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into. Greek eis . App-104 . Not the same as Mark 6:53 .
His own country = His native country: i.e. Galilee, App-169 . This was His second visit (Matthew 13:54 ),
country . Greek. patris.
in. Greek. en. App-104 . Not the same word a in verses: Mark 6:8 , Mark 6:25 , Mark 6:55 .
mighty works = miracles. One of the renderings of dunamis (plural) App-172 .
wrought = come to pass.
by = by means of. Greek. dia . App-104 .Mark 6:1 .
not . Greek. ou . App-105 . Not the same word as in verses: Mark 6:9 , Mark 6:11 , Mark 6:34 .
the carpenter = the workman. Such terms used only by His rejecters. Occurs only here and Matthew 13:35 .
with. Greek. pros. App-104 .
were offended = stumbled. Greek. scandalizo .
at = in. Greek en. App-104 .
Jesus . App-98 .
A prophet , &c. Fig, Paraemia. App-6 .
but = except.
among. Greek. en. App-104 .
could there do no = was not (as in Mark 6:3 ) able to do any there. Nazareth saw most of the Lord, but profited least. App-169 .
save = except.
sick = infirm.
marvelled because of , &c. Occurs only in Mark. because of = on account of. Greek. dia . App-104 .Mark 6:2 .
called. The 1611 edition of the Authorized Version reads "calleth".
two and two. Greek. duo duo , Modern critics object that it is not good Greek to repeat the cardinal number for a distributive numeral. But it is found in Aeschylus and Sophocles, and in the Oxyrhynchus Papyri (Nos. 121 and 886). See Deisamann's Light, pp 124, 125.
power = authority. App-172 .
spirits. Greek plural of pneuma. See App-101 .
commanded = charged. See Matthew 10:5 , &c.
take = take up (as luggage).
for = with a view to. Greek. eis. App-104 .
staff . See note on Matthew 10:10 .
no . Greek. me . App-105 .
scrip . Sea note on Matthew 10:10 .
money . The only coins minted in Palestine then were copper. Compare Matthew 10:9 for a Divine supplement.
in. Greek. eis . App-104 . Not the same as in verses: Mark 6:2 , Mark 6:4 , Mark 6:11 , Mark 2:25 , Mark 2:27 , Mar 2:29 , Mar 2:47 , Mar 2:48 , Mar 2:55 , Mar 2:56 .
purse = belt or girdle. Occurs only here, and in Matthew 3:4 ; Matthew 10:9 . Matthew 1:6 ; Matthew 6:8 . Acts 21:1 Acts 21:1 .Revelation 1:13 ; Revelation 15:6 .
not . Greek. me. App-105 .
In what place soever = Wherever.
from that place = thence.
whosoever = whatever people.
shake off . Figure of speech paraemia . App-6 .
preached = proclaimed. See App-121 .1.
repent . See App-111 .
devils = demons
anointed with oil. Then a common practice. See James 1:14 .
Herod. See App-109 .
was risen = had been raised.
from = out front. Greek. ek . App-104 . See Matthew 17:9
the dead. No Art. Sec App-139 .
therefore = 0n account of ( App-104 .Mark 6:2; Mark 6:2 ) this.
said = were saying.
Elias = Elijah
prison = the prison.
for . . . sake = on account of. Greek. dia. App-104 .
had said = kept saying.
had a quarrel = kept cherishing a grudge.
would have = was desiring to. See App-102 .
knowing, Greek oida. App-132 . Not the same as in Mark 6:33 ; Mark 6:38 .
observed = kept him (John) safe [from her]: or, protected him; i.e. for the reason given. Occurs only here, and Matthew 9:17 . Luke 2:19 ; Luke 5:28 ,
did many things. T Trm. WH and R read "was at a loss [what to do)", or hesitated, or was much perplexed, reading eporei instead of epoie. Not the Syriac.
and = and [yet].
when a convenient day was come = a convenient day being come, when, &c
convenient = opportune. Only in Mark, and Hebrews 4:16 .
birthday . The notice of the banquet and guests is a Divine supplement.
lords = great men. Occurs only here, Revelation 6:15 , and Revelation 18:23 ,
high captains = chiliarchs (commanders of 1,000 men).
chief estates = the first, or leading [men].
the said Herodias = of Herodias herself.
damsel Greek. korasion, as in Mark 5:4 Mark 5:1 , Mark 5:42 .
wilt . See App-102 .
straightway = immediately. See note on Mark 1:12 . with. Greek. meta . App-104 .
with haste . Note how the opportunity was eagerly seized. See Mark 6:19 .
