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LUKE V. 31-37.
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physician, but they that are sick, , when the bridegroom shall be taken Mark ii. 17.]
from them, and then shall they a See on Matt. ix. ver. 12.
fast in those days, Mark ii. 19, 20.]
a See on Matt. ix. ver. 15. VER. 32. Ουκ ελήλυθα καλέσαι δικαίους, αλλά
VER. 35. αμαρτωλούς, εις μετάνοιαν.
'Ελεύσονται δε ημέραι και όταν απαρθή a I came not to call the righteous, but am' avtão ó vuudios: róte vnoteúcourir sinners to repentance.
έν εκείναις ταϊς ημέραις. [But go ye and learn what that
But the days will come, when the meaneth, I will have mercy, and not bridegroom shall be taken away from sacrifice; for I am not come to call them, und then shall they fast in those the righteous, but sinners to repen
VER. 36. tance, Matt. ix. 13. I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to re
"Ελεγε δε και παραβολήν προς αυτούς pentance, Mark ii. 17.]
“Οτι ουδείς επίβλημα ιματίου καινού επιa See on Matt. ix. ver. 13.
βάλλει επί ιμάτιον παλαιόν» ει δε μήγε, ,
και το καινόν σχίζει, και το παλαιώ ου VER. 33.
συμφωνεί επίβλημα το από του καινού. Οι δε είπον προς αυτόν: Διατί οι μαθη And he spake also a parable unto ται Ιωάννου νηστεύουσι πυκνά, και δεήσεις | them ; 8 No man putteth a piece of a new TEOLOūrTas, ģpoimus xal oi täv Dapoalwr o gurment upon an old ; if otherwise, then δέ σοι έσθίουσι και πίνουσιν ;
both the new maketh a rent, and the And they said unto him, a Why do piece thať was taken out of the new the disciples of John fast often, und make agreeth not with the old. prayers, und likewise the disciples of
[No man putteth a piece of new the Pharisees ; but thine eat and drink? cloth unto an old garment; for that
which is put in to fill it up taketh [Then came to him the disciples of from the garment, and the rent is John, saying, Why do we and the made worse, Matt. ix. 16. No man Pharisees fast oft, but thy disciples also seweth a piece of new cloth on fast not, Matt. ix. 14. And the dis
an old garment: else the new piece ciples of John and of the Pharisees that filled it up taketh away from the used to fast: and they come and say old, and the rent is made worse, Mark unto him, Why do the disciples of ii. 21] John and of the Pharisees' fast, but
a See on Matt. ix. ver. 16.
Και ουδείς βάλλει οίνον νέον εις ασκούς
παλαιούς· ει δε μήγε, ρήξει ο νέος οίνος τους ο δε είπε προς αυτούς: Μη δύνασθε ασκούς, και αυτός έκχυθήσεται, και οι τους υιούς του νυμφώνος, εν και ο νυμφίος | ασκοί απολούνται. μετ' αυτών έστι, ποιήσαι νηστεύειν ;
a And no man putteth new wine into à And he said unto them, Can ye make old bottles ; else the new wine will burst the children of the bridechamber fast, the bottles, and be spilled, and the bottles while the bridegroom is with them?
shall perish. [And Jesus said unto them, Can [Neither do men put new wine into the children of the bridechamber old bottles; else the bottles break, mourn, as long as the bridegroom is and the wine runneth out, and the with them? but the days will come, bottles perish : but they put new when the bridegroom shall be taken wine into new bottles, and both are from them, and then shall they fast, preserved, Matt. ix. 17. And no man Matt. ix. 15. And Jesus said unto putteth new wine into old bottles, else them, Can the children of the bride- the new wine doth burst the bottles, chamber fast, while the bridegroom and the wine is spilled, and the bottles is with them? as long as they have will be marred: but new wine must the bridegroom with them, they can be put into new bottles, Mark ii. 22.) not fast. But the days will come, a See on Matt. ix. ver. 17.
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LUKE V. 38, 39.-V1.1-6.
