Matthew 17 DBY

1 And after six days Jesus takes with [him] Peter, and James, and John his brother, and brings them up into a high mountain apart.
2 And he was transfigured before them. And his face shone as the sun, and his garments became white as the light;
3 and lo, Moses and Elias appeared to them talking with him.
4 And Peter answering said to Jesus, Lord, it is good we should be here. If thou wilt, let us make a here three tabernacles: for thee one, and for Moses one, and one for Elias.

References for Matthew 17:4

    • ē 17:4 - Some read 'I will make,' which I suspect to be the true reading, which copyists thought too bold. But many have it as in the text.
      5 While he was still speaking, behold, a bright cloud overshadowed b them, and lo, a voice out of the cloud, saying, *This* is my beloved Son, in whom I have found my delight: hear him.

      References for Matthew 17:5

        • Ĕ 17:5 - The cloud covered, without darkening them; it was bright -- the excellent glory: 2Pet. 1.17. The word is used in the LXX for the cloud which took possession of the tabernacle and filled it with glory, Ex. 40.34-35: see Mark 9.7.
          6 And the disciples hearing [it] fell upon their faces, and were greatly terrified.
          7 And Jesus coming to [them] touched them, and said, Rise up, and be not terrified.
          8 And lifting up their eyes, they saw no one but Jesus alone.
          9 And as they descended from the mountain, Jesus charged them, saying, Tell the vision to no one, until the Son of man be risen up from among [the] dead.
          10 And [his] disciples demanded of him saying, Why then say the scribes that Elias must first have come?
          11 And he answering said to them, Elias indeed comes first and will restore all things.
          12 But I say unto you that Elias has already come, and they have not known him, but have done unto him whatever they would. Thus also the Son of man is about to suffer from c them.

          References for Matthew 17:12

            • ĕ 17:12 - hupo, the causative or instrumental power, the Son of man being the passive recipient.
              13 Then the disciples understood that he spoke to them of John the baptist.
              14 And when they came to the crowd, a man came to him, falling on his knees before him, and saying,
              15 Lord, have mercy on my son, for he is lunatic, and suffers sorely; for often he falls into the fire and often into the water.
              16 And I brought him to thy disciples, and they were not able to heal him.
              17 And Jesus answering said, O unbelieving and perverted generation, how long shall I be with you? how long d shall I bear with you? Bring him here to me.

              References for Matthew 17:17

                • Ė 17:17 - Lit. 'until when.'
                  18 And Jesus rebuked him, and the demon went out from him, and the boy was healed from that hour.
                  19 Then the disciples, coming to Jesus apart, said [to him], Why were not *we* able to cast him out?
                  20 And he says to them, Because of your unbelief; for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard [seed], ye shall say to this mountain, Be transported e hence there, and it shall transport itself; and nothing shall be impossible to you.

                  References for Matthew 17:20

                    • ė 17:20 - See ch. 12.9.
                      21 But this kind does not go out but by prayer and fasting.
                      22 And while they abode in Galilee, Jesus said to them, The Son of man is about to be delivered up into [the] hands of men,
                      23 and they shall kill him; and the third day he shall be raised up. And they were greatly grieved.
                      24 And when they came to Capernaum, those who received the didrachmas f came to Peter and said, Does your teacher not pay the didrachmas?

                      References for Matthew 17:24

                        • Ę 17:24 - A Jewish personal tribute to the temple. See Exod. 30.11-16, and cf. Neh. 10.32,33.
                          25 He says, Yes. g And when he came into the house, Jesus anticipated him, saying, What dost thou think, Simon? the kings of the earth, from whom do they receive custom or tribute? from their own sons or from strangers?

                          References for Matthew 17:25

                            • ę 17:25 - Or 'Surely.'
                              26 Peter says to him, From strangers. Jesus said to him, Then are the sons free.
                              27 But that we may not be an offence to them, go to the sea and cast a hook, and take the first fish that comes up, and when thou hast opened its mouth thou wilt find a stater; h take that and give it to them for me and thee.

                              References for Matthew 17:27

                                • Ě 17:27 - A 'stater' or 'shekel' equals two didrachmas.