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LECTURE XV.-ii. 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
Lecture XVII.-ji. 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.
John Baptist's testimony to Christ, as the author of cternal life to
all who BELIEVE in Him.
LECTURE XIX.-iv. 1--14.
Discourse with a woman of Sainaria. 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
Lecture XXII.-iv. 39-42.
The Faith of the Samaritans; first froin REPORT, afterwards from
LECTURE XXIII.-iv. 43–54.
Jesus recovers a nobleman's son from a dangerous fever. An
Emblem of the RECOVERY OF THE SOUL.
Lecture XXIV. -v. 149.
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
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
Lecture XXIX.-y. 41-47.
Jesus alleges their love of WORLDLY Honour as one reason why
the Jews rejected the testimony concerning him.
Lecture XXX.-vi. 1-13.
Five thousand miraculously fed. FRAGMENTS OF TIME AND
OPPORTUNITY to be gathered up for use.
LECTURE XXXI.-vi. 14-21.
The disciples overtaken by a storm, are relieved by THE
SENCE OF JESUS,
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.
LECTURE XXXIV.-vi. 41-46.
Faith in Christ declared to be the WORK OF God upon the
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. 148.
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-
LECTURE XLII. viii. 1-14.
The Woman taken in adultery released, and warned to sin NO
LECTURE XLIII.-vjïi, 12-24.
Jesus declares to the Jews the consequence of their REJECTING
Lecture XLIV. viii. 25–32.
Jesus promise to those who receive the truth, freedom from the
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.-viï 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.
Christ describes himself as the DOOR OF THE SHEEPFOLD.
LECTURE LII.-x. 11-18.
Christ describes himself as the GOOD SHEPHERD.
Lecture LIII. :-x. 19-30.
Christ describes his flock, as Hearing his voice, and FOLLOWING
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
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
LECTURE LVIII.—xi. 28–40.
Jesus accompanies Mary and Martha to THE
GRAVE of La-