matthew 4:13 commentary

The prophet’s discourse relates, no doubt, to the destruction of the nation, but presents to us, as in a mirror, what is the condition of mankind, until they are delivered by the grace of Christ. Matthew Poole's Commentary Ver. Capernaum was a town situated upon the western shore of the Lake of Gennesaret. St. Matthew records the bare fact. On both sides of the inlet of the River Jordan, at the northern extremity of the lake, stood the double town of Bethsaida. (See Hist. Tel Hûm and Khan Minyeh compete for the honour of the site. And leaving Nazareth — Namely, when they had wholly rejected his word, and even attempted to kill him. See Poole on Mt "13:17". Now he moves his residence to another town in the same province called Capernaum. Our Price: $16.99 Save: $33.00 (66%) Buy Now. … (Syn. Wilson, 1866), and on account of the similarity of the name (Tell Hum means ‘Hill of Nahum,’ and Capernaum ‘Village of Nahum’). Its surface was alive with the ships, or rather lake-boats, of fisher-men and navigators. σεν εἰς Καπερναοὺμ. Thence, for reasons we proceed to explain, he went and took his residence at Capernaum. Matthew Poole's Commentary. Borders of Zebulun and Nephalim — By the ancient division of the tribes, Zebulun bordered on this Sea of Gennesaret. Mark 1. upon the sea coast. Under the Roman government custom-houses were established, at which tribute was taken by the publicans, of which Matthew was one. So here, what we understand the Evangelist to say is, that Jesus, on His return to Galilee, did not, as might have been expected, make Nazareth the place of His stated residence, but "leaving (or passing by) Nazareth,". Under the Roman government custom-houses were established, at which tribute was taken by the publicans, of which Matthew was one. Ian Mackervoy. Capernaum; a town on the north-west shore of the sea of Galilee. 2 b He fasted for forty days and forty nights, * and afterwards he was hungry. HENRY ALFORD (1810-1871) The New Testament for English Readers Matthew Commentary. That Matthew's order is the right one will appear, we think, quite clearly in the sequel. Its position on the shore of the lake, as a town with a garrison and a custom-house, made it the natural centre of the fishing-trade of the Lake of Galilee. By the way of the sea, beyond Jordan] Situate on the Jordan, near the sea.Campbell. On the western banks were the towns of Tiberias, of Magdala, (the residence of the Magdalen,) Capernaum, and Chorazin. This lake and its surrounding localities must ever remain one of the most interesting spots on the map of the globe. This commentary has been through Advanced Checking. The people that walked in darkness shall see a great light” (Isaiah 9:1. Matthew Henry’s Bible Commentary (concise) << Micah 3 | Micah 4 | Micah 5 >> (Read all of Micah 4) Complete Concise Chapter Contents. It is very absurd in the Jews to confine it to the deliverance of the city of Jerusalem. Four or five of the Twelve lived there; it had a considerable and mixed population, securing some freedom from that intense bigotry which even to this day characterizes all places where Jews in large numbers dwell nearly alone; it was centrical, so that not only on the approach of the annual festivals did large numbers pass through it or near it, but on any occasion multitudes could easily be collected about it; and for crossing and recrossing the lake, which our Lord had so often occasion do, no place could be more convenient. NIV Zondervan Study Bible, hardcover. We have the same Mark 13:13. It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot. The commencement of this light, and, as we might say, the dawn, was the return of the people from Babylon. It was also in the borders of Zebulun and Naphtali. In the clearness of the eastern atmosphere it looks much smaller than its real size. The town of Khorazy, about two miles north of Tell-Hum, seems to represent the ancient Chorazin. As Bethlehem was the place of Jesus’s birth, and Nazareth of his childhood, so Capernaum was the home of his ministry, and, Capernaum was a town situated upon the western shore of the Lake of Gennesaret. This place was eminently suited to be the location of our Lord’s ministry. In the King James Version of the Bible the text reads: . Even the presence of the “publicans and sinners”—the latter term including Gentiles, the class of those who had flocked to the preaching of John, and were to be found in the half-Romanised city, and were not to be found in the more secluded villages—may have been one of the elements which led to the decisive choice. Matthew 5:13-17 New International Version (NIV) Salt and Light. (21-25) Their account of the land. But to us there seem all but insuperable difficulties in the supposition of two visits to Nazareth after His baptism; and on the grounds stated on Luke 4:16, etc., we think that the one only visit to Nazareth is that recorded by Matthew (Matthew 13:1-58), Mark (Mark 6:1-56), and Luke (Luke 4:1-44.) And he said to them, Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men. as if the light of life had been restored to it, when the siege was raised by the flight of King Sennacherib, (331) (2 Kings 19:36.) (Calmet) --- He leaves Nazareth for good and all, and retires to Capharnaum, a very flourishing and much frequented emporium, both for the Jews and Gentiles. (13) Leaving Nazareth.