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    MATTHEW 18

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    1 Christ warns his disciples to be humble and harmless, 7 to avoid offences, 10 and not to despise the little ones; 15 teaches how we are to deal with our brethren when they offend us, 21 and how oft to forgive them; 23 which he sets forth by a parable of the king that took account of his servants, 32 and punished him who shewed no mercy to his fellow. VERSE 1 - the same. * Mr 9:33 *etc: - Who. * Mt 20:20-28; 23:11 Mr 9:34; 10:35-45 Lu 9:46-48; 22:24-27 * Ro 12:10 Php 2:3 - in. * Mt 3:2; 5:19,20; 7:21 Mr 10:14,15 VERSE 2 * Mt 19:13,14 1Ki 3:7 Jer 1:7 Mr 9:36,37 VERSE 3 - Verily. * Mt 5:18; 6:2,5,16 Joh 1:51; 3:3 - Except. * Mt 13:15 Ps 51:10-13; 131:2 Isa 6:10 Mr 4:12 Lu 22:32 * Ac 3:19; 28:27 Jas 19 5:19,20 - and become. * Mr 10:14,15 Lu 18:16,17 1Co 14:20 1Pe 2:2 - enter. * Mt 5:20; 19:23 Lu 13:24 Joh 3:5 Ac 14:22 2Pe 1:11 VERSE 4 - humble. * Mt 23:11,12 Ps 131:1,2 Isa 57:15 Lu 14:11 1Pe 5:5 Jas 4:10 - greatest. * :1; 20:26,27 Mr 10:43 Lu 9:48 VERSE 5 - receive. * Mt 10:40-42; 25:40,45 Mr 9:41 Lu 9:48; 17:1,2 - receiveth. * Mr 9:37 Joh 13:20 Ga 4:14 VERSE 6 - offend. * Ps 105:15 Zec 2:8 Mr 9:42 Lu 17:1,2 Ac 9:5 Ro 14:13-15,21 * Ro 15:1-3 1Co 8:9-13; 10:32,33 2Th 1:6-9 - little. * :10,14 Zec 13:7 Lu 17:2 - that a. This mode of punishment appears to have obtained in Syria as well as in Greece, especially in cases of parricide. That it was customary in Greece we learn from Suidas, in [hyperbolon lithon,] and the scholiast on the Equites of Aristophanes: [Hotan <3752> gar <1063> katara <2670> tinos baros <922> apo <575> ton trachelos <5137> kremannumi <2910>.] 'When a person was drowned, they hung a weight about his neck.' VERSE 7 - unto. * Ge 13:7 1Sa 2:17,22-25 2Sa 12:14 Lu 17:1 Ro 2:23,24 * 1Ti 5:14,15; 6:1 Tit 2:5,8 2Pe 2:2 - for. * Mr 13:7 Ac 1:16 1Co 11:19 2Th 2:3-12 1Ti 4:1-3 2Ti 3:1-5 * 2Ti 4:3,4 Jude 1:4 - but. * Mt 13:41,42; 23:13 *etc: * Mt 26:24 Joh 17:12 Ac 1:18-20 2Pe 2:3,15-17 * Jude 1:11-13 Re 2:14,15,20-23; 19:20,21 VERSE 8 - if. * Mt 5:29,30; 14:3,4 De 13:6-8 Mr 9:43-48 Lu 14:26,27,33; 18:22,23 - and cast. * Isa 2:20,21; 30:22 Eze 18:31 Ro 13:12 Php 3:8,9 - maimed. * Mt 15:30,31 - everlasting. * Mt 25:41,46 Isa 33:14 Mr 9:48,49 Lu 16:24 2Th 1:8,9 Re 14:10 * Re 20:15; 21:8 VERSE 9 - to enter. * Mt 19:17,23,24 Ac 14:22 Heb 4:11 Re 21:27 - rather. * Mt 16:26 Lu 9:24,25 VERSE 10 - heed. * :6,14; 12:20 Ps 15:4 Zec 4:10 Lu 10:16 Ro 14:1-3,10,13-15,21; 15:1 * 1Co 8:8-13; 9:22; 11:22; 16:11 2Co 10:1,10 Ga 4:13,14; 6:1 * 1Th 4:8 1Ti 4:12 - their. * Mt 1:20; 2:13,19; 24:31 Ge 32:1,2 2Ki 6:16,17 Ps 34:7; 91:11 * Zec 13:7 Lu 16:22 Ac 5:19; 10:3; 12:7-11,23; 27:23 Heb 1:14 - behold. * 2Sa 14:28 1Ki 22:19 Es 1:14 Ps 17:15 Lu 1:19 VERSE 11 * Mt 9:12,13; 10:6; 15:24 Lu 9:56; 15:24,32; 19:10 Joh 3:17; 10:10 * Joh 12:47 1Ti 1:15 VERSE 12 - How. * Mt 21:28; 22:42 1Co 10:15 - if. * Mt 12:11 Ps 176 119:176 Isa 53:6 Jer 50:6 Eze 34:16,28 Lu 15:4 *etc: * Joh 10:11 *etc: * 1Pe 2:25 - into. * 1Ki 21:17 Eze 34:6,12 VERSE 13 - he rejoiceth. * Ps 147:11 Isa 53:11; 62:5 Jer 32:37-41 Mic 7:18 Zep 3:17 * Lu 15:5-10,23,24 Joh 4:34-36 Jas 13 2:13 VERSE 14 - it is. * Lu 12:32 Joh 6:39,40; 10:27-30; 17:12 Ro 8:28-39 Eph 1:5-7 * 1Pe 1:3-5 - your. * Mt 5:16; 6:9,32 - one. * Isa 40:11 Zec 13:7 Joh 21:15 1Co 8:11-13 2Ti 2:10 Heb 12:13 * 2Pe 