Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 1473

Word info for ἐγώ

Root: ἐγώ
Strongs Number: 1473
Transliteration: [ego]
Phonetics: eg·o
Etymology: A primary pronoun of the first person I (only expressed when emphatic)
Parts of Speech: pron.
Twot:
Sense: I, me, my (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:


   1 I, me, my.
   

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G1473

ἡμῶν, μου, μοι, Ἐγὼ, ἡμῖν, ἐμοῦ, ἐγὼ, ἡμᾶς, με, ἡμεῖς, ἐμοὶ, ἐμὲ, ἐμοί, ἐγώ, ἐμέ, ἡμᾶς», Ἐγώ, ἡμῖν〉, ἐμέ›, Ἡμεῖς, μού, ⧼ἡμῶν, ‹μου›, Ἡμῖν, Ἐμοὶ, μοί, ‹ἡμῶν›, (ἡμῶν), Ἡμῶν, [ἡμῶν], {Ἐγώ, ‹ἐγὼ›

All words for strongs number G1473 :

Word Occurance
μου 355
ἡμῶν 314
με 190
μοι 166
ἐγὼ 165
ἡμῖν 129
ἡμᾶς 115
ἡμεῖς 93
ἐμοῦ 64
ἐμοὶ 40
ἐμὲ 37
ἐγώ 35
Ἐγὼ 35
Ἐγώ 22
ἐμέ 18
Ἡμεῖς 15
ἐμοί 14
Ἐμοὶ 7
μού 6
‹ἡμῶν› 4
[ἡμῶν] 2
μοί 2
Ἡμῖν 2
ἡμᾶς» 2
‹μου› 2
⧼ἡμῶν 1
ἐμέ› 1
(ἡμῶν) 1
Ἡμῶν 1
ἡμῖν〉 1
{Ἐγώ 1
‹ἐγὼ› 1

How strongs number G1473 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
me 430
of me 310
of us 253
i 249
us 218
we 115
to me 96
to us 59
my 31
for us 14
for me 10
i [am] 8
our 6
with me 5
of mine 5
ours 2
of my 2
in me 2
from us 2
on me 2
i [will] 1
us [as] 1
mine 1
by me 1
[is] our 1
we ourselves 1
of us [is] 1
i [too] 1
of our 1
mine [is] 1
[is it] to me 1
unto us 1
[is] of us 1
than i 1
my [are] 1
i am 1
me [there is] 1
with us 1
on us 1
but i 1
of our life 1
with ours 1

