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Matthew 26:11 CSB

11 You always have the poor with you, but you do not always have Me.

Study tools for Matthew 26:11

  • a 26:2 - Or Know (as a command)
  • b 26:3 - Other mss add and the scribes
  • c 26:15 - Zch 11:12-13
  • d 26:18 - Lit Passover with you
  • e 26:28 - Other mss read new covenant
  • f 26:29 - Or drink new wine; lit drink it new
  • g 26:30 - Pss 113-118 were sung during and after the Passover meal.
  • h 26:31 - Or stumble
  • i 26:31 - Zch 13:7
  • j 26:36 - A garden east of Jerusalem at the base of the Mount of Olives; Gethsemane olive oil press
  • k 26:38 - Or I am deeply grieved, or I am overwhelmed by sorrow; Ps 42:6,11; 43:5
  • l 26:38 - Lit unto death
  • m 26:39 - Other mss read Drawing nearer
  • n 26:40 - You all 3 disciples because the verb in Gk is pl
  • o 26:42 - Other mss add cup
  • p 26:42 - Other mss add from Me
  • q 26:43 - Lit because their eyes were weighed down
  • r 26:45 - Or Sleep on now and take your rest.
  • s 26:50 - Or Jesus told him, "do what you have come for." (as a statement)
  • t 26:53 - A Roman legion contained up to 6,000 soldiers.
  • u 26:55 - Lit as against a criminal
  • v 26:56 - Or the Scriptures of the prophets
  • w 26:58 - Or high priest's palace
  • x 26:58 - Or the officers, or the servants
  • y 26:58 - Lit end
  • z 26:60 - Other mss add they found none
  • { 26:60 - Other mss add false witnesses
  • | 26:64 - Or That is true, an affirmative oath; Mt 27:11; Mk 15:2
  • } 26:64 - Lit you, from now
  • ~ 26:64 - Ps 110:1; Dn 7:13
  •  26:66 - Lit What does it seem to you?
  • € 26:73 - Or speech
  •  26:74 - To call down curses on himself if what he said weren't true