Matthew 181:11 away (a-14) In those days conquerors transported conquered nations to distant seats, and replaced them by others, that national feeling might not subsist, but dependence be complete. 'Carrying away' is feeble for this, but I know no other word.18:1 greatest (d-13) The Greek word is the comparative, hence 'greater' than others. it is thus characteristic, not personal. 'Greatest' answers to it in English. 18:3 all (e-21) Or 'in no wise.' a strengthened negative. 18:4 Whoever (f-1) He who has that character. greatest (d-13) The Greek word is the comparative, hence 'greater' than others. it is thus characteristic, not personal. 'Greatest' answers to it in English. 18:6 offend (g-4) That is, 'be a snare to,' verb from Skandalon. see Note, ch. 13.57. millstone (h-22) Lit. an 'ass-millstone,' i.e. turned by an ass, as too great for the hand. 18:8 offend (g-8) That is, 'be a snare to,' verb from Skandalon. see Note, ch. 13.57. 18:9 offend (g-5) That is, 'be a snare to,' verb from Skandalon. see Note, ch. 13.57. hell (i-35) Gehenna. 18:14 Father (k-9) Lit. 'there is no will before your Father.' cf. ch. 11.26. 18:15 reprove (l-9) See Note d, John 3.20. 18:16 word (a-22) Lit. 'mouth.' see Deut. 19.15. 18:23 king (b-13) Lit. 'a man a king.' 18:32 because (c-20) The word denotes more a consequence or motive than a cause. see 'since,' ch. 27.6; 'forasmuch,' Luke 1.1. Hence used when a negative cause, so to speak, is spoken of, as Luke 1.34; Rom. 11.6.
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