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LUKE VII. 34-40.
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a The Son of man is come eating and looked up, and saw him, and said drinking; and ye say, Behold a glut- unto him, Zaccheus, make haste, and tonous man, and a winebibber, a friend come down; for to-day I must abide of Publicans and sinners!
at thy house, Luke xix. 2-5. And [The Son of man came eating and when they saw it
, they all murmured, drinking; and they say, Behold
a saying, That he was gone to be guest man gluttonous, and a winebibber, a
with a man that is a sinner, 7.
b There came unto him a woman friend of Publicans and sinners, Matt. xi. 19.)
having an alabaster box of very . See on Matt. xi. ver. 19.
precious ointment, and poured it on
his head as he sat at meal, Matt. VER. 35.
xxvi. 7. and Mark xiv. 3. Και εδικαιώθη η σοφία από των τέκνων
VER. 38. αυτής πάντων. .
Και στάσα παρά τους πόδας αυτού a But wisdom is justified of all her | oπίσω, κλαίουσα, ήρξατο βρέχειν τους πόchildren.
δας αυτού τοϊς δάκρυσι, και ταϊς θριξί της [But wisdom is justified of her | κεφαλής αυτής εξέμασσε, και κατεφίλει children, Matt. xi. 19. ]
τους πόδας αυτού, και ήλειφε το μύρο. a See on Matt. xi. ver. 19. clause 3. And stood at his feet behind him weep
ing, and began to wash a his feet with VER. 36.
tears, and did wipe them with the hairs 'Hpéta dé tis aŭtor Tõv Dapioaiw, iva of her head, und kissed his feet, and φάγη μετ' αυτού και εισελθών εις την οι- αποinted them with the ointment. κίαν του Φαρισαίου, ανεκλίθη.
a Let a little water, I pray you, be a And one of the Pharisees desired fetched, and wash your feet, and rest him that he would eat with him. And yourselves under the tree, Gen. xviii. 4. he went into the Pharisee's house, and He riseth from supper, and laid aside sat down to meut.
his garments; and took a towel, and a And as he spake, a certain Pha- girded himself: After that, he pourrisee besought him to dine with him : eth water into a bason, and began to and he went in, and sat down to meat, wash the disciples' feet, and to wipe Luke xi. 37. And it came to pass, as
them with the towel wherewith be he went into the house of one of the
was girded, John xiii. 4, 5. chief Pharisees to eat bread on the
VER. 39. sabbath day, that they watched him, xiv. 1.
ιδών δε ο Φαρισαίος ο καλέσας αυτόν, VER. 37.
είπεν εν εαυτώ, λέγων· Ούτος, εί ήν προΚαι ιδού, γυνή εν τη πόλει, ήτις ήν αμαρ- γυνή ήτις άπτεται αυτού· ότι αμαρτωλός
φήτης, εγίνωσκεν άν τις και ποταπή ή τωλός, επιγνούσα ότι ανάκειται εν τη οικία | έστι. του Φαρισαίου, κομίσασα αλάβαστρον μύρου, ,
Now when the Pharisee which had And, behold, a woman in the city,
bidden him saw it, he spake within himwhich was a á sinner, when she knew self, saying, This man, if he were a prothat Jesus sat at meat in the Pharisee's phet, would have known who and what house, brought an b alabaster box of him:
for a she is a sinner.
manner of woman this is that toucheth ointment, a And, behold, there was a man nam
a See on ver. 37. clause 1. ed Zaccheus, which was the chief
VER. 40. among the Publicans, and he was rich. And be sought to see Jesus
Και αποκριθείς ο Ιησους, είπε προς αυwho he was; and could not for the tóv, Sipar, 8xx cos i simsiv. 'o de por press, because he was little of sta
Διδάσκαλε, είπε. ture. And he ran before, and climbed And Jesus a answering said unto him, up into a sycamore-tree to see him ; Simon, I have somewhat for he was to pass that way. And thee. And he saith, Master, suy on. when Jesus came to the place, he a See on Matt. ix, ver. 4. clause 1.
judgment. . So Absalom stole the VER. 41.
hearts of the men of Israel, 2 Sam. Δύο χρεωφειλέται ήσαν δανειστη τιι: xv. 4–6. And all the people went ο είς ώφειλε δηνάρια πεντακόσια, ο δε έτε over Jordan.