—The form of the name in the older MSS. But if we attend to the true meaning of the prophet, it will appear to be properly and naturally accommodated to the present occasion. Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers. on StudyLight.org (1-8) The judgments to come upon Jerusalem, but the final triumph of Israel. It was called the place of refreshment, from the springs near which it stood. They had rejected him (Luke 4:16-30), Lived in Capernaum. “All along the edge of this secluded basin,” says Stanley, “runs the whole way round from north to south a level beach, at the southern end roughly strewn with the black and white stones peculiar to this district, and also connected with its volcanic structure; but the central or northern part formed of smooth sand, or of a texture of shells and pebbles so minute as to resemble sand, like the substance of the beach on the Gulf of ‘Akabah. To declare that our privileges by Christ under the gospel exceed the privileges of the Jewish church under Moses, as a reason why we should make a … Capernaum was an important place, the residence of Andrew, Peter, and the sons of Zebedee, probably of Matthew also, chiefly honored by the title, ‘His own city’ (Matthew 9:1). The adjoining countries of Naphtali and Zebulun, diversified with mountain and vale, were covered with verdure, and cultivated by a swarming population. (3.) After being rejected there the first time. Against the identity, see notes on Luke, and on chap. A Synagogue has been discovered in the present ruins. The Lake of Gennesaret is seldom mentioned in the Old Testament, or in secular history. By the ancient division of the tribes, Zebulun bordered on this Sea of Gennesaret. (1-3) Its excellency represented by its properties and effects; (4-7) and by its abiding, and its superiority. Matthew 4:13 . Commentary on Matthew 2:13-23 View Bible Text . Retail: $34.99. See Schaff, Bible Lands (1878), p. 343. There is no better answering the tempter than by opposing the precepts of holy writ to his motions to sin. Matthew 4:14. ); a second visit being that detailed by our Evangelist (Matthew 13:54-58), and by Mark (Matthew 6:1-6). Read his fascinating brief biography - Henry Alford and Phil Johnson's related comments/p>. If there were but one (as many think), it occurred at the beginning of the Galilean ministry, since Luke’s account is so particular. Through the centre of this lake, from north to south, runs the rapid current of the River Jordan, which, coming down from its sources in the Lebanon, passes onward to the Dead Sea. CHAPTER 4. The Sea of Tiberias is about thirteen miles in length, and, in its broadest part, six miles in breadth. Matthew 13:54-58; Mark 6:1-6). A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Twelve men sent to search the land of Canaan, Their instructions. Nazareth was a town in Galilee where the parents of Jesus lived after coming back from Egypt. The chronology of John 5:1 is uncertain (see Notes there), but at some time before, or shortly after, this migration to Capernaum, we must place the visit to Jerusalem, and the miracle at Bethesda, which St. John there records. Commentary on Matthew 4:12-23 View Bible Text . The prevalent opinion is, that this refers to a first visit to Nazareth after His baptism, whose details are given by Luke (Luke 4:16, etc. 13.Leaving Nazareth — After being rejected there the first time. The town of Khorazy, about two miles north of Tell-Hum, seems to represent the ancient Chorazin. Biblical Commentary (Bible study) Matthew 9:9-13, 18-26 EXEGESIS: MATTHEW 8-9. πρὸς γὰρ τῇ τῶν ἀέρων εὐκρασίῃ καὶ πηγῇ διάρδεται γονιμωτάτῃ. Matthew: Jesus is *Christ the King. As the traveller descends from the rocky walls by which it is encompassed, the temperature of its deep basin grows warm. In the borders of Zebulun and Naphtali ... wondered at the gracious words that proceeded out of his mouth, he came and dwelt in Capernaum, which is upon the seacoast. “ Though the whole nation,” says he, “shall be destroyed, yet so brilliant shall be the light of grace, that there will be less dimness in this last destruction than in the two former instances, when the ten tribes were ruined.”