Two strong number together

G1473 G2532
G1473 G3303
G1473 G3303

Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 5:22 But I say unto you [εγω δε λεγω υμιν]
Jesus thus assumes a tone of superiority over the Mosaic regulations and proves it in each of the six examples. He goes further than the Law into the very heart. [source]
Matthew 8:7 I will come and heal him [εγω ελτων τεραπευσω αυτον]
Future indicative, not deliberative subjunctive in question (McNeile). The word here for heal Luke (Luke 9:11), like a physician, says that Jesus healed Matthew represents the centurion himself as speaking to Jesus while Luke has it that two committees from the centurion brought the messages, apparently a more detailed narrative. What one does through others he does himself as Pilate “scourged Jesus” (had him scourged). [source]
Matthew 8:9 For I also am a man under authority [και γαρ εγω αντρωπος υπο εχουσιαν]
“Also” is in the text, though the και — kai here may mean “even,” even I in my subordinate position have soldiers under me. As a military man he had learned obedience to his superiors and so expected obedience to his commands, instant obedience (aorist imperatives and aoristic present indicatives). Hence his faith in Christ‘s power over the illness of the boy even without coming. Jesus had only to speak with a word (Matthew 8:8), say the word, and it would be done. [source]
Matthew 25:27 I should have received back [εγω εκομισαμην αν]
Conclusion of a condition of the second class (determined as unfulfilled). The condition is not expressed, but it is implied. “If you had done that.” [source]
Matthew 26:22 Is it I, Lord? [μητι εγω ειμι Κυριε]
The negative expects the answer No and was natural for all save Judas. But he had to bluff it out by the same form of question (Matthew 26:25). The answer of Jesus, [source]
Matthew 26:33 I will never be offended [εγω ουδεποτε σκανδαλιστησομαι]
“Made to stumble,” not “offended.” Volitive future passive indicative. Peter ignored the prophecy of the resurrection of Jesus and the promised meeting in Galilee (Matthew 26:32). The quotation from Zechariah 13:7 made no impression on him. He was intent on showing that he was superior to “all” the rest. Judas had turned traitor and all were weak, Peter in particular, little as he knew it. So Jesus has to make it plainer by pointing out “this night” as the time (Matthew 26:34). [source]
Matthew 28:20 I am with you [εγω μετα υμων]
This is the amazing and blessed promise. He is to be with the disciples when he is gone, with all the disciples, with all knowledge, with all power, with them all the days (all sorts of days, weakness, sorrows, joy, power), till the consummation of the age That goal is in the future and unknown to the disciples. This blessed hope is not designed as a sedative to an inactive mind and complacent conscience, but an incentive to the fullest endeavor to press on to the farthest limits of the world that all the nations may know Christ and the power of his Risen Life. So Matthew‘s Gospel closes in a blaze of glory. Christ is conqueror in prospect and in fact. Christian history from that eventful experience on the Mountain in Galilee has been the fulfilment of that promise in as far as we allow God‘s power to work in us for the winning of the world to Christ, the Risen, all powerful Redeemer, who is with his people all the time. Jesus employs the prophetic present here He is with us all the days till he comes in glory. [source]
Mark 10:38 Or be baptized with the baptism that I am baptized with [η το βαπτισμα ο εγω βαπτιζομαι βαπτιστηναι]
Cognate accusative with both passive verbs. Matthew 20:22 has only the cup, but Mark has both the cup and the baptism, both referring to death. Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane will refer to his death again as “the cup” (Mark 14:36; Matthew 26:39; Luke 22:42). He had already used baptism as a figure for his death (Luke 12:50). Paul will use it several times (1 Corinthians 15:29; Romans 6:3-6; Colossians 2:12). [source]
Mark 14:29 Yet will not I [αλλ ουκ εγω]
Mark records here Peter‘s boast of loyalty even though all desert him. All the Gospels tell it. See discussion on Matthew 26:33. [source]
Mark 14:36 Not what I will [ου τι εγω τελω]
Matthew has “as” We see the humanity of Jesus in its fulness both in the Temptations and in Gethsemane, but without sin each time. And this was the severest of all the temptations, to draw back from the Cross. The victory over self brought surrender to the Father‘s will. [source]
Luke 8:46 For I perceived that power had gone forth from me [εγω γαρ εγνων δυναμιν εχεληλυτυιαν απ εμου]
Εγνων — Egnōn is second aorist active indicative of γινωσκω — ginōskō knowledge by personal experience as here. It is followed by the second perfect active participle εχεληλυτυιαν — exelēluthuian in indirect discourse (Robertson, Grammar, pp. 1040-42). Jesus felt the sensation of power already gone. Who does not know what this sense of “goneness” or exhaustion of nervous energy means? [source]
Luke 11:19 And if I by Beelzebub [ει δε εγω εν εεζεβουλ]
Also a condition of the first class, determined as fulfilled. A Greek condition deals only with the statement, not with the actual facts. For sake of argument, Jesus here assumes that he casts out demons by Beelzebub. The conclusion is a reductio ad absurdum. The Jewish exorcists practiced incantations against demons (Acts 19:13). [source]
Luke 15:17 I perish [εγω δε λιμωι ωδε απολλυμαι]
Every word here counts: While I on the other hand am here perishing with hunger. It is the linear present middle of απολλυμι — apollumi Note εγω — egō expressed and δε — de of contrast. [source]
Luke 22:27 But I [Εγω δε]
Jesus dares to cite his own conduct, though their leader, to prove his point and to put a stop to their jealous contention for the chief place at this very feast, a wrangling that kept up till Jesus had to arise and give them the object lesson of humility by washing their feet (John 13:1-20). [source]
John 4:14 That I shall give him [ου εγω δωσω αυτωι]
Relative ου — hou attracted to the case (genitive) of the antecedent Future active indicative of διδωμι — didōmi Shall never thirst The double negative ου μη — ou mē is used with either the future indicative as here or the aorist subjunctive, the strongest possible negative. See both constructions “Spring (or fountain) of water leaping (bubbling up) unto life eternal.” Present middle participle of αλλομαι — hallomai old verb, in N.T. only here and Acts 3:8; Acts 14:10. The woman‘s curiosity is keenly excited about this new kind of water. [source]
John 4:26 I that speak unto thee am he [Εγω ειμι ο λαλων σοι]
“I am he, the one speaking to thee.” In plain language Jesus now declares that he is the Messiah as he does to the blind man (John 9:37). [source]
John 4:38 I sent [εγω απεστειλα]
Emphatic use of εγω — egō and first aorist active indicative of αποστελλω — apostellō common in John for to send. Whereon ye have not laboured Perfect active indicative of κοπιαω — kopiaō for which see John 4:6. So also κεκοπιακασιν — kekopiakasin in next line. The disciples had done no sowing here in Sychar, only Jesus and the woman. Others And ye Emphatic contrast. Have entered Perfect active indicative of εισερχομαι — eiserchomai Into their labour Into the fruit and blessed results of their toil This is always true as seen in Acts 8:5-7, Acts 8:14. [source]
John 5:30 I [Εγω]
The discourse returns to the first person after using “the Son” since John 5:19. Here Jesus repeats in the first person (as in John 8:28) the statement made in John 5:19 about the Son. In John εμαυτου — emautou is used by Jesus 16 times and not at all by Jesus in the Synoptics. It occurs in the Synoptics only in Matthew 8:8; Luke 7:7. Righteous As all judgments should be. The reason is plain (οτι — hoti because), the guiding principle with the Son being the will of the Father who sent him and made him Judge. Judges often have difficulty in knowing what is law and what is right, but the Son‘s task as Judge is simple enough, the will of the Father which he knows (John 5:20). [source]
John 5:31 If I bear witness of myself [Εαν εγω μαρτυρω περι εμαυτου]
Condition of third class, undetermined with prospect of determination The emphasis is on εγω — egō (I alone with no other witness). Is not true In law the testimony of a witness is not received in his own case (Jewish, Greek, Roman law). See Deuteronomy 19:15 and the allusion to it by Jesus in Matthew 18:16. See also 2 Corinthians 13:1; 1 Timothy 5:19. And yet in John 8:12-19 Jesus claims that his witness concerning himself is true because the Father gives confirmation of his message. The Father and the Son are the two witnesses (John 8:17). It is a paradox and yet true. But here Jesus yields to the rabbinical demand for proof outside of himself. He has the witness of another (the Father, John 5:32, John 5:37), the witness of the Baptist (John 5:33), the witness of the works of Jesus (John 5:36), the witness of the Scriptures (John 5:39), the witness of Moses in particular (John 5:45). [source]
John 5:34 But the witness which I receive [Εγω δε ου την μαρτυριαν λαμβανω]
“But I do not receive the witness” simply from a man (like John). The εγω — egō (I) in sharp contrast with υμεις — humeis (ye) of John 5:33. Jesus complained of Nicodemus for not accepting his witness (John 3:11). Cf. also John 3:32. In 1 John 5:9 the witness of God is greater than that of men and this Jesus has. That ye may be saved Final clause with ινα — hina and first aorist passive subjunctive of σωζω — sōzō This was the purpose of Christ‘s coming, that the world might be saved (John 3:17). [source]
John 5:36 But the witness which I have is greater than that of John [Εγω δε εχω την μαρτυριαν μειζω του Ιωανου]
Literally, “But I have the witness greater than John‘s.” Μειζω — Meizō Final clause with ινα — hina and first aorist active subjunctive of τελειοω — teleioō the same idiom in John 4:34. Jesus felt keenly the task laid on him by the Father (cf. John 3:35) and claimed at the end that he had performed it (John 17:4; John 19:30). Jesus held that the highest form of faith did not require these “works” The very works “The works themselves,” repeating τα εργα — ta erga just before for vernacular emphasis. Hath sent me Perfect active indicative of αποστελλω — apostellō the permanence of the mission. Cf. John 3:17. The continuance of the witness is emphasized in John 5:32; John 8:18. [source]
John 6:35 I am the bread of life [Εγω ειμι ο αρτος της ζωης]
This sublime sentence was startling in the extreme to the crowd. Philo does compare the manna to the τειος λογος — theios logos in an allegorical sense, but this language is far removed from Philo‘s vagueness. In the Synoptics (Mark 14:22; Matthew 26:26; Luke 22:19) Jesus uses bread He is the bread of life in two senses: it has life in itself, the living bread (John 6:51), and it gives life to others like the water of life, the tree of life. John often has Jesus saying “I am” As also in John 6:41, John 6:48, John 6:51; John 8:12; John 10:7, John 10:9, John 10:11, John 10:14; John 11:25; John 14:6; John 15:1, John 15:5. He that cometh to me The first act of the soul in approaching Jesus. See also John 6:37. Shall not hunger Strong double negative ου με — ou me with first aorist (ingressive) active subjunctive, “shall not become hungry.” He that believeth on me The continuous relation of trust after coming like πιστευητε — pisteuēte (present tense) in John 6:29. See both verbs used together also in John 7:37. Shall never thirst So the old MSS. the future active indicative instead of the aorist subjunctive as above, an even stronger form of negation with πωποτε — pōpote (John 1:18) added. [source]
John 6:48 I am the bread of life [εγω ειμι ο αρτος της ζωης]
Jesus repeats the astounding words of John 6:35 after fuller explanation. The believer in Christ has eternal life because he gives himself to him. [source]
John 7:29 I know him [εγω οιδα αυτον]
In contrast to the ignorance of these people. See the same words in John 8:55 and the same claim in John 17:25; Matthew 11:27; Luke 10:22 (the Johannine aerolite). “These three words contain the unique claim of Jesus, which is pressed all through the chapters of controversy with the Jews” (Bernard). Jesus is the Interpreter of God to men (John 1:18). And he sent me First aorist active indicative of αποστελλω — apostellō the very verb used of Jesus when he sent forth the twelve (Matthew 10:5) and used by Jesus again of himself in John 17:3. He is the Father‘s Apostle to men. [source]
John 8:16 Yea and if I judge [και εαν κρινω δε εγω]
“And even if I pass judgment.” Condition of third class again. True (ale4thine4). See John 1:9 for αλητινος — alēthinos genuine, soundly based (cf. δικαια — dikaia in John 5:30), “satisfying our perfect conception” (Westcott), not merely true For I am not alone Jesus now takes up the technical criticism in John 8:13 after justifying his right to speak concerning himself. But I and the Father that sent me See John 16:32 for a like statement about the Father being with Christ. It is not certain that πατηρ — patēr is genuine here (omitted by Aleph D, but in B L W), but the Father is clearly meant as in John 7:18, John 7:33. Jesus gives the Father as the second witness. [source]
John 8:45 Because I speak the truth [εγω δε οτι την αλητειαν λεγω]
Proleptic emphatic position of εγω — egō “Truth is uncongenial to them” (Bernard). See John 3:19 for their picture. [source]
John 8:49 I have not a demon [εγω δαιμονιον ουκ εχω]
This Jesus says calmly, passing by the reference to the Samaritans as beneath notice. My Father As in John 2:16. He is not mad in claiming to honour God (cf. John 7:18). They were insulting the Father in insulting him (cf. John 5:23). On ατιμαζω — atimazō (α — a privative and τιμαω — timaō to dishonour) see Luke 20:11. [source]
John 8:50 But I seek not mine own glory [εγω δε ου ζητω την δοχαν μου]
As they did not seek the glory of God (John 5:44; John 8:4). And judgeth The Father judges between you and me, though the Son is the Judge of mankind (John 5:22). “It is only the δοχα — doxa (glory) that comes from God that is worth having” (Bernard). [source]
John 8:54 If I glorify myself [εαν εγω δοχασω εμαυτον]
Third-class condition with εαν — ean and first aorist active subjunctive (or future active indicative) of δοχαζω — doxazō It is my Father that glorifieth me The position and accent of εστιν — estin mean: “Actually my Father is the one,” etc. Of whom ye say The accusative of the person Your God So Aleph B D and apparently correct, though A C L W Delta Theta have ημων — hēmōn (our God). The οτι — hoti can be taken as recitative (direct quotation, ημων — hēmōn our) or declarative (indirect, that, and so υμων — humōn). The Jews claimed God as their peculiar national God as they had said in John 8:41. So Jesus turns this confession and claim against them. [source]
John 10:14 I am the good-shepherd [εγω ειμι ο ποιμην ο καλος]
Effective repetition. And mine own know me Jesus as the Good Shepherd knows his sheep by name as he had already said (John 10:3) and now repeats. Yes, and they know his voice (John 10:4), they have experimental knowledge (γινωσκω — ginōskō) of Jesus as their own Shepherd. Here (in this mutually reciprocal knowledge) lies the secret of their love and loyalty. [source]
John 10:11 I am the good shepherd [εγω ειμι ο ποιμην ο καλος]
Note repetition of the article, “the shepherd the good one.” Takes up the metaphor of John 10:2. Vulgate pastor bonus. Philo calls his good shepherd αγατος — agathos but καλος — kalos calls attention to the beauty in character and service like “good stewards” (1 Peter 4:10), “a good minister of Christ Jesus” (1 Timothy 4:6). Often both adjectives appear together in the ancient Greek as once in the New Testament (Luke 8:15). “Beauty is as beauty does.” That is καλος — kalos Layeth down his life for his sheep For illustration see 1 Samuel 17:35 (David‘s experience) and Isaiah 31:4. Dods quotes Xenophon (Mem. ii. 7, 14) who pictures even the sheep dog as saying to the sheep: “For I am the one that saves you also so that you are neither stolen by men nor seized by wolves.” Hippocrates has πσυχην κατετετο — psuchēn katetheto (he laid down his life, i.e. died). In Judges 12:3 ετηκα την πσυχην — ethēka tēn psuchēn means “I risked my life.” The true physician does this for his patient as the shepherd for his sheep. The use of υπερ — huper here (over, in behalf of, instead of), but in the papyri υπερ — huper is the usual preposition for substitution rather than αντι — anti This shepherd gives his life for the sin of the world (John 1:29; 1 John 2:2). [source]
John 11:25 I am the resurrection and the life [Εγω ειμι η αναστασις και η ζωη]
This reply is startling enough. They are not mere doctrines about future events, but present realities in Jesus himself. “The Resurrection is one manifestation of the Life: it is involved in the Life” (Westcott). Note the article with both αναστασις — anastasis and ζωη — zōē Jesus had taught the future resurrection often (John 6:39), but here he means more, even that Lazarus is now alive. Though he die “Even if he die,” condition (concession) of third class with και εαν — kai ean Yet shall he live Future middle of ζαω — zaō (spiritual life, of course). [source]
John 12:46 I am come a light [Εγω πως εληλυτα]
As in John 3:19; John 9:5; John 8:12; John 12:35. Final clause (negative) also here (ινα μη μεινηι — hina mē meinēi first aorist active subjunctive) as in John 12:35. Light dispels darkness. [source]
John 11:42 And I knew [εγω δε ηιδειν]
Past perfect of οιδα — oida used as imperfect. This confident knowledge is no new experience with Jesus. It has “always” Second perfect active (intransitive) articular participle of περιιστημι — periistēmi It was a picturesque and perilous scene. That they may believe Purpose clause with ινα — hina and first ingressive aorist active subjunctive of πιστευω — pisteuō “that they may come to believe.” That thou didst send me First aorist active indicative of αποστελλω — apostellō and note position of συ με — su me side by side. This claim Jesus had long ago made (John 5:36) and had repeatedly urged (John 10:25, John 10:38). Here was a supreme opportunity and Jesus opens his heart about it. [source]
John 13:7 I … thou [εγω συ]
Jesus repeats the pronouns used by Peter in similar contrast. Not now Just now γνωσηι δε μετα ταυτα — arti means (John 9:19, John 9:25). Used again by Jesus (John 13:33) and Peter (John 13:37). But thou shalt understand hereafter Future middle of οιδα — ginōskō (instead of the verb oida) to know by experience. “Thou shalt learn after these things,” even if slowly. [source]
John 13:14 If I then [ει ουν εγω]
Argumentative sense of ουν — oun (therefore). Condition of first class, assumed to be true, with first aorist active indicative of νιπτω — niptō “If I, being what I am, washed your feet” (as I did). Ye also ought The obligation rests on you a fortiori. Present active indicative of the old verb οπειλω — opheilō to owe a debt (Matthew 18:30). The mutual obligation is to do this or any other needed service. The widows who washed the saints‘ feet in 1 Timothy 5:10 did it “as an incident of their hospitable ministrations” (Bernard). Up to 1731 the Lord High Almoner in England washed the feet of poor saints (pedilavium) on Thursday before Easter, a custom that arose in the fourth century, and one still practised by the Pope of Rome. [source]
John 14:6 I am the way, and the truth, and the life [Εγω ειμι η οδος και η αλητεια και η ζωη]
Either of these statements is profound enough to stagger any one, but here all three together overwhelm Thomas. Jesus had called himself “the life” to Martha (John 11:25) and “the door” to the Pharisees (John 10:7) and “the light of the world” (John 8:12). He spoke “the way of God in truth” (Mark 12:14). He is the way to God and the only way (John 14:6), the personification of truth, the centre of life. Except by me There is no use for the Christian to wince at these words of Jesus. If he is really the Incarnate Son of God (John 1:1, John 1:14, John 1:18), they are necessarily true. [source]
John 15:16 But I chose you [αλλ εγω εχελεχαμην υμας]
First aorist middle indicative of εκλεγω — eklegō See this same verb and tense used for the choice of the disciples by Christ (John 6:70; John 13:18; John 15:19). Jesus recognizes his own responsibility in the choice after a night of prayer (Luke 6:13). So Paul was “a vessel of choice” Appointed First aorist active indicative Second aorist active subjunctive of διδωμι — didōmi with ινα — hina (purpose clause). Cf. John 14:13 for the same purpose and promise, but with ποιησω — poiēsō (I shall do). See also John 16:23, John 16:26. [source]
John 16:33 I have overcome the world [εγω νενικηκα τον κοσμον]
Perfect active indicative of τετελεσται — nikaō to be victorious, to conquer. Always of spiritual victory in the N.T. See 1 John 5:4. This majestic proclamation of victory over death may be compared with υπερνικωμεν — tetelestai (It is finished) in John 19:30 as Christ died and with Paul‘s hupernikōmen (we are more than conquerors) in Romans 8:37. [source]
John 17:4 I glorified thee on the earth [εγω σε εδοχασα επι της γης]
John 17:3 is parenthetical and so John 17:4 goes on after John 17:2. He had prayed for further glorification. Having accomplished First aorist active participle of τελειοω — teleioō old verb from τελειος — teleios (perfect). Used in John 4:34 by Jesus with το εργον — to ergon as here. That was Christ‘s “food” Christ does not die as a disappointed man, but as the successful messenger, apostle Perfect active indicative of διδωμι — didōmi regarded as a permanent task. [source]
John 17:9 I pray [εγω ερωτω]
Request, not question, as in John 16:23. Not for the world Now at this point in the prayer Christ means. In John 17:19 Jesus does pray for the world (for future believers) that it may believe (John 17:21). God loves the whole world (John 3:16). Christ died for sinners (Romans 5:8) and prayed for sinners (Luke 23:34) and intercedes for sinners (1 John 2:1.; Romans 8:34; Hebrews 7:25). For those whom A condensed and common Greek idiom for περι τουτων ους — peri toutōn hous with τουτων — toutōn (the demonstrative antecedent) omitted and the relative ους — hous attracted from the accusative ους — hous (object of δεδωκας — dedōkas) to the case (genitive) of the omitted antecedent. [source]
John 17:19 I sanctify myself [εγω αγιαζω εμαυτον]
To his holy ministry to which the Father “sanctified” That they themselves also may be sanctified in truth Purpose clause with ινα — hina and the periphrastic perfect passive subjunctive of αγιαζω — hagiazō (that they may remain sanctified). The act of Christ helps us, but by no means takes the place of personal consecration on the part of the believer. This high and holy prayer and act of Christ should shame any one who uses the livery of heaven to serve the devil in as does, alas, sometimes happen (2 Corinthians 11:13-15). [source]
John 18:26 Did not I see thee in the garden with him? [ουκ εγω σε ειδον εν τωι κηπωι μετ αυτου]
This staggering and sudden thrust expects an affirmative answer by the use of ουκ — ouk not μη — mē as in John 18:17, John 18:25, but Peter‘s previous denials with the knowledge that he was observed by a kinsman of Malchus whom he had tried to kill (John 18:10) drove him to the third flat denial that he knew Jesus, this time with cursing and swearing (Mark 14:71; Matthew 26:73). Peter was in dire peril now of arrest himself for attempt to kill. Straightway As in Matthew 26:74 while Luke has παραχρημα — parachrēma (Luke 22:60). Mark (Mark 14:68, Mark 14:72) speaks of two crowings as often happens when one cock crows. See Matthew 26:34 for αλεκτωρ — alektōr (cock). That was usually the close of the third watch of the night (Mark 13:35), about 3 a.m. Luke 22:61 notes that Jesus turned and looked on Peter probably as he passed from the rooms of Annas to the trial before Caiaphas and the Sanhedrin (the ecclesiastical court). See Mrs. Browning‘s beautiful sonnets on “The Look”. [source]
John 18:35 Am I a Jew? [μητι εγω Ιουδαιος ειμι]
Proud and fine scorn on Pilate‘s part at the idea that he had a personal interest in the question. Vehement negation implied. Cf. John 4:29 for μητι — mēti in a question. The gulf between Jew and Gentile yawns wide here. Nation For παρεδωκαν — paredōkan see John 18:30. What hast thou done? First aorist active indicative of ποιεω — poieō Blunt and curt question. “What didst thou do?” “What is thy real crime?” John‘s picture of this private interview between Pilate and Jesus is told with graphic power. [source]
Acts 7:7 Will I judge [κρινω εγω]
Future (accent on ω — ō) active indicative of κρινω — krinō and εγω — egō (I) expressed is emphatic. In this place (εν τωι τοπωι τουτωι — en tōi topōi toutōi). Quoted from Exodus 3:12 and referring to Sinai or Horeb, but Stephen applies it to the Promised Land. [source]
Acts 11:17 Who was I [εγω τις ημην]
Note order, “I, who was I.” “ [source]
Acts 15:19 My judgment is [εγω κρινω]
Note expression of εγω — egō I give my judgment. (Εγο χενσεο — Ego censeo). James sums up the case as President of the Conference in a masterly fashion and with that consummate wisdom for which he is noted. It amounts to a resolution for the adoption by the assembly as happened (Acts 15:33). That we trouble not Present active infinitive with μη — mē in an indirect command (Robertson, Grammar, p. 1046) of παρενοχλεω — parenochleō a common late verb, occurring here alone in the N.T. This double compound (παρα εν — paraενοχλεω — en) is from the old compound εν — enochleō (οχλος — en and παρα — ochlos crowd, annoyance) seen in Luke 6:18; Hebrews 12:15, and means to cause trouble beside (para) one or in a matter. This is the general point of James which he explains further concerning “those who are turning from the Gentiles unto God,” the very kind of people referred to in Amos. [source]
Acts 18:6 I am clean [καταρος εγω]
Pure from your blood. Repeats the claim made in previous sentence. Paul had done his duty. From henceforth (απο του νυν — apo tou nun). Turning point reached in Corinth. He will devote himself to the Gentiles, though Jews will be converted there also. Elsewhere as in Ephesus (Acts 19:1-10) and in Rome (Acts 28:23-28) Paul will preach also to Jews. [source]
Acts 18:10 Because I am with thee [διοτι εγω ειμι μετα σου]
Jesus had given this promise to all believers (Matthew 28:20) and here he renews it to Paul. This promise changes Paul‘s whole outlook. Jesus had spoken to Paul before, on the way to Damascus (Acts 9:4), in Jerusalem (Acts 22:17.), in Troas (Acts 16:9), in great crises of his life. He will hear him again (Acts 23:11; Acts 27:23). Paul knows the voice of Jesus. [source]
Acts 20:25 I know [εγω]
Emphasis on υμεις παντες — egō which is expressed. Ye all (οπσεστε — humeis pantes). In very emphatic position after the verb εν οις διηλτον — opsesthe (shall see) and the object (my face). Twice Paul will write from Rome (Philemon 2:24; Philemon 1:22) the hope of coming east again; but that is in the future, and here Paul is expressing his personal conviction and his fears. The Pastoral Epistles show Paul did come to Ephesus again (1 Timothy 1:3; 1 Timothy 3:14; 1 Timothy 4:13) and Troas (2 Timothy 4:13) and Miletus (2 Timothy 4:20). There need be no surprise that Paul‘s fears turned out otherwise. He had reason enough for them. Among whom I went about Apparently Paul here has in mind others beside the ministers. They represented the church in Ephesus and the whole region where Paul laboured. [source]
Acts 21:13 I am ready [Εγω ετοιμως εχω]
I hold (myself) in readiness (adverb, ετοιμως — hetoimōs). Same idiom in 2 Corinthians 12:14. [source]
Acts 21:39 I am [Εγω μεν ειμι]
In contrast with the wild guess of Lysias Paul uses μεν — men and δε — de He tells briefly who he is: [source]
Acts 22:3 I am a Jew [Εγω ειμι ανηρ Ιουδαιος]
Note use of Εγω — Egō for emphasis. Paul recounts his Jewish advantages or privileges with manifest pride as in Acts 26:4.; 2 Corinthians 11:22; Galatians 1:14; Philemon 3:4-7. [source]
Acts 22:21 I will send thee forth far hence unto the Gentiles [Εγω εις ετνη μακραν εχαποστελω σε]
Future active of the double This is a repetition by Jesus of the call given in Damascus through Ananias (Acts 9:15). Paul had up till now avoided the word Gentiles, but at last it had to come, “the fatal word” (Farrar). [source]
Acts 22:28 But I am a Roman born [Εγω δε και γεγεννημαι]
Perfect passive indicative of γενναω — gennaō The word “Roman” not in the Greek. Literally, “But I have been even born one,” (i.e. born a Roman citizen). There is calm and simple dignity in this reply and pardonable pride. Being a citizen of Tarsus (Acts 21:39) did not make Paul a Roman citizen. Tarsus was an urbs libera, not a colonia like Philippi. Some one of his ancestors (father, grandfather) obtained it perhaps as a reward for distinguished service. Paul‘s family was of good social position. “He was educated by the greatest of the Rabbis; he was at an early age entrusted by the Jewish authorities with an important commission; his nephew could gain ready access to the Roman tribune; he was treated as a person of consequence by Felix, Festus, Agrippa, and Julius” (Furneaux). [source]
Acts 25:18 Of such evil things as I supposed [ων εγω υπενοουν πονηρων]
Incorporation of the antecedent πονηρων — ponērōn into the relative clause and change of the case of the relative from the accusative α — ha object of υπενοουν — hupenooun to the genitive like πονηρων — ponērōn (Robertson, Grammar, p. 719). Note the imperfect active υπενοουν — hupenooun of υπονοεω — huponoeō to emphasize Festus‘s state of mind about Paul before the trial. This old verb only three times in the N.T. (here, Acts 13:25 which see; Acts 27:27). [source]
Acts 23:6 I am a Pharisee, a son of Pharisees [Εγω Παρισαιος ειμι υιος Παρισαιων]
This was strictly true as we know from his Epistles (Philemon 3:5). Touching the hope and resurrection of the dead I am called in question (περι ελπιδος και αναστασεως νεκρων κρινομαι — peri elpidos kai anastaseōs nekrōn krinomai). This was true also and this is the point that Paul mentions in Acts 24:21. His failure to mention again the fact that he was a Pharisee throws no discredit on Luke‘s report here. The chief point of difference between Pharisees and Sadducees was precisely this matter of the resurrection. And this was Paul‘s cardinal doctrine as a Christian minister. It was this fact that convinced him that Jesus was the Messiah and was “the very centre of his faith” (Page) and of his preaching. It was not a mere trick for Paul to proclaim this fact here and so divide the Sanhedrin. As a matter of fact, the Pharisees held aloof when the Sadducees persecuted Peter and the other apostles for preaching resurrection in the case of Jesus and even Gamaliel threw cold water on the effort to punish them for it (Acts 5:34-39). So then Paul was really recurring to the original cleavage on this point and was able to score a point against the Sadducees as Gamaliel, his great teacher, had done before him. Besides, “Paul and Pharisaism seem to us such opposite ideas that we often forget that to Paul Christianity was the natural development of Judaism” (Page). Paul shows this in Galatians 3; Romans 9-11. [source]
Acts 25:25 But I found [εγω δε κατελαβομην]
Second aorist middle of καταλαμβανω — katalambanō to lay hold of, to grasp, to comprehend as in Acts 4:13; Acts 10:34. [source]
Acts 26:9 I verily thought with myself [εγω μεν ουν εδοχα εμαυτωι]
Personal construction instead of the impersonal, a touch of the literary style. Paul‘s “egoism” is deceived as so often happens. [source]
Acts 26:29 Such as I am [τοιουτους οποιος και εγω ειμι]
Accusative τοιουτους — toioutous with the infinitive γενεσται — genesthai Paul uses these two qualitative pronouns instead of repeating the word “Christian.” [source]
Romans 7:9 But I died [εγω δε απετανον]
My seeming life was over for I was conscious of sin, of violation of law. I was dead before, but I did not know. Now I found out that I was spiritually dead. [source]
Romans 7:14 But I am carnal [εγω δε σαρκινος ειμι]
“Fleshen” as in 1 Corinthians 3:1 which see, more emphatic even than σαρκικος — sarkikos a creature of flesh.” Sold under sin (πεπραμενος υπο την αμαρτιαν — pepramenos hupo tēn hamartian). Perfect passive participle of πιπρασκω — pipraskō old verb, to sell. See note on Matthew 13:46 and note on Acts 2:45, state of completion. Sin has closed the mortgage and owns its slave. [source]
Romans 7:20 It is no more I that do it [ουκετι εγω κατεργαζομαι αυτο]
Just as in Romans 7:17, “no longer do I do it” (the real Εγο — Ego my better self), and yet there is responsibility and guilt for the struggle goes on. [source]
Romans 7:24 O wretched man that I am [ταλαιπωρος εγω αντρωπος]
“Wretched man I.” Old adjective from τλαω — tlaō to bear, and πωρος — pōros a callus. In N.T. only here and Revelation 3:17. “A heart-rending cry from the depths of despair” (Sanday and Headlam). [source]
Romans 7:25 So then I myself [αρα ουν αυτος εγω]
His whole self in his unregenerate state gives a divided service as he has already shown above. In 6:1-7:6 Paul proved the obligation to be sanctified. In 7:7-8:11 he discusses the possibility of sanctification, only for the renewed man by the help of the Holy Spirit. [source]
Romans 9:3 I myself [αυτος εγω]
Nominative with the infinitive ειναι — einai and agreeing with subject of ηυχομην — ēuchomēn [source]
Romans 11:1 For I also [και γαρ εγω]
Proof that not all the Jews have rejected Christ. See note on Philemon 3:5 for more of Paul‘s pedigree. [source]
Romans 11:19 That I might be grafted in [ινα εγω ενκεντριστω]
Purpose clause with ινα — hina and first aorist passive subjunctive. He shows contempt for the cast-off Jews. [source]
Romans 14:11 As I live [ζω εγω]
“I live.” The lxx here (Isa 45:23) has κατ εμαυτου ομννυω — kat' emautou omnnuō “I swear by myself.” [source]
Romans 15:14 I myself also [και αυτος εγω]
See note on Romans 7:25 for a like emphasis on himself, here in contrast with “ye yourselves” The argument of the Epistle has been completed both in the main line (chapters 1-8) and the further applications (9:1-15:13). Here begins the Epilogue, the personal matters of importance. [source]
Romans 16:4 Not only I [ουκ εγω μονος]
Rather, “not I alone” (adjective μονος — monos). The Gentile churches also (great mission workers). [source]
Romans 16:22 I Tertius [εγω Τερτιος]
The amanuensis to whom Paul dictated the letter. See note on 2 Thessalonians 3:17; 1 Corinthians 16:21; Colossians 4:18. [source]
1 Corinthians 1:12 And I of Christ [εγω δε Χριστου]
Still a fourth faction in recoil from the partisan use of Paul, Apollos, Cephas, with “a spiritually proud utterance” (Ellicott) that assumes a relation to Christ not true of the others. “Those who used this cry arrogated the common watchword as their peculium ” (Findlay). This partisan use of the name of Christ may have been made in the name of unity against the other three factions, but it merely added another party to those existing. In scouting the names of the other leaders they lowered the name and rank of Christ to their level. [source]
1 Corinthians 3:6 I planted [εγω επυτευσα]
First aorist active indicative of old verb πυτευω — phuteuō This Paul did as Luke tells us in Acts 18:1-18. [source]
1 Corinthians 5:3 For I verily [εγω μεν γαρ]
Emphatic statement of Paul‘s own attitude of indignation, εγω — egō in contrast with υμεις — humeis He justifies his demand for the expulsion of the man. [source]
1 Corinthians 6:12 But I will not be brought under the power of any [αλλ ουκ εγω εχουσιαστησομαι υπο τινος]
Perhaps a conscious play on the verb εχεστιν — exestin for εχουσιαζω — exousiazō is from εχουσια — exousia and that from εχεστιν — exestin Verb from Aristotle on, though not common (Dion. of Hal., lxx and inscriptions). In N.T. only here, 1 Corinthians 7:4; Luke 22:25. Paul is determined not to be a slave to anything harmless in itself. He will maintain his self-control. He gives a wholesome hint to those who talk so much about personal liberty. [source]
1 Corinthians 7:10 Not I, but the Lord [ουκ εγω αλλα ο κυριος]
Paul had no commands from Jesus to the unmarried (men or women), but Jesus had spoken to the married (husbands and wives) as in Matthew 5:31.; Matthew 19:3-12; Mark 10:9-12; Luke 16:18. The Master had spoken plain words about divorce. Paul reenforces his own inspired command by the command of Jesus. In Mark 10:9 we have from Christ: “What therefore God joined together let not man put asunder” (μη χοριζετω — mē chorizetō). [source]
1 Corinthians 7:12 But to the rest say I, not the Lord [τοις δε λοιποις λεγω εγω ουχ ο Κυριος]
Paul has no word about marriage from Jesus beyond the problem of divorce. This is no disclaimer of inspiration. He simply means that here he is not quoting a command of Jesus. [source]
1 Corinthians 7:28 And I would spare you [εγω δε υμων πειδομαι]
Possibly conative present middle indicative, I am trying to spare you like αγει — agei in Romans 2:4 and δικαιουστε — dikaiousthe in Galatians 5:4. [source]
2 Corinthians 1:23 But I call God for a witness upon my soul [Εγω δε μαρτυρα τον τεον επικαλουμαι επι την εμην πσυχην]
Solemn attestation, “calling heaven to witness is frequent in literature from Homer onwards” (Plummer). Thus God is described above (cf. 1 Thessalonians 2:5, 1 Thessalonians 2:10; Romans 1:9; Galatians 1:20; Philemon 1:8). [source]
2 Corinthians 10:1 Now I Paul myself [Αυτος δε εγω Παυλος]
Cf. Galatians 5:2. Paul now turns to the third part of the epistle in chapters 10-13 in which he vigorously defends himself against the accusations of the stubborn minority of Judaizers in Corinth. Great ministers of Christ through the ages have had to pass through fiery trials like these. Paul has shown the way for us all. He speaks of himself now plainly, but under compulsion, as is clear. It may be that at this point he took the pen from the amanuensis and wrote himself as in Galatians 6:11. [source]
2 Corinthians 12:11 For I ought to have been commended by you [εγω γαρ ωπειλον υπ υμων συνιστασται]
Explanation of “ye compelled me.” Imperfect active ωπειλον — ōpheilon of οπειλω — opheilō to be under obligation, and the tense here expresses an unfulfilled obligation about the present. But συνιστασται — sunistasthai is present passive infinitive, not aorist or perfect passive. He literally means, “I ought now to be commended by you” instead of having to glorify myself. He repeats his boast already made (2 Corinthians 11:5.), that he is no whit behind “the super-extra apostles” (the Judaizers), “though I am nothing” Even boasting himself against those false apostles causes a reaction of feeling that he has to express (cf. 1 Corinthians 15:9; 1 Timothy 1:15.). [source]
2 Corinthians 12:16 I did not myself burden you [εγω ου κατεβαρησα υμας]
First aorist active of late verb καταβαρεω — katabareō to press a burden down on one. Only here in N.T. [source]
Galatians 2:19 I through the law died to the law [εγω δια νομου νομωι απετανον]
Paradoxical, but true. See note on Romans 7:4, note on Romans 7:6 for picture of how the law waked Paul up to his real death to the law through Christ. [source]
Galatians 2:20 No longer I [ουκετι εγω]
So complete has become Paul‘s identification with Christ that his separate personality is merged into that of Christ. This language helps one to understand the victorious cry in Romans 7:25. It is the union of the vine and the branch (John 15:1-6). Which is in the Son of God (τηι του υιου του τεου — tēi tou huiou tou theou). The objective genitive, not the faith of the Son of God. For me Paul has the closest personal feeling toward Christ. “He appropriates to himself, as Chrysostom observes, the love which belongs equally to the whole world. For Christ is indeed the personal friend of each man individually” (Lightfoot). [source]
Galatians 4:12 Be as I am [γινεστε ως εγω]
Present middle imperative, “Keep on becoming as I am.” He will not give them over, afraid though he is. [source]
Galatians 5:2 I Paul [εγω Παυλος]
Asserts all his personal and apostolic authority. For both words see also 1 Thessalonians 2:16; 2 Corinthians 10:1; Colossians 1:23; Ephesians 3:1. [source]
Ephesians 5:32 But I speak [εγω δε λεγω]
“Now I mean.” Cf. 1 Corinthians 7:29; 1 Corinthians 15:50. In regard of Christ and of the church (εις Χριστον και εισ την εκκλησιαν — eis Christon kai ̣eiš tēn ekklēsian). “With reference to Christ and the church.” That is all that εις — eis here means. [source]
1 Thessalonians 2:18 we desired to come to you. I Paul [εγω μεν Παυλος]
Clear example of literary plural ητελεσαμεν — ēthelesamen with singular pronoun εγω — egō Paul uses his own name elsewhere also as in 2 Corinthians 10:1; Galatians 5:2; Colossians 1:23; Ephesians 3:1; Philemon 1:19. Once and again (και απαχ και δις — kai hapax kai dis). Both once and twice as in Philemon 4:16. Old idiom in Plato. And Satan hindered us Adversative use of και — kaî but or and yet. First aorist active indicative of ενκοπτω — enkoptō late word to cut in, to hinder. Milligan quotes papyrus example of third century, b.c. Verb used to cut in a road, to make a road impassable. So Paul charges Satan with cutting in on his path. Used by Paul in Acts 24:4; Galatians 5:7 and passive ενεκοπτομην — enekoptomēn in Romans 15:22; 1 Peter 3:7. This hindrance may have been illness, opposition of the Jews in Corinth, what not. [source]
1 Timothy 1:11 Which was committed to my trust [ο επιστευτην εγω]
“with which (ο — ho accusative retained with first aorist passive verb επιστευτην — episteuthēn) I was entrusted.” [source]
1 Timothy 2:7 I was appointed [ετετην εγω]
First aorist passive indicative of τιτημι — tithēmi Preacher and apostle (κηρυχ και αποστολος — kērux kai apostolos). In 2 Timothy 1:10 Paul adds διδασκαλος — didaskalos (herald, apostle, teacher) as he does here with emphasis. In Colossians 1:23. he has διακονος — diakonos (minister). He frequently uses κηρυσσω — kērussō of himself (1 Corinthians 1:23; 1 Corinthians 9:27; Galatians 2:2; Romans 10:8.). I speak the truth, I lie not A Pauline touch (Romans 9:1). Cf. Galatians 1:20; 2 Corinthians 11:31. Here alone he calls himself “a teacher of the Gentiles,” elsewhere apostle (Romans 11:13), minister (Romans 15:16), prisoner (Ephesians 3:1). [source]
Titus 1:5 As I gave thee charge [ως εγω σοι διεταχαμην]
First aorist (constative) middle imperative of διατασσω — diatassō clear reference to previous personal details given to Titus on previous occasions. [source]
Philemon 1:19 I will repay it [εγω αποτισω]
Future active indicative of αποτινω — apotinō (αποτιω — apotiō) to pay back, to pay off. The more usual word was αποδωσω — apodōsō This is Paul‘s promissory note. Deissmann (Light, etc., p. 331) notes how many of the papyri are concerning debts. [source]
Philemon 1:20 Let me have joy of thee [εγω σου οναιμην]
Second aorist middle optative of ονινημι — oninēmi old verb, only here in N.T. Optative the regular construction for a wish about the future. “May I get profit from thee in the Lord.” [source]
Hebrews 2:13 I will put my trust in him [Εγω εσομαι πεποιτως επ αυτωι]
A rare periphrastic (intransitive) future perfect of πειτω — peithō a quotation from Isaiah 8:17. The author represents the Messiah as putting his trust in God as other men do (cf. Hebrews 12:2). Certainly Jesus did this constantly. The third quotation (και παλιν — kai palin And again) is from Isaiah 8:18 (the next verse), but the Messiah shows himself closely linked with the children (παιδια — paidia) of God, the sons (υιοι — huioi) of Hebrews 2:10. [source]
2 John 1:1 I [Εγω]
Though ο πρεσβυτερος — ho presbuteros is third person, he passes at once after the Greek idiom to the first and there is also special emphasis here in the use of αγαπω — agapō with the addition of εν αλητειαι — en alētheiāi (in truth, in the highest sphere, as in John 17:19; 3 John 1:1) and ουκ εγω μονος — ouk egō monos (not I only, “not I alone”). Brooke argues that this language is unsuitable if to a single family and not to a church. But Paul employs this very phrase in sending greetings to Prisca and Aquila (Romans 16:4). [source]
Revelation 1:9 1 John [Εγω Ιωανης]
So Revelation 22:8. In apocalyptic literature the personality of the writer is always prominent to guarantee the visions (Daniel 8:1; Daniel 10:2). [source]
Revelation 1:17 I am the first and the last [εγω ειμι ο πρωτος και ο εσχατος]
Used in Isaiah 44:6; Isaiah 48:12 of God, but here, Revelation 2:8; Revelation 22:13 of Christ.And the Living One (και ο ζων — kai ho zōn). Present active articular participle of ζαω — zaō another epithet of God common in the O.T. (Deuteronomy 32:40; Isaiah 49:18, etc.) and applied purposely to Jesus, with which see John 5:26 for Christ‘s own words about it. [source]
Revelation 17:7 I will tell thee the mystery [εγω ερω σοι το μυστηριον]
The angel gives his interpretation of the woman and the beast (Revelation 17:7-18). Ερω — Erō is the future active of ειπον — eipon (defective verb), to tell, to say. [source]
Revelation 21:6 I am the Alpha and the Omega [Εγω το Αλπα και το Ο]
God is the bountiful Giver (James 1:5, James 1:17) of the Water of Life. See Revelation 7:17; Revelation 22:1, Revelation 22:17 for this metaphor, which is based on Isaiah 55:1. It is God‘s own promise For this partitive use of εκ — ek see Matthew 25:8, without εκ — ek Revelation 2:17.Freely See Matthew 10:8; John 4:10; Romans 3:24; Acts 8:20; Revelation 22:17. [source]
Revelation 22:13 I am the Alpha and the Omega [Εγω το Αλπα και το Ο]
Applied to God in Revelation 1:8; Revelation 21:6, and here alone to Christ, crowning proof in this book of Christ‘s deity. So in Revelation 21:6 God is termed, as Christ is here, η αρχη και το τελος — hē archē kai to telos (the beginning and the end), while ο πρωτος και ο εσχατος — ho prōtos kai ho eschatos (the first and the last) is applied only to Christ (Revelation 1:17; Revelation 2:8). Solemn assurance is thus given that Christ is qualified to be the Judge of Revelation 22:12 (cf. Matt 25:31-46). In Hebrews 12:2 Jesus is the αρχηγος και τελειωτης της πιστεως — archēgos kai teleiōtēs tēs pisteōs (the author and finisher of faith). Christ was the Creator of the universe for the Father. So now he is the Consummation of redemption. [source]
Revelation 22:16 I Jesus [Εγω Ιησους]
The last and most solemn attestation to the book that from Jesus (the historic Jesus known to the churches), in harmony with Revelation 1:1. [source]
Revelation 22:16 I am the root and the offspring of David [Εγω ειμι η ριζα και το γενος Δαυειδ]
See Revelation 5:5 for “the root of David,” to which John now adds το γενος — to genos in the sense of “offspring” (Acts 17:28.), not of family or race (Acts 4:6; Acts 7:13). Cf. Matthew 22:42-45.The bright, the morning star (ο αστηρ ο λαμπρος ο πρωινος — ho astēr ho lampros ho prōinos). The Davidic King is called a star in Numbers 24:17; Luke 1:78. This “day-star” (πωσπορος — phōsphoros) is interpreted as Christ (2 Peter 1:19). In Revelation 2:28 the phrase “the morning star” occurs in Christ‘s words, which is here interpreted. Christ is the Light that was coming into the world (John 1:9; John 8:12). [source]
Revelation 22:18 I testify [Εγω μαρτυρω]
Commentators disagree keenly about the words in Revelation 22:18, Revelation 22:19. Charles rejects them as an interpolation and out of harmony with the rest of the book. Beckwith takes them to be John‘s own warning, drawn from Deuteronomy 4:2 “to every man that heareth” Swete properly holds these verses to be from Jesus himself, still bearing solemn witness to this book, with warning against wilful perversion of its teachings. [source]

