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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Mark 9:49


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    King James Bible - Mark 9:49

    For every one shall be salted with fire, and every sacrifice shall be salted with salt.

    World English Bible

    For everyone will be salted with
    fire, and every sacrifice will be seasoned with salt.

    Douay-Rheims - Mark 9:49

    For every one shall be salted with
    fire: and every victim shall be salted with salt.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    For every one shall be salted with
    fire, and every sacrifice shall be salted with salt.

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    πας
    3956 A-NSM γαρ 1063 CONJ πυρι 4442 N-DSN αλισθησεται 233 5701 V-FPI-3S και 2532 CONJ πασα 3956 A-NSF θυσια 2378 N-NSF αλι 251 N-DSM αλισθησεται 233 5701 V-FPI-3S

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    VERSE (49) -
    Le 2:13 Eze 43:24

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 9:49

    Porque todo hombre ser salado con fuego, y todo sacrificio ser salado con sal.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Mark 9:49

    Verse 49. For every one shall be salted with
    fire] Every one of those who shall live and die in sin: but there is great difficulty in this verse. The Codex Bezae, and some other MSS., have omitted the first clause; and several MSS. keep the first, and omit the last clause-and every sacrifice shall be salted with salt. There appears to be an allusion to Isa. lxvi. 24. It is generally supposed that our Lord means, that as salt preserves the flesh with which it is connected from corruption, so this everlasting fire, to pur to asbeston, this inconsumable fire, will have the property, not only of assimilating all things cast into it to its own nature, but of making them inconsumable like itself.

    Scaliger supposes, that instead of pav puri, pasa puria, every sacrifice (of flour) should be read, "Every sacrifice (of flour) shall be salted, and every burnt offering shall be salted." This, I fear, is taking the text by storm. Some take the whole in a good sense, as referring to the influence of the Spirit of God in the hearts of believers, which shall answer the same end to the soul, in preserving it from the contagion that is in the world, as salt did in the sacrifices offered to God to preserve them from putrefaction. Old Trapp's note on the place pleases me as much as any I have seen:-"The Spirit, as salt, must dry up those bad humours in us which breed the never-dying worm; and, as fire, must waste our corruptions, which else will carry us on to the unquenchable fire." Perhaps the whole is an allusion to the purification of vessels, and especially such metallic vessels as were employed in the service of the sanctuary.

    Probably the following may be considered as a parallel text:- Every thing that may abide the fire, ye shalt make go through the fire, and it shall be clean; and all that abideth not the fire, ye shall make go through the water, Num. xxxi. 23. Ye, disciples, are the Lord's sacrifice; ye shall go through much tribulation, in order to enter into my kingdom: but ye are salted, ye are influenced by the Spirit of God, and are immortal till your work is done; and should ye be offered up, martyred, this shall be a means of establishing more fully the glad tidings of the kingdom: and this Spirit shall preserve all who believe on me from the corruption of sin, and from eternal perdition. That converts to God are represented as his offering, see Isa. lxvi. 20, the very place which our Lord appears to have here in view.