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a And Jesus answering them said,
Have ye not read so much as this, what 'Arrà olvov véoy siç đoxonc naivoùg Camo David did, when himself was an hunger. τέον· και αμφότεροι συντηρούνται. ed, and they which were with him ;
But new wine must be put into new [But he said unto them, Have ye bottles; and both are preserved.
not read what David did when he VER. 39.
was an hungered, and they that were
with him, Matt. xii. 3. And he said Kai videis Fiày Tarasov, custws Dénel unto them, Have ye never read what véor a'éget váp: 'O narands XPnotóTepós David did, when he had need, and εστιν. .
was an hungered, he, and they that No man also having drunk old wine were with him, Mark ii. 25.] straightway desireth new : for he saith, à See on Matt. xii. ver. 3. The old is better.
Ως εισήλθεν εις τον οίκον του Θεού, "Εγένετο δε εν σαββάτω δευτεροπρώτο και τους άρτους της προθέσεως έλαβε, και διαπορεύεσθαι αυτόν δια των σπορίμων έφαγε, και έδωκε και τους μετ' αυτού· ούς και έτιλλον οι μαθηταί αυτού τους στά ουκ έξεστι φαγείν ει μή μόνους τους ιεχυας, και ήσθιον, ψώχοντες ταϊς χερσί. pers; And it came to pass on the second
a How he went into the house of God, sabbath after the first, a that he went and did take and eat the shew-bread, through the corn fields; and his dis- and gave also to them that were with ciples plucked the ears of corn, and did him ; which it is not lawful to eat, buť ext, rubbing them in their hands. for the Priests alone ?
[At that time Jesus went on the [How he entered into the house of sabbath day through the corn, and God, and did eat the shew-bread, his disciples were an hungered, and which was not lawful for him to eat, began to pluck the ears of corn, and neither for them which were with to eat, Matt. xii. 1. And it came to him, but only for the priests? Matt. pass, that he went through the corn
xii. 4. How he went into the house fields on the sabbath day; and his of God in the days of Abiathar the disciples began, as they went, to High-priest, and did eat the shewpluck the ears of corn, Mark ii. 23.]
bread, which is not lawful to eat but a See on Matt. xii. ver. 1.
for the priests, and gave also to them
which were with him? Mark ü. 26.] VER. 2.
a See on Matt. xii. ver. 4. Τινές δε των Φαρισαίων είπον αυτοίς. Τι
VER. 5. ποιείτε και ουκ έξεστι ποιείν εν τοίς σάςβασι; ;
Και έλεγεν αυτοίς: “οτι κύριος εστίν και * And certain of the Pharisees said | υιός του ανθρώπου και του σαββάτου. unto them, Why do ye that which is not
a And he said unto them, That the lawful to do on the sabbath days?
Son of man iš Lord also of the sabbath. [But when the Pharisees saw it, of the sabbath day, Matt. xii. 8,
(For the Son of man is Lord even they said unto him, Behold, thy dis- Therefore the Son of man is Lord ciples do that which is not lawful to do upon the sabbath day, Matt. xii. 2. also of the sabbath, Mark ii. 28.] And the Pharisees said unto him,
. See on Matt. xii. ver. 8. Behold, why do they on the sabbath
VER. 6. day that which is not lawful? Mark ii. 24.]
'Εγένετο δε και εν ετέρω σαββάτω είσελ. a See on Matt. xii. ver. 2.
θεϊν αυτόν εις την συναγωγήν, και διδάσ
κειν» και ήν εκεί άνθρωπος, και η χειρ αυVER. 3.
του και δεξιά ήν ξηρά. Και αποκριθείς προς αυτούς είπεν ο Ιη- And it came to pass also on another σούς: Ουδε τούτο ανέγνωσε δ. εποίησε Δα» sabbath, that he entered into the synaCid, omóre šmeivao sv" avròs, kai oi Met' gogue and taught : und there was a αυτού όντες και
man whose right hand was withered.
LUKE VI. 6-12.