. Study the bible online using commentary on Matthew 4:13 and more! The necessity and advantage of the grace of love. ), The Israelites had been twice visited by a heavy calamity: first, when four tribes, or thereby, were carried away into banishment, by Tiglath-Pileser, (2 Kings 15:29;) and, secondly, when Shalmaneser completed the destruction of the kingdom of Israel, (2 Kings 18:9.) Hence it follows, that our souls are plunged in the darkness of everlasting death, till he enlightens them by his grace. Capernaum. There is much difference of opinion as to its true position. Commentary on Matthew 4:19: Knowing Our Mission as Christians. Matthew Poole's Commentary. This migration to Capernaum is not formally noted in the other Gospels, but Capernaum appears in all the synoptists as the main centre of Christ’s Galilean ministry.— , etc. He came and dwelt in Capernaum, which is upon the sea coast, [ Kafarnaoum (G2746a) teen (Greek #3588) parathalassian (Greek #3864)] - 'maritime Capernaum,' on the northwest shore of the sea of Galilee; but the precise spot is unknown. “Nevertheless, the dimness shall not be such as was in her vexation, when at the first he lightly afflicted the land of Zebulun, and the land of Naphtali, and afterward did more grievously afflict her by the way of the sea, beyond Jordan, in Galilee of the nations. In the same manner, Paul reminds us, that it was a fulfillment of what occurs in many passages of the prophets, “ Awake, thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead,” (Ephesians 5:14.) As Nazareth was in Galilee, this implies that our Lord’s course from Judea was first to Nazareth. The coast or shore of the Lake of Gennesaret. AMPC. Thus the double advantages of intercourse by sea and land were secured by our Lord’s position at Capernaum.”. And leaving [ katalipoon (G2641)] Nazareth. Matthew Henry's Commentary – Verses 4–13 . Came and dwelt at Capernaum — As Bethlehem was the place of Jesus’s birth, and Nazareth of his childhood, so Capernaum was the home of his ministry, and Jerusalem the place of his death. The word Hum is doubtless the closing syllable of thee word Capernaum. Because rejected there (Luke 4:16-30). In the countries round this lake, our Lord spent a great part of the two former years of his public life; and though he afterward enlarged the compass of his journeys, yet they always enjoyed a considerable share of his blessed company and divine instructions.” — Macknight. The river Jordan runs through the middle of it, and stocks it with a variety of excellent fish. NIV Devotional Bible for Women--hardcover, jacketed printed . Matthew 15:4. Matthew 4:13 in all English translations. It was “Christ’s own city” because he made it his home. Thence on the curve of the northeastern shore was the grassy plain of Butaiha, where the five thousand were miraculously fed. And leaving Nazareth, His early home. The peace of the kingdom of Christ. As such, it fell in with the habits of the four first-called disciples, who, though two of them were of Bethsaida, were already partly domiciled there. Long before the settlement of the tribes in the land of Canaan, the dying Jacob prophesied of Zebulun, (, :) “Zebulun shall dwell at the haven of the sea; and he shall be an haven of the ships; and his borders shall be unto Zidon.”, John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, John Lightfoot's Commentary on the Gospels, Robertson's Word Pictures in the New Testament, The Popular Commentary by Paul E. Kretzmann, Greek Testament Critical Exegetical Commentary, Johann Albrecht Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament, Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible, Alexander MacLaren's Expositions of Holy Scripture, Justin Edwards' Family Bible New Testament, Schaff's Popular Commentary on the New Testament, Joseph Benson's Commentary of the Old and New Testaments, George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, E.M. Zerr's Commentary on Selected Books of the New Testament. 1. Other Forerunner Commentary entries containing Matthew 4:13: John 7:41-52 Matthew 4:12 : Matthew 4:14 >> The Berean: Daily Verse and Comment Sign up for the Berean: Daily Verse and Comment, and have Biblical truth delivered to your inbox. Its name is compounded of the words Kefr, village, and Nahum, refreshment. A city of 30,000 on the northwest shore of the Lake of Galilee, It was an important city, had a synagogue, a Roman army garrison, and a customs station with Matthew as the tax officer. App-169. Resources » Matthew Henry's Commentary » Acts » Chapter 8 » Verses 4–13. An EasyEnglish Bible Version and Commentary (2800 word vocabulary) on Matthew 4:23 to 13:58. www.easyenglish.bible. Leaving Nazareth — Namely, when they had rejected his word, and even attempted to kill him, as is described Luke 4:29 : he came and dwelt in Capernaum, upon the sea-coast — “Capernaum is nowhere mentioned in the Old Testament, either by its own name or by any other. Matthew 4:13. (1-20) Their proceedings. A thriving commercial place on the northwestern shore of the sea (or lake) of Galilee, hence called here ‘the maritime,’ which is the literal meaning of the word paraphrased: which is on the shore of the