Matthew 261:11 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.26:12 burying. (b-16) Or 'embalmment.' see Note to John 12.7. 26:15 appointed (c-20) Or 'weighed.' pieces (d-24) See Zech. 11.12. 26:18 keep (e-25) Or 'I keep.' present tense. house (f-30) Lit. 'by thee.' 26:24 he (a-35) Lit. 'good for him if that man.' 26:26 blessed, (b-12) Or 'given thanks.' 26:28 [new] (c-9) The word 'new' here has very doubtful authority. 26:29 all (d-11) A strong negative, 'in no wise.' new (e-27) Not 'anew,' but (kainos) 'in a different manner,' 'of another kind.' see Heb. 12.24. 26:30 hymn, (f-5) Humneo. see Mark 14.26; Acts 16.25; Heb. 2.12. 26:31 offended (g-10) As skandalon, ch. 13.57. written, (h-19) Zech. 13.7. 26:38 sorrowful (i-10) As 'full of grief,' Mark 14.34. 26:49 kisses. (a-15) As Luke 15.20. 26:55 temple, (b-32) Hieron, as ch. 4.5. 26:56 come (c-5) I have translated this as the words of the Lord. compare Mark 14.49. If the words of the evangelist, as chs. 1.22; 21.4, we must say 'came to pass.' 26:59 sanhedrim (d-11) The supreme Jewish tribunal. 26:61 temple (e-11) Naos. see Note, ch. 4.5. 26:63 that (f-20) He adjured him 'to the end that.' 26:67 buffeted (g-8) i.e. 'to strike with fist,' as Mark 14.65; 1Cor. 4.11; 2Cor. 12.7; 1Pet. 2.20. 26:69 palace-court; (h-7) The word is used both for the palace, as a whole, and the court round which the buildings were.
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