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Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible

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And the prophet foretold it, Isa. It is there foretold that in the days of the messiah good tidings should be preached. If we take spell in its more proper signification for a charm carmen , and take that in a good sense, for what is moving and affecting, which is apt lenire dolorem—to calm the spirits , or to raise them in admiration or love, as that which is very amiable we call charming, it is applicable to the gospel; for in it the charmer charmeth wisely , though to deaf adders , Ps.

Nor one would think can any charms be so powerful as those of the beauty and love of our Redeemer. The whole New Testament is the gospel. Paul calls it his gospel, because he was one of the preachers of it.

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Oh that we may each of us make it ours by our cordial acceptance of it and subjection to it! But the four books which contain the history of the Redeemer we commonly call the four gospels , and the inspired penmen of them evangelists , or gospel-writers ; not, however, very properly, because that title belongs to a particular order of ministers, that were assistants to the apostles Eph.

It was requisite that the doctrine of Christ should be interwoven with, and founded upon, the narrative of his birth, life, miracles, death, and resurrection; for then it appears in its clearest and strongest light.

As in nature, so in grace, the most happy discoveries are those which take rise from the certain representations of matters of fact. Natural history is the best philosophy; and so is the sacred history, both of the Old and New Testament, the most proper and grateful vehicle of sacred truth.

These four gospels were early and constantly received by the primitive church, and read in Christian assemblies, as appears by the writings of Justin Martyr and Irenaeus, who lived little more than a hundred years after the ascension of Christ; they declared that neither more nor fewer than four were received by the church.

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A Harmony of these four evangelists was compiled by Tatian about that time, which he called, To dia tessaron — The Gospel out of the four. In the third and fourth centuries there were gospels forged by divers sects, and published, one under the name of St. Peter, another of St. Thomas, another of St. Philip, etc.

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But they were never owned by the church, nor was any credit given to them, as the learned Dr. Whitby shows. And he gives this good reason why we should adhere to these written records, because, whatever the pretences of tradition may be, it is not sufficient to preserve things with any certainty, as appears by experience.