Revelation of John 10

1:1 place; (b-19) Aorist, lit. 'have taken place,' perhaps 'be accomplished.' signified (c-22) * Lit. 'made known by signs.'10:3 uttered (i-18) Lit. 'spoke.' 10:7 about (a-15) Or 'when he shall sound.' I have translated literally; but the sense I believe to be 'when he shall sound, as he is about to do.' completed, (b-27) Aorist, 'will have been.' But in the Revelation the aorist is almost everywhere used where other tenses might be put. Such evident Hebraisms are incessant. 10:11 said (c-4) Lit. 'they say.' see Note b, Luke 6.38.
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