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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Acts 13:42


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    King James Bible - Acts 13:42

    And when the Jews were gone out of the synagogue, the Gentiles besought that these words might be preached to them the next sabbath.

    World English Bible

    So when the Jews went out of the synagogue, the Gentiles begged that these
    words might be preached to them the next Sabbath.

    Douay-Rheims - Acts 13:42

    And as they went out, they desired them, that on the next sabbath, they would speak unto them these
    words.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And when the Jews had gone out of the synagogue, the Gentiles besought that these
    words might be preached to them the next sabbath.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (42) -
    Ac 10:33; 28:28 Eze 3:6 Mt 11:21; 19:30

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 13:42

    ¶ Y saliendo ellos de la sinagoga de los judíos, los gentiles les rogaron que el sbado siguiente les hablasen estas palabras.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Acts 13:42

    Verse 42. When the
    Jews were gone out] That part of them in whom the words of the prophet were fulfilled, viz. those who, though they had the clearest relation of so interesting a history, would not believe it: they shut their eyes against the light, and hardened their hearts against the truth.

    There were other Jews in the assembly that did believe, and were saved.

    The Gentiles besought] There is some doubt whether the original, parekaloun ta eqnh, should be translated the Gentiles besought; or they besought the Gentiles: for the words will bear either, but the latter sense more naturally. When the Jews retired, determining not to credit what was spoken, the apostle, seeing the Gentiles of a better mind, requested them to come and hear those words, or doctrines, the next Sabbath. But, the next, to metaxu, as Hiesychius defines it, met oligon, ana meson, shortly, or betwixt, may mean the after part of the same Sabbath, or the course of the ensuing week, between the two Sabbaths; for Mondays and Thursdays, or the second and fifth days of the week, were times in which those who feared God usually met together in the synagogue; for it is a maxim with the rabbins, that no three days should elapse without reading of the law.

