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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. 192, v. 313, 314, vi. 12, 13, 128.
the cross after Jesus, iv. 374. the cross, v. 3, vi. 424.
Spirit, the, i. 111; the baptism of,
dine,-the scene which occurred tions of, 311; of truth, iv. 199;
in his house, iii. 83-87, vi. 126. guides into all truth, 227; glori-
fies Christ, 228; His work in the
fever by Jesus, ii. 372, v. 424. vi. 407.
first, as necessary to man's spiritual Spirit of infirmity, iii. 204.
upon the first human world, ii. 43,
ii. 49; spurious, iv. 228.
356 ; divide the raiment of Jesus Spitting in the face, iv. 306.
Spittle, used by Jesus in healing, ii.
nor the hour, iv. 125; known Star, the, of the wise men, i. 389,
etc., 392, v. 237.
Stater, the, iv. 35, note.
how He suffered death ; iv. Stone, the, which the builders re-
Stone, the, of the sepulchre of Jesus
33; the title assumed by Jesus, ii. rolled away from the door of the
Sabbath-day, iii. 165.
stance, iii. 139, v. 325, vi. 132.
Stretching out the hands, v. 99.
Submission to God the soul of sacri-
fice, v. 28.
the new life, ii. 394; turned into as illustrative of the influence of
Christ, i. 96.
Sunday evening, the first, v. 77; the | Tatian, his testimony to the four
Gospels, i. 165.
nection with the Passover, 202.— Taxing, the, decreed by Augustus, i.
Teaching, the, of Christ, ii. 172;
Tears, the, of Jesus wept over Jeru-
mons, iii. 14, v. 282, vi. 133. Temple, the, the purification of, by
ing the, ii. 305; absence of foun-
portance of the development of immense stones and great beauty
of, iv.99; controversy of Jesus with
357, 358; of Nazareth, Jesus cast vi. 207 ; the last days of Jesus in,
iv. 54, vi. 216.
presenting Christ, i. 123, etc. from, ii. 421.
derness, ii. 47-70, v. 246-250 ;
287, vi. 321 ; ceremony of drawing 57; first assault, ii. 60, v. 247;
peared to and approached Jesus,
figuration of Christ, iii. 251; the Tenth hour, the, 289.
Thaddeus the apostle, iii. 51.
Theocracy, the, to be regarded under
Theophanies, i. 330.
to the four Gospels, i. 167.
tutions above the law, i. 221. iv. 378; revile Jesus, 396 ; one of,
the history of Christ, i. 109; its Thieves and robbers, iii. 345.
Thirst, Jesus complains of, iv. 415 ;
regard to the Old Testament and 418.
Thirty pieces of silver, the traitor's
Thomas the apostle called, iii. 8, etc.;
whither Jesus goes, iv. 193 ; his
in the synagogue of Nazareth, ii.
Undecided followers of Christ, warn-
ings to, iii. 383.
of Christ, i. 53; of the Church, v.
to the four Gospels, i. 165-174. of the Gospels, v. 201.
Unjust judge, the parable of the, ii.
Unjust steward, the parable of the,
Unmerciful servant, the parable of
251, etc., v. 338, vi. 141; what Upper room, the, in Jerusalem, v.
Vail of the temple, the, rent in twain,
Variety and unity in the kingdom of
Veronica, St, iii. 41.
Via dolorosa, the, iv. 370.
parable of the, ii. 198, v. 318, 319. tempter, ii. 65; over death, v. 122;
in His resurrection, 413.
Vinedressers, the parable of the re-
bellious, iv. 67, v. 373.
iv. 249; and grace, through Christ, Jesus on the cross, iv. 383.
Vineyard, the parable of the labourers
Violent, the, who take the kingdom
Virgin, the conceiving, of Isaiah, i.
the mission of, 60, etc. ; the ap- Virgin, the fountain of the, iii. 129.
Virgin-born heroes, the, of Paganism, Wicked, the, have to do with God as
i. 115; dreams respecting, types of much as the good, i. 29.
the Coming One, 361, etc. Wicked husbandmen, the parable of
Widow's two mites, the, iv. 97, 98.
His baptism, ii. 26, 30, vi. 93 ; a Jesus and the tempter, ii. 47.
bottles, vi. 109; medicated, offered
Wines, the, of the ancients, ii. 296.
Wise men.-See Magi.
Wives, Roman statesmen prohibited
by Jesus, iv. 158, vi. 370 ; Peter iv. 351.
objection to the resurrection of
Wolves, the disciples sent forth as
practised by the Pharisees and Woman, the, with the issue of blood,
Woman, the, who was a sinner,
Jesus, iii. 83, etc., vi, 126.
mother of Jesus, iii. 185.
over the tomb of Jesus, v. 19; the ing, ii. 240, 243.
375–377 ; at the cross of Jesus,
interment of Jesus, v. 14, 15; pro-
the feast of Tabernacles, iii. 277. day of the week, 43 ; bring the
first tidings of the resurrection of
ii. 341, etc. ; promised, —its three visit the sepulchre, 51; Jesus
from the side of Jesus, v. 3, 5, 21. alogy of Jesus Christ, v. 226.
Wonderful, Christ the, i. 85.
Word, the eternal, v. 167 ;
flesh, 177, vi. 271 ; His glory, v.
nal relation of, to God, 266; eter-
Words of Jesus, the, iv. 145; the
seven last, vi. 422.
Works, the greater,' to be done by
World, the, a system of divine ideas
and symbols, ii. 177 ; outlines of Young man, the, with the linen gar-
Zacharias, and Elisabeth, the sorrow
prince of the, cast out, iv. 60–62; pearance of Gabriel to, 346 ; his
threefold renunciation of the, 251. | Zeal, religious, ii. 194.
Zebedee, the sons of, called by Christ,
zeal, iii. 401, 402; the request of
Jesus, iv. 7-9 ; indignation of the
Zedekiah, why omitted from the ge-
nealogy of Christ, v. 227, note.
MURRAY AND GIBB, PRINTERS, EDINBURGH.