Robertson's Word Pictures of the New TestamentMark 16:6
- Be not amazed (mh ektambeiste).
- The angel noted their amazement (verse 5) and urges the cessation of it using this very word.
- The Nazarene (ton Nazarhnon).
- Only in Mark, to identify "Jesus" to the women.
- The crucified one (ton estaurwmenon).
- This also in Matthew 28:5. This description of his shame has become his crown of glory, for Paul ( 6:14), and for all who look to the Crucified and Risen Christ as Saviour and Lord. He is risen (hgerth). First aorist passive indicative, the simple fact. In 1 Corinthians 15:4 Paul uses the perfect passive indicative eghgertai to emphasize the permanent state that Jesus remains risen.
- Behold the place (ide o topov).
- Here ide is used as an interjection with no effect on the case (nominative). In Matthew 28:6 idete is the verb with the accusative. See Robertson, Grammar, p. 302.