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Luke 15:17 I perish [εγω δε λιμωι ωδε απολλυμαι]
Every word here counts: While I on the other hand am here perishing with hunger. It is the linear present middle of απολλυμι — apollumi Note εγω — egō expressed and δε — de of contrast. [source]
John 15:16 But I chose you [αλλ εγω εχελεχαμην υμας]
First aorist middle indicative of εκλεγω — eklegō See this same verb and tense used for the choice of the disciples by Christ (John 6:70; John 13:18; John 15:19). Jesus recognizes his own responsibility in the choice after a night of prayer (Luke 6:13). So Paul was “a vessel of choice” Appointed First aorist active indicative Second aorist active subjunctive of διδωμι — didōmi with ινα — hina (purpose clause). Cf. John 14:13 for the same purpose and promise, but with ποιησω — poiēsō (I shall do). See also John 16:23, John 16:26. [source]
John 4:38 I sent [εγω απεστειλα]
Emphatic use of εγω — egō and first aorist active indicative of αποστελλω — apostellō common in John for to send. Whereon ye have not laboured Perfect active indicative of κοπιαω — kopiaō for which see John 4:6. So also κεκοπιακασιν — kekopiakasin in next line. The disciples had done no sowing here in Sychar, only Jesus and the woman. Others And ye Emphatic contrast. Have entered Perfect active indicative of εισερχομαι — eiserchomai Into their labour Into the fruit and blessed results of their toil This is always true as seen in Acts 8:5-7, Acts 8:14. [source]
John 5:34 But the witness which I receive [Εγω δε ου την μαρτυριαν λαμβανω]
“But I do not receive the witness” simply from a man (like John). The εγω — egō (I) in sharp contrast with υμεις — humeis (ye) of John 5:33. Jesus complained of Nicodemus for not accepting his witness (John 3:11). Cf. also John 3:32. In 1 John 5:9 the witness of God is greater than that of men and this Jesus has. That ye may be saved Final clause with ινα — hina and first aorist passive subjunctive of σωζω — sōzō This was the purpose of Christ‘s coming, that the world might be saved (John 3:17). [source]
John 8:45 Because I speak the truth [εγω δε οτι την αλητειαν λεγω]
Proleptic emphatic position of εγω — egō “Truth is uncongenial to them” (Bernard). See John 3:19 for their picture. [source]
John 5:31 If I bear witness of myself [Εαν εγω μαρτυρω περι εμαυτου]
Condition of third class, undetermined with prospect of determination The emphasis is on εγω — egō (I alone with no other witness). Is not true In law the testimony of a witness is not received in his own case (Jewish, Greek, Roman law). See Deuteronomy 19:15 and the allusion to it by Jesus in Matthew 18:16. See also 2 Corinthians 13:1; 1 Timothy 5:19. And yet in John 8:12-19 Jesus claims that his witness concerning himself is true because the Father gives confirmation of his message. The Father and the Son are the two witnesses (John 8:17). It is a paradox and yet true. But here Jesus yields to the rabbinical demand for proof outside of himself. He has the witness of another (the Father, John 5:32, John 5:37), the witness of the Baptist (John 5:33), the witness of the works of Jesus (John 5:36), the witness of the Scriptures (John 5:39), the witness of Moses in particular (John 5:45). [source]
Acts 22:3 I am a Jew [Εγω ειμι ανηρ Ιουδαιος]
Note use of Εγω — Egō for emphasis. Paul recounts his Jewish advantages or privileges with manifest pride as in Acts 26:4.; 2 Corinthians 11:22; Galatians 1:14; Philemon 3:4-7. [source]
Acts 15:19 My judgment is [εγω κρινω]
Note expression of εγω — egō I give my judgment. (Εγο χενσεο — Ego censeo). James sums up the case as President of the Conference in a masterly fashion and with that consummate wisdom for which he is noted. It amounts to a resolution for the adoption by the assembly as happened (Acts 15:33). That we trouble not Present active infinitive with μη — mē in an indirect command (Robertson, Grammar, p. 1046) of παρενοχλεω — parenochleō a common late verb, occurring here alone in the N.T. This double compound (παρα εν — paraενοχλεω — en) is from the old compound εν — enochleō (οχλος — en and παρα — ochlos crowd, annoyance) seen in Luke 6:18; Hebrews 12:15, and means to cause trouble beside (para) one or in a matter. This is the general point of James which he explains further concerning “those who are turning from the Gentiles unto God,” the very kind of people referred to in Amos. [source]
Acts 7:7 Will I judge [κρινω εγω]
Future (accent on ω — ō) active indicative of κρινω — krinō and εγω — egō (I) expressed is emphatic. In this place (εν τωι τοπωι τουτωι — en tōi topōi toutōi). Quoted from Exodus 3:12 and referring to Sinai or Horeb, but Stephen applies it to the Promised Land. [source]
1 Corinthians 5:3 For I verily [εγω μεν γαρ]
Emphatic statement of Paul‘s own attitude of indignation, εγω — egō in contrast with υμεις — humeis He justifies his demand for the expulsion of the man. [source]
1 Thessalonians 2:18 we desired to come to you. I Paul [εγω μεν Παυλος]
Clear example of literary plural ητελεσαμεν — ēthelesamen with singular pronoun εγω — egō Paul uses his own name elsewhere also as in 2 Corinthians 10:1; Galatians 5:2; Colossians 1:23; Ephesians 3:1; Philemon 1:19. Once and again (και απαχ και δις — kai hapax kai dis). Both once and twice as in Philemon 4:16. Old idiom in Plato. And Satan hindered us Adversative use of και — kaî but or and yet. First aorist active indicative of ενκοπτω — enkoptō late word to cut in, to hinder. Milligan quotes papyrus example of third century, b.c. Verb used to cut in a road, to make a road impassable. So Paul charges Satan with cutting in on his path. Used by Paul in Acts 24:4; Galatians 5:7 and passive ενεκοπτομην — enekoptomēn in Romans 15:22; 1 Peter 3:7. This hindrance may have been illness, opposition of the Jews in Corinth, what not. [source]
2 John 1:1 I [Εγω]
Though ο πρεσβυτερος — ho presbuteros is third person, he passes at once after the Greek idiom to the first and there is also special emphasis here in the use of αγαπω — agapō with the addition of εν αλητειαι — en alētheiāi (in truth, in the highest sphere, as in John 17:19; 3 John 1:1) and ουκ εγω μονος — ouk egō monos (not I only, “not I alone”). Brooke argues that this language is unsuitable if to a single family and not to a church. But Paul employs this very phrase in sending greetings to Prisca and Aquila (Romans 16:4). [source]

