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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Mark 1:43

    CHAPTERS: Mark 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16     

    VERSES: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45




    King James Bible - Mark 1:43

    And he straitly charged him, and forthwith sent him away;

    World English Bible

    He strictly warned him, and immediately sent him out,

    Douay-Rheims - Mark 1:43

    And he strictly charged him, and forthwith sent him away.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And he strictly charged him, and forthwith sent him away;

    Greek Textus Receptus

    2532 CONJ εμβριμησαμενος 1690 5666 V-ADP-NSM αυτω 846 P-DSM ευθεως 2112 ADV εξεβαλεν 1544 5627 V-2AAI-3S αυτον 846 P-ASM

    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (43) -
    Mr 3:12; 5:43; 7:36 Mt 9:30 Lu 8:56

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:43

    Entonces le apercibi, y le despidi luego,

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Mark 1:43

    Verse 43. Straitly charged] See the reason for this, Matt. viii. 4. This verse is wanting in two copies of the Itala.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 43. And he straitly charged him ; etc..] Either with the
    sin which had been the cause of this leprosy, and to take care that he sinned that sin no more, lest a worse evil should befall him; for sin was usually the cause of leprosy, as the cases of Miriam, Gehazi, and Uzziah show. It is said to come upon men for seven things. The seven abominations mentioned in ( Proverbs 6:16-19), are said, by the Jewish writers f19 , to be the reasons of persons being stricken with leprosy: a proud look; as appears from the instance of the daughters of Zion, ( Isaiah 3:16-24), the crowns of whose heads were smitten with a scab, and who were attended with a stink, boldness, and burning. A lying tongue; as in the case of Miriam, who, with Aaron, spoke against Moses; upon which the cloud departed from the tabernacle, and Miriam became leprous, white as snow, ( Numbers 12:1,10). And hands that shed innocent blood; which is proved from Joab, on whose head the blood of Abner and Amasa returned; and on account of which a leper was not to fail from his house; (see Kings 2:31,32), compared with ( 2 Samuel 3:29). An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations; which was fulfilled in Uzziah, who sought to bring the high priesthood into contempt, and therefore was smitten with leprosy, which arose in his forehead, while he had the censer in his hands, and was contending with the priests; and he continued a leper to his death, ( 2 Chronicles 26:18-21). Feet that be swift in running to mischief; which was true of Gehazi, who ran after Naaman the Syrian, and took a gift of him which he should not; for which, the leprosy, Naaman was cured of, seized him, and cleaved unto him, ( 2 Kings 5:20-27). A false witness that speaketh lies; of this no instance is given. And him that soweth discord among brethren; as Pharaoh between Abraham and Sarah; wherefore the Lord plagued Pharaoh, etc.. ( Genesis 12:17), which the Jews understand of the plague of leprosy. These seven things are, in another place f20 , said to be an evil tongue, shedding of blood, a vain oath, uncleanness, a proud spirit, theft, and envy. Elsewhere it is said f21 , that for eleven things leprosy cometh; for cursing God, for uncleanness, for murder, for saying of a neighbour a thing that there is nothing in it, for pride, for entering into a border which is not a man's own, for a lying tongue, for theft, for a false oath, for profaning the name of God, for idolatry: and R. Isaac says, for an evil eye; and the Rabbins also say, it comes upon him who despises the words of the law: the first is proved from Goliath, ( 1 Samuel 17:26,46); the second from the daughters of Jerusalem, ( Isaiah 3:16-24); the third from Cain, ( Genesis 4:15) and from Joab, ( 2 Samuel 3:29); the fourth from Moses, ( Exodus 4:5,6); the fifth from Naaman, ( 2 Kings 5:1); the sixth from Uzziah, ( Chronicles 26:16-19); the seventh from Miriam, ( Numbers 12:10); the eighth and ninth from ( Zechariah 5:4), compared with ( Leviticus 14:45); the tenth from Gehazi, ( 2 Kings 5:20,27); the eleventh from the children of Israel when they made the calf, ( Exodus 32:25), compared with ( Numbers 5:2). But whether this man's sin was either of these, or what it was, is not certain: however, he was, by this cure, laid under an obligation, for the future, to avoid it, and all other sins: or rather the charge was to tell no man of his cure, before he came to the priest: nor to him, or any other, how he came by it, and by whom he was healed; and forthwith sent him away ; to the priest, in all haste; and it looks as if the man was unwilling to have gone from him, but chose rather to have continued with his kind benefactor: for the word signifies, he cast him out; he drove him from him; he obliged him to go without delay.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 40-45 - We have here
    Christ's cleansing of a leper. It teaches us to apply to the Saviour with great humility, and with full submission to his will saying, "Lord, if thou wilt," without any doubt of Christ's readines to help the distressed. See also what to expect from Christ; tha according to our faith it shall be to us. The poor leper said, If tho wilt. Christ readily wills favours to those who readily refe themselves to his will. Christ would have nothing done that looked lik seeking praise of the people. But no reasons now exist why we shoul hesitate to spread the praises of Christ __________________________________________________________________

    Greek Textus Receptus

    2532 CONJ εμβριμησαμενος 1690 5666 V-ADP-NSM αυτω 846 P-DSM ευθεως 2112 ADV εξεβαλεν 1544 5627 V-2AAI-3S αυτον 846 P-ASM

    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    43. Strictly charged (embrimhsamenov). Rev., sternly, in margin. The word is originally to snort, as of mettlesome
    horses. Hence, to fret, or chafe, or be otherwise strongly moved; and then, as a result of this feeling, to admonish or rebuke urgently. The Lord evidently spoke to him peremptorily. Compare sent him out (exebalen); lit, drove or cast him out. The reason for this charge and dismissal lay in the desire of Jesus not to thwart his ministry by awaking the premature violence of his enemies; who, if they should see the leper and hear his story before he had been officially pronounced clean by the priest, might deny either that he had been a leper or had been truly cleansed.

    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    1:43 {Strictly charged} (embrimesamenos). Only in Mark. #Lu 5:14 has pareggeilen (commanded). Mark's word occurs also in #14:5 and in #Mt 9:30 and #Joh 11:38. See on Mt 9:30. It is a
    strong word for the snorting of a horse and expresses powerful emotion as Jesus stood here face to face with leprosy, itself a symbol of sin and all its train of evils. The command to report to the priests was in accord with the Mosaic regulations and the prohibition against talking about it was to allay excitement and to avoid needless opposition to Christ.

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