The Travel Lessons on the Life of Jesus; A Course of Study Complete in Itself, and Designed Also to Accompany the International Lessons and All Other Courses in the New Testament

The Travel Lessons on the Life of Jesus; A Course of Study Complete in Itself, and Designed Also to Accompany the International Lessons and All Other Courses in the New Testament

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...knowledge of the fisher life.) (I would have here drawn in the students' note-books rough sketch maps in which the divisions of Palestine are shown in different colors, or Galilee may be colored on one of the maps already drawn. Use tlie map of Galilee in the back of the book for a guide. Give just enough time to this to make clear that just this territory is the arena of Jesus' new public work.) It is not possible here to discover the exact order of events, but a harmony of the Gospel stories makes plain the general movement of Jesus' mission. First we have given us a sample day of Jesus' ministry in Capernaum. (Matt. 8: 14-17; Mark 1:21-34; Luke 4: 31-41.) In the Synagogue He heals a man with an unclean spirit, cures Peter's mother-in-law, and when the day is over the narrow lanes of the city are still thronged with people from all about who are brought to be healed. He takes a brief rest and rises long before it is day to pray (Mark 1: 35-45; Luke 4: 42-44) and then starts out to continue this sort of work throughout all Galilee (Matt. 4: 23; Mark 1: 39). The first event that impressed itself upon all three of the synoptic writers was His unexampled cure of a leper. (Matt. 8: 1-4; Mark 1: 40-45; Luke 5: 12-16.) We are now to see some of the wretched victims of this terrible disease. They are part of the number which are found outside the eastern and southern wall of Jerusalem. Position 17. "Unclean! Unclean!" Wretched lepers outside of Jerusalem. Forty or fifty of those wretched people may generally be seen outside of Jerusalem. These are seated by the wall of the Garden of Gethsemane. They are found in many other parts of Palestine, living in pitiful seclusion, "afar from the dwellings of man." We need this horrible sight...show more

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  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 132g
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  • English
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  • 1236511549
  • 9781236511546