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    1 Christ is contemned of his countrymen. 7 He gives the twelve power over unclean spirits. 14 Divers opinions of Christ. 16 John the Baptist is imprisoned, beheaded, and buried. 30 The apostles return from preaching. 34 The miracle of five loaves and two fishes. 45 Christ walks on the sea; 53 and heals all that touch him. VERSE 1 - and came. * Mt 13:54 *etc: * Lu 4:16 *etc: VERSE 2 - he began. * Mr 1:21,22,39 Lu 4:15,31,32 - From. * Joh 6:42; 7:15 Ac 4:13,14 VERSE 3 - this. * Mt 13:55,56 Lu 4:22 Joh 6:42 - carpenter. * Isa 49:7; 53:2,3 1Pe 2:4 - James. * Mr 15:40 Mt 12:46 1Co 9:4 Ga 1:19 - Juda. * Joh 14:22 Jude 1:1 - Simon. * Mr 3:18 Ac 1:13 - offended. * Mt 11:6; 13:57 Lu 2:34; 4:23-29; 7:23 Joh 6:60,61 1Co 1:23 VERSE 4 * Jer 11:21; 12:6 Mt 13:57 Lu 4:24 Joh 4:44 VERSE 5 * Mr 9:23 Ge 19:22; 32:25 Isa 59:1,2 Mt 13:58 Heb 4:2 VERSE 6 - marvelled. * Isa 59:16 Jer 2:11 Mt 8:10 Joh 9:30 - And he went. * Mt 4:23; 9:35 Lu 4:31,44; 13:22 Ac 10:38 VERSE 7 - the twelve. * Mr 3:13,14 Mt 10:1 *etc: * Lu 6:13-16; 9:1-6; 10:3 *etc: - two and. * Ex 4:14,15 Ec 4:9,10 Re 11:3 - power. * Mr 16:17 Lu 10:17-20 VERSE 8 - take. * Mt 10:9,10 Lu 10:4; 22:35 - save. Matthew says that they were to take 'neither two coats, neither shoes, nor yet staves;' but this precept plainly means, 'Go just as you are; take no other coat, shoes, or staff than what you already have.' - money. 'The word signifieth a piece of brass money in value something less than a farthing. Mat. 9 10:9: but here it is taken in general for money.' * Lu 9:3 VERSE 9 - be shod. * Eph 6:15 - sandals. The sandal consisted only of a sole, fastened about the foot and ankle with straps. * Ac 12:8 VERSE 10 * Mt 10:11-13 Lu 9:4; 10:7,8 Ac 16:15; 17:5-7 VERSE 11 - whosoever. * Ne 5:13 Mt 10:14 Lu 9:5; 10:10,11 Ac 13:50,51; 18:6 - It shall. * Eze 16:48-51 Mt 10:15; 11:20-24 Lu 10:12-15 Joh 15:22-24 * Heb 6:4-8; 10:26-31 2Pe 2:6 Jude 1:7 - and. Gr. or. in the day. * Mt 12:36 Ro 2:5,16 2Pe 2:9; 3:7 1Jo 4:17 VERSE 12 - preached. * Mr 1:3,15 Eze 18:30 Mt 3:2,8; 4:17; 9:13; 11:20 Lu 11:32 * Lu 13:3,5; 15:7,10; 24:47 Ac 2:38; 3:19; 11:18; 20:21; 26:20 * 2Co 7:9,10 2Ti 2:25,26 VERSE 13 - cast. See on ver. * :7 Lu 10:17 - anointed. * Jas 5:14,15 VERSE 14 - king Herod. * :22,26,27 Mt 14:1,2 Lu 3:1; 9:7 *etc: * Lu 13:31; 23:7-12 - his name. * Mr 1:28,45 2Ch 26:8,15 Mt 9:31 1Th 1:8 VERSE 15 - it is Elias. * Mr 8:28; 9:12,13; 15:35,36 Mal 4:5 - Elijah. * Mt 16:14; 17:10,11 Lu 1:17; 9:8,19 Joh 1:21,25 - a prophet. * Mt 21:11 Lu 7:16,39 Joh 6:14; 7:40; 9:17 Ac 3:22,23 VERSE 16 - It is. * Ge 40:10,11 Ps 53:5 Mt 14:2; 27:4 Lu 9:9 Re 11:10-13 VERSE 17 - A.M. 4032. A.D. 28. Herod. * Mt 4:12; 