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10耶稣在屋里吃饭的时候,有很多税吏和罪人来与他和门徒一起吃饭。




10 ¶ And it came to pass, as Jesus sat at meat in the house, behold, many publicans and sinners came and sat down with him and his disciples.
10 Verse 10. Sat at meat in the house] Viz. of Matthew, who it

appears, from , made a great feast on the occasion, thus

testifying his gratitude for the honour done him; and that his

friends and acquaintances might profit by the teaching of his new

master, he invites them to the entertainment that was honoured by

the presence of Christ. His companions, it appears, were not of

the most creditable kind. They were tax-gatherers

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and sinners, αμαρτωλοι, a word which I believe in general

signifies heathens, throughout the Gospels, and in several other

parts of the New Testament. See, among others, ;

; ;

; ; ;

; ; ; in most, if not all of which

places, it evidently refers to the character or state of a

Gentile, or Heathen. See also the notes on these passages.