1841 Verses with G1473

Matthew 1:23
Literal: Behold the virgin in womb will hold and will bear a son they will call the name of Him Immanuel which is being translated With us - God
KJV: Behold,  a virgin  shall be with child,  and  shall bring forth  a son,  and  they shall call  his  name  Emmanuel,  which  being interpreted  God  with 

Matthew 2:6
Literal: And you Bethlehem land of Judah by no means least are among the rulers out of you for will go forth [One] leading who will shepherd the people of Me - Israel
KJV: And  thou  Bethlehem,  in the land  of Juda,  not  the least  among  the princes  of Juda:  for  out of  shall come  a Governor,  that  shall rule  people  Israel. 

Matthew 2:8
Literal: And having sent them to Bethlehem he said Having gone search carefully for the Child when then You shall have found [Him] bring word back to me so that I also having come may worship Him
KJV: And  he sent  them  to  Bethlehem,  and said,  Go  and search  diligently  for  the young child;  and  when  ye have found  word again,  that  I may come  and worship  him  also. 

Matthew 2:15
Literal: and he remained there until the death of Herod so that it might be fulfilled that having been spoken by [the] Lord through the prophet saying Out of Egypt have I called the Son of me
KJV: And  there  until  the death  of Herod:  that  it might be fulfilled  which  of  the Lord  by  the prophet,  saying,  Out of  Egypt  have I called  son. 

Matthew 3:11
Literal: I indeed you baptize with water to repentance - but after me is coming mightier than I He of whom not I am fit the sandals to carry He you will baptize [the] Spirit Holy and with fire
KJV: indeed  baptize  with  water  unto  repentance:  but  he that cometh  after  mightier than  whose  shoes  I am  not  worthy  to bear:  he  shall baptize  with  the Holy  Ghost,  and  with fire: 

Matthew 3:14
Literal: - But John was hindering Him saying I need have by You to be baptized and You come to me
KJV: But  John  forbad  him, saying,  have  need  to be baptized  of  and  comest  thou  to 

Matthew 3:15
Literal: Answering however - Jesus said unto him Permit [it] presently thus for fitting it is to us to fulfill all righteousness Then he permits Him
KJV: And  Jesus  answering  said  unto  him,  Suffer  it to be so now:  for  thus  it becometh  to fulfil  all  righteousness.  Then  he suffered  him. 

Matthew 3:17
Literal: And behold a voice out of the heavens saying This is the Son of me beloved in whom I was well pleased
KJV: And  lo  a voice  from  heaven,  saying,  This  beloved  Son,  in  whom  I am well pleased. 

Matthew 4:9
Literal: and he says to Him These things to You all will I give if falling down You will worship me
KJV: And  unto him,  All  will I give  if  thou wilt fall down  and worship 

Matthew 4:19
Literal: And He says to them Come follow after Me I will make you fishers of men
KJV: And  he saith  unto them,  Follow  and  I will make  fishers  of men. 

Matthew 5:11
Literal: Blessed are you when they shall insult you and shall persecute [you] shall say all kinds of evil against you lying on account of Me
KJV: Blessed  when  men shall revile  and  persecute  you, and  shall say  all manner  of evil  against  falsely,  for my sake. 

Matthew 5:22
Literal: I however say to you that everyone - being angry with the brother of him liable will be to the judgment whoever now - shall say to Raca to the Sanhedrin Fool to the hell - of fire
KJV: But  say  That  whosoever  is angry  with his  brother  in danger  of the judgment:  and  whosoever  shall say  to his  brother,  Raca,  in danger  of the council:  but  whosoever  shall say,  Thou fool,  in danger  of  hell  fire. 

Matthew 5:28
Literal: I however say to you that everyone - looking upon a woman in order - to lust after her already has committed adultery with in the heart of him
KJV: But  say  That  whosoever  looketh  on a woman  to  lust after  her  hath committed adultery  with her  already  in  his  heart. 

Matthew 5:32
Literal: I however say to you that everyone - divorcing the wife of him except on account of sexual immorality causes her to commit adultery And whoever if her having been divorced shall marry commits adultery
KJV: But  say  That  whosoever  shall put away  his  wife,  saving  for the cause  of fornication,  causeth  her  to commit adultery:  and  whosoever  shall marry  her that is divorced  committeth adultery. 

Matthew 5:34
Literal: I however say to you not to swear at all neither by - heaven because [the] throne it is - of God
KJV: But  say  Swear  not  at all;  neither  by  heaven;  for  God's  throne: 

Matthew 5:39
Literal: I however say to you not to resist the evil [person] Instead whoever you shall strike on the right cheek of you turn to him also other
KJV: But  say  That ye resist  not  evil:  but  whosoever  shall smite  right  cheek,  turn  to him  the other  also. 

Matthew 5:44
Literal: I however say to you love the enemies of you and pray for those persecuting you bless those cursing good do to those persecuting hating you
KJV: But  say  Love  enemies,  bless  them that curse  do  good  to them that hate  and  pray  for  them which  despitefully use  and  persecute 

Matthew 6:9
Literal: Thus therefore pray you Father of us who [is] in the heavens hallowed be the name of You
KJV: After this manner  therefore  pray  Father  which  art in  heaven,  Hallowed be  name. 

Matthew 6:11
Literal: The bread of us - daily grant us today
KJV: Give  this day  daily  bread. 

Matthew 6:12
Literal: And forgive us the debts of us as also we forgive the debtors
KJV: And  forgive  debts,  as  forgive  debtors. 

Matthew 6:13
Literal: And not lead us into temptation but deliver from - evil For yours is the kingdom power glory for the ages Amen
KJV: And  lead  not  into  temptation,  but  deliver  from  evil:  For  the kingdom,  and  the power,  and  the glory,  for  ever.  Amen. 

Matthew 7:21
Literal: Not everyone - saying to Me Lord will enter into the kingdom of the heavens but the [one] doing the will the Father of Me who [is] in the heavens
KJV: Not  every one  that saith  Lord,  shall enter  into  the kingdom  of heaven;  but  he that doeth  the will  Father  which is in  heaven. 

Matthew 7:22
Literal: Many will say to Me in that the day Lord not in Your name did we prophesy and [in] demons cast out miracles many perform
KJV: Many  will say  in  that  day,  Lord,  not  prophesied  in thy  name?  and  in thy  name  have cast out  devils?  and  in thy  name  done  many  wonderful works? 

Matthew 7:23
Literal: And then I will declare to them - Never knew I you depart you from Me those working - lawlessness
KJV: And  then  will I profess  unto them,  I never  knew  depart  from  ye that work  iniquity. 

Matthew 7:24
Literal: Everyone therefore whoever hears My - words these and does them will be like a man wise who built his - house upon the rock
KJV: Therefore  whosoever  heareth  sayings  and  doeth  them,  I will liken  him  unto a wise  man,  which  built  his  house  upon  a rock: 

Matthew 7:26
Literal: And everyone - hearing My - words these not doing them he will be likened to a man foolish who built of him the house upon sand
KJV: And  every one  that heareth  sayings  and  doeth  them  not,  shall be likened  unto a foolish  man,  which  built  his  house  upon  the sand: 

Matthew 8:2
Literal: And behold a leper having come was worshipping Him saying Lord if You are willing You are able me to cleanse
KJV: And,  behold,  a leper  and worshipped  him,  saying,  Lord,  if  thou wilt,  thou canst  clean. 

Matthew 8:6
Literal: and saying Lord the servant of me is lying in the house paralyzed grievously tormented
KJV: And  saying,  Lord,  servant  lieth  at  home  sick of the palsy,  grievously  tormented. 

Matthew 8:7
Literal: And He says to him I having come will heal him
KJV: And  saith  unto him,  will come  and heal  him. 

Matthew 8:8
Literal: Answering however the centurion said Lord not I am worthy that of me under the roof You should come but only speak the word and will be healed servant
KJV: The centurion  answered  and  said,  Lord,  I am  not  worthy  that  thou shouldest come  under  roof:  but  speak  the word  only,  and  servant  shall be healed. 

Matthew 8:9
Literal: Also for I a man am under authority I appoint having under me soldiers and I say to this [one] Go he goes to another Come he comes to [the] servant of me Do this he does [it]
KJV: For  am  a man  under  authority,  having  soldiers  under  me:  and  I say  man, Go,  and  he goeth;  and  to another,  Come,  and  he cometh;  and  servant,  Do  and  he doeth 

Matthew 8:17
Literal: so that it might be fulfilled that having been spoken by Isaiah the prophet saying Himself the infirmities of us He took and our diseases bore
KJV: That it might  be fulfilled  by  Esaias  the prophet,  saying,  Himself  took  infirmities,  and  bare  our sicknesses. 

Matthew 8:21
Literal: Another now of the disciples of Him said to Him Lord allow me first to go and to bury the father of me
KJV: And  another  of his  disciples  said  unto him,  Lord,  suffer  first  to go  and  bury  father. 

