The New John Gill Exposition of the Entire BibleLuke 12:10
And whosoever shall speak a word against the son of man,
it shall be forgiven him…
These words, though introduced by
Luke among the sayings of Christ, recorded in Matt. 10 yet were said
by Christ, on occasion of the Pharisees, ascribing his works to
diabolical influence and assistance, (See Gill on 12:32)
but unto him that blasphemeth against the Holy Ghost;
Pharisees did, by charging the miracles of Christ with being done by
the help of the devil, when they were wrought by the finger of the
it shall not be forgiven.
The Ethiopic version adds at the close
of this verse, as in Matthew, "neither in this world, nor in that
which is to come".