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Bible Commentaries

Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament

Luke 24

Introduction

1:2 attendants (c-11) Huperetes . see Note, 1 Corinthians 4:1 .

Verse 1

24:1 sabbath, (d-7) Or 'on the first [day] of the week.'

Verse 4

24:4 by (e-19) Same expression as 'was there by,' ch. 2.9. shining (f-22) As 'lightens,' ch. 17.24.

Verse 7

24:7 sinners, (g-14) Lit. 'men sinners.'

Verse 13

24:13 stadia (h-17) About 7 English miles.

Verse 16

24:16 know (a-10) As Matthew 11:27 .

Verse 19

24:19 Nazaraean, (b-18) Some read 'Nazarene,' as Mark 1:24 . prophet (c-22) Lit. 'a man, a prophet.'

Verse 20

24:20 judgment (d-14) See Note f, ch. 20.47.

Verse 21

24:21 was (e-7) Lit. 'is.'

Verse 30

24:30 gave (f-23) It has the sense of 'giving it into their hands,' as a letter. as ver. 42; ch. 4.17. He took the house-father's place, and blessed and gave it to them.

Verse 35

24:35 bread. (g-22) Or 'the loaf;' also ver. 30.

Verse 42

24:42 gave (a-3) Same as 'gave' in ver. 30. see Note.

Verse 43

24:43 it (b-4) Or 'took it before them and ate.'

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Darby, John. "Commentary on Luke 24". "John Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament". https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/eng/dsn/luke-24.html. 1857-67.