And when the king ρος πεντήκοντα.
was come over, the king kissed BarThere was a certain creditor which zillai, and blessed him, and he rehad two debtors: the one owed five hun- turned unto his own place, xix. 39. dred * pence, and the other fifty. Now he that betrayed him gave them * See margin of Matt. xviii. 28. a sign, saying, Whomsoever I shall
kiss, that same is he: hold him fast, VER. 42.
VER. 46. Μη εχόντων δε αυτών αποδούναι, αμφοτέροις έχαρίσατο. Τίς ούν αυτών, είπε, 'Ελαίω την κεφαλήν μου ουκ ήλειψας πλείον αυτόν αγαπήσει;
αύτη δε μύρω ήλειψέ μου τους πόδας. And when they had nothing to pay,
a My head with oil thou didst not he frankly forgave them both. Tell me
anoint : but this woman hath unointed my therefore, which of them will love him feet with ointment.
a Let thy garments be always white; VER. 43.
and let thy head lack no ointment, 'Αποκριθείς δε ο Σίμων, είπεν. Υπολαμ- | Eccl. ix. 8. But thou, when thou βάνω ότι και το πλείον έχαρίσατο. ο δε εί- fastest, anoint thine head, and wash πεν αυτώ ορθώς έκρινας,
thy face, Matt. vi. 17. Simon answered and said, I suppose
VER. 47. that he, to whom he forgave most. And he said unto him, Thou hast nightly judged. | τίαι αυτής α: πολλαι, ότι ηγάπησε πολύ
ου χάριν, λέγω σοι, αφέωνται αι αμαρVER. 44.
ώ δε ολίγον αφίεται, ολίγον αγαπά. Και στραφείς προς την γυναίκα, το Σί Wherefore I say unto thee, a Her sins, μων έφη: Βλέπεις ταύτην την γυναίκα; | which are many, αre forgiven ; for she εισήλθόν σου εις την οικίαν, ύδωρ επι τους | loved much : but to whom little is formódas uov oủx i donar airn de trois táx- given, the same loveth little. ρυσιν έβρεξε μου τους πόδας, και ταϊς θριξη a See on Matt. vi. ver. 12. clause 1. της κεφαλής αυτής εξέμαξε.
VER. 48. And he turned to the woman, and
Είπε δε αυτή· 'Αφέωνταί σου αι αμαρsaid unto Simon, Seest thou this woman?
τίαι. I entered into thine house, thou gavest me no water for my feet: but she hath
And he said unto her, Thy sins are washed my feet with tears, and wiped forgiven.
VER. 49. them with the hairs of her head.
Και ήρξαντο οι συνανακείμενοι λέγειν εν VER. 45.
εαυτοίς· Τίς ούτός έστιν ός και αμαρτίας Φίλημά μοι ουκ έδωκας" αύτη δε, αφ' αφίησιν ; ής εισήλθον, ου διέλιπε καταφιλούσα μου
And they that sat at meat with him τους πόδας.
began to say within themselves, a Who is Thou a gavest me no kiss : but this this that forgiveth sins also ? tooman,
since the time I came in hath a See on Mark ii. ver. 7. not ceased to kiss my feet.
VER. 50. a Absalom said moreover, Oh that Ιwere made judge in the land, that | σέσωκέ σε πορεύoυ εις ειρήνην.
Είπε δε προς την γυναίκα: “Η πίστις σου every man which hath any suit or cause might come unto me, and I
And he said to the woman, a Thy would do him justice! And it was so, faith hath saved thee; bgo in peace. that when any man came nigh to him a See on Matt. xv. ver. 28. clause 2. to do bim obeisance, he put forth his • Therefore being justified by faith, band, and took him, and kissed him. we have peace with God, through our And on this manner did Absalom to Lord Jesus Christ: By whom also we all Israel that came to the king for have access by faith into this grace
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LUKE VII, 50.-VIII. 1-7.
