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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - John 11:48


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    King James Bible - John 11:48

    If we let him thus alone, all men will believe on him: and the Romans shall come and take away both our place and nation.

    World English Bible

    If we leave him alone like this, everyone will believe in him, and the Romans will come and take away both our
    place and our nation."

    Douay-Rheims - John 11:48

    If we let him alone so, all will believe in him; and the Romans will come, and take away our
    place and nation.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    If we let him thus alone, all
    men will believe on him: and the Romans will come, and take away both our place and nation.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (48) -
    Ac 5:28,38-40

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:48

    Si le dejamos así, todos creern en l; y vendrn los romanos, y quitarn nuestro lugar y la nacin.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - John 11:48

    Verse 48. All
    men will believe on him] If we permit him to work but a few more miracles like these two last (the cure of the blind man, and the resurrection of Lazarus) he will be universally acknowledged for the Messiah; the people will proclaim him king; and the Romans, who can suffer no government here but their own, will be so irritated that they will send their armies against us, and destroy our temple, and utterly dissolve our civil and ecclesiastical existence. Thus, under the pretense of the public good, these men of blood hide their hatred against Christ, and resolve to put him to death. To get the people on their side, they must give the alarm of destruction to the nation: if this man be permitted to live, we shall be all destroyed! Their former weapons will not now avail. On the subject of keeping the Sabbath, they had been already confounded; and his last miracles were so incontestable that they could no longer cry out, He is a deceiver.

    Both our place and nation.] Literally, this place, ton topon: but that the temple only is understood is dear from Acts vi. 13, 14; 2 Macc. i. 14; ii. 18; iii. 18; v. 16, 17; x. 7; where it is uniformly called the place, or the holy place, because they considered it the most glorious and excellent place in the world. When men act in opposition to God's counsel, the very evils which they expect thereby to avoid will come upon them. They said, If we do not put Jesus to death, the Romans will destroy both our temple and nation. Now, it was because they put him to death that the Romans burnt and razed their temple to the ground, and put a final period to their political existence. See Matt. xxii. 7; and the notes on chap. 24.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 48. If we let him thus alone , etc.] Going about from place to place, teaching the people, and doing such miracles: all men will believe on him ; the whole nation will receive him as the Messiah, and proclaim him their king, and yield a cheerful obedience to all his commands: the Romans will come ; against us, with their powerful armies; interpreting the setting him up as Messiah, to be an instance of rebellion against Caesar, and his government: and take away both our place and nation ; that is, will destroy the temple, their holy place, the place of their religion and worship; and their city, the place of their habitation, and lay waste their country; and take away from them that little share of power and government they had, and strip them both of their civil and religious privileges: the Persic version renders it, they will take away our place, and make a decree against our religion.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 47-53 - There can hardly be a more
    clear discovery of the madness that is in man's heart, and of its desperate enmity against God, than what is her recorded. Words of prophecy in the mouth, are not clear evidence of principle of grace in the heart. The calamity we seek to escape by sin we take the most effectual course to bring upon our own heads; as thos do who think by opposing Christ's kingdom, to advance their own worldl interest. The fear of the wicked shall come upon them. The conversio of souls is the gathering of them to Christ as their ruler and refuge and he died to effect this. By dying he purchased them to himself, an the gift of the Holy Ghost for them: his love in dying for believer should unite them closely together.


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    48.
    Place and nation (ton topon kai to eqnov). Place, the temple and city (Acts vi. 13; xxi. 28; Matt. xxiv. 15). Nation, the civil organization. See on 1 Pet. ii. 9; Luke ii. 32 In the Sanhedrim were many devoted adherents of Rome, and the rest were well aware of the weakness of the national power.


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