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every man according as his work is athirst come. And whosoever shall be.

will, let him take the water of life t 13 I am Alpha and Omega, the freely. beginning and the end, the first w 18 For I testify unto every man and the last.

that heareth the words of the prob 14 Blessed are they that do his phecy of this book, If any man commandments, that they may shall add unto these things, God have right to the tree of life, and shall add unto him the plagues may enter in through the gates that are written in this book: into the city.

1 w 19 And if any man shall take 15 For without are dogs, and away from the words of the book sorcerers, and whoremongers, and of this prophecy, God shall take murderers, and idolaters, and who away his part out of the book of soever loveth and maketh a lie. life, and out of the holy city, and

16 I Jesus have sent mine angel from the things which are written to testify unto you these things in in this book. the churches. I am the root and d 20 He, which testifieth these the offspring of David, and the things saith, Surely I come quickbright and morning-star.

lly: Amen. Even so, come, Lord 6 17 And the Spirit and the bride Jesus. say, Come. And let him that hear. 6 21 The grace of our Lord Jesus eth say, Come. And let him that Christ be with you all. Amen.




The first Journey begins in the Year of Christ 44, and ends 48. Antioch in Sy- Perga in Pam- Lystra Perga

Samaria ria phylia Derbe


Jerusalem Seleucia Antioch in Pi- Lystra Antioch in Sy- Antioch in SySalamis




The second Journey begins A. D. 50, and ends 54.
Rest of Syria Phrygia Philippi Athens


Galatia · Amphipolis Corinth Antioch in
Apollonia Cenchrea

ria Lystra

Samothracia Thessalonica Ephesus
Neapolis Beroea

The third Journey begins A. D. 54, and ends 58.
Galatia Greece


Miletus in Asia Ptolemais Phrygia Corinth

Mitylene Island Coos Island Cæsarea Ephesus Macedonia Chios Island Rhodes Island Jerusalem Troas

Philippi Samos Island Patara in Lycia
Macedonia Troas

Trogyllium Tyre
The fourth Journey begins A. D. 60, and ends 64.
Antipatris Near Salmone Rhegium Rome

Cæsarea Fair Havens Puteoli


Jerusalem Sidon

Melite Island Appii Forum Spain, only in- Antioch in SyMyra

Syracuse Three Taverns tended

The fifth Jouruey begins A. D. 64, and ends 68.
Nicopolis in E- Corinth

Miletum in Rome


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Peter denieth Christ . Chap.
The genealogy of Christ, Chap. 1 Crucifixion of Christi
Christ's nativity · · · 2 Resurrection of Christ. .
The preaching of John Baptist.

Christ tempted .

4 Christ's conception .
Christ's sermon on the mount. 5 Christ's circumcision .
Of alms and prayer .

6 John's testimony of Christ .
Rash judgment reproved . . 7| Christ tempted by Satan
Christ's miracles . . . 8 Miraculous draught of fishes .
Matthew called . . . 9 The twelve apostles chosen.
The apostles sent forth. . 10 Christ's testimony of John .
John sendeth to Christ. 11 Jairus' daughter raised
Blasphemy against the Holy How to attain eternal life .

12 Seventy disciples sent out
Parable of the sower . . 13 A dumb devil cast out.
John Baptist beheaded . . 14 Covetousness to be avoided
The scribes reproved i . 15 The crooked woman healed
The sign of Jonas . . 16 The great supper
The transfiguration of Christ. 17 The prodigal son
Christ teacheth humility , 18 The unjust steward .
Christ healeth the sick. . 19 The power of faith .
The labourers in the vineyard. 20 The importunate widow
The fig-tree cursed . 21 Zaccheus called .
The marriage of the king's Parable of the vineyard

son . . . 22 The widow's two mites
The Pharisees exposed . . 23 Christ condemned .
The destruction of the temple Christ's death and burial

foretold , . 24 Christ's resurrection .
Parable of te


Judas betrayeth Christ . 26 The divinity of Christ.
Christ crucified . . 27| Water turned into wine .
Christ's resurrection . • 28 Necessity of regeneration .

The woman of Samaria
Baptism of Christ . . . The impotent man healed .
Matthew called ·

Five thousand fed ..
The apostles chosen .

Christ teacheth in the temple.
Parable of the sower . 4 Christ's doctrine justified
Christ healeth the bloody is The blind healed

5 Christ the good shepherd
Christ walketh on the sea . 6 Lazarus raised . .
The Syrophenician woman. 7 Christ foretelleth his death .
The multitude fed

8 Christ's humility .
Jesus transfigured

. 9 The Comforter promised
Children brought to Christ . 10 Christ the true vine .
The barren fig-tree

11 Christ warneth his disciples
The widow and her two mites. 12 of their sufferings , .
The destruction of the

Christ's prayer . . .
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Christ's death and burial, Chap. 19 The intent of the scriptures, Ch. 15

Christ's resurrection . 20Paul's salutations

Christ appeareth to his disci


The wisdom of God

ples . .


