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An Exposition Of The Gospels by The Most Rev. John Macevilly D.D.

In this chapter, we have an account of the plucking of the ears of corn on the Sabbath, and our Lord’s reply to the malevolent animadversions of the Pharisees in relation to it (1–5). The healing of the man with the withered hand, and our Lord’s defence of his mode of acting regarding it (6–11). The calling of the twelve Apostles (12–16). The sermon on the Mount (17–49).

1–5. (See Matthew 12:1–8, Commentary on.)

6–10. (See Matthew 12:9–14)

11. “Filled with madness,” fury and rage, at being unable to reply to our Lord. Hence, their wicked, murderous thoughts regarding Him.

12–38. (See Matthew 5, 6, 7.)

39. (Matthew 15:14)

40. (Matthew 10:24, 25.)

41–44. (Matthew 7)

45. (Matthew 12:34, 35.)

46–49. (Matthew 7:24–29.)








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