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Lukas 6:20-21

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6:20 Then 1  he looked up 2  at his disciples and said:

“Blessed 3  are you who are poor, 4  for the kingdom of God belongs 5  to you.

6:21 “Blessed are you who hunger 6  now, for you will be satisfied. 7 

“Blessed are you who weep now, for you will laugh. 8 

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[6:20]  1 tn Here καί (kai) has been translated as “then” to indicate the implied sequence of events within the narrative.

[6:20]  2 tn Grk “lifting up his eyes” (an idiom). The participle ἐπάρας (epara") has been translated as a finite verb due to requirements of contemporary English style.

[6:20]  3 sn The term Blessed introduces the first of several beatitudes promising blessing to those whom God cares for. They serve as an invitation to come into the grace God offers.

[6:20]  4 sn You who are poor is a reference to the “pious poor” for whom God especially cares. See Ps 14:6; 22:24; 25:16; 34:6; 40:17; 69:29.

[6:20]  5 sn The present tense (belongs) here is significant. Jesus makes the kingdom and its blessings currently available. This phrase is unlike the others in the list with the possessive pronoun being emphasized. Jesus was saying, in effect, “the kingdom belongs even now to people like you.”

[6:21]  6 sn You who hunger are people like the poor Jesus has already mentioned. The term has OT roots both in conjunction with the poor (Isa 32:6-7; 58:6-7, 9-10; Ezek 18:7, 16) or by itself (Ps 37:16-19; 107:9).

[6:21]  7 sn The promise you will be satisfied is the first of several “reversals” noted in these promises. The beatitudes and the reversals that accompany them serve in the sermon as an invitation to enter into God’s care, because one can know God cares for those who turn to him.

[6:21]  8 sn You will laugh alludes to the joy that comes to God’s people in the salvation to come.



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