Christ the foundation .

Matthias chosen

1 Christians are God's temple.

Peter's sermon .

2 Distinctions are from God ..

The lame healed.

3 The incestuous person .

4 Law forbid brethren

Peter and John imprisoned .

Annanias and Sapphira

5 Paul treateth of marriage .

Seven deacons chosen

6 of meats offered to idols

Stephen stoned . . .

7|Paul's zeal to gain converts

Philip plantenth the church in Old examples . .

Samaria . .

8 Rules for divine worsbip .

Saul's conversion . . 9 Spiritual gifts are diverse .

Peter's vision . . . 10 Charity commended .

Peter's defence

. 11 Of strange tongues





Herod killeth James

· 12 of Christ's resurrection

Paul preacheth at Antioch · 13 Paul commendeth Timothy .

Paul stoned. . .


Circumcision disputed . . 15 Consolation in trouble. . 1

Timothy circumcised . . 16 Paul's success in preaching - 2

Paul persecuted :

The excellency of the gospel. 3

Paul preacheth at Corinth

. 18

The christian's paradox .

Exorcists beaten .

Paul assured of immortality.

Eutychus raised to life .

Exhortations to purity . .

Paul goeth to Jerusalem

Godly sorrow profitable .

Paul's defence . .

Liberality extolled . .

Paul imprisoned . .. Bounty praised . . .

Paul accused before Felix .

Paul's spiritual authority . 10

Paul appealeth to Cæsar : Paul's godly boasting . .

Paul declareth his life and Paul's wonderful revelations. 12

conversion . . . Paul's charge . . . 13

Paul shipwrecked :


A viper fasteneth on Paul's

Of their leaving the gospel

hand . . .


Peter reproved .



Justification by faith



Paul greeteth the Romans

Christ freeth us from the law.

Who are justified

The liberty of the gospel

Justification by faith .

Abraham's faith acceptable.

4 Lenity recommended .

Sin and death came by Adam.


Dying to sin · · ·

6 Of election and adoption

The law not sin : ·

7 Christ our peace i

Who are free from condemna-

The hidden mystery .


8 Exhortation to unity .

The calling of the Gentiles .

9 Exhortation to love .

Paul's prayer for Israel

. 10 | The christian armour .

All Israel are not cast off . 11


Holiness and conformity to Paul's prayer to God

God's will



. 12 Exhortation to humility

Love the fulfilling of the law. 13| All loss for Christ

How to use christian liberty. 14]General exhortations . .

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Of faith and works Chap

Christ's nature and office de The truly wise ..

scribed . . Chap. 1 Against covetousr.ess . .

Exhortation to constancy : 2 The trial of faith. . .

Household duties


Prayer recommended . . 4 Spiritual graces from God ..

I. THESSALONIANS. Christ the corner stone

History of their conversion - 1

Duty of wives and husbands.

How the gospel was preached Of ceasing from sin . .

to the Thessalonians 2 The duty of elders . .

Paul s love in sending Timo-


thy . . . . 3 Exhortation to duties. ..

Exhortation to godliness 4

False teachers foretold .

Description of Christ's coming. 5

Certainty of judgment.


Comfort against persecution :


Christ's person described

Of steadfastness in the truth.

To avoid idleness . .

Christ our advocate

God's great love.


Paul's charge to Timothy

1 Try the spirits ..

The three witnesses .

Prayers made for all men


Of bishops and deacons

An elect lady exhorted

Apoștacy foretold

Of widows and elders. .


The gain of godliness.

Gaius' piety commended



Paul's love to Timothy .

1 Of constancy in the faith

Exhortation to Timothy


All scripture inspired .. 3 of the coming of Christ

Qualification of ministers 4 Balaam's doctrine :


The key of David . .

Qualification for ministers . 1 The vision of a throne.

Christians' duty :

• 2 The book with seven seals

Paul directs what to teach, and The seven seals opened

what not . . . 3 The number of the sealed


Seven angels with trumpets.

hiloman'e faith commended. A star falleth from heaven


The book eaten .

Christ far above angels . 1 The two witnesses

Obedience due to Christ

2 The red dragon . .

Christ above Moses . 3 Of the beast with seven heads

The christian's rest . . 4 and ten horns

Of Christ's priesthood. 5. The harvest of the world :

The danger of apostacy

6 The seven angels with the se-

Melchisedek and Christ

ven last plagues .

A new covenant. . 8 Of the vials of wrath .

The sacrifices of the law

9 The scarlet whore ..

Christ's perfect sacrifice : 10 The fall of Babylon ..

The power of faith . . 11 The Lamb's marriage . .

Divers exhortations . . 12) The first resurrection . .

Obedience to spiritual rulers. 13| The heavenly Jerusalem de-


scribed . . . .

Wisdom to be sought of God. ! 1 The tree of life . . .

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