Mark 10

1:2 prophet, (c-8) Many read 'in the prophets.' My impression is that it was originally 'in the prophet' simply. way. (d-21) Mal. 3.1.10:8 be (a-5) Lit. 'to' (eis) or 'for one flesh.' It corresponds to the Hebrew in Gen. 2.24. see Matt. 19.5. 10:16 blessed (b-15) Some read 'blesses,' perhaps rightly, but the word is a strong one. 'blesses them abundantly.' 10:29 gospel, (a-40) Or 'glad tidings,' as elsewhere. 10:37 glory. (b-26) Or 'that in thy glory we may sit. one on thy right hand, and one on thy left hand.' Or 'that we may sit in thy glory,' &c. 10:40 for (c-18) Or perhaps 'to.' so Matt. 20.23. But the emphasis is on the words 'not mine to give;' wonderful perfectness and lowliness of the Lord! 'It is not mine to give,' is a complete phrase followed by the separate statement, 'but it is reserved for those for whom it is prepared.' it is for them, appropriated to them. 10:43 minister; (d-18) Diakoneo. as Matt. 4.11. 10:45 ministered (d-12) minister, (d-16) Diakoneo. as Matt. 4.11. 10:47 was (e-6) Lit. 'is.' 10:51 Rabboni, (a-23) See John 20.16.
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