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PARALLEL BIBLE - Hebrews 13:3


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King James Bible - Hebrew 13:3

Remember them that are in bonds, as bound with them; and them which suffer adversity, as being yourselves also in the body.

World English Bible

Remember those who are in bonds, as bound with them; and those who are ill-treated, since you are also in the body.

Douay-Rheims - Hebrew 13:3

Remember them that are in bands, as if you were bound with them; and them that labour, as being yourselves also in the body.

Webster's Bible Translation

Remember them that are in bonds, as bound with them; and them who suffer adversity, as being yourselves also in the body.

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Heb 10:34 Ge 40:14,15,23 Jer 38:7-13 Mt 25:36,43 Ac 16:29-34

SEV Biblia, Chapter 13:3

Acordaos de los presos como presos juntamente con ellos; y de los afligidos, como tambin vosotros mismos sois del cuerpo.

Clarke's Bible Commentary - Hebrew 13:3

Verse 3. Remember them that are in bonds] He appears to refer to those Christian's who were suffering imprisonment for the
testimony of Jesus.

As bound with them] Feel for them as you would wish others to feel for you were you in their circumstances, knowing that, being in the body, you are liable to the same evils, and may be called to suffer in the same way for the same cause.


John Gill's Bible Commentary

Ver. 3. Remember them that are in bonds , etc..] Not for criminal actions, or for debt, though such should be remembered, and pity showed them, especially the latter; but such as are in bonds for the sake of Christ, and the Gospel. This has been often the lot of God's people, who should be remembered, by praying for them, sending comfortable letters to them, personally visiting them, and relieving them under their distresses: as bound with them ; as if it were so, as if in the same condition, and circumstances; by sympathizing with them; by considering themselves liable to the same bonds; by dealing with them as it would be desirable to be dealt with in the same case: and them which suffer adversity ; outward afflictions of body, distress for want of temporal mercies, food and raiment, and persecution by enemies; or spiritual adversity, as the prevailings of corruptions, and particularly unbelief, the hidings of God's face, and the temptations of Satan. As being yourselves also in the body ; as if in their bodies, enduring the same things; or as being afflicted in the body with diseases, necessities, and persecutions; or as being in the body, the church, of which these afflicted ones are a part, and therefore should have a fellow feeling with them; or rather as being in this world, in the flesh, or in a body and state subject to the like adversities, temporal and spiritual.

Matthew Henry Commentary

Verses 1-6 - The design of
Christ in giving himself for us, is, that he may purchase to himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works; and true religio is the strongest bond of friendship. Here are earnest exhortations to several Christian duties, especially contentment. The sin opposed to this grace and duty is covetousness, an over-eager desire for the wealth of this world, with envy of those who have more than ourselves Having treasures in heaven, we may be content with mean things here Those who cannot be so, would not be content though God raised their condition. Adam was in paradise, yet not contented; some angels in heaven were not contented; but the apostle Paul, though abased an empty, had learned in every state, in any state, to be content Christians have reason to be contented with their present lot. Thi promise contains the sum and substance of all the promises; "I wil never, no, never leave thee, no, never forsake thee." In the origina there are no less than five negatives put together, to confirm the promise: the true believer shall have the gracious presence of God with him, in life, at death, and for ever. Men can do nothing against God and God can make all that men do against his people, to turn to their good.


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Vincent's NT Word Studies

3. Them that are in bonds (twn desmiwn). See on ch. x. 34. As bound with them (wv sundedemenoi). N.T.o . As if you were fellow-prisoners. Comp.
1 Cor. xii. 14-26; 2 Cor. xi. 29. Public intercession for prisoners has formed a part of the service of the church from the earliest times. See the prayer at the close of Clem. Rom Ad Corinth. 59. It also occurs in the daily morning service of the synagogue.

Which suffer adversity (kakoucoumenwn). Rend. are evil entreated. See on ch. xi. 37.

As being yourselves also in the body (wv kai autoi ontev en swmati). As subject like them to bodily sufferings. Not in the body - the church, which would require the article. The expression ejn swmati in the sense of being still alive, only in 2 Cor. xii. 2



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