Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 1537

Word info for ἐκ

Root: ἐκ, ἐκπερισσῶς, ἐκφωνέω
Strongs Number: 1537
Transliteration: [ek, ex]
Phonetics: ek
Etymology: A primary preposition denoting origin (the point whence action or motion proceeds), from, out (of place, time, or cause
Parts of Speech: prep.
Sense: out of, from, by, away from (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:

   1 out of, from, by, away from.

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G1537

ἐκ, ἐξ, Ἐξ, Ἐκ, (ἐκ, [ἐκ], ⧼ἐκ

All words for strongs number G1537 :

Word Occurance
ἐκ 550
ἐξ 187
Ἐκ 17
Ἐξ 7
(ἐκ 2
[ἐκ] 1
⧼ἐκ 1

How strongs number G1537 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
of 202
out of 189
from 173
out from 55
by 38
at 12
for 10
with 7
in 7
among 7
on 6
out 6
[some] of 5
of [the] 4
through 4
at [the] 4
from among 4
out of [the] 3
[one] of 3
from [the] 3
off 2
on account of 1
over 1
from [things] 1
[those] of 1
because of 1
[those] from 1
from out 1
[who] of 1
after 1
on [the] 1
of the 1
between 1
as a result of 1
from out of 1
[is it] out of 1
from [my own] 1
[are] of 1
[was] from 1
[some] from among 1
some of 1
against 1

Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 3:9 Of these stones [εκ των λιτων τουτων]
“Pointing, as he spoke to the pebbles on the beach of the Jordan” (Vincent). [source]
Matthew 3:17 A voice out of the heavens [πωνη εκ των ουρανων]
This was the voice of the Father to the Son whom he identifies as His Son, “my beloved Son.” Thus each person of the Trinity is represented (Father, Son, Holy Spirit) at this formal entrance of Jesus upon his Messianic ministry. John heard the voice, of course, and saw the dove. It was a momentous occasion for John and for Jesus and for the whole world. The words are similar to Psalm 2:7 and the voice at the Transfiguration (Matthew 17:5). The good pleasure of the Father is expressed by the timeless aorist (ευδοκησα — eudokēsa). [source]
Matthew 13:41 Out of his kingdom [εκ της βασιλειας αυτου]
Out from the midst of the kingdom, because in every city the good and the bad are scattered and mixed together. Cf. εκ μεσου των δικαιων — ek mesou tōn dikaiōn in Matthew 13:49 “from the midst of the righteous.” What this means is that, just as the wheat and the darnel are mixed together in the field till the separation at harvest, so the evil are mixed with the good in the world (the field). Jesus does not mean to say that these “stumbling-blocks” (τα σκανδαλα — ta skandala) are actually in the Kingdom of heaven and really members of the Kingdom. They are simply mixed in the field with the wheat and God leaves them in the world till the separation comes. Their destiny is “the furnace of fire” (την καμινον του πυρος — tēn kaminon tou puros). [source]
Matthew 15:18 Out of the mouth [εκ του στοματος]
Spoken words come out of the heart and so are a true index of character. By “heart” (καρδιας — kardias) Jesus means not just the emotional nature, but the entire man, the inward life of “evil thoughts” (διαλογισμοι πονηροι — dialogismoi ponēroi) that issue in words and deeds. “These defile the man,” not “eating with unwashed hands.” The captious quibblings of the Pharisees, for instance, had come out of evil hearts. [source]
Matthew 16:1 A sign from heaven [σημειον εκ του ουρανου]
The scribes and Pharisees had already asked for a sign (Matthew 12:38). Now this new combination adds “from heaven.” What did they have in mind? They may not have had any definite idea to embarrass Jesus. The Jewish apocalypses did speak of spectacular displays of power by the Son of Man (the Messiah). The devil had suggested that Jesus let the people see him drop down from the pinnacle of the temple and the people expected the Messiah to come from an unknown source (John 7:27) who would do great signs (John 7:31). Chrysostom (Hom. liii.) suggests stopping the course of the sun, bridling the moon, a clap of thunder. [source]
Matthew 20:2 For a penny a day [εκ δηναριου την ημεραν]
See note on Matthew 18:28. “Penny” is not adequate, “shilling” Moffatt has it. The ek with the ablative represents the agreement (sunphōnēsas) with the workmen “The day” the Greek has it, an accusative of extent of time. [source]
Mark 5:2 Out of the boat [εκ του πλοιου]
Straightway Mark has many touches about this miracle not retained in Matthew and Luke. See notes on Matthew 8:28. [source]
Mark 11:14 No man eat fruit from thee henceforward forever [Μηκετι εις τον αιωνα εκ σου μηδεις καρπον παγοι]
The verb παγοι — phagoi is in the second aorist active optative. It is a wish for the future that in its negative form constitutes a curse upon the tree. Matthew 21:19 has the aorist subjunctive with double negative ου μηκετι γενηται — ou mēketi genētai a very strong negative prediction that amounts to a prohibition. See Matthew. Jesus probably spoke in the Aramaic on this occasion. [source]
Mark 11:20 From the roots [εκ ριζων]
Mark alone gives this detail with εχηραμμενην — exērammenēn perfect passive predicate participle from χηραινω — xērainō f0). [source]
Mark 12:25 When they shall rise from the dead [οταν εκ νεκρων αναστωσιν]
Second aorist active subjunctive with οταν — hotan Matthew 22:30 has it “in the resurrection,” Luke 20:35 “to attain to the resurrection.” The Pharisees regarded the future resurrection body as performing marriage functions, as Mohammedans do today. The Pharisees were in error on this point. The Sadducees made this one of their objections to belief in the resurrection body, revealing thus their own ignorance of the true resurrection body and the future life where marriage functions do not exist. [source]
Mark 16:19 Sat down at the right hand of God [εκατισεν εκ δεχιων του τεου]
Swete notes that the author “passes beyond the field of history into that of theology,” an early and most cherished belief (Acts 7:55.; Romans 8:34; Ephesians 1:20; Colossians 3:1; Hebrews 1:3; Hebrews 8:1; Hebrews 10:12; Hebrews 12:2; 1 Peter 3:22; Revelation 3:21). [source]
Luke 1:5 Of the daughters of Aaron [εκ των τυγατερων Ααρων]
“To be a priest and married to a priest‘s daughter was a double distinction” (Plummer). Like a preacher married to a preacher‘s daughter. [source]
Luke 1:15 Even from his mother‘s womb [ετι εκ κοιλιας μητρος αυτου]
A manifest Hebraism. Cf. Luke 1:41. [source]
Luke 8:3 Of their substance [εκ των υπαρχοντων αυταις]
From the things belonging to them. This is the first woman‘s missionary society for the support of missionaries of the Gospel. They had difficulties in their way, but they overcame these, so great was their gratitude and zeal. [source]
Luke 9:35 Out of the cloud [εκ της νεπελης]
This voice was the voice of the Father like that at the baptism of Jesus (Luke 3:22; Mark 1:11; Matthew 3:17) and like that near the end (John 12:28-30) when the people thought it was a clap of thunder or an angel.My son, my chosen (ο υιος μου ο εκλελεγμενος — Ho huios mou ho eklelegmenos). So the best documents (Aleph B L Syriac Sinaitic). The others make it “My Beloved” as in Mark 9:7; Matthew 17:5. These disciples are commanded to hear Jesus, God‘s Son, even when he predicts his death, a pointed rebuke to Simon Peter as to all. [source]
Luke 11:54 To catch something out of his mouth [τηρευσαι το εκ του στοματος αυτου]
An old Greek verb, though here only in the N.T., from τηρα — thēra (cf. Romans 11:9), to ensnare, to catch in hunting, to hunt. These graphic words from the chase show the rage of the rabbis toward Jesus. Luke gives more details here than in Luke 20:45-47; Matthew 23:1-7, but there is no reason at all why Jesus should not have had this conflict at the Pharisee‘s breakfast before that in the temple in the great Tuesday debate. [source]
Luke 12:15 In the abundance of the things which he possesseth [εν τωι περισσευειν τινι εκ των υπαρχοντων αυτωι]
A rather awkward Lukan idiom: “In the abounding (articular infinitive) to one out of the things belonging (articular participle) to him.” [source]
Luke 12:36 When he shall return from the marriage feast [ποτε αναλυσηι εκ των γαμων]
The interrogative conjunction ποτε — pote and the deliberative aorist subjunctive retained in the indirect question. The verb αναλυω — analuō very common Greek verb, but only twice in the N.T. (here and Philemon 1:23). The figure is breaking up a camp or loosening the mooring of a ship, to depart. Perhaps here the figure is from the standpoint of the wedding feast (plural as used of a single wedding feast in Luke 14:8), departing from there. See note on Matthew 22:2. [source]
Luke 15:16 With the husks [εκ των κερατιων]
The word occurs here alone in the N.T. and is a diminutive of κερας — keras (horn) and so means little horn. It is used in various senses, but here refers to the pods of the carob tree or locust tree still common in Palestine and around the Mediterranean, so called from the shape of the pods like little horns, Bockshornbaum in German or goat‘s-horn tree. The gelatinous substance inside has a sweetish taste and is used for feeding swine and even for food by the lower classes. It is sometimes called Saint John‘s Bread from the notion that the Baptist ate it in the wilderness. No man gave unto him Imperfect active. Continued refusal of anyone to allow him even the food of the hogs. [source]
Luke 16:9 By the mammon of unrighteousness [εκ του μαμωνα της αδικιας]
By the use of what is so often evil (money). In Matthew 6:24 mammon is set over against God as in Luke 16:13 below. Jesus knows the evil power in money, but servants of God have to use it for the kingdom of God. They should use it discreetly and it is proper to make friends by the use of it. [source]
Luke 23:7 Of Herod‘s jurisdiction [εκ της εχουσιας ηρωιδου]
Herod was naturally jealous of any encroachment by Pilate, the Roman Procurator of Judea. So here was a chance to respect the prerogative First aorist active indicative of αναπεμπω — anapempō This common verb is used of sending back as in Luke 23:11 or of sending up to a higher court as of Paul to Caesar (Acts 25:21).Who himself also was Being also himself in Jerusalem. Present active participle of ειμι — eimi f0). [source]
John 1:46 Can any good thing come out of Nazareth? [Εκ Ναζαρετ δυναται τι αγατον ειναι]
Literally, “Out of Nazareth can anything good be.” There is a tinge of scorn in the question as if Nazareth (note position at beginning of sentence) had a bad name. Town rivalry may account to some extent for it since Cana (home of Nathanael) was near Nazareth. Clearly he had never heard of Jesus. The best thing in all the world came out of Nazareth, but Philip does not argue the point. A saying had arisen that no prophet comes out of Galilee (John 7:52), untrue like many such sayings. Come and see Present middle imperative (come on) and second active imperative (and see at once). Philip followed the method of Jesus with Andrew and John (John 1:39), probably without knowing it. Wise is the one who knows how to deal with the sceptic. [source]
John 2:15 A scourge of cords [πραγελλιον εκ σχοινιων]
The Latin flagellum. In papyri, here only in N.T. and note Latin l becomes r in Koiné. ρ — Schoiniōn is a diminutive of Σχοινιων — schoinos (a rush), old word for rope, in N.T. only here and Acts 27:32. Cast out Second aorist active indicative of εχεβαλεν — ekballō It is not said that Jesus smote the sheep and oxen (note εκβαλλω — te kai both and), for a flourish of the scourge would answer. He poured out Second aorist active indicative of εχεχεεν — ekcheō to pour out. The changers‘ money “The small pieces of money First aorist active indicative of τας τραπεζας ανετρεπσεν — anatrepō to turn up, though some MSS. have ανατρεπω — anestrepsen from ανεστρεπσεν — anastrephō also to turn up. [source]
John 2:22 When therefore he was raised from the dead [οτε ουν ηγερτη εκ νεκρων]
