eye,
as illustrative of the influence of
Christ, i. 96.
Sunday and the Sabbath, iv. 26.
Sunday evening, the first, v. 77; the
Supper, the Lord's, i. 94; its con-
nection with the Passover, 202.—
See Lord's Supper.
Swearing by the temple, iv. 90.
Sweat, bloody, iv. 269.
Swine, casting pearls before, iii. 430,
Swine, the herd of, entered by de-
mons, iii. 14, v. 282, vi. 133.
Swords, iv. 186; the two, 187.
Sychar, ii. 337, 338.
Symbols, the world full of, ii. 177.
Sympathies and antipathies, im-
portance of the development of
the doctrine of, ii. 38.
Synagogue, the, services of the, ii.
357, 358; of Nazareth, Jesus cast
out of, 361.
Synoptists, the, and John, their dif-
ferent yet agreeing modes of re-
presenting Christ, i. 123, etc.
Syrophenician woman, the, iii. 212.
Tabernacles, the feast of, iii. 276-
287, vi. 321; ceremony of drawing
water at, and import of the cere-
mony, iii. 277, 289; appearance
of Jesus at, 279; Plutarch quoted
respecting, 287; the last day of,
288, vi. 321; the proclamation of
Jesus on the last day of, iii. 291;
lights at, 302, note.
Tabor, Mount, the scene of the trans-
figuration of Christ, iii. 251; the
scene of the final meeting of Jesus
with His disciples after His resur-
rection, v. 109.
Talent, the, ii. 238.
Talents, the ten thousand, v. 350,
Talents, the parable of the, ii. 237,
Talmud, the, exalts rabbinical insti-
tutions above the law, i. 221.
Talmudism forced to bear witness to
the history of Christ, i. 109; its
dead formalism, 109.
Talmudists, the proceedings of the, in
regard to the Old Testament and
the New, i. 106.
Tamar in the genealogy of Christ, v.
Tares, the parable of the, ii. 191-
196, v. 315, 316, 317, 318.
Tatian, his testimony to the four
Gospels, i. 165.
Tax, the temple, iii. 353.
Taxing, the, decreed by Augustus, i.
Teacher, the, a mediator, ii. 172.
Teaching, the, of Christ, ii. 172;
three modes of, 173, etc.
Tears, the, of Jesus wept over Jeru-
salem, iv. 47, vi. 206.
Temple, the, the purification of, by
Jesus (see Purification); destroy-
ing the, ii. 305; absence of foun-
tains and cisterns in, the signifi-
cance of this, iii. 290, 291; the
immense stones and great beauty
of, iv. 99; controversy of Jesus with
the scribes and Pharisees in, v. 371,
vi. 207; the last days of Jesus in,
iv. 54, vi. 216.
Temple, the vail of the, rent, iv. 25.
Temptation, prayer to be delivered
from, ii. 421.
Temptation, the, of Jesus in the wil-
derness, ii. 47-70, v. 246-250;
two stadia in, 55; not internal, 55–
57; first assault, ii. 60, v. 247;
second assault, ii. 62, v. 248; third
assault, ii. 64, v. 249; various in-
terpretations of, 66-68; chrono-
logical difficulties connected with,
ii. 69; order of, in Luke, vi. 97.
Tempter, the, ii. 38-45; how he ap-
peared to and approached Jesus,
Tenth hour, the, 289.
Tertullian, his testimony to the four
Gospels, i. 170.
Thaddeus the apostle, iii. 51.
Theocracy, the, to be regarded under
three principal forms, i. 107, etc.
Theophanies, i. 330.
Theophilus of Antioch, his testimony
to the four Gospels, i. 167.
Thieves, the two, crucified with Jesus,
iv. 378; revile Jesus, 396; one of,
Thieves and robbers, iii. 345.
Thirst, Jesus complains of, iv. 415;
the significance of the fact, 416-
Thirty pieces of silver, the traitor's
reward, iv. 34, v. 402.
Thomas the apostle called, iii. 8, etc.;
his character, 50, 51; knows not
whither Jesus goes, iv. 193; his
unbelief, v. 85, vi. 438-440; not
so unbelieving as heappeared to be,
v. 86; his unbelief reproved and
removed, 87-89; a sign, 90, 91.
Thorns, Jesus crowned with, iv. 357.
Threefoldness of God, the, v. 168,
Throne, the princely, of Jesus, v.
Time and space, i. 58; the idolatry
of, 59; man's relations to, 63.
Times and seasons put in the Father's
power, v. 148.
