1 Peter 2:23

Who, when he was reviled, reviled not again; when he suffered, he threatened not; but committed himself to him that judges righteously:
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Christ, who was incapable of sinning, did not revile Ver. 23. Judicanti se injustè. In the present Greek we read dikaios, justè, as also some Latin Fathers read. St. Augustine, (tract. 21. in Joan.) Commend bat autem judicanti justè; and so the sense is, that he commanded and committed his cause to God, the just judge of all.

Ignatius of Antioch

AD 108
For say ye to those that hate you, Ye are our brethren, that the name of the Lord may be glorified. And let us imitate the Lord, "who, when He was reviled, reviled not again ; ". when He was crucified, He answered not; "when He suffered, He threatened not ; "

Irenaeus of Lyons

AD 202
This he does not utter to those alone who wish to hear: Do not err, . he book of the Father, or to behold Him, with the exception of the Lamb who was slain, and who redeemed us with His own blood, receiving power over all things from the same God who made all things by the Word, and adorned them by

The Apostolic Constitutions

AD 375
On the contrary, "when Himself was stricken, He did not strike again; when He was reviled, He reviled not again; when He suffered, He threatened not."

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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