The New John Gill Exposition of the Entire BibleLuke 10:26
What is written in the law?
&c.] Christ, with great
propriety, sends him to the law, to see and observe what was written
there, what are the terms and conditions of life, as fixed there;
partly, because this man, by his office and character, was an
interpreter of the law; and partly, because his question was, what
shall I do?
how readest thou?
in the law, every day; referring to the "Keriat
Shema", the reading of the Shema, i.e. those words in (Deuteronomy 6:4) , &c,
"Hear, O Israelů" morning and evening F9 as appears by his answer
F9 Vid. Misn. Beracot, c. 1. sect. 1, 2.