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    MATTHEW 14

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    1 Herod's opinion of Christ. 3 Wherefore John Baptist was beheaded. 13 Jesus departs into a desert place, 15 where he feeds five thousand men with five loves and two fishes. 22 He walks on the sea to his disciples; 34 and landing at Gennesaret, heals the sick by the touch of the hem of his garment. VERSE 1 - Herod. This was Herod Antipas, the son of Herod the Great, by Malthace, and tetrarch of Galilee and Peraea, which produced a revenue of 200 talents a year. He married the daughter of Aretas, king of Arabia, whom he divorced in order to marry Herodias, the wife of his brother Philip, who was still living. Aretas, to revenge the affront which Herod had offered his daughter, declared war against him, and vanquished him after an obstinate engagement. This defeat, Josephus assures us, the Jews considered as a punishment for the death of John the Baptist. Having gone to Rome to solicit the title of king, he was accused by Agrippa of carrying on a correspondence with Artabanus king of Parthia, against the Romans, and was banished by the emperor Caius to Lyons, and thence to Spain, where he and Herodias died in exile. * Mr 6:14-16; 8:15 Lu 9:7-9; 13:31,32; 23:8-12,15 Ac 4:27 - Tetrarch. * Lu 3:1 VERSE 2 - This. * Mt 11:11; 16:14 Mr 8:28 Joh 10:41 - do shew forth themselves in him. or, are wrought by him. VERSE 3 - Herod. * Mt 4:12 Mr 6:17 Lu 3:19,20 Joh 3:23,24 - Herodias'. This infamous woman was the daughter of Aristobulus and Bernice, and granddaughter of Herod the Great. - his. * Lu 13:1 - Philip's. Herod Philip, son of Herod the Great and Mariamne. VERSE 4 * Le 18:16; 20:21 De 25:5,6 2Sa 12:7 1Ki 21:19 2Ch 26:18,19 * Pr 28:1 Isa 8:20 Mr 6:18 Ac 24:24,25 VERSE 5 - when. * Mr 6:19,20; 14:1,2 Ac 4:21; 5:26 - because. * Mt 21:26,32 Mr 11:30-32 Lu 20:6 VERSE 6 - birth-day. * Ge 40:20 Es 1:2-9; 2:18 Da 5:1-4 Ho 1:5,6 Mr 6:21-23 - the daughter. * Mt 22:24 - danced. * Es 1:10-12 - before them. Gr. in the midst. VERSE 7 * Es 5:3,6; 7:2 VERSE 8 - being. * 2Ch 22:2,3 Mr 6:24 - Give. * 1Ki 18:4,13; 19:2 2Ki 11:1 Pr 1:16; 29:10 - a charger. * Nu 7:13,19,84,85 Ezr 1:9 VERSE 9 - the king. * :1 Mr 6:14 - sorry. * :5; 27:17-26 Da 6:14-16 Mr 6:20,26 Lu 13:32 Joh 19:12-16 * Ac 24:23-27; 25:3-9 - the oath's. * Nu 30:5-8 Jud 11:30,31,39; 21:1,7-23 1Sa 14:24,28,39-45; 25:22 * 1Sa 25:32-34; 28:10 2Ki 6:31-33 Ec 5:2 VERSE 10 - and beheaded. * Mt 17:12; 21:35,36; 22:3-6; 23:34-36 2Ch 36:16 Jer 2:30 * Mr 6:27-29; 9:13 Lu 9:9 Re 11:7 - the prison. Josephus informs us that John the Baptist was imprisoned and beheaded by Herod in the strong castle of Machaerus, which he describes as situated about 60 stadia east of Jordan, not far from where the river discharges itself into the Dead Sea. VERSE 11 - and given. * Ge 49:7 Pr 27:4; 29:10 Jer 22:17 Eze 16:3,4; 19:2,3; 35:6 Re 16:6 * Re 17:6 VERSE 12 - took. * Mt 27:58-61 Ac 8:2 VERSE 13 * :1,2; 10:23; 12:15 Mr 6:30-33 Lu 9:10 *etc: * Joh 6:1 *etc: VERSE 14 - and was. * Mt 9:36; 15:32 *etc: * Mr 6:34; 8:1,2; 9:22 Lu 7:13; 19:41 Joh 11:33-35 * Heb 2:17; 4:15; 5:2 VERSE 15 - his. * Mr 6:35,36 Lu 9:12 - send. * Mt 