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Matthew 26:42 DBY

42 Again going away a second time he prayed saying, My Father, if this cannot pass [from me] unless I drink it, thy will be done.

Study tools for Matthew 26:42

  • a 26:12 - Or 'embalmment:' see Note to John 12.7.
  • b 26:15 - Or 'weighed.'
  • c 26:15 - See Zech. 11.12.
  • d 26:18 - Or 'I keep:' present tense.
  • e 26:18 - Lit. 'by thee.'
  • f 26:24 - Lit. 'good for him if that man.'
  • g 26:26 - Or 'given thanks.'
  • h 26:28 - The word 'new' here has very doubtful authority.
  • i 26:29 - A strong negative, 'in no wise.'
  • j 26:29 - Not 'anew,' but (kainos) 'in a different manner,' 'of another kind:' see Heb. 12.24.
  • k 26:30 - Humneo: see Mark 14.26; Acts 16.25; Heb. 2.12.
  • l 26:31 - As skandalon, ch. 13.57.
  • m 26:31 - Zech. 13.7.
  • n 26:38 - As 'full of grief,' Mark 14.34.
  • o 26:49 - As Luke 15.20.
  • p 26:55 - Hieron, as ch. 4.5.
  • q 26:56 - I have translated this as the words of the Lord: compare Mark 14.49. If the words of the evangelist, as chs. 1.22; 21.4, we must say 'came to pass.'
  • r 26:59 - The supreme Jewish tribunal.
  • s 26:61 - Naos: see Note, ch. 4.5.
  • t 26:63 - He adjured him 'to the end that.'
  • u 26:67 - i.e. 'to strike with fist,' as Mark 14.65; 1Cor. 4.11; 2Cor. 12.7; 1Pet. 2.20.
  • v 26:69 - The word is used both for the palace, as a whole, and the court round which the buildings were.