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    LUKE 24

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    1 Christ's resurrection is declared by two angels to the women that come to the sepulchre. 9 These report it to others. 13 Christ himself appears to the two disciples that went to Emmaus; 36 afterwards he appears to the apostles, and reproves their unbelief; 47 gives them a charge; 49 promises the Holy Ghost; 50 and so ascends into heaven. VERSE 1 - upon. * Mt 28:1 Mr 16:1,2 Joh 20:1,2 - they came. * :10; 8:2,3; 23:55,56 Mt 27:55,56 Mr 15:40 VERSE 2 * Mt 27:60-66; 28:2 Mr 15:46,47; 16:3,4 Joh 20:1,2 VERSE 3 * :23 Mt 16:5 Joh 20:6,7 VERSE 4 - two men. * Ge 18:2 Mt 28:2-6 Mr 16:5 Joh 20:11,12 Ac 1:10 - (See note on Mar. 2 16:2.) VERSE 5 - they. * Lu 1:12,13,29 Da 8:17,18; 10:7-12,16,19 Mt 28:3-5 Mr 16:5,6 * Ac 10:3,4 - the living. or, him that liveth. * Heb 7:8 Re 1:18; 2:8 VERSE 6 - remember. * :44-46; 9:22; 18:31-33 Mt 12:40; 16:21; 17:22,23; 20:18,19; 27:63; 28:6 * Mr 8:31; 9:9,10,31,32; 10:33,34 VERSE 7 * :7 VERSE 8 * Joh 2:19-22; 12:16; 14:26 VERSE 9 * :22-24 Mt 28:7,8 Mr 16:7,8,10 VERSE 10 * Lu 8:2,3 Mr 15:40,41; 16:9-11 Joh 20:11-18 VERSE 11 - idle. * :25 Ge 19:14 2Ki 7:2 Job 9:16 Ps 126:1 Ac 12:9 VERSE 12 * Joh 20:3-10 VERSE 13 - two. * :18 Mr 16:12,13 - Emmaus. Emmaus was situated, according to the testimony both of Luke and Josephus, sixty furlongs from Jerusalem, that is, about seven miles and a half. It has generally been confounded with Emmaus, a city of Judah, afterwards called Nicopolis; but Reland has satisfactorily shown that they were distinct places; the latter, according to the old Itinerary of Palestine, being situated 10 miles from Lydda, and 22 miles from Jerusalem. D'Arvieux states, that going from Jerusalem to Rama, he took the right from the high road to Rama, at some little distance from Jerusalem, and 'travelled a good league over rocks and flint stones, to the end of the valley of terebinthine trees,' until he reached Emmaus; which 'seems, by the ruins which surround it, to have been formerly larger that it was in our Savior's time. The Christians, while masters of the Holy Land, re-established it a little, and built several churches. Emmaus was not worth the trouble of having come out of the way to see it.' VERSE 14 * Lu 6:45 De 6:7 Mal 3:6 VERSE 15 - Jesus. * :36 Mt 18:20 Joh 14:18,19 VERSE 16 * :31 2Ki 6:18-20 Mr 16:12 Joh 20:14; 21:4 VERSE 17 - and are. * Eze 9:4-6 Joh 16:6,20-22 VERSE 18 - Cleopas. * Joh 19:25 VERSE 19 - Concerning. * Lu 7:16 Mt 21:11 Joh 3:2; 4:19; 6:14; 7:40-42,52 Ac 2:22; 10:38 - mighty. * Ac 7:22 VERSE 20 * Lu 22:66-71; 23:1-5 Mt 27:1,2,20 Mr 15:1 Ac 3:13-15; 4:8-10 * Ac 4:27,28; 5:30,31; 13:27-29 VERSE 21 * Lu 1:68; 2:38 Ps 130:8 Isa 59:20 Ac 1:6 1Pe 1:18,19 Re 5:9 VERSE 22 * :9-11 Mt 28:7,8 Mr 16:9,10 Joh 20:1,2,18 VERSE 23 VERSE 24 - went. * :12 Joh 20:1-10 VERSE 25 - O fools. Rather, inconsiderate men, [anoetos <453>,] justly termed such, because they had not attended to the description of the