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27彼得 就 对他 说 :看哪 ,我们 已经撇下 所有的 跟从 你 ,将来我们 要得 甚么 呢?




27 ¶ Then answered Peter and said unto him, Behold, we have forsaken all, and followed thee; what shall we have therefore?
27 Verse 27. We have forsaken all] "A poor all," says one, "a

parcel of rotten nets." No matter-they were their ALL, whether

rotten or sound; besides, they were the all they got their bread

by; and such an all as was quite sufficient for that purpose: and

let it be observed, that that man forsakes much who reserves

nothing to himself, and renounces all expectations from this

world, taking God alone for his portion. See Mt 4:20.



To forsake all, without following Christ, is the virtue of a

philosopher. To follow Christ in profession, without forsaking

all, is the state of the generality of Christians. But to

follow Christ and forsake all, is the perfection of a

Christian.



What shall we have therefore?] τιαραεσταιημιν, What REWARD

shall we get? This Kypke proves to be the meaning of the words

from some of the best Greek writers.

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