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15你们看见 先知 但以理 所说 的那行毁坏 可憎 的站 在 圣 地 (读 这经的人须要会意 )。
15 When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand:)
15 Verse 15. The abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel]

This abomination of desolation, St. Luke, (Lu 21:20, 21,) refers

to the Roman army; and this abomination standing in the holy place

is the Roman army besieging Jerusalem; this, our Lord says, is

what was spoken of by Daniel the prophet, in the ninth and

eleventh chapters of his prophecy; and so let every one who reads

these prophecies understand them; and in reference to this very

event they are understood by the rabbins. The Roman army is

called an abomination, for its ensigns and images, which were so

to the Jews. Josephus says, (War, b. vi. chap. 6,) the Romans

brought their ensigns into the temple, and placed them over

against the eastern gate, and sacrificed to them there. The Roman

army is therefore fitly called the abomination, and the

abomination which maketh desolate, as it was to desolate and lay

waste Jerusalem; and this army besieging Jerusalem is called by

St. Mark, Mr 13:14,

standing where it ought not, that is, as in the text here, the

holy place; as not only the city, but a considerable compass of

ground about it, was deemed holy, and consequently no profane

persons should stand on it.

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