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Bible Commentaries

Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament

Luke 5

Introduction

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

Verse 1

5:1 standing (a-21) Or 'he was standing also.'

Verse 5

5:5 Master, (b-7) 'One who is over others,' not 'teacher.' see ch. 9.33. Only used of Christ and only by Luke.

Verse 7

5:7 partners (c-6) Metochos , ver. 7; koinonos , ver. 10. see Notes, Hebrews 2:14 .

Verse 10

5:10 partners (c-15) Metochos , ver. 7; koinonos , ver. 10. see Notes, Hebrews 2:14 .

Verse 13

5:13 touched (d-7) As Mark 1:41 .

Verse 16

5:16 praying. (e-13) Lit. 'And (or 'But') he was withdrawing himself in the deserts and praying.' He was at that time waiting, occupied with prayer.

Verse 17

5:17 Lord's (f-43) 'Jehovah.'

Verse 24

5:24 power (a-12) Exousia . as Matthew 10:1 .

Verse 36

5:36 new (b-16) 'New' is kainos , when used here of 'garment,' neos of 'wine.' see Note, Hebrews 12:24 . rend (c-26) Or 'cut up.'

Verse 37

5:37 new (b-5) 'New' is kainos , when used here of 'garment,' neos of 'wine.' see Note, Hebrews 12:24 .

Verse 39

5:39 new, (b-11) 'New' is kainos , when used here of 'garment,' neos of 'wine.' see Note, Hebrews 12:24 .

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