Title: In His footsteps : a record of travel to and in the land of Christ : with an attempt to mark the Lord's journeyings in chronological order from His birth to His Ascension
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: McLennan, William Etridge
Subjects: Jesus Christ Jesus Christ
Publisher: New York : Eaton & Mains
Contributing Library: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive
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OF SAMARIA AND GALILEE, THENCE EAST TO THE JORDAN, FOLLOWING THE WESTERN SHORE SOUTH TO JERICHO. Ten lepers cleansed on border of Samaria, . . . Luke xvii, ii-iq. Talks on the way lo Jericho: The coming kingdom, . . Luke xvii, 20-37.Parables of unjust judge and Pharisee and publican, . . Lukexviii, 1-14.Discourse on divoice, ..... Matt, xix, -5-12 ; Mark x, 2-12. Children blessed, . . Matt, xix, 13-15 ; Mark x, 13-16 ; Luke xviii, 15-17.The rich young ruler, . Matt, xix, 16-30; Mark x, 17-31 ; Luke xviii, 18-30. Laborers in the vineyard, Matt, xx, 1-16. Jesus foretells his death. Matt, xx, 17-ig; Mark x, 32-34; Luke xviii, 31-34.John and James want position, . . . Matt, xx, 20-28 ; Mark x, 35-45.Near Jericho : Blind healed. Matt, xx, 29-34 ; Mark x, 45-52; Luke xviii, 35-43.In Jericho: Interview with Zaccheus, ..... Luke xix, i-io. Parable of the pounds, Luke xix, 11-28. Luke clearly states that the healing of the ten lepers oc-curred while Jesus and his disciples were passing through
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. i • LEPERS BEGGING BY THE WAYSIDE. the midst of Samaria and Galilee (I^uke xvii, ii). The wordtranslated midst would better be rendered between.Evidently the Lord went north to the border betweenSamaria and Galilee, then turned east to the Jordan. We do notknow why he chose this route, but probably to join the cara- Andrews, T/ie Life 0/ Our Lord. 89 In His Footsteps van coming down from Galilee and the north to attend thepassover. The Lords few weeks of retirement are ended, and he isnow to enter Jerusalem, not as one afraid of his life, butboldly and with all publicity. He would probably choosethe west bank of the river and proceed with the horde ofjiilgrims, meeting the crowds from the east side of the riverat Jericho. Somewhere on the way he speaks of the ap-proaching kingdom of which he is king, gives the parables ofthe unjust judge and the Pharisee and publican. Hespeaks about marriage, blesses little children, tells the richyoung man what he must do if he would be perfect,
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