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wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope sea ; and the whole multitude was by of the glory of God, Rom. v. 1, 2. the sea on the land. And he taught CHAP. VIII.–VER. 1.
them many things by parables, and
said unto them in his doctrine, Mark Και εγένετο εν τω καθεξής, και αυτός | iv. 1,2.] διώδευε κατά πόλιν και κώμην, κηρύσσων a See on Matt. xiii. ver. 2, 3. και ευαγγελιζόμενος την βασιλείας του Θεού και οι δώδεκα συν αυτώ.
VER. 5. And it came to pass afterward, that
Εξήλθεν ο σπείρων του σπείραι τον * he went throughout every city and vil- | σπόρον αυτού και εν τω σπείρειν αυτόν, και lage, b preaching and shewing the glad MÈ iTETE wapà tin idòv, nai xaTITAtidings of the kingdom of God: and | τήθη, και τα πετεινά του ουρανού κατέd the twelve were with him.
φαγεν αυτό. . a See on Matt. iv. ver.23, clause 1. a A sower went out to sow his seed :
See on chap. ii. ver. 10, clause 1. and as he sowed, some fell by the way c See on Matt. iii. ver. 2. clause 2. side ; and it was trodden down, and the a See on Matt. x. ver. 2-4. fowls of the air devoured it.
[Behold, a sower went forth to sow : VER. 2.
And when he sowed, some seeds fell Και γυναϊκές τινες, αι ήσαν τεθεραπευ- by the way side, and the fowls carne pivat årò niveupeátov Fomgão, xai đohen and devoured them up, Matt, xiii. rosav, Magía á xanovuém Maydaamun, kq' 3,4. Hearken ; Behold, there went ης δαιμόνια επτά εξεληλύθει,
out a sower to sow: And it came to * And certain women, which had been pass, as he sowed, some fell by the healed of evil spirits and infirmities, way side, and the fowls of the air Mary called Magdulene, out of whom came and devoured it up, Mark iv. went seven devils,
3, 4.] See on Matt. xxvii. ver. 55, 56. a See on Matt. xiii. yer. S, 4. VER. S.
VER. 6. Και Ιωάννα γυνή Χουζα επιτρόπου “Ηρώ Και έτερον έπεσεν επί την πέτραν, και δου, και Σουσάννα, και έτεραι πολλαι, αι'- | φυέν έξηράνθη, διά το μή έχειν ικμάδα. τινες διηκόνουν αυτώ από των υπαρχόντων a And some fell upon a rock; and us αυταίς. .
soon as it wus sprung up, it withered And Joanna the wife of Chuza He- away, because it lacked moisture. rod's steward, and Susanna, and many [Some fell upon stony places, where others, which ministered unto him of they had not much earth; and forththeir substance.
with they sprung up, because they VER. 4.
had no deepness of earth, Matt. xiii. Συνιόντος δε όχλου πολλού, και των | where it had not much earth; and
5. And some fell on stony ground, κατά πόλιν επισορευομένων προς αυτόν, είπε δια παραβολής
immediately it sprang up, because it
had no depth of earth, Mark iv. 5.] 3 And when much people were gu a See on Matt. xiii. ver. 5, 6. thered together, and were come to him
VER. 7. out of every city, he spake by a parable :
Και έτερον έπεσεν εν μέσω των ακανθών, , (The same day went Jesus out of
συμφυείσαι αι άκανθει απέπνιξαν
autó. the house, and sat by the sea-side. And great multitudes were gathered
a And some fell among thorns ; and together unto him, so that he went the thorns sprang up with it, and choked into a ship, and sat; and the whole it. multitude stood on the shore. And [And some fell among thorns; and he spake many things unto them in the thorns sprung up, and choked parables, Matt. xiii. 1-3. And he them, Matt. xiii. 7. And some fell began again to teach by the sea- among thorns; and the thorns grew side: and there was gathered unto up and choked it, and it yielded no him a great multitude, so that he fruit, Matt. iv. 7.] entered into a ship, and sat in the a See on Mark ziii. ver. 7.
