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Bible Commentaries

Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament

Hebrews 5

Introduction

1:1 formerly (g-11) Or 'of old.'

Verse 5

5:5 thee. (a-30) See Psalms 2:7 .

Verse 6

5:6 ever (b-14) Eis ton aiona . 'into the age.' Not eis to dienekes , as in chs. 7.3; 10.1,12,14; this last is continuing uninterruptedness more than there being no end, though it may so continue. Melchisedec. (c-20) See Psalms 110:4 .

Verse 7

5:7 of (d-24) Ek , 'out of,' not 'from.' piety;) (e-38) Or 'fear,' as some translate; and then well rendered, as in A.V., 'in that he feared.'

Verse 8

5:8 Son, (f-4) Alluding to the citation of Psalms 2:0 just above.

Verse 9

5:9 author (g-12) Lit. 'a causer,' 'one who caused.'

Verse 10

5:10 by (h-2) Or 'saluted of'

Verse 13

5:13 partakes (i-5) 'Partakes,' ch. 5.13 is metecho . 'Partakers,' ch. 6.4, is metochos , see Note q, ch. 2.14.

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Darby, John. "Commentary on Hebrews 5". "John Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament". https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/eng/dsn/hebrews-5.html. 1857-67.