Matthew 8:22
Literal: - But Jesus said to him Follow Me and leave the dead to bury - their own dead
KJV: But  Jesus  unto him,  Follow  and  let  the dead  bury  their  dead. 

Matthew 8:29
Literal: And behold they cried out saying What to us to you Son - of God Are You come here before [the] time to torment us
KJV: And,  behold,  they cried out,  saying,  What  to do with  thou Son  of God?  art thou come  hither  to torment  before  the time? 

Matthew 8:31
Literal: - And the demons were begging Him saying If You cast out us send away into the herd - of pigs
KJV: So  the devils  besought  him,  saying,  If  out,  into  the herd  of swine. 

Matthew 9:9
Literal: And passing on - Jesus from there He saw a man sitting at the tax booth Matthew named He says to him Follow Me having arisen he followed Him
KJV: And as  Jesus  passed forth  from thence,  a man,  named  Matthew,  sitting  at  the receipt of custom:  and  he saith  unto him,  Follow  And  he arose,  and followed  him. 

Matthew 9:14
Literal: Then come to Him the disciples of John saying Because of why we and Pharisees do fast many times however disciples of You not fast
KJV: Then  came  to him  the disciples  of John,  saying,  and  the Pharisees  fast  oft,  but  disciples  fast  not? 

Matthew 9:18
Literal: These things of Him speaking to them behold a ruler certain having come was kneeling down to Him saying - The daughter of Me presently has died but having come lay the hand of You upon her and she will live
KJV: While he  spake  unto them,  behold,  there came  a certain  ruler,  and worshipped  him,  saying,  daughter  is even now  dead:  but  come  and lay  hand  upon  her,  and  she shall live. 

Matthew 9:27
Literal: And passing on from there - Jesus followed Him two blind [men] crying out saying Have mercy on us Son of David
KJV: And  when Jesus  departed  thence,  two  blind men  followed  him,  crying,  and  saying,  Thou Son  of David,  have mercy 

Matthew 10:16
Literal: Behold I send forth you as sheep in [the] midst of wolves be you therefore shrewd the serpents and innocent the doves
KJV: Behold,  forth  as  sheep  in  the midst  of wolves:  be ye  therefore  wise  as  serpents,  and  harmless  as  doves. 

Matthew 10:18
Literal: and before governors also kings you will be brought on account of Me for a testimony to them to the Gentiles
KJV: And  ye shall be brought  before  governors  and  kings  for my  for  a testimony  against them  and  the Gentiles. 

Matthew 10:22
Literal: And you will be hated by all on account of the name of Me the [one] however having endured to [the] end he will be saved
KJV: And  be hated  of  all  men for  name's sake:  but  he that  endureth  to  the end  shall be saved. 

Matthew 10:32
Literal: Everyone therefore who will confess in Me before - men will confess also I him the Father of Me who [is] the heavens
KJV: Whosoever  therefore  shall confess  before  men,  him  will I confess  also  before  Father  which  is in  heaven. 

Matthew 10:33
Literal: Whoever now - shall deny Me before - men will deny I also him the Father of Me who [is] in the heavens
KJV: But  whosoever  shall  deny  before  men,  him  will I also  deny  before  Father  which  is in  heaven. 

Matthew 10:37
Literal: The [one] loving father or mother above Me not is of Me worthy and son daughter
KJV: He that loveth  father  or  mother  more than  not  worthy  and  he that loveth  son  or  daughter  more than  not  worthy 

Matthew 10:38
Literal: And he who not takes the cross of him follows after Me not is of Me worthy
KJV: And  he  that taketh  not  his  cross,  and  followeth  after  not  worthy 

Matthew 10:39
Literal: The [one] having found the life of him will lose it and having lost on account of Me will find
KJV: He that findeth  his  life  shall lose  it:  and  he that loseth  his  life  sake  shall find  it. 

Matthew 10:40
Literal: The [One] receiving you Me receives and the [One] having sent Me
KJV: He that receiveth  and  he that receiveth  him that sent 

Matthew 11:6
Literal: And blessed is he who if not shall fall away in Me
KJV: And  blessed  he, whosoever  be offended  in 

Matthew 11:10
Literal: For this is [he] concerning whom it has been written Behold I send the messenger of Me before [the] face of You who will prepare the way before You
KJV: this  he, of  whom  it is written,  Behold,  send  messenger  before  face,  which  shall prepare  way  before 

Matthew 11:27
Literal: All things to Me have been delivered by the Father of Me And no one knows the Son if not the Father nor Father anyone does know Son to whom if might choose to reveal [Him]
KJV: All things  are delivered  of  Father:  and  no man  knoweth  the Son,  the Father;  neither  knoweth  any man  the Father,  the Son,  and he  to  whomsoever  the Son  will  reveal 

Matthew 11:28
Literal: Come to Me all those toiling and being burdened and I will give rest to you
KJV: Come  unto  all  ye that labour  and  are heavy laden,  and I  rest. 

Matthew 11:29
Literal: Take the yoke of Me upon you and learn from Me for gentle I am humble [in] the heart you will find rest [for] the souls of you
KJV: Take  yoke  upon  and  learn  of  for  I am  and  lowly  in heart:  and  ye shall find  rest  souls. 

Matthew 11:30
Literal: The for yoke of Me [is] easy and the burden light is
KJV: For  yoke  is easy,  and  burden  light. 

Matthew 12:18
Literal: Behold the servant of Me whom I have chosen beloved in has found delight the soul I will put the Spirit upon Him and justice to the Gentiles He will proclaim
KJV: Behold  servant,  whom  I have chosen;  beloved,  in  whom  soul  is well pleased:  I will put  spirit  upon  him,  and  he shall shew  judgment  to the Gentiles. 

Matthew 12:27
Literal: And if I by Beelzebul cast out - demons the sons of you whom do they cast out On account of this they judges will be
KJV: And  if  by  Beelzebub  cast out  devils,  by  whom  children  cast them out?  they  judges. 

Matthew 12:28
Literal: If however by [the] Spirit of God I cast out - demons then has come upon you the kingdom -
KJV: But  if  cast out  devils  by  the Spirit  of God,  then  the kingdom  of God  is come  unto 

Matthew 12:30
Literal: The [one] not being with Me against is and gathering scatters
KJV: not  with  against  and  he that gathereth  not  with  scattereth abroad. 

Matthew 12:44
Literal: Then it says To the house of me I will return from where I came out And having come it finds [it] being unoccupied and swept put in order
KJV: Then  he saith,  I will return  into  house  from whence  I came out;  and  when he is come,  he findeth  it empty,  swept,  and  garnished. 

Matthew 12:48
Literal: - And answering He said to the [one] telling Him Who is the mother of Me and who are the brothers
KJV: But  he answered  and said  him,  Who  mother?  and  who  brethren? 

Matthew 12:49
Literal: And having stretched out the hand of Him to the disciples He said Behold the mother of Me the brothers
KJV: And  he stretched forth  his  hand  toward  his  disciples,  and said,  Behold  mother  and  brethren! 

Matthew 12:50
Literal: Whoever for - shall do the will the Father of Me who [is] in [the] heavens he My brother and sister mother is
KJV: For  whosoever  shall do  the will  Father  which  is in  heaven,  the same  brother,  and  sister,  and  mother. 

Matthew 13:30
Literal: Allow to grow together both until the harvest and in the time of the I will say to the harvesters Gather first the weeds bind them into bundles in order - to burn them - and the wheat gather together the barn of me
KJV: Let  both  grow together  the harvest:  and  in  the time  of harvest  I will say  to the reapers,  Gather ye together  first  the tares,  and  bind  them  in  bundles  to  burn  them:  but  gather  the wheat  into  barn. 

Matthew 13:35
Literal: so that might be fulfilled that having been spoken by the prophet saying I will open in parables the mouth of Me I will utter things hidden from [the] foundation [of the] world
KJV: That  it might be fulfilled  which  by  the prophet,  saying,  I will open  mouth  in  parables;  I will utter  things which have been kept secret  from  the foundation  of the world. 

Matthew 13:36
Literal: Then having dismissed the crowds He went into the house And came to Him the disciples of Him saying Explain to us parable of the weeds of the field
KJV: Then  the multitude  away,  and went  into  the house:  and  his  disciples  came  unto him,  saying,  the parable  of the tares  of the field. 

Matthew 13:56
Literal: And the sisters of Him not all with us are From where then to this [man] these things all
KJV: And  his  sisters,  not  all  with  Whence  then  all 

Matthew 14:8
Literal: - And having been urged on by the mother of her Give me she says here upon a platter the head of John the Baptist
KJV: And  she, being before instructed  of  her  mother,  said,  Give  here  John  Baptist's  head  in  a charger. 

Matthew 14:18
Literal: - And He said Bring to Me here them
KJV: He said,  Bring  them  hither 

Matthew 14:27
Literal: Immediately now spoke - Jesus to them saying Take courage I it is not fear
KJV: But  straightway  Jesus  spake  unto them,  saying,  Be of good cheer;  it is  I;  not  afraid. 

Matthew 14:28
Literal: Answering now to Him - Peter said Lord if You [it] is command me to come to You upon the waters
KJV: And  Peter  answered  him  and said,  Lord,  if  thou,  bid  come  unto  on  the water. 

Matthew 14:30
Literal: Seeing now the wind charging he was afraid and having begun to sink he cried out saying Lord save me
KJV: But  when he saw  the wind  boisterous,  he was afraid;  and  beginning  to sink,  he cried,  saying,  Lord,  save 

Matthew 15:5
Literal: You however say Whoever - shall say to the father or the mother [It is] a gift whatever if by me you might be profited
KJV: But  say,  Whosoever  shall say  to his father  or  his mother,  It is a gift,  by  whatsoever  thou mightest be profited 

Matthew 15:8
Literal: The people this with the lips Me it honors the however heart of them far away is kept from Me
KJV: This  people  with their  honoureth  with their lips;  but  their  heart  is  far  from 

Matthew 15:9
Literal: in vain then they worship Me teaching [as] doctrines [the] precepts of men
KJV: But  in vain  they do worship  teaching  for doctrines  the commandments  of men. 

Matthew 15:13
Literal: - And answering He said Every plant that not has planted the Father of Me Heavenly it will be rooted up
KJV: But  he answered  and said,  Every  plant,  which  heavenly  Father  not  planted,  shall be rooted up. 

Matthew 15:15
Literal: Answering then - Peter said to Him Explain to us the parable this
KJV: Then  answered  Peter  and said  unto him,  Declare  parable. 

Matthew 15:22
Literal: And behold a woman Canaanite from the region same having approached was crying out saying Have mercy on me Lord Son of David the daughter of me miserably is possessed by a demon
KJV: And,  behold,  a woman  of Canaan  came  out of  the same  coasts,  saying,  Have mercy  O Lord,  thou Son  of David;  daughter  is grievously  vexed with a devil. 

Matthew 15:23
Literal: - And not He answered her a word And having come to [him] the disciples of Him were imploring Him saying Dismiss her for she cries out after us
KJV: But  he answered  her  not  a word.  And  his  disciples  came  and besought  him,  saying,  her  away;  for  she crieth  after 

Matthew 15:25
Literal: - And having come she was worshiping Him saying Lord help me
KJV: Then  came she  and worshipped  him,  saying,  Lord,  help 

Matthew 15:32
Literal: - And Jesus having called to [him] the disciples of Him said I am moved with compassion toward the crowd because already days three they continue with Me and nothing have that they might eat to send away them hungry not I am willing not lest they faint on the way
KJV: Then  Jesus  called  his  disciples  unto him, and said,  I have compassion  on  the multitude,  because  they continue  now  three  days,  and  have  nothing  to eat:  and  I will  not  them  away  fasting,  they faint  in  the way. 

Matthew 15:33
Literal: And say to Him the disciples From where to us in a secluded place loaves so many as to satisfy a crowd so great
KJV: And  his  disciples  say  unto him,  Whence  have so much  bread  in  the wilderness,  as  to fill  so great  a multitude? 

Matthew 16:15
Literal: He says to them You but whom Me do you pronounce to be
KJV: He saith  unto them,  But  whom  say 

Matthew 16:17
Literal: Answering now - Jesus said to him Blessed are you Simon Barjona For flesh and blood not revealed [it] to you but the Father of Me who [is] in the heavens
KJV: And  Jesus  answered  and said  unto him,  Blessed  Simon  Barjona:  for  flesh  and  blood  not  revealed  but  Father  which  is in  heaven. 

Matthew 16:18
Literal: I also now to you say that you are Peter and on this the rock I will build My - church [the] gates of hades not will prevail against it
KJV: And  I say  also  That  thou  Peter,  and  upon  rock  I will build  church;  and  the gates  of hell  not  prevail against  it. 

Matthew 16:23
Literal: - And having turned He said - to Peter Get behind Me Satan A stumbling block you are to Me For not your thoughts are of the things - of God but the things of men
KJV: But  he turned,  and said  unto Peter,  Get thee  behind  Satan:  art  an offence  for thou savourest  not  the things  that be of God,  but  those that be of men. 

Matthew 16:24
Literal: Then - Jesus said to disciples of Him If anyone desires after Me to come let him deny himself and take up the cross follow Me
KJV: Then  said  Jesus  unto his  disciples,  man will  come  after  let him deny  himself,  and  take up  his  cross,  and  follow 

Matthew 16:25
Literal: Whoever for if might desire the life of him to save will lose it however - might lose on account of Me will find
KJV: For  whosoever  will  save  his  life  shall lose  it:  and  whosoever  will lose  his  life  sake  shall find  it. 

Matthew 17:4
Literal: Answering now - Peter said - to Jesus Lord good it is for us here to be If You wish I will make three tabernacles for You one and for Moses for Elijah
KJV: Then  answered  Peter,  and said  unto Jesus,  Lord,  good  here:  if  thou wilt,  let us make  here  three  tabernacles;  and  for Moses,  and  for Elias. 

Matthew 17:5
Literal: While yet he was speaking behold a cloud bright overshadowed them and a voice out of the cloud saying This is the Son of Me beloved in whom I am well pleased Listen to Him
KJV: While he  yet  spake,  behold,  a bright  cloud  overshadowed  them:  and  behold  a voice  out of  the cloud,  which said,  This  beloved  Son,  in  whom  I am well pleased;  hear ye  him. 

Matthew 17:15
Literal: and saying Lord have mercy on my - son for he is epileptic miserably suffers often for he falls into the fire water
KJV: Lord,  have mercy  son:  for  he is lunatick,  and  sore  vexed:  for  ofttimes  he falleth  into  the fire,  and  oft  into  the water. 

Matthew 17:17
Literal: Answering now - Jesus said O generation unbelieving and perverted how long when with you will I be will I bear with Bring to Me him here
KJV: Then  Jesus  answered  and said,  faithless  and  perverse  generation,  how long  with  how long  shall I suffer  bring  him  hither 

Matthew 17:19
Literal: Then having come the disciples - to Jesus in private they said Because of why we not were able to cast out it
KJV: Then  came  the disciples  to Jesus  apart,  and said,  could  not  him  out? 

Matthew 17:27
Literal: That however not we might offend them having gone to sea cast a hook and the having come up first fish take having opened the mouth of it you will find a four-drachma coin That having taken give to them for Me yourself
KJV: Notwithstanding,  we should offend  them,  go thou  to  the sea,  and cast  an hook,  and  take up  the fish  that first  cometh up;  and  when thou hast opened  his  mouth,  thou shalt find  a piece of money:  that  take,  and give  unto them  for  and 

Matthew 18:5
Literal: And whoever if shall receive one little child such in the name of Me Me receives
KJV: And  whoso  shall receive  one  such  little child  in  name  receiveth 

Matthew 18:6
Literal: Whoever then - shall cause to stumble one of the little ones of these - believing in Me it is better for him that should be hung a millstone heavy around the neck of him and he be sunk in the depth of the sea
KJV: But  whoso  shall offend  one  little ones  which  believe  in  it were better  for him  that  a millstone  were hanged  his  neck,  and  that he were drowned  in  the depth  of the sea. 

Matthew 18:10
Literal: See [that] not you despise one of the little ones of these I say for to you that the angels of them in [the] heavens continually always behold the face of the Father of me who [is]
KJV: Take heed  that ye despise  not  one  little ones;  for  I say  That  in  heaven  their  angels  do always  behold  the face  Father  which  is in  heaven. 