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LUKE vilj. 8-13.
are without all these things are done VER. 8.
in parables : That seeing they may Kai (Tepov ŠTETEY é coi tho you thy sya. see, and not perceive; and hearing Fiv, xai quày étroinge raption énatyta-they may hear, and not understand ; σπλασίονα. Ταύτα λέγων, έφώνει: “Ο έχων | lest at any time they should be conώτα ακούειν, άκουέτω.
verted, and their sins should be fora And other fell on good ground, and given them, Mark iv. 11, 12.]
a See on Matt. xiii. ver. 11, 12. sprang up, and bare fruit an hundredfold. And when he had said these things,
VER. 11. he cried, He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.
"Εστι δε αύτη ή παραβολή: “Ο σπόρος, (But other fell into good ground, and ictiv o abyog toữ Otū. brought forth fruit, some an hundred Now the parable is this: a The seed is fold, some sixty-fold, some thirty- the word of God. fold. Who hath ears to hear, let him [Hear ye therefore the parable of hear, Matt. xiii. 8, 9. And other fell the sower, Matt. xiii. 18. The sower on good ground, and did yield fruit soweth the word, Mark iv. 14.] that sprang up and increased, and a See on Mark iv. ver. 14. brought forth, some thirty, and some sixty, and some an hundred. And he
VER. 12. said unto them, He that hath ears to Οι δε παρά την οδον, εισίν οι ακούοντες: hear, let him hear, Mark iv. 8, 9.] είτα έρχεται ο διάβολος, και αίρει τον λόa See on Matt. xiii. ver. 8, 9. γον από της καρδίας αυτών, ίνα μη πιστεύ
σαντες σωθώσιν. . VER. 9. 'Επηρώτων δε αυτόν οι μαθηταί αυτού,
a Those by the way side are they that λέγοντες, τις εϊη ή παραβολή αυτη;
hear; then cometh the devil, and taketh
away the word out of their hearts, lest And his disciples asked him, saying, they should believe and be suved. What might this purable be ?
(When any one heareth the word [And the disciples came, and said of the kingdom, and understandeth it unto him, Why speakest thou unto not, then cometh the wicked one, and them in parables? Matt. xiii. 10. And catcheth away that which was sown when he was alone, they that were in his heart. This is he which reabout him with the twelve asked of ceived seed by the way side, Matt. him the parable, Mark iv. 10.] xiii. 19. And these are they by the
way side, where the word is sown; VER. 10.
but when they have heard, Satan 'O 8è el ney• 'rhiv sidotas yövai tà cometh immediately, and taketh away μυστήρια της βασιλείας του Θεού τοϊς δε the word that was sownin their hearts, λοιπούς εν παραβολαίς» να βλέποντες μη | Mark iv. 15.] βλέπωσι, και ακούοντες μη συνιώσιν. a See on Matt. xiii. ver. 19. a And he said, Unto you it is given to
VER. 13. know the inysteries of the kingdom of God: but to others in parables; that
Οι δε επί της πέτρας, ου, όταν ακούseeing they might not see, and hearing σωσι, μετά χαράς δέχονται τον λόγον they might not understand.
και ούτοι ρίζαν ουκ έχουσιν, οι πρός καιρόν [He answered and said unto them, πιστεύουσι, και εν καιρώ πειρασμού αφίBecause it is given unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of hea.
a They on the rock are they, which, ven, but to them it is not given. when they hear, receive the word with Therefore speak I to them in para- joy; and these have no root, which for a bles: because they seeing, see not; while believe, and in time of temptation and hearing, they hear not; neither fall away. do they understand, Matt. xiii. 11, 12. (But he that received the seed into And he said unto them, Unto you it stony places, the same is he that hearis given to know the mystery of the eth the word, and anon with joy rekingdom of God: but unto them that ceiveth it: Yet hath he not root in
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LUKE VII. 13-15.
