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Bible Commentaries

Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament

Luke 8

Introduction

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

Verse 2

8:2 Magdalene, (a-17) Or 'of Magdala.'

Verse 7

8:7 with (b-16) See Note, Romans 6:5 .

Verse 14

8:14 were, (c-8) Or 'into the thorns.' life, (d-27) Bios , life as such in this world.

Verse 15

8:15 who (e-10) Or 'who are such as;' so ver. 3.

Verse 24

8:24 Master, (a-10) See Note. ch. 5.5.

Verse 26

8:26 Gadarenes, (b-9) Or 'Gergesenes.' see Matthew 8:28 ; Mark 5:1 .

Verse 29

8:29 often (c-16) Or 'Of a long time.'

Verse 31

8:31 besought (d-3) Or 'he besought.' pit. (e-17) The word elsewhere translated 'abyss;' Romans 10:7 ; Revelation 9:1 , &c.

Verse 37

8:37 Gadarenes (b-11) Or 'Gergesenes.' see Matthew 8:28 ; Mark 5:1 .

Verse 40

8:40 gladly, (a-13) 'Received with welcome.' see Acts 15:4 . It is only used by Luke, ch. 9.11; Acts 2:41 ; Acts 15:4 ; Acts 18:27 ; Acts 24:3 ; Acts 28:30 .

Verse 44

8:44 touched (b-4) As Mark 1:41 .

Verse 45

8:45 Master, (c-17) As ver. 24.

Verse 46

8:46 touched (b-7) As Mark 1:41 .

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Darby, John. "Commentary on Luke 8". "John Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament". https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/eng/dsn/luke-8.html. 1857-67.