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The Life of Jesus by Ellen G. White

At the heart of all humanity, regardless of ethnicity, age, class, culture, religion , or residence, there is a burning desire of some unspeakable intangibility - the soul so empty and miserable. This desire is inherent in the very constitution of man by a merciful Creator, that man is not content in his current state, whatever it may be . But the experience of spiritual wholeness in Christ is possible. The prophet Haggai called Jesus Christ rightly the “Desire of Nations” It is the aim of this book to present Jesus Christ as the One in whom all desires can be satisfied - with abundant teaching, unfathomable power , and many glimpses of the exemplary life of Jesus of Nazareth...

The Life of Jesus by Ellen G. White

  • Page 2 and 3: Information about this Book Overvie
  • Page 4 and 5: Table of Contents Information about
  • Page 6 and 7: Chapter 63—“Thy King Cometh”
  • Page 8 and 9: The angels of glory find their joy
  • Page 10 and 11: ecame flesh, and tabernacled among
  • Page 12 and 13: exalted. Our little world, under th
  • Page 14 and 15: from the Hebrews the meaning of the
  • Page 16 and 17: Chapter 3—“The Fullness of the
  • Page 18 and 19: The dying words of Jacob filled the
  • Page 20 and 21: demons that had controlled the will
  • Page 22 and 23: Augustus is made the agent for the
  • Page 24 and 25: Son, that the path of life might be
  • Page 26 and 27: of Egypt I hallowed unto Me all the
  • Page 28 and 29: the words spoken by the shepherds o
  • Page 30 and 31: Chapter 6—“We Have Seen His Sta
  • Page 32 and 33: “And thou Bethlehem, land of Juda
  • Page 34 and 35: years before, had been opened to th
  • Page 36 and 37: through a personal acceptance of Go
  • Page 38 and 39: By His own example He taught that i
  • Page 40 and 41: Chapter 8—The Passover Visit This
  • Page 42 and 43: new aspect. The rabbis spoke of the
  • Page 44 and 45: As His mission had opened to Jesus
  • Page 46 and 47: Chapter 9—Days of Conflict From i
  • Page 48 and 49: unbelief and contempt. They could n
  • Page 50 and 51: Mary often remonstrated with Jesus,
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    Chapter 10—The Voice in the Wilde

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    “Thou, child, shalt be called the

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    perceptions were clear; he had deve

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    soldiers, publicans, and peasants c

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    destroyed. At the second advent of

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    the heavens opened, and the Spirit

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    mansions which Jesus has gone to pr

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    knew the position that Christ had h

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    There came to the Saviour, as if in

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    sure of his prey. If we would meet

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    consent to sin. Not even by a thoug

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    had wrought marvelously for them; y

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    walks by their side and says: Whate

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    and all were eager to share in that

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    When at the baptism of Jesus, John

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    The disciple John was a man of earn

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    The teaching of Christ was the expr

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    As the guests assemble, many seem t

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    As men set forth the best wine firs

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    sanctioned the social gathering. A

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    Chapter 16—In His Temple This cha

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    service. He had given directions in

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    Overpowered with terror, the priest

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    In these words His meaning was twof

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    Chapter 17—Nicodemus This chapter

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    nothing that responds to spiritual

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    give you, and a new spirit will I p

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    was firm as a rock, encouraging the

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    his bride, the mission of the frien

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    Chapter 19—At Jacob’s Well This

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    Jesus now abruptly turned the conve

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    was already flashing into her mind.

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    The Pharisees despised the simplici

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    This woman represents the working o

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    Christ was pained that His own peop

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    Chapter 21—Bethesda and the Sanhe

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    The Jews had so perverted the law t

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    interpretation of the law was corre

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    characters are to be builded “for

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    whom God had sent. “Ye search the

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    Chapter 22—Imprisonment and Death

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    The Saviour did not at once answer

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    or rank, or noble descent, or intel

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    scene of music and dancing, and con

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    the power of temptation. In this wa

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    The people of Galilee were despised

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    We have reached the period foretold

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    expositor of the prophecies concern

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    in the synagogue were with Him in t

