Matthew 211:11 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.21:1 to (d-6) to (d-10) Eis, the point they were going towards. at (e-12) Pros, that 'in the presence of,' 'at which' they were. (Pros with accusative is 'at,' if the place is reached.) 21:4 saying, (f-18) Zech. 9.9. 21:5 foal (g-24) Lit. 'son of one under yoke.' 21:9 saying, (h-12) Ps. 118.25-26. Hosanna signifies 'Save now.' Lord; (i-29) As ch. 1.22. 21:12 temple (a-6) temple, (a-19) Hieron, the general buildings, not the shrine; so vers. 14,15. 21:13 written, (b-8) Isa. 56.7. robbers. (c-26) Jer. 7.11. 21:16 read, (d-19) Ps. 8.2. 21:17 leaving (e-2) As ch. 16.4. 21:33 householder (a-7) Lit. 'a man, a householder.' 21:41 who (b-20) Hostis. as ch. 19.12. render (c-22) There is no good English word for this. it means that a part of the fruit or wine is paid in kind according to agreement, instead of a fixed rent. So with all kinds of produce. But we can hardly say 'pay fruits,' nor 'give,' nor indeed, 'render,' but there is nothing better than this last. 21:42 scriptures, (d-11) Ps. 118.22-23. corner-stone. (e-23) Lit. 'Head of corner.' this (f-24) 'This' refers grammatically to 'corner-stone.' 21:45 spoke (g-15) Lit. 'speaks.'
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