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    1 The Pharisees find fault with the disciples for eating with unwashed hands. 8 They break the commandment of God by the traditions of men. 14 Meat defiles not the man. 24 He heals the Syrophenician woman's daughter of an unclean spirit; 31 and one that was deaf, and stammered in his speech. VERSE 1 - The Pharisees. * Mr 3:22 Mt 15:1 Lu 5:17; 11:53,54 VERSE 2 - defiled. or, common. * Ac 10:14,15,28 - they found. * Da 6:4,5 Mt 7:3-5; 23:23-25 VERSE 3 - oft. or, diligently. Gr. With the fist. Up to the elbow. Theophylact. [Pugme <4435>,] the fist; which Dr. Lightfoot illustrates by a tradition from the Talmudical tracts, that when they washed their hands, they washed the fist up to the joint of the arm, [ad perek.] The Jews laid great stress on these washings, or baptisms, [baptismos <909>,] considering eating with unwashen hands no ordinary crime, and feigning that an evil spirit, called Shibta, has a right to sit on the food of him who thus eats, and render it hurtful. - the tradition. * :7-10,13 Mt 15:2-6 Ga 1:14 Col 2:8,21-23 1Pe 1:18 VERSE 4 - except. * Job 9:30,31 Ps 26:6 Isa 1:16 Jer 4:14 Mt 27:24 Lu 11:38,39 * Joh 2:6; 3:25 Heb 9:10 Jas 8 4:8 1Jo 1:7 - pots. `Gr. Sextarius; about a pint and a half.' - tables. or, beds. VERSE 5 * Mr 2:16-18 Mt 15:2 Ac 21:21,24 Ro 4:12 2Th 3:6,11 VERSE 6 - Well. * Isa 29:13 Mt 15:7-9 Ac 28:25 - hypocrites. * Mt 23:13-15 Lu 11:39-44 - honoreth. * Eze 33:31 Ho 8:2,3 Joh 5:42; 8:41,42,54,55; 15:24 2Ti 3:5 * Tit 1:16 Jas 2:14-17 VERSE 7 - in vain. * 1Sa 12:21 Mal 3:14 Mt 6:7; 15:9 1Co 15:14,58 Tit 3:9 Jas 1:26 * Jas 20 2:20 - the commandments. * De 12:32 Col 2:22 1Ti 4:1-3 Re 14:11,12; 22:18 VERSE 8 - laying. * Isa 1:12 - the tradition. * :3,4 VERSE 9 - Full. * 2Ki 16:10-16 Isa 24:5; 29:13 Jer 44:16,17 Da 7:25; 11:36 * Mt 15:3-6 2Th 2:4 - reject. or, frustrate. * :13 Ps 126 119:126 Ro 3:31 Ga 2:21 VERSE 10 - Honor. * Mr 10:19 Ex 20:12 De 5:16 - Whoso. * Ex 21:17 Le 20:9 De 27:16 Pr 20:20; 30:17 Mt 15:4 VERSE 11 - It is Corban. Rather, 'Let it be a corban,' a formula common among the Jews on such occasions; by which the Pharisees released a child from supporting his parents; and even deemed it sacrilege if he afterwards gave anything for their use. * Mt 15:5; 23:18 1Ti 5:4-8 VERSE 12 VERSE 13 - the word. * :9 Isa 8:20 Jer 8:8,9 Ho 8:12 Mt 5:17-20; 15:6 Tit 1:14 - such. * Eze 18:14 Ga 5:21 VERSE 14 - when. * 1Ki 18:21; 22:28 Ps 49:1,2; 94:8 Mt 15:10 Lu 12:1,54-57 * Lu 20:45-47 - and understand. * Pr 8:5 Isa 6:9 Ac 8:30 VERSE 15 - There. Though it is very true, says Dr. Doddridge, that a man may bring guilt upon himself by eating to excess, and a Jew, by eating what was forbidden by the Mosaic law; yet still the pollution would arise from the wickedness of the heart, and be just proportionable to it, which is all our Lord asserts. - nothing. * :18-20 Le 11:42-47 Ac 10:14-16,28; 11:8-10; 15:20,21 * Ro 14:17 1Co 10:25 1Ti 4:3-5 Tit 1:15 Heb 9:10; 13:9 - but. * :20-23 Pr 4:23 