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[And when he was departed thence, the sabbath days, Matt. xii. 11, 12. he went into their synagogue : And, And he saith unto them, Is it lawful behold, there was a man which had to do good on the sabbath days, or to his hand withered, Matt. xii. 9, 10. do evil? to save life, or to kill? But And he entered again into the syna- they held their peace, Mark iii. 4.] gogue; and there was a man there
VER. 10. which had a withered hand, Mark
Και περιβλεψάμενος πάντας αυτούς, , a See on Matt. xii. ver. 9-14.
είπε των ανθρώπω· "Εκτεινον την χείρα σου.
ο δε εποίησεν ούτω και αποκατεστάθη ή VER. 7.
χειρ αυτού υγιής ως η άλλη. . Παρετήρoυν δε αυτόν οι Γραμματείς και And looking round about upon them oi oapio atos, el ly tớ caßBára Depaneu- all, he said unto the man, Stretch forth σει, ένα εύρωσι κατηγορίας αυτού. thy hand. And he did so : and his hand And the Scribes and Pharisees watch
was restored whole as the other. ed him, whether he would heal on the (Then saith he to the man, Stretch sabbath day; that they might find an ac- forth thine hand. And he stretched cusation against him.
it forth; and it was restored whole, (And they asked him, saying, Is it like as the other, Matt. xii. 13. And lawful to heal on the sabbath days? when he had looked round about on that they might accuse him, Matt. them with anger, being grieved for xii. 10.
the hardness of their hearts, he saith And they watched him, whether be would heal him on the
unto the man, Stretch forth thine hand. sabbath day; that they might accuse
And he stretched it out: and his hand him, Mark iii. 2.]
was restored whole as the other, Mark
ii. 5.) VER. 8.
VER. 11. Αυτός δε ή δει τους διαλογισμούς αυτών,
Αυτοί δε επλήσθησαν ανοίας και διελά .
, και είπε των ανθρώπω τω ξηράν έχονται την
λουν προς αλλήλους, τί αν ποιήσειαν το
'Inco. χείρα: "Έγειραι, και στήθι εις το μέσον. ο δε αναστάς έστη.
a And they were filled with madness; * But he knew their thoughts, and said and communed one with another what to the man which had the withered hand, they might do to Jesus. Rise up, and stand forth in the midst.
[Then the Pharisees went out, and And he arose, and stood forth.
held a council against him, how they [And he saith unto the man which the Pharisees went forth, and straight
might destroy him, Matt. xii. 14. And had the withered hand, Stand forth, way took counsel with the Herodians Mark iii. 3.]
against him, how they might destroy a See on Matt. ix. ver. 4. clause 1.
him, Mark iii. 6.]
a And all they in the synagogue, VÉR. 9.
when they heard these things, were Eine oúv 'INCOūs negòs autous: 'Enrspw- filled with wrath, Luke iv. 28. When τήσω υμάς τι: "Εξεστι τοϊς σάβασιν | they heard that, they were cut to the åya dowoñoal, Å xaxonoiño al ; tuxhe heart, and took counsel to slay them, σώσαι, ή απολέσαι ;
Acts v. 33 Then said Jesus unto them, I will ask
VER. 12. you one thing ; Is it lawful on the sab Εγένετο δε εν ταίς ημέραις ταύταις, bath days to do good, or to do evil? to iena ev się ro ogos Topogeuğaclar xaì hy save life, or to destroy it ?
διανυκτερεύων εν τη προσευχή του Θεού. [And he said unto them, What man
And it came to pass in those duys, shall there be among you that shall
a that he went out into a mountain to have one sheep, and if it fall into a pit pray, and continued all night in prayer on the sabbath day, will he not lay
to God. hold on it, and lift it out? How much [And he goeth up into a mountain, then is a man better than a sheep? Mark iii. 13.] Wherefore it is lawful to do well on a See on Mark i. ver. 35.
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LUKE VI. 18-20.
