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(0.30) (Nah 1:9)

tn Or “The Lord will completely foil whatever you plot against him”; or “Whatever you may think about the Lord, he [always] brings everything to a conclusion.”

(0.30) (Mat 13:19)

sn The word of Jesus has the potential to save if it germinates in a person’s heart, something the devil is very much against.

(0.30) (Mat 27:11)

snAre you the king of the Jews?” Pilate was interested in this charge because of its political implications of sedition against Rome.

(0.30) (Mar 4:15)

sn The word of Jesus has the potential to save if it germinates in a person’s heart, something the devil is very much against.

(0.30) (Mar 15:2)

snAre you the king of the Jews?” Pilate was interested in this charge because of its political implications of sedition against Rome.

(0.30) (Luk 5:30)

sn The issue here is inappropriate associations (eat and drink with tax collectors and sinners) and the accusation comes not against Jesus, but his disciples.

(0.30) (Luk 6:2)

tn Note that the verb is second person plural (with an understood plural pronominal subject in Greek). The charge is again indirectly made against Jesus by charging the disciples.

(0.30) (Luk 8:12)

sn The word of Jesus has the potential to save if it germinates in a person’s heart, something the devil is very much against.

(0.30) (Luk 15:21)

sn The phrase against heaven is a circumlocution for God. 1st century Judaism tended to minimize use of the divine name out of reverence.

(0.30) (Luk 21:24)

sn Here is the predicted judgment against the nation until the time of Gentile rule has passed: Its people will be led away as captives.

(0.30) (Luk 23:3)

snAre you the king of the Jews?” Pilate was interested only in the third charge, because of its political implications of sedition against Rome.

(0.30) (Act 4:5)

sn Experts in the law would have been mostly like the Pharisees in approach. Thus various sects of Judaism were coming together against Jesus.

(0.30) (Act 7:60)

sn The remarks Lord Jesus, receive my spirit and Lord, do not hold this sin against them recall statements Jesus made on the cross (Luke 23:34, 46).

(0.30) (Act 8:33)

sn The rhetorical question suggests the insensitivity of this generation for its act against God’s servant, who was slain unjustly as he was silent.

(0.30) (Act 19:16)

tn BDAG 484 s.v. ἰσχύω 3 has “win out, prevailκατά τινος over, against someone Ac 19:16.”

(0.30) (Act 19:38)

tn BDAG 600 s.v. λόγος 1.a.ε has “ἔχειν πρός τινα λόγον have a complaint against someone…19:38.”

(0.30) (Act 19:38)

tn L&N 56.1 has ‘if Demetrius and his workers have an accusation against someone, the courts are open’ Ac 19:38.”

(0.30) (Act 21:21)

tn Or “to forsake,” “to rebel against.” BDAG 120 s.v. ἀποστασία has “ἀποστασίαν διδάσκεις ἀπὸ Μωϋσέως you teach (Judeans) to abandon Moses Ac 21:21.”

(0.30) (Act 24:1)

tn BDAG 326 s.v. ἐμφανίζω 3 has “. τινὶ κατά τινος bring formal charges against someone…Ac 24:1; 25:2.”

(0.30) (Act 25:2)

tn BDAG 326 s.v. ἐμφανίζω 3 has “. τινὶ κατά τινος bring formal charges against someone…Ac 24:1; 25:2.”



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