Matthew 18:19
Literal: Again truly I say to you that if two might agree of you on the earth concerning any matter that they shall ask it will be done for them by the Father of Me who [is] in [the] heavens
KJV: Again  I say  That  if  two  shall agree  on  earth  as touching  any  thing  that  they shall ask,  it shall be done  for them  of  Father  which  is in  heaven. 

Matthew 18:21
Literal: Then having come - Peter said to Him Lord how often will sin against me the brother of me and I will forgive him Up to seven times
KJV: Then  came  Peter  to him,  and said,  Lord,  how oft  brother  sin  against  and  I forgive  him?  till  seven times? 

Matthew 18:26
Literal: Having fallen down therefore the servant was bowing on his knees to him saying Have patience with me and all I will pay to you
KJV: The servant  therefore  fell down,  and worshipped  him,  saying,  have patience  with  and  I will pay  all. 

Matthew 18:29
Literal: Having fallen down therefore the fellow servant of him was begging him saying Have patience with me and I will pay you
KJV: And  his  fellowservant  fell down  his  and besought  him,  saying,  Have patience  with  and  I will pay 

Matthew 18:32
Literal: Then having called to him the master of him says to him Servant evil all the debt that I forgave you because you begged me
KJV: Then  his  lord,  after that he had called  him,  said  unto him,  O thou wicked  servant,  I forgave  all  that  debt,  because  thou desiredst 

Matthew 18:35
Literal: Thus also the Father of Me - Heavenly will do to you if not you forgive each the brother of him from the heart of you
KJV: So  Father  do  also  ye from  hearts  forgive  every one  his  brother  their 

Matthew 19:14
Literal: - And Jesus said Permit the little children and not do forbid them to come to Me of the for such kind is the kingdom of the heavens
KJV: But  Jesus  said,  Suffer  little children,  and  forbid  them  not,  to come  unto  for  of such  the kingdom  of heaven. 

Matthew 19:17
Literal: - And He said to him Why Me ask you about what is good Only One is good If however you desire into - life to enter keep the commandments
KJV: And  he said  unto him,  Why  good?  one,  but  if  thou wilt  enter  into  life,  keep  the commandments. 

Matthew 19:21
Literal: Was saying to him - Jesus If you desire perfect to be go sell of you the possessing and give to the poor you will have treasure in [the] heavens come follow Me
KJV: Jesus  said  unto him,  If  thou wilt  perfect,  go  and sell  and  give  to the poor,  and  thou shalt have  treasure  in  heaven:  and  come  and follow 

Matthew 19:27
Literal: Then answering - Peter said to Him Behold we left all things and followed You what then will be to us
KJV: Then  answered  Peter  and said  unto him,  Behold,  have forsaken  all,  and  followed  what  therefore? 

Matthew 19:28
Literal: - And Jesus said to them Truly I say to you that you - having followed Me in the regeneration when shall sit down the Son - of Man upon [the] throne of glory of Him will sit also you on twelve thrones judging the twelve tribes of Israel
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto them,  Verily  I say  That  which  have followed  in  the regeneration  when  the Son  of man  shall sit  in  the throne  of his  glory,  also  shall sit  upon  twelve  thrones,  judging  the twelve  tribes  of Israel. 

Matthew 19:29
Literal: And everyone who has left houses or brothers sisters father mother or wife children lands for the sake of - My name a hundredfold will receive life eternal will inherit
KJV: And  every  that hath forsaken  houses,  or  brethren,  or  sisters,  or  father,  or  mother,  or  wife,  or  children,  or  lands,  name's  sake,  shall receive  an hundredfold,  and  shall inherit  everlasting  life. 

Matthew 20:7
Literal: They say to him Because no one us has hired He says to them Go also You into the vineyard and whatever . . . may be right you shall receive
KJV: They say  unto him,  Because  no man  hath hired  He saith  unto them,  Go  also  into  the vineyard;  and  whatsoever  right,  that shall ye receive. 

Matthew 20:12
Literal: saying These the last one hour have worked and equal them to us you have made those having borne the burden of the day the scorching heat
KJV: Saying,  These  last  have wrought  hour,  and  thou hast made  them  equal  which  have borne  the burden  and  heat  of the day. 

Matthew 20:13
Literal: - And answering to one of them he said Friend not I do wrong you Not for a denarius did you agree with me
KJV: But  he answered  one  of them,  and said,  Friend,  no  wrong:  not  thou agree  for a penny? 

Matthew 20:15
Literal: Or not is it lawful for me what I will to do with that which [is] mine Or the eye of you envious is because I generous am
KJV: Is it not  lawful  to do  what  I will  with  mine own?  eye  evil,  because  am  good? 

Matthew 20:21
Literal: - And He said to her What do you desire She says to Him Say that might sit these - two sons of mine one on [the] right hand of You and on [the] left hand of You in the kingdom
KJV: And  he said  unto her,  What  wilt thou?  She saith  unto him,  Grant  that  these  two  sons  may sit,  the one  on  right hand,  and  the other  on  the left,  in  kingdom. 

Matthew 20:22
Literal: Answering now - Jesus said Not you know what you ask for Are you able to drink the cup which I am about to drink and baptism am baptized to be baptized [with] They say to Him We are able
KJV: But  Jesus  answered  and said,  Ye know  not  what  ye ask.  Are ye able  to drink  of the cup  that  shall  drink of,  to be baptized  with the baptism  that  am baptized with?  They say  unto him,  We are able. 

Matthew 20:23
Literal: He says to them - Indeed the cup of Me You will drink [and the] baptism which I am baptized you shall be baptized [with] but to sit on [the] right hand and on [the] left not is Mine this to give but [to those] for whom it has been prepared by the Father
KJV: And  he saith  unto them,  Ye shall drink  indeed  cup,  and  be baptized  with the baptism  that  am baptized with:  but  to sit  on  right hand,  and  on  left,  not  mine  to give,  but  it shall be given to them for whom  it is prepared  of  Father. 

Matthew 20:30
Literal: And behold two blind [men] sitting beside the road having heard that Jesus is passing by cried out saying Lord Have mercy on us Son of David
KJV: And,  behold,  two  blind men  sitting  by the way  side,  when they heard  that  Jesus  passed by,  cried out,  saying,  Have mercy  O Lord,  thou Son  of David. 

Matthew 20:31
Literal: - And the crowd rebuked them that they should be silent - But all the more they cried out saying Lord have mercy on us Son of David
KJV: And  the multitude  rebuked  them,  because  they should hold their peace:  but  they cried  saying,  Have mercy  O Lord,  thou Son  of David. 

Matthew 20:33
Literal: They say to Him Lord that might be opened the eyes of us
KJV: They say  unto him,  Lord,  that  eyes  may be opened. 

Matthew 21:2
Literal: saying to them Go into the village - in front of you and immediately you will find a donkey having been tied a colt with her having untied [them] bring [them] to Me
KJV: Saying  unto them,  Go  into  the village  and  straightway  ye shall find  an ass  tied,  and  a colt  with  her:  loose  them, and bring 

Matthew 21:13
Literal: And He says to them It has been written The house of Me a house of prayer will be called You however it have made a den of robbers
KJV: And  said  unto them,  It is written,  house  shall be called  the house  of prayer;  but  have made  it  a den  of thieves. 

Matthew 21:24
Literal: Answering now - Jesus said to them Will ask you I also thing one which if you tell Me to you will say by what authority these things I do
KJV: And  Jesus  answered  and said  unto them,  I also  will ask  one  thing,  which  if  ye tell  I in like wise  will tell  by  what  authority  I do 

Matthew 21:25
Literal: The baptism of John from where was it From heaven or men - And they were reasoning with themselves saying If we should say He will say to us Because of why then not did you believe him
KJV: The baptism  of John,  whence  from  heaven,  or  of  men?  And  they reasoned  themselves,  saying,  If  we shall say,  From  heaven;  he will say  not  then  believe  him? 

Matthew 21:27
Literal: And answering - Jesus they said Not do we know Said to them also He Neither I tell you by what authority these things I do
KJV: And  they answered  Jesus,  and said,  We cannot  tell.  And  he  said  unto them,  Neither  tell  by  what  authority  I do 

Matthew 21:30
Literal: Having come then to the second he said likewise - And answering I [will] sir and not did he go
KJV: And  he came  to the second,  and said  likewise.  And  he answered  and said,  go, sir:  and  went  not. 

Matthew 21:37
Literal: Afterward then he sent to them the son of him saying They will respect son of me
KJV: But  last of all  he sent  unto  them  son,  saying,  They will reverence  son. 

Matthew 21:42
Literal: Says to them - Jesus Never did you read in the Scriptures [The] stone which rejected those building this has become the chief corner From [the] Lord was this and it is marvelous [the] eyes of us
KJV: Jesus  saith  unto them,  never  read  in  the scriptures,  The stone  which  the builders  rejected,  the same  is become  the head  of the corner:  this  is  the Lord's  doing,  and  marvellous  in  eyes? 

Matthew 22:4
Literal: Again he sent other servants saying Say to those having been invited Behold the dinner of me I have prepared the oxen and the fatlings have been killed all things [are] ready come to the wedding feast
KJV: Again,  he sent forth  other  servants,  saying,  Tell  them which are bidden,  Behold,  I have prepared  dinner:  oxen  and  my fatlings  are killed,  and  all things  are ready:  come  unto  the marriage. 

Matthew 22:17
Literal: Tell therefore us what You think Is it lawful to give tribute to Caesar or not
KJV: Tell  therefore,  What  thinkest  Is it lawful  to give  tribute  unto Caesar,  or  not? 

Matthew 22:18
Literal: Having known however - Jesus the malice of them He said Why Me do you test hypocrites
KJV: But  Jesus  perceived  their  wickedness,  and said,  Why  tempt ye  ye hypocrites? 

Matthew 22:19
Literal: Show Me the coin of the tribute - And they presented to Him a denarius
KJV: Shew  the tribute  money.  And  they brought  unto him  a penny. 

Matthew 22:25
Literal: There were now among us seven brothers and the first having married died not having seed he left the wife of him to the brother
KJV: Now  with  seven  brethren:  and  the first,  when he had married a wife,  deceased,  and,  having  no  issue,  left  his  wife  unto his  brother: 

Matthew 22:32
Literal: I am the God of Abraham and of Isaac of Jacob Not He is of [the] dead but of [the] living
KJV: am  the God  of Abraham,  and  the God  of Isaac,  and  the God  of Jacob?  God  not  the God  of the dead,  but  of the living. 

Matthew 22:44
Literal: Said the Lord to the Lord of me Sit on [the] right hand until - I place the enemies of You [as] a footstool for the feet
KJV: The LORD  said  Lord,  Sit thou  on  right hand,  till  I make  enemies 

Matthew 23:30
Literal: and you say If we had lived in the days of the fathers of us not - we would have been with them partakers the blood prophets
KJV: And  say,  If  in  the days  fathers,  we would  not  partakers  with them  in  the blood  of the prophets. 

Matthew 23:34
Literal: Because of this behold I send to you prophets and wise [men] scribes Some of them you will kill will crucify and [some] of you will flog in the synagogues of you will persecute from town to town
KJV: Wherefore,  behold,  send  unto  prophets,  and  wise men,  and  scribes:  and  some of  them  ye shall kill  and  crucify;  and  some of  them  shall ye scourge  in  synagogues,  and  persecute  them from  city  to  city: 

Matthew 23:39
Literal: I say for to you no not Me shall you see from now until - you say Blessed [is] the [One] coming in [the] name of [the] Lord
KJV: For  I say  henceforth,  till  ye shall say,  Blessed  is he that cometh  in  the name  of the Lord. 

Matthew 24:3
Literal: [As] was sitting now He upon the Mount - of Olives came to Him the disciples in private saying Tell us when these things will be And what [is] the sign - of Your coming of the consummation of the age
KJV: And  as he  sat  upon  the mount  of Olives,  the disciples  came  unto him  privately,  saying,  Tell  when  and  what  shall be the sign  of thy  coming,  and  of the end  of the world? 

Matthew 24:5
Literal: Many for will come in the name of Me saying I am the Christ and many they will mislead
KJV: For  many  shall come  in  name,  saying,  am  Christ;  and  shall deceive  many. 

Matthew 24:9
Literal: Then will they deliver you to tribulation and will kill you will be hated by all the nations on account of the name of Me
KJV: Then  up  to  be afflicted,  and  shall kill  and  hated  of  all  nations  for  name's sake. 

Matthew 24:35
Literal: The heaven and the earth will pass away - but the words of Me no not shall pass away
KJV: Heaven  and  earth  shall pass away,  but  words  pass away. 

Matthew 24:48
Literal: If however should say the evil servant that in the heart of him Delays of Me master
KJV: But and  if  that  evil  servant  shall say  in  his  heart,  lord  delayeth 

Matthew 25:8
Literal: - And the foolish to the wise said Give us of the oil of you for the lamps of us are going out
KJV: And  the foolish  said  unto the wise,  Give  of  oil;  for  lamps  are gone out. 

Matthew 25:9
Literal: Answered then the wise saying Lest no not even it might suffice for us and you Go rather to those selling buy for yourselves
KJV: But  the wise  answered,  saying,  Not so; lest  not  enough  and  but  go ye  rather  to them  that sell,  and  buy  for yourselves. 

Matthew 25:11
Literal: Afterward then come also the other virgins saying Lord open to us
KJV: Afterward  came  also  the other  virgins,  saying,  Lord,  open 

Matthew 25:20
Literal: And having come the [one] the five talents having received brought to [him] other saying Master talents to me you did deliver Behold more have I gained
KJV: And so  he that had received  five  talents  came  and brought  other  five  talents,  saying,  Lord,  thou deliveredst  five  talents:  I have gained  five  talents  more. 

Matthew 25:22
Literal: Having come then also the [one] with the two talents he said Master talents to me you did deliver Behold more have I gained
KJV: He also  two  talents  came  and said,  Lord,  thou deliveredst  two  talents:  I have gained  two  other  talents 

Matthew 25:27
Literal: It behooved you therefore to put the money of me to the bankers and having come I would have received - - my own with interest
KJV: oughtest  therefore  to have put  money  to the exchangers,  and  then at my coming  should  have received  mine own  with  usury. 

Matthew 25:34
Literal: Then will say the King to those on [the] right hand of Him Come those being blessed of the Father of me inherit the having been prepared for you kingdom from [the] foundation of [the] world
KJV: Then  shall the King  say  unto them on  his  right hand,  Come,  ye blessed  Father,  inherit  the kingdom  prepared  from  the foundation  of the world: 

Matthew 25:35
Literal: I hungered for and you gave Me to eat I thirsted you gave to drink me a stranger I was you took in
KJV: For  I was an hungred,  and  ye gave  meat:  I was thirsty,  and  drink:  a stranger,  and  in: 

Matthew 25:36
Literal: naked and you clothed Me I was sick you visited in prison I was you came to
KJV: Naked,  and  ye clothed  I was sick,  and  ye visited  in  prison,  and  ye came  unto 

Matthew 25:40
Literal: And answering the King will say to them Truly I say to you to the extent as much as you did [it] to one of these the brothers of Me least to Me
KJV: And  the King  shall answer  and say  unto them,  Verily  I say  Inasmuch  as  ye have done  it unto one  of the least  brethren,  ye have done 

Matthew 25:41
Literal: Then will He say also to those on [the] left Depart from Me those being cursed into the fire - eternal having been prepared for the devil and the angels of him
KJV: Then  shall he say  also  unto them on  the left hand,  Depart  from  ye cursed,  into  everlasting  fire,  prepared  for the devil  and  his  angels: 

Matthew 25:42
Literal: I hungered for and nothing you gave to Me to eat and I thirsted You gave to drink Me
KJV: For  I was an hungred,  and  ye gave  no  meat:  I was thirsty,  and  no  drink: 

Matthew 25:43
Literal: a stranger I was and not You took in Me naked you did clothe sick in prison not did you visit
KJV: a stranger,  and  not  in:  naked,  and  ye clothed  not:  sick,  and  in  prison,  and  ye visited  not. 

Matthew 25:45
Literal: Then will He answer them saying Truly I say to you to the extent that not you did [it] to one of these the least neither to Me did you
KJV: Then  shall he answer  them,  saying,  Verily  I say  Inasmuch  as  ye did  it not  to one  of the least  ye did  it not 

Matthew 26:10
Literal: Having known [this] now - Jesus said to them Why trouble do you cause to the woman A work for beautiful she did to Me
KJV: When  Jesus  understood  it, he said  unto them,  Why  trouble ye  the woman?  for  she hath wrought  a good  work  upon 

Matthew 26:11
Literal: Always for the poor you have with you Me however not
KJV: For  ye have  the poor  always  with  you;  but  ye have  not  always. 

