Matthew Poole Commentary - Matthew 12:10 - 12:10

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Matthew Poole Commentary - Matthew 12:10 - 12:10

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Mark, repeating the same history, saith, Mar_3:1,2, There was a man which had a withered hand, and they watched him, whether he would heal him on the sabbath day, that they might accuse him. So saith Luk_6:6,7, only he addeth that it was his right hand, which made his affliction greater. They asked him not that they might rightly inform themselves, but that they might accuse him to their magistrates, that had power in those cases, for the violation of the sabbath was, amongst the Jews, a capital crime.