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31众人 责备 他们 ,不许他们作声 ;他们却 越发 喊着 说 :主阿 ,大卫 的子孙 ,可怜 我们 罢!
31 And the multitude rebuked them, because they should hold their peace: but they cried the more, saying, Have mercy on us, O Lord, thou Son of David.
31 Verse 31. The multitude rebuked them] Whenever a soul begins

to cry after Jesus for light and salvation, the world and the

devil join together to drown its cries, or force it to be silent.

But let all such remember, Jesus is now passing by; that their

souls must perish everlastingly, if not saved by him, and they may

never have so good an opportunity again. While there is a broken

and a contrite heart, let it sigh its complaints to God, till he

hear and answer.



They cried the more] When the world and the devil begin to

rebuke, in this case, it is a proof that the salvation of God is

nigh; therefore, let such cry out a great deal the more.

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