Toleration the will of Christ, ii. 195.
Tradition, ecclesiastical, in reference
to the four Gospels, i. 165–174.
Traditions of the elders, iii. 206, 207,
v. 327, vi. 28.
Traducianism, i. 362, note.
Tragedy, recognises the meaning of
sin, i. 115, 116.
Traitor, the, iv. 168; the woe rest-
ing on, 169.
Transfiguration, the, of Christ, iii.
251, etc., v. 338, vi. 141; what
object Jesus had in binding His
disciples to secrecy as to, iii. 257;
different way of viewing the nar-
rative of the, 261, etc.
Transfiguration, the mount of, i. 317,
vi. 34, 35.
Transmigration of souls, iii. 141; not
held by the Jews, 328.
Transubstantiation, iv. 178.
Treasure, the, hid in a field, the
parable of the, ii. 198, v. 318, 319.
Treasures, laying up, ii. 426.
Treasury, of the temple, Jesus in the,
iii. 306, iv. 97, 98.
Tribute, is it lawful to pay, to Cæsar?
iv. 70, v. 375, vi. 209.
Tribute-money, the miracle of the, ii.
147, iii. 353, v. 344.
Trinity, the, v. 168, 169.
Truth, the, iv. 199; sanctified through,
iv. 249; and grace, through Christ,
Truth, and simplicity, the spirit of,
Truth, historical, its peculiar nature,
i. 162, 163.
Twelve, the, chosen, iii. 43, 58–60;
the mission of, 60, etc.; the ap-
pearance of Jesus to, after His
resurrection, v. 84.
Unbelief, the logical absurdity to
which it has advanced in modern
times, i. 26.
Uncharitableness, ii. 406.
Unclean spirit, the parable of the,
iii. 183, v. 310; the man with the,
in the synagogue of Nazareth, ii.
Undecided followers of Christ, warn-
ings to, iii. 383.
Union, the, between God and man,
Unity, and variety, in the kingdom
of Christ, i. 53; of the Church, v.
161; Christ's prayer for, iv. 251.
Unity, of Gospel history, the, i. 240;
of the Gospels, v. 201.
Universal, the, and the individual, i.
Unjust judge, the parable of the, ii.
211, vi. 188.
Unjust steward, the parable of the,
ii. 214, vi. 178, 179.
Unmerciful servant, the parable of
the, ii. 222.
Upper room, the, in Jerusalem, v.
Urim and Thummim, iii. 484.
Vail of the temple, the, rent in twain,
iv. 425, 433.
Variety and unity in the kingdom of
Christ, i. 53.
Veronica, St, iii. 41.
Via dolorosa, the, iv. 370.
Victory, the, of Jesus, over the
tempter, ii. 65; over death, v. 122;
in His resurrection, 413.
Vine, rearing the, in the East, iv.
Vine, Christ the true, iv. 207, vi.
Vine, the parable of the, iv. 206, etc.
Vinedressers, the parable of the re-
bellious, iv. 67, v. 373.
Vinegar, mingled with gall, given to
Jesus on the cross, iv. 383.
Vineyard, the parable of the labourers
in the, ii. 227.
Violent, the, who take the kingdom
of heaven by force, iii. 110.
Virgin, the conceiving, of Isaiah, i.
Virgin, the fountain of the, iii. 129.
Virgin Mary, the.-See Mary, the
Virgin-born heroes, the, of Paganism, | Wicked, the, have to do with God as
i. 115; dreams respecting, types of
the Coming One, 361, etc.
Virgins, the parable of the ten, ii.
250, v. 390.
Voice from heaven, the, to Jesus at
His baptism, ii. 26, 30, vi. 93; a
second, on the mount of transfi-
guration, iii. 55; a third, in the
temple, iv. 58-60.
Voice, the, of one crying in the wil-
derness, ii. 272.
Walking on the water, the miracle
of, ii. 122, iii. 139.
Washing the disciples' feet, performed
by Jesus, iv. 158, vi. 370; Peter
objects to, iv. 160; symbolical im-
port of, 161; lesson taught by,
161, 162, vi. 371, 372.
Washing the hands, the symbolic im-
port of, v. 365.
Washing the hands before meals,
practised by the Pharisees and
other Jews, iii. 186, 187, 200, vi.
Washings, the many, practised by the
Jews, iii. 206.
Watch, the duty of the disciples to,
iv. 129, 131, v. 389.
Watch, the, of Roman soldiers, set
over the tomb of Jesus, v. 19; the
return of, to the city, 67; bribed
by the chief priests, 68, 69, v.