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himself, but dureth for a while ; for some thirty-fold, some sixty, and some when tribulation or persecution aris an hundred, Mark iv. 20.) eth because of the word, by and by he a See on Matt. xiii. ver. 23. is offended, Matt. xiii. 20, 21. And b But this shall be the covenant that these are they likewise which are I will make with the house of Israel ; sown on stony ground; who, when after those days, saith the LORD, I they have heard the word, immediate- will put my law in their inward parts, ly receive it with gladness ; And and write it in their hearts, Jer. xxxi. have no root in themselves, and so 33. A new heart also will I give endure but for a time:afterward, when you, and a new spirit will I put withaffliction or persecution ariseth for the in you: and I will take away the stony word's sake, immediately they are
heart out of your flesh, and I will give offended, Mark iv. 16, 17.]
you an heart of flesh, Ezek. xxxvi.
26. a See on Matt. xiii. ver. 20, 21. For I know that in me (that is, in my
flesh) dwelleth no good thing: for to VER. 14.
will is present with me; but how to Το δε εις τας ακάνθας πεσόν, ούτοι εισιν | perform that which is good I find οι ακούσαντες, και υπό μεριμνών και πλού- Hot, Rom. vii. 18. του και ηδονών του βίου πορευόμενοι συμ < But he said, Yea, rather blessed πνίγονται, και ου τελεσφορούσι.
are they that hear the word of God, * And that which fell among thorns and keep it, Luke xi. 28. My foot are they, which, when they have heard, bath held his steps : his way have I go forth, and are choked with cares and kept, and not declined. Neither have riches and pleasures of this life, and of his lips ; I have esteemed the
I gone back from the commandment bring no fruit to perfection.
words of his mouth more than my (He also that received seed among necessary food, Job xxiii. 11, 12. the thorns is he that heareth the Blessed is the man that walketh not word; and the care of this world, in the counsel of the ungodly, nor and the deceitfulness of riches, choke standeth in the way of sinners, nor the word, and he becometh unfruit. sitteth in the seat of the scornful : ful, Matt. xiii. 22. And these are But his delight is in the law of the they which are sown among thorns ; LORD; and in his law doth he medisuch as hear the word, and the cares tate day and night. And he shall be of this world, and the deceitfulness of like a tree planted by the rivers of riches, and the lusts of other things water, that bringeth forth his fruit entering in, choke the word, and it in his season : his leaf also shall not becometh unfruitful, Mark iv. 18, 19.] wither; and whatsoever he doeth a See on Matt. xiii. ver. 22.
shall prosper, Psal. i. 1-3. Thy
word have I hid in mine heart, that VER. 15.
I might not sin against thee, cxix. 11. Το δε εν τη καλή γη, ουτοί εισιν οίτινες | Therefore I love thy commandments év xapdiq naxã xai ayahn, åxsúcartes tèt above gold, yea, above fine gold. λόγον, κατέχουσι, και καρποφορoύσιν έν Therefore I esteem all thy precepts υπομονή. .
concerning all things to be right; and a But that on the good ground are
I hate every false way. Thy testithey, which bin an honest and good
monies are wonderful : therefore doth heart, having heard the word, C keep it, my soul keep them, 127-129. He d und bring forth fruit with patience.
that hath my commandments, and
keepeth them, he it is that loveth me; (But he that received seed into the and he that loveth me shall be loved good ground is he that heareth the of my Father ; and I will love him, word, and understandeth it; which , and will manifest myself to him. Jualso beareth fruit, and bringeth forth, das saith unto him (not Iscariot,) some an hundred-fold, some sixty, Lord, how is it that thou wilt mani. some thirty, Matt. xiii. 23. And fest thyself unto us, and not unto the these are they which are sown on world? Jesus answered and said good ground ; such as hear the word, unto him, If a man love me, he will and receive it, and bring forth fruit, keep my words ; and my Father will