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Sect. XIX. Christ admonishes his disciples to be
constantly watchful, that they may be prepared
for the day of judgment.....
Sect. XX. The parables of the ten virgins, and the
talents. A description of the last judgment 77
Sect. XXI. Judas agrees with the chief-priest to be-
tray his Lord. The apostles make preparation
for the passover..
Sect. XXII. A dispute amongst the Apostles con-
cerning pre-eminence in the kingdom of heaven.
Christ reproves them, and gives them an exam-
ple-of humility by washing their feet..... 87
Sect. XXIII, The institution of the Lord's Supper 92
Sect. XXXV. Christ brought before Pontius Pilate.
Sect. XXXVI. Christ examined by Herod, and sent
back to Pilate. He is scourged and crowned
with thorns, and condemned to crucifixion, by
the general voice of the Jewish people ... 160
Sect. XXXVII. Part of Isaiah's prophecy relating to
Sect. XXXVIII. Christ's crucifixion. He prays for
his enemies. Two thieves erucified with him.
He yields up the Ghost
Sect. XLIV. Christ appears to two of his disciples in
their way to Damascus.
Sect. XLV. Christ appears to the eleven apostles.... 22:3
Sect. XLVI. The incredulity of Thomas. Christ ap-
Sect. XLVII. Christ appears to Peter and other dis-
ciples at the sea of Tiberius.....
Sect. XLVIII. Christ questions Peter concerning his
love for him, and commands him to feed his flock 230
Sect. XLIX. Cbrist meets all his apostles on a moun-
tain in Galilec....
Sect. L., Christ commands his disciples to baptize all
nations. He promises the aid of tl.e Holy Spirit.
He ascends visibly up to heaven...
Scct. LI. Two angels discourse with the apostles after
the asccosion of Christ...
Sect. LII. Extracts from the ancient prophets con-
cerning the glorious appearance of the Lord God
in their visious
Sect. LIII. Extracts from the Revelation of St. Jolin
conccrviug the appearance of the Son of God in
Sect. LIV. The disciples elect another apostle in the
room of Judas..
Seet. LV. Extracts from the ancient prophets con-
cerning the Holy Spirit
Sect. LXXVIII. Paul accused before Festus, by the
High Priest. Justifies himself, and apppeals to