John 9:36 Commentary - Garner-Howes Baptist Commentary
1) "He answered and said," (apekrithe ekemos kai eipen) "That one (then) replied and said," inquiring earnestly, desiring to know Him.
2) "Who is he Lord," (kai tis estin kurie) "And who is he master, or Lord?" Tell me who He is, master. Like the Eunuch, he wanted to know more about the Savior, who was "wounded for our transgression and bruised for our iniquities," etc. Isa 53:4-7; Act 8:27-39.
3) "That I might believe on him?" (hina pisteuso eis auton) "In order that I may believe into or trust him;-Just tell me, he appealed. He was an honest seeker of the Savior, for his sins, willing to believe. And he sought Him while He might be found, while He was near, Isa 55:6-7; Joh 7:17.
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Garner-Howes Baptist Commentary
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