Luke 11:2 attendants (c-11) Huperetes. see Note, 1Cor. 4.1.1:2 attendants (c-11) Huperetes. see Note, 1Cor. 4.1. 1:6 ordinances (d-14) Dikaioma. see Rom. 1.32. 1:7 years. (a-16) Lit. 'in their days.' 1:9 temple (b-18) Naos, the shrine. 1:13 John. (c-31) * Meaning, 'Jehovah is gracious.' 1:14 joy (d-7) Or 'thou shalt have joy and rejoicing.' 1:15 Lord, (e-8) 'Jehovah.' from (f-28) The Greek preposition indicates the time from when it would take place. see Gal. 1.15. 1:16 Lord (e-13) 'Jehovah.' 1:17 Lord (e-35) 'Jehovah.' to (g-24) En. but 'through' would suppose other men, whereas it is here characteristic merely of their own new path. The word for 'thoughts' here is that for 'practical wisdom.' 1:18 years? (h-23) Lit. 'in her days.' 1:19 tidings (i-29) Or 'to bring the glad tidings of these things.' Lit. 'evangelize these things.' 1:20 which (k-30) 'Which are such as shall be.' giving the character, not merely a relative pronoun. I have imitated an expression of the Authorized Version, by adding the article, which though somewhat antiquated, gives in a measure the idea of character, and may serve to distinguish the sense; so ch. 10.42. 1:21 temple. (b-15) Naos, the shrine. 1:22 temple. (b-23) Naos, the shrine. recognised (l-14) As 'know,' Matt. 7.16. 1:25 Lord (e-4) 'Jehovah.' 1:29 what (a-16) 'Of what nature or character.' what the aim or meaning of it was. 1:32 Highest; (b-12) 'Highest' is a name, Hebrew Elyon. I notice therefore the absence of 'the.' see Gen. 14.18. God (c-16) 'Jehovah Elohim.' only occurrence in the Gospels. 1:33 ages, (d-12) Or 'for ever;' but it is plural. 1:34 since (e-11) See Note, Matt. 18.32. 1:35 born (f-30) Or 'begotten.' 1:38 Lord; (g-9) 'Jehovah.' so vers. 66 and 68. 1:44 sounded (h-9) Lit. 'took place.' 1:45 Lord. (g-22) 'Jehovah.' so vers. 66 and 68. 1:58 Lord (g-9) 'Jehovah.' so vers. 66 and 68. 1:66 Lord's (a-21) 'Jehovah.' 1:68 Lord (a-4) 'Jehovah.' 1:69 deliverance (b-7) Or 'salvation.' 'Saved' in ver. 74 is a different word. but the same as 'our deliverer from the coming wrath,' 1Thess. 1.10. 1:71 deliverance (b-1) Or 'salvation.' 'Saved' in ver. 74 is a different word. but the same as 'our deliverer from the coming wrath,' 1Thess. 1.10. 1:72 fulfil (c-2) 'To work,' or 'accomplish.' what the fathers had lived on by faith as promised mercy. 'Your father Abraham saw my day and was glad.' 1:76 Lord (a-21) 'Jehovah.' 1:77 deliverance (b-5) Or 'salvation.' 'Saved' in ver. 74 is a different word. but the same as 'our deliverer from the coming wrath,' 1Thess. 1.10. 1:78 dayspring (d-13) Lit. 'rising.' see Rev. 7.2, 'sunrising.'
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