lake. Content. And he said to them, Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men. Commentary on Matthew 9:9-13, 18-26 View Bible Text . It was on the border between the tribes of Zebulun and Naphtali. As Nazareth was in Galilee, this implies that our Lord’s course from Judea was first to Nazareth. Anciently, the lake of Gennesareth was called the sea of Chinneroth, Numbers 34:11; but in later times, it was named the sea of Galilee, because that country formed part of its shore, and the sea of Tiberias: from the city Tiberias, lying on the south-west coast thereof. KJ21. The word Hum is doubtless the closing syllable of thee word Caperna, signifies a mound, or ancient, site, so the ancient Kefr-Nahum would be the modern Tell-Hum. Jesus naturally went to Nazareth first, but He did not tarry there.— , He went to settle (as in Matthew 2:23) in Capernaum. From now on when mention is made of "his own city" it will mean this place, while the term "his own country" will still mean the vicinity of Nazareth. Matthew 4:13. We adopt, however, the opinion of Dr. Thomson, that it was situated at the point which is now called Tell-Hum. Our Lord seems to have chosen it for several reasons. Thomas Coke Commentary on the Holy Bible. “Situated,” says Stanley, “in the midst of the Jordan valley, on the great thoroughfare from Babylon and Damascus, in Palestine, its waters seemed to answer a purpose like that served by the Lake of Lucerne, between Italy and Germany. As the word Kefr signifies a village, and the word Tell signifies a mound, or ancient, site, so the ancient Kefr-Nahum would be the modern Tell-Hum. (See Hist. Study the bible online using commentary on Matthew 4 and more! The lake by which it stood, though now deserted and lonely, was then the scene of busy life. The Gospel reading this day after Christmas strikes a new tone for the season by dramatically leading us away from anticipation of Advent and revelry of the holidays to the tenuous and dark days between promises and their fruition. View More Titles. 13 “You are the salt of the earth. At length, Christ, “ the Sun of Righteousness,” (Malachi 4:2 ,) arose in full splendor, and, by his coming, utterly “abolished” (2 Timothy 1:10) the darkness of death. A second rejection took place at a later period (comp. The lake by which it stood, though now deserted and lonely, was then the scene of busy life. That it might be fulfilled which — Whereby was fulfilled that which. (2.) Its fisheries furnished a source of sustenance to the surrounding inhabitants, and an industry for its labourers. Occurs only here. Probably it was one of those towns which the Jews built after their return from Babylon. ывает, что Христос уже интенсивно проповедовал там (См. We also met with it before, Matthew 10:22. Matthew 13:15 - For the heart of this people has become dull , With their ears they scarcely hear , And they have closed their eyes , Otherwise they would see with their eyes , Hear with their ears , And understand with their heart and return , And I would heal them .' Its surface was dotted by countless villages, visited by our Lord at various times, mentioned or unmentioned by the evangelists. Matthew 4:13 is the thirteenth verse of the fourth chapter of the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament.In the previous verse Jesus returned to Galilee after hearing of the arrest of John the Baptist.In this verse he leaves from Nazareth to Capernaum.. A word list at the end explains words with a *star by them. Study This × Bible Gateway Plus. Its fisheries furnished a source of sustenance to the surrounding inhabitants, and an industry for its labourers. Matthew Henry’s Bible Commentary (concise) << 1 Corinthians 12 | 1 Corinthians 13 | 1 Corinthians 14 >> (Read all of 1 Corinthians 13) Complete Concise Chapter Contents. In the summer or late spring it is filled with an atmosphere of oppressive heat, in great contrast with the bracing breezes of the neighbouring hills of Galilee. Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible. They also emphasize his commitment to restoring those who are in need Matthew 4:13. Read Matthew 4 commentary using Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete). Matthew 4:15. Lastly, St. John’s narrative supplies another link. Lower Galilee is called Galilee of the Gentiles, not only on account of its vicinity to Tyre and Sidon, but because its inhabitants were a mixture of Jews and Gentiles, particularly after that David had granted some cities to King Hiram. Its surface was alive with the ships, or rather lake-boats, of fisher-men and navigators. Other People's Commentary (NT) entries containing Matthew 4:13: Mark 1:14 Matthew 4:12 : Matthew 4:14 >> DISCLAIMER: Church of the Great God (CGG) provides these resources to aid the individual in studying the Bible. St. John (John 2:12) states a fact which implies (1) that Capernaum had not been before the home of