Jesus was hungry, but full of the Spirit. They had been burning animals as a gift for God. . 7. three years--a long enough trial for a fig tree, and so denoting probably just a sufficient period of culture for spiritual fruit. 6-9. fig tree--Israel, as the visible witness of God in the world, but generally all within the pale of the visible Church of God; a familiar figure (compare Isaiah 5:1-7 John 15:1-8 , &c.). There were present at that season. 26, 27. Section 84. He said, "Seek the narrow door. 12, 13. said . Luke 13:10-17 Christ healeth a woman that had been long bowed together, and putteth the hypocritical ruler of the synagogue to silence. But he shall say, No nearness of external communion with Christ will avail at the great day, in place of that holiness without which no man shall see the Lord. 13. Luke 4:1-13 contains a description of the forty days of temptation Jesus experienced in the wilderness. Surely we are not to be denied admittance? But, Shall I be one of them? Luke 13:6-9 The parable of the fig tree that was ordered to be cut down for being fruitless. The greatest of men were accountable to God, therefore it became him to call this proud king by his own name; but it is not an example for us. The placement fits perfectly in the narrative as it immediately follows the genealogy of Jesus and precedes the beginning of ministry of Jesus. 11. spirit of infirmity--Compare Luke 13:17 , "whom Satan hath bound." All rights reserved. parable of "the Leaven" sets forth, perhaps, rather the inward growth of the kingdom, while "the Mustard Seed" seems to point chiefly to the outward. (23-30) Christ's reproof to Herod, and to the people of Jerusalem. At any rate, they gave Him an opportunity of speaking to them about their own souls. Also. Luke 16:1 identifies that Jesus is speaking to His disciples, but there is a suggestion that His audience is mixed—disciples and Pharisees. came and sought fruit--a heart turned to God; the fruits of righteousness; compare Matthew 21:33 Matthew 21:34 , and Isaiah 5:2 , "He looked that it should bring forth fruit"; He has a right to it, and will require it. Those that would enter in, must strive to enter. . Article Images Copyright © 2021 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. About this time that party would be at its height, and if Pilate caused this detachment of them to be waylaid and put to death as they were offering their sacrifices at one of the festivals, that would be "mingling their blood with their sacrifices" [GROTIUS, WEBSTER and WILKINSON, but doubted by DE WETTE, MEYER, ALFORD, &c.]. 28, 29. Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling? Ian Mackervoy. 31. and depart hence--and "go forward," push on. This parable of the barren fig-tree is intended to enforce the warning given just before: the barren tree, except it brings forth fruit, will be cut down. 32. that fox--that crafty, cruel enemy of God's innocent servants. This tragical story is briefly related here, and is not met with in any historians. . Yet it is, without doubt, for awakening all that enjoy the means of grace, and the privileges of the visible church. This passage divides into two parts, verses 1-5 and verses 6-9. Commentary on Luke 13:10-17 (Read Luke 13:10-17) Our Lord Jesus attended upon public worship on the sabbaths. How terrible their punishment will be (Luke 13:28): There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth, the utmost degree of grief and indignation and that which is the cause of it, and contributes to it, is a sight of the happiness of those that are saved: You shall see the patriarchs and prophets in the kingdom of God, and yourselves thrust out. Luke 13. Even bodily infirmities, unless very grievous, should not keep us from public worship on sabbath days. The Application Of Luke 13. He, like my father, was a school teacher, or at least he had been one. I know, said our Lord, that I must die very shortly; when I die, I shall be perfected, I shall have completed my undertaking. Come and be healed on one of those days and not on the Sabbath.' Luke and Acts appear to have been written at about the same time, the gospel of Luke first, then Acts. eaten and drunk, &c.--We have sat with Thee at the same table. Luke: The Man Christ Jesus. 1 Now there were some present at that time who told Jesus about the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mixed with their sacrifices. . Lord, Lord--emphatic reduplication, expressive of the earnestness now felt, but too late. He was on His way out of Perea, east of Jordan, and in Herod's dominions, "journeying towards Jerusalem" ( Luke 13:22). We'll send you an email with steps on how to reset your password. taught in our streets--Do we not remember listening in our own streets to Thy teaching? Jesus answers by asking if the men were sinners. said unto them--the multitude; taking no notice of the man or his question, save as furnishing the occasion of a solemn warning not to trifle with so momentous a matter as "salvation.". The supposed allusion to the duration of our Lord's ministry is precarious. On these accounts Christ founded a call to repentance. From this it is probable, though not certain, that her protracted infirmity was the effect of some milder form of possession; yet she was "a daughter of Abraham," in the same gracious sense, no doubt, as Zaccheus, after his conversion, was "a son of Abraham" ( Luke 19:9 ). Pilate sent some soldiers to kill them. 1 At that time, some people were with Jesus. 