6 "The Son of Man," N. T.

7 c. vi. 39, 40.

8 i.e. the Jews.

9 "It is My Father," N. T.

10 "that He is your God," N. T.

11 i.e. the Father.

12 "fifty," N. T.

13 w9j loipo\n.

14 i.e. so that they could not stone Him.

15 oi9 tu/loi, a very happy emendation of Mr. Field's for stu=loi, "pillars," of which former editors could make no sense. One ms. gives oi9 tufloi\ tou\j o0fqalmou\j, "those blind in their eyes," but the sense even so is not perfect.

16 phrou=ntai, a conjecture of Dr. Heyse, for peirw=ntai.

1 not in N. T.

2 Amaziah, 2 Kings xiv. 6.

3 i.e. show not the children.

4 "the works," N. T.

5 "in Him," N. T.

6 i.e. "that the glory," &c.

7 phrw/mata.

8 i.e. The Father's.

9 al. "noble birth."

10 to/te.

11 not verbally quoted.

12 dia\ to\ tw=n a9marthma/twn a0nene/rghton. Meaning, perhaps, "Because there is no place for the `work 0' of repentance, faith, and obedience in the next world, when any through sin have neglected it in this."

13 om. in some mss.

14 dh=mon.

15 or, "for all these reasons."

16 al. "those [things]."

1 au0to/qen.

2 "is being interpreted," N. T.

3 to\ a0qro/on th=j parousi/aj.

4 "which before," N. T.

5 "was blind," N. T. Vulgate, mendicus erat.

6 lit. "dispensed."