Mark 4 12 Commentary. For example, depending on the inflection, the statement oh, i really need this. could suggest that the statement is sarcastic and actually means the opposite of what the words suggest. “… ‘he who has ears to hear, let him hear.’ and as soon as he was alone, his followers, along with the twelve, began asking him about the parables… ‘to you has been given the mystery of the kingdom of god;…
They shall abide in outer darkness. See notes on matthew 13:13. So that although they look they may look but not see, and although they hear they may hear but not understand, so they may not repent and be forgiven.
Jesus Used Parables To Conceal, To Hide The True Meaning So Those He Was Not Working With Would Not Understand.
Mark 4:12, rev bible and commentary. “… ‘he who has ears to hear, let him hear.’ and as soon as he was alone, his followers, along with the twelve, began asking him about the parables… ‘to you has been given the mystery of the kingdom of god;… 12 that seeing they may see, and not perceive;
See Notes On Matthew 13:13.
( see gill on matthew 13:15 ). (12) that seeing they may see. ( a) has been given to you.
Matthew Gives This Saying More Fully And Clearly.
So that, ''they may be ever seeing but never perceiving, and ever hearing but never understanding; Unto them that are without so the jews termed the heathen: However, it is up to the.
4:29 But When The Fruit Is Brought Forth, Immediately He Putteth In The Sickle, Because The Harvest Is Come.
Otherwise they might turn and be forgiven!'' mark 4:12, esv: The story of the tenant farmers. Which the end and reason of his speaking to them in parables.
( See Gill On Matthew 13:14 ).
They each heard jesus say, “ let us go over to the other side of the lake ” ( mark 4:35 ). Inflections in the voice will make the same words mean different things. 4:28 for the earth bringeth forth fruit of herself;