Mark 10young little. Cf. Matthew 5:16 blessed them In Hebrew custom, a father's act. (Cf) Genesis 27:38 "He had no children that He might adopt all children."--Bengel. Why callest Par., Believing Me to be but a human teacher, why callest thou Me "good," etc. astonished Or, amazed, i.e. as Jews: knowing that temporal prosperity was, to the Jew as such, a token of divine favour. e.g. Deuteronomy 28:1-12. eye of It has been thought the reference here was to a postern door set in a gate of Jerusalem. Then Peter Cf. See note 2, Matthew 19:27-30 (See Scofield "Matthew 19:28") Son of man (See Scofield "Matthew 8:20") life Or, soul. Cf. Isaiah 53:10,12 (Greek - ," the soul or the essential life, not as commonly, "zoe," the active life). And they Cf. (See Scofield "Matthew 20:30") Lord Gr. "Rabboni," my Master, a term of reverent love. Cf. John 20:16.
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