John 13:1 DBY

1 Now before the feast of the passover, Jesus, knowing that his hour had come that he should depart out of this world to the Father, having loved his own who were in the world, loved them to the end.

References for John 13:1

    • a 13:1 - 'To the end' does not give the full force, for it makes it refer to time; whereas going through with everything is implied.

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      • a 13:1 - 'To the end' does not give the full force, for it makes it refer to time; whereas going through with everything is implied.
      • b 13:2 - Or 'being finished.'
      • c 13:3 - Lit. 'goes.'
      • d 13:7 - The first 'know' is conscious, the second objective: see Note, 1Cor. 8.1.
      • e 13:10 - 'Washing applied to the whole body;' the second 'wash' is a different word meaning 'to wash hands or feet.'
      • f 13:16 - See Note, Matt. 10.24.
      • g 13:16 - Lit. 'apostle.'
      • h 13:18 - See Ps. 41.9.
      • i 13:19 - 'From this present time.' He had not told them previously thus; 'now' ('henceforth,' ch. 14.7), is a point of time from or to which time is counted.
      • j 13:22 - Lit. 'speaks:' so in ver. 24.
      • k 13:23 - 'in,' here, is en, 'on,' ver. 25, is epi.
      • l 13:32 - Lit. 'has been.'