12 lit. "this man."

13 "at supper, and said, Lord, which is he that betrayeth Thee? Peter seeing him saith." N. T.

14 "to thee? Follow thou Me." N. T.

15 i.e. St. John.

16 "said not unto him," N. T.

17 al. "on account of."

18 al. "God."

19 i.e. by his love.

20 al. "conceal."

21 "His witnesses of these words."

22 "Holy Spirit which God hath given." N. T.

23 lit. "admired."

24 or, "all other things."

25 i.e. in wronging thee, have not wronged thee, because thou deservest punishment.

26 al. "diseases."

27 suri/ggwn.

28 i.e. by the alms.

29 al. "undo."

30 lit. "recover breath."

31 lit. "expand ourselves."

32 Sav. and Ben. "everlasting goods." But mss. omit ai0wni/wn.

1 Rom. xi. 13, 14.

2 Gal. ii. 8.

3 Acts xxii. 21.

4 Acts xxi. 20, 21.

5 Acts xxii. 3.

6 "Wherefore God foreseeing this, that they would not receive Him," Ben. K. Sav.

7 Acts xxii. 21, 18.

8 Acts xxii. 19, 20.

9 "they show," K. Ben.

10 e@qnouj.

11 "Departing from them, going to others," K. Ben. Sav.

12 Add: "Which should make them incredulous," Bened. K. Sav.

13 "For this purpose, and raising seditions that they might slay him," Bened. A. K.

14 "The chosen people being fewer than all people, encircled on all sides by the heathen"; see Mic. v. 7, 8.

15 "By this he enfeebled," Ben.

16 "Because," Ben. Sav. K. Q. R.

17 Acts xxi. 20.

18 "which believe," Ben. Sav. K. Q.

19 Acts xxi. 21.

20 1 Cor. i. 17.

21 Rom. ix. 3.

22 St. Chrys. introduces this as an instance of St. Paul's interest in the Hebrews: that he not only wrote to them, but also intended to visit them; and on that digresses to the events of his history and the relative date of his Epistles.

23 Heb. xiii. 23.

24 [The text might perhaps leave it uncertain whether St. Chrys. meant to state that St. Paul saw Jews in Spain, or that, after visiting Spain, he went into Judaea. Ben. Sav. K. Q. are express "Spain; then he went into Judaea, where also he saw the Jews." ei0j ta\j Spani/aj h\lqen : ei\ta ei0j 'Ioudai/an e@bh o#te kai\ 'Ioudai/ouj ei\de.-F. G.]

25 presbute/ra. The word is elsewhere used in this sense by St Chrys. See Mr. Field's notes. St. Chrys. often points out that the Ep. ii. to Timothy is the last of all St. Paul's Epistles.

26 2 Tim. iv. 6.

27 2 Tim. iv. 16.

28 h@qlhsan, see h@qlhsin, Heb. x. 32.

29 1 Thess. ii. 14.

30 Heb. x. 34.

31 Rom. xv. 25.

32 2 Cor. viii. 1-3.

33 1 Cor. xvi. 4.

34 Gal. ii. 10.

35 Gal. ii. 9.

36 "But these things he does not say merely for," &c., Ben. Sav. K. Q.

37 Acts xviii. 17.

38 i.e. in Judaea, they beat and scourged, not through the indifference of the judge, but by their own authority.

39 Acts xxi. 31-33.

40 Acts xxiii. 5.

41 i.e. before Lysias.

42 "having lost their freshness and vigor like salted fish." See many instances of its use in this sense in Mr. Field's note on St. Chrys. on 1 Cor. Hom. xxviii. (p. 255, A). [See p. 390, O. T.]

43 Heb. xii. 12.

44 Heb. x. 37.

45 Heb. xii. 8.

46 Heb. xii. 12, 13.

47 Heb. vi. 10 [St. Chrys. here follows the better reading, omitting tou= ko/pou.-F. G.].