2 Jesus answered, “Do you think that these Galileans were worse sinners than all the other Galileans because they suffered this way? 24. An EasyEnglish Bible Version and Commentary (2800 word vocabulary) on Luke 1:1 to 4:13. www.easyenglish.bible. Let us in our requests, both for others and for ourselves, come to our heavenly Father, confiding in his power and goodness. Lesson 54: How to Approach God (Luke 11:5-13) Related Media. THE PARABLE OF THE BARREN FIG TREE. 14 And the ruler of the synagogue answered with indignation, because that Jesus had healed on the sabbath day, and said unto the people, There are six days in which men ought to work: in them therefore come and be healed, and not on the sabbath day. News of this being brought to our Lord, to draw out His views of such, and whether it was not a judgment of Heaven, He simply points them to the practical view of the matter: "These men are not signal examples of divine vengeance, as ye suppose; but every impenitent sinner--ye yourselves, except ye repent--shall be like monuments of the judgment of Heaven, and in a more awful sense." Repent or Perish. mingled with their sacrifices. See the notes on Luk 9:51, and Luk 12:58 (note), and see the Preface. Copyright © 2021, Bible Study Tools. They were said to have taken a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. This is directed to each of us; it is, Strive ye. The text can be broken down into two parts: the parable (verses 1–8) and the application (verses 9–13). Strive--The word signifies to "contend" as for the mastery, to "struggle," expressive of the difficulty of being saved, as if one would have to force his way in. Luke 13:6. (6-9) The infirm woman strengthened. Galileans--possibly the followers of Judas of Galilee, who, some twenty years before this, taught that Jews should not pay tribute to the Romans, and of whom we learn, from Acts 5:37 , that he drew after him a multitude of followers, who on his being slain were all dispersed. Luke Chapter 13. Luke 13:1 There were present at that season some that told him of the Galilaeans, whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices. We were grateful to catch a ride with a very interesting fellow. Words in boxes are from the Bible. Our Lord saw through both of them, and sends the cunning ruler a message couched in dignified and befitting irony. A messenger at a photo lab was leaving a building one day when his beeper went off. 1-3. ", 23. God will never allow us to be tempted beyond our ability to resist (1 Corinthians 10:13). 13 And he laid his hands on her: and immediately she was made straight, and glorified God. 4, 5. tower in Siloam--probably one of the towers of the city wall, near the pool of Siloam. Go tell him I neither fly from him nor fear him, but Jerusalem is the prophets' slaughter-house.". Luke 13:2 And Jesus answering said unto them, Suppose ye that these Galilaeans were sinners above all the Galilaeans, because they suffered such things? Strive to enter in at the strait gate. And at once she straightened up, and she glorified God. Luke 13 (in 140 characters or less). She had gotten used to looking at people out of the corner of her eye, by looking up and sideways. and laid--both at once. . The wickedness of persons and places which more than others profess religion and relation to God, especially displeases and grieves the Lord Jesus. 13. There are some differences in the words of the Lord's prayer in Matthew and in Luke, but they are of no moment. (10-17) The parables of the mustard seed, and leaven. The fact that Luke the physician noted that afterward… He was hungry is important. He would simply be placed alongside a tro… As no place or employment can secure from the stroke of death, we should consider the sudden removals of others as warnings to ourselves. Luke 13:23. luk 13:23 Not, What shall become of such and such? THE TEMPTATION OF JESUS. cut it down--indignant language. J.C. Ryle . . There were present at that season some that told him of the Galileans, whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices. vineyard--a spot selected for its fertility, separated from the surrounding fields, and cultivated with special care, with a view solely to fruit. He does not say, I preach the Gospel--that would have made little impression upon Herod--in the light of the merciful character of Christ's actions the malice of Herod's snares is laid bare [BENGEL]. Luke 13:22. luk 13:22. May grace grow in our hearts; may our faith and love grow exceedingly, so as to give undoubted evidence of their reality. From the skills which he had developed in the classroom, he had moved into the world of industry. He then broadens the topic by saying that everyone who does … 1 There were present at that season some that told him of the Galilaeans, whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices. In Christ's reply he spoke of another event, which, like it, gave an instance of people taken away by sudden death. I treat them in sequence, but we will see that they relate closely to one another. This woman came to Christ to be taught, and to get good to her soul, and then he relieved her bodily infirmity. I shall be perfected--I finish my course, I attain completion. 