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1:2 He (c-1) In John, the personal pronoun, generally emphatic in Greek where inserted, is used so constantly that it can hardly be considered such in many cases, but certain instances which are considered to be more definitely emphatic are given in italics. The same spirit of emphasis causes the very frequent use of ekeinos for the third person ('he,' 'they,' c.). Its sense is 'that,' contrasted with 'this,' and hence is emphatic as 'that man' in English, sometimes having the sense of 'such a one as that.' A number of cases where this word also is used emphatically have also been indicated.
17:2 authority (h-6) Exousia . see Note a, ch. 10.18.
17:3 the (i-4) I add the article, because it throws the emphasis on 'eternal,' as in the Greek.
17:5 with (k-8) with (k-17) 'Along with' as to presence and place.
17:6 manifested (l-3) Phanero , as chs. 2.11; 9.3; 21.1,14.
17:8 words (m-3) Rhema , the divine communications, see Note, v. 14. known (n-20) Objective knowledge.
17:12 perdition, (a-31) 'Perished' and 'perdition' are verb and noun from one Greek root. they show what Judas belonged to.
17:14 word, (b-6) Logos . the word of God in testimony, see 1 Corinthians 1:5 , distinct from Rhema , the divine communications, ver. 8.
17:17 word (b-7) Logos . the word of God in testimony, see 1 Corinthians 1:5 , distinct from Rhema , the divine communications, ver. 8.
17:19 by (c-13) Or 'in' or 'in the power of truth.' En . see Matthew 3:11 .
17:20 on (d-15) Eis . see Note, 2 Timothy 1:12 .
17:25 Father, (e-2) Or 'of the world righteous Father! -- And,' &c.
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