First aorist passive indicative of εγειρω — egeirō to raise up. And not at first then, but only slowly after the disciples themselves were convinced. Then “they believed the Scripture” They “believed” again. Dative case γραπηι — graphēi Probably Psalm 16:10 is meant (Acts 2:31; Acts 13:35). And the word which Jesus had said Dative case λογωι — logōi also, but ον — hon (relative) is not attracted to the dative. Clearly then John interprets Jesus to have a parabolic reference to his death and resurrection by his language in John 2:19. There are those who bluntly say that John was mistaken. I prefer to say that these scholars are mistaken. Even Bernard considers it “hardly possible” that John interprets Jesus rightly in John 1:21. “Had he meant that, He would have spoken with less ambiguity.” But how do we know that Jesus wished to be understood clearly at this time? Certainly no one understood Christ when he spoke the words. The language of Jesus is recalled and perverted at his trial as “I will destroy” (Mark 14:58), “I can destroy” (Matthew 26:61), neither of which he said. [source]
John 3:13 But he that descended out of heaven [ει μη ο εκ του ουρανου καταβας]
The Incarnation of the Pre-existent Son of God who was in heaven before he came down and so knows what he is telling about “the heavenly things.” There is no allusion to the Ascension which came later. This high conception of Christ runs all through the Gospel and is often in Christ‘s own words as here. Which is in heaven This phrase is added by some manuscripts, not by Aleph B L W 33, and, if genuine, would merely emphasize the timeless existence of God‘s Son who is in heaven even while on earth. Probably a gloss. But “the Son of man” is genuine. He is the one who has come down out of heaven. [source]
John 3:27 Except it have been given him from heaven [εαν μη ηι δεδομενον αυτωι εκ του ουρανου]
See the same idiom in John 6:65 (cf. John 19:11). Condition of third class, undetermined with prospect of determination, αποστελλω — ean mē with the periphrastic perfect passive subjunctive of didōmi The perfect tense is rare in the subjunctive and an exact rendering into English is awkward, “unless it be granted him from heaven.” See 1 Corinthians 4:7 where Paul says the same thing. [source]
John 6:8 One of [εις εκ]
So in John 12:4; John 13:23; Mark 13:1 without εκ — ek Simon Peter‘s brother So described in John 1:40. The great distinction of Andrew was precisely this that he brought Simon to Christ. Philip and Andrew appear together again in John 12:20-22, but in the Synoptics he is distinguished only in Mark 13:3. In the Muratorian Fragment Andrew received the revelation for John to write the Fourth Gospel. [source]
John 6:65 Except it be given him of the Father [εαν μη ηι δεδομενον αυτωι εκ του πατρος]
Condition of third class with εαν μη — ean mē and periphrastic perfect passive subjunctive of διδωμι — didōmi Precisely the same point as in John 6:44 where we have ελκυσηι — helkusēi instead of ηι δεδομενον — ēi dedomenon The impulse to faith comes from God. Jesus does not expect all to believe and seems to imply that Judas did not truly believe. [source]
John 6:66 Upon this [εκ τουτου]
Same idiom in John 19:12. “Out of this saying or circumstance.” Jesus drew the line of cleavage between the true and the false believers. Went back Aorist (ingressive) active indicative of απερχομαι — aperchomai with εις τα οπισω — eis ta opisō “to the rear” (the behind things) as in John 18:6. Walked no more with him Imperfect active of περιπατεω — peripateō The crisis had come. These half-hearted seekers after the loaves and fishes and political power turned abruptly from Jesus, walked out of the synagogue with a deal of bluster and were walking with Jesus no more. Jesus had completely disillusioned these hungry camp-followers who did not care for spiritual manna that consisted in intimate appropriation of the life of Jesus as God‘s Son. [source]
John 7:25 Some therefore of them of Jerusalem [ουν τινες εκ των Ιεροσολυμειτων]
The people of the city in contrast to the multitude of pilgrims at the feast. They form a separate group. The word is made from Ιεροσολυμα — Ierosoluma and occurs in Josephus and 4Maccabees. In N.T. only here and Mark 1:5. These Jerusalem people knew better than the pilgrims the designs of the rulers (Vincent). Is not this? Expecting affirmative answer. Clearly they were not as familiar with the appearance of Jesus as the Galilean multitude (Dods). They seek The plural refers to the group of leaders already present (John 7:15) to whom the Jerusalem crowd probably pointed. They knew of their threats to kill Jesus (John 5:18). [source]
John 7:40 Some of the multitude [εκ του οχλου]
Τινες — Tines (some) to be supplied, a common Greek idiom. Of a truth “Truly.” See John 1:47. The prophet The one promised to Moses (Deuteronomy 18:15) and long expected. See note on John 1:21. Proof of the deep impression made by Jesus. [source]
John 7:48 Hath any of the rulers believed on him? [Μη τις εκ των αρχοντων επιστευσεν εις αυτον]
Negative answer sharply expected. First aorist active indicative of πιστευω — pisteuō “Did any one of the rulers believe on him?” “What right have subordinates to have a mind of their own?” (Dods). These police were employed by the temple authorities (rulers). “Power was slipping through their fingers” (Dods) and that was the secret of their hostility to Jesus. Or of the Pharisees A wider circle and the most orthodox of all. [source]
John 7:52 Art thou also of Galilee? [Μη και συ εκ της Γαλιλαιας ει]
Formally negative answer expected by μη — mē but really they mean to imply that Nicodemus from local feeling or prejudice has lined himself up with this Galilean mob That out of Galilee ariseth no prophet As a matter of fact Jonah, Hosea, Nahum, possibly also Elijah, Elisha, and Amos were from Galilee. It was simply the rage of the Sanhedrin against Jesus regardless of the facts. Westcott suggests that they may have reference to the future, but that is a mere excuse for them. [source]
John 8:23 Ye are from beneath [υμεις εκ των κατω]
This language, peculiar to John, could take up the idea in Josephus that these rabbis came from Gehenna whence they will go as children of the devil (John 8:44), but the use of εκ του κοσμου τουτου — ek tou kosmou toutou (“of this world” in origin) as parallel to what we have here seems to prove that the contrast between κατω — katō and ανω — anō here is between the earthly (sensual) and the heavenly as in James 3:15-17. See also Colossians 3:1. This is the only use of κατω — katō in John (except John 8:6). These proud rabbis had their origin in this world of darkness (John 1:9) with all its limitations. I am from above The contrast is complete in origin and character, already stated in John 3:31, and calculated to intensify their anger. [source]
John 8:44 Ye are of your father the devil [υμεις εκ του πατρος του διαβολου]
Certainly they can “understand” It was like a bombshell in spite of the preliminary preparation. Your will to do Present active indicative of τελω — thelō and present active infinitive, “Ye wish to go on doing.” This same idea Jesus presents in Matthew 13:38 (the sons of the evil one, the devil) and Matthew 23:15 (twofold more a son of Gehenna than you). See also 1 John 3:8 for “of the devil” He even called them “broods of vipers” as Jesus did later (Matthew 12:34). A murderer Old and rare word (Euripides) from αντρωπος — anthrōpos man, and κτεινω — kteinō to kill. In N.T. only here and 1 John 3:15. The Jews were seeking to kill Jesus and so like their father the devil. Stood not in the truth Since ουκ — ouk not ουχ — ouch is genuine, the form of the verb is εστεκεν — esteken the imperfect of the late present stem στηκω — stēkō (Mark 11:25) from the perfect active εστηκα — hestēka (intransitive) of ιστημι — histēmi to place. No truth in him Inside him or outside (environment). The devil and truth have no contact. When he speaketh a lie Indefinite temporal clause with οταν — hotan and the present active subjunctive of λαλεω — laleō But note the article το — to “Whenever he speaks the lie,” as he is sure to do because it is his nature. Hence “he speaks out of his own” For he is a liar Old word for the agent in a conscious falsehood See 1 John 1:10; Romans 3:4. Common word in John because of the emphasis on αλητεια — alētheia (truth). And the father thereof (και ο πατηρ αυτου — kai ho patēr autou). Either the father of the lie or of the liar, both of which are true as already shown by Jesus. Autou in the genitive can be either neuter or masculine. Westcott takes it thus, “because he is a liar and his father (the devil) is a liar,” making “one,” not the devil, the subject of “whenever he speaks,” a very doubtful expression. [source]
John 8:47 He that is of God [ο ων εκ του τεου]
See this use of εκ — ek in John 3:31. “Their not listening proved that they were not of God” (Dods). They were of the earth and the devil, not of God. [source]
John 9:1 From his birth [εκ γενετης]
Ablative case with εκ — ek of old word from γενω γινομαι — genō class="normal greek">τυπλος εκ γενετης — ginomai Here alone in N.T., but the phrase tuphlos ek genetēs is common in Greek writers. Probably a well-known character with his stand as a beggar (John 9:5). [source]
John 9:32 Since the world began [εκ του αιωνος]
Literally, “from the age,” “from of old.” Elsewhere in the N.T. we have απο του αιωνος — apo tou aiōnos or απ αιωνος — ap 'aiōnos (Luke 1:70; Acts 3:21; Acts 15:18) as is common in the lxx. Of a man born blind Perfect passive participle of γενναω — gennaō This is the chief point and the man will not let it be overlooked, almost rubs it in, in fact. It was congenital blindness. [source]
John 10:26 Because ye are not of my sheep [οτι εκ των προβατων μου]
This had been the point in the allegory of the Good Shepherd. In fact, they were the children of the devil in spirit and conduct (John 8:43), pious ecclesiastics though they seemed, veritable wolves in sheep‘s clothing (Matthew 7:15). [source]
John 9:24 A second time [εκ δευτερου]
He had given the Pharisees the facts the first time (John 9:15). It was really the third time (see παλιν — palin in John 9:17). Now it was like a joke unless the Pharisees meant to imply that his previous story was untrue. Give glory to God Second aorist active imperative of διδωμι — didōmi (cf. σχεσ ες — sches class="normal greek">αμαρτωλος εστιν — hes). This phrase does not mean gratitude to God as in Luke 17:18. It is rather an adjuration to speak the truth (Joshua 7:19; 1 Samuel 6:5) as if he had not done it before. Augustine says: “Quid est Da gloriam Deo? Nega quod accepisti. ” Is a sinner (δικαιος — hamartōlos estin). They can no longer deny the fact of the cure since the testimony of the parents (John 9:19) and now wish the man to admit that he was lying in saying that Jesus healed him. He must accept their ecclesiastical authority as proving that Jesus had nothing to do with the cure since Jesus is a sinner. They wish to decide the fact by logic and authority like all persecutors through the ages. Recall the Pharisaic distinction between αμαρτωλος — dikaios (righteous) and hamartōlos (sinner). [source]
John 10:32 From the Father [εκ του πατρος]
Proceeding out of the Father as in John 6:65; John 16:28 (cf. John 7:17; John 8:42, John 8:47) rather than παρα — para as in John 1:14; John 6:46; John 7:29; John 17:7. For which of those works Literally, “For what kind of work of them” (referring to the “many good works” πολλα εργα καλα — polla erga kala). Noble and beautiful deeds Jesus had done in Jerusalem like healing the impotent man (chapter 5) and the blind man (chapter 9). Ποιον — Poion is a qualitative interrogative pronoun pointing to καλα — kala (good). Do ye stone me Conative present active indicative, “are ye trying to stone me.” They had the stones in their hands stretched back to fling at him, a threatening attitude. [source]
John 12:27 Father, save me from this hour [πατερ σωσον με εκ της ωρας ταυτης]
Jesus began his prayers with “Father” (John 11:41). Dods thinks that this should be a question also. Westcott draws a distinction between απο — ek (out of) and εκ — apo (from) to show that Jesus does not pray to draw back from the hour, but only to come safely out of it all and so interprets εκ — ek in Hebrews 5:7, but that distinction will not stand, for in John 1:44 απο — ek and απο — apo are used in the same sense and in the Synoptics (Mark 14:35.; Matthew 26:39; Luke 22:42) we have αλλα δια τουτο ηλτον εις την ωραν ταυτην — apo If it holds here, we lose the point there. Here as in Gethsemane the soul of Jesus instinctively and naturally shrinks from the Cross, but he instantly surrenders to the will of God in both experiences. But for this cause came I unto this hour (alla dia touto ēlthon eis tēn hōran tautēn). It was only a moment of human weakness as in Gethsemane that quickly passed. Thus understood the language has its natural meaning. [source]