15:23 Mr 8:3 VERSE 16 - they. * 2Ki 4:42-44 Job 31:16,17 Pr 11:24 Ec 11:2 Lu 3:11 Joh 13:29 * 2Co 8:2,3; 9:7,8 VERSE 17 * Mt 15:33,34 Nu 11:21-23 Ps 78:19,20 Mr 6:37,38; 8:4,5 Lu 9:13 * Joh 6:5-9 VERSE 18 VERSE 19 - he commanded. * Mt 15:35 Mr 6:39; 8:6 Lu 9:14 Joh 6:10 - looking. * Mr 6:41; 7:34 Lu 9:16 Joh 11:41 - he blessed. * Mt 15:36; 26:26,27 1Sa 9:13 Mr 8:6; 14:22,23 Lu 22:19; 24:30 * Joh 6:11,23 Ac 27:35 Ro 14:6 1Co 10:16,31; 11:24 Col 3:17 * 1Ti 4:4,5 VERSE 20 - were. * Mt 5:6; 15:33 Ex 16:8,12 Le 26:26 1Ki 17:12-16 2Ki 4:43,44 * Pr 13:25 Eze 4:14-16 Hag 1:6 Lu 1:53; 9:17 Joh 6:7,11 - and they took. * Mt 15:37,38; 16:8-10 2Ki 4:1-7 Mr 6:42-44; 8:8,9,16-21 * Joh 6:12-14 VERSE 21 - about. * Joh 6:10 Ac 4:4,34 2Co 9:8-11 Php 4:19 VERSE 22 - Jesus. * Mr 6:45 - while. * Mt 13:36; 15:39 VERSE 23 - he went. * Mt 6:6; 26:36 Mr 6:46 Lu 6:12 Ac 6:4 - he was. * Joh 6:15-17 VERSE 24 - tossed. * Mt 8:24 Isa 54:11 Mr 6:48 Joh 6:18 VERSE 25 - the fourth watch. The Jews at this time divided the night into four watches; the first was from six o'clock in the evening till nine, the second from nine to twelve, the third from twelve till three, and the fourth from three till six; so that it probably began to be daylight before our Lord came to his disciples. * Mt 24:43 Lu 12:38 - walking. This suspension of the laws of gravitation was a proper manifestation of omnipotence. * Job 9:8 Ps 93:3,4; 104:3 Mr 6:48 Joh 6:19 Re 10:2,5,8 VERSE 26 - they were. * 1Sa 28:12-14 Job 4:14-16 Da 10:6-12 Mr 6:49,50 Lu 1:11,12 * Lu 24:5,45 Ac 12:15 Re 1:17 VERSE 27 - Be. * Mt 9:2 Joh 16:33 Ac 23:11 - it. * Isa 41:4,10,14; 51:12 Lu 24:38,39 Joh 6:20; 14:1-3 Re 1:17,18 VERSE 28 - bid. * Mt 19:27; 26:33-35 Mr 14:31 Lu 22:31-34,49,50 Joh 6:68; 13:36-38 * Ro 12:3 VERSE 29 - he walked. * Mt 17:20; 21:21 Mr 9:23; 11:22,23 Lu 17:6 Ac 3:16 Ro 4:19 * Php 4:13 VERSE 30 - when. * Mt 26:69-75 2Ki 6:15 Mr 14:38,66-72 Lu 22:54-61 Joh 18:25-27 * 2Ti 4:16,17 - boisterous. or, strong. Lord. * Mt 8:24,25 Ps 3:7; 69:1,2; 107:27-30; 116:3,4 La 3:54-57 * Jon 2:2-7 2Co 12:7-10 VERSE 31 - stretched. * Ps 138:7 Isa 63:12 Mr 1:31,41; 5:41 Ac 4:30 - and caught. * Ge 22:14 De 32:36 Mr 16:7 Lu 22:31,32; 24:34 1Pe 1:5 - O thou. * Mt 8:26; 16:8; 17:20 Mr 11:23 Ro 4:18-20 1Ti 2:8 Jas 1:6-8 VERSE 32 - come. * Ps 107:29,30 Mr 4:41; 6:51 Joh 6:21 VERSE 33 - worshipped. * Mt 15:25; 28:9,17 Lu 24:52 - Of. * Mt 16:16; 17:5; 26:63; 27:43,54 Ps 2:7 Da 3:25 Mr 1:1; 14:61; 15:39 * Lu 4:41; 8:28 Joh 1:49; 6:69; 9:35-38; 11:27; 17:1; 19:7 * Ac 8:37 Ro 1:4 VERSE 34 - when. * Mr 6:53-56 - the land of Gennesaret. Gennesaret was a fertile district, in which were situated the cities of Tiberias and Capernaum, extending along the western shore of the lake to which it gave name, about 30 stadia, or nearly four miles, in length, and twenty stadia, or two miles and a half, in breadth, according to Josephus. * Lu 5:1 VERSE 35 * Mt 4:24,25 Mr 1:28-34; 2:1 *etc: * Mr 3:8-10; 6:55 VERSE 36 - only. * Mt 9:20,21 Mr 3:10 Lu 6:19 Ac 19:11,12 - hem. * Mt 23:5 Ex 28:33 *etc: * Nu 15:38,39 - perfectly. * Joh 6:37; 7:23 Ac 3:16; 4:9,10,14-16 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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