1 Matt. xix. 2.

2 Matt. xix. 3.

3 [R. V. "from."]

4 [R. V., "become."]

5 Matt. xix. 4-6.

6 e/nage\j.

7 Matt. xix. 7. ["How" is substituted for "why."]

8 [The citation agrees with the briefer reading, accepted by Tischendorf; comp. R. V. margin.-R.]

9 Matt. xv. 11.

10 Matt. xii. 12.

11 Matt. xv. 15.

12 Matt. xix. 10. [Compare the more exact citation which follows. -R.]

13 Mark x. 10.

14 Matt. xix. 11.

15 Matt. xix. 12.

16 a0poko/yontai, which may mean this. [R. V. margin, "mutilate themselves."]

17 Gal. v. 12. [Whatever be the meaning of the verb in Galatians, there can be no question that the use here made of the passage is forced.-R.]

18 Matt. xix. 13-15.

19 Matt. xviii. 3, 4.

20 sobei=n.

21 mesasmou/j.

22 1 Cor. xiv. 20.

23 Prov. ix. 12, LXX.

24 1 Sam. xxviii. 15.

25 1 Sam. xxvi. 16.

26 Mss. "not to make money," and presently, "not to love glory;" but Savile's reading is rightly adopted by Mr. Field, with the Latin Translator.

1 Mark x. 17-21.

2 1Tim. vi. 10. [R. V., "a root of all kinds of evil."]

3 Matt. xix. 17. [This clause is found in the rec. text, but not in the better supported form of the verse, which reads, "Why askest thou me concerning that which is good? One there is who is good." It is probable, but not certain, that Chrysostom atccepted the other form of the text. Comp. note On Homily XXVII. 5., p 186.-R.]

4 John iv. 22.

5 John v.31.

6 Matt. vii. 11.

7 [fhsi/n, "One may say," occurs in the Greek here.-R.]

8 Matt. xix. 2-. [R. V. omits "from my youth up."]

9 [An important sentence is omitted here: "But that also was not a little thing which he supposed he lacked, nor did he think that what he had said sufficed for attaining what he desired. "-R.]