John 12:32 And I, if I be lifted from the earth [καγω αν υπσωτω εκ της γης]
Note proleptic position of εγω — egō (I). Condition of third class (undetermined with prospect) with αν — an (= εαν — ean here) with first aorist passive subjunctive of υπσοω — hupsoō the verb used in John 3:14 of the brazen serpent and of the Cross of Christ as here and also in John 8:28. Westcott again presses εκ — ek instead of απο — apo to make it refer to the ascension rather than to the Cross, a wrong interpretation surely. Will draw all men unto myself Future active of ελκυω — helkuō late form of ελκω — helkō to draw, to attract. Jesus had already used this verb of the Father‘s drawing power (John 6:44). The magnetism of the Cross is now known of all men, however little they understand the mystery of the Cross. By “all men” (παντας — pantas) Jesus does not mean every individual man, for some, as Simeon said (Luke 2:34) are repelled by Christ, but this is the way that Greeks (John 12:22) can and will come to Christ, by the way of the Cross, the only way to the Father (John 14:6). [source]
John 12:34 Out of the law [εκ του νομου]
That is, “out of the Scriptures” (John 10:34; John 15:25). The Christ abideth forever Timeless present active indicative of μενω — menō to abide, remain. Perhaps from Psalm 89:4; Psalm 110:4; Isaiah 9:7; Ezekiel 37:25; Daniel 7:14. How sayest thou? In opposition to the law (Scripture). The Son of man Accusative case of general reference with the infinitive υπσωτηναι — hupsōthēnai (first aorist passive of υπσοω — hupsoō and taken in the sense of death by the cross as Jesus used it in John 12:32). Clearly the crowd understand Jesus to be “the Son of man” and take the phrase to be equivalent to “the Christ.” This is the obvious way to understand the two terms in their reply, and not, as Bernard suggests, that they saw no connexion between “the Christ” (the Messiah) and “the Son of man.” The use of “this” (ουτος — houtos) in the question that follows is in contrast to John 12:32. The Messiah (the Son of man) abides forever and is not to be crucified as you say he “must” (δει — dei) be. [source]
John 13:4 Riseth from supper [εγειρεται εκ του δειπνου]
Vivid dramatic present middle indicative of εγειρω — egeirō From the couch on which he was reclining. Layeth aside Same dramatic present active of τιτημι — tithēmi His garments The outer robe ταλλιτ — tallith Jesus had already rebuked the apostles for their strife for precedence at the beginning of the meal (Luke 22:24-30). A towel Latin word linteum, linen cloth, only in this passage in the N.T. Girded himself First aorist active indicative of διαζωννυω — diazōnnuō (-υμι — umi), old and rare compound (in Plutarch, lxx, inscriptions, and papyri), to gird all around. In N.T. only in John (John 13:4, John 13:5; John 21:7). Did Peter not recall this incident when in 1 Peter 5:5 he exhorts all to “gird yourselves with humility” (την ταπεινοπροσυνην εγκομβωσαστε — tēn tapeinophrosunēn egkombōsasthe)? [source]
John 16:17 Some of the disciples [εκ των ματητων αυτου]
Ellipsis of time (some) before εκ — ek as in John 7:40. Jesus seemed to contradict himself, for the disciples took both verbs in the same sense and were still puzzled over the going to the Father of John 14:3. But they talk to one another, not to Jesus. [source]
John 16:28 I came out from the Father [εχηλτον εκ του πατρος]
Definite act (aorist), the Incarnation, with repetition of εκ — ek (out of), while in John 16:27 we have Perfect active indicative of ερχομαι — erchomai as in John 18:37. The Incarnation is now a permanent fact, once only a blessed hope (John 11:27). His leaving the world and going to the Father does not set aside the fact of the Incarnation. Both απιημι — aphiēmi (I leave) and πορευομαι — poreuomai (I go) are futuristic present indicatives. [source]
John 17:14 Not of the world [ουκ εκ του κοσμου]
They are “in the world” (εν τωι κοσμωι — en tōi kosmōi John 17:13) still and Christ sends them “into the world” (εις τον κοσμον — eis ton kosmon John 17:18), but they must not be like the world nor get their spirit, standards, and message “out of the world,” else they can do the world no good. These John 17:14-19 picture the Master‘s ideal for believers and go far towards explaining the failure of Christians in winning the world to Christ. Too often the world fails to see the difference or the gain by the change. [source]
Acts 2:25 On my right hand [εκ δεχιων μου]
The Lord Jehovah like a defender or advocate stands at David‘s right hand as in trials in court (Psalm 109:31). [source]
Acts 4:10 Whom God raised from the dead [ον ο τεος ηγειρεν εκ νεκρων]
Note repetition of ον — hon (whom). This is God‘s answer to their act of crucifixion. [source]
Acts 5:39 But if it is of God [ει δε εκ τεου εστιν]
The second alternative is a condition of the first class, determined as fulfilled, ει — ei with the present indicative. By the use of this idiom Gamaliel does put the case more strongly in favor of the apostles than against them. This condition assumes that the thing is so without affirming it to be true. On the basis of this alternative Gamaliel warns the Sanhedrin that they cannot “overthrow” (καταλυσαι — katalusai) these men for they in that case must “overthrow” God, lest haply ye be found (μη ποτευρετητε — mē potė̇hurethēte negative purpose with first aorist passive subjunctive) even to be fighting against God (και τεομαχοι — kai theomachoi late adjective from τεος — theos and μαχομαι — machomai in lxx and here only in the N.T.). [source]
Acts 6:9 The synagogue of the Libertines [εκ της συναγωγης της λεγομενης Λιβερτινων]
The Libertines (Latin libertinus, a freedman or the son of a freedman) were Jews, once slaves of Rome (perhaps descendants of the Jews taken to Rome as captives by Pompey), now set free and settled in Jerusalem and numerous enough to have a synagogue of their own. Schuerer calls a Talmudic myth the statement that there were 480 synagogues in Jerusalem. There were many, no doubt, but how many no one knows. These places of worship and study were in all the cities of the later times where there were Jews enough to maintain one. Apparently Luke here speaks of five such synagogues in Jerusalem (that of the Libertines, of the Cyrenians, of the Alexandrians, of Cilicia, and of Asia). There probably were enough Hellenists in Jerusalem to have five such synagogues. But the language of Luke is not clear on this point. He may make only two groups instead of five since he uses the article των — tōn twice (once before Λιβερτινων και Κυρηναιων και Αλεχανδρεων — Libertinōn kai Kurēnaiōn kai Alexandreōn again before απο Κιλικιας και Ασιας — apo Kilikias kai Asias). He also changes from the genitive plural to απο — apo before Cilicia and Asia. But, leaving the number of the synagogues unsettled whether five or two, it is certain that in each one where Stephen appeared as a Hellenist preaching Jesus as the Messiah he met opposition. Certain of them “arose” Present active participle of συνζητεω — sunzēteō to question together as the two on the way to Emmaus did (Luke 24:15). Such interruptions were common with Jews. They give a skilled speaker great opportunity for reply if he is quick in repartee. Evidently Stephen was fully equipped for the emergency. One of their synagogues had men from Cilicia in it, making it practically certain that young Saul of Tarsus, the brilliant student of Gamaliel, was present and tried his wits with Stephen. His ignominious defeat may be one explanation of his zest in the stoning of Stephen (Acts 8:1). [source]
Acts 7:10 Delivered him out [εχειλατο αυτον εκ]
First aorist middle indicative of εχαιρεω — exaireō old verb to take out, snatch out. Note repetition of εκ — ek [source]
Acts 8:39 Out of the water [εκ του υδατος]
Not from the edge of the water, but up out of the water as in Mark 1:10. [source]
Acts 10:45 They of the circumcision which believed [οι εκ περιτομης πιστοι]
The believing ones of the circumcision, more exactly. [source]
Acts 11:2 They that were of the circumcision [οι εκ περιτομης]
Literally, those of circumcision (on the side of circumcision, of the circumcision party). The phrase in Acts 10:46 is confined to the six brethren with Peter in Caesarea (Acts 11:12). That can hardly be the meaning here for it would mean that they were the ones who brought the charge against Peter though Hort takes this view. All the disciples in Jerusalem were Jews so that it can hardly mean the whole body. In Galatians 2:12 the phrase has the narrower sense of the Judaizing or Pharisaic wing of the disciples (Acts 15:5) who made circumcision necessary for all Gentile converts. Probably here by anticipation Luke so describes the beginning of that great controversy. The objectors probably did not know of Peter‘s vision at Joppa, but only of the revolutionary conduct of Peter in Caesarea. These extremists who spoke probably had abundant sympathy in their protest. The apostles are mentioned in Acts 11:1, but are not referred to in Acts 11:2. Apparently they are in contrast with the circumcision party in the church. [source]
Acts 13:30 But God raised him from the dead [ο δε τεος ηγειρεν εκ νεκρων]
This crucial fact Paul puts sharply as he always did. [source]
Acts 17:3 To rise again from the dead [αναστηναι εκ νεκρων]
This second aorist active infinitive αναστηναι — anastēnai is also the subject of εδει — edei The actual resurrection of Jesus was also a necessity as Paul says he preached to them (1 Thessalonians 4:14) and argued always from Scripture (1 Corinthians 15:3-4) and from his own experience (Acts 9:22; Acts 22:7; Acts 26:8, Acts 26:14; 1 Corinthians 15:8). [source]
Acts 17:33 Thus Paul went out from among them [ουτως ο Παυλος εχηλτεν εκ μεσου αυτων]
No further questions, no effort to arrest him, no further ridicule. He walked out never to return to Athens. Had he failed? [source]
Acts 19:33 And they brought Alexander out of the crowd [εκ δε του οχλου συνεβιβασαν Αλεχανδρον]
The correct text (Aleph A B) has this verb συνεβιβασαν — sunebibasan (from συνβιβαζω — sunbibazō to put together) instead of προεβιβασαν — proebibasan (from προβιβαζω — probibazō to put forward). It is a graphic word, causal of βαινω — bainō to go, and occurs in Acts 16:10; Colossians 2:19; Ephesians 4:16. Evidently some of the Jews grew afraid that the mob would turn on the Jews as well as on the Christians. Paul was a Jew and so was Aristarchus, one of the prisoners. The Jews were as strongly opposed to idolatry as were the Christians. [source]
Acts 19:34 An with one voice cried out [πωνη εγενετο μια εκ παντων κραζοντων]
Anacoluthon or construction according to sense. Literally, “one voice arose from all crying.” Κραζοντων — Krazontōn agrees in case (ablative) with παντων — pantōn but Aleph A have κραζοντες — krazontes This loose construction is not uncommon (Robertson, Grammar, pp. 436f.). Now at last the crowd became unanimous (one voice) at the sight of a hated Jew about to defend their attacks on the worship of Artemis. The unanimity lasted “about the space of two hours” (οσει επι ωρας δυο — hosei epi hōras duo), “as if for two hours.” Their creed centred in this prolonged yell: “Great is Artemis of the Ephesians” with which the disturbance started (Acts 19:28). [source]
Acts 23:34 Of what province he was [εκ ποιας επαρχειας εστιν]
Tense of εστιν — estin (is) retained in indirect question. Ποιας — Poias is strictly “of what kind of” province, whether senatorial or imperial. Cilicia, like Judea, was under the control of the propraetor of Syria (imperial province). Paul‘s arrest was in Jerusalem and so under the jurisdiction of Felix unless it was a matter of insurrection when he could appeal to the propraetor of Syria. [source]
Acts 24:10 That thou hast been of many years a judge [εκ πολλων ετων οντα σε κριτην]
