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it came to pass. A Hebraism.
on. Greek. en. App-104 . Not the same word as in Luke 6:20 , Luke 6:39 , Luke 6:49 .
the second sabbath after the first. All this represents only one word in the Greek (deuteroprotos), i.e. the second-first. Occurs only here in the N.T. The first and second sabbaths can occur only in the week of the three great Feasts. The first day of these feasts is a Sabbath "high day "(Hebrew. porn tov)), and is the "first "or great sabbath, whatever day of the week it falls on (see Leviticus 23:7 , Leviticus 23:24 , Leviticus 23:35 ), the weekly sabbath then becomes the "
second. This "second sabbath "was therefore the ordinary weekly sabbath, as is clear from Matthew 12:1 . Not seeing this the current Greek texts solve the difficulty by omitting the word altogether! L Trm. WI R.
went = was going.
through. Greek dia. App-104 .Luke 6:1 .
corn fields . See Matthew 12:1 .
did eat = were eating.
not. Greek. ou. App-105 . Not the same word as in verses: Luke 6:29 , Luke 6:30 , Luke 6:37 , Luk 29:39 , Luk 29:49 .
Jesus. App-98 .
answering . . . said. See note on Deuteronomy 1:41 .
them = to (Greek. pros. App-104 ) them.
Have ye not read. See App-143 .
not = not so much as. Greek. ouden, compound of on. App-105 .
what David did . See notes on Matthew 12:4 .
with = in company with. Greek meta. App-104 .
into . Greek eis. App-104 .
did take . Peculiar to Luke.
also to them = to them also.
the Son of man. See App-98 .
also of the sabbath = of the sabbath also.
also on another sabbath = on another sabbath also. Compare Matthew 12:9-40.12.14 .Mark 3:1-41.3.6 .
man. Greek anthropos. App-123 .
whose right hand = his hand, the right [one]. withered. See on Mark 3:1 .
watched = kept watching. Imperf. Tense. Compare Mark 3:2 .
whether = if, &c. Assuming the possibility of the condition. App-118 .
heal. See Luke 6:18 .
that = in order that.
find. Peculiar to Luke.
knew = all along knew. Imperf. Tense. Greek oida. App-132 . Not the same word as in Luke 6:44 .
thoughts = reasonings (p. Matthew 15:19 . James 2:4 ).
in. Greek. eis. App-104 . Not the same word as in Luke 6:12 , Luke 6:17 , Luke 6:23 , Luke 6:41 , Luke 6:42 .
unto. Greek pros. App-104 . Not the same word as in Luke 6:35 .
I will ask . All the texts read, "I ask", i.e. "I further ask".
life = a soul. See App-110 .
looking round , &c. Mark's Divine supplement is "with anger", &c.
whole = healed.
other. See App-124 .
filled with = filled of. See note on Luke 5:26 .
madness = senseless rage.
communed = began to discuss.
with = [saying] one to. Greek. pros. App-104 .
in . Greek. en. App-104 . Not the same word as in verses: Luke 6:8 , Luke 6:17 ; Luk 6:-23 .
a = the.
to pray. The third of seven such occasions in Luke. See note on Luke 3:21 .
continued all night . Peculiar to Luke. A medical word. Compare Matthew 14:23 .
prayer to God. Greek. prayer of God. Genitive of Relation. App-17 .
was = became.
of = from. Greek. apo. App-104 . Not the same word as in verses: Luke 6:34 , Luke 6:44 , Luke 6:45 . also
He named apostles = He named apostles also. Peculiar to Luke.
also named = named also. See App-141 .
Bartholomew. App-94 .
Matthew and Thomas . . . Alphaeus. All Aramaic. App-94 .
also was the traitor = became even a traitor.
stood = stopped.
in = on. Greek. epi. App-104 .
the plain = a level [spot].
the company = a crowd.
out of = away from. Greek. apo. App-104 .
healed. Greek iaomai. Compare Luke 5:17 .
vexed = beset.
with . Greek hupo. App-104 ., but the Texts read apo. spirits. Greek. pneuma. See App-101 . healed. Greek. therapeuo. Compare Luke 5:15 .
sought . . . went , &c. Bothare the Imperf. Tense = all the while were seeking to touch Him, for virtue was going out, &c.
virtue = power. App-172 .
out of = from (beside). Greek. para. App-104 .
And, &c. Not "Luke's version" of "the Sermon on the Mount", but a repetition in a different form of certain parts of it on a subsequent occasion. Why create a "discrepancy "by supposing that our Lord never repeated any part of His discourses? Compare Isaiah 28:9-23.28.13 .
lifted up His eyes. Peculiar to Luke.
on = unto. Greek. eis. App-104 .
