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into . Greek. eis . App-104 .
coasts = confines, or borders.
by. Greek. dia . App-104 .
farther aide = other side
people = crowds.
unto . Greek. pros . App-104 .
taught = began teaching.
Pharisees . App-120 .
Is it lawful . ? = If it is lawful. ? Putting the condition as a simple hypothesis. App-118 .
a man = a husband. Greek. aner . App-123 . Not the same word as in Mark 10:7 ,
answered and said . See note on Deuteronomy 1:41 .
Moses. See note on Mark 1:44 .
suffered = allowed.
a bill of divorcement. Reference to Pentateuch (Deuteronomy 24:1 ).
a bill . Greek. biblion (Dim), a little book or scroll. Latin. libeilus , whence one "libel" = a written accusation.
Jesus. App-98 .
For = In view of. Greek. pros. App-104 . Not the Same word as in verses: Mark 10:22 , Mark 10:27 , Mark 10:45 ,
he wrote . See App-47 .
you = for you.
precept = (authoritative) mandate.
from the beginning of the creation. Therefore there could have been no creation of "man" before Adam. See note on John 8:44 .
God made them. Therefore no evolution. See Genesis 1:27 .
God , &c. App-98 .
For this cause , &c. = On account of this, &c. Quoted from Genesis 2:24 .
a man . Greek. anthropos. App-123 . Not the same word as in Mark 10:2 .
leave. Greek. kataleipo = to leave utterly, forsake. Not the some word as in Mark 10:29 .
cleave = shall he joined.
to. Greek pros. App-104 . Same word as in Mark 10:50 . Not the same as in verses: Mark 10:32-33 , Mark 10:46 .
twain = two, Anglo-Saxon twegen (= twain) is masculine, trd is feminine, and twa, or tu, is neut. So that "twain "is better, as the masculine takes precedence of feminine.
one = for, or unto. Greek. eis. App-104 . Not "become one" (as Revised Version)
but = shall be, or stand for one flesh.
no more = no longer. Greek. ouketi . Compound of ou . App-105 .
What , &c. Regarding the two as one. The con verse is true: what God hath divided, lot not man join together. Note the bearing of this on 2 Timothy 2:15 . not. Greek. me App-105 .
in . Greek. en . App-104 . (All the texts read eis , = into. App-104 ) Same word as in verses: Mark 10:21 , Mark 10:30 , Mark 10:32 , Mark 10:37 , Mark 10:52 . Not the same as in Mark 10:24 .
of = concerning. Greek. peri, App-104 .
shall = shall have.
against. Greek. epi. App-104 .
if a woman, &c. Condition being problematical, because not according to Jewish law; it was Greek and Roman law. See App-118 .
brought = were carrying. Impart tense i.e. as He went on His way.
children. Greek. paidia . App-108 .
rebuked = were reprimanding, Imperf. tense: i.e. as they were successively brought.
much displeased = indignant.
the kingdom of God. See App-114
Verily . See note on Matthew 5:18 .
not = by no means. See App-105 .
therein = into (as in Mark 10:1 , &c.) it.
He took, &c. = He kept taking, &c. A Divine supplement, here. Compare Matthew 19:13 and Luke 18:15 .
upon. Greek. epi. App-104 .
blessed = kept blessing. The word Occurs only here in the N.T. in this Tense.
running = running up. A Divine supplement, here.
kneeled = kneeling down. A Divine supplement, here.
Master = Teacher. App-98 .
what shall I do . Ever the question of the natural man, from Genesis 4:3 onward,
eternal . App-151 .
life. Greek. zoe. App-170 .
- Why callest , &c. Note the Figure of speech Anteisagoge, App-6 .
none . The 1611 edition of the Authorized Version reads "no man". Compound of App-105 .
knowest. App-132 .
the commandments , &c. If it is a matter of doing, ALL most be done. James 2:10 , James 2:11 . The Lord cites only some, and these not in order, to convict the questioner more readily: the seventh, sixth, eighth, ninth, and fifth.
Do not , &c. Quoted from Deuteronomy 5:17-20 .
Defraud not . This is a summary of what precedes. Compare Romans 13:7-10 .
all these. Not so. The command which follows convicts him of a breach of the tenth.
observed = been on my guard against.
from. Greek. ek. App-104 .
beholding = looking upon, as in Mark 10:21 . Greek. emblepo. App-133 .
loved. Greek. agapao. App-135 .
sell, &c. This was the tenth commandment. This command was suitable for the period prior to the rejection of the kingdom (see Mark 10:23 ), for the King Him- self was present, and what could any of His subjects lack? Compare Psalms 145:13-16 .
heaven. Singular. See note on Matthew 6:9 , Matthew 6:10 .
take up the cross. [L] T Tr. WH R omit these words.
at = upon [hearing]. Greek. epi. App-104 .
great = many.
hardly = difficultly. Because of their own reluc tance to part with riches: not from denial of God's mercy.