The participle in indirect assertion after επισταμενος — epistamenos (Robertson, Grammar, p. 1041). Paul goes as far as he can in the way of a compliment. For seven years Felix has been governor, οντα — onta being a sort of progressive present participle with εκ πολλων ετων — ek pollōn etōn (Robertson, Grammar, p. 892). [source]
Acts 27:29 From the stern [εκ πρυμνης]
Old word, but in N.T. only in Mark 4:38; here and 41 in contrast with πρωιρα — prōira (prow). The usual practice was and is to anchor by the bows. “With a view to running the ship ashore anchoring from the stern would, it is said, be best” (Page). Nelson is quoted as saying that he had been reading Acts 27 the morning of the Battle of Copenhagen (April, 1801) where he anchored his ships from the stern. [source]
Acts 27:30 From the foreship [εκ πρωιρης]
Old word for prow of the ship. In the N.T. only here and Acts 27:41. Note here εκτεινειν — ekteinein (lay out, stretch out) rather than ριπσαντες — rhipsantes (casting) in Acts 27:29, for they pretended to need the small boat to stretch out or lay out the anchors in front. [source]
Romans 3:30 By faith [εκ πιστεως]
“Out of faith,” springing out of. Through faith (δια της πιστεως — dia tēs pisteōs). “By means of the faith” (just mentioned). Εκ — Ek denotes source, δια — dia intermediate agency or attendant circumstance. [source]
Romans 4:16 Of faith [εκ πιστεως]
As the source. [source]
Romans 4:16 Not to that only which is of the law [ου τωι εκ του νομου μονον]
Another instance where μονον — monon (see Romans 4:12) seems in the wrong place. Normally the order would be, ου μονον τωι εκ του νομου αλλα και κτλ — ou monon tōi ek tou nomouclass="translit"> alla kai ktl f0). [source]
Romans 5:1 Being therefore justified by faith [δικαιωτεντες ουν εκ πιστεως]
First aorist passive participle of δικαιοω — dikaioō to set right and expressing antecedent action to the verb εχωμεν — echōmen The ουν — oun refers to the preceding conclusive argument (chapters 1 to 4) that this is done by faith. [source]
Romans 5:16 Of many trespasses [εκ πολλων παραπτωματων]
The gift by Christ grew out of manifold sins by Adam‘s progeny. [source]
Romans 7:24 Out of the body of this death [εκ του σωματος του τανατου τουτου]
So the order of words demands. See Romans 7:13 for “death” which finds a lodgment in the body (Lightfoot). If one feels that Paul has exaggerated his own condition, he has only to recall 1 Timothy 1:15 when he describes himself a chief of sinners. He dealt too honestly with himself for Pharisaic complacency to live long. [source]
Romans 9:12 But of him that calleth [αλλ εκ του καλουντος]
Present active articular participle of καλεω — kaleō in the ablative case after εκ — ek The source of the selection is God himself. Paul quotes Genesis 25:33 (lxx). [source]
Romans 9:30 Which is of faith [την εκ πιστεως]
As Paul has repeatedly shown, the only way to get the God-kind of righteousness. [source]
Romans 11:15 Life from the dead [ζωη εκ νεκρων]
Already the conversion of Jews had become so difficult. It is like a miracle of grace today, though it does happen. Many think that Paul means that the general resurrection and the end will come when the Jews are converted. Possibly so, but it is by no means certain. His language may be merely figurative. [source]
Romans 14:23 Whatsoever is not of faith is sin [παν ο ουκ εκ πιστεως αμαρτια εστιν]
Faith (πιστις — pistis) here is subjective, one‘s strong conviction in the light of his relation to Christ and his enlightened conscience. To go against this combination is sin beyond a doubt. Some MSS. (A L etc.) put the doxology here which most place in Romans 16:25-27. But they all give chapters 15 and 16. Some have supposed that the Epistle originally ended here, but that is pure speculation. Some even suggest two editions of the Epistle. But chapter 15 goes right on with the topic discussed in chapter 14. [source]
Romans 16:10 Them which are of the household of Aristobulus [τους εκ των Αριστοβουλου]
The younger Aristobulus was a grandson of Herod the Great. Lightfoot suggests that some of the servants in this household had become Christians, Aristobulus being dead. [source]
Romans 16:11 Them of the household of Narcissus [τους εκ των Ναρκισσου]
“Narcissiani.” There was a famous freedman of this name who was put to death by Agrippa. Perhaps members of his household. [source]
1 Corinthians 2:12 But the spirit which is of God [αλλα το πνευμα το εκ τεου]
Rather, “from God” Second perfect subjunctive with ινα — hina to express purpose. Here is a distinct claim of the Holy Spirit for understanding (Illumination) the Revelation received. It is not a senseless rhapsody or secret mystery, but God expects us to understand “the things that are freely given us by God” (τα υπο του τεου χαριστεντα ημιν — ta hupo tou theou charisthenta hēmin). First aorist passive neuter plural articular participle of χαριζομαι — charizomai to bestow. God gave the revelation through the Holy Spirit and he gives us the illumination of the Holy Spirit to understand the mind of the Spirit. The tragic failures of men to understand clearly God‘s revealed will is but a commentary on the weakness and limitation of the human intellect even when enlightened by the Holy Spirit. [source]
1 Corinthians 7:5 Except it be by consent for a season [ει μητι αν εκ συμπωνου προς καιρον]
If αν — an is genuine, it can either be regarded as like εαν — ean though without a verb or as loosely added after ει μητι — ei mēti and construed with it. [source]
1 Corinthians 7:7 His own gift from God [ιδιον χαρισμα εκ τεου]
So each must decide for himself. See note on 1 Corinthians 1:7 for χαρισμα — charisma a late word from χαριζομαι — charizomai f0). [source]
1 Corinthians 10:4 For they drank of a spiritual rock that followed them [επινον εκ πνευματικης ακολουτουσης πετρας]
Change to the imperfect επινον — epinon shows their continual access to the supernatural source of supply. The Israelites were blessed by the water from the rock that Moses smote at Rephidim (Exodus 17:6) and at Kadesh (Numbers 20:11) and by the well of Beer (Numbers 21:16). The rabbis had a legend that the water actually followed the Israelites for forty years, in one form a fragment of rock fifteen feet high that followed the people and gushed out water. Baur and some other scholars think that Paul adopts this “Rabbinical legend that the water-bearing Rephidim rock journeyed onwards with the Israelites” (Findlay). That is hard to believe, though it is quite possible that Paul alludes to this fancy and gives it a spiritual turn as a type of Christ in allegorical fashion. Paul knew the views of the rabbis and made use of allegory on occasion (Galatians 4:24). [source]
1 Corinthians 11:12 Of [εκ]
(εκ — ek) [source]
1 Corinthians 12:15 I am not of the body [ουκ ειμι εκ του σωματος]
I am independent of the body, not dependent on the body. It is not therefore not of the body (ου παρα τουτο ουκ εστιν εκ του σωματος — ou para touto ouk estin ek tou sōmatos). Thinking or saying so does not change the fact. Παρα τουτο — Para touto here means “alongside of this” (cf. 4 Maccabees 10:19) and so “because of,” a rare use (Robertson, Grammar, p. 616). The two negatives (ουουκ — ou̇̇ouk) do not here destroy one another. Each retains its full force. [source]
1 Corinthians 12:15 It is not therefore not of the body [ου παρα τουτο ουκ εστιν εκ του σωματος]
Thinking or saying so does not change the fact. Παρα τουτο — Para touto here means “alongside of this” (cf. 4 Maccabees 10:19) and so “because of,” a rare use (Robertson, Grammar, p. 616). The two negatives (ουουκ — ou̇̇ouk) do not here destroy one another. Each retains its full force. [source]
1 Corinthians 12:27 Severally [εκ μερους]
See note on Romans 11:25 απο μερους — apo merous (in part). Each has his own place and function in the body of Christ. [source]
1 Corinthians 13:9 In part [εκ μερους]
See note on 1 Corinthians 12:27. As opposed to the whole. [source]
2 Corinthians 1:10 Out of so great a death [εκ τηλικουτου τανατου]
He had considered himself as good as dead. [source]
2 Corinthians 1:11 By means of many [εκ πολλων προσωπων]
Προσωπον — Prosōpon means face The word is common in all Greek. The papyri use it for face, appearance, person. It occurs twelve times in II Corinthians. It certainly means face in eight of them (2 Corinthians 3:7, 2 Corinthians 3:13, 2 Corinthians 3:18; 2 Corinthians 8:24; 2 Corinthians 10:1, 2 Corinthians 10:7; 2 Corinthians 11:20). In 2 Corinthians 5:12 it means outward appearance. It may mean face or person here, 2 Corinthians 2:10; 2 Corinthians 4:6. It is more pictorial to take it here as face “that out of many upturned faces” thanks may be given It is indeed a difficult sentence to understand. [source]
2 Corinthians 2:16 From death unto death [εκ τανατου εις τανατον]
From one evil condition to another. Some people are actually hardened by preaching. [source]
2 Corinthians 5:1 A building from God [οικοδομην εκ τεου]
This οικοδομη — oikodomē (found in Aristotle, Plutarch, lxx, etc., and papyri, though condemned by Atticists) is more substantial than the σκηνος — skēnos Not made with hands (αχειροποιητον — acheiropoiēton). Found first in Mark 14:58 in charge against Jesus before the Sanhedrin (both the common verbal χειροποιητον — cheiropoiēton and the newly made vernacular αχειροποιητον — acheiropoiēton same verbal with α — a privative). Elsewhere only here and Colossians 2:11. Spiritual, eternal home. [source]
2 Corinthians 8:11 The completion also [εκ του εχειν]
The finishing also (articular first aorist active infinitive). Out of your ability (ek tou echein). “Out of the having,” literally, and so, “out of what you can give” (2 Corinthians 8:12). [source]
2 Corinthians 9:7 Not grudgingly [μη εκ λυπης]
The use of μη — mē rather than ου — ou shows that the imperative ποιειτω — poieitō (do) or διδοτω — didotō (give) is to be supplied. Not give as out of sorrow. Or of necessity (η εχ αναγκης — ē ex anagkēs). As if it were like pulling eye-teeth. For God loveth a cheerful giver Our word “hilarious” comes from ιλαρον — hilaron which is from ιλαος — hilaos (propitious), an old and common adjective, only here in N.T. [source]
2 Corinthians 13:4 But we shall live with him through the power of God [αλλα ζησομεν συν αυτωι εκ δυναμεως τεου]
So real is Paul‘s sense of his union with Christ. [source]
Galatians 1:1 Who raised him from the dead [του εγειραντος αυτον εκ νεκρων]
And therefore Paul was qualified to be an apostle since he had seen the Risen Christ (1 Corinthians 9:1; 1 Corinthians 15:8.). This verb εγειρω — egeirō is often used in N.T. for raising from the sleep of death, to wake up the dead. [source]
Galatians 1:4 Out of this present evil world [εκ του αιωνος του ενεστωτος πονηρου]
Literally, “out of the age the existing one being evil.” The predicate position of πονηρου — ponērou calls emphatic attention to it. Each word here is of interest and has been already discussed. See Matthew 13:22 for aiōn Matthew 6:23 for ponēros αιων — Enestōtos is genitive masculine singular of πονηρος — enestōs second perfect (intransitive) participle of Ενεστωτος — enistēmi for which see 2 Thessalonians 2:12; 1 Corinthians 3:22; 1 Corinthians 7:26. It is present as related to future (Romans 8:38; Hebrews 9:9). [source]
Galatians 2:12 Fearing them that were of the circumcision [ποβουμενος τους εκ περιτομης]
This was the real reason for Peter‘s cowardice. See Acts 11:2 for “οι εκ περιτομης — hoi ek peritomēs ” (they of the circumcision), the very phrase here. It was not that Peter had changed his views from the Jerusalem resolutions. It was pure fear of trouble to himself as in the denials at the trial of Christ. [source]
Galatians 3:12 The law is not of faith [ο νομος ουκ εστιν εκ πιστεως]
Law demands complete obedience and rests not on mercy, faith, grace. [source]
Galatians 3:24 That we might be justified by faith [ινα εκ πιστεως δικαιωτωμεν]
This is the ultimate purpose of the law as paedagogue. Now that faith is come (ελτουσης της πιστεως — elthousēs tēs pisteōs). Genitive absolute, “the faith (the time of the faith spoken of in Galatians 3:23) having come.” Under a tutor The pedagogue is dismissed. We are in the school of the Master. [source]
Galatians 4:22 By the handmaid [εκ της παιδισκης]
