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1:11 away (a-14) In those days conquerors transported conquered nations to distant seats, and replaced them by others, that national feeling might not subsist, but dependence be complete. 'Carrying away' is feeble for this, but I know no other word.
12:7 is. (e-7) See ch. 9.13.
12:9 away (f-3) The Greek always implies a change of place -- leaving one and going to another, as chs. 15.29; 17.20, 'transported.'
12:15 knowing (a-3) Ginosko , ver. 15, objective knowledge. In ver. 25 it is Oida , conscious knowledge. See Note, 1 Corinthians 8:1 .
12:17 saying, (b-13) Isaiah 42:1-4 .
12:20 forth (c-18) The word is the same here as 'brings forth,' ver. 35, and 'brings out,' ch. 13.52. It signifies 'putting forth' as much as 'bringing forth.' It means that judgment was hid, and 'shut up among his treasures' (see Deuteronomy 32:34 ), and in due time it will be produced, without saying he brings it with him, or sends it without coming. It is brought out and displayed in its time. unto (d-20) Eis . it directs the mind to the point to be reached.
12:24 by (e-16) En , lit. 'in the power of.' see Note c, ch. 3.11.
12:25 knowing (a-3) Ginosko , ver. 15, objective knowledge. In ver. 25 it is Oida , conscious knowledge. See Note, 1 Corinthians 8:1 .
12:35 forth (a-10) See Note, ver. 20.
12:36 of (b-19) See Note d, 1 Peter 3:15 .
12:41 Ninevites (c-1) Lit. 'men Ninevites.' preaching (d-20) Lit. 'heralding,' as Romans 16:25 .
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