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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Matthew 12:21


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    King James Bible - Matthew 12:21

    And in his name shall the Gentiles trust.

    World English Bible

    In his name, the nations will hope."

    Douay-Rheims - Matthew 12:21

    And in his name the Gentiles shall hope.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And in his name shall the Gentiles trust.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Isa 11:10 Ro 15:12,13 Eph 1:12,13 Col 1:27

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 12:21

    Y en su Nombre esperarn los gentiles.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Matthew 12:21

    Verse 21. And in his name shall the Gentiles
    trust.] elpiousi, they shall hope. Jesus Christ is the sole hope and trust of mankind; to trust and hope in his name, JESUS, is to expect salvation and all things necessary from him alone, to despise, comparatively, all earthly promises, to esteem, love, and desire heavenly things only, and to bear with patience and tranquillity all the losses and evils of this life, upon the prospect and hope of that felicity which he has purchased for us.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 21. And in his name shall the Gentiles
    trust .] The former part of the text is omitted, he shall not fail, nor be discouraged, till he have set judgment in the earth; but is inserted in Munsters Hebrew Gospel; and which some understand of the bruised reed, and smoking flax, and others of Christ; the latter sense is to be preferred. The passage, here cited, is somewhat different in Isaiah: for there it is, and the isles shall wait for his law; but the difference, at least, in sense, is not so great as it may appear at first sight: for, yya , as Grotius observes, does not always signify islands, but nations, and countries, that are upon the continent, ( Genesis 10:5) and so might be rightly rendered here, the Gentiles, or nations; and by the name of Christ is meant his Gospel: (see Acts 9:15) which Isaiah calls his law: that is, his doctrine, the doctrine of righteousness, life, and salvation by him, which is the ground and foundation of hope, and trust in him; and they that wait for it, may be truly said to hope, or trust in it. This began to have its accomplishment in the Idumeans, Tyrians, and Sidonians, now attending on the ministry of Christ; and has had a greater accomplishment since: the Gospel having been preached in the Gentile world, both upon the main land, and in the isles afar off; whereby multitudes have been brought to hope, and believe in Christ, as their Saviour and Redeemer.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 14-21 - The
    Pharisees took counsel to find some accusation, that Jesus might be condemned to death. Aware of their design, as his time was not come, he retired from that place. Face does not more exactly answer to face i water, than the character of Christ drawn by the prophet, to his tempe and conduct as described by the evangelists. Let us with cheerfu confidence commit our souls to so kind and faithful a Friend. Far from breaking, he will strengthen the bruised reed; far from quenching the smoking flax, or wick nearly out, he will rather blow it up into flame. Let us lay aside contentious and angry debates; let us receiv one another as Christ receives us. And while encouraged by the graciou kindness of our Lord, we should pray that his Spirit may rest upon us and make us able to copy his example.


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