    On this verse there is a great number of various readings: instead of, when the Jews were going out of the synagogue, ABCDE, several others of great repute, with all the Syriac, the Coptic, AEthiopic, Armenian, Vulgate, and Itala, read, As they were going out, they entreated that these words should be preached unto them in the course of the week, or the next Sabbath. So that, according to this well accredited reading, the words, ek thv sunagwghv twn ioudaiwn, are left out in the first clause, autwn being put in their place; and ta eqnh, the Gentiles, is wholly omitted in the second clause. The most eminent critics approve of this reading; indeed it stands on such authority as to render it almost indubitable. Of the autwn, them, which is substituted for the first clause, Professor White says, lectio indubie genuina: this reading is undoubtedly genuine; and of the ta eqnh eiv, he says, certissime delenda: they should certainly be expunged. We are therefore to understand the words thus: that, "as they were going out on the breaking up of the assembly, some of them desired that they might have these doctrines preached to them on the ensuing week or Sabbath." And thus all the ambiguity of the verse vanishes.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 42. And when the Jews were gone out of the synagogue , etc.] The time of worship there being over; or being offended at the apostles discourse concerning Jesus: the words will bear to be rendered, when they were gone out of the synagogue of the Jews; and the sense be, when Paul and Barnabas were come out from thence, Paul having finished his discourse: the word Jews, and the phrase, out of the synagogue, are left out in Bezas ancient copy, and in the Alexandrian copy, and in the Vulgate Latin, and Syriac versions; and so may be interpreted either of the Jews, or of Paul and Barnabas; the Ethiopic version leaves out the whole clause: the Gentiles besought that these words might be spoken unto them the next sabbath; that is, the proselytes from among the Gentiles, who attended on the synagogue of the Jews, and who stayed behind when the Jews were gone out, being exceedingly delighted with the apostles doctrine, most earnestly entreated that the same subject might be insisted upon the next sabbath: or, as Dr. Lightfoot observes, the words may be rendered, they besought the Gentiles; that is, the apostles, when they saw the Jews go out, being offended, addressed the Gentiles, and entreated them to come the next sabbath day, and patiently hear these doctrines: though in the above copies and versions there is no mention made of the Gentiles, any more than of the Jews; so that this may be understood either of the rulers of the synagogue, who first invited them to speak a word of exhortation to the people, or of the whole body, Jews and proselytes, who, when they were departing, entreated they might hear them again the next sabbath; about which next sabbath, there is some difficulty; the words may be rendered, between the sabbath, and so may regard what we call weekdays, or working days; and which the Jews call yytnb ymy , the intermediate days, or the days between one sabbath and another f691 ; and on some one of these days it was desired that the apostles would give them another discourse on the same subject; and it may be particularly, that either Monday or Thursday, the second or fifth day of the week, might be pitched upon; since on these days the Jews met together in the synagogue, and read the law, according to the order of Ezra, that they might not be three days without the law f692 ; and these were the days on which they fasted, ( Luke 18:12). Others choose to render the words, on the sabbath day after; and so the Syriac version renders it, on the other sabbath; and the Ethiopic version, the sabbath following; and so the Vulgate Latin, with which ours, and others agree; and to this reading and sense, ( Acts 13:44) greatly inclines; though they might meet together on one of the days between, when being so delighted with what they heard, and of which they so much talked, that the next sabbath almost the whole city came together to hear: but what pleases me best, and which, I think, has never been observed by any, is, that there was one sabbath in the year which was called ytnb tb ; which may be rendered by to metaxu sabbaton , the sabbath between, or the intermediate sabbath; and this sabbath was on one of the ten days before the day of atonement; and was so called, because it was between the first of Tisri, which answers to part of our September, and was the beginning of the year, and the tenth of the same month, which was the day of atonement; and was a sabbath very much taken notice of by the Jews f693 : and now this might be the sabbath following, and so all agrees; and a reason may be given for the different phrases in this verse, and ( Acts 13:44) and if so, this also points out the time of the year that Paul and Barnabas were at Antioch in Pisidia, and when that remarkable period began, that the apostles turned from the Jews, and preached to the Gentiles.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 42-52 - The
    Jews opposed the doctrine the apostles preached; and when the could find no objection, they blasphemed Christ and his gospel Commonly those who begin with contradicting, end with blaspheming. But when adversaries of Christ's cause are daring, its advocates should be the bolder. And while many judge themselves unworthy of eternal life others, who appear less likely, desire to hear more of the glad tiding of salvation. This is according to what was foretold in the Ol Testament. What light, what power, what a treasure does this gospe bring with it! How excellent are its truths, its precepts, it promises! Those came to Christ whom the Father drew, and to whom the Spirit made the gospel call effectual, Ro 8:30. As many as wer disposed to eternal life, as many as had concern about their eterna state, and aimed to make sure of eternal life, believed in Christ, i whom God has treasured up that life, and who is the only Way to it; an it was the grace of God that wrought it in them. It is good to se honourable women devout; the less they have to do in the world, the more they should do for their own souls, and the souls of others: but it is sad, when, under colour of devotion to God, they try to sho hatred to Christ. And the more we relish the comforts an encouragements we meet with in the power of godliness, and the fulle our hearts are of them, the better prepared we are to face difficultie in the profession of godliness __________________________________________________________________


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    42. Next (metaxu). The word commonly means intermediate, and hence is explained by some as referring to the intermediate
    week. But the meaning is fixed by ver. 44; and though the word does not occur in the New Testament elsewhere in the sense of next, it has that meaning sometimes in later Greek.

    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    13:42 {And as they went out} (exiontwn de autwn). Genitive absolute with present
    active participle of exeimi, to go out, old verb, in the N.T. only in #Ac 12:42; 17:15; 20:7; 27:43. As they (Paul and Barnabas) were going out with all the excitement and hubbub created by the sermon. {They besought} (parekaloun). Imperfect active, inchoative, began to beseech. The Textus Receptus inserts wrongly ta eqne (the Gentiles) as if the Jews were opposed to Paul from the first as some doubtless were. But both Jews and Gentiles asked for the repetition of the sermon (laleqenai, first aorist passive infinitive object of parekaloun with accusative of general reference). {The next Sabbath} (eis to metaxu sabbaton). Late use (Josephus, Plutarch, etc.) of metaxu (meta and xun=sun) in sense of after or next instead of between (sense of meta prevailing). Note use of eis for "on" or "by."


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