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11他们领到之后,就埋怨家主,说:
11And when they had received it, they murmured against the goodman of the house,
11 Verse 11. They murmured] The Jews made the preaching of the

Gospel to the Gentiles, a pretence why they should reject that

Gospel; as they fondly imagined they were, and should be, the sole

objects of the Divine approbation. How they murmured because the

Gentiles were made partakers of the kingdom of God; see ,

&c., and , &c.



There are many similitudes of this kind among the Jews, where

the principal part even of the phraseology of our Lord's parable

may be found. Several of them may be seen in Schoettgen. Our

Lord, however, as in all other cases, has greatly improved the

language, scope, design, and point of the similitude. He was, in

all cases, an eminent master of the sentences.