Luke 8

The Book of Luke
Chapter 8
8:2Mary Magdalene - Or Mary of Magdala, a town in Galilee: probably the person mentioned in the last chapter.
8:4 Matthew 13:1 ; Mr 4:1.
8:15Who - keep it - Not like the highway side: And bring forth fruit - Not like the thorny ground: With perseverance - Not like the stony.
8:16No man having lighted a candle - As if ho had said, And let your good fruit appear openly. Matthew 5:15 ; Mr 4:21; Lu 11:33.
8:17For nothing is hid - Strive not to conceal it at all; for you can conceal nothing long. Matthew 10:26 ; Mr 4:22; Lu 12:2.
8:18The word commonly translated seemeth, wherever it occurs, does not weaken, but greatly strengthens the sense. Matthew 13:12 ; Mr 4:25; Lu 19:26.
8:19 Matthew 12:46 ; Mr 3:31.
8:22 Matthew 8:23 ; Mr 4:35.
8:26 Matthew 8:28 ; Mr 5:1.
8:29For many times it had caught him - Therefore our compassionate Lord made the more haste to cast him out.
8:31The abyss - That is, the bottomless pit.
8:32To enter into the swine - Not that they were any easier in the swine than out of them. Had it been so, they would not so soon have dislodged themselves, by destroying the herd.
8:37 Matthew 9:1 ; Mr 5:18.
8:40 Mark 5:21 .
8:52She is not dead but sleepeth - Her soul is not separated finally from the body; and this short separation is rather to be called sleep than death.