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4看守的人 就因 他 吓得 浑身乱战 ,甚至 和死人 一样 。
4And for fear of him the keepers did shake, and became as dead men.
4 Verse 4. The keepers-became as dead men.] God can, by one and

the same means, comfort his servants, and terrify his enemies.

The resurrection of Christ is a subject of terror to the servants

of sin, and a subject of consolation to the sons of God; because it

is a proof of the resurrection of both, the one to shame and

everlasting contempt-the other to eternal glory and joy.

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