15 But the Lord answered him and said, 'Hypocrites! to-day, to-morrow, the third day--remarkable language expressive of successive steps of His work yet remaining, the calm deliberateness with which He meant to go through with them, one after another, to the last, unmoved by Herod's threat, yet the rapid march with which they were now hastening to completion. . THE LESSON, "REPENT OR PERISH," SUGGESTED BY TWO RECENT INCIDENTS, AND ILLUSTRATED BY THE PARABLE OF THE BARREN FIG TREE. Haunted by guilty fears, probably, Herod wanted to get rid of Him from our Lord's answer, to have sent these Pharisees, under pretense of a friendly hint, to persuade Him that the sooner He got beyond Herod's jurisdiction the better it would be for His own safety. Combined, they make a 2-volume work addressed to “Theophilus” (1:3; Acts 1:1 see Background and Setting), giving a sweeping history of the founding of Christianity, from the birth of Christ to Paul’s imprisonment under house arrest in Rome (Acts 28:30-31). WOMAN OF EIGHTEEN YEAR'S INFIRMITY HEALED ON THE SABBATH. 24:13-35; p. 1429 The Living Word: When we study the Scriptures and hear them taught and explained, we should respond with deep feelings of gratitude, especially as they reveal the living Christ. 2 Jesus answered, “Do you think that these Galileans were worse sinners than all the other Galileans because they suffered this way? Jesus was beginning to starve to death. 16. ought not, &c.--How gloriously the Lord vindicates the superior claims of this woman, in consideration of the sadness and long duration of her suffering, and of her dignity notwithstanding, as an heir of the promise! Woman . (Compare Luke 22:37 ). Commentary on Luke 11:5-13 (Read Luke 11:5-13) Christ encourages fervency and constancy in prayer. The same Jesus that bids us repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand, bids us repent, for otherwise we shall perish. Journeying toward Jerusalem - Luke represents all that is said, from Luk 9:51, as having been done and spoken while Christ was on his last journey to Jerusalem. Even bodily infirmities, unless very grievous, should not keep us from public worship on sabbath days. 3 I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. Watch our overview video on the book of Luke, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. Repent or Perish. and shall not be able--because it must be made a life-and-death struggle. Like leaven - See this explained, Mat 13:33 (note). 25. master of the house is risen up and hath shut to the door--awfully sublime and vivid picture! luk 13:21. Nor does it yield much satisfaction to understand the "three measures of meal" of that threefold division of our nature into "spirit, soul, and body," (alluded to in 1 Thessalonians 5:23 ) or of the threefold partition of the world among the three sons of Noah ( Genesis 10:32 ), as some do. . The motives of those who told our Lord of the event we are left to conjecture. He also spoke this parable: "A certain man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard, and he came seeking fruit on it and found none. Here is the progress of the gospel foretold in two parables, as in Matthew 13. Jesus said, "Repent or you will perish." dig, &c.--loosen the earth about it and enrich it with manure; pointing to changes of method in the divine treatment of the impenitent, in order to freshen spiritual culture. And Jesus answering said unto them, Suppose you that these Galileans were sinners above all the Galileans, because they suffered such things? But this is to have an end, by the great Master of the house Himself rising and shutting the door, after which there will be no admittance. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. 33. it cannot be that a prophet, &c.--"It would never do that," &c.--awful severity of satire this upon "the bloody city!" "He seeks to kill me, does he? Not here. Luke 13:1. 14 But the president of the synagogue was indignant because Jesus had healed on the Sabbath, and he addressed all those present saying, 'There are six days when work is to be done. LUKE 13:6-9. He healed a woman on the Sabbath. ii. Luke; Principle #51; Lk. Luke 13:18,19 He likens the progress of the gospel to a grain of mustard seed, Luke 13:20-22 and to leaven. for many . 8. he answering, &c.