Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Matthew 5:11

Context
NETBible

“Blessed are you when people 1  insult you and persecute you and say all kinds of evil things about you falsely 2  on account of me.

XREF

Ps 35:11; Ps 44:22; Isa 66:5; Mt 10:18,22,39; Mt 10:25; Mt 19:29; Mt 24:9; Mt 27:39; Mr 4:17; Mr 8:35; Mr 13:9,13; Lu 6:22; Lu 7:33,34; Lu 9:24; Lu 21:12,17; Joh 9:28; Joh 15:21; Ac 9:16; Ro 8:36; 1Co 4:10; 2Co 4:11; 1Pe 2:23; 1Pe 4:14; Re 2:3

NET © Notes

tn Grk “when they insult you.” The third person pronoun (here implied in the verb ὀνειδίσωσιν [ojneidiswsin]) has no specific referent, but refers to people in general.

tc Although ψευδόμενοι (yeudomenoi, “bearing witness falsely”) could be a motivated reading, clarifying that the disciples are unjustly persecuted, its lack in only D it sys Tert does not help its case. Since the Western text is known for numerous free alterations, without corroborative evidence the shorter reading must be judged as secondary.



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