Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Luke 1:68


“Blessed 1  be the Lord God of Israel, because he has come to help 2  and has redeemed 3  his people.


Ge 9:26; Ge 14:20; Ex 3:16,17; Ex 4:31; 1Ki 1:48; 1Ch 29:10,20; Ps 41:13; Ps 72:17-19; Ps 106:48; Ps 111:9; Lu 7:16; Lu 19:44; Eph 1:3; Eph 1:7; 1Pe 1:3

NET © Notes

sn The traditional name of this psalm, the “Benedictus,” comes from the Latin wording of the start of the hymn (“Blessed be…”).

sn The verb come to help can refer to a visit, but can also connote concern or assistance (L&N 85.11).

tn Or “has delivered”; Grk “has accomplished redemption.”

sn Has redeemed is a reference to redemption, but it anticipates the total release into salvation that the full work of Messiah will bring for Israel. This involves both spiritual and material benefits eventually.

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