unto , Greek. pros. App-104 . Not the same as in Mark 6:23 , but the same as in verses: Mark 6:30 , Mark 6:33 , Mark 6:45 , Mar 30:48 , Mar 30:51
I will = I wish. See App-102 .
by and by = instantly.
in = upon. Greek. epi. App-104 .
a charger = a large flat dish. See note on Matthew 14:8 , Matthew 14:11 ,
immediately . See note on Mark 1:12 ,
an executioner . Greek. spekoulator. Occ only here. A Latin word (speculator) = a man who spies out; used of the Roman emperor's bodyguard (an armed detective body) round the emperor at banquets, &c. Herod adopted Roman customs.
was = became.
exceeding . This Divine supplement occurs only here.
would not = was unwilling to. App-102 .
a tomb = the tomb. See note on Matthew 27:60 .
apostles. First occurrence in Mark.
told = reported to.
Come . . . apart . See note on "withdrew" (Mark 3:7 .
people = crowds.
saw. Greek. eidon. App-133 .
knew = recognised. Greek. epiginosko. App-132 .
out of = from. Greek. apo . App-104 . Not the same word as in Mark 6:54 .
toward = upon. Greek. epi. App-104 .
having = conscious of (not) having.
was = had become already.
far passed = advanced.
buy . This was their highest thought. Note the answer ("Give").
nothing = not ( App-105 ) anything.
He = But He.
Give . This is the Lord's higher thought.
Shall we go, &c. This question and Christ's answer are a Divine supplement only here.
pennyworth. See App-51 .
knew = found out. Greek. ginosko. App-132 .
by companies = in table-parties: i.e. arranged in three sides of a square, as in a Jewish or Roman dining-room; the guests being seated on the outside and served from the inside. These were arranged in companies of 50 and of 100. Greek. sumposia sumposia . Figure of speech Epizeuxis ( App-6 ).
upon. Greek. epi. App-104 .,
green. This is a Divine supplement only here.
in rankest in divisions (like garden beds).
by . Greek. ana . App-104 . All the texts read kata . App-104 .
looked up . App-133 .
to = unto. Greek. eis . App-104 . .
heaven = the heaven. Singular. See Matthew 6:9 , Matthew 6:10 .
brake . . . gave . The former is the Aorist tense, recording the instantaneous act; the latter is the Imperfect tense, describing the continuous giving. This shows that the miraculous power was in the hands of Christ, between the breaking and the giving.
all . This is Divine supplement, only in Mark.
filled = satisfied. Compare Matthew 5:6 .
baskets . Greek kophinos = a Jewish wicker travel ling basket. The same word as in Mark 8:19 ; not the same word as in Mark 8:8 , Mark 8:20 .
of = from. Greek. apo . App-104 .
of the fishes. Only mentioned here.
men . Greek. aner, See App-123 . Not generic, but literally men (not women). See Matthew 14:21 .
ship = boat.
to = unto. Greek. eis . App-104 . (as in preceding clause).
Bethsaida . App-94 ., and App-169 .
a = the; denoting the well-known mountain. to pray. See App-134 .
on . Greek. epi . App-104 .
He saw He having seen. App-133 .
toiling = distressed. Greek. basanizo, translated "tor ment "(Mark 5:7 . Matthew 8:6 , Matthew 8:28 , Luke 8:28 , Revelation 9:5 ; Revelation 11:10 ; Revelation 14:1 Revelation 14:0 ; Revelation 20:10 . Compare Matthew 4:24 ).
about . Greek. peri App-104 . Not the same word as in Mark 6:44 .
the fourth watch . See App-51 .
upon. Greek. epi. App-104 .
would have passed by = wished ( App-102 .) to pass by. Only here.
a spirit. Greek. phantasma = a phantom. Compare Matthew 14:26 .
they all saw Him . A Divine supplement, here.
talked with them = spoke with them. Matthew and John = to them.
ceased = dropped. Compare Mark 4:39 .
sore = exceedingly.
For &c. Verse 52 is a Divine supplement, here.
the miracle of the loaves = concerning (Greek. epi . App-104 .) the loaves.
hardened. Referring to the habitual state.
into = upon. Greek. cpi, App-104 .
drew to the shore . A Divine supplement, here.
out of . Greek. ek. App-104 .
knew = recognised. App-132 . The result of Mark 5:20 .
beds = mats, or mattresses. See note on Mark 2:4 .
And, &c. Verse 56 is a Divine supplement,
here. = Country places.
the streets = the market-places. Compare Matthew 11:16 . besought. App-134 .
border . See Matthew 9:20 .
made whole = healed. Greek. sozo to save. Compare Luke 7:10 .
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