Mark 3:6 DBY

6 And the Pharisees going out straightway with the Herodians took counsel against him, how they might destroy him.

References for Mark 3:6

    • b 3:6 - The word is used also for a council, Acts 25.12. It may be more in this sense here, but a private one.

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      • a 3:5 - The Greek word is found here only. It is questioned whether it means 'sympathizing grief' (as LXX, Ps. 69.20;) or 'deep grief.' There is, I apprehend, sorrow for, with an intensive force in it; not sympathy, which is feeling with, but feeling what a state they were in, with grief for it.
      • b 3:6 - The word is used also for a council, Acts 25.12. It may be more in this sense here, but a private one.
      • c 3:13 - The mountain in contrast with the plain: see Note, Matt. 5.1.
      • d 3:15 - Exousia: see Note, Matt. 10.1.
      • e 3:18 - Or 'Zealot,' Cananaean being the Hebrew for 'zealot.'
      • f 3:22 - Lit. 'in the power of.' En: see Matt. 3.11, Note c.
      • g 3:28 - Lit. 'whatever the.'