They looked unto him, and were radiant: and their faces were not ashamed.
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Augustine of Hippo
9. I have said who was the exhorter, namely, that lover who would not alone embrace what he loveth, and saith, "Approach unto Him, and be ye lightened" (ver. 5). For he saith what he himself proved. For some spiritual person in the Body of Christ, or even our Lord Jesus Christ Himself according to the flesh, the Head exhorting His Own Members, saith; what? "Approach unto Him, and be ye lightened." Or rather some spiritual Christian inviteth us to approach to our Lord Jesus Christ Himself. But let us approach to Him and be lightened; not as the Jews approached to Him, that they might be darkened; for they approached to Him that they might crucify Him: let us approach to Him that we may receive His Body and Blood. They by Him crucified were darkened; we by eating and drinking The Crucified are lightened. "Approach unto Him, and be ye lightened." Lo, this is said to the Gentiles. Christ was crucified amid the Jews raging and seeing; the Gentiles were absent; lo, they have approached who w...
Come, "by faith and good works. "(St. Jerome)
Enlightened. Hebrew also, "flow together. "(St. Jerome)
You need not be afraid of impoverishing him. (Calmet)
The points would require, (Berthier) "They looked. And were lightened, (Protestants) or flowed unto him. "(Marginal note) (Haydock)
But the Septuagint, knew nothing of them, and Houbigant agrees with our version. (Berthier)
And. Here v comes in its proper place, though for only half of the verse. (Haydock) ...