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    1 A conspiracy against Christ. 3 Precious ointment is poured on his head by a woman. 10 Judas sells his Master for money. 12 Christ himself foretells how he shall be betrayed by one of his disciples; 22 after the passover prepared, and eaten, institutes his last supper; 26 declares aforehand the flight of all his disciples, and Peter's denial. 43 Judas betrays him with a kiss. 46 He is apprehended in the garden; 53 falsely accused and impiously condemned of the Jews' council; 65 shamefully abused by them; 66 and thrice denied of Peter. VERSE 1 - two. * Mt 6:2 Lu 22:1,2 Joh 11:53-57; 13:1 - the passover. * Ex 12:6-20 Le 23:5-7 Nu 28:16-25 De 16:1-8 - chief. * Ps 2:1-5 Joh 11:47 Ac 4:25-28 - by. * Ps 52:3; 62:4,9; 64:2-6 Mt 26:4 VERSE 2 - Not. * Pr 19:21; 21:30 La 3:27 Mt 26:5 - lest. * Mr 11:18,32 Lu 20:6 Joh 7:40; 12:19 VERSE 3 - being. * Mt 26:6,7 Joh 11:2; 12:1-3 - of ointment. * So 4:13,14; 5:5 Lu 7:37,38 - spikenard. or, pure nard, or liquid nard. VERSE 4 - there. * Ec 4:4 Mt 26:8,9 Joh 12:4,5 - Why. * Ec 5:4-8 Mal 1:12,13 VERSE 5 - pence. See * Mt 18:28 *marg: * Joh 6:7 - have been given. * Joh 12:5,6; 13:29 Eph 4:28 - And they. * Ex 16:7,8 De 1:27 Ps 106:25 Mt 20:11 Lu 15:2 Joh 6:43 * 1Co 10:10 Php 2:14 Jude 1:16 VERSE 6 - Let. * Job 42:7,8 Isa 54:17 2Co 10:18 - a good. * Mt 26:10 Joh 10:32,33 Ac 9:36 2Co 9:8 Eph 2:10 Col 1:10 * 2Th 2:17 1Ti 5:10; 6:18 2Ti 2:21; 3:17 Tit 2:7,14; 3:8,14 * Heb 10:24; 13:21 1Pe 2:12 VERSE 7 - ye have. * De 15:11 Mt 25:35-45; 26:11 Joh 12:7,8 2Co 9:13,14 Phm 7 1:7 * Jas 2:14-16 1Jo 3:16-19 - but. * Joh 13:33; 16:5,28; 17:11 Ac 3:21 VERSE 8 - hath done. 'It appears to me more probable,' says Dr. Doddridge, 'that Matthew and Mark should have introduced this story out of its place--that Lazarus, if he made this feast (which is not expressly said by John,) should have made use of Simon's house, as more convenient--and that Mary should have poured this ointment on Christ's head and body, as well as on his feet,--than that, within the compass of four days, Christ should have been twice anointed with so costly a perfume; and that the same fault should be found with the action, and the same value set upon the ointment, and the same words used in defence of the woman, and all this in the presence of many of the same persons; all which improbable particulars must be admitted, if the stories be considered as different.' The rebuke which Judas received from Christ at this unction determined him in his resolution to betray his Master; and therefore Christ's rebuke, and Judas's revenge, are united, as cause and effect, by Matthew and Mark. * 1Ch 28:2,3; 29:1-17 2Ch 31:20,21; 34:19-33 Ps 110:3 2Co 8:1-3,12 - she is. * Mr 15:42-47; 16:1 Lu 23:53-56; 24:1-3 Joh 12:7; 19:32-42 VERSE 9 - Wheresoever. * Mr 16:15 Mt 26:12,13 - a memorial. * Nu 31:54 Ps 112:6-9 Zec 6:14 VERSE 10 - Judas. * Mt 26:14-16 Lu 22:3-6 Joh 13:2,30 - one. * Ps 41:9; 55:12-14 Mt 10:4 Joh 6:70 - to betray. * Joh 13:2 VERSE 11 - they were. * Ho 7:3 Lu 22:5 - and promised. * 1Ki 21:20 2Ki 5:26 Pr 1:10-16; 28:21,22 Mt 26:15 1Ti 6:10 * 2Pe 2:14,15 Jude 1:11 - he sought. * Lu 22:5,6 VERSE 12 - the first. * Ex 12:6,8,18; 13:3 Le 23:5,6 Nu 28:16-18 De 16:1-4 Mt 26:17 * Lu 22:7 - killed. or, sacrificed. * 1Co 5:7,8 - Where. * Mt 3:15 Lu 22:8,9 Ga 4:4 VERSE 13 - Go. * Mr 11:2,3 Mt 8:9; 26:18,19 Lu 19:30-33; 22:10-13 Joh 2:5; 15:14 * Heb 4:13; 5:9 VERSE 14 - The Master. * Mr 10:17; 11:3 Joh 11:28; 13:13 - where I. * Re 3:20 VERSE 15 - he will. * 2Ch 6:30 Ps 110:3 Pr 16:1; 21:1,2 Joh 2:24,25; 21:17 2Ti 2:19 * Heb 4:13 - upper. * Ac 1:13; 20:8 VERSE 16 - and found. * Lu 22:13,35 Joh 16:4 VERSE 17 * Mt 26:20 Lu 22:14 VERSE 18 - as. * Mt 26:21 - Verily. * :9,25; 3:28; 6:11; 8:12; 9:1,41; 10:15,29 Mt 5:18; 6:2,5,16 Lu 4:24; 11:51 * Joh 1:51; 3:3,5,11; 5:19,24,25; 6:26,32,47; 13:38; 21:18 - One. * Ps 41:9; 55:13,14 Joh 6:70; 13:21 VERSE 19 - and to. * Mt 26:22 Lu 22:21-23 Joh 13:22 VERSE 20 - It is. * :43 Mt 26:47 Lu 22:47 Joh 6:71 - dippeth. * Mt 26:23 Joh 13:26 VERSE 21 - goeth. * :49 Ge 3:15 Ps 22:1 *etc: * Ps 69:1 *etc: * Isa 52:14; 53:1-12 Da 9:24,26 Zec 13:7 Mt 26:24,54,56 Lu 22:22 * Lu 24:26,27,44 Joh 19:28,36,37 Ac 2:23; 4:27; 13:27-29 - but. * Ps 55:15; 109:6-20 Mt 18:7; 27:3-5 Ac 1:16-20,25 - good. * Mt 18:6,7; 26:24,25 VERSE 22 - as. * Mt 26:26-29 Lu 22:19,20 1Co 10:16,17; 11:23-29 - and blessed. * Mr 6:41 Lu 24:30 Joh 6:23 - take. * Joh 6:48-58 - this. That is, this represents my body; the substantive verb, whether expressed or understood, being often equivalent to signifies or represents. See (Ex. 11 12:11; Da. 24 7:24; Mat. 38 13:38, 39; Lu. 9 8:9; 26 15:26; 36 18:36; Joh. 36 7:36; 6 10:6; Ac 10:17; Re. 20 1:20; 6 5:6, 8; 4 11:4; 12 17:12, 18; 8 19:8.) * :24 Ge 41:26 Zec 5:7 Lu 22:20 1Co 10:4 Ga 4:25 VERSE 23 - when. * :22 Lu 22:17 Ro 14:6 1Co 10:16 - and they. * Mt 26:27 VERSE 24 - This. * Ex 24:8 Zec 9:11 Joh 6:53 1Co 10:16; 11:25 Heb 9:15-23; 13:20,21 - which. * Mr 10:45 Re 5:8-10; 7:9-17 VERSE 25 - I will. * Ps 104:15 Mt 26:29 Lu 22:16-18,29,30 - new. * Joe 3:18 Am 9:13,14 Zec 9:17 VERSE 26 - sung. * Ps 47:6,7 Ac 16:25 1Co 14:15 Eph 5:18-20 Col 3:16 Jas 13 5:13 * Re 5:9 - hymn. or, psalm. This was probably Ps. 113-118, which the Jews term the great Hallel, or praise, and always sing at the passover festivity. they went. * Mt 26:30 Lu 22:39 Jud 18:1-4 VERSE 27 - All. * Mt 26:31 Lu 22:31,32 Joh 16:1,32 2Ti 4:16 - for. * Zec 13:7 VERSE 28 * Mr 16:7 Mt 16:21; 26:32; 28:7,10,16 Joh 21:1 1Co 15:4-6 VERSE 29 - Although. * Mt 26:33-35 Lu 22:33,34 Joh 13:36-38; 21:15 VERSE 30 - this day. * Ge 1:5,8,13,19,23 - before. * :66-72 Mt 26:69-75 Lu 22:54-62 Joh 18:17,25-27 1Co 10:12 VERSE 31 - he spake. * 2Ki 8:13 Job 40:4,5 Ps 30:6 Pr 16:18; 18:24; 29:23 * Jer 10:23; 17:9 - Likewise. * Ex 19:8 De 5:27-29 VERSE 32 - they came. * Mt 26:36 *etc: * Lu 22:39 Joh 18:1 *etc: - while. * :36,39 Ps 18:5,6; 22:1,2; 88:1-3; 109:4 VERSE 33 - Peter. * Mr 1:16-19; 5:37; 9:2 - and began. * Ps 38:11; 69:1-3; 88:14-16 Isa 53:10 Mt 26:37,38 Lu 22:44 * Heb 5:7 VERSE 34 - My soul. * Isa 53:3,4,12 La 1:12 Joh 12:27 - and watch. * :37,38; 13:35-37 Eph 6:18,19 1Pe 4:7; 5:8 VERSE 35 - and fell. * Ge 17:3 De 9:18 1Ch 21:15,16 2Ch 7:3 Mt 26:39 Lu 17:15,16 * Ac 10:25,26 Heb 5:7 Re 4:10; 5:14 VERSE 36 - Abba. * Mt 6:9 Ro 8:15,16 Ga 4:6 - all. * Mr 10:27 Ge 18:14 Jer 32:27 2Ti 2:13 Tit 1:2 Heb 5:7; 6:18 - take. * Lu 22:41,42 - nevertheless. * Ps 40:8 Joh 4:34; 5:30; 6:38,39; 12:27; 18:11 Php 2:8 Heb 5:7,8 VERSE 37 - and findeth. * :40,41 Lu 9:31,32; 22:45,46 - Simon. * :29-31 2Sa 16:17 Jon 1:6 Mt 25:5; 26:40 1Th 5:6-8 - couldest. * Jer 12:5 Heb 12:3 VERSE 38 - Watch. * :34 Mt 24:42; 25:13; 26:41 Lu 21:36; 22:40,46 1Co 16:13 * 1Pe 5:8 Re 3:2,3,10 - The spirit. * Ro 7:18-25 Ga 5:17 Php 2:12 VERSE 39 - he went. * Mt 6:7; 26:42-44 Lu 18:1 2Co 12:8 VERSE 40 - neither. * Mr 9:33,34 Ge 44:16 Ro 3:19 VERSE 41 - Sleep. * Mr 7:9 Jud 10:14 1Ki 18:27; 22:15 2Ki 3:13 Ec 11:9 Eze 20:39 * Mt 26:45,46 - the hour. * Joh 7:30; 8:20; 12:23,27; 13:1; 17:1 - the Son. * :10,18; 9:31; 10:33,34 Mt 26:2 Joh 13:2 Ac 7:52 VERSE 42 * Mt 26:46 Joh 18:1,2 VERSE 43 - while. * Mt 26:47 Lu 22:47,48 Joh 18:3-9 Ac 1:16 - and with. * Ps 2:1,2; 3:1,2; 22:11-13 VERSE 44 - a token. * Ex 12:13 Jos 2:12 Php 1:28 2Th 3:17 - Whomsoever. * 2Sa 20:9,10 Ps 55:20,21 Pr 27:6 Mt 26:48-50 - and lead. * 1Sa 23:22,23 Ac 16:23 VERSE 45 - Master. * Mr 12:14 Isa 1:3 Mal 1:6 Mt 23:8-10 Lu 6:46 Joh 13:13,14; 20:16 VERSE 46 * Jud 16:21 La 4:20 Joh 18:12 Ac 2:23 VERSE 47 * Mt 26:51-54 Lu 22:49-51 Joh 18:10,11 VERSE 48 - Are. * 1Sa 24:14,15; 26:18 Mt 26:55 Lu 22:52,53 VERSE 49 - was. * Mr 11:15-18,27; 12:35 Mt 21:23 *etc: * Lu 19:47,48; 20:1,2; 21:37,38 * Joh 7:28-30,37; 8:2,12; 10:23; 18:20 - but. * Ps 22:1-31; 69:1-36 Isa 53:1-12 Da 9:24-26 Mt 26:54,56 Lu 22:37 * Lu 24:25-27,44,45 VERSE 50 * :27 Job 19:13,14 Ps 38:11; 88:7,8,18 Isa 63:3 Joh 16:32; 18:8 * 2Ti 4:16 VERSE 51 * :51 VERSE 52 * Mr 13:14-16 Ge 39:12 Job 2:4 VERSE 53 - they led. * Isa 53:7 Mt 26:57 *etc: * Lu 22:54 *etc: * Joh 18:13,14,24 - and with. * Mr 15:1 Mt 26:3 Ac 4:5,6 VERSE 54 - Peter. * :29-31,38 1Sa 13:7 Mt 26:58 - even. * Joh 18:15,16 - and he. * 1Ki 19:9,13 Lu 22:55,56 Joh 18:18,25 - and warmed. * Lu 22:44 VERSE 55 - sought. * 1Ki 21:10,13 Ps 27:12; 35:11 Mt 26:59,60 Ac 6:11-13; 24:1-13 - and found. * Da 6:4 1Pe 3:16-18 VERSE 56 VERSE 57 - and bare. * Mr 15:29 Jer 26:8,9,18 Mt 26:60,61; 27:40 Joh 2:18-21 * Ac 6:13,14 VERSE 58 * Da 2:34,45 Ac 7:48 2Co 5:1 Heb 9:11,24 VERSE 59 * :56 VERSE 60 * Mr 15:3-5 Mt 26:62,63 Joh 19:9,10 VERSE 61 - he held. * Ps 39:1,2,9 Isa 53:7 Mt 27:12-14 Ac 8:32 1Pe 2:23 - Art. * Mr 15:2 Mt 11:3-5; 16:16; 26:63,64 