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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Luke 10:1


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    King James Bible - Luke 10:1

    After these things the Lord appointed other seventy also, and sent them two and two before his face into every city and place, whither he himself would come.

    World English Bible

    Now after these things, the Lord also appointed seventy others, and sent them two by two ahead of him into every city and
    place, where he was about to come.

    Douay-Rheims - Luke 10:1

    AND after these things the Lord appointed also other seventy-two: and he sent them two and two before his face into every city and
    place whither he himself was to come.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    After these things, the Lord appointed other seventy also, and sent them two and two before his face into every city, and
    place, whither he himself would come.

    Greek Textus Receptus


    μετα
    3326 PREP δε 1161 CONJ ταυτα 5023 D-APN ανεδειξεν 322 5656 V-AAI-3S ο 3588 T-NSM κυριος 2962 N-NSM και 2532 CONJ ετερους 2087 A-APM εβδομηκοντα 1440 A-NUI και 2532 CONJ απεστειλεν 649 5656 V-AAI-3S αυτους 846 P-APM ανα 303 PREP δυο 1417 A-NUI προ 4253 PREP προσωπου 4383 N-GSN αυτου 846 P-GSM εις 1519 PREP πασαν 3956 A-ASF πολιν 4172 N-ASF και 2532 CONJ τοπον 5117 N-ASM ου 3739 R-GSM 3757 ADV εμελλεν 3195 5707 V-IAI-3S αυτος 846 P-NSM ερχεσθαι 2064 5738 V-PNN

    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (1) -
    Mt 10:1 *etc:

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:1

    ¶ Y despus de estas cosas, seal el Seor aun otros setenta, los cuales envi de dos en dos delante de sí, a todas las ciudades y lugares a donde l había de venir.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Luke 10:1

    Verse 1. The
    Lord appointed other seventy] Rather, seventy others, not other seventy, as our translation has it, which seems to intimate that he had appointed seventy before this time, though, probably, the word other has a reference to the twelve chosen first: he not only chose twelve disciples to be constantly with him; but he chose seventy others to go before him. Our blessed Lord formed every thing in his Church on the model of the Jewish Church; and why? Because it was the pattern shown by God himself, the Divine form, which pointed out the heavenly substance which now began to be established in its place. As he before had chosen twelve apostles, in reference to the twelve patriarchs, who were the chiefs of the twelve tribes, and the heads of the Jewish Church, he now publicly appointed (for so the word anedeizen means) seventy others, as Moses did the seventy elders whom he associated with himself to assist him in the government of the people. Exod. xviii. 19; xxiv. 1-9. These Christ sent by two and two: 1. To teach them the necessity of concord among the ministers of righteousness. 2. That in the mouths of two witnesses every thing might be established. And, 3. That they might comfort and support each other in their difficult labour. See on Mark vi. 7. Several MSS. and versions have seventy-two. Sometimes the Jews chose six out of each tribe: this was the number of the great Sanhedrin. The names of these seventy disciples are found in the margin of some ancient MSS., but this authority is questionable.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 1. After these things , etc.] After the calling and mission of the twelve
    apostles, and giving them their powers, commissions, and instructions, with other things that followed thereon; ( Luke 9:1) the Lord appointed other seventy also ; not that he had appointed before seventy, and now made an appointment of seventy more; but as the Syriac version renders it, Jesus separated out of his disciples, seventy others that is, besides the twelve, whom he chose and called out, from among the multitude of the disciples, and ordained them apostles, he selected and ordained seventy others, in allusion to the seventy elders of Israel, ( Numbers 11:16,24,25). The Vulgate Latin and Persic versions read, seventy two, and so does Epiphanius f334 . The Jewish sanhedrim is sometimes said to consist of seventy one f335 , and sometimes of seventy two f336 ; though commonly said to be of the round number seventy, as these disciples might be. The above mentioned ancient writer gives the names of some of them, as the seven deacons; Stephen, Philip, Prochorus, Nicanor, Timon, Parmenas, and Nicolas; together with Matthias, Mark, Luke, Justus, Barnabas, Apelies, Rufus, and Niger. The names of all these disciples, according to ancient traditions, though not to be depended on, are given in an alphabetical order, with the places where they afterwards presided as bishops, or pastors, by a late learned writer f337 , and are as follow, viz. Agabus, the prophet; Amphias, of Odyssus, sometimes called Amphiatus; Ananias, who baptized Paul, bishop of Damascus; Andronicus, of Pannonia, or Spain; Apelies, of Smyrna, or, according to others, of Heraclea; Apollo, of Caesarea; Aristarchus, of Apamea; Aristobulus, of Britain; Artemas, of Lustra; Asyncritus, of Hyrcania; Barnabas, of Milgin; Barnabas, of Heraclea; Caesar, of Dyrrachium; Caius, of Ephesus; Carpus, of Berytus, in Thracia; Cephas, bishop of Konia; Clemens, of Sardinia; Cleophas, of Jerusalem; Crescens, of Chalcedon, in Galatia; Demas, a priest of idols; Epaenetus, of Carthage; Epaphroditus, of Andriace; Erastus, of Paneas, or, according to others, of the Philippians; Evodus, of Antioch; Hermas, of Philippi, or Philippolls; Hermes, of Dalmatia; Hermogenus and Phygellus, who followed Simon Magus; Hermogenus, bishop of the Megarenes; Herodion, of Tarsus; James, the brother of our Lord, of Jerusalem; Jason, of Tarsus; Jesus Justus, bishop of Eleutheropolis: Linus, of Rome; Luke, the evangelist: Lucius, of Laodicea, in Syria; Mark, who is also John, of Biblopohs, or Byblus; Mark the evangelist, bishop of Alexandna; Mark, the sister's son of Barnabas, bishop of Apolloma; Matthias, added to the apostles; Narcissus, of Athens; Nicanor, he died when Stephen suffered martyrdom; Nicolaus, of Samaria; Olympius, a martyr at Rome; Onesiphorus, bishop of Corone; Parmenas, of the Soli, Patrobulus, the same with Patrobas, in ( Romans 16:14) of Puteoli, or as others, of Naples; Philemon, of Gaza; Philemon (in the Acts he is called Philip), by whom the eunuch of the queen of Ethiopia was baptized, of Trallium, of Asia; Philologus, of Sinope; Phlegon, bishop of Marathon; Phygellus, of Ephesus; Prochorus, of Nicomedia, in Bithynia; Pudens; Quartus, of Berytus; Rhodion, a martyr at Rome; Rufus, of Thebes; Silas, of Corinth; Sylvanus, of Thessalonica; Sosipater, of Iconium; Sosthenes, of Colophon; Stachys, of Byzantium; Stephen, the first martyr; Tertius, of Iconium; Thaddaeus, who carried the epistle of Jesus to Edessa, to Abgarus; Timon, of Bostra, of the Arabians; Trophimus, who suffered martyrdora with the Apostle Paul; Tychicus, bishop of Chalcedon, of Bithynia; Tychicus, of Colophon; Urbanus, of Macedonm; and, Zenas, of Diospolis. According both to this account, and Epiphanius, Luke was one of these seventy, and he is the only evangelist that makes mention of the appointment of them: and sent them two and two before his face : as he did the twelve before, to be his harbingers and forerunners: into every city and place, whither he himself would come : which he intended to visit: he sent them beforehand to acquaint the inhabitants of it; and prepare them by their ministry, for the reception of him; as John the Baptist, who was in a more eminent sense the harbinger and forerunner of Christ, went before him in his ministry, and prepared the way for him.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-16 -
    Christ sent the seventy disciples, two and two, that they migh strengthen and encourage one another. The ministry of the gospel call men to receive Christ as a Prince and a Saviour; and he will surel come in the power of his Spirit to all places whither he sends his faithful servants. But the doom of those who receive the grace of God in vain, will be very fearful Those who despise the faithful minister of Christ, who think meanly of them, and look scornfully upon them will be reckoned as despisers of God and Christ.


