Robertson's Word Pictures of the New TestamentActs 10:42
- He charged (parhggeilen).
- First aorist active indicative as in 1:4. There Jesus is the subject and so probably here, though Page insists that o teov (God) is here because of verse 40.
- To testify (diamarturastai).
- First aorist middle infinitive. See on 2:40.
- Ordained (wrismenov).
- Perfect passive participle of orizw, old verb, to mark out, to limit, to make a horizon.
- Judge (krithv).
- The same point made by Peter in 1 Peter 4:5. He does not use the word "Messiah" to these Gentiles though he did say "anointed" (exrisen) in verse 38. Peter's claim for Jesus is that he is the Judge of Jew and Gentile (living and dead).