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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - John 5:33


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    King James Bible - John 5:33

    Ye sent unto John, and he bare witness unto the truth.

    World English Bible

    You have sent to John, and he has testified to the truth.

    Douay-Rheims - John 5:33

    You sent to John, and he gave testimony to the truth.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Ye sent to John, and he testified to the truth.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (33) -
    Joh 1:19-27

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:33

    Vosotros enviasteis mensajeros a Juan, y l dio testimonio a la verdad.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - John 5:33

    Verse 33. Ye sent unto John] I am not without
    human testimony of the most respectable kind:-Ye sent to John, and he bare witness. There are several circumstances in John's character which render his testimony unexceptionable. 1. He is consulted by the very enemies of Christ, as a very holy and extraordinary man. 2. He is perfectly free from all self- interest, having declined making the least advantage by his own reputation. 3. He is sincere, undaunted, and so averse from all kinds of flattery that he reproves Herod at the hazard of his liberty and life. 4. He was so far from being solicited by Christ to give his testimony that he had not even seen him when he gave it. See chap. i. 19-28.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 33. Ye sent unto John , etc.] The sanhedrim at
    Jerusalem made a deputation of priests and Levites to him, to know who he was, whether the Messiah, or Elias, or that prophet, ( John 1:19). Now had they not looked upon him, from what they knew of him, or from the character they had of him, as a faithful witness, they would never have shown him so much respect, and have been at so much pains, and charge, as to send such a body of men so far unto him, as from Jerusalem to beyond Jordan; which circumstance our Lord improves in favour of this evidence he produces: and he bare witness unto the truth ; to Christ, who is the truth itself; and to the truth of his person, and office; to his dignity, and eternity, as being before him, though coming after him; and to his divine sonship, the thing now in debate, declaring, that he was the Son of God; and to his office, as Mediator, pointing to him as the Lamb of God, who, by his blood, and sacrifice, takes away the sins of men. The Ethiopic version reads by way of interrogation, did not you send unto John? etc.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 30-38 - Our
    Lord returns to his declaration of the entire agreement between the Father and the Son, and declared himself the Son of God. He had highe testimony than that of John; his works bore witness to all he had said But the Divine word had no abiding-place in their hearts, as the refused to believe in Him whom the Father had sent, according to his ancient promises. The voice of God, accompanied by the power of the Holy Ghost, thus made effectual to the conversion of sinners, stil proclaims that this is the beloved Son, in whom the Father is wel pleased. But when the hearts of men are full of pride, ambition, an the love of the world, there is no room for the word of God to abide in them.


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    33. Ye sent. Rev., rightly, have sent. The
    perfect tense, with allusion to something abiding in its results. Similarly, bare witness should be hath born. Note the expressed ye (umeiv), emphatically marking the contrast between the human testimony which the Jews demanded, and the divine testimony on which Jesus relies (ver. 34).


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