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Luke 23:41

Nothing amiss (ouden atopon). Nothing out of place (a privative, topov, place). Old word, three times in the N.T. (Luke 23:44; Acts 28:6; II Thessalonians 3:2). This can only mean that this robber accepts the claims of Jesus to be true. He is dying for claiming to be Messiah, as he is.




Other Robertson's Word Pictures (NT) entries containing Luke 23:41:

Mark 15:32
Luke 16:25
Luke 23:39
Acts 25:5
Romans 1:27

 

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