Messiah by the prophets, nor to His teaching and miracles, as proofs that He alone was the person described. * Mr 7:18; 8:17,18; 9:19; 16:14 Heb 5:11,12 VERSE 26 * :46 Ps 22:1-31; 69:1-36 Isa 53:1-12 Zec 13:7 Ac 17:3 1Co 15:3,4 * Heb 2:8-10; 9:22,23 1Pe 1:3,11 VERSE 27 - beginning. * :44 Ge 3:15; 22:18; 26:4; 49:10 Nu 21:6-9 De 18:15 * Joh 5:39,45-47 Ac 3:22; 7:37 - and all. * :25 Ps 16:9,10; 132:11 Isa 7:14; 9:6,7; 40:10,11; 50:6; 52:13,14 * Isa 53:1-12 Jer 23:5,6; 33:14,15 Eze 34:23; 37:25 Da 9:24-26 * Mic 5:2-4; 7:20 Zec 9:9; 13:7 Mal 3:1-3; 4:2 Joh 1:45 Ac 3:24 * Ac 10:43; 13:27-30 Re 19:10 VERSE 28 - he made. That is, he was directing his steps as if to go onwards; and so he doubtless would, had he not been withheld by their friendly importunities. There is not the smallest ground for founding a charge of dissimulation against our Savior, or affording any encouragement to dissimulation in others. * Ge 19:2; 32:26; 42:7 Mr 6:48 VERSE 29 * Lu 14:23 Ge 19:3 2Ki 4:8 Ac 16:14 VERSE 30 - he took. * :35; 9:16; 22:19 Mt 14:19; 15:36; 26:26 Mr 6:41; 8:6; 14:22 * Joh 6:11 Ac 27:35 VERSE 31 - their eyes. * :16 Joh 20:13-16 - vanished out of their sight. or, ceased to be seen of them. * Lu 4:30 Joh 8:59 VERSE 32 - Did. * Ps 39:3; 104:34 Pr 27:9,17 Isa 50:4 Jer 15:16; 20:9; 23:29 * Joh 6:63 Heb 4:12 - opened. * :45 Ac 17:2,3; 28:23 VERSE 33 - and found. * Joh 20:19-26 VERSE 34 - Saying. From Mar. 13 16:13, we learn that the apostles did not believe the testimony even of the two disciples from Emmaus, while it is here asserted they were saying, when they entered the room, 'The Lord is risen' etc. This difficulty is removed by rendering interrogatively, 'Has the Lord risen,' etc? - hath. * Lu 22:54-62 Mr 16:7 1Co 15:5 VERSE 35 * Mr 16:12,13 VERSE 36 - Jesus. * Mr 16:14 Joh 20:19-23 1Co 15:5 - Peace. * Lu 10:5 Isa 57:18 Mt 10:13 Joh 14:27; 16:33; 20:26 2Th 3:16 Re 1:4 VERSE 37 * Lu 16:30 1Sa 28:13 Job 4:14-16 Mt 14:26,27 Mr 6:49,50 Ac 12:15 VERSE 38 - and why. * Jer 4:14 Da 4:5,19 Mt 16:8 Heb 4:13 VERSE 39 - my hands. * Joh 20:20,25,27 Ac 1:3 1Jo 1:1 - for. * Lu 23:46 Nu 16:22 Ec 12:7 1Th 5:23 Heb 12:9 VERSE 40 VERSE 41 - believe. * Ge 45:26-28 Job 9:16 Ps 126:1,2 Joh 16:22 - Have. * Joh 21:5,10-13 VERSE 42 * :42 VERSE 43 * Ac 10:41 VERSE 44 - These. * :6,7; 9:22; 18:31-33 Mt 16:21; 17:22,23; 20:18,19 * Mr 8:31,32; 9:31; 10:33,34 - while. * Joh 16:4,5,16,17; 17:11-13 - that all. * :26,27,46; 21:22 Mt 26:54,56 Joh 19:24-37 Ac 3:18; 13:29-31,33; * 1Co 15:3,4 - in the law. * Ge 3:15; 14:18; 22:18; 49:10 Le 16:2 *etc: * Nu 21:8; 35:25 De 18:15-19 Joh 3:14; 5:46 Ac 3:22-24; 7:37 * Heb 3:5; 7:1; 9:8; 10:1 - in the prophets. * :27 Isa 7:14; 9:6; 11:1-10; 28:16; 40:1-11; 42:1-4; 49:1-8; 50:2-6 * Isa 52:13-15; 53:1-12; 61:1-3 Jer 23:5; 33:14 Eze 17:22; 34:23 * Da 2:44; 7:13; 9:24-27 Ho 1:7-11; 3:5 Joe 2:28-32 Am 9:11 * Mic 5:1-4 Hag 2:7-9 Zec 6:12; 9:9; 11:8-13; 12:10; 13:7; 14:4 * Mal 3:1-3; 4:2-6 - in the psalms. * Ps 2:1-12; 16:9-11; 22:1-31; 40:6-8; 69:1-36; 72:1-20 81 8:1-18 * Ps 109:4-20; 