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και πλήθος πολύ του λαού από πάσης της Και ότε εγένετο ημέρα, προσεφώνησε 1 Ιουδαίας και Ιερουσαλήμ, και της παρατους μαθητές αυτού και εκλεξάμενος απ’λίου Τύρου και Σιδώνος, οι ήλθον ακούσαι αυτών δώδεκα, ούς και αποστόλους ωνό- αυτού, και εαθήναι από των νόσων αυτών. μασε" '
And he came down with them, and And when it was day, he called unto stood in the plain, and the company of his him his disciples : a and of them he chose disciples,a and a great multitude of peotwelve, whom also he named Apostles; ple out of all Judæa and Jerusalem, and [And calleth unto him whom he from b the sea coast of Tyre and Sidon,
and they came unto him. And which came to hear him, cand to be heal” he ordained twelve, that they should ed of their diseases ; be with him, and that he might send a See on Matt. iv. ver. 25. clause 1. them forth to preach, Mark iii. 13, 14.] b See on Matt. xi. ver. 22. clause 2. a See on Mark iii. ver. 13, 14.
c See on Matt. iv. ver. 24. VER. 14.
VER. 18. Σίμωνα, δν και ονόμασε πέτρον, και
Και οι όχλούμενοι υπό πνευμάτων ακα'Ανδρέαν τον αδελφόν αυτού, Ιάκωβον και
θάρτων: και εθεραπεύοντο. Ιωάννης, Φίλιππον και Βαρθολομαίον,
a And they that were vered with una Simon, (whom he also numed Peter,) clean spirits : and they were healed. and Andrew his brother, James and John, Philip and Bartholomew,
a See on Matt. iv. ver. 24, clause 4. (And Simon he surnamed Peter ;
και πάς ο όχλος εζήτει άπτεσθαι αυSurnamed them Boanerges, which is, του ότι δύναμις παρ' αυτού εξήρχετο, και The sons of thunder; And Andrew,
ιατο πάντας. and Philip, and Bartholomew, Mark And the whole multitude sought to iii. 16-18.]
a touch him : b for there went virtue out a See on Matt. X. ver. 2, and 3. of him, and healed them all. clause 1.
a See on Matt. ix. ver. 20. clause 3. VER. 15. Ματθαίον και Θωμάν, Ιάκωβον τον τού 1 touched me: for I perceive that vir
b And Jesus said, Somebody hath 'Αλφαίου, και Σίμωνα τον καλούμενον Ζηλωτών,
tue is gone out of me, Luke viii. 46.
And Jesus, immediately knowing in a Matthew and Thomas, James the son himself that virtue had gone out of of Alphæus, and Simon called Zelotes, him, turned him about in the press,
[Matthew, and Thomas, and James and said, Who touched my clothes ? the son of Alphæus, and Thaddæus, and Mark v. 30. Simon the Canaanite, Mark iii. 18.]
VER. 20. a See on Matt. X. ver. 3, and 4. clause 1. 1.
Και αυτός επάρας τους οφθαλμούς αυVER. 16.
του εις τους μαθητές αυτού, έλεγε: Mα'Ιούδαν Ιακώβου, και Ιούδαν Ισκαριώ- κάριοι οι πτωχοί- ότι υμετέρα έστιν η βα
σιλεία του Θεού. την, δς και εγένετο προδότης. a And Judas the brother of Jumes,
And he lifted up his eyes on his disciand Judas Iscariot, which also was the ples, and said, a Blessed be ye poor: for
yours is the b kingdom of God. [And Judas Iscariot, which also b The meek also shall increase their betrayed him: and they went into an joy in the LORD, and the poor among house, Mark iii. 19.]
men shall rejoice in the Holy One of a See on Matt. x. ver. 3. clause 5. Israel, Isa. xxix. 19. I will also leave and 4. clause 2.
in the midst of ee an afflicted and
poor people, and they shall trust in VER. 17.