Children. Greek. Plural of teknon. App-108 .
how hard, &c. = how difficult: or, how hard [a struggle] it is, &c.
trust in = rely upon. Referring to feeling rather than to faith.
in = upon. Greek. epi. App-104 .
It is easier, &c. See notes on Matthew 19:24 .
through. Greek. dia. App-104 .Mark 10:1 .
among = to. Greek. pros. App-104 . Not the same word as in Mark 10:43 .
Who then . Expressing astonishment. Figure of speech Erotesis.
With . Greek. para. App-104 .
men. App-123 .
impossible. See Matthew 19:26 .
not . Greek. ou . App-105 .
began . See note on Mark 1:1 .
Lo. Figure of speech Asterismos. App-6 .
left. Greek. aphiemi = to leave behind, let go, disregard. Not the same word as in Mark 10:7 . or. Figure of speech Paradiastora. App-6 , particularising each.
time = season.
houses, &c. These details are a Divine supplement, here.
and . Note the Figure of speech Polysyndeton. App-6
with = in association
with (Greek. neeta. App-104 .)
with persecutions . Note this Divine supplement, here.
the world to come = the coming age (Greek. aion) . See App-129 and App-151 .
to = unto. Greek. eis . App-104 .
went = was going on.
were amazed. This sudden awe is a Divine supplement, here.
took = took aside.
again . This was the third announcement of His sufferings. For the others See Mark 8:31 ; Mark 9:31 , and Mark 10:45 .
Behold. Figure of speech Asterismos ( App-6 ), for emphasis.
go up = are going up.
and. Figure of speech Potysyndeton. App-8 .
the Son of man . See App-98 .
condemn. On. katakrino. App-122 .
And. Figure of speech Polyeyndeton, continued.
mock Him. This is a Divine supplement, here.
the third day . See App-144 , App-148 , and App-156 .
the sons = the [two] sons.
would = desire. Greek. thelo. App-102 .
desire = ask. App-134 .
sit = sit (in state).
on = at. Greek. ek. App-104 .
Thy glory. Wondrous faith, coming immediately after the third announcement of His sufferings and resurrection. It was not a "Jewish notion" that the kingdom which had been proclaimed was a grand reality. It was a revealed truth.
can ye drink . . . ? = are ye able to drink . . . ? the cup. Denoting the inward sufferings. Compare Matthew 26:39 .
the baptism. Denoting the outward suffering,
We can = We are able. And they were able, by grace. James (Acts 12:2 ); and John, if, according to tradition, he died in boiling oil.
but , &c. = but it is theirs for whom it is already prepared. Compare Matthew 20:23 .
much displeased = indignant.
with = concerning. Greek. peri. App-104 . Not the same word as in verses: Mark 10:27 , Mark 10:30 .
Ye know . Greek. Oida App-132 .
accounted to rule = deemed rulers.
among. Greek. en. App-104 . Not the same word as in Mark 10:26 .
will = desires. Greek. thelo. App-102 .
be = to become.
minister . Greek. diakonos, a free servant. Not the same word as in Mark 10:44 . Compare Mark 9:35 .
chiefest = first.
servant = bondsman. Not the same word as in Mark 10:4 . Note the Figure of speech Epitasis. App-6 .
to be ministered unto = to be served. Greek. diakonizo.
and to give . This is the fourth announcement of His sufferings. See the Structure F p. 1402.
life = soul. See App-110 .
for = instead of. Greek. anti . App-104 ,
Jericho. This is the second mention in N.T. Compare Matthew 20:20 , the first. Over 100,000 inhabitants (according to Epiphanius, Bishop of Cyprus, 368-403. Works vol. i. 702).
as He went out = as He was going out.
The three c ases of healing here were : (1) as He drew near (Luke 18:35 ); (2) "as He was going out"; and (3) after He had left "two" (not beggars) who sat by the wayside. See App-152 .
of = from. Greek. apo . App-104 .
blind. The wonder is, not that there were four, but that there were only four. Blindness and eye-diseasesare very common in the East; said to be one in five.
Bartimmus . Aramaic for "son of Timnus", as explained. See App-94 .
sat = was sitting.
by = beside. Greek. para. App-104 .
Son of David. See App-98 and note on Matthew 15:22 .
mercy = pity.
charged him, &c. = were reprimanding him, and told him to hold his tongue.
cried = kept crying.
stood still = stopped. commanded him, &o. Note the differences with the other cases. See App-162 .
comfort = courage.
casting away = casting aside. Compare Romans 11:15 ,
wilt = desirest, as in verses: Mark 10:43 , Mar 10:54 .
unto = for. (Dative case.)
Lord. Rabbonii. Compare App-98 . Aramaean for my Master", as in John 20:18 . See App-94 .
receive = regain.
made thee whole = saved thee.
immediately . See notes on Mark 1:10 , Mark 1:12 .
Jesus = Him. According to all the texts, and Syriac.
the way . Towards Jerusalem. Compare Mark 10:32 .
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