1 Corinthians 21:2 saints, (a-17) Saints by [divine] calling.2:2 know (l-9) Oida, vers. 2,11 (1st), 12; ginosko, vers. 8,11 (2nd), 14,16. 2:5 stand (m-6) Lit. 'be.' 2:6 world, (n-13) world, (n-20) Aion. see ch. 1.20, Note c. In ver. 6 'world' has a moral signification. see Eph. 2.2. 2:7 ages (o-18) Or 'worlds' (ver. 7), 'world' (ver. 8). I add this in note to keep up the connection with 'world' in ver. 6. 2:8 age (o-8) Or 'worlds' (ver. 7), 'world' (ver. 8). I add this in note to keep up the connection with 'world' in ver. 6. 2:9 written, (p-6) See Isa. 64.4. 2:10 [his] (a-8) Or 'the Spirit.' 2:11 man (b-11) 'Man' here has the article, but the sense is this. what is in man's mind is not known of any but the spirit of the man himself, who has the thoughts; much more is it so with God. 2:12 Spirit (c-13) Note here again the difficulty, arising from 'spirit' used for cause and state, as to putting a large S to signify the person of the Holy Spirit. 2:13 wisdom, (d-11) It may perhaps be translated, 'taught words of human wisdom.' communicating (e-19) Or 'expounding.' it means literally 'mixing or putting together;' as interpreting or expounding, it is common in the LXX. Gen. 40.8; 41.12,15; 'determined,' Num. 15.34. 2:14 natural (f-3) Psuchikos. the man animated merely by his created soul, without the teaching and power of the Holy Spirit. 2:16 him? (g-13) See Isa. 40.13-14. mind (h-18) Nous, 'the intelligent faculty;' see Note, ch. 1.5.
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