From Genesis 16:1. Feminine diminutive of παις — pais boy or slave. Common word for damsel which came to be used for female slave or maidservant (Luke 12:45) or doorkeeper like Matthew 26:29. So in the papyri. [source]
Galatians 4:4 Born of a woman [γενομενον εκ γυναικος]
As all men are and so true humanity, “coming from a woman.” There is, of course, no direct reference here to the Virgin Birth of Jesus, but his deity had just been affirmed by the words “his Son” He not only became a man, but a Jew. The purpose (ινα — hina) of God thus was plainly to redeem (εχαγορασηι — exagorasēi as in Galatians 3:13) those under the law, and so under the curse. The further purpose (ινα — hina) was that we (Jew and Gentile) might receive (απολαβωμεν — apolabōmen second aorist active subjunctive of απολαμβανω — apolambanō), not get back (Luke 15:27), but get from (απο — apo) God the adoption (την υιοτεσιαν — tēn huiothesian). Late word common in the inscriptions (Deissmann, Bible Studies, p. 239) and occurs in the papyri also and in Diogenes Laertes, though not in lxx. Paul adopts this current term to express his idea (he alone in the N.T.) as to how God takes into his spiritual family both Jews and Gentiles who believe. See also Romans 8:15, Romans 8:23; Romans 9:4; Ephesians 1:5. The Vulgate uses adoptio filiorum. It is a metaphor like the others above, but a very expressive one. [source]
Galatians 5:5 Through the Spirit by faith [πνευματι εκ πιστεως]
By the Spirit (Holy Spirit) out of faith (not law). Clear-cut repetition to make it plain. [source]
Ephesians 5:30 Of his flesh and of his bones [εκ της σαρκος αυτου και εκ των οστεων αυτου]
These words are in the Textus Receptus (Authorized Version) supported by D G L P cursives Syriac, etc., though wanting in Aleph A B 17 Bohairic. Certainly not genuine. [source]
Philippians 1:23 Betwixt the two [εκ των δυο]
“From the two (sides).” Pressure to live on, pressure to die and be with Christ. To depart (εις το αναλυσαι — eis to analusai). Purpose clause, εις το — eis to and the aorist active infinitive αναλυσαι — analusai old compound verb, to unloose (as threads), to break up, to return (Luke 12:36, only other N.T. example), to break up camp (Polybius), to weigh anchor and put out to sea, to depart (often in old Greek and papyri). Cf. καταλυω — kataluō in 2 Corinthians 5:1 for tearing down the tent. Very far better Double comparative (triple Lightfoot calls it because of πολλωι — pollōi) like Isocrates and the Koiné{[28928]}š often. See note on 2 Corinthians 7:13 for περισσοτερως μαλλον — perissoterōs mallon Πολλωι — Pollōi is the instrumental case of measure (by much). [source]
Philippians 3:5 Of the stock of Israel [εκ γενους Ισραηλ]
Of the original stock, not a proselyte. Benjamin (ενιαμιν — Beniamin). Son of the right hand (that is, left-handed), son of Rachel. The first King, Saul (Paul‘s own Hebrew name) was from this little tribe. The battle cry of Israel was “After thee, O Benjamin” (Judges 5:14). A Hebrew of the Hebrews Of Hebrew parents who retained the characteristic qualities in language and custom as distinct from the Hellenistic Jews (Acts 6:1). Paul was from Tarsus and knew Greek as well as Aramaic (Acts 21:40; Acts 22:2) and Hebrew, but he had not become Hellenized. A Pharisee (Παρισαιος — Pharisaios). In distinction from the Sadducees (Galatians 1:14) and he continued a Pharisee in many essential matters like the doctrine of the resurrection (Acts 23:6). Cf. 2 Corinthians 11:22. [source]
Colossians 3:23 Heartily [εκ πσυχης]
From the soul and not with mere eye service. In Ephesians 6:7 Paul adds μετ ευνοιας — met' eunoias (with good will) in explanation of εκ πσυχης — ek psuchēs As unto the Lord (ως τωι Κυριωι — hōs tōi Kuriōi). Even when unto men. This is the highest test of worthwhile service. If it were only always true! [source]
Colossians 4:11 Who are of the circumcision [οι οντες εκ περιτομης]
Jewish Christians certainly, but not necessarily Judaizers like those so termed in Acts 11:3 These only (ουτοι μονοι — houtoi monoi). “Of the circumcision” (Jews) he means. A comfort unto me Ethical dative of personal interest. Παρηγορια — Parēgoria is an old word (here only in N.T.) from παρηγορεω — parēgoreō to make an address) and means solace, relief. A medical term. Curiously enough our word paregoric comes from it (παρηγορικος — parēgorikos). [source]
Colossians 4:16 And the epistle from Laodicea [και την εκ Λαοδικιας]
The most likely meaning is that the so-called Epistle to the Ephesians was a circular letter to various churches in the province of Asia, one copy going to Laodicea and to be passed on to Colossae as the Colossian letter was to be sent on to Laodicea. This was done usually by copying and keeping the original. See note on Ephesians 1:1 for further discussion of this matter. [source]
1 Thessalonians 1:10 To wait for his Son from heaven [αναμενειν τον υιον αυτου εκ των ουρανων]
Present infinitive, like δουλευειν — douleuein and so linear, to keep on waiting for. The hope of the second coming of Christ was real and powerful with Paul as it should be with us. It was subject to abuse then as now as Paul will have to show in this very letter. He alludes to this hope at the close of each chapter in this Epistle. [source]
1 Thessalonians 1:10 Whom he raised from the dead [ον ηγειρεν εκ των νεκρων]
Paul gloried in the fact of the resurrection of Jesus from the dead of which fact he was himself a personal witness. This fact is the foundation stone for all his theology and it comes out in this first chapter. Jesus which delivereth us from the wrath to come (Ιησουν τον ρυομενον ημας εκ της οργης της ερχομενης — Iēsoun ton ruomenon hēmās ek tēs orgēs tēs erchomenēs). It is the historic, crucified, risen, and ascended Jesus Christ, God‘s Son, who delivers from the coming wrath. He is our Saviour (Matthew 1:21) true to his name Jesus. He is our Rescuer (Romans 11:26, ο ρυομενος — ho ruomenos from Isaiah 59:20). It is eschatological language, this coming wrath of God for sin (1 Thessalonians 2:16; Romans 3:5; Romans 5:9; Romans 9:22; Romans 13:5). It was Paul‘s allusion to the day of judgment with Jesus as Judge whom God had raised from the dead that made the Athenians mock and leave him (Acts 17:31.). But Paul did not change his belief or his preaching because of the conduct of the Athenians. He is certain that God‘s wrath in due time will punish sin. Surely this is a needed lesson for our day. It was coming then and it is coming now. [source]
1 Thessalonians 1:10 Jesus which delivereth us from the wrath to come [Ιησουν τον ρυομενον ημας εκ της οργης της ερχομενης]
It is the historic, crucified, risen, and ascended Jesus Christ, God‘s Son, who delivers from the coming wrath. He is our Saviour (Matthew 1:21) true to his name Jesus. He is our Rescuer (Romans 11:26, ο ρυομενος — ho ruomenos from Isaiah 59:20). It is eschatological language, this coming wrath of God for sin (1 Thessalonians 2:16; Romans 3:5; Romans 5:9; Romans 9:22; Romans 13:5). It was Paul‘s allusion to the day of judgment with Jesus as Judge whom God had raised from the dead that made the Athenians mock and leave him (Acts 17:31.). But Paul did not change his belief or his preaching because of the conduct of the Athenians. He is certain that God‘s wrath in due time will punish sin. Surely this is a needed lesson for our day. It was coming then and it is coming now. [source]
1 Thessalonians 2:3 Not of error [ουκ εκ πλανης]
This word is same as πλαναω — planaō to lead astray (2 Timothy 3:13) like Latin errare. Passive idea of error here rather than deceit. That is seen in nor in guile “This disclaimer, startling as it may seem, was not unneeded amidst the impurities consecrated by the religions of the day” (Lightfoot). There was no necessary connection in the popular mind between religion and morals. The ecstatic initiations in some of the popular religions were grossly sensual. [source]
2 Thessalonians 2:7 Until he be taken out of the way [εως εκ μεσου γενηται]
Usual construction with εως — heōs for the future (aorist middle subjunctive, γενηται — genētai). Note absence of αν — an as often in N.T. and the Κοινε — Koiné‚ Paul uses εως — heōs only here and 1 Corinthians 4:5. When the obstacle is removed then the mystery of lawlessness will be revealed in plain outline. [source]
2 Timothy 2:8 Risen from the dead [εγηγερμενον εκ νεκρων]
Perfect passive participle of εγειρω — egeirō still risen as the perfect tense shows in 1 Corinthians 15:4, 1 Corinthians 15:12-20. Predicate accusative. “Remember Jesus Christ as risen from the dead.” This is the cardinal fact about Christ that proves his claim to be the Messiah, the Son of God. Christ is central for Paul here as in Philemon 2:5-11. [source]
2 Timothy 2:8 Of the seed of David [εκ σπερματος Δαυειδ]
The humanity of Christ as in Romans 1:3; Philemon 2:7. According to my gospel (κατα το ευαγγελιον μου — kata to euaggelion mou). Paul‘s very phrase in Romans 2:16; Romans 16:25. Not a written gospel, but my message. See also 1 Corinthians 15:1; 2 Corinthians 11:7; Galatians 1:11; Galatians 2:2; 1 Timothy 1:11. [source]
2 Timothy 2:26 Out of the snare of the devil [εκ της του διαβολου παγιδος]
They have been caught while mentally intoxicated in the devil‘s snare (1 Timothy 3:7). See note on Romans 11:9 for παγις — pagis Taken captive (εζωγρημενοι — ezōgrēmenoi). Perfect passive participle of ζωγρεω — zōgreō old verb, to take alive (ζωοσ αγρεω — zōosυπ αυτου εις το εκεινου τελημα — agreō), in N.T. only here and Luke 5:10 (of Peter). “Taken captive alive.” By him unto his will This difficult phrase is understood variously. One way is to take both εκεινου — autou and αυτου — ekeinou to refer to the devil. Another way is to take both of them to refer to God. Another way is to take εκεινου — autou of the devil and ekeinou of God. This is probably best, “taken captive by the devil” “that they may come back to soberness to do the will of God.” There are difficulties in either view. [source]
2 Timothy 4:17 I was delivered out of the mouth of the lion [ερυστην εκ στοματος λεοντος]
First aorist passive indicative of ρυομαι — ruomai (1 Thessalonians 1:10). A proverb, but not certain what the application is whether to Nero or to Satan (1 Thessalonians 2:18) or to the lion in the arena where Paul could not be sent because a Roman citizen. [source]
Titus 1:10 Specially they of the circumcision [μαλιστα οι εκ της περιτομης]
Same phrase in Acts 11:2; Galatians 2:12; Colossians 4:11. Jews are mentioned in Crete in Acts 2:11. Apparently Jewish Christians of the Pharisaic type tinged with Gnosticism. [source]
Hebrews 5:7 To save him from death [σωζειν εκ τανατου]
A reference to the cry of Jesus in Gethsemane (Matthew 26:39). Having been heard for his godly fear Old word from ευλαβης — eulabēs (taking hold well, Luke 2:25 from ευ λαμβανω — eu class="normal greek">ευλαβεομαι — lambanō the verb eulabeomai in N.T. only in Hebrews 11:7), in N.T. only here and Hebrews 12:28. Fine picture of Christ‘s attitude toward the Father in the prayer in Gethsemane and in all his prayers. Jesus in Gethsemane at once surrendered his will to that of the Father who heard his plea and enabled him to acquiesce in the Father‘s will. [source]
James 2:18 And I by my works will shew thee my faith [καγω σοι δειχω εκ των εργων μου την πιστιν]
It is not faith or works, but proof of real faith (live faith vs. dead faith). The mere profession of faith with no works or profession of faith shown to be alive by works. This is the alternative clearly stated. Note πιστιν — pistin (faith) in both cases. James is not here discussing “works” (ceremonial works) as a means of salvation as Paul in Gal 3; Rom 4, but works as proof of faith. [source]
James 2:24 And not only by faith [και ουκ εκ πιστεως μονον]
This phrase clears up the meaning of James. Faith (live faith) is what we must all have (James 2:18), only it must shew itself also in deeds as Abraham‘s did. [source]
James 3:13 By his good life [εκ της καλης αναστροπης]
For this literary Koiné word from αναστρεπομαι — anastrephomai (walk, conduct) see Galatians 1:13. Actions speak louder than words even in the case of the professional wise man. Cf. 1 Peter 1:15.In meekness of wisdom (εν πραυτητι σοπιας — en prautēti sophias). As in James 1:21 of the listener, so here of the teacher. Cf. Matthew 5:5; Matthew 11:29 and Zechariah 9:9 of King Messiah quoted in Matthew 21:5. Startling combination. [source]
