9 Do you still not understand? Don't you remember the five loaves for the five thousand, and how many basketfuls you gathered?

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Matthew 16:9

Commentary on Matthew 16:5-12

(Read Matthew 16:5-12)

Christ speaks of spiritual things under a similitude, and the disciples misunderstand him of carnal things. He took it ill that they should think him as thoughtful about bread as they were; that they should be so little acquainted with his way of preaching. Then understood they what he meant. Christ teaches by the Spirit of wisdom in the heart, opening the understanding to the Spirit of revelation in the word.

10 Or the seven loaves for the four thousand, and how many basketfuls you gathered?

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Matthew 16:10

Commentary on Matthew 16:5-12

(Read Matthew 16:5-12)

Christ speaks of spiritual things under a similitude, and the disciples misunderstand him of carnal things. He took it ill that they should think him as thoughtful about bread as they were; that they should be so little acquainted with his way of preaching. Then understood they what he meant. Christ teaches by the Spirit of wisdom in the heart, opening the understanding to the Spirit of revelation in the word.