Matthew 26:12
Literal: In pouring for this [woman] the fragrant oil this on the body of Me for burial of Me she did [it]
KJV: For in that  she  hath poured  ointment  on  body,  she did  it for  burial. 

Matthew 26:15
Literal: he said What are you willing me to give and I to you will betray Him - And they appointed to him thirty pieces of silver
KJV: And said  unto them, What  will ye  give  and  I will deliver  him  And  they covenanted  with him  for thirty  pieces of silver. 

Matthew 26:18
Literal: - And He said Go into the city unto a certain man and tell him the Teacher says time of Me near is with you I will keep the Passover with the disciples
KJV: And  he said,  Go  into  the city  to  such a man,  and  say  unto him,  The Master  saith,  time  at hand;  I will keep  the passover  at  with  disciples. 

Matthew 26:21
Literal: And [as] they were eating to them He said Truly I say to you that one of you will betray Me
KJV: And  as they  did eat,  he said,  Verily  I say  that  one  of  shall betray 

Matthew 26:22
Literal: And being grieved exceedingly they began to say to Him one each Not I is it Lord
KJV: And  they were exceeding  sorrowful,  and began  every one  of them  to say  unto him,  Lord,  is  it  I? 

Matthew 26:23
Literal: - And answering He said The [one] having dipped with Me the hand in the dish he Me will betray
KJV: And  he answered  and said,  He that dippeth  his hand  with  in  the dish,  the same  shall betray 

Matthew 26:25
Literal: Answering now Judas who was betraying Him said Not I is it Rabbi He says to him You have said
KJV: Then  Judas,  which  betrayed  him,  answered  and said,  Master,  is  it  I?  He said  unto him,  Thou  hast said. 

Matthew 26:26
Literal: [As] they were eating now of them having taken - Jesus bread and having blessed broke [it] having given to the disciples He said Take eat this is the body of Me
KJV: And  as they  were eating,  Jesus  took  bread,  and  blessed  it, and brake  it, and  gave  it to the disciples,  and  said,  Take,  eat;  body. 

Matthew 26:28
Literal: This for is the blood of Me of the covenant - for many being poured out for forgiveness of sins
KJV: For  blood  testament,  which  is shed  for  many  for  the remission  of sins. 

Matthew 26:29
Literal: I say now to you no not will I drink from now of this the fruit of the vine until the day that when it I drink with you anew in the kingdom of the Father of Me
KJV: But  I say  drink  henceforth  of  fruit  of the vine,  until  that  day  when  I drink  it  new  with  in  Father's  kingdom. 

Matthew 26:31
Literal: Then says to them - Jesus All you will fall away because of Me during the night this It has been written for I will strike the shepherd and will be scattered the sheep of the flock
KJV: Then  saith  Jesus  unto them,  All  shall be offended  because  night:  for  it is written,  I will smite  the shepherd,  and  the sheep  of the flock  shall be scattered abroad. 

Matthew 26:32
Literal: After however - being raised I will go before you into - Galilee
KJV: But  after  am risen again,  I will go before  into  Galilee. 

Matthew 26:33
Literal: Answering now - Peter said to Him If all will fall away because of You I never will fall away
KJV: Peter  answered  and  said  unto him,  all  men shall be offended  because  yet will I  never  be offended. 

Matthew 26:34
Literal: Said to him - Jesus Truly I say to you that during this - night before [the] rooster crowing three times you will deny Me
KJV: Jesus  said  unto him,  Verily  I say  That  this  night,  before  the cock  crow,  thou shalt deny  thrice. 

Matthew 26:35
Literal: Says to Him - Peter Even if it were necessary for me with You to die no not You will I deny Likewise also all the disciples said
KJV: Peter  said  unto him,  Though  should  die  with  deny  Likewise  also  said  all  the disciples. 

Matthew 26:38
Literal: Then He says to them Very sorrowful is the soul of Me even to death remain here and watch with Me
KJV: Then  saith he  unto them,  soul  exceeding sorrowful,  even unto  death:  tarry ye  here,  and  watch  with 

Matthew 26:39
Literal: And having gone forward a little He fell upon face of Him praying saying Father of Me if possible it is let pass from Me the cup this Nevertheless not as I will but You
KJV: And  further,  and fell  on  his  face,  and  prayed,  saying,  Father,  if  possible,  cup  pass  from  nevertheless  not  as  will,  but  as  thou 

Matthew 26:40
Literal: And He comes to the disciples finds them sleeping He says - to Peter Thus not were you able one hour to watch with Me
KJV: And  he cometh  unto  the disciples,  and  findeth  them  asleep,  and  saith  unto Peter,  What,  could ye  not  watch  with  hour? 

Matthew 26:42
Literal: Again for a second time having gone away He prayed saying Father of Me if not is possible this to pass if not it I drink be done the will of You
KJV: He went away  again  the  second time,  and prayed,  saying,  Father,  if  may  not  pass away  I drink  it,  will  be done. 

Matthew 26:46
Literal: Rise up let us go Behold has drawn near he who is betraying Me
KJV: Rise,  let us be going:  behold,  he is at hand  that doth betray 

Matthew 26:53
Literal: Or think you that not I am able to call upon the Father of Me and He will furnish to Me presently more than twelve legions of angels
KJV: Thinkest thou  that  I cannot  now  pray  Father,  and  he shall presently give  more  than  twelve  legions  of angels? 

Matthew 26:55
Literal: In that - hour said - Jesus to the crowds As against a robber did you come out with swords and clubs to capture Me Every day the temple I was sitting teaching not you did seize
KJV: In  that same  hour  said  Jesus  to the multitudes,  Are ye come out  as  against  a thief  with  swords  and  staves  for to take  I sat  daily  teaching  in  the temple,  and  no  hold 

Matthew 26:63
Literal: - And Jesus was silent And the high priest said to Him I adjure you by - God the living that us You tell if You are Christ Son of God
KJV: But  Jesus  held his peace.  And  the high priest  and said  unto him,  I adjure  by  the living  God,  that  thou tell  whether  thou  the Christ,  the Son  of God. 

Matthew 26:68
Literal: saying Prophesy to us Christ who is the [one] having struck You
KJV: Saying,  Prophesy  thou Christ,  Who  that smote 

Matthew 26:75
Literal: And remembered - Peter the word of Jesus He having said - Before [the] rooster crowing three times you will deny Me having gone out he wept bitterly
KJV: And  Peter  the word  of Jesus,  which  said  Before  the cock  crow,  thou shalt deny  thrice.  And  he went out,  and  wept  bitterly. 

Matthew 27:4
Literal: saying I sinned having betrayed blood innocent - Then they said What [is that] to us You will see
KJV: Saying,  I have sinned  in that I have betrayed  the innocent  blood.  And  they said,  What  is that to  thou 

Matthew 27:10
Literal: and they gave them for the field of the potter as directed me [the] Lord
KJV: And  gave  them  for  the potter's  field,  as  the Lord  appointed 

Matthew 27:25
Literal: And answering all the people said The blood of Him [be] on us on the children of us
KJV: Then  answered  all  the people,  and said,  His  blood  be on  and  on  children. 

Matthew 27:35
Literal: Having crucified now Him they divided the garments of Him casting lots that might be fulfilled that which was spoken by the prophet the garments of me among themselves and for the clothing they cast a lot
KJV: And  they crucified  him,  and parted  his  garments,  casting  lots:  that  it might be fulfilled  which  by  the prophet,  They parted  garments  among them,  and  upon  vesture  did they cast  lots. 

Matthew 27:46
Literal: About then the ninth hour cried out - Jesus in a voice loud saying Eli lema sabachthani That is God of Me so that why Me have you forsaken
KJV: And  about  the ninth  hour  Jesus  cried  with a loud  voice,  saying,  Eli,  lama  sabachthani?  God,  hast thou forsaken 

Matthew 28:10
Literal: Then says to them - Jesus Not fear Go tell the brothers of Me so that they should go into - Galilee and there Me will they see
KJV: Then  said  Jesus  unto them,  not  afraid:  go  tell  brethren  that  they go  into  Galilee,  and there 

Matthew 28:13
Literal: saying Say that the disciples of Him by night having come stole Him we being asleep
KJV: Saying,  Say ye,  His  disciples  came  by night,  and stole  him  slept. 

Matthew 28:14
Literal: And if is heard this by the governor we will persuade him you out of trouble will keep
KJV: And  if  to  the governor's  ears,  will persuade  him,  and  secure 

Matthew 28:18
Literal: And having come to [them] - Jesus spoke to them saying Has been given to Me all authority in heaven on the earth
KJV: And  Jesus  came  and spake  unto them,  saying,  All  power  is given  in  heaven  and  in  earth. 

Matthew 28:20
Literal: teaching them to observe all things whatever I commanded you And behold I with you am all the days until the completion of the age
KJV: Teaching  them  to observe  all things  whatsoever  I have commanded  and,  lo,  am  with  alway,  even unto  the end  of the world. 

Mark 1:2
Literal: As it has been written in - Isaiah the prophet Behold I send the messenger of Me before face of You who will prepare the way
KJV: it is written  in  the prophets,  Behold,  send  messenger  before  face,  which  shall prepare  way 

Mark 1:7
Literal: And he was preaching saying He comes who [is] mightier than I after me of whom not I am sufficient having stooped down to untie the strap of the sandals of Him
KJV: And  preached,  saying,  There cometh  one mightier than  after  the latchet  of whose  shoes  I am  not  worthy  to stoop down  and unloose. 

Mark 1:8
Literal: I baptized you with water He however will baptize with [the] Spirit Holy
KJV: have baptized  with  water:  but  he  shall baptize  with  the Holy  Ghost. 

Mark 1:11
Literal: And a voice came out of the heavens You are the Son of Me beloved in You I am well pleased
KJV: And  there came  a voice  from  heaven,  saying, Thou  beloved  Son,  in  I am well pleased. 

Mark 1:17
Literal: And said to them - Jesus Come after Me I will make you to become fishers of men
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto them,  Come ye  after  and  I will make  to become  fishers  of men. 

Mark 1:24
Literal: saying What to us and to You Jesus of Nazareth Did You come to destroy us I know You who are the Holy [One] - of God
KJV: Saying,  what  to do  thou Jesus  of Nazareth?  art thou come  to destroy  I know  who  the Holy One  of God. 

Mark 1:40
Literal: And comes to Him a leper imploring kneeling down to Him and saying to Him - If You are willing You are able me to cleanse
KJV: And  there came  a leper  to  him,  beseeching  him,  and  kneeling down  to him,  and  saying  unto him,  If  thou wilt,  thou canst  clean. 

Mark 2:14
Literal: And passing on He saw Levi the [son] - of Alphaeus sitting at the tax booth He says to him Follow Me having arisen he followed Him
KJV: And  as he passed by,  Levi  the son of Alphaeus  sitting  at  the receipt of custom,  and  said  unto him,  Follow  And  he arose  and followed  him. 

Mark 3:33
Literal: And He answering them says Who are the mother of Me the brothers of Me
KJV: And  he answered  them,  saying,  Who  mother,  brethren? 

Mark 3:34
Literal: And having looked around on those who around Him in a circle were sitting He says Behold the mother of Me the brothers
KJV: And  he looked  round about  on them which  sat  about  him,  and said,  mother  and  brethren! 

Mark 3:35
Literal: Whoever for - shall do the will - of God he brother of Me and sister mother is
KJV: For  whosoever  shall do  the will  of God,  the same  brother,  and  sister,  and  mother. 

Mark 5:7
Literal: And having cried in a voice loud he said What to me to You Jesus Son - of God the Most High I adjure You - by God not me torment
KJV: And  cried  with a loud  voice,  What  to do  Jesus,  thou Son  of the most high  God?  I adjure  by God,  that thou torment  not. 

Mark 5:9
Literal: And He was asking him What [is] [the] name of you saying he answered Legion [is] name to Me because many we are
KJV: And  he asked  him,  What  name?  And  saying,  name  is Legion:  for  many. 

Mark 5:12
Literal: And they begged Him saying Send us into the pigs so that them we may enter
KJV: And  besought  him,  saying,  Send  into  the swine,  that  we may enter  into  them. 

Mark 5:23
Literal: and he begs Him much saying - The little daughter of me at the end is holding that having come You would lay the hands on her so that she might be cured she shall live
KJV: And  besought  him  greatly,  saying,  little daughter  lieth  at the point of death:  I pray thee, come  and  lay  thy hands  on her,  she may be healed;  and  she shall live. 

Mark 5:30
Literal: And immediately - Jesus having known in Himself the out of Him power having gone forth having turned the crowd said Who of Me touched the garments
KJV: And  Jesus,  immediately  knowing  in  himself  that virtue  had gone  out of  him,  turned him about  in  the press,  Who  touched  clothes? 

Mark 5:31
Literal: And were saying to Him the disciples of Him You see the crowd pressing in on You say You Who Me touched
KJV: And  his  disciples  said  unto him,  Thou seest  the multitude  thronging  and  sayest thou,  Who  touched 

Mark 6:3
Literal: Not this is the carpenter son - of Mary and brother of James Joseph Judas Simon not are the sisters of Him here with us they took offense at Him
KJV: not  this  the carpenter,  the son  of Mary,  the brother  of James,  and  Joses,  and  of Juda,  and  Simon?  and  not  his  sisters  here  with  And  they were offended  at  him. 

Mark 6:16
Literal: Having heard now - Herod was saying Whom I beheaded John he is risen
KJV: But  when Herod  heard  thereof, he said,  It  John,  beheaded:  is risen 

Mark 6:22
Literal: and having come in the daughter of herself - Herodias having danced pleased - Herod those reclining with [him] - And the king said to the girl Ask me whatever if you wish I will give to you
KJV: And  when the daughter  of the said  Herodias  came in,  and  danced,  and  pleased  Herod  and  them that sat with him,  the king  said  unto the damsel,  Ask  whatsoever  thou wilt,  and  I will give 

Mark 6:23
Literal: And he swore to her Whatever that if me you might ask I will give you up to half of the kingdom of me
KJV: And  he sware  unto her,  Whatsoever  thou shalt ask  I will give  unto  the half  kingdom. 

Mark 6:25
Literal: And having entered immediately with haste to the king she asked saying I desire that at once you give to me upon a platter the head of John the Baptist
KJV: And  she came in  straightway  with  haste  unto  the king,  and asked,  saying,  I will  that  thou give  by and by  in  a charger  the head  of John  the Baptist. 

Mark 6:50
Literal: All for Him saw and were troubled - And immediately He spoke with them says to them Take courage I am [He] not fear
KJV: For  they all  him,  and  were troubled.  And  immediately  he talked  with  them,  and  saith  unto them,  Be of good cheer:  it is  I;  not  afraid. 

Mark 7:6
Literal: - And He said to them Rightly prophesied Isaiah concerning you - hypocrites as it has been written - This people with the lips Me honors - but the heart of them far away is kept from Me
KJV: and  said  unto them,  Well  hath Esaias  prophesied  of  hypocrites,  as  it is written,  This  people  honoureth  with their lips,  but  their  heart  is  far  from 

Mark 7:7
Literal: In vain now they worship Me teaching [as] doctrines [the] precepts of men
KJV: Howbeit  in vain  do they worship  teaching  for doctrines  the commandments  of men. 

Mark 7:11
Literal: You however say [that] if says a man to the father or the mother [It is] Corban that is a gift whatever from me you might be profited
KJV: But  say,  If  a man  shall say  to his father  or  mother,  It is Corban,  a gift,  by  whatsoever  thou mightest be profited by 

Mark 7:14
Literal: And having called to [Him] again the crowd He was saying to them Listen to Me all understand
KJV: And  when he had called  all  the people  unto them,  Hearken  every one  of you, and  understand: 

Mark 8:2
Literal: I am moved with compassion upon the crowd because already days three they continue with Me and nothing have that they might eat
KJV: I have compassion  on  the multitude,  because  now  been  three  days,  and  have  nothing  to eat: 

Mark 8:27
Literal: And went forth - Jesus the disciples of Him into the villages of Caesarea - Philippi on the way He was questioning the disciples saying to them Whom Me do pronounce - men to be
KJV: And  Jesus  went out,  and  his  disciples,  into  the towns  of Caesarea  Philippi:  and  by  the way  he asked  his  disciples,  saying  unto them,  Whom  men  say 

Mark 8:29
Literal: And He was questioning them You however whom Me do pronounce to be Answering - Peter says to Him You are the Christ
KJV: And  he  saith  unto them,  But  whom  say  And  Peter  answereth  and saith  unto him,  Thou  the Christ. 