James 4:1 Of your pleasures [εκ των ηδονων υμων]
Old word from ηδομαι — hēdomai Ablative case here after εκ — ek “out of your sinful, sensual lusts,” the desire to get what one does not have and greatly desires.That war (των στρατευομενων — tōn strateuomenōn). Present middle articular participle (ablative case agreeing with ηδονων — hēdonōn) of στρατευω — strateuō to carry on a campaign, here as in 1 Peter 2:11 of the passions in the human body. James seems to be addressing nominal Christians, “among you” (εν υμιν — en humin). Modern church disturbances are old enough in practice. [source]
James 5:20 From the error [εκ πλανης]
“Out of the wandering” of James 5:19 See 1 John 4:6 for contrast between “truth” and “error.” [source]
James 5:20 A soul from death [πσυχην εκ τανατου]
The soul of the sinner Future active of καλυπτω — kaluptō old verb, to hide, to veil. But whose sins (those of the converter or the converted)? The Roman Catholics (also Mayor and Ropes) take it of the sins of the converter, who thus saves himself by saving others. The language here will allow that, but not New Testament teaching in general. It is apparently a proverbial saying which Resch considers one of the unwritten sayings of Christ (Clem. Al. Paed. iii. 12). It occurs also in 1 Peter 4:8, where it clearly means the sins of others covered by love as a veil thrown over them. The saying appears also in Proverbs 10:12: “Hatred stirs up strife, but love hides all transgressions” - that is “love refuses to see faults” (Mayor admits). That is undoubtedly the meaning in 1 Peter 4:8; James 5:20. [source]
1 Peter 1:18 From your vain manner of life [εκ της ματαιας υμων αναστροπης]
“Out of” This adjective, though predicate in position, is really attributive in idea, like χειροποιητου — cheiropoiētou in Ephesians 2:11 (Robertson, Grammar, p. 777), like the French idiom. This double compound verbal adjective (πατερ παρα διδωμι — paterparadidōmi), though here alone in N.T., occurs in Diodorus, Dion. Halic, and in several inscriptions (Moulton and Milligan‘s Vocabulary; Deissmann, Bible Studies, pp. 266f.). The Jews made a wrong use of tradition (Matthew 15:2.), but the reference here seems mainly to Gentiles (1 Peter 2:12). [source]
1 Peter 1:22 From the heart fervently [εκ καρδιας εκτενως]
Late adverb (in inscriptions, Polybius, lxx). The adjective εκτενης — ektenēs is more common (1 Peter 4:8). [source]
1 Peter 1:23 Not of corruptible seed [ουκ εκ σπορας πταρτης]
Ablative with εκ — ek as the source, for πταρτος — phthartos see 1 Peter 1:18, and σπορας — sporās (from σπειρω — speirō to sow), old word (sowing, seed) here only in N.T., though σπορος — sporos in Mark 4:26., etc. For “incorruptible” See James 1:18 for “by the word of truth,” 1 Peter 1:25 here, and Peter‘s use of λογος — logos in Acts 10:36. It is the gospel message.Which liveth and abideth These present active participles (from ζαω — zaō and μενω — menō) can be taken with τεου — theou (God) or with λογου — logou (word). In 1 Peter 1:25 μενει — menei is used with ρημα — rēma (word). Still in Daniel 6:26 both μενων — menōn and ζων — zōn are used with τεος — theos Either construction makes sense here. [source]
1 Peter 2:12 By your good works [εκ των καλων εργων]
“Out of (as a result of) your good (beautiful) deeds.” [source]
2 Peter 2:21 From [εκ]
Out of. So in Acts 12:25 with υποστρεπω — hupostrephō With ablative case. See Romans 7:12 for αγια — hagia applied to η εντολη — hē entolē (cf. 1 Timothy 6:14). 2 Peter strikes a high ethical note (2 Peter 1:5.).Delivered (παραδοτεισης — paradotheisēs). First aorist passive participle feminine ablative singular of παραδιδωμι — paradidōmi f0). [source]
1 John 2:21 And because no lie is of the truth [και οτι παν πσευδος εκ της αλητειας ουκ εστιν]
Not certain whether οτι — hoti here is causal (because) or declarative (that). Either makes sense. Note the idiomatic use of εκ — ek and πανουκουδεν — pān- ouk = ouden (no) as in 1 John 2:19. [source]
1 John 3:8 Of the devil [εκ του διαβολου]
In spiritual parentage as Jesus said of the Pharisees in John 8:44. When one acts like the devil he shows that he is not a true child of God.Sinneth from the beginning (απ αρχης αμαρτανει — ap' archēs hamartanei). Linear progressive present active indicative, “he has been sinning from the beginning” of his career as the devil. This is his normal life and those who imitate him become his spiritual children.That he might destroy Purpose clause with ινα — hina and the first aorist active subjunctive of λυω — luō This purpose (εις τουτο — eis touto) Jesus had and has. There is eternal conflict, with final victory over Satan certain. [source]
1 John 3:12 Of the evil one [εκ του πονηρου]
Ablative case and the same for neuter and masculine singular, but 1 John 3:10 makes it clear that the reference is to the devil. [source]
1 John 3:24 By the Spirit [εκ του πνευματος]
It is thus (by the Holy Spirit, first mention in this Epistle and “Holy” not used with “Spirit” in this Epistle or the Apocalypse) that we know that God abides in us.Which (ου — hou). Ablative case by attraction from accusative ο — ho (object of εδωκεν — edōken) to agree with πνευματος — pneumatos as often, though not always. It is a pity that the grammatical gender (which) is retained here in the English instead of “whom,” as it should be. [source]
1 John 4:5 Of the world [εκ του κοσμου]
As Jesus is not and as the disciples are not (John 17:14.). [source]
1 John 4:5 As of the world [εκ του κοσμου]
No “as” (ως — hōs), but that is the idea, for their talk proceeds from the world and wins a ready hearing. The false prophets and the world are in perfect unison. [source]
1 John 4:6 By this [εκ τουτου]
“From this,” deduction drawn from the preceding; only example in the Epistle for the common εν τουτωι — en toutōi as in 1 John 4:2. The power of recognition There is no reason for Christians being duped by “the spirit of error” (το πνευμα της πλανης — to pneuma tēs planēs), here alone in the N.T., though we have πνευμασιν πλανοις — pneumasin planois (misleading spirits) in 1 Timothy 4:1. Rejection of the truth may be due also to our not speaking the truth in love (Ephesians 4:15). [source]
1 John 4:7 Of God [εκ του τεου]
Even human love comes from God, “a reflection of something in the Divine nature itself” (Brooke). John repeats the old commandment of 1 John 2:7. Persistence in loving (present tense αγαπωμεν — agapōmen indicative and αγαπων — agapōn participle) is proof that one “has been begotten of God” (εκ του τεου γεγεννηται — ek tou theou gegennētai as in 1 John 2:29) and is acquainted with God. Otherwise mere claim to loving God accompanied by hating one‘s brother is a lie (1 John 2:9-11). [source]
1 John 5:4 Whatsoever is begotten of God [παν το γεγεννημενον εκ του τεου]
Neuter singular perfect passive participle of γενναω — gennaō rather than the masculine singular (1 John 5:1) to express sharply the universality of the principle (Rothe) as in John 3:6, John 3:8; John 6:37, John 6:39.Overcometh the world (νικαι τον κοσμον — nikāi ton kosmon). Present active indicative of νικαω — nikaō a continuous victory because a continuous struggle, “keeps on conquering the world” (“the sum of all the forces antagonistic to the spiritual life,” D. Smith).This is the victory For this form of expression see 1 John 1:5; John 1:19. Νικη — Nikē (victory, cf. νικαω — nikaō), old word, here alone in N.T., but the later form νικος — nikos in Matthew 12:20; 1 Corinthians 15:54-55, 1 Corinthians 15:57.That overcometh (η νικησασα — hē nikēsasa). First aorist active articular participle of νικαω — nikaō The English cannot reproduce the play on the word here. The aorist tense singles out an individual experience when one believed or when one met temptation with victory. Jesus won the victory over the world (John 16:33) and God in us (1 John 4:4) gives us the victory.Even our faith The only instance of πιστις — pistis in the Johannine Epistles (not in John‘s Gospel, though in the Apocalypse). It is our faith in Jesus Christ as shown by our confession (1 John 5:1) and by our life (1 John 5:2). [source]
1 John 5:18 He that was begotten of God [ο γεννητεις εκ του τεου]
First aorist passive articular participle referring to Christ, if the reading of A B is correct It is Christ who keeps the one begotten of God It is a difficult phrase, but this is probably the idea. Jesus (John 18:37) uses γεγεννημαι — gegennēmai of himself and uses also τηρεω — tēreō of keeping the disciples (John 17:12, John 17:15; Revelation 3:10). [source]
1 John 5:19 Of God [εκ του τεου]
See 1 John 3:10; 1 John 4:6 for this idiom. [source]
2 John 1:4 Certain of thy children [εκ των τεκνων]
No τινας — tinas as one would expect before εκ — ek a not infrequent idiom in the N.T. (John 16:17).Walking (περιπατουντας — peripatountas). Present active accusative supplementary participle agreeing with τινας — tinas understood. Probably members of the church off here in Ephesus.In truth As in 2 John 1:1; 3 John 1:4.We received (ελαβομεν — elabomen). Second aorist active (possibly, though not certainly, literary plural) of λαμβανω — lambanō This very idiom (εντολην λαμβανω — entolēn lambanō) in John 10:18; Acts 17:15; Colossians 4:10. Perhaps the reference here is to 1 John 2:7.; 1 John 3:23. [source]
3 John 1:10 Casteth them out of the church [εκ της εκκλησιας εκβαλλει]
Here again εκβαλλει — ekballei can be understood in various ways, like κωλυει — kōluei This verb occurs in John 2:15 for casting out of the temple the profaners of it and for casting the blind man out of the synagogue (John 9:34.). If this ancient “church-boss” did not succeed in expelling John‘s adherents from the church, he certainly tried to do it. [source]
3 John 1:11 Is of God [εκ του τεου εστιν]
As in 1 John 3:9. [source]
Revelation 2:9 Of them which say [εκ των λεγοντων]
“From those saying” This is the accusative of general reference and the infinitive in indirect discourse after λεγω — legō (Acts 5:36; Acts 8:9) even though λεγοντων — legontōn is here ablative (cf. Revelation 3:9), common idiom. These are actual Jews and only Jews, not Christians.And they are not Another parenthesis like that in Revelation 2:2. These are Jews in name only, not spiritual Jews (Galatians 6:15., Romans 2:28).A synagogue of Satan (συναγωγη του Σατανα — sunagōgē tou Satanā). In Revelation 3:9 again and note Revelation 2:13, Revelation 2:24, serving the devil (John 8:44) instead of the Lord (Numbers 16:3; Numbers 20:4). [source]
Revelation 2:11 Of the second death [εκ του τανατου του δευτερου]
Εκ — Ek here used for the agent or instrument as often (Revelation 3:18; Revelation 9:2; Revelation 18:1). See Revelation 20:6, Revelation 20:14; Revelation 21:8 where “the second death” is explained as “the lake of fire.” The idea is present in Daniel 12:3; John 5:29 and is current in Jewish circles as in the Jerusalem Targum on Deuteronomy 33:6 and in Philo. It is not annihilation. The Christians put to death in the persecution will at least escape this second death (eternal punishment). [source]
Revelation 2:21 To repent of [μετανοησαι εκ]
First aorist (ingressive) active infinitive with εκ — ek “to make a change out of,” the usual construction with μετανοεω — metanoeō in this book (Revelation 2:22; Revelation 9:20.; Revelation 16:11), with απο — apo in Acts 8:22. Πορνεια — Porneia (fornication) here, but μοιχευω — moicheuō (to commit adultery) in Revelation 2:22. [source]
Revelation 2:22 Of her works [εκ των εργων αυτης]
Αυτης — Autēs (her) correct rather than αυτων — autōn (their). Jezebel was chiefly responsible. [source]
Revelation 3:5 Of the book of life [εκ της βιβλου της ζωης]
Ablative case with εκ — ek This divine register first occurs in Exodus 32:32. and often in the O.T. See Luke 10:20; Philemon 4:3; Revelation 13:8; Revelation 20:15; Revelation 21:27. The book is in Christ‘s hands (Revelation 13:8; Revelation 21:27).His name (το ονομα αυτου — to onoma autou). The name of the one who overcomes (ο νικων — ho nikōn). Clear reminiscence of the words of Christ about confessing to the Father those who confess him here (Matthew 10:32; Mark 8:38; Luke 9:26; Luke 12:8). Whether John knew the Synoptic Gospels (and why not?) he certainly knew such sayings of Jesus. [source]