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    their understanding was darkened by

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    open before Him. In the words spoke

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    education in the most scientific sc

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    Chapter 26—At Capernaum At Capern

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    countenance, the loveliness of His

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    disguise. He appears clothed as an

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    Early in the morning, Peter and his

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    yway along the mountain roads, or f

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    would pass away, never to return. B

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    Now, in words that fell like music

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    hued was now fresh and ruddy. He wa

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    knowledge of Christ. No man who mak

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    The disciples of John had not a cle

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    of heaven. They thought their own r

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    Chapter 29—The Sabbath The Sabbat

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    Although the rabbis followed Him wi

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    ecause of the loss to the owner if

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    Chapter 30—“He Ordained Twelve

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    opportunity of introducing them to

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    not only a hearer but a doer of the

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    Chapter 31—The Sermon on the Moun

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    The worldling may pronounce this so

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    of the thorn shall come up the fir

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    equirements which hemmed in the Jew

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    Him. Then true godliness will eleva

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    is formed. The original loveliness

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    Chapter 32—The Centurion This cha

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    shall come from the east and west,

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    Chapter 33—Who Are My Brethren? T

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    empty, swept, and garnished. Then g

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    His brothers often brought forward

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    heavier your burdens, the more bles

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    As through Jesus we enter into rest

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    many a storm; but now their strengt

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    their long and matted hair, the ver

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    The two restored demoniacs were the

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    Chapter 36—The Touch of Faith Thi

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    soul hunger and living faith, avail

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    Chapter 37—The First Evangelists

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    these the disciples were to go as H

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    this, might never hear the gospel.

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    am I.” He uplifts the distressed

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    Chapter 38—Come Rest Awhile This

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    understand Him; to them He need not

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    Chapter 39—“Give Ye Them to Eat

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    In feeding the five thousand, Jesus

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    The disciples were the channel of c

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    Chapter 40—A Night on the Lake Th

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    yielding so readily to His command.

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    constant dependence upon divine pow

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    themselves to Him. The Saviour bade

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    irth they insinuated that He was of

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    But even these figures fail to pres

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    that the soul beholds the glory of

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    worldly ambitions were disappointed

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    Whenever a good work is begun, ther

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    customs of the church, or the tradi

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    The Saviour is satisfied. He has te

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    Chapter 44—The True Sign This cha

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    divine character. The greatest sign

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    self-sacrifice, so slow to comprehe

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    Sadly the disciples were forced to

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    The Saviour did not commit the work

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    It was to Peter a bitter lesson, an

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    Chapter 46—He Was Transfigured Th

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    was now fulfilled. Upon the mount t

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    Chapter 47—Ministry This chapter

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    Jesus turns to the suffering one, a

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    Chapter 48—Who Is the Greatest? T

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    place themselves needlessly in anta

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    Again Jesus explained to the discip

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    partakers of My grace, in order to

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    “Whatsoever ye shall bind on eart

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    of the universal joy. Here was the

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    The world for Christ was not a plac

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    Jesus knew the wants of the soul. P

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    the healing at Bethesda they had be

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    and compared written prophecy with

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    Impatient at His delay and apparent

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    Chapter 51—“The Light of Life

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    appearance and His work were so at

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    unchallenged, words that from any o

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    man sinned, nor his parents: but th

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    The Pharisees saw that they were gi

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    Chapter 52—The Divine Shepherd Th

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    “He that entereth in by the door

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    However much a shepherd may love hi

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    light and gladness to those darkene

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    were first to preach the gospel. Th

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    in their imagination. It is true th

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    fall upon the impenitent nation. Th

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    people. The Saviour’s words had s

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    eing in need and suffering. He took

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    Chapter 55—Not With Outward Show

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    and compromising Christianity. Not

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    Chapter 56—Blessing the Children

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    As the mother teaches her children

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    Chapter 57—“One Thing Thou Lack

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    strength and efficiency; for if the

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    Chapter 58—“Lazarus, Come Forth

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    During the two days Christ seemed t

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    godly,” 2 Peter 2:9. From every t

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    what passed as a demonstration of g

