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Lecture XV.-iï. 6—8.
The necessity of regeneration through the operation of the Spirit.
Lecture XVI.- iii. 9.–15.
Discourse with Nicodemus continued. The type of the BRAZEN
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Lecture XVII.-iii. 16–21.
Jesus declares to Nicodemus the merciful purpose of God in the
REDEMPTION OF MANKIND. Why and by whom his mercy is
Lecture XVIII.-iii, 22—36.
Jolin Baptist's testimony to Christ, as the author of eternal life to
all who believe in him.
Lecture XIX.-iv. 1--14.
Discourse with a woman of Samaria. Jesus describes the LIVING
WATER which he gives to those who ask him.
LectURE XX.-iv. 15—26.
Jesus discloses himself to the Samaritan woman as the Christ;
and explains the SPIRITUAL WORSHIP which God requires.
Lecture XXI.-iv. 27–38.
Jesus discourses with his disciples on the WORK which he was
sent to accomplish, and on the HARVEST which he and they
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Lecture XXII.-iv. 39—42.
The FAITH of the Samaritans; first froin REPORT, afterwards from PERSONAL CONVICTION.
Lecture XXIII.-iv. 43–54.
Jesus recovers a nobleman's son from a dangerous fever. An
Emblem of the recovery of the soul. . . 126
Lecture XXIV.-v. 1–9.
A LIKE EMBLEM, in the healing of the cripple at the pool of
Lecture XXV.--v. 10–14.
The cripple who had been healed at Bethesda, is warned to sin
NO MORE. . .
Lecture XXVI.—v. 15—27.
Jesus reasons with the Jews. His power to bestow SPIRITUAL
Lecture XXVII.--v. 28, 29.
A RESURRECTION to eternal life or eternal death declared.
Lecture XXVIII.—v. 30 40.
THREEFOLD TESTIMONY to the divinity of Jesus. That of John
the Baptist; of God the Father ; of the Scriptures . 152
LECTURE XXIX. -v. 41-47.
Jesus alleges their love of worLDLY HOnour as one reason why
the Jews rejected the testimony concerning him. . 157
Lecture XXX.-vi. 1–13.
Five thousand miraculously fed. Fragments OP TIME AND
OPPORTUNITY to be gathered up for use. . . 162
Lecture XXXI.-vi. 14–21.
The disciples overtaken by a storm, are relieved by THE PRE-
SENCE OF Jesus. . . . . . 167
Lecture XXXII.-vi. 22--29.
Faith in Christ declared to be the work REQUIRED by God. 172
Lecture XXXIII.—vi. 30—40.
Jesus reveals himself as the BREAD OF LIFE: and declares the
Father's will concerning those who believe in him. , 178
LECTURE XXXIV.-vi. 41–46.
Faith in Christ declared to be the work of God upon the
heart. . . . . . 183
Lecture XXXV.—vi. 47–58.
Christ the BREAD OF LIFE. The metaphor explained.
Lecture XXXVI.-vi. 59–71.
Many disciples leave the company of Jesus, on account of his
HARD SAYINGS. The apostles remain.
LECTURE XXXVII.-vii. 1–8.
A discourse between Jesus and his brethren. The FRIENDSHIP OF
Lecture XXXVIII.-vii. 9—18.
Faith Promised to the honest and good heart.
Lecture XXXIX.-vii. 19—30.
The Jews convicted, as having no KNOWLEDGE OF GOD.
Lecture XL.-vii. 31-39.
The Spirit which the believers in Christ shall receive, compared to
RIVERS OF WATERS. .
Lecture XLI.- vii. 40-53.
ENMITY OF THE PHARisees towards Jesus, and those who ac-
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Lecture XLII. viii. 1–14.
The Woman taken in adultery released, and warned to sin NO
. . .
Lecture XLIII.-viii. 12-24.
Jesus declares to the Jews the consequence of their rejectING
. . . . . 230
Lecture XLIV.--viji. 25—32.
Jesus promise to those who receive the truth, freedom from
POWER OF THE WORLD, and the fear OF DEATH. .
Lecture XLV.-viii. 33–36.
Freedom from the yoke of sin conferred by Christ upon his
Lecture. XLVI.-viii. 37–47.
The CHILDREN OF God distinguished from the CHILDREN OF
Lecture XLVII.— viii 48–59.
Jesus defends himself against the charge of BLASPHEMY.
Lecture XLVIII.-ix. 1--12.
Blind man healed at the pool of Siloam. .
Lecture XLIX.-ix. 13–34.
Inquiry of the Pharisees into the case of the man who had re-
ceived his sight. Their PREJUDICE.
Lecture L.—ix. 35–41.
The HAUGHTY AND SELF-RIGHTEOUS SPIRIT of the Phari.
sees. . .
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LECTURE LI.-8. 1–10.
Christ describes himself as the door of the sheepfold.
LECTURE LII.-8. 11-18.
Christ describes himself as the GOOD Shepherd.
Lecture LIII.-8. 19-30.
Christ describes his flock, as hearing his voice, and following
: : 285
Lecture LIV.-8. 31-42.
Cbrist asserts his UNION WITH The Father.
Lecture LV.-xi. 1-6.
Sickness of LAZARUS. He and his sister loved of Jesus. Their
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Lecture LVI.-xi. 7—16.
Jesus resolves on GOING TO THE HOUSE of Lazarus
Lecture LVII.-xi. 17–27.
Jesus declares himself to Martha as THE RESURRECTION AND THE
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LECTURE LVIII.—xi. 28–40.
Jesus accompanies Mary and Martha to thE GRAVE of La-
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