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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Matthew 20:33


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    King James Bible - Matthew 20:33

    They say unto him, Lord, that our eyes may be opened.

    World English Bible

    They told him, "Lord, that our
    eyes may be opened."

    Douay-Rheims - Matthew 20:33

    They say to him: Lord, that our
    eyes be opened.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    They say to him, Lord, that our
    eyes may be opened.

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    VERSE (33) -
    Ps 119:18 Eph 1:17-19

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 20:33

    Ellos le dicen: Seor, que sean abiertos nuestros ojos.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Matthew 20:33

    Verse 33. That our
    eyes may be opened.] He who feels his own sore, and the plague of his heart, has no great need of a prompter in prayer. A hungry man can easily ask bread; he has no need to go to a book to get expressions to state his wants in; his hunger tells him he wants food, and he tells this to the person from whom he expects relief. Helps to devotion, in all ordinary cases, may be of great use; in extraordinary cases they can be of little importance; the afflicted heart alone can tell its own sorrows, with appropriate pleadings.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 33. They say unto him,
    Lord, that our eyes may be opened .] That is, that their sight might be restored to them; for being deprived of that, it was all one as if their eyes were so closed, that they could not open them; and so the recovery of it is expressed by an opening of them. The opening of the eyes of the blind was prophesied of, as what should be done in the days of the Messiah, and by him, as an evidence of his being that person, ( Isaiah 35:5) which prophecy these blind men might be acquainted with, and be an encouragement to their faith to expect a cure from him. They do not ask for alms, but for the recovery of their sight; which being granted, they would be able to get their bread in another way; for they were not like some idle persons that choose rather to be under such a calamity, or any other, that they might not be obliged to work with their hands for a livelihood. Their request shows, that they made no doubt of it, but firmly believed that Christ was able to do this for them, though the thing was impossible to be done by man; who therefore must conclude that he was not a mere man, but the Son of the living God.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 29-34 - It is good for those under the same
    trial, or infirmity of body of mind, to join in prayer to God for relief, that they may quicken an encourage one another. There is mercy enough in Christ for all tha ask. They were earnest in prayer. They cried out as men in earnest Cold desires beg denials. They were humble in prayer, castin themselves upon, and referring themselves cheerfully to, the Mediator' mercy. They showed faith in prayer, by the title they gave to Christ Surely it was by the Holy Ghost that they called Jesus, Lord. The persevered in prayer. When they were in pursuit of such mercy, it wa no time for timidity or hesitation: they cried earnestly. Chris encouraged them. The wants and burdens of the body we are soon sensibl of, and can readily relate. Oh that we did as feelingly complain of ou spiritual maladies, especially our spiritual blindness! Many ar spiritually blind, yet say they see. Jesus cured these blind men; an when they had received sight, they followed him. None follow Chris blindly. He first by his grace opens men's eyes, and so draws their hearts after him. These miracles are our call to Jesus; may we hear it and make it our daily prayer to grow in grace and in the knowledge of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ __________________________________________________________________


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