John 13:27 Commentary - Garner-Howes Baptist Commentary
1) "And after the sop," (kai meta to psomion) "And after the morsel or sop," had been given to Judas Iscariot, as the sign Jesus had given to John to identify the traitor of the twelve.
2) "Satan entered into him," (tote eiselthen eis ekeinon ho satanas) "At that point Satan entered into that one," into Judas Iscariot. Satan had already suggested the deed to the heart of Judas, as recounted Joh 13:2. Satan entered or took full control or obsession of him, Act 5:3; Rev 20:10.
3) "Then said Jesus unto him," (legei oun auto lesous) "Then Jesus said directly and personally to him," after having previously warned him, Pro 29:1.
4) "That thou doest, do quickly." (ho poieis poieson tachion) "What you do, do quickly," with haste, without delay. The time for any further appeal for repentance was past. Our Lord simply said go on to your fixed goal, your chosen course, your long planned contract against me, Mar 14:10-11.
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Garner-Howes Baptist Commentary
The Garner-Howes Baptist Commentary of the Whole Bible was originally published as a 23-volume set by Albert Garner (principal author) along with J. C. Howes, G.F. Crumley, and Eugene Garner in 1985. The Blessed Hope Foundation has released this digital edition into the public domain.