Mark 1:43

And he sternly charged him, and immediately sent him away;
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Cornelius a Lapide

AD 1637
And He strictly charged him. The Gr. Isaiah , And having threatened him, he straightway sent him out. He severely commanded him with threats to conceal the miracle of healing which He had just wrought; and therefore He dismissed him, and sent him away from Him, that it might not be known that He had cured him of his leprosy; and that this might afford us an example of avoiding the applause of men. ...

Ephrem The Syrian

AD 373
“‘If you are willing, you can cleanse me.’ So he stretched out his hand.” In this stretching out of his hand he seemed to be abrogating the law. For [it is written] in the law that whoever approaches a leper becomes impure…. He showed that nature was good in that he repaired its defect. Because he sent him to the priests, he thereby upheld the priesthood. He also ordered him to make an offering for his cleansing. Did he not thus uphold the law, as Moses had commanded? There were many prescriptions concerning leprosy. But they were unable to procure any benefit. Then the Messiah came, and, with his word, bestowed healing and abolished these many precepts which the law had reckoned should exist for leprosy. Commentary on Tatian’s Diatessaron. ...

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

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