Lu 22:67-70 Joh 10:24; 18:37 - the Son. * Ps 2:7; 119:12 Isa 9:6,7 Mt 3:17; 8:29 Joh 1:34,49-51; 5:18-25 * Joh 10:30,31,36; 19:7 1Ti 1:11; 6:15 VERSE 62 - I am. * Mr 15:2 Mt 26:64; 27:11 Lu 23:3 - the Son. The passage of Daniel, to which our Lord refers, was always considered by the Jews as a description of the Messiah. Our Savior, therefore, now in his lowest state of humiliation, asserted his claims as the Messiah, who shall appear in the clouds of heaven, as the judge of the world. * Mr 13:26; 16:19 Ps 110:1 Da 7:13,14 Mt 24:30 Lu 22:69 * Ac 1:9-11 2Th 1:7-10 Heb 1:3; 8:1,10,12,13; 12:2 Re 1:7; 20:11 VERSE 63 - his. * Isa 36:22; 37:1 Jer 36:23,24 Ac 14:13,14 VERSE 64 * Le 24:16 1Ki 21:9-13 Mt 26:65,66 Lu 22:71 Joh 5:18; 8:58,59 * Joh 10:31-33; 19:7 VERSE 65 * Mr 15:19 Nu 12:14 Job 30:10 Isa 50:6; 52:14; 53:3 Mic 5:1 * Mt 26:67,68 Lu 22:63,64 Joh 18:22; 19:3 Ac 23:2 Heb 12:2 VERSE 66 - as. * :54 Mt 26:58,69,70 Lu 22:55-57 - One. * Joh 18:15-18 VERSE 67 - Jesus. * Mr 10:47 Mt 2:23; 21:11 Joh 1:45-49; 19:19 Ac 10:38 VERSE 68 - he denied. * :29-31 Joh 13:36-38 2Ti 2:12,13 - he went. * Mt 26:71,72 - and the. * :30 VERSE 69 - a maid. [Paidiske <3814>,] 'the maid,' and not the one mentioned in ver. 66, but [allos <243>,] another, as Matthew states, (ch. 71 26:71,) she who was the janitrix, or door-keeper. * Joh 18:17 - and began. * :38 Lu 22:58 Joh 18:25 Ga 6:1 VERSE 70 - a little. * Mt 26:73,74 Lu 22:59,60 Joh 18:26,27 - for. * Jud 12:6 Ac 2:7 - and thy. [He lalia <2981> sou <4675>,] 'Thy dialect,' or mode of speech. From various examples produced by Lightfoot, and Schoetgen, it appears that the Galileans used a very corrupt dialect and pronunciation; interchanging the gutturals, and other letters, and so blending or dividing words as to render them unintelligible, or convey a contrary sense. Thus when a Galilean would have asked, [immar <0563> le-mahn,] 'whose is this lamb,' he pronounced the first word so confusedly that it could not be known whether he meant [chamor, <02543>,] 'an ass,' [chamar, <02562>,] 'wine,' [amar, <06015>,] 'wool,' or [immar, <0563>,] 'a lamb.' A certain woman intending to say to a judge, 'My lord, I had a picture which they stole; and it was so great, that if you had been placed in it, your feet would not have touched the ground,' so spoiled it by her pronunciation, that her words meant, 'Sir slave, I had a beam, and they stole thee away; and it was so great, that if they had hung thee on it, thy feet would not have touched the ground.' VERSE 71 * 2Ki 8:12-15; 10:32 Jer 17:9 1Co 10:12 VERSE 72 - the second. * :30,68 Mt 26:34,74 - Peter. * 2Sa 24:10 Ps 119:59,60 Jer 31:18-20 Eze 16:63; 36:31 * Lu 15:17-19; 22:60 - when he thought thereon, he wept. or, he wept abundantly, or he began to weep. * Eze 7:16 Mt 26:75 Lu 22:62 2Co 7:10 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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