42 [a]But woe be to you, Pharisees: for ye [b]tithe the mint and the rue, and [c]all manner herbs, and pass over [d]judgment and the love of God: these ought ye to have done, and not to have left the other undone.

43 (A)[e]Woe be to you, Pharisees: for ye love the uppermost seats in the Synagogues, and greetings in the markets.

44 [f]Woe be to you, Scribes and Pharisees hypocrites: (B)for ye are as graves which appear not, and the men that walk over them, perceive not.

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Footnotes

  1. Luke 11:42 It is the propense of hypocrites, to stand stoutly for little trifles, and let pass greater matters.
  2. Luke 11:42 You decide by God’s Law that the tenth part is due to be paid.
  3. Luke 11:42 Of all kind of herbs some, as Augustine expoundeth it in his Enchiridion to Laurence, chap. 99, where he showeth in like sort how that place of Paul, 1 Tim. 2:4, God will have all men to be saved, is to be expoundeth after the same manner.
  4. Luke 11:42 That is to say, that that is right and reason to do: for this word, Judgment, containeth the commandments of the second table, and the other words, The love of God, contain the first.
  5. Luke 11:43 Hypocrisy and ambition are commonly joined together.
  6. Luke 11:44 Hypocrites deceive men with an outward show.
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