John Bengel Commentary - Mark 3:1 - 3:1

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John Bengel Commentary - Mark 3:1 - 3:1

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Mar 3:1. Πάλιν, again) on another Sabbath [which preceded the feast of the Passover by eight days.-Harm. p. 309]. Luk 6:6).[23]-ἐξηραμμένην, withered) not from the womb, but through disease or a wound. This is the force of the participle.[24]

[23] εἰς τὴν συναγωγὴν, into the synagogue) What an amount of wickedness is there not introduced into holy assemblages, and perpetrated in them!-V. g.

[24] As distinguished from the adjective ξηράν, had it been used.-ED. Mark groups together, in ch.1, those acts to which Jesus’ adversaries made no opposition: he then also joins together those which they assailed, in ch. 2; until, goaded on by hatred, they began laying plots for our Lord. The method of Luke is the same.-V. g.