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    MATTHEW 28

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      1  Christ's resurrection is declared by an angel to the women.
     9  He himself appears unto them.
    11  The chief priests give the soldiers money to say that he was
        stolen out of his sepulchre.
    16  Christ appears to his disciples,
    18  and sends them to baptize and teach all nations.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - the end.
      The Hebrew word Schabbath, from which our English word is
      derived, signifies rest, and is applied to all solemn
      festivals, equally with that one day of every week devoted to
      the worship of God; Eze. 21 20:21, 'they polluted my sabbaths.'
      Three evangelists say, the transaction recorded in this verse,
      occurred upon the first day of the week, early in the morning,
      about sunrising, and John says, while it was yet dark.  [Opse
      <3796> sabbaton <4521>,] does not signify 'in the evening of
      sabbath,' but 'sabbaths.'  Hence, the great feast having been
      concluded, the term 'end of the sabbaths' denotes the time
      very clearly.  Again, it may be observed that the Jews,
      speaking of their passover, sometimes speak according to their
      civil computation, wherein they measured their days from
      sun-rising to sun-rising.  Sometimes according to their sacred
      computation, which was from sun-set to sun-set.  This
      reconciles Nu 28:18, which seems to make the fourteenth day of
      the first month, the first day of unleavened bread.
    
       * Mr 16:1,2 Lu 23:56; 24:1,22 Joh 20:1 *etc:
    - Mary Magdalene.
       * Mt 27:56,61
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - there.
       * Mt 27:51-53 Ac 16:26 Re 11:19
    - was.  or, had been.  for.
       * Mr 16:3-5 Lu 24:2-5 Joh 20:1,12,13 1Ti 3:16 1Pe 1:12
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - countenance.
       * Mt 17:2 Ps 104:4 Eze 1:4-14 Da 10:5,6 Re 1:14-16; 10:1; 18:1
    - his raiment.
       * Mr 9:3; 16:5 Ac 1:10 Re 3:4,5
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - the.
       * :11; 27:65,66
    - shake.
       * Job 4:14 Ps 48:6 Da 10:7 Ac 9:3-7; 16:29 Re 1:17
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - Fear.
       * Isa 35:4; 41:10,14 Da 10:12,19 Mr 16:6 Lu 1:12,13,30 Heb 1:14
       * Re 1:17,18
    - ye seek.
       * Ps 105:3,4 Lu 24:5 Joh 20:13-15 Heb 1:14
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - as.
       * Mt 12:40; 16:21; 17:9,23; 20:19; 26:31,32; 27:63 Mr 8:31 Lu 24:6-8
       * Lu 24:23,44 Joh 2:19; 10:17
    - Come.
       * Mr 16:6 Lu 24:12 Joh 20:4-9
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - go.
       * :10 Mr 16:7,8,10,13 Lu 24:9,10,22-24,34 Joh 20:17,18
    - he goeth.
       * :16,17; 26:32 Mr 14:28 Joh 21:1 *etc:
       * 1Co 15:4,6
    - lo.
       * Mt 24:25 Isa 44:8; 45:21 Joh 14:29; 16:4
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - with.
       * Ezr 3:12,13 Ps 2:11 Mr 16:8 Lu 24:36-41 Joh 16:20,22; 20:20,21
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - as.
       * Isa 64:5 Mr 16:9,10 Joh 20:14-16
    - All hail.
       * Lu 1:28 Joh 20:19 2Co 13:11 *Gr:
    - and held.
       * So 3:3,4 Lu 7:38 Joh 12:3; 20:17 Re 3:9
    - worshipped.
       * :17; 14:33 Lu 24:52 Joh 20:28 Re 5:11-14
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - Be.
       * :5; 14:27 Lu 24:36-38 Joh 6:20
    - go.
       * :7 Jud 10:16 Ps 103:8-13 Mr 16:7
    - my.
       * Mt 12:48-50; 25:40,45 Mr 3:33-35 Joh 20:17 Ro 8:29 Heb 2:11-18
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - some.
       * :4; 27:65,66
    
    VERSE 12
        * Mt 26:3,4; 27:1,2,62-64 Ps 2:1-7 Joh 11:47; 12:10,11 Ac 4:5-22
       * Ac 5:33,34,40
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - stole.
       * Mt 26:64
    