110:1-7; 118:22 Joh 5:39 Ac 17:2,3 1Pe 1:11 * Re 19:10 VERSE 45 * Ex 4:11 Job 33:16 Ps 119:18 Isa 29:10-12,18,19 Ac 16:14; 26:18 * 2Co 3:14-18; 4:4-6 Eph 5:14 Re 3:7 VERSE 46 * :26,27,44 Ps 22:1-31 Isa 50:6; 53:2 *etc: * Ac 4:12; 17:3 1Pe 1:3 VERSE 47 - that. * Da 9:24 Mt 3:2; 9:13 Ac 2:38; 3:19; 5:31; 11:18; 13:38,39,46 * Ac 17:30,31; 20:21; 26:20 1Jo 2:12 - among. * Ge 12:3 Ps 22:27; 67:2-4,7; 86:9; 98:1-3; 117:1-2 Isa 2:1-3; 11:10 * Isa 49:6,22; 52:10,15; 60:1-3; 66:18-21 Jer 31:34 Ho 2:23 Mic 4:2 * Mal 1:11 Mt 8:10,11 Ac 10:46-48; 18:5,6; 28:28 Ro 10:12-18 * Ro 15:8-16 Eph 3:8 Col 1:27 - beginning. * Lu 13:34 Isa 5:4 Ho 11:8 Mt 10:5,6 Ac 3:25,26; 13:46 Ro 5:20 * Ro 11:26,27 Eph 1:6 VERSE 48 * Joh 15:27 Ac 1:8,22; 2:32; 3:15; 4:33; 5:32; 10:39,41; 13:31; 22:15 * Heb 2:3,4 1Jo 1:2,3 VERSE 49 - I send. * Isa 44:3,4; 59:20,21 Joe 2:28 *etc: * Joh 14:16,17,26; 15:26; 16:7-16 - but. * Isa 32:15 Ac 1:4,8; 2:1-21 VERSE 50 - as far. * Mr 11:1 Ac 1:12 - he lifted. * Ge 14:18-20; 27:4; 48:9; 49:28 Nu 6:23-27 Mr 10:16 Heb 7:5-7 VERSE 51 - he was. * 2Ki 2:11 Mr 16:19 Joh 20:17 Ac 1:9 Eph 4:8-10 Heb 1:3; 4:14 VERSE 52 - they. * Mt 28:9,17 Joh 20:28 - with. * Ps 30:11 Joh 14:28; 16:7,22 1Pe 1:8 VERSE 53 - in. * Ac 2:46,47; 5:41,42 - Amen. * Mt 28:20 Mr 16:20 Re 22:21 CONCLUDING REMARKS ON LUKE'S GOSPEL. Luke, to whom this Gospel has been uniformly attributed from the earliest ages of the Christian church, is generally allowed to have been 'the beloved physician' mentioned by Paul, (Col. 14 4:14;) and as he was the companion of that apostle, in all his labors and sufferings, for many years, (Ac. 12 16:12; 1 20:1-6; 1 27:1,2; 13 28:13-16. 2Ti. 11 4:11. Phm. 24,) and wrote 'the Acts of the Apostles,' which conclude with a brief account of Paul's imprisonment at Rome, we may be assured that he had the Apostle's sanction to what he did; and probably this Gospel was written some time before that event, about A.D. 63 or 64, as is generally supposed. He would appear, from Col. 10 4:10, 11, and his intimate acquaintance with the Greek language, as well as from his Greek name [Loukas <3065>,] to have been of Gentile extraction; and according to Eusebius and others, he was a native of Antioch. But, from the Hebraisms occurring in his writings, and especially from his accurate knowledge of the Jewish rites, ceremonies, and custom, it is highly probable that he was a Jewish proselyte, and afterwards converted to Christianity. Though he may not have been, as some have affirmed, one of the seventy disciples, and an eye-witness of our Savior's miracles, yet his intercourse with the apostles, and those who were eye-witnesses of the works and ear witnesses of the words of Christ, renders him an unexceptional witness, if considered merely as an historian; and the early and unanimous reception of his Gospel as divinely inspired is sufficient to satisfy every reasonable person. GOTO NEXT BOOK - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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