28 a!kroi.

29 Matt. xx. 25. ["Ye know that" omitted.]

30 [R. V., "lord it."]

31 [The form of this clause in Greek differs from that of all our New Testament Mss.-R.]

32 Matt. xx. 25-27. [The variations in text, especially in verse 27, are peculiar; compare with the A. V. and R. V.-R.]

33 Matt. xx. 28.

34 Luke x. 19. [Freely cited.]

35 James iv. 6.

36 Ps. Ii. 17. [LXX.]

37 Prov. xvi. 5. [LXX.]

38 Is. lxvi. 2.

39 1 Tim. iii. 6.

40 Exod. v. 2.

1 John iv. 1, and x. 40-42.

2 par0r9hsi/an bi/ou. Claim of access on account of good life.

3 Matt. xx. 32, 33.

4 The words, "and to show them to be much greater than they are," are rejected by Montfaucon on the authority of two Mss. but defended by Mr. Field. [They are found in all the Mss. collated by the latter editor, with one exception.-R.] It seems to be true that our Lord sometirnes encouraged faith, and brought out good example, by putting on an action a higher meaning and intention than was at all fully formed in the mind of the doer.

5 Matt. xxi. 1-5. [The textual variations are reproduced in the above rendering. The most interesting variation is a0poste/llei ("he sendeth "), the reading attested in Mark xi. 3. It implies in the latter passage the promise to send back the colt to the owners.

6 Zech. ix. 9.

7 Or, "emulating us," parazhlou=ntej.

8 [ R. V., a hardening.]

9 Rom. xi. 25, 26.

10 2 Cor. xii. 15.

11 Matt. xxi. 10, 11. [The Greek text agrees with that of the received.-R.]

12 sesurme/nh.

13 2 Cor. ix. 6.

14 ["who are more numerous."

"and who are they that are neither," etc.-R.]

15 sullogismo/n.

16 a0gxome/noij.