Mark 8:33
Literal: - And having turned and having looked upon the disciples of Him He rebuked Peter said Get behind Me Satan for not you have in mind the things of God but things of men
KJV: But  when he had turned about  and  on his  disciples,  he rebuked  Peter,  saying,  Get thee  behind  Satan:  for  thou savourest  not  the things that be of God,  but  the things that be of men. 

Mark 8:34
Literal: And having called to [Him] the crowd with the disciples of Him He said to them If anyone desires after Me to come let him deny himself let him take up cross let him follow Me
KJV: And  when he had called  the people  unto him with  his  disciples  also, he said  unto them,  will  come  after  let him deny  himself,  and  take up  his  cross,  and  follow 

Mark 8:35
Literal: Whoever for if might desire - life his to save will lose it now - the of him on account of Me and of the gospel he will save
KJV: For  whosoever  will  save  his  life  shall lose  it;  but  whosoever  shall lose  his  life  for  and  the gospel's,  shall save  it. 

Mark 8:38
Literal: Whoever for if may be ashamed of Me and - My words in the generation this - adulterous sinful also the Son - of Man will be ashamed of him when He shall come glory of the Father of Him with the angels - holy
KJV: Whosoever  therefore  shall be ashamed  and  of my  words  in  adulterous  and  sinful  generation;  of him  also  the Son  of man  be ashamed,  when  he cometh  in  the glory  of his  Father  with  the holy  angels. 

Mark 9:5
Literal: And answering - Peter says - to Jesus Rabbi good it is for us here to be let us make three tabernacles for You one for Moses for Elijah
KJV: And  Peter  answered  and said  to Jesus,  Master,  good  here:  and  let us make  three  tabernacles;  and  for Moses,  and  for Elias. 

Mark 9:7
Literal: And there came a cloud overshadowing them a voice out of the cloud This is the Son of Me beloved listen you to Him
KJV: And  there was  a cloud  that overshadowed  them:  and  a voice  out of  the cloud,  This  beloved  Son:  hear  him. 

Mark 9:17
Literal: And answered Him one out of the crowd Teacher I brought the son of me to You having a spirit mute
KJV: And  one  of  the multitude  answered  Master,  I have brought  unto  son,  which hath  a dumb  spirit; 

Mark 9:19
Literal: - And answering him He says O generation unbelieving Until when with you will I be will I bear with you Bring him to Me
KJV: He answereth  him,  and  saith,  faithless  generation,  how long  with  how long  shall I suffer  bring  him  unto 

Mark 9:22
Literal: And often both into fire him it casts waters that it might destroy him But if anything You are able [to do] help us having compassion on us
KJV: And  ofttimes  it hath cast  him  into  the fire,  and  into  the waters,  to  destroy  him:  but  thou canst  have compassion  on  and help 

Mark 9:24
Literal: Immediately having cried out the father of the child was saying I believe help of me the unbelief
KJV: straightway  the father  of the child  cried out,  I believe;  help thou  unbelief. 

Mark 9:25
Literal: Having seen now - Jesus that was running together a crowd He rebuked the spirit - unclean saying to it - Mute and deaf spirit I command you come out of him no more may you enter into him
KJV: When  Jesus  that  the people  came running together,  he rebuked  the foul  spirit,  saying  unto him,  Thou dumb  and  deaf  spirit,  charge  come  out of  him,  and  enter  no more  into  him. 

Mark 9:28
Literal: And having entered He into a house the disciples of Him in private were asking Him Why we not were able to cast out it
KJV: And  when he  was come  into  the house,  his  disciples  asked  him  privately,  Why  could  not  him  out? 

Mark 9:37
Literal: Whoever - one - of such little children shall receive in the name of Me Me receives and shall receive not but the [One] having sent Me
KJV: Whosoever  shall receive  one  of such  children  in  name,  receiveth  and  whosoever  shall receive  not  but  him that sent 

Mark 9:38
Literal: Answered Him - John Teacher we saw someone in the name of You casting out demons who not does follow us and we were forbidding him because he was following us
KJV: John  him,  Master,  one  casting out  devils  name,  and  he followeth  not  and  we forbad  him,  because  he followeth  not 

Mark 9:39
Literal: - And Jesus said Not forbid him No one for there is who will do a work of power in the name of Me and will be able readily to speak evil of Me
KJV: But  Jesus  said,  Forbid  him  not:  for  no man  which  shall do  a miracle  in  name,  that  can  lightly  speak evil 

Mark 9:40
Literal: Whoever for not is against us for is
KJV: For  he that  not  against  part. 

Mark 9:42
Literal: And whoever - might cause to stumble one of the little ones these - believing in Me better it is for him rather if is put a millstone heavy around the neck of him he has been cast into the sea
KJV: And  whosoever  shall offend  one  of these little ones  that believe  in  better  for him  that  were hanged  about  his  neck,  and  he were cast  into  the sea. 

Mark 10:14
Literal: Having seen now - Jesus was indignant and said to them Permit the little children to come to Me not do hinder them To the for such belongs the kingdom - of God
KJV: But  when Jesus  it, he was much displeased,  and  said  unto them,  Suffer  the little children  to come  unto  and  forbid  them  not:  for  of such  the kingdom  of God. 

Mark 10:18
Literal: - And Jesus said to him Why Me call you good No one [is] good if not alone God
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto him,  Why  callest thou  good?  there is none  good  one,  that is, God. 

Mark 10:20
Literal: - And he was saying to Him Teacher these all I have kept from [the] youth of me
KJV: And  unto him,  Master,  all  have I observed  from  youth. 

Mark 10:21
Literal: - And Jesus having looked upon him loved him and said to him One thing to you is lacking Go as much as you have sell give to the poor you will have treasure in heaven come follow Me
KJV: Then  Jesus  beholding  him  loved  him,  and  said  unto him,  One thing  lackest:  go thy way,  sell  whatsoever  thou hast,  and  give  to the poor,  and  thou shalt have  treasure  in  heaven:  and  come,  and follow 

Mark 10:28
Literal: Began to say - Peter to Him Behold we have left all and followed You
KJV: Then  Peter  began  to say  unto him,  Lo,  have left  all,  and  have followed 

Mark 10:29
Literal: Was saying - Jesus Truly I say to you no one there is who has left house or brothers sisters mother father children lands for the sake of me and because of the gospel
KJV: Jesus  Verily  I say  no man  that  hath left  house,  or  brethren,  or  sisters,  or  father,  or  mother,  or  children,  or  lands,  sake,  and  the gospel's, 

Mark 10:35
Literal: And come up to Him James John the two sons of Zebedee saying to Him Teacher we desire that whatever if we might ask you You would do for us
KJV: And  James  and  John,  the sons  of Zebedee,  come  unto him,  saying,  Master,  we would  that  thou shouldest do  whatsoever  we shall desire. 

Mark 10:36
Literal: - And He said to them What do you desire Me to do for you
KJV: And  he said  unto them,  What  would  should do 

Mark 10:37
Literal: - And they said to Him Grant to us that one of [us] at [Your] right hand and at [Your] left hand we might sit in the glory of You
KJV: They said  unto him,  Grant  that  we may sit,  one  on  right hand,  and  the other  on  in  glory. 

Mark 10:38
Literal: - And Jesus said to them Not you know what you ask Are you able to drink the cup which I drink and baptism am baptized to be baptized [with]
KJV: But  Jesus  said  unto them,  Ye know  not  what  ye ask:  can ye  drink  of the cup  that  drink of?  be baptized  with the baptism  that  am baptized with? 

Mark 10:39
Literal: - And they said to Him We are able - Jesus said to them The cup which I drink you will drink and baptism am baptized you will be baptized [with]
KJV: And  they said  unto him,  We can.  And  Jesus  said  unto them,  drink  of the cup  that  drink of;  and  with the baptism  that  am baptized withal 

Mark 10:40
Literal: - but to sit at [the] right hand of Me or at [the] left hand not is Mine to give but [to those] for whom it has been prepared
KJV: But  to sit  on  right hand  on  left hand  not  mine  to give;  but  it shall be given to them for whom  it is prepared. 

Mark 10:47
Literal: And having heard that Jesus of Nazareth it is he began to cry out to say Son of David Jesus have mercy on me
KJV: And  when he heard  that  Jesus  he began  to cry out,  and  say,  Jesus,  thou Son  of David,  have mercy 

Mark 10:48
Literal: And were rebuking him many that he should be silent - but much more he kept crying out Son of David have mercy on me
KJV: And  many  charged  him  that  he should hold his peace:  but  he cried  the more  a great deal,  Thou Son  of David,  have mercy 

Mark 11:10
Literal: Blessed [is] the coming kingdom of the father of us David Hosanna in the highest
KJV: Blessed  be the kingdom  father  David,  that cometh  in  Hosanna  in  the highest. 

Mark 11:17
Literal: And He began teaching was saying to them Not has it been written - The house of Me a house of prayer will be called for all the nations You however have made it a den of robbers
KJV: And  he taught,  unto them,  not  written,  house  shall be called  of all  nations  the house  of prayer?  but  have made  it  a den  of thieves. 

Mark 11:29
Literal: - And Jesus said to them I will ask you one question and you answer Me I will tell you by what authority these things I do
KJV: And  Jesus  answered  and said  unto them,  ask  one  question,  and  answer  and  I will tell  by  what  authority  I do 

Mark 11:30
Literal: The baptism - of John from heaven was it or men Answer Me
KJV: The baptism  of John,  it from  heaven,  or  of  men?  answer 

Mark 11:33
Literal: And answering - to Jesus they say Not do we know - Jesus says to them Neither I tell you by what authority these things I do
KJV: And  they answered  and said  unto Jesus,  cannot  tell.  And  Jesus  answering  saith  unto them,  Neither  do I  tell  by  what  authority  I do 

Mark 12:6
Literal: Yet one having son beloved he sent him last to them saying - They will have respect for the son of me
KJV: Having  yet  one  son,  his  wellbeloved,  he sent  him  last  unto  them,  saying,  They will reverence  son. 

Mark 12:7
Literal: Those however - farmers to themselves said - This is the heir come let us kill him and ours will be the inheritance
KJV: But  those  husbandmen  said  among  themselves,  This  the heir;  come,  let us kill  him,  and  the inheritance 

Mark 12:11
Literal: from [the] Lord was this and it is marvelous in [the] eyes of us
KJV: This  the Lord's  doing,  and  marvellous  in  eyes? 

Mark 12:15
Literal: - And knowing of them the hypocrisy He said to them Why Me do you test Bring Me a denarius that I might see [it]
KJV: But  he, knowing  their  hypocrisy,  said  unto them,  Why  tempt ye  bring  a penny,  that  I may see 

Mark 12:19
Literal: Teacher Moses wrote for us that if of anyone a brother should die and leave behind a wife not leave children that should take the brother of him the wife raise up seed for the brother
KJV: Master,  Moses  wrote  If  a man's  brother  die,  and  leave  his wife  behind him, and  leave  no  children,  that  his  brother  should take  his  wife,  and  raise up  seed  unto his  brother. 

Mark 12:26
Literal: Concerning now the dead that they rise not have you read in the book of Moses on the bush how spoke to him - God saying I [am] the of Abraham and the of Isaac of Jacob
KJV: And  as touching  the dead,  that  they rise:  not  read  in  the book  of Moses,  in  the bush  God  spake  unto him,  saying,  am the God  of Abraham,  and  the God  of Isaac,  and  the God  of Jacob? 

Mark 12:29
Literal: Answered - Jesus The foremost is Hear this O Israel [The] Lord God of us One is
KJV: Jesus  answered  The  first  is, Hear,  O Israel;  The Lord  God  one  Lord: 

Mark 12:36
Literal: Himself David said by the Spirit - Holy [the] Lord to the Lord of me Sit at [the] right hand until - I place of the enemies of You [as] a footstool of the feet
KJV: David  himself  said  by  the Holy  Ghost,  The LORD  said  Lord,  Sit thou  on  right hand,  till  I make  enemies 

Mark 13:4
Literal: Tell us when these things will be And what [will be] the sign when are going to be accomplished all
KJV: Tell  when  and  what  shall be the sign  when  all  shall  be fulfilled? 

Mark 13:6
Literal: Many will come in the name of Me saying - I am [He] and many they will mislead
KJV: many  shall come  in  name,  saying,  am  Christ; and  shall deceive  many. 

Mark 13:9
Literal: Take heed however you to yourselves they will betray you to courts and in synagogues you will be beaten before governors kings you will stand because of Me for a testimony to them
KJV: But  to yourselves:  up  to  councils;  and  in  the synagogues  ye shall be beaten:  and  ye shall be brought  before  rulers  and  kings  sake,  for  a testimony  against them. 

Mark 13:13
Literal: And you will be hated by all on account of the name of Me the [one] however having endured to [the] end he will be saved
KJV: And  hated  of  all  name's sake:  but  he that shall endure  unto  the end,  the same  shall be saved. 

Mark 13:31
Literal: The heaven and the earth will pass away - but the words of Me in no way not
KJV: Heaven  and  earth  shall pass away:  but  words  pass away. 

Mark 14:6
Literal: - And Jesus said Leave alone her why to her trouble do you cause A good work she did toward Me
KJV: And  Jesus  said,  her  alone;  why  trouble ye  her?  she hath wrought  a good  work 

Mark 14:7
Literal: Always for the poor you have with you and whenever you desire you are able them always good to do Me however not do you have
KJV: For  ye have  the poor  with  you  always,  and  whensoever  ye will  ye may  do  them  good:  but  ye have  not  always. 

Mark 14:8
Literal: What she could she did She came beforehand to anoint the body of Me for the burial
KJV: She hath done  what  could:  she is come aforehand  to anoint  body  to  the burying. 

Mark 14:14
Literal: And wherever if he might enter say to the master of the house that the Teacher says Where is the guest room of Me where the Passover with the disciples I may eat
KJV: And  wheresoever  he shall go in,  say ye  to the goodman of the house,  The Master  saith,  Where  the guestchamber,  where  I shall eat  the passover  with  disciples? 

Mark 14:15
Literal: And he you will show an upper room large having been furnished [and] ready there prepare for us
KJV: And  he  will shew  a large  upper room  furnished  and prepared:  there  make ready 

Mark 14:18
Literal: And as were reclining they were eating - Jesus said Truly I say to you that one of you will betray Me who is eating with Me
KJV: And  as they  sat  and  did eat,  Jesus  said,  Verily  I say  One  of  which  eateth  with  shall betray 

Mark 14:19
Literal: They began to be grieved and to say to Him one by Surely not I
KJV: they began  to be sorrowful,  and to  say  unto him  Is it I?  and  said,  Is it I? 

Mark 14:20
Literal: - And He said to them [It is] one of the Twelve who is dipping with Me in the one bowl
KJV: And  and said  unto them,  It is one  the twelve,  that dippeth  with  in  the dish. 

Mark 14:22
Literal: And they were eating of them having taken bread having spoken a blessing He broke gave to them said Take this is the body of Me
KJV: And  as they  did eat,  took  bread,  and blessed,  and brake  it, and  gave  to them,  and  said,  Take,  body. 

Mark 14:24
Literal: And He said to them This is the blood of Me of the covenant which is being poured out for many
KJV: And  he said  unto them,  blood  testament,  which  is shed  many. 

Mark 14:28
Literal: But after - having arisen I will go before you into - Galilee
KJV: But  after  am risen,  I will go before  into  Galilee. 

Mark 14:29
Literal: - And Peter was saying to Him If even all will fall away yet not I
KJV: But  Peter  said  unto him,  Although  all  shall be offended,  yet  will not  I. 

Mark 14:30
Literal: And says to him - Jesus Truly I say to you that yourself now this - night before that twice [the] rooster crows three times Me you will deny
KJV: And  Jesus  saith  unto him,  Verily  I say  That  this day,  night,  before  the cock  crow  twice,  thou shalt deny  thrice. 

Mark 14:31
Literal: - And emphatically he kept saying If it is needful of me to die with You no not You will I deny Likewise now also all of them were saying
KJV: But  If  should  die with  deny  Likewise  also