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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - John 7:19


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    King James Bible - John 7:19

    Did not Moses give you the law, and yet none of you keepeth the law? Why go ye about to kill me?

    World English Bible

    Didn't
    Moses give you the law, and yet none of you keeps the law? Why do you seek to kill me?"

    Douay-Rheims - John 7:19

    Did
    Moses not give you the law, and yet none of you keepeth the law?

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Did not
    Moses give you the law, and yet none of you keepeth the law? Why go ye about to kill me?

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (19) -
    Joh 1:17; 5:45; 9:28,29 Ex 24:2,3 De 33:4; 1:17 Ac 7:38 Ga 3:19;

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 7:19

    ¿No os dio Moiss la ley, y ninguno de vosotros cumple la ley? ¿Por qu me procuris matar?

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - John 7:19

    Verse 19. Did not
    Moses give you the law, &c.] The scribes and Pharisees announced our Lord to the multitude as a deceiver; and they grounded their calumny on this, that he was not an exact observer of the law, for he had healed a man on the Sabbath day, chap. v. 9, 10; and consequently must be a false prophet. Now they insinuated, that the interests of religion required him to be put to death: 1. As a violator of the law; and, 2. as a false prophet and deceiver of the people. To destroy this evil reasoning, our Lord speaks in this wise: If I deserve death for curing a man on the Sabbath, and desiring him to carry home his bed, which you consider a violation of the law, you are more culpable than I am, for you circumcise a child on the Sabbath, which requires much more bustle, and is of so much less use than what I have done to the infirm man. But, if you think you do not violate the law by circumcising a child on the Sabbath, how can you condemn me for having cured one of yourselves, who has been afflicted thirty and eight years? If you consider my conduct with the same eye with which you view your own, far from finding any thing criminal in it, you will see much reason to give glory to God. Why, therefore, go ye about to kill me, as a transgressor of the law, when not one of yourselves keeps it?

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 19. Did not
    Moses give you the law , etc.] After Christ had vindicated himself and his doctrine, he proceeds to reprove the Jews for their breaking the law, which contained the will of God: by which it appeared, that they were no proper judges of his doctrine, though they cavilled at it: the question he puts could not be denied by them; for though, properly speaking, God was the lawgiver, yet inasmuch as it was delivered by Moses, it is ascribed to him, and said to come by him; and it was put into his hands, to be delivered by him, peculiarly to the people of Israel; and being given to the Jewish fathers, not only for themselves, but for their posterity in ages to come, is said to be given to the then present generation; and may be understood, either of the whole system of laws, moral, ceremonial, and, judicial, belonging to that people; or else of the particular law, concerning the keeping of the sabbath, which was a peculiar law of Moses, and proper to the children of Israel only: and [yet] none of you keepeth the law ; though they boasted of it as a singular privilege, and rested in it, and their obedience to it for life and salvation, yet daily broke it in various instances, in thought, word, or deed; yea, those that sat in Mosess chair, and taught it, did not observe and do what they taught; nor could the most holy and righteous man among them perfectly keep it: and many of them, who were most forward to censure others, for the violation of it, paid the least regard to it; and particularly to the law of the sabbath, which both priests and people transgressed, in one point or another, every sabbath day: wherefore our Lord reasons with them, why go ye about to kill me ? an harmless and innocent man, who never injured you in your persons and properties; and which is a proof of their not keeping that body of laws Moses gave them, since thou shalt not kill is one of them: though rather this may refer to the law of the sabbath, and the sense he, that since Moses had given them the law of the sabbath, and they did not keep it themselves, why should they seek to take away his life, for what they pretended was a breach of it? for our Lord here, as appears by what follows, refers to what they sought to do, above a year and a half ago, and still continued to seek after; namely, to kill him, because he had healed a man on the sabbath day, ( John 5:16,18 7:1).

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 14-24 - Every
    faithful minister may humbly adopt Christ's words. His doctrin is not his own finding out, but is from God's word, through the teaching of his Spirit. And amidst the disputes which disturb the world, if any man, of any nation, seeks to do the will of God, he shal know whether the doctrine is of God, or whether men speak of themselves. Only those who hate the truth shall be given up to error which will be fatal. Surely it was as agreeable to the design of the sabbath to restore health to the afflicted, as to administer an outwar rite. Jesus told them to decide on his conduct according to the spiritual import of the Divine law. We must not judge concerning any by their outward appearance, but by their worth, and by the gifts an graces of God's Spirit in them.


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    19. Did - give (dedwken). Some texts read the aorist tense edwken, in which
    case this rendering is correct. If with others we read the perfect, we should render hath not Moses given you the law, which you still profess to observe.

    Keepeth (poiei). Rev., rightly, doeth. Compare do in ver. 17.

    Go ye about (zhteite). Properly, seek ye. So Rev.



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