    Greek Textus Receptus


    μετα
    3326 PREP δε 1161 CONJ ταυτα 5023 D-APN ανεδειξεν 322 5656 V-AAI-3S ο 3588 T-NSM κυριος 2962 N-NSM και 2532 CONJ ετερους 2087 A-APM εβδομηκοντα 1440 A-NUI και 2532 CONJ απεστειλεν 649 5656 V-AAI-3S αυτους 846 P-APM ανα 303 PREP δυο 1417 A-NUI προ 4253 PREP προσωπου 4383 N-GSN αυτου 846 P-GSM εις 1519 PREP πασαν 3956 A-ASF πολιν 4172 N-ASF και 2532 CONJ τοπον 5117 N-ASM ου 3739 R-GSM 3757 ADV εμελλεν 3195 5707 V-IAI-3S αυτος 846 P-NSM ερχεσθαι 2064 5738 V-PNN

    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    1.
    Appointed (anedeixen). Used by Luke only. Lit., to lift up and shew, as Acts i. 24: "Shew which one thou hast chosen." Hence to proclaim any one elected to an office. See on the kindred noun, shewing, ch. i. 80. Other seventy. Wrong; for he had not appointed seventy previously.

    Rev., rightly, seventy others, with reference to the twelve.


    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    10:1 {Appointed} (anedeixen). First aorist active indicative of anadeiknumi, an old verb, not only common, but in LXX. In the N.T. only here and #Ac 1:24. Cf. anadeixis in #Lu 1:80. To show forth, display, proclaim, appoint. {Seventy others} (heterous hebdomekonta kai). The "also" (kai) and the "others" point back to the mission of the Twelve in Galilee (#9:1-6). Some critics think that Luke has confused this report of a mission in Judea with that in Galilee, but needlessly so. What earthly objection can there be to two similar missions? B D Syr. Cur. and Syr. Sin. have "seventy-two." The seventy elders were counted both ways and the Sanhedrin likewise and the nations of the earth. It is an evenly balanced point. {Two and two} (ana duo). For companionship as with the Twelve though #Mr 6:7 has it duo (vernacular idiom). B K have here ana duo, a combination of the idiom in #Mr 6:7 and that here. {He himself was about to come} (emellen autos ercesqai). Imperfect of mellw with present infinitive and note autos. Jesus was to follow after and investigate the work done. this was only a temporary appointment and no names are given, but they could cover a deal of territory.


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