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3 Transposed.

4 "Therefore his sisters sent unto Him, saying," &c., N. T.

5 "our brother," N. T.

6 al. "to the Lord."

7 v. 6. "When He had heard therefore that he was sick, He abode two days still in the same place where He was." N. T.

8 katagwgh9.

9 ["again"] N. T.

10 al. "more cowardly."

11 ver. 9, 10. "If any man walk in the day, he stumbleth not, because he seeth the light of this world. But if a man walk in the night, he stumbleth, because there is no light in him." N. T.

12 al. "and this He said desiring to show."

13 al. "shall be."

14 ver. 13-15. "Howbeit, Jesus spake of his death, but they thought that He had spoken of taking of rest in sleep. Then said Jesus unto them plainly, Lazarus is dead. And I am glad for your sakes that I was not there, to the intent ye may believe; nevertheless, let us go to him." N. T.

15 a@lhptoj.

16 al. "alone ran."

17 ver. 17. "Then when Jesus came, He found that he had lain in the grave four days already."

18 i.e. that Lazarus was sick.

19 "nigh unto Jerusalem," N. T.

20 ["To Martha and Mary"] N. T.

21 ["concerning their brother"] N. T.

22 Ben. has a different reading, with no variety of sense.

23 ver. 20. "Then Martha, when she heard that Jesus was coming, went and met Him, but Mary sat in the house."

24 al. "had not yet heard."

25 al. "but believed, saying."

26 The words are used by Martha also; but she afterwards implies want of faith.

27 al. "they know not yet."

28 al. and that they knew not, is manifest from their saying, "If Thou," &c., and from their adding, "Whatsoever," &c.

29 "But I know that even now, whatsoever," &c., N. T.

30 Ben. "fitly made the saying of a middle character."

31 ["in the Resurrection"] N. T.

32 al. "other help," al. "helper."

33 al. "she."

34 from ver. 25.

35 or, "of this death."

36 or, "one who has risen."

37 al. "making bloody."

38 al. "and raise loud wailings, and leap."

39 lit. "Greeks."

40 al. "have been thus inflamed."

41 lit. "Greeks."

42 i.e. about to sacrifice.

43 al. "loose n."

44 al. "bewail."

45 al. "to mourn, and we mourn it."

46 al. "why, do I."

47 al. "I forbid not to grieve, but I forbid to act unseemly."

48 or, "is overcome."

49 al. "give."

50 see Hom. XII. p. 43, and note.

51 al. "more."

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