People's Commentary Formerly "A Pictorial Commentary" on the Gospel According to Mark; With the Text of the Common Version, 1611, and the Revised Version, 1881 (English Readings and Renderings).

People's Commentary Formerly "A Pictorial Commentary" on the Gospel According to Mark; With the Text of the Common Version, 1611, and the Revised Version, 1881 (English Readings and Renderings).

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ... Teacher 2 Gr. demons. 3 Gr. power. Gr. in name that ye are. child was Ignatius the Martyr, who was pastor at Antioch about A. D. 68 to 107. Others suggest that it was a child of one of the apostles, perhaps of Peter. "God has no children too weak, but a great many too strong, to make use of. God stands in no need of our strength or wisdom."--Moody. 88. And John answered him The words in my name, of v. 37, seem to have reminded John of an incident in their recent journey, and he was probably anxious to divert discourse to a less humiliating subject, or to call attention to what he thought a proper act of his. because he followeth not us not "because he followeth not thee." It is the utterance of excited party feeling. "There are men calling themselves Christians, who seem to look with doubt and suspicion on all that is done by those who do not walk with them. True likeness to the Saviour would lead us to rejoice...that the kingdom of Christ is advanced, whether by a Presbyterian, an Episcopalian, a Baptist, or a Methodist."--Barnes. Some are so outrageously wedded to their own creed that they would rather let sinners perish than suffer those who differ from them to become the instruments of their salvation. This is vanity and an evil disease."--A. Clarke. 39. Forbid him not Compare the words of Joshua and the reply of Moses in Num. xi, 28, 29. "O that all Christians would remember this." ' A strong reproof to bigots who are ready to deny the Christian or churchly name to those who are not of their own organization."--Whedon. No one working in Christ's name in good faith is to be forbidden. 40. on our part Some, as Lachmann, read, "not against you is on your part." 41. cup of water See R....show more

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  • 9781236594488