He looked round about on them all (periblepsameno). First aorist middle participle as in Mark 3:5 , the middle voice giving a personal touch to it all. Mark adds "with anger" which Luke here does not put in. All three Gospels have the identical command: Stretch forth thy hand (exteinon thn ceira sou). First aorist active imperative. Stretch out, clean out, full length. All three Gospels also have the first aorist passive indicative apekatestaqh with the double augment of the double compound verb apokaqisthmi. As in Greek writers, so here the double compound means complete restoration to the former state.