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Galatians 3:21 DBY

21 [Is] then the law against the promises of God? Far be the thought. For if a law had been given able to quicken, then indeed righteousness were on the principle of law;

References for Galatians 3:21

    • m 3:21 - Or 'such as was able to quicken,' an emphatic phrase.

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      • a 3:6 - See Gen. 15.6.
      • b 3:8 - See Gen. 12.3.
      • c 3:10 - See Deut. 27.26.
      • d 3:11 - See Hab. 2.4.
      • e 3:12 - En: meaning 'in the power of,' 'in virtue of,' 'according to the principle and nature of.'
      • f 3:12 - See Lev. 18.5.
      • g 3:13 - Exagorazo: only here and ch. 4.5; Eph. 5.16; Col. 4.5, 'to buy out from.'
      • h 3:13 - See Deut. 21.23.
      • i 3:14 - Ginomai eis, i.e. 'arrive at that point, be there.' 'Be on' would state too much, and involve application.
      • j 3:16 - See Gen. 22.18.
      • k 3:19 - i.e. in order to bring evil into relief by transgressions.
      • l 3:20 - Or 'the.' It is abstract -- 'that kind of person.'
      • m 3:21 - Or 'such as was able to quicken,' an emphatic phrase.
      • n 3:23 - Or 'the faith.'
      • o 3:24 - See Eph. 1.14, and Note.
      • p 3:27 - 'Ye' is not emphatic. The passage does not imply that some might not have been. The apostle is speaking of the bearing of the ordinance