John 11:41 DBY

41 They took therefore the stone away. And Jesus lifted up his eyes on high and said, Father, I thank thee that thou hast heard me;

Study tools for John 11:41

  • a 11:2 - Or 'But [the] Mary was she who,' &c.
  • b 11:3 - Phileo, as ver. 36; chs. 5.20; 12.25; 15.19; 16.27; 20.2: see Note, ch. 21.15.
  • c 11:5 - Agapao, as ch. 3.35.
  • d 11:16 - Or 'twin.'
  • e 11:18 - About two miles.
  • f 11:22 - Aiteo: see Note a, ch. 14.16.
  • g 11:26 - See ch. 4.14.
  • h 11:33 - Tarasso; or 'shuddered,' as ch. 12.27; 13.21.
  • i 11:35 - Lit. 'shed tears;' only used here; not as Luke 19.41, &c.
  • j 11:38 - Or 'groaned.' Elsewhere only in Matt. 9.30; Mark 1.43; 14.5, translated, 'sharply charged,' 'spoke very angrily.' Here it was inward feeling (in spirit) produced by the deep pain caused by seeing the power of death over the human spirit. There was so far indignation that there was deep antagonism to the power of evil and Satan in death. It may be 'groaned' is the best word.