--Christ, as Intercessor, loath to see it cut down so long as there was any hope (see Luke 13:34 ). (See Matthew 8:11 Matthew 8:12 ). This woman came to Christ to be taught, and to get good to her soul, and then he relieved her bodily infirmity. This parable in the first place refers to the nation and people of the Jews. 3 I tell you, no! 18-21. mustard seed . (18-22) Exhortation to enter at the strait gate. Oh that we may be all awakened by them! Luke 13:1-9 . The message instructed him to pick up a package at an unfamiliar company with a 12-syllable, tongue-twisting name. The murder of the Galilæans is an event of which we know nothing certain. "The Savior does not mean to say they shall perish in a similar, but that they shall perish in the same manner, namely, through the cruelty of the Romans . Luke 13:10-17 . This time it’s loudly and pointedly. It is good for us to look upon the time we have before us as but little, that we may thereby be quickened to do the work of the day in its day. When God has borne long, we may hope that he will bear with us yet a little longer, but we cannot expect that he will bear always. The kingdom of the Messiah is the kingdom of God. It being a woman's work to knead, it seems a refinement to say that "the woman" here represents the Church, as the instrument of depositing the leaven. His new job was to “get rid of trouble-makers,” but in a way that would not violate any laws or arouse the anger of the unions. Luke 13:1-5 . Luke 13 starts with Jesus receiving news about Pontius Pilate killing a group of people from Galilee. After such a long fast, renewed hunger often points to a critical need for food. Luke 4:1-13 EXEGESIS: LUKE 4:1-13. 2 And Jesus answering said unto them, Suppose ye that these Galilaeans were sinners above all the Galilaeans, because they suffered such things? May the example of God's saints be blessed to those among whom they live; and may his grace flow from heart to heart, until the little one becomes a thousand. He said, "But, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish." Mention was made to Christ of the death of some Galileans. 13:1 Pilate was the head of the Roman government in Jerusalem. Our Saviour came to guide men's consciences, not to gratify their curiosity. . 9. if . Luke 13:19 "It is like a grain of mustard seed, which a man took, and cast into his garden; and it grew, and waxed a great tree; and the fowls of the air lodged in the branches of it." Matthew Henry’s Bible Commentary (concise), Matthew Henry Bible Commentary (complete), California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. Luke 13:3; Luke 13:5. 27. 14. with indignation--not so much at the sabbath violation as at the glorification of Christ. cumbereth--not only doing no good, but wasting ground. fruit, well--Genuine repentance, however late, avails to save ( Luke 23:42 Luke 23:43 ). Ah! Luke inserts a genealogy between the two stories, perhaps modeling his account after Exodus 6, which inserts a genealogy between Moses’ call and ministry (Craddock, Preaching…, 139). Repent or Perish! Christ exhorts to repentance from the case of the Galileans and others. Behold, I cast out devils and I do cures--that is, "Plot on and ply thy wiles; I also have My plans; My works of mercy are nearing completion, but some yet remain; I have work for to-day and to-morrow too, and the third day; by that time I shall be where his jurisdiction reaches not; the guilt of My blood shall not lie at his door; that dark deed is reserved for others." (31-35). i. All that will be saved, must enter in at the strait gate, must undergo a change of the whole man. This cure represents the work of Christ's grace upon the soul. will seek--"desire," that is, with a mere wish or slothful endeavor. Proud member (Compare Matthew 21:15 ) [TRENCH]. . 6 He spoke this parable. 13 Now there were some present at that time who told Jesus about the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mixed with their sacrifices. He cautioned his hearers not to blame great sufferers, as if they were therefore to be accounted great sinners. The judgment of the great day will convince unbelievers; but let us learn thankfully to welcome, and to profit by all who come in the name of the Lord, to call us to partake of his great salvation. Towers, that are built for safety, often prove to be men's destruction. of He bade His informants look within, and think of their own state before God. Ask not, How many shall be saved? Luke 13:6 Commentaries: And He began telling this parable: "A man had a fig tree which had been planted in his vineyard; and he came looking for fruit on it and did not find any. When I was growing up, my father and I hitchhiked to Portland, Oregon, where we hoped to buy a used pickup, cheap. Then Jesus told this parable: “A man had a fig tree that was planted in his vineyard. I must go on to Jerusalem." Our Lord Jesus attended upon public worship on the sabbaths. Luke chapter 13 KJV (King James Version) 1 There were present at that season some that told him of the Galilaeans, whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices.. 2 And Jesus answering said unto them, Suppose ye that these Galilaeans were sinners above all the Galilaeans, because they suffered such things?. Christ knew that this ruler had