when the sabbath was past: i.e. the weekly sabbath. This was three nights and three days from the preparation day, when He was buried. See App-156.
had bought. Before the weekly sabbath (Luke 23:56; Luke 24:1).
sweet spices = aromatics.
first (day) of the week. Greek. the first of the Sabbath.
came = come.
unto = up to. Greek. epi. App-104.,
sepulchre. See Mark 15:46.
at the rising, &a = the sun having risen.
among = to. Greek. pros. App-104.
Who shall roll, &c. ? That was their only difficulty; therefore they could not have heard about the sealing and the watch. This is a Divine supplement, peculiar to Mark.
shall = will.
roll us away. The ground being on an incline (sideways), therefore the door was more easily closed than opened.
from = cut of (Gk. ek. App-104.): out of the bottom of the incline. Not the same word as in Mark 16:8. L and TR read apo (App-104.), away from, as in Mark 16:8.
looked = looked up. Greek. anablepo. App-133.
saw = see (implying attention, surprise, andpleasure). Greek. theoreo. App-133.
was = had been.
into = Greek. eis App-104.
on = in. Greek. en. App-104. Not the same word as in Mark 16:18.
long . . . garment. Greek. stole a longouter robe of distinction.
affrighted = amazed.
not. Greek. me. App-105. Not the same as in the next clause and verses: Mark 16:14, Mark 16:18.
Which was crucified = Who has been crucified. Note the Figure of speech Asyndeton (App-6), leading up breathlessly to the climax = "there shall ye see Him". Thus the passage is emphasized; and the "sudden reduction of ands" "is not "an internal argument against genuineness"!
not. Greek. ou. App-105.
behold = look Greek. ide, App-133.:3.
and Peter. A Divine supplement, here.
see. Greek. opsomai. App-133. a
as = even as.
from = away from. Greek. apo. App-104.
Now when Jesus was risen, &c. For the sequence of events after the Resurrection, see App-166. For the genuineness of these last twelve verses (9-20) of Mark, see App-168.
early : i.e. any time after sunset on our Saturday, 6pm. See App-165.
appeared. Greek. phaino. App-106. Not the same word as in Mark 16:12.
out of = from. Greek. apo. App-104.
devils = demons.
with = in company with. Greek -meta. App-104. Not the same word as in Mark 16:20.
was alive = is alive [again from the dead]. See note on zao. Matthew 9:18.
seen. Greek. theaomai. App-133.
of = by. Greek. hupo. App-104.
believed not = disbelieved [it].
After. Greek. meta. App-104.
that = these things.
appeared = was manifested. Greek. phaneroo. App-106. Not the same word as in Mark 16:9.
in. Greek en. App-104.
another = different. Greek. heteros. App-124.
of = out of. Greek. ek. App-104.
as they walked, &c. See .
Afterward, &c. = Later. Greek. husteron. A Divine supplement, here.
upbraided = reproached.
He said. Probably some time after Mark 16:14, on the eve of the Ascension.
world = kosmos. App-129.
preach = proclaim. Greek. kerusso. App-121.
the gospel = the glad tidings.
every creature = all the creation. Put by Figure of speech Snec doche (of Genus), App-6, for all mankind.
Fulfilled during "that generation". See Colossians 1:6, Colossians 1:23.
believeth. Seo App-150., i.
baptized. See App-115.
believeth not = disbelieveth.
damned = condemned. Greek. katakrino. App-122.
these signs shall follow = these signs shall attend, or follow close upon. See App-167and Hebrews 2:3, Hebrews 2:4, and the fulfilment in Acts 3:7, Acts 3:8; Acts 5:16; Acts 6:8; Acts 9:34, Acts 9:40, &c. They were limited to the dispensation covered by the Acts of the Apostles. See Hebrews 2:3, Hebrews 2:4; Hebrews 6:1-6; and compare 1 Corinthians 13:8-10.
them that believe. Not merely the Apostles, therefore. See App-168.
In = Through. Greek. en. App-104.
In My name. Note the Figure of speech Asyndeton, App-6.
shall they cast out devils. See Acts 8:7; Acts 16:18; Acts 19:11-16.
speak with new tongues. See (as foretold by Joel 2:28, Joel 2:29); Mark 10:46; Mark 19:6. 1 Corinthians 12:28; and Mar 14.
new = different in character. Greek. kainos, not neos. See notes on Matthew 9:17; Matthew 26:28, Matthew 26:29,
They shall take up serpents. See Acts 28:5. Compare Luke 10:19.
if they drink, &c. The condition to be seen by the result. App-118.
drink, &c. Eusebius (iii. 39) records this of John and of Barsabas, surnamed Justus.
not = by no means. Greek. ou me. App-105.
lay hands on (Greek. epi. App-104.)
the sick. See Acts 3:7; Acts 19:11, Acts 19:12; Acts 2:8, Acts 2:9, Acts 2:10. c. 1 Corinthians 12:9, 1 Corinthians 12:28. James 5:14.
the Lord. App-98. C. The contrast is between the Lord of Mark 16:19, and the disciples of Mark 16:20.
heaven = the heaven. Singular. See notes on Matthew 6:9, Matthew 6:10.
on = at. Greek. ek. App-104.
God. See App-98.
every where. See Colossians 1:6, Colossians 1:23.
the LORD = Jehovah (App-89. A. b). The witness of "God" is distinguished (in Hebrews 2:4) from the testimony of His Son (Hebrews 2:3), and from the gifts of the Spirit (pneuma hagion, App-101.) (Hebrews 2:4).
confirming, &c. See Hebrews 2:4.
the word. Greek. Logos. See note on Mark 9:32.
with = by means of. Greek. dia. App-104. Mark 16:1. d
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