    
    VERSE 14 
     - we.
       * Ac 12:19
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - they took.
       * Mt 26:15 1Ti 6:10
    - until.
       * Mt 27:8
    
    
    VERSE 16 
     - the eleven.
       * Mr 16:14 Joh 6:70 Ac 1:13-26 1Co 15:15
    - went.
       * :7,10; 26:32
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - when.
       * Mt 16:28
    - worshipped.
       * :9 Ps 2:12; 45:11 Joh 5:23
    - but.
       * 1Co 15:6
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - All.
       * Mt 11:27; 16:28 Ps 2:6-9; 89:19,27; 110:1-3 Isa 9:6,7 Da 7:14
       * Lu 1:32,33; 10:22 Joh 3:35; 5:22-27; 13:3; 17:2 Ac 2:36; 10:36
       * Ro 14:9 1Co 15:27 Eph 1:20-22 Php 2:9-11 Col 1:16-19
       * Heb 1:2; 2:8 1Pe 3:22 Re 11:15; 17:14; 19:16
    
    
    VERSE 19 
     - ye therefore.
       * Ps 22:27,28; 98:2,3 Isa 42:1-4; 49:6; 52:10; 66:18,19 Mr 16:15,16
       * Lu 24:47,48 Ac 1:8; 13:46,47; 28:28 Ro 10:18 Col 1:23
    - teach all nations.  or, make disciples, or Christians, of all
      nations.   baptizing.
       * Ac 2:38,39,41; 8:12-16,36-38; 9:18; 10:47,48; 16:15-33; 19:3-5
       * 1Co 1:13-16; 15:29 1Pe 3:21
    - the name.
       * Mt 3:16,17 Ge 1:26 Nu 6:24-27 Isa 48:16 1Co 12:4-6 2Co 13:14
       * Eph 2:18 1Jo 5:7 Re 1:4-6
    
    
    VERSE 20 
     - them.
       * Mt 7:24-27 De 5:32; 12:32 Ac 2:42; 20:20,21,27 1Co 11:2,23; 14:37
       * Eph 4:11-17,20 *etc:
       * Col 1:28 1Th 4:1,2 2Th 3:6-12 1Ti 6:1-4 Tit 2:1-10 1Pe 2:10-19
       * 2Pe 1:5-11; 3:2 1Jo 2:3,4; 3:19-24 Re 22:14
    - I am.
       * Mt 1:23; 18:20 Ge 39:2,3,21 Ex 3:12 Jos 1:5 Ps 46:7,11 Isa 8:8-10
       * Isa 41:10 Mr 16:20 Joh 14:18-23 Ac 18:9,10 2Ti 4:17 Re 22:21
    - unto.
       * Mt 13:39,40,49; 24:3
    - Amen.
       * Mt 6:13 1Ki 1:36 1Ch 16:36 Ps 72:19 Re 1:18; 22:20
    
    
    
               CONCLUDING REMARKS ON MATTHEW'S GOSPEL.
    
    Matthew being one of the twelve apostles, and early called to
    the apostleship, and from the time of his call a constant
    attendant on our Savior, was perfectly well qualified to write
    fully the history of his life.  He relates what he saw and
    heard.  'He is eminently distinguished for the distinctness and
    particularity with which he has related many of our Lord's
    discourses and moral instructions.  Of these his sermon on the
    mount, his charge to the apostles, his illustrations of the
    nature of his kingdom, and his prophecy on mount Olivet, are
    examples.  He has also wonderfully united simplicity and energy
    in relating the replies of his Master to the cavils of his
    adversaries.'  'There is not,' as Dr. A. Clarke justly remarks,
    'one truth or doctrine, in the whole oracles of God, which is
    not taught in this Evangelist.  The outlines of the whole
    spiritual system are here correctly laid down:  even Paul
    himself has added nothing:  he has amplified and illustrated the
    truths contained in this Gospel;--under the inspiration of the
    Holy Ghost, neither he, nor any of the other apostles, have
    brought to light one truth, the prototype of which has not been
    found in the words and acts of our blessed Lord as related by
    Matthew.'
    
    
    
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