Mt 12:34; 15:16 VERSE 16 * Mr 4:9,23 Mt 11:15 Re 2:7,11,17,29; 3:6,13,22 VERSE 17 * Mr 4:10,34 Mt 13:10,36; 15:15 VERSE 18 * Mr 4:13 Isa 28:9,10 Jer 5:4,5 Mt 15:16,17; 16:11 Lu 24:25 * Joh 3:10 1Co 3:2 Heb 5:11 VERSE 19 * Mt 15:17 1Co 6:13 Col 2:21,22 VERSE 20 * :15 Ps 41:6 Heb 7:6 Mic 2:1 Mt 12:34-37 Jas 1:14,15; 3:6; 4:1 VERSE 21 - out. * Ge 6:5; 8:21 Job 14:4; 15:14-16; 25:4 Ps 14:1,3; 53:1,3; 58:2,3 * Pr 4:23 Jer 4:14; 17:9 Mt 15:19; 23:25-28 Lu 16:15 Ac 5:4; 8:22 * Ro 7:5,8; 8:7,8 Ga 5:19-21 Tit 3:3 Jas 1:14,15; 4:1-3 1Pe 4:2,3 - evil. * Pr 15:25 Isa 59:7 Eze 38:10 Mt 9:4 Jas 4 2:4 VERSE 22 - covetousness, wickedness. Gr. covetousnesses, wickednesses. an evil. * De 15:9; 28:54,56 1Sa 18:8,9 Pr 23:6; 28:22 Mt 20:15 - pride. * 2Ch 32:25,26,31 Ps 10:4 Ob 1:3,4 2Co 10:5 1Pe 5:5 - foolishness. * Pr 12:23; 22:15; 24:9; 27:22 Ec 7:25 1Pe 2:15 VERSE 23 - defile. * :15,18 1Co 3:17 Tit 1:15 Jude 1:8 VERSE 24 - from. * Mt 15:21 *etc: - Tyre. * Mr 3:8 Ge 10:15,19; 49:13 Jos 19:28,29 Isa 23:1-4,12 * Eze 28:2,21,22 - and would. * Mr 2:1; 3:7; 6:31,32 Isa 42:2 Mt 9:28 1Ti 5:25 VERSE 25 - a. * Mt 15:22 - whose. * Mr 9:17-23 - at. * Mr 1:40; 5:22,23,33 Lu 17:16 Ac 10:25,26 Re 22:8,9 VERSE 26 - Greek. or, Gentile. * Isa 49:12 Ga 3:28 Col 3:11 - a Syrophenician. * Mt 15:22 VERSE 27 - Let. * Mt 7:6; 10:5; 15:23-28 Ac 22:21 Ro 15:8 Eph 2:12 VERSE 28 - yet. * Ps 145:16 Isa 45:22; 49:6 Mt 5:45 Lu 7:6-8; 15:30-32 Ac 11:17,18 * Ro 3:29; 10:12; 15:8,9 Eph 2:12-14; 3:8 VERSE 29 * Isa 57:15,16; 66:2 Mt 5:3; 8:9-13 1Jo 3:8 VERSE 30 - she was. * Joh 4:50-52 - she found. * 1Jo 3:8 VERSE 31 - from. * :24 Mt 15:29 *etc: - Decapolis. * Mr 5:20 Mt 4:25 VERSE 32 * Mt 9:32,33 Lu 11:14 VERSE 33 - he took. * Mr 5:40; 8:23 1Ki 17:19-22 2Ki 4:4-6,33,34 Joh 9:6,7 - put. This was clearly a symbolical action; for these remedies evidently could not, by their natural efficacy, avail to produce so wonderful an effect. As the ears of the deaf appear closed, he applies his fingers to intimate that he would open them; and as the tongue of the dumb seems to be tied, or to cleave to the palate, he touches it, to intimate he would give loose and free motion to it. He accommodated himself to the weakness of those who might not indeed doubt his power, but fancy some external sign was requisite to healing. It was also thus made manifest, that this salutiferous power came from Himself, and that He who by one word, [ephphatha <2188>,] had healed the man, must be Divine. VERSE 34 - looking. * Mr 6:41 Joh 11:41; 17:1 - he sighed. * Mr 8:12 Isa 53:3 Eze 21:6,7 Lu 19:41 Joh 11:33,35,38 Heb 4:15 - Ephphatha. * Mr 5:41; 15:34 - Be opened. * Mr 1:41 Lu 7:14; 18:42 Joh 11:43 Ac 9:34,40 VERSE 35 * Mr 2:12 Ps 33:9 Isa 32:3,4; 35:5,6 Mt 11:5 VERSE 36 * Mr 1:44,45; 3:12; 5:43; 8:26 VERSE 37 - were. * Mr 1:27; 2:12; 4:41; 5:42; 6:51 Ps 139:14 Ac 2:7-12; 3:10-13; 14:11 - He hath. * Ge 1:31 Lu 23:41 - he maketh. * Ex 4:10,11 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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