45 e0pantlw=n, "using fomentation." See Mr. Field's note on the place.

46 e0cekuli/sqhn.

47 [Ellh/nwn; see note on Homily XII. 5, p. 79.-R.]

1 [ei\selqw/n, "came in," so Tischendorf, but the R. V. accepts the reading ei[j e0lqw/n, "there came one ruler."-R.]

2 Luke viii. 49.

3 2 Kings v.11, LXX.

4 Mark v.37.

5 Luke viii. 51.

6 Matt.ix. 21, 22. [R. V., "border" for "hem" "do" for "may "; "made whole" for "whole".]

7 Levit. xv. 25.

8 Eusebius,E. H.,viii. 18,mentions a tradition that she belonged to C'sarea Philippi, othetwise called Paneas,and that certain brazen statues of a man holding out his hand and a woman kneeling, which were there in his time, were set up at her expense, that being her native place. He adds, that a certain plant which grew by the Saviour's statue. when it came to touch the hem of His garment, stopped growing and that it was endowed with virtue to cure all manner of diseases.

9 Luke viii. 50.

10 Mark v.35; Luke viii. 49.

11 John xi. 6, 39.

12 Matt. ix. 22; see verse 2

13 Luke viii. 45.

14 Luke viii. 46. [R. V., "power."]

15 Luke viii. 47. [The English rendering has been modified to indicate more exactly the words cited.-R.]

16 Luke viii. 48.

17 Matt. ix. 23, 24. [R. V., "the flute-players, and the crowdsmaking a tumult."]

18 John ii. 11.

19 Ex. iv. 2.

20 John xi. 34, 39.

21 Matt. ix. 18.

22 John xi. 44.

23 John xii. 2.

24 [Probably "Gentiles" or "heathen" would be a better reading. The contrast in with "believer".-R.]

25 2 Cor. vi. 15. [R. V., "unbeliever."]

26 Ps. cxvi. 7.

27 Gen. iii. 16, 19.

28 John xvi. 33.

29 Is. xxxv. 10.

30 Matt. viii. 11.

31 Because the feasts and prayers for the dead being supposed to benefit those only who have fallen asleep in the Lord, and whose final happiness was therefore sure, it was an inconsistency in those who celebrated them to sorrow as if they had no hope. See Bingham, b. xxiii. c. iii. sec. 13,

32 [Or, "Gentiles."]

33 Not that St. Chrysostom imagined that anything could be done to change the relative condition of those who have died in the favor or displeasure of God: see e. g. Hom. XXXVI. p. 506, ed.Field. Indeed, the same is implied in the words which immediately follow. "Dost thou long to see him? Then live the same life with him," &c.

34 Matt. xxvi. 39.

35 meta\ mollh=j th=j tragw|di/aj.

36 meqarmo/zetai.

37 1 Tim. v. 5. [R. V., "hath her hope set on God." Chrysostom reads ku\rion, and Augustine followed the same reading.-R.]

38 a0pokhru/ttousi.