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7耶稣对他说:“我去医治他。”
7And Jesus saith unto him, I will come and heal him.
7 Verse 7. I will come and heal him.] εγωελοθωνθεραπευσω

αυτον, I am coming, and will heal him. This saying is worthy of

observation. Jesus did not positively say, I will came and heal

him; this could not have been strictly true, because our Lord

healed him without going to the house: and the issue shows that

the words ought to be taken in the most literal sense: thus

understood, they contained a promise which it seems none of them

distinctly comprehended. Foreseeing the exercise of the

centurion's faith, he promises that while he is coming, ere he

arrives at the house, he will heal him, and this was literally

done, . There is much beauty in this passage.