    If this passage be taken according to the common meaning, it is awful indeed! Here may be seen the greatness, multiplicity, and eternity, of the pains of the damned. They suffer without being able to die; they are burned without being consumed; they are sacrificed without being sanctified- are salted with the fire of hell, as eternal victims of the Divine Justice. We must of necessity be sacrificed to God, after one way or other, in eternity; and we have now the choice either of the unquenchable fire of his justice, or of the everlasting flame of his love. Quesnel.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 49. For every one shall be salted with fire , etc..] That is every one of those that transgress the law of God, offend any that, believe in Christ, retain their sins, and sinful companions; every one of them that are cast into hell, where the worm of conscience is always gnawing, and the fire of divine wrath is always burning, with that fire every one of them shall be salted: that fire shall be to them, what salt is to flesh; as that keeps flesh from putrefaction and corruption, so the fire of hell, as it will burn, torture, and distress rebellious sinners, it will preserve them in their beings; they shall not be consumed by it, but continued in it: so that these words are a reason of the former, showing and proving, that the soul in torment shall never die, or lose any of its powers and faculties; and particularly, not its gnawing, torturing conscience; and that the fire of hell is inextinguishable; for though sinners will be inexpressibly tormented in it, they will not be consumed by it; but the smoke of their torments shall ascend for ever and ever; and that they will be so far from being annihilated by the fire of hell, that they shall be preserved in their beings in it, as flesh is preserved by salt: and every sacrifice shall be salted with salt ; referring to ( Leviticus 2:13). With all thine offerings thou shall offer salt; not only the meat offerings, but the burnt offerings, and all others, were to be offered with salt f183 ; of which, the Jews say the following things f184 : It is an affirmative precept to salt all the sacrifices, before they go up to the altar, as it is said, ( Leviticus 2:13). With all thine offerings thou shall offer salt; and there is nothing brought to the altar without salt, except the wine of drink offerings, and blood, and wood; and this thing is a tradition, and there is no Scripture to support it; and the commandment is to salt the flesh very well, as one salts flesh for roasting, who turns the part, and salts it; though if he salts the whole, with even one grain of salt, it is right; he that offers without any salt at all, is to be beaten; as it is said, thou shall not suffer the salt of the covenant of thy God to be lacking: and though he is to be beaten, the offering is right, and acceptable, except the meat offering. The salt, with which they salt all the sacrifices, is from the congregation, as the wood; and a private person does not bring salt, or wood, for his offering, from his own house: and in three places they put on salt, in the chamber of salt, and upon the ascent of the altar, and upon the top of the altar: in the chamber of salt they salt the skins of the holy things; and upon the ascent of the altar they salt the parts (of the sacrifice); and upon the top of the altar they salt the handful, and the frankincense and the meat offerings, that are burnt, and the burnt offerings of fowls.

    Something of this kind also obtained among the Heathens, who thought their sacrifices were not rightly offered, nor acceptable to God, unless salt was used with them f186 . Now our Lord in this has either respect to the same persons, as before; and signifies hereby, that the wicked in hell shall be victims to divine justice, and sacrifices to his wrath and vengeance; and that as the sacrifices under the law were salted with salt, these shall be salted with the fire of hell, and shall never be utterly destroyed; but shall ever remain the objects of God's sore displeasure; and fiery indignation: or he may have respect to a different sort of persons, even to the saints and people of God, who are an holy, living, and acceptable sacrifice to him; and in the prophecy referred to in the context, ( Isaiah 66:20), they are said to be brought for an offering to the Lord as the children of Israel bring an offering in a clean vessel into the house of the Lord: and so as the sacrifices of the Jews were salted with salt, and became acceptable to God; such who are seasoned with the grace of God, are preserved from the corruptions of the world, are acceptable in the sight of God, and are kept safe to his kingdom and glory.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 41-50 - It is repeatedly said of the wicked, Their worm dieth not, as well as The fire is never quenched. Doubtless, remorse of conscience and kee self-reflection are this never-dying worm. Surely it is beyond compar better to undergo all possible pain, hardship, and self-denial here and to be happy for ever hereafter, than to enjoy all kinds of worldl pleasure for a season, and to be miserable for ever. Like the sacrifices, we must be salted with salt; our corrupt affections must be subdued and mortified by the Holy Spirit. Those that have the salt of grace, must show they have a living principle of grace in their hearts which works out corrupt dispositions in the soul that would offend God or our own consciences __________________________________________________________________


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    πας
    3956 A-NSM γαρ 1063 CONJ πυρι 4442 N-DSN αλισθησεται 233 5701 V-FPI-3S και 2532 CONJ πασα 3956 A-NSF θυσια 2378 N-NSF αλι 251 N-DSM αλισθησεται 233 5701 V-FPI-3S


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