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LECTURE XXVII.-ix. 32–43.
Æneas is healed by Peter, and Dorcas restored to life. Character
LECTURE XXVIII.— -X. 1-16.
A revelation is made to Cornelius. His character. A vision
also shown to Peter.
LECTURE XXIX.-x. 17-33.
Peter accompanies the messengers of Cornelius, and finds him
with his friends, waiting to receive from Peter the will of
LECTURE XXX.-x. 34-48.
Peter's judgment concerning the Gentiles. He preaches the
gospel to Cornelius, and this Gentile with his household is
LECTURE XXXI.-xi. 1-18.
Peter explains to the disciples at Jerusalem the admission of
Gentiles to the privileges of God's people; how he has granted
them repentance unto life.
LECTURE XXXII.-xi. 19-24.
The gospel is received at Antioch both by Jews and Grecians,
and a church is formed which Barnabas is sent to visit and
LECTURE XXXIII.—xi. 25, 26.
The disciples at Antioch take the name of Christians. Their
LECTURE XXXIV.-xi. 27-30.
The Christians at Antioch send relief to the brethren in Judea.
Their motives in this.
LECTURE XXXV.-xii. 1-5.
The apostle James is put to death by Herod, and Peter im-
prisoned. The Christians betake themselves to prayer. 180
LECTURE XXXVI.-xii. 6—17.
Peter is miraculously delivered from prison.
LECTURE XXXVII.-xii. 18-25.
The pride, exaltation, and death of Herod.
LECTURE XXXVIII.—xiii. 1—12.
Barnabas and Saul are sent out to preach the gospel. Sergius
Paulus is converted. Elymas struck with blindness.
LECTURE XXXIX.-xiii. 13-25.
Paul reasons with the Jews, to show that Jesus was the
LECTURE XL.-xiii. 26-41.
Paul's discourse with the Jews continued, to show that justifica-
tion is by faith in Christ Jesus.
A company of believers formed at Antioch. The apostles are
driven from the neighbourhood.
LECTURE XLIII.—xiv. 1—7.
Effects of the gospel at Iconium. The apostles escape to Ly-
Paul and Barnabas worshipped at Lystra. Their address to the
LECTURE XLV.-xiv. 19-22.
Paul's life in danger at Lystra. He strengthens the faith of the
disciples, and warns them to expect tribulation.
LECTURE XLVI.—xiv. 23.
Elders ordained in the churches.
Constitution of the churches
LECTURE XLVII.-xiv. 24-28.
Paul and Barnabas return to Antioch, and relate what they had
seen and done
LECTURE XLVIII.-xv. 1-4.
A question is raised concerning circumcision. Paul and Barna-
bas visit Jerusalem
LECTURE XLIX.- -xv. 5—11.
Question discussed at Jerusalem. Peter reasons against the
observance of the law of Moses.
LECTURE L.-xv. 12-21.
The decree of the council is delivered by James, with regula-
tions for the churches
LECTURE LI.-xv. 22-31.
The sentence of the council is sent to Antioch, forbidding cir-
LECTURE LII.—xv. 32—41.
A dissension arises
Paul and Barnabas set out from Antioch.
between them concerning Mark, Confirmation of the
Paul takes Timotheus to accompany him. He is directed by a
vision to pass into Macedonia
Conversion and baptism of Lydia and her household. She re-
ceives Paul and his company
LECTURE LVI.-xvi. 16-24.
A tumult excited against Paul and Silas, who are beaten and
The keeper of the prison, alarmed by an earthquake, seeks the
way of salvation
LECTURE LIX.-xvi. 33-40.
The keeper of the prison is converted and baptized. His al-
LECTURE LX.-xvii. 1-4.
Paul reasons with the Jews at Thessalonica
LECTURE LXI.-xvii. 5-12.
Driven by the Jews from Thessalonica, Paul and Silas are
favourably received at Berea
LECTURE LXII.-xvii. 13-17.
Sent away from Berea, Paul preaches the gospel publicly at
Athens. His motives
LECTURE LXIII.-xvii. 18–31.
Paul's discourse at the court of Areopagus
LECTURE LXIV.—xvii. 32—34..
Effect of Paul's discourse on three classes of his hearers. 329
LECTURE LXV.-xviii. 1—8,
Paul works with Aquila and Priscilla at Corinth. Rejected by
the Jews, he separates from them. His parting words
LECTURE LXVI.—xviii. 9—17.
Paul is encouraged by a vision to remain at Corinth. Gallio re-
fuses to act against him
LECTURE LXVII.-xviii. 18-28.
Paul visits many churches. Apollos is taken into the ministry
LECTURE LXVIII.-xix. 1—7.
Twelve disciples of John are baptized in the name of Christ at
Paul preaches at Troas, and restores Eutychus to life
LECTURE LXXII.-xx. 13-24.
Paul's parting address to the elders at Miletus
LECTURE LXXIII.-xx. 25-31.
Paul calls the elders to attest his faithfulness and diligence in
LECTURE LXXIV. xx. 32-38.
Paul commends the church to God, and leaves Miletus 380
LECTURE LXXV.-xxi. 1—14.
The Christians at Cæsarea dissuade Paul from proceeding to
LECTURE LXXVI.-xxi. 15—26.
Paul arrives at Jerusalem. Submits to a vow of purification in