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52 al. "folly," al. "madness."

53 leitourgi/aj.

54 al. "thought."

55 al. "consider the spiritual."

56 lit. "Greeks."

57 al. "for of grief."

58 al. "it darkens."

59 al. "without meat."

1 ver. 31. "The Jews then which were with her, when they saw Mary that she rose up hastily and went out, followed her, saying, She goeth unto the grave to weep there."

2 al. "any real wisdom."

3 e0nteu=qen.

4 al. "good."

5 al. "senseless."

6 al. "but rising straightway went to meet Him."

7 al. "the place."

8 al. "being."

9 al. "speak to."

10 al. "perhaps it is proved."

11 Ver. 32, 33. "Then when Mary was come where Jesus was, and saw Him, she fell down at His feet, saving unto Him, Lord, if Thou hadst been here, my brother had not died. When Jesus therefore saw her weeping, and the Jews also weeping which came with her, He groaned in the spirit, and troubled Himself."

12 al. "they were about to gain much."

13 th\n qh/ran.

14 al. "showeth for a time."

15 'Enebrimh/sato.

16 Ver. 38. "Jesus therefore, again groaning in Himself, cometh to the grave. It was a cave, and a stone lay upon it."

17 al. "rebuked."

18 al. "all things more humble."

19 i.e. the other Evangelists.

20 Ben. omits "the trembling."

21 i.e. which raised the stone.

22 al. "garments."

23 al. "saith gently."

24 Ben. "great and causing many blessings."

25 "Jesus."

26 "if ye believe," It saith, &c.

27 fi/ltrou.

28 al. "discover, but slips off."

29 al. "strip off by."

30 th\n e@cwqen

31 al. "who were familiar with."

32 al. "had got together."

33 al. "these they cast as dust, and."

34 al. "so that these appeared henceforward to be truly philosophers, but those fools by nature and out of their senses."

35 al. "devices."

36 lit. "having only the natural life," yuxiko\j, opposed in G. T. to pneumatiko\j.

37 al. "is the ridiculous thing."

38 al. "the many."

39 al. "right."

40 al. "Christ discourseth the more about this, and saith."

41 al. "I never knew you": and again, "Rejoice not that the devils are subject to you": for, &c.

42 al. "often turn aside."

43 al. "attend to."

44 i.e. after marriage.

45 al. "lie with."

46 al. "for of such saith God."

47 "dieth not," &c.

48 al. "stupidity."

49 "the woman which hath."

50 "whosoever shall."

51 procenou=sa, al. e0pa/gousa.

52 al. "introducing himself."

53 al. "everywhere."

54 al. "give diligence to be."

55 al. "will."

56 al. "sanctuary."

57 al. "place""

1 lit. "overflow."

2 au0ta;.

3 au0ta;, i.e. higher sayings.

4 al. "have passed to perfection," al. "have passed from low-mindedness."

5 tau=ta.

6 al. "have been held."

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