Notes on the Parables of Our Lord and Notes on the Miracles of Our Lord
are detailed and well-researched commentary on the parables and miracles found throughout the Gospels. In Parables, Trench clearly defines parables by contrasting against fables, myths, etc. He then goes on to provide meticulous commentary on 30 parables. In Miracles, Trench opens with an 81-page exhaustive essay defining miracles, then explains in detail 33 miracles.
If you want to expand your understanding of Jesus' parables and miracles, these titles are an excellent resource.
Richard Chenevix Trench was the Archbishop of Dublin for 21 years, Dean of Westminster Abbey for 7 years and a Biblical scholar. He was also instrumental in the creation of The Oxford English Dictionary.
Both works can each be accessed by chapter in the table of contents (under General Books)
Each chapter covers an individual miracle or parable and can be accessed by Bible verse, directly under "Additional Commentary Material" in the Commentary menu. These two works combined serve as a Commentary on key Gospel passages.
Both works offer extensive footnotes. References to writings of Josephus, the Church Fathers, Aquinas, Calvin, etc., are linked wherever possible.