the mother of our Lord and of His brethren, and (2) that there were ties of some kind drawing them thither for a temporary visit. It was afterward called the Sea of Galilee, and finally, in honour of the Emperor Tiberius, it was called the Lake of Tiberias, and a town was called Tiberias on its western coast. The healing of the son of one of the Tetrarch’s officers at Capernaum (John 4:46-54) had secured there a certain degree of protection and of influence. And leaving Nazareth, He went and settled in Capernaum, which is by the sea, in the country of Zebulun and Naphtali. St. Luke (Luke 4:16-30) connects it with His rejection by the men of this very place, where He had been brought up, and their attempt upon His life. There is much difference of opinion as to its true position. But one other high reason for the choice of Capernaum remains to be mentioned, the only one specified by our Evangelist. Long before the settlement of the tribes in the land of Canaan, the dying Jacob prophesied of Zebulun, (Genesis 49:13:) “Zebulun shall dwell at the haven of the sea; and he shall be an haven of the ships; and his borders shall be unto Zidon.”. This daily newsletter provides a starting point for personal study, and gives valuable insight into the verses that make up the Word of God. 14-16. The exact site of Capernaum has long been one of the vexed questions of the topography of Palestine, but the researches of the Palestine Exploration Society have identified it with the modern village of Tell-Hûm, where their excavations have disinterred the remains of an ancient building of the Roman period, which is supposed to have been the synagogue of the city; possibly, therefore, the very synagogue, built by the believing centurion (Luke 7:5), in which our Lord worshipped and taught (John 6:59). To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use the convenient, Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament, The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary, Watson's Biblical & Theological Dictionary, International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, In the borders of Zabulon and Nephthalim -. Greek. Matthew 4:12-17. The exact site of Capernaum, so often mentioned in the New Testament, is disputed; the words of our Lord (Matthew 11:23) have thus been fulfilled. Matthew 4:13. Its surface was dotted by countless villages, visited by our Lord at various times, mentioned or unmentioned by the evangelists. Matthew 13:54-58. 13.And having left Nazareth I have thought it proper to introduce this passage of Matthew, immediately after Luke’s narrative, which we have just examined; because we may gather from the context that, as Christ had hitherto been wont to frequent the town of Nazareth, so, in order to avoid danger, he now bade a final adieu to it, and dwelt in Capernaum and the neighboring towns. Thence, for reasons we proceed to explain, he went and took his residence at Capernaum. Its name is compounded of the words Kefr, village, and Nahum, refreshment. On this beach, which can be discerned running like a white line all round the lake, the hills plant their dark base, descending nowhere precipitously, but almost everywhere presenting an alternation of soft grassy slopes and rocky cliffs, occasionally broken away so as to exhibit the red and gray colours so familiar in the limestone of Greece.”. The evangelist describes the position not to satisfy the curiosity of geographers, but to pave the way for another prophetic reference. Leaving Nazareth — Namely, when they had rejected his word, and even attempted to kill him, as is described Luke 4:29: he came and dwelt in Capernaum, upon the sea-coast — “Capernaum is nowhere mentioned in the Old Testament, either by its own name or by any other. There would be no difficulty in this history, were it not that there is some appearance, as if Matthew had put a wrong meaning on the quotation from the prophet. The text in Isaiah 9:1 ,2 , where the words are, Nevertheless the dimness shall not be such as was in her vexation, when at the first he lightly afflicted the land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali, and afterward did more grievously afflict her by the way of the sea, beyond Jordan, in Galilee of the nations. Now, we know that the kingdom of Christ is spiritual, and, therefore, the light of salvation which it brings, and all the assistance which we derive from it, must correspond to its nature. And leaving Nazareth, He came and dwelt in Capernaum, which is upon the seacoast in the regions of Zebulun and Naphtali, ASV. According to the historian, Josephus, it did not belong to Herod, the tetrarch, who sent the baptist to confinement, but to Philip, the tetrarch, his brother. It is a promise to perseverance, especially to such perseverance as is joined with fortitude. Came and dwelt, or having come he settled. chap. 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