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    power is not summoned to do. God do

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    Chapter 59—Priestly Plottings Thi

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    ulers asked, “What do we?” Ther

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    Chapter 60—The Law of the New Kin

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    The one who stands nearest to Chris

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    Chapter 61—Zacchaeus This chapter

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    ancient Israel as well as for ourse

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    Chapter 62—The Feast at Simon’s

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    that Judas did not think essential

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    een so severely condemned, Christ h

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    Simon the host had been influenced

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    partaker of the divine nature. The

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    an independent nation. All were hap

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    that such noisy demonstrations were

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    through Him have been healed of her

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    Chapter 64—A Doomed People This c

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    Like the barren tree, they spread t

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    The prophets of God were hated by a

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    multitude of your sacrifices unto M

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    works throughout the land. He had h

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    Like the second son, who, when call

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    They must find a stone capable of r

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    the righteous is life, will be to t

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    of the Roman power, they should ren

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    The Sadducees reasoned that if the

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    gained a broader view of the princi

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    Chapter 67—Woes on the Pharisees

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    He also reproved the vanity shown i

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    should not be repulsed. Let them la

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    The Pharisees built the tombs of th

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    “Behold, your house is left unto

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    their choice. And to the question,

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    to the time when these words were s

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    Chapter 69—On the Mount of Olives

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    warned us of this, that we may not

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    But the day and the hour of His com

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    with the drunken, unites with the w

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    Chapter 70—“The Least of These

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    pampering pride and selfishness. Th

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    Chapter 71—A Servant of Servants

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    He poureth water into a basin, and

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    After Christ had washed the discipl

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    To those who receive the spirit of

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    Christ is still at the table on whi

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    Though Jesus knew Judas from the be

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    eternal by the love of Jesus. And n

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    Chapter 73—“Let Not Your Heart

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    e uplifted by its restoring power.

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    seeth Him not, neither knoweth Him:

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    provided for His church. The Holy S

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    saw in him a self-love and assuranc

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    The life of the vine will be manife

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    Lord: ... I will preserve Thee, and

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    Chapter 74—Gethsemane This chapte

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    Father, if it be possible, let this

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    had come—that moment which was to

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    y the Redeemer, “Whom seek ye?”

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    Chapter 75—Before Annas and the C

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    temptation to manifest His divine c

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    Early in His ministry Christ had sa

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    A high priest was not to rend his g

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    Peter had not designed that his rea

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    “Art Thou the Christ?” they sai

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    his brethren as greatly inferior to

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    things he thought himself wiser tha

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    mortal. But if He was the Son of Go

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    the nation, bring to you a man they

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    the conviction that pressed upon hi

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    heard Him command the grave to give

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    Even now Pilate was not left to act

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    Christ’s enemies had demanded a m

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    The greatest guilt and heaviest res

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    Ten thousand times ten thousand, an

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    from keeping the Passover. None eve

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    their guilt; for it was their privi

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    would utter upon this occasion. Yet

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    given. “Today” while dying upon

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    eholder would have been destroyed.

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    When the loud cry, “It is finishe

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    manhood, a holy ministry, and an un

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    But even as a sinner, man was in a

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    At the beginning of the great contr

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    lackness, and they stood accused by

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    Yet they could not prevent it. They

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    Nicodemus, when he saw Jesus lifted

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    Command therefore that the sepulchr

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    At the death of Jesus the soldiers

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    The priests and rulers were in cont

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    Chapter 82—“Why Weepest Thou?

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    assurance that His atonement for th

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    this hope, and it will hold the sou

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    preparation, the chief priests and

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    the Lord Jesus! He has risen from t

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    “Behold, I stand at the door, and

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    When Jesus first met the disciples

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    Chapter 85—By the Sea Once More T

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    is required. The reproach of the di

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    known Christ after the flesh, as ma

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    Chapter 86—Go Teach All Nations T

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    garb of humanity, He had walked wit

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    will touch invisible chords, whose

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    It is in doing Christ’s work that

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    soul, body, and spirit to God will

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    Christ had sojourned in the world f

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    This they say, not because they kno

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