Revelation 3:10 From the hour of trial [εκ της ωρας του πειρασμου]
This use of εκ — ek after τηρεω — tēreō in John 17:15, απο — apo in James 1:27. Trial brings temptation often (James 1:2, James 1:13). Jesus endured (Hebrews 12:1.) and he will help them. There is still a church in Philadelphia in spite of the Turks. [source]
Revelation 3:18 Refined by fire [πεπυρωμενον εκ πυρος]
Perfect passive participle of πυροω — puroō (as in Revelation 1:15) and the metaphor carried on by εκ πυρος — ek puros “fired by fire.” Purity by removing dross (Psalm 66:10) like 1 Peter 1:7.That thou mayest become rich (ινα πλουτησηις — hina ploutēsēis). Purpose clause with ινα — hina and the ingressive first aorist active of πλουτεω — plouteō spiritual riches.That thou mayest clothe thyself Purpose clause with ινα — hina and second aorist middle (direct) subjunctive of περιβαλλω — periballō to fling round one as in Revelation 3:5.Be not made manifest (μη πανερωτηι — mē phanerōthēi). Continued purpose clause with negative μη — mē and first aorist passive subjunctive of πανεροω — phaneroō (γυμνοτητος — gumnotētos). Late and rare word from γυμνος — gumnos naked, in N.T. only here, 2 Corinthians 11:27; Romans 8:35. Cf. Revelation 16:15; Revelation 20:13; 2 Corinthians 5:2.Eye-salve Diminutive of κολλυρα — kollura (coarse bread of cylindrical shape), object of αγορασαι — agorasai name for a famous Phrygian powder for the eyes made in Laodicea (Charles), Latin collyrium (used for eye-salve by Horace and Juvenal).To anoint (εγχρισαι — egchrisai). First aorist active infinitive (epexegetic) of εγχριω — egchriō late compound (εν χριω — enινα βλεπηις — chriō Strabo, Epictetus), to rub in, here only in N.T.That thou mayest see Another purpose clause with hina and the present active subjunctive (keep on seeing). [source]
Revelation 4:5 Out of the throne [εκ του τρονου]
Back to the throne itself. The imagery is kin to that in Exodus 19:16; Exodus 24:9.; Ezekiel 1:22, Ezekiel 1:27. [source]
Revelation 5:5 One of the elders [εις εκ των πρεσβυτερων]
“One from among the elders” of Revelation 4:4, Revelation 4:10 No particular reason for one elder as the agent over another (Revelation 7:13). [source]
Revelation 5:9 Men of every [εκ πασης]
No αντρωπους — anthrōpous (men) or τινας — tinas (some) before εκ — ek in the Greek. See a like ellipsis in Revelation 11:9 with a like grouping of words for all mankind, representatives of all races and nations (Revelation 7:9; Revelation 13:7; Revelation 14:6). [source]
Revelation 6:1 Of [εκ]
This use of εκ — ek with the ablative in the partitive sense is common in the Apocalypse, as twice in this verse So ενος εκ των — henos ek tōn (one of the four living creatures) is “the first of,” etc.In a voice of thunder (εν πωνηι βροντης — en phōnēi brontēs). Old word used of John and James (Mark 3:17) and elsewhere in N.T. only John 12:29 and a dozen times in the Apocalypse.Come Present middle imperative of ερχομαι — erchomai but with exclamatory force (not strictly linear). The command is not addressed to the Lamb nor to John (the correct text omits και ιδε — kai ide “and see”) as in Revelation 17:1; Revelation 21:9, but to one of the four horsemen each time. Swete takes it as a call to Christ because ερχου — erchou is so used in Revelation 22:17, Revelation 22:20, but that is not conclusive. [source]
Revelation 6:4 To take peace from the earth [λαβειν την ειρηνην εκ της γης]
Second aorist active infinitive of λαμβανω — lambanō and here the nominative case, the subject of εδοτη — edothē (see Revelation 6:2), “to take peace out of the earth.” Alas, how many red horses have been ridden through the ages.And that they should slay one another (και ινα αλληλους σπαχουσιν — kai hina allēlous sphaxousin). Epexegetical explanatory purpose clause with ινα — hina and the future active of σπαζω — sphazō (Revelation 5:6) instead of the more usual subjunctive (Revelation 6:2). Cf. Robertson, Grammar, p. 998f. This is what war does to perfection, makes cannon fodder (cf. John 14:27) of men.A great sword Μαχαιρα — Machaira may be a knife carried in a sheath at the girdle (John 18:10) or a long sword in battle as here. ομπαια — Romphaia also a large sword, is the only other word for sword in the N.T. (Revelation 1:16; Revelation 2:12, Revelation 2:16; Revelation 6:8; Revelation 19:15, Revelation 19:21). [source]
Revelation 6:10 Avenge our blood on them that dwell upon the earth [εκδικεις το αιμα ημων εκ των κατοικουντων επι της γης]
This same idiom in Revelation 19:2 and see it also in Luke 18:7., “a passage which goes far to answer many questions in theodicy” (Swete). We find εκδικεω — ekdikeō late compound, used with εκ — ek as here in Deuteronomy 18:19; 1 Samuel 24:13, but with απο — apo in Luke 18:3. For επι της γης — epi tēs gēs (upon the earth) see Revelation 3:10. [source]
Revelation 6:14 Out of their places [εκ των τοπων αυτων]
See also Revelation 16:20 for these violent displacements in the earth‘s crust. Cf. Nahum 1:5; Jeremiah 4:24. Jesus spoke of faith removing mountains (of difficulty) as in Mark 11:23 (cf. 1 Corinthians 13:2). [source]
Revelation 7:14 They which come out of the great tribulation [οι ερχομενοι εκ της τλιπσεως της μεγαλης]
Present middle participle with the idea of continued repetition. “The martyrs are still arriving from the scene of the great tribulation” (Charles). Apparently some great crisis is contemplated (Matthew 13:19.; Matthew 24:21; Mark 13:10), though the whole series may be in mind and so may anticipate final judgment.And they washed (και επλυναν — kai eplunan). First aorist active indicative of πλυνω — plunō old verb, to wash, in N.T. only Luke 5:2; Revelation 7:14; Revelation 22:14. This change of construction after οι ερχομενοι — hoi erchomenoi from οι πλυνησαντες — hoi plunēsantes to και επλυναν — kai eplunan is common in the Apocalypse, one of Charles‘s Hebraisms, like και εποιησεν — kai epoiēsen in Revelation 1:6 and και πλαναι — kai planāi in Revelation 2:20.Made them white First aorist active indicative of λευκαινω — leukainō to whiten, old verb from λευκος — leukos (Revelation 7:13), in N.T. only here and Mark 9:3. “Milligan remarks that robes are the expression of character and compares the word habit used of dress” (Vincent). The language here comes partly from Genesis 49:11 and partly from Exodus 19:10, Exodus 19:14. For the cleansing power of Christ‘s blood see also Romans 3:25; Romans 5:9; Colossians 1:20: Ephesians 1:7; 1 Peter 1:2; Hebrews 9:14; 1 John 1:7; Revelation 1:5; Revelation 5:9; Revelation 22:14. “The aorists look back to the life on earth when the cleansing was effected” (Swete). See Philemon 2:12. for both divine and human aspects of salvation.In the blood of the Lamb (εν τωι αιματι του αρνιου — en tōi haimati tou arniou). There is power alone in the blood of Christ to cleanse from sin (1 John 1:7), not in the blood of the martyrs themselves. The result is “white,” not “red,” as one might imagine. [source]
Revelation 8:11 Of the waters [εκ των υδατων]
As a result of (εκ — ek) the use of the poisoned waters. [source]
Revelation 8:13 For them that dwell on the earth [εκ των λοιπων πωνων]
Accusative of the articular present active participle of εκ — katoikeō is unusual (Aleph Q here and also in Revelation 12:12) as in Matthew 11:21. There is even a nominative in Revelation 18:10.By reason of the other voices (των τριων αγγελων των μελλοντων σαλπιζειν — ek tōn loipōn phōnōn). “As a result of (ek) the rest of the voices.” There is more and worse to come, “of the three angels who are yet to sound” (tōn triōn aggelōn tōn mellontōn salpizein). [source]
Revelation 9:2 By reason of [εκ]
“Out of,” as a result of (Revelation 8:13). [source]
Revelation 9:13 From [εκ]
“Out of the horns.” Note triple use of the genitive article here as of the accusative article with this identical phrase in Revelation 8:3 (“the altar the golden the one before the throne”). [source]
Revelation 9:20 Of the works [εκ των εργων]
For this use of εκ — ek after μετανοεω — metanoeō see Revelation 2:21; Revelation 9:21; Revelation 16:11. By “works” Negative purpose clause with ινα μη — hina mē and the future active of προσκυνεω — proskuneō as in Revelation 9:5.Devils Both in the O.T. (Deuteronomy 32:17; Psalm 96:5; Psalm 106:37) and in the N.T. (1 Corinthians 10:21) the worship of idols is called the worship of unclean spirits. Perhaps this is one explanation of the hideous faces given these images. “The idols” See Daniel 5:23 for this picture of heathen idols. The helplessness of these idols, “which can neither see nor hear nor walk” (α ουτε βλεπειν δυνανται ουτε ακουειν ουτε περιπατειν — ha oute blepein dunantai oute akouein oute peripatein), is often presented in the O.T. (Psalm 115:4; Psalm 135:15-18). [source]
Revelation 9:21 Of their murders [εκ των πονων αυτων]
Heads the list, but “sorceries” (εκ των παρμακων — ek tōn pharmakōn) comes next. Παρμακον — Pharmakon was originally enchantment, as also in Revelation 21:8, then drug. For παρμακια — pharmakia see Revelation 18:23; Galatians 5:20. The two other items are fornication (πορνειας — porneias) and thefts (κλεμματων — klemmatōn old word from κλεπτω — kleptō here alone in N.T.), all four characteristic of demonic worship and idolatry. See other lists of vices in Mark 7:21; Galatians 5:20; Revelation 21:8; Revelation 22:15. Our word “pharmacy” as applied to drugs and medicine has certainly come a long way out of a bad environment, but there is still a bad odour about “patent medicines.” [source]
Revelation 10:1 Coming down out of heaven [καταβαινοντα εκ του ουρανου]
Present active participle of καταβαινω — katabainō picturing the process of the descent as in Revelation 20:1 (cf. Revelation 3:12).Arrayed with a cloud (περιβεβλημενον νεπελην — peribeblēmenon nephelēn). Perfect passive participle of περιβαλλω — periballō with accusative case retained as in Revelation 7:9, Revelation 7:13. Not proof that this angel is Christ, though Christ will come on the clouds (Revelation 1:7) as he ascended on a cloud (Acts 1:9). God‘s chariot is in the clouds (Psalm 104:3), but this angel is a special messenger of God‘s.The rainbow See Revelation 4:3 for this word. The construction here is changed from the accusative to the nominative.As the sun (ως ο ηλιος — hōs ho hēlios). The very metaphor applied to Christ in Revelation 1:16.As pillars of fire Somewhat like the metaphor of Christ in Revelation 1:15, but still no proof that this angel is Christ. On στυλος — stulos see Revelation 3:12; Galatians 2:9. [source]
Revelation 11:9 Men from among [εκ των]
No word for “men” (αντρωποι — anthrōpoi or πολλοι — polloi) before εκ των — ek tōn but it is implied (partitive use of εκ — ek) as in Revelation 2:10 and often. See also Revelation 5:9; Revelation 7:9 for this enumeration of races and nations. [source]
Revelation 11:11 The breath of life from God [πνευμα ζωης εκ του τεου]
This phrase Second aorist active indicative of εισερχομαι — eiserchomai with εν — en rather than εις — eis after it (cf. Luke 9:46). The prophecy has here become fact (change from future πεμπσουσιν — pempsousin to aorist εισηλτεν — eisēlthen).They stood upon their feet Ingressive second aorist active indicative of ιστημι — histēmi (intransitive). Reference to Ezekiel 37:10, but with the accusative in place of genitive there after επι — epi as in 2 Kings 13:21.Fell upon (επεπεσεν επι — epepesen epi). Second aorist active indicative of επιπιπτω — epipiptō with repetition of επι — epi The same prophetic use of the aorist as in εισηλτεν — eisēlthen and εστησαν — estēsan (τεωρουντας — theōrountas). Present active articular participle of τεωρεω — theōreō “The spectators were panic-stricken” (Swete). [source]
Revelation 13:1 Out of the sea [εκ της ταλασσης]
See Revelation 11:7 for “the beast coming up out of the abyss.” The imagery comes from Daniel 7:3. See also Revelation 17:8. This “wild beast from the sea,” as in Daniel 7:17, Daniel 7:23, is a vast empire used in the interest of brute force. This beast, like the dragon (Revelation 12:3), has ten horns and seven heads, but the horns are crowned, not the heads. The Roman Empire seems to be meant here (Revelation 17:9, Revelation 17:12). On “diadems” (διαδηματα — diadēmata) see Revelation 12:3, only ten here, not seven as there. [source]
