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John 11:22


But even now I know that whatever you ask from God, God will grant 1  you.” 2 


Ps 2:8; Mt 28:18; Mr 9:23; Joh 3:35; Joh 5:22-27; Joh 9:31; Joh 11:41,42; Joh 17:2; Heb 11:17-19

NET © Notes

tn Or “give.”

sn The statement “whatever you ask from God, God will grant you” by Martha presents something of a dilemma, because she seems to be suggesting here (implicitly at least) the possibility of a resurrection for her brother. However, Martha’s statement in 11:39 makes it clear that she had no idea that a resurrection was still possible. How then are her words in 11:22 to be understood? It seems best to take them as a confession of Martha’s continuing faith in Jesus even though he was not there in time to help her brother. She means, in effect, “Even though you weren’t here in time to help, I still believe that God grants your requests.”

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