11:2; 14:3 *etc: * Lu 3:19,20 - Philip's. * Lu 3:1 VERSE 18 - It is. * Le 18:16; 20:21 1Ki 22:14 Eze 3:18,19 Mt 14:3,4 Ac 20:26,27 * Ac 24:24-26 VERSE 19 - Herodias. * Ge 39:17-20 1Ki 21:20 - a quarrel. or, an inward grudge. * Ec 7:9 Eph 4:26,27 VERSE 20 - feared. * Mr 11:18 Ex 11:3 1Ki 21:20 2Ki 3:12,13; 6:21; 13:14 * 2Ch 24:2,15-22; 26:5 Eze 2:5-7 Da 4:18,27; 5:17 Mt 14:5; 21:26 - observed him. or, kept him, or saved him. and heard. * Mr 4:16 Ps 106:12,13 Eze 33:32 Joh 5:35 VERSE 21 - when. * Ge 27:41 2Sa 13:23-29 Es 3:7 Ps 37:12,13 Ac 12:2-4 - his birthday. * Ge 40:20 Es 1:3-7; 2:18 Pr 31:4,5 Da 5:1-4 Ho 7:5 1Pe 4:3 * Re 11:10 VERSE 22 * Es 1:10-12 Isa 3:16 *etc: * Da 5:2 Mt 14:6 VERSE 23 - he. * 1Sa 28:10 2Ki 6:31 Mt 5:34-37; 14:7 - Whatever. * Es 5:3,6; 7:2 Pr 6:2 Mt 4:9 VERSE 24 - said. * Ge 27:8-11 2Ch 22:3,4 Eze 19:2,3 Mt 14:8 - The head. * Job 31:31 Ps 27:2; 37:12,14 Pr 27:3,4 Ac 23:12,13 VERSE 25 - with haste. * Pr 1:16 Ro 3:15 - a charger. * Nu 7:13,19 *etc: VERSE 26 * Mt 14:9; 27:3-5,24,25 VERSE 27 - the king. * Mt 14:10,11 - an executioner. or, one of his guard. [Spekoulator <4688>,] in Latin, speculator, from speculor, to look about, spy, properly denotes a sentinel; and as these sentinels kept guard at the palaces of kings, and the residences of Roman governors, so they were employed in other offices besides guarding, and usually performed that of executioners. As, however, we learn from Josephus, that Herod was at this very time engaged in war with Aretas, king of Arabia, in consequence of Herod's having divorced his daughter in order to marry Herodias, his brother Philip's wife; and as this event occurred at an entertainment given at the castle of Machaerus, while his army was on its march against his father-in-law; we are furnished with an additional reason why a speculator, or sentinel, should have been employed as an executioner; and are thus enabled to discover such a latent and undesigned coincidence as clearly evinces the truth of the evangelical narrative. VERSE 28 VERSE 29 - they came. * 1Ki 13:29,30 2Ch 24:16 Mt 14:12; 27:57-60 Ac 8:2 VERSE 30 - the apostles. * :7 *etc: * Lu 9:10; 10:17 - both. * Ac 1:1; 20:18-21 1Ti 4:12-16 Tit 2:6,7 1Pe 5:2,3 VERSE 31 - come. * Mr 1:45; 3:7,20 Mt 14:13 Joh 6:1 VERSE 32 * Mt 14:13 VERSE 33 * :54,55 Mt 15:29-31 Joh 6:2 Jas 19 1:19 VERSE 34 - saw. * Mt 14:14; 15:32 Lu 9:11 Ro 15:2,3 Heb 2:17; 4:15 - because. * Nu 27:17 1Ki 22:17 2Ch 18:16 Jer 50:6 Zec 10:2 Mt 9:36 - and he. * Isa 61:1-3 VERSE 35 * Mt 14:15 *etc: * Lu 9:12 *etc: * Joh 6:5 *etc: VERSE 36 * Mr 3:21; 5:31 Mt 15:23; 16:22 VERSE 37 - give. * Mr 8:2,3 2Ki 4:42-44 Mt 14:16; 15:32 Lu 9:13 Joh 6:4-10 - Shall. * Nu 11:13,21-23 2Ki 7:2 Mt 15:33 Joh 