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Luke Chapter 21


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BSP's Luke Chapter 21 comment on 12/25/2020, 9:18am...

In verses 29-31 the disciples were instructed to stop and look at the fig tree, notice the buds, and discern that summer was near. Today we must take notice of the events and conditions taking places around us and discern that soon Jesus will return and take action.


Mishael's Luke Chapter 21 comment on 12/22/2020, 9:41am...

Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers

(19) Woe unto them.-Better, alas for them, or woe for them. The tone is that of pity rather than denunciation. The hardships of a hurried flight would press most heavily on those who were encumbered with infant children, or were expecting childbirth. The same tenderness of sympathy shows itself in the words spoken to the daughters of Jerusalem in Luke 23:28-29. Perhaps the words point to the darker horrors of the siege, when mothers were driven, in the frenzy of starvation, to feed on their infants' flesh.

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