Blessed, &c. = Happy. See note on Matthew 5:3 .
the kingdom of God . See App-114 .
now. In contrast with the future. In Divine reckoning the best always comes last. Peculiar to Luke.
separate you , &c. = cut you off.
cast out , &c. Compare Deuteronomy 22:19 .
evil. Greek. poneros. App-128 .
for = on account of. Greek heneka.
the Son of man . See App-98 .
behold. Figure of speech Asterismos. App-6 .
heaven = the heavens. Seenotes on Matthew 6:9 , Matthew 6:10 .
in the like manner = according to (Greek. kata. App-104 .) the same things. unto = to.
But. Greek. plen. Emphatic. woe. This is not a different and discrepant version of the Sermon on the Mount, but a varied repetition of parts of it.
have received = are receiving. Greek. apecho. The common word in the Papyri for a receipt. See note on Matthew 6:2 .
consolation . Greek paraklesis = comfort. Akin to "Comforter". John 14:16 , John 14:26
, &c. Compare Luke 2:25 .
are full = have been filled.
the false prophets . Compare Jeremiah 5:31 . 1Ki 18:19 , 1 Kings 18:22 ; 1 Kings 22:11 .Isaiah 30:10 .
Love. Greek. agapao. See App-135 .
good = well.
Bless. Not the same word as in verses: Luke 6:20 , Luke 6:21 , Luke 6:22 . pray. See App-134 .
for = on behalf of. Greek. huper. App-104 .
on . Greek. epi. App-104 . Not the same word as in verses: Luke 6:1 , Luke 6:2 , Luke 6:6 , Luke 1:7 , Luke 1:20 .
cheek = jaw.
also the other = the other also.
other . See App-124 .
cloke = mantle. See Matthew 5:40 .
not. Greek me. App-105 .
coat = tunic. See Matthew 5:40 .
as = according
as would = desire. Greek thelo. See App-102 .
For = And.
if. Assuming the hypothesis. App-118 .
what = what kind of.
thank. Greek. charis. occurs more than 150 times; eight in Luke, here: Luke 6:33 , Luke 6:34 , Luke 6:30 ; Luke 2:40 , Luke 2:32 ; Luke 4:22 ; Luke 17:9 ; not one in Matthew or Mark; generally translated "grace". App-184 .
if ye do good . The condition being quite uncertain, where experience will decide. App-118 .
of = from. Greek. para. App-104 .
as much again = the like.
great. Emph. by Figure of speech Hyperbaton. App-6 .
children = sons.
the Highest . Put by Figure of speech Metonymy (of Adjunct) for Him Who is on high. See note on Luke 1:32 .
unto . Greek. epi. App-104 .
Be ye = Become ye.
merciful = compassionate. Greek. oiktirmon. Occurs only here and James 5:11 .
not. Greek ou me. App-105 .
men = [they] the professional measurers. mete. Anglo-Saxon = to measure.
Can the blind . . . ? = Is a blind [man] able to lea, a blind [man]?
shall = will.
above. Greek huper. App-104 .
master = teacher. Greek. didaskalos. App-98 .
perfect = set to rights (by his instruction being complete). See App-125 .
beholdest. See App-133 .
mote . . . beam. See notes on Matthew 7:3 .
canst thou . . . ? = art thou able?
out of. Greek. ek. App-104 . Not the same word a in verses: Luke 17:19 .
is known = gets to be known. Greek ginosko. App-132 . by. Greek. ek. App-104 .
his = its.
of = from. Greek. ek. App-104 .
bramble bush. Greek. batos. Occurs outside Lake and Acts only in Mark 12:26 . It is the same word in Exodus 3:2-2.3.4 (Septuagint).
of = out of. Greek. ek. App-104 . Compare Isaiah 32:6 .
Lord, Lord. Figure of speech Epizeuxis ( App-6 ), for emphasis App-98 . B. a.
Whosoever = Every one. Figure of speech Synecdoche (of Genus), App-6 . Put for those only who come. to. Greek. pros. App-104 .
sayings = words. Plural of logos. Not the same word a in Luke 7:1 . See note on Mark 9:32 .
I will shew . . . is like . Peculiar to Luke.
digged deep . Greek. digged and deepened. Figure of speech Hendiadys ( App-6 ), for emphasis: i.e. he dug-yea, he dug deep.
a = the. rock. Greek petra. As in Matthew 16:18 .
flood, or inundation . Greek plemmura. Only here in N. T
stream = river. Greek. potamos.
beat vehemently = burst or brake. A medical term for a rupture.
for, &c. All the texts read "on account of (Greek. dia ) its being well built".
upon . Greek. epi. App-104 .
doeth not . The Negative expresses the feeling = doth not wish to do them.
it fell. All the texts read sunepesen for epesen, i.e. it collapsed.
ruin = breaking up. Another medical word.
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