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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Luke 17:18


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    King James Bible - Luke 17:18

    There are not found that returned to give glory to God, save this stranger.

    World English Bible

    Were there none found who returned to give glory to God, except this stranger?"

    Douay-Rheims - Luke 17:18

    There is no one found to return and give glory to God, but this stranger.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    There are not found returning to give glory to God, save this stranger.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (18) -
    Ps 29:1,2; 50:23; 106:13 Isa 42:12 Re 14:7

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 17:18

    ¿No hubo quien volviese y diese gloria a Dios sino este extranjero?

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Luke 17:18

    Verse 18. This
    stranger.] Often God receives more praise and affectionate obedience from those who had long lived without his knowledge and fear, than from those who were bred up among his people, and who profess to be called by his name. The simple reason is, Those who have MUCH forgiven will love much, chap. vii. 47.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 18. There are not found that returned , etc.] Or it do not appear, that any have returned: to give
    glory to God ; for inasmuch as they did not return to give thanks to Christ, and acknowledge him the author of their cure and cleansing they did not give glory to God: save this stranger ; for so the Samaritans were reckoned by the Jews, even as the Gentile, aliens from the commonwealth, of Israel, and strangers to the covenants of promise. Christ speaks in the language and dialect of the nation, and yet we find sometimes, that, ytwk , a Cuthite, or a Samaritan, is distinguished from, yrkn , a stranger, Or a Gentile: they might set up their beasts in the inns of the Samaritans, but not in the inns of strangers; and a man might let out his bath to a Samaritan, but not to a stranger f531 ; but this must be understood of them in times past, before they were found out to be idolaters; when, as Rabban Simeon ben Gamaliel says f532 , they were as Israelites in all things, and kept the law and the precepts of it, and even more exactly than the Israelites themselves did f533 ; but afterwards a Samaritan was reckoned a Gentile, and so he was in the times of Christ; and therefore he calls a Samaritan a stranger: that tradition of the Jews, requires some notice and consideration f534 ; all are defiled with leprosies, except yrknh , strangers, and the proselyte of the gate.

    And yet here is a stranger among the Jews, and reckoned unclean, on account of leprosy, and sent with them to show himself to the priest.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 11-19 - A sense of our spiritual leprosy should make us very humble whenever we draw near to Christ. It is enough to refer ourselves to the compassion of Christ, for they fail not. We may look for God to meet us with mercy, when we are found in the way of obedience. Only one of those wh were healed returned to give thanks. It becomes us, like him, to be very humble in thanksgivings, as well as in prayers. Christ noticed the one who thus distinguished himself, he was a Samaritan. The others onl got the outward cure, he alone got the spiritual blessing.


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    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    17:18 {
    Save this stranger} (ei me ho allogenes). The old word was allofulos (#Ac 10:28), but allogenes occurs in the LXX, Josephus, and inscriptions. Deissmann (_Light from the Ancient East_, p. 80) gives the inscription from the limestone block from the Temple of Israel in Jerusalem which uses this very word which may have been read by Jesus: {Let no foreigner enter within the screen and enclosure surrounding the sanctuary} (meqena allogene eisporeuesqai entos tou peri to hieron trufaktou kai peribolou).


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