Water, turned into wine at the mar-
riage of Cana, ii. 139.
Water, the ceremony of drawing, at
the feast of Tabernacles, iii. 277.
Water, born of, ii. 310.
Water, the living, given by Christ,
ii. 341, etc.; promised,-its three
properties, iii. 291, vi. 289.
Water and blood, the, which flowed
from the side of Jesus, v. 3, 5, 21.
Way, Christ the, iv. 194.
Way of the sea, the, ii. 370.
Ways, the two, ii. 429.
Wedding feast, the parable of the, ii.
Wedding garment, the, ii. 246.
Well, Jacob's, ii. 339.
Wells, holy, iii. 118.
Wells of salvation, iii. 379.
White robe, Jesus arrayed in a, by
Herod, iv. 349.
much as the good, i. 29.
Wicked husbandmen, the parable of
the, ii. 249.
Widow's two mites, the, iv. 97, 98.
Wilderness, the, the battle-field of
Jesus and the tempter, ii. 47.
Wilderness of Judea, the, ii. 3.
Wine, new, not to be put into old
bottles, vi. 109; medicated, offered
to Jesus on the cross, iv. 382.
Wines, the, of the ancients, ii. 296.
Wise men.-See Magi.
Wise as serpents, iii. 68.
Wives, Roman statesmen prohibited
taking their, into their provinces,
Wolf, the, iii. 346.
Wolfenbüttel Fragmentist, the, his
objection to the resurrection of
Jesus, answered, iv. 63-67.
Wolves, the disciples sent forth as
sheep among, v. 292.
Woman, the, with the issue of blood,
iii. 39, 41, v. 385, vi. 18, 19, 135.
Woman, the, who was a sinner,'
washes and anoints the feet of
Jesus, iii. 83, etc., vi. 126.
Woman, the, who eulogized the
mother of Jesus, iii. 185.
Women, rabbinical notions respect-
ing, ii. 240, 243.
Women, the, who wept and bewailed
Jesus, the address of Jesus to, iv.
375-377; at the cross of Jesus,
376, note, v. 409; present at the
interment of Jesus, v. 14, 15; pro-
ceed to the sepulchre on the first
day of the week, 43; bring the
first tidings of the resurrection of
Jesus, 46, 47; two companies of,
visit the sepulchre, 51; Jesus
Women, the, inserted in the gene-
alogy of Jesus Christ, v. 226.
Wonderful, Christ the, i. 85.
Word, the eternal, v. 167; made
flesh, 177, vi. 271; His glory, v.
179; dwelt among us, 179; eter-
nal relation of, to God, 266; eter-
nal relation of, to the world, 267.
Words of Jesus, the, iv. 145; the
seven last, vi. 422.
and symbols, ii. 177; outlines of
the course of, iv. 108; the christo-
logical side of, 108; the cosmolo-
gical side of, 109; the end of, 119;
the Christian doctrine of the end
of, 121, etc. See also. v. 384, etc.,
World, the judgment of the, and the
prince of the, cast out, iv. 60–62;
the prince of, judged, 225, 226; its
hatred of Christ, 213, 214; its
guilt, 214; the work of the Spirit
in relation to, 223, etc.; Christ's
threefold renunciation of the, 251.
World, the pre-human spiritual, ii.
Worm, the, that dieth not, iii. 361.
Worship in spirit, ii. 346.
Wrath of God, did Jesus bear the?
Writing with the finger on the
ground, meaning of the act, iv. 74.
Yoke, the, of Jesus, iii. 409.
Young man, the, with the linen gar-
ment, iv. 304.
Zaccheus, iv. 16, 17, vi. 202.
Zacharias, slain between the temple
and the altar, iii. 200, 201.
Zacharias, and Elisabeth, the sorrow
of, at having no child, i. 328; ap-
pearance of Gabriel to, 346; his
unbelief, 347; the punishment of
his unbelief, 340-350; his song of
praise on the birth of his son, 373.
See further, vi. 80.
Zeal, religious, ii. 194.
Zealots, the, iii. 52.
Zebedee, the sons of, called by Christ,
iii. 45, etc., 49, v. 252; their fiery
zeal, iii. 401, 402; the request of
their mother for, and reply of
Jesus, iv. 7-9; indignation of the
ten at, 10. See also v. 364, vi. 45,
Zedekiah, why omitted from the ge-
nealogy of Christ, v. 227, note.
MURRAY AND GIBB, PRINTERS, EDINBURGH.