the name of the LORD, Zeph. iii. 12. Και καταβάς μετ' αυτών, έστη επί τό- For ye see your calling, brethren, how που πεδινού και όχλος μαθητών αυτού, | thatnot many wise men after the fesh,
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A. D. 31. not many mighty, not many noble, are | lament, but the world shall rejoice : called: But God hath chosen the fool- and ye shall be sorrowful, but your ish things of the world, to confound sorrow shall be turned into joy, John the wise ; and God hath chosen the xvi. 20. I say the truth in Christ, I weak things of the world, to confound lie not, my conscience also, bearing the things which are mighty, 1 Cor. i. me witness in the Holy Ghost, That I 26, 27. Hearken, my beloved brethren, have great heaviness and continual Hath not God chosen the poor of this sorrow in my heart, Rom. ix. 1, 2. world, rich in faith, and heirs of the See also on Matt v. ver. 4. clause 1. kingdom which he hath promised to cThou hast turned for me my mournthem that love him ? But ye have de- ing into dancing : thou hast put off spised the poor. Do not rich men op- my sackcloth, and girded me with press you, and draw you before the gladness, Psal. xxx. 11. When the judgment-seats? James ii. 5, 6. See Lord turned again the captivity of also on Matt. v. ver. 3, clause 2. Zion, we were like them that dream. b See on Matt. üi. ver. 2. clause 2. Then was our mouth filled with laughVER. 21.
ter,, and our tongue with singing ;
then said they among the heathen, Μακάριοι οι πεινώντες νύν ότι χορτασ- The LoRD hath done great things for Onceole. Maxáciou os xaiovteg vũro 771 | them, cxxvi. 1, 2. Behold, my serγελάσετε. .
vants shall sing for joy of heart, but a Blessed are ye that hunger now : for ye shall cry for sorrow of heart, and ye shall be filled. b Blessed are ye that shall howl for vexation of spirit, lxv.
14. weep now : <for ye shall luugh.
See also on Matt. v. ver. 4.
clause 2. a See on Matt. v. ver. 6.
VER. 22. b My tears have been my meat day and night, while they continually say
Μακάριοι έστε, όταν μισήσωσιν υμάς, unto me, Where is thy God? Psal. xlii.
οι άνθρωποι, και όταν αφορίσωσιν υμάς, 3. Rivers of waters run down mine
και ονειδίσωσι, και εκβάλωσι το όνομα eyes, because they keep not thy law, ipeão ás wornpòr, švena 'toū vioũ To ávcxix. 136. They that sow in tears
θρώπου. shall reap in joy. He that goeth forth
a Blessed are ye when men shall hate and weepeth, bearing precious seed, you, band when they shall separate you shall, doubtless, come again with re
from their company, Cand shall rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him, proach you, and cast out your name as cxxvi. 5, 6. For the people shall dweli evil, for the Son of man's sake. in Zion at Jerusalem; thou shalt weep a See on Matt. x. ver. 22. clause 1. no more : he will be very gracious un 'b These words spake his parents, beto thee at the voice of thy cry; when cause they feared the Jews : for the he shall hear it, he will answer thee, Jews had agreed already, that if any Isa. xxx. 19. Oh that my head were man did confess that he was Christ, waters, and mine eyes a fountain of he should be put out of the synagogue, tears, that I might weep day and night John ix. 22. Nevertheless among for the slain of the daughter of my the chief 'rulers also many believed people! Jer. ix. 1. But if
will not on him ; but because of the Pharisees hear it, my soul shall weep in secret they did not confess him, lest they places for your pride; and mine eyes should be put out of the synagogue, shall weep sore, and run down with xii. 42. And they gave him audience tears, because the Lord's flock is car unto this word, and then lifted up ried away captive, xüi. 17. And the their voices, and said, Away with LORD said unto him, Go through the such a fellow from the earth ; for it is midst of the city, through the midst not fit that he should live, Acts xxii. of Jerusalem, and set a mark up 22. on the foreheads of the men that c See on Matt. v. ver. 10, 11. sigh, and that cry, for all the abominations that be done in the midst
VER. 23. thereof, Ezek. ix. 4. Verily, verily, I Χαίρετε εν εκείνη τη ημέρα και σκιρτήsay unto you, That
and σατε» ιδού γαρ, ο μισθός υμών πολύς εν