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3耶稣伸手摸他,说:“我肯,你洁净了吧!”他的痲风立刻洁净了。
3And Jesus put forth his hand, and touched him, saying, I will; be thou clean. And immediately his leprosy was cleansed.
3 Verse 3. Jesus put forth his hand-I will; be thou clean.] The

most sovereign authority is assumed in this speech of our blessed

Lord-I WILL: there is here no supplication of any power superior

to his own; and the event proved to the fullest conviction, and by

the clearest demonstration, that his authority was absolute, and

his power unlimited. Be thou cleansed, καθαρισθητι; a single word

is enough.



And immediately his leprosy was cleansed.] What an astonishing

sight! A man whose whole body was covered over with the most

loathsome disease, cleansed from it in a moment of time! Was it

possible for any soul to resist the evidence of this fact? This

action of Christ is a representation of that invisible hand which

makes itself felt by the most insensible heart; of that internal

word which makes itself heard by the most deaf; and of that

supreme will which works every thing according to its own counsel.