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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Matthew 22:41


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    King James Bible - Matthew 22:41

    While the Pharisees were gathered together, Jesus asked them,

    World English Bible

    Now while the Pharisees were gathered together, Jesus asked them a question,

    Douay-Rheims - Matthew 22:41

    And the Pharisees being gathered together, Jesus asked them,

    Webster's Bible Translation

    While the Pharisees were assembled, Jesus asked them,

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    VERSE (41) -
    :15,34 Mr 12:35 *etc:

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:41

    ¶ Y estando juntos los fariseos, Jess les pregunt,

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Matthew 22:41

    Verse 41. While the
    Pharisees were gathered together] Jesus asks a question in his turn, utterly to confound them, and to show the people that the source of all the captious questions of his opponents was their ignorance of the prophecies relative to the Messiah.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 41. While the
    Pharisees were gathered together , etc.] Or rather, when they were gathered together, and while they continued so, before they left him: for this is to be understood not of their gathering together, to consult privately about him; this is expressed before in ( Matthew 22:34) but of their gathering together about Christ, to hear what answer he would return to the question their learned doctor would put to him: and he having given an answer to that, which the Scribe was obliged to allow was a good one; and he having no more to say, Christ directs his discourse not to him individually, but to all the Pharisees before he parted with them, and puts a question to them, in his turn; and which would lead on to another they could not answer, and they must therefore leave him once more with great shame and confusion. Jesus asked them : as the lawyer put a question to him suitable to his office and character, Christ puts another to the Pharisees suitable to his office and character, as a Gospel preacher; suggesting by it, that salvation was not by the law, and the works of it, which they set up for doctors and interpreters of, and advocates for, but by the Messiah, who was promised to their fathers, and they expected.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 41-46 - When
    Christ baffled his enemies, he asked what thoughts they had of the promised Messiah? How he could be the Son of David and yet his Lord? He quotes Ps 110:1. If the Christ was to be a mere man, who would no exist till many ages after David's death, how could his forefather cal him Lord? The Pharisees could not answer it. Nor can any solve the difficulty except he allows the Messiah to be the Son of God, an David's Lord equally with the Father. He took upon him human nature and so became God manifested in the flesh; in this sense he is the So of man and the Son of David. It behoves us above all things seriousl to inquire, "What think we of Christ?" Is he altogether glorious in ou eyes, and precious to our hearts? May Christ be our joy, ou confidence, our all. May we daily be made more like to him, and mor devoted to his service __________________________________________________________________


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