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1:2 prophet, (c-8) Many read 'in the prophets.' My impression is that it was originally 'in the prophet' simply. way. (d-21) Malachi 3:1 .
14:2 perhaps (a-9) See Note, Matthew 5:25 .
14:3 pure (b-30) Perhaps 'liquid.' The word is only found here and John 12:3 , evidently a known kind of nard. It is by no means impossible it may be derived from the Latin spicatae , which was the best kind of nard; hence, doubtless, the English translation 'spikenard.' The sense is plain. that it was of the best and most precious kind. See Note, John 12:3 .
14:13 pitcher (c-24) Or 'earthen pitcher,' as Luke 22:10 .
14:18 who (d-25) Not to designate the person, but the character, as adding to grief. see Psalms 41:9 .
14:20 who (d-13) Not to designate the person, but the character, as adding to grief. see Psalms 41:9 .
14:23 [the] (a-4) Perhaps 'a cup.' 1 Corinthians 11:25 has 'the.'
14:25 new (b-26) Kainos , as Matthew 26:29 ; not 'anew,' but 'in a new way' or 'of a new kind.'
14:26 hymn, (c-5) As Matthew 26:30 .
14:27 offended, (d-10) Or 'find an occasion of stumbling,' as Matthew 13:57 . written, (e-14) Zechariah 13:7 .
14:33 spirit. (f-20) Or 'deeply depressed.' see Matthew 26:37 .
14:45 kisses. (g-18) As Luke 15:20 .
14:54 palace; (a-18) See Note, Matthew 26:69 .
14:58 temple (b-9) Naos , the house itself. See Note at Matthew 4:5 .
14:60 all, (c-9) Lit. 'in the midst.'
14:61 Blessed? (d-26) 'The Blessed' was used to designate God.
14:65 hands. (e-31) Many read, 'received him with buffets.' The sense is the same. Some of the doctors 'began to spit on him;' the officers received him with these insults, another step in the scene of his blessed humiliation. see Note, Matthew 26:67 .
14:66 palace-court, (a-7) See Note, Matthew 26:69 .
14:68 know (f-6) Oida . see 1 Corinthians 8:1 .
14:71 know (f-10) Oida . see 1 Corinthians 8:1 .
14:72 wept. (g-34) As Luke 19:41 .
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the Week of Proper 22 / Ordinary 27