3:9 VERSE 15 - if. * :35 Le 6:2-7 Lu 17:3,4 1Co 6:6-8; 8:12 2Co 7:12 Col 3:13 * 1Th 4:6 - go. * Le 19:17 Ps 141:5 Pr 25:9,10 - thou hast. * Pr 11:30 Ro 12:21 1Co 9:19-21 Jas 19 5:19,20 1Pe 3:1 VERSE 16 - that in. * Nu 35:30 De 17:6; 19:15 1Ki 21:13 Joh 8:17 2Co 13:1 1Ti 5:19 * Heb 10:28 1Jo 5:7,8 Re 11:3 VERSE 17 - tell. * Ac 6:1-3; 15:6,7 1Co 5:4,5; 6:1-4 2Co 2:6,7 3Jo 1:9,10 - let. * Ro 16:17,18 1Co 5:3-5,9-13 2Th 3:6,14,15 1Ti 6:5 2Jo 1:10,11 - an heathen. * Mt 6:7 Ezr 6:21 Eze 11:12 2Co 6:14-17 Eph 4:17-19; 5:11,12 - a publican. * Mt 5:46; 11:19; 21:31,32 Lu 15:1; 18:11; 19:2,3 VERSE 18 * Mt 16:19 Joh 20:23 Ac 15:23-31 1Co 5:4,5 2Co 2:10 Re 3:7,8 VERSE 19 - That if. * Mt 5:24; 21:22 Mr 11:24 Joh 15:7,16 Ac 1:14; 2:1,2; 4:24-31; 6:4 * Ac 12:5 Eph 6:18-20 Php 1:19 Jas 5:14-16 1Jo 3:22; 5:14-16 * Re 11:4-6 - it shall. * Joh 14:13,14; 16:23 VERSE 20 - two. * Ge 49:10 Joh 20:19,26 1Co 5:4 1Th 1:1 Phm 2 1:2 - there. * Mt 28:20 Ex 20:24 Zec 2:5 Joh 8:58 Re 1:11-13; 2:1; 21:3 VERSE 21 - till. * :15 Lu 17:3,4 VERSE 22 - but. * Mt 6:11,12,14,15 Isa 55:7 Mic 7:19 Mr 11:25,26 Ro 12:21 * Eph 4:26,31,32; 5:1 Col 3:13 1Ti 2:8 VERSE 23 - is. * Mt 3:2; 13:24,31,33,44,45,47,52; 25:1,14 - which. * Mt 25:19-30 Lu 16:1,2; 19:12-27 Ro 14:12 1Co 4:5 2Co 5:10,11 VERSE 24 - owed. * Lu 7:41,42; 13:4 *marg: * Lu 16:5,7 - ten thousand. [Murias <3461> talanton <5007>,] a myriad of talents, the highest number known in Greek arithmetical notation. According to Prideaux, the Roman talent was equal to 216; ten thousand of which would amount to 2,160,000. If the Jewish talent of silver be designed, which is estimated by the same learned writer at 450., this sum amounts to 4,500,000.; but if the gold talent is meant, which is equal to 7200., then the amount is 72,000,000. This immense sum represents our boundless obligations to God, and our utter incapacity, as sinners infinitely indebted to Divine justice, of paying one mite out of the talent. * 1Ch 29:7 Ezr 9:6 Ps 38:4; 40:12; 130:3,4 - talents. 'A talent is 750 ounces of silver, which after five shillings the ounce is 187. 10s.' VERSE 25 - commanded. * Le 25:39 2Ki 4:1 Ne 5:5,8 Isa 50:1 VERSE 26 - worshipped him. or, besought him. have. * :29 Lu 7:43 Ro 10:3 VERSE 27 - moved. * Jud 10:16 Ne 9:17 Ps 78:38; 86:5,15; 145:8 Ho 11:8 VERSE 28 - an hundred. Rather, 'a hundred denarii,' as our penny does not convey one seventh of the meaning. This would amount to about 3 .2s .6d. English; which was not one six hundred thousandth part of the 10,000 talents, even calculating them as Roman talents. - pence. 'The Roman penny is the eighth part of an ounce, which after five shillings the ounce is sevenpence halfpenny.' * Mt 20:2 - and took. * De 15:2 Ne 5:7,10,11; 10:31 Isa 58:3 Eze 45:9 VERSE 29 - Have. * :26; 6:12 Phm 18 1:18,19 VERSE 30 - but. * 1Ki 21:27-29; 22:27 VERSE 31 - they. * Ps 136 119:136,158 Jer 9:1 Mr 3:5 Lu 19:41 Ro 9:1-3; 12:15 * 2Co 11:21 Heb 13:3 - and came. * Ge 37:2 Lu 14:21 Heb 13:17 VERSE 32 - O thou. * Mt 25:26 Lu 19:22 Ro 3:19 VERSE 33 - even. * Mt 5:44,45 Lu 6:35,36 Eph 4:32; 5:1,2 Col 3:13 VERSE 34 - and delivered. * Mt 5:25,26 Lu 12:58,59 2Th 1:8,9 Re 14:10,11 VERSE 35 - do. * Mt 6:12,14,15; 7:1,2 Pr 21:13 Mr 11:26 Lu 6:37,38 Jas 13 2:13 - from. * Pr 21:2 Jer 3:10 Zec 7:12 Lu 16:15 Jas 3:14; 4:8 Re 2:23 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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