6:7 - penny-worth. `The Roman penny is sevenpence halfpenny; as Mat. 28 18:28, marg.' VERSE 38 * Mr 8:5 Mt 14:17,18; 15:34 Lu 9:13 Joh 6:9 VERSE 39 * 1Ki 10:5 Es 1:5,6 Mt 15:35 1Co 14:33,40 VERSE 40 - by hundreds. It is generally supposed that they were so arranged as to be a hundred in rank, or depth, and fifty in front, or file; which would make the number just five thousand, and will reconcile this account with Luke's, who only speaks of their sitting down by fifties. * Lu 9:14,15 VERSE 41 - looked. * Mr 7:34 Mt 14:19 Lu 9:16 Joh 11:41; 17:1 - blessed. * Mr 8:6,7; 14:22 De 8:10 1Sa 9:13 Mt 15:36; 26:26 Lu 24:30 * Joh 6:11,23 Ac 27:35 Ro 14:6 1Co 10:31 Col 3:17 1Ti 4:4,5 VERSE 42 * Mr 8:8,9 De 8:3 2Ki 4:42-44 Ps 145:15,16 Mt 14:20,21; 15:37,38 * Lu 9:17 Joh 6:12 VERSE 43 * Mr 8:19,20 VERSE 44 VERSE 45 - straightway. * Mt 14:22 *etc: * Joh 6:15-17 *etc: - unto Bethsaida. or, over against Bethsaida. Bethsaida, according to Josephus, was situated on the sea of Gennesaret, in the lower Gaulonitis, (consequently on the east of the lake, as Pliny states,) and at the beginning of the mountainous country; and it was raised from a village to the honor of a city by Philip, and called Julias in honor of the emperor's daughter. Some learned men, however, are of opinion that the Bethsaida mentioned in the gospels was a different place; and that it was situated on the western shore of the sea of Tiberias, in Galilee, near Chorazin and Capernaum, with which it is associated, (Mat. 21 11:21, 23. Joh. 21 12:21;) and Bishop Pococke mentions the ruins of a town or large village in the plain of Huttin, about two miles west of the lake, still bearing the name of Baitsida, which he thinks occupies its site. * Mr 8:22 Lu 10:13 VERSE 46 * Mr 1:35 Mt 6:6; 14:23 Lu 6:12 1Pe 2:21 VERSE 47 * Mt 14:23 Joh 6:16,17 VERSE 48 - he saw. * Isa 54:11 Joh 1:13 Mt 14:24 - the fourth. * Ex 14:24 1Sa 11:11 Lu 12:38 - he cometh. * Job 9:8 Ps 93:4; 104:3 - would. * Ge 19:2; 32:26 Lu 24:28 VERSE 49 - they saw. * Job 9:8 - supposed. * Job 4:14-16 Mt 14:25,26 Lu 24:37 VERSE 50 - it is I. * Isa 43:2 Mt 14:27 Lu 24:38-41 Joh 6:19,20; 20:19,20 VERSE 51 - and the. * Mr 4:39 Ps 93:3,4; 107:28-30 Mt 8:26,27; 14:28-32 Lu 8:24,25 * Joh 6:21 - and they. * Mr 1:27; 2:12; 4:41; 5:42; 7:37 VERSE 52 - they. * Mr 7:18; 8:17,18,21 Mt 16:9-11 Lu 24:25 - their. * Mr 3:5; 16:14 Isa 63:17 VERSE 53 - the land. * Mt 14:34-36 Lu 5:1 Joh 6:24 VERSE 54 - knew. * Ps 9:10 Php 3:10 VERSE 55 * Mr 2:1-3; 3:7-11 Mt 4:24 VERSE 56 - they laid. * Ac 5:15 - touch. * Mr 3:10; 5:27,28 2Ki 13:21 Lu 6:19; 22:51 Ac 4:9,12 - the border. * Nu 15:38,39 De 22:12 Mt 9:20 Lu 8:44 - him. or, it. 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