a real enmity to him and to his gospel, and that he did but cloak it with a pretended zeal for the sabbath day; he really would not have them be healed any day; but if Jesus speaks the word, and puts forth his healing power, sinners are set free. In Matthew (3:13 – 4:11) and Mark (1:9-13), the temptation immediately follows Jesus’ baptism. Observe the style which Christ intimates that He will then assume, that of absolute Disposer of men's eternal destinies, and contrast it with His "despised and rejected" condition at that time. Of its fall nothing is known. Christ, in calling Herod a fox, gave him his true character. They told him what happened to some people from Galilee. . But, What shall I do, and what will become of me? Haunted by guilty fears, probably, Herod wanted to get rid of Him from our Lord's answer, to have sent these Pharisees, under pretense of a friendly hint, to persuade Him that the sooner He got beyond Herod's jurisdiction the better it would be for His own safety. . 13 and he laid his hands on her. Posted on 19 Apr 2013 to 27,618 followers, with 17 retweets. At present he is represented as in a sitting posture, as if calmly looking on to see who will "strive," while entrance is practicable, and who will merely "seek" to enter in. © 2021 Christianity.com. This deliverance is often wrought on the Lord's day; and whatever labour tends to put men in the way of receiving the blessing, agrees with the design of that day. See on the similar passage ( Matthew 7:22 Matthew 7:23 ). 7 "Then he said to the keeper of his vineyard, 'Look, for three years I have come seeking fruit on this fig tree and find none. A Galilean preacher … Continue reading "Commentary on Luke 13:10-17" Here are awakening considerations, to enforce this exhortation. Luke 13 Stop doing wrong things or die. And when crooked souls are made straight, they will show it by glorifying God. Tragedies du Jour (13:1-5) The passage refers to two events that were probably familiar … Continue reading "Commentary on Luke 13:1-9" Salem Media Group. “It is like a grain of mustard seed, which a man took, and cast into his garden”: Palestinian mustard plants are large shrubs, sometimes up to 15 feet high, certainly large enough for birds to lodge in. I must be out of Herod's jurisdiction for that. Luke 13:24 "Strive to enter through the narrow door; for many, I tell you, will seek to enter and will not be able. 7 He said to the vine dresser, ‘Behold, these three years I have come looking for fruit on this fig tree, and found none. Answer: The Parable of the Unjust Steward can be found in Luke 16:1–13. It yields more real satisfaction to see in this brief parable just the all-penetrating and assimilating quality of the Gospel, by virtue of which it will yet mould all institutions and tribes of men, and exhibit over the whole earth one "Kingdom of our Lord and of His Christ. All Rights Reserved. “A certain man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard, and he came seeking fruit on it, and found none. Luke 13:3 I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. But let none despond either as to themselves or others, for there are last who shall be first, and first who shall be last. On this particular Sabbath, there was a special excitement at the synagogue, where she regularly went to worship. Among the innumerable multitude of people, ( Luke 12:1 ) that were then hearing the above discourses and sayings of Christ: some that told him of the Galileans, whose blood Pilate had. 3 I tell you, noBut unless you repent, you too will all perish. He went to look for fruit on it, but did not find any. He was on His way out of Perea, east of Jordan, and in Herod's dominions, "journeying towards Jerusalem" ( Luke 13:22 ). Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. said to the people--"Not daring directly to find fault with the Lord, he seeks circuitously to reach Him through the people, who were more under his influence, and whom he feared less" [TRENCH]. (1-5) Parable of the barren fig-tree. The Birth of Jesus and the Beginning of his Work. The reference here to the impending destruction of Jerusalem is far from exhausting our Lord's weighty words; they manifestly point to a "perdition" of a more awful kind--future, personal, remediless. Lord, &c.--one of those curious questions by talking of which some flatter themselves they are religious. after that, &c.--The final perdition of such as, after the utmost limits of reasonable forbearance, are found fruitless, will be pre-eminently and confessedly just ( Proverbs 1:24-31 , Ezekiel 24:13 ). This commentary has been through Advanced Checking.. After eighteen years, she could hardly remember any other way of seeing the world. strait gate--another figure of the same. If we reach heaven, we shall meet many there whom we little thought to meet, and miss many whom we expected to find. They answer the question, Are there few that shall be saved? Luke 13. Related Media progress of the city wall, near the pool of Siloam bade informants! 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