The Fourfold Gospel: the founding of the new kingdom or life reached through death

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CHAPTER I
1
The Ascension in the MarkAppendix 727
6
After six days or about eight days
8
Beloved in Mark and Matthew Chosen in Luke
20
JESUS VISITS THE TEMPLE Mark xi I25 26
23
How is it written ? in Mark
32
CHAPTER II
38
Little children in the Fo urth Gospel
44
About that day knoweth no one not even the Son save only the Father in Mark and Matthew
326
The porter in Mark and John
331
11 The faithful servant or steward in Matthew and Luke
334
The disciple that follows and the disciple that waits in John
336
CHAPTER VIII
339
Clement of Alexandria on the Anointing
347
Origen and others on the Anointing
352
Words and phrases common to Mark and John
355

All things are possible to him that believeth in Mark
53
The first Synoptic passage mentioning the delivering
62
The question who is the greatest
72
Taking a little child in his arms in Mark
75
In my name and because ye are Christs in Mark
79
11 If thine eye offend thee in Mark and Matthew
86
The unquenchable fire in Mark
90
The undying worm in Mark
96
For every one shall be salted with fire in Mark
98
Have salt in yourselves and be at peace one with
101
another in Mark
102
Johannine doctrine on fire
103
How John expresses salting with fire
105
Tribulation
108
CHAPTER III
112
And he blessed them in Mark
116
CHAPTER IV
123
i37
125
Children how hard it is in Mark
127
He shall receive a hundredfold with persecutions in Mark
136
But many that are first shall be last in Mark and Matthew
141
First Simon in Matthew and first in John
147
And Jesus was going before them and they were amazed in Mark
151
With the baptism that I am baptized withal shall ye be baptized in Mark
155
Not mine to give but for those for whom it hath been prepared in Mark and Matthew
160
They that are accounted to rule in Mark
161
To give his life a ransom for many in Mark and Matthew
164
The son of Tinfeeus Bartimaeus in Mark 16
169
A colt tied at the door without in the open street in Mark
171
The origin of Marks tradition
174
The ass and the foal of the Messiah in Genesis
175
John on the finding of the ass
176
R V Branches marg layers of leaves in Mark
180
Hosanna in Mark Matthew and John
182
The coming kingdom of our father David in Mark
190
He looked round about upon all things in Mark
193
John on Christs visits to the Temple
196
The symbolism of the figtree misunderstood by Luke
205
Does John intervene?
209
Carrying a vessel through the temple in Mark
212
For all the nations in Mark
215
A scourge of cords in John
217
15 Doves tables and moneychangers in all but Luke
218
What followed after the purification of the Temple
220
Have faith in God in Mark
227
Believe that what he saith is coming to pass and Believe that ye have received in Mark
230
Johannine Intervention
234
Whensoever ye stand praying in Mark
236
CHAPTER VI
242
The parable of the murderous husbandmen
249
The payment of tribute
255
The resurrection of the dead
261
What commandment is the first? in Mark
266
Scribes and the Son of David
273
Scribes and a poor widow in Mark and Luke
278
The casting down of the Temple
284
When shall these things be?
286
Wars the beginning of travail in Mark and Matthew
289
Persecutions
294
The Abomination of Desolation and its sequel in Mark and Matthew
305
The shortening of the days in Mark and Matthew
313
The gathering of the elect in Mark and Matthew
320
The figtree
324
Words and phrases common to Luke and John
360
The single phrase common to all the Synoptists
363
Bethany in Mark Matthew and John
365
R V Burying or burial in Mark Matthew and John
374
Verily for a memorial of her in Mark and Matthew
382
Marks narrative as a whole
384
11 A review of the evidence
386
J udas Iscariots agreement with the chief priests
390
The designation of Judas as the betrayer
397
Christs last words about or to judas
407
The Institution of the Eucharist
413
CHAPTER X
431
Before the cock crow twice in Mark
440
He began to be sore troubled in Mark
450
The hour in Mark and John and the cup in
459
The spirit indeed is willing but the flesh is weak
467
CHAPTER XI
477
The words and acts of Jesus during the arrest
488
They all left him in Mark
496
To the high priest in Mark
504
Peter warming himself in Mark and John
510
The questioning of Jesus by the High Priest in Mark
519
Thou also wast with Jesus in Mark and Matthew
528
CHAPTER XIII
540
Christs silence before His judges
548
Barabbas
554
CHAPTER XIV
563
The carrying of the Cross
570
Casting lots for Christs garments
576
The Superscription on the Cross
583
The mocking of Christ on the Cross
589
My God in Mark and Matthew
595
Elijah in Mark and Matthew
602
Reed or hyssop in Mark Matthew and John
603
Christs last utterance
608
14 Christs death
611
CHAPTER XV
616
3847
618
The rending of the veil
619
From afar
626
Joseph of Arimathaea
634
The entombing
639
CHAPTER XVI
645
What the names of the women were
652
When the sun was risen in Mark
660
Marks peculiar tradition about the stone
663
Rolled up in a place by itself in John
670
A young man in Mark
678
The Nazarene in Mark
681
He is not here
683
See thou here is the place in Mark
687
And to Peter in Mark
691
Goeth before you into Galilee in Mark and Matthew
693
For they feared in Mark
699
CHAPTER XVII
704
The MarkAppendix Luke and John
707
The MarkAppendix on Christs last words
714
The MarkAppendix and the Lucan Discourse to the Seventy
722
The accompanying signs in the MarkAppendix
735
Scriptural Passages
743
English
766
Greek
793

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