Revelation 13:11 Out of the earth [εκ της γης]
Not “out of the sea” as the first (Revelation 13:1), perhaps locating him in Asia Minor without world-wide scope, but plainly the agent of the first beast and so of the dragon.He had (ειχεν — eichen). Imperfect active of εχω — echō Only two horns (not ten like the first, Revelation 13:1).Like unto a lamb Usual construction. Only the two horns of a young lamb and without the ferocity of the other beast, but “he spake as a dragon” Gunkel and Charles confess their inability to make anything out of this item. But Swete thinks that he had the roar of a dragon with all the looks of a lamb (weakness and innocence). Cf. the wolves in sheep‘s clothing (Matthew 7:15). [source]
Revelation 13:13 That he should even make fire come down out of heaven [ινα και πυρ ποιηι εκ του ουρανου καταβαινειν]
Purpose clause again with ινα — hina and the present active subjunctive of ποιεω — poieō and the object infinitive of καταβαινω — katabainō after ποιει — poiei Christ promised great signs to the disciples (John 14:12), but he also warned them against false prophets and false christs with their signs and wonders (Mark 13:22). So also Paul had pictured the power of the man of sin (2 Thessalonians 2:9). Elijah had called down fire from heaven (1 Kings 18:38; 2 Kings 1:10) and James and John had once even urged Jesus to do this miracle (Luke 9:54). [source]
Revelation 14:10 Of the wine of the wrath of God [εκ του οινου του τυμου του τεου]
Note εκ — ek (partitive) after πιεται — pietai In Revelation 16:19; Revelation 19:15 we have both τυμου — thumou and οργης — orgēs (wrath of the anger of God). The white heat of God‘s anger, held back through the ages, will be turned loose.Prepared unmixed (του κεκερασμενου ακρατου — tou kekerasmenou akratou). A bold and powerful oxymoron, “the mixed unmixed.” Ακρατος — Akratos is an old adjective (alpha privative and κεραννυμι — kerannumi to mix) used of wine unmixed with water (usually so mixed), here only in N.T. So it is strong wine mixed (perfect passive participle of κεραννυμι — kerannumi) with spices to make it still stronger (cf. Psalm 75:9).In the cup of his anger Both τυμος — thumos (vehement fury) and οργη — orgē (settled indignation).He shall be tormented (βασανιστησεται — basanisthēsetai). Future passive of βασανιζω — basanizō See Revelation 9:5; Revelation 11:10.With fire and brimstone See Revelation 9:17 for fire and brimstone and also Revelation 19:20; Revelation 20:10; Revelation 21:8. The imagery is already in Genesis 19:24; Isaiah 30:33; Ezekiel 38:22.In the presence of the holy angels and in the presence of the Lamb (ενωπιον αγγελων αγιων και ενωπιον του αρνιου — enōpion aggelōn hagiōn kai enōpion tou arniou). This holy environment adds to the punishment. [source]
Revelation 14:18 Out from the altar [εκ του τυσιαστηριου]
From the altar of incense where he is in charge of the fire If it is the altar of burnt offering (Revelation 6:9; Revelation 11:1), we are reminded of the blood of the martyrs (Swete), but if the altar of incense (Revelation 8:3, Revelation 8:5; Revelation 9:13; Revelation 16:7), then of the prayers of the saints.The sharp sickle (το δρεπανον το οχυ — to drepanon to oxu). Useful for vintage as for harvesting. So “send forth” (πεμπσον — pempson) as in Revelation 14:15.Gather First aorist active imperative of τρυγαω — trugaō old verb (from τρυγη — trugē dryness, ripeness), in N.T. only Revelation 14:18. and Luke 6:44.The clusters (τους βοτρυας — tous botruas). Old word βοτρυς — botrus here only in N.T. (Genesis 40:10).Her grapes Old word again for grapes, bunch of grapes, in N.T. only here, Matthew 7:16; Luke 6:44.Are fully ripe (ηκμασαν — ēkmasan). Old and common verb (from ακμη — akmē Matthew 15:16), to come to maturity, to reach its acme, here only in N.T. [source]
Revelation 14:20 Blood from the winepress [αιμα εκ της ληνου]
Bold imagery suggested by the colour of the grapes. [source]
Revelation 15:2 From the beast and from his image [εκ του τηριου και εκ της εικονος αυτου]
This use of εκ — ek after νικαω — nikaō is unusual, also with εκ του αριτμου — ek tou arithmou For these items see Revelation 13:1, Revelation 13:14, Revelation 13:17; Revelation 14:9, Revelation 14:11; Revelation 19:20; Revelation 20:4.By the glassy sea (επι την ταλασσαν την υαλινην — epi tēn thalassan tēn hualinēn). Or “upon” more likely (Revelation 4:6) with the accusative as in Matthew 14:25.Harps of God Objective genitive, for the worship of God (Revelation 5:8; Revelation 14:2; 1 Chronicles 16:42). [source]
Revelation 16:10 For pain [εκ του πονου]
“Out of distress” (cf. εκ — ek in Revelation 8:13), rare sense of old word (from πενομαι — penomai to work for one‘s living), in N.T. only here, Revelation 21:4; Colossians 4:13. See Matthew 8:12. [source]
Revelation 16:11 Of their works [εκ των εργων αυτων]
“Out of their deeds,” and addition to Revelation 16:9.The God of heaven (τον τεον του ουρανου — ton theon tou ouranou). As in Daniel 2:44. Like the pride of Nebuchadrezzar against Jehovah. [source]
Revelation 16:13 Coming out of [εκ]
(εκ — ek alone, no participle ερχομενα — erchomena). [source]
Revelation 16:21 Because of the plague of hail [εκ της πληγης της χαλαζης]
“As a result of the plague of hail.” This punishment had the same effect as in Revelation 16:9, Revelation 16:11. [source]
Revelation 17:6 Drunken with the blood of the saints [μετυουσαν εκ του αιματος των αγιων]
Present active feminine accusative singular participle of μετυω — methuō old verb, to be drunk (Matthew 24:49). [source]
Revelation 17:8 And is about to come up out of the abyss [και μελλει αναβαινειν εκ της αβυσσου]
That is, he is going to come to life again.And to go into perdition (και εις απωλειαν υπαγει — kai eis apōleian hupagei). So (and he goes into perdition) the best MSS. read rather than the infinitive υπαγειν — hupagein Most interpreters see here an allusion to the “Nero redivivus ” expectancy realized in Domitian, who was ruling when John wrote and who was called Nero redivivus.Shall wonder First future passive (deponent) of ταυμαζω — thaumazō with which compare εταυμαστη — ethaumasthē in Revelation 13:3. John had wondered Singular ονομα — onoma like πτωμα — ptōma in Revelation 11:8. See Revelation 13:8 for the same description of those who worship the beast, and see note for discussion of details.When they behold Genitive plural of the present active participle of βλεπω — blepō agreeing with ων — hōn (genitive relative) rather than with οι κατοικουντες — hoi katoikountes (nominative just before ων — hōn).How that (οτι — hoti). “Namely that.”He was, and is not, and shall come Repetition of what is in Revelation 17:7 with παρεσται — parestai (future of παρειμι — pareimi from which παρουσια — parousia comes) in place of μελλει — mellei “parody of the divine name” (Charles) in Revelation 1:4, Revelation 1:8; Revelation 4:8, “as the hellish antitype of Christ.” The Neronic Antichrist has also a παρουσια — parousia f0). [source]
Revelation 17:11 Is himself also an eighth and is of the seven [και αυτος ογδοος και εκ των επτα]
This is the angel‘s interpretation and it looks like a reference to Domitian as the eighth, who is regarded as one of the seven because he was considered a second Nero (Nero redivivus). For εκ των επτα — ek tōn hepta see Acts 21:8. John may have used εκ των — ek tōn instead of εις εκ των — heis ek tōn to avoid absolute identity between Domitian and Nero (Beckwith). [source]
Revelation 18:1 Coming down out of heaven [καταβαινοντα εκ του ουρανου]
Present active predicate participle. Not the angel of Revelation 17:1, Revelation 17:7, Revelation 17:15 (John‘s guide), but one announcing the doom of Babylon (Rome). As in Revelation 10:1; Revelation 20:1. [source]
Revelation 18:1 With his glory [εκ της δοχης αυτου]
“By reason of (εκ — ek as in Revelation 8:13; Revelation 16:10) his glory.” “So recently has he come from the Presence that in passing he flings a broad belt of light across the dark earth” (Swete). [source]
Revelation 18:3 By [εκ]
“As a result of.” Some MSS. omit “of the wine” Cf. Revelation 14:10; Revelation 16:10. [source]
Revelation 18:19 By reason of her costliness [εκ της τιμιοτητος αυτης]
Occasionally in later literary Greek, though here only in N.T. and not in lxx. The same use of τιμη — timē appears in 1 Peter 2:7. Common in the papyri as a title like “Your Honor” (Moulton and Milligan‘s Vocabulary). [source]
Revelation 20:1 Coming down out of heaven [καταβαινοντα εκ του ουρανου]
As in Revelation 10:1; Revelation 18:1. [source]
Revelation 20:7 Out of his prison [εκ της πυλακης αυτου]
For πυλακη — phulakē in this sense see Revelation 2:10. Out of the abyss of Revelation 20:2, Revelation 20:3. [source]
Revelation 20:9 The beloved city [και κατεβη πυρ εκ του ουρανου]
Perfect passive participle of καταβαινω — agapaō “the city the beloved.” See Psalm 78:68; Psalm 87:2 for Jerusalem so described. So Charles takes it here, but Swete holds it to be “the Church the New Zion” that is meant. [source]
Revelation 21:2 Coming down out of heaven from God [καταβαινουσαν εκ του ουρανου απο του τεου]
Glorious picture caught by John and repeated from Revelation 3:12 and again in Revelation 21:10. But Charles distinguishes this new city of God from that in 21:9-22:2 because there is no tree of life in this one. But one shrinks from too much manipulation of this symbolism. It is better to see the glorious picture with John and let it tell its own story.Made ready (ητοιμασμενην — hētoimasmenēn). Perfect passive participle of ετοιμαζω — hetoimazō as in Revelation 19:7. The Wife of the Lamb made herself ready in her bridal attire.As a bride adorned Perfect passive participle of κοσμεω — kosmeō old verb (from κοσμος — kosmos ornament like our cosmetics), as in Revelation 21:19. Only here the figure of bride is not the people of God as in Revelation 19:7, but the abode of the people of God (the New Jerusalem).For her husband (τωι ανδρι αυτης — tōi andri autēs). Dative case of personal interest. [source]
Revelation 21:4 Shall wipe away every tear from their eyes [εχαλειπσει παν δακρυον εκ των οπταλμων αυτων]
More exactly, “shall wipe out every tear out of their eyes” (repetition of εχ — ex) like a tender mother as in Revelation 7:17 (Isaiah 25:8). There is no more that ought to cause a tear, for death (τανατος — thanatos) is no more, mourning (πεντος — penthos), associated with death and crying (κραυγη — kraugē wailing), and pain (πονος — ponos as in Revelation 16:10) are all gone. There is peace and bliss. [source]
Revelation 21:6 Of the fountain [εκ της πηγης]
For this partitive use of εκ — ek see Matthew 25:8, without εκ — ek Revelation 2:17. [source]
Revelation 21:9 One of the seven angels [εις εκ των επτα αγγελων]
As in Revelation 17:1 with the same introduction when the angel made the announcement about the harlot city (Babylon), so here the description of the heavenly city, the New Jerusalem, is given by one of the same group of angels who had the seven bowls. Thus the νυμπη — numphē (Bride) is placed in sharp contrast with the πορνη — pornē (Harlot). The New Jerusalem was briefly presented in Revelation 21:2, but now is pictured at length (21:9-22:5) in a nearer and clearer vision. [source]
Revelation 22:1 Proceeding out of the throne of God and of the Lamb [εκπορευομενον εκ του τρονου του τεου και του αρνιου]
Cf. Ezekiel 47:1; Zechariah 14:8. Already in Revelation 3:21 Christ is pictured as sharing the Father‘s throne as in Hebrews 1:3. See also Revelation 22:3. This phrase has no bearing on the doctrine of the Procession of the Holy Spirit. [source]

765 Verses with G1537

Matthew 1:3
Literal: Judah then begat - Perez and Zerah out of - Tamar Perez Hezron Hezron Ram
KJV: And  Judas  begat  Phares  and  Zara  of  Thamar;  and  Phares  begat  Esrom;  and  Esrom  begat  Aram; 

Matthew 1:5
Literal: Salmon then begat - Boaz out of - Rahab Boaz Obed Ruth Obed Jesse
KJV: And  Salmon  begat  Booz  of  Rachab;  and  Booz  begat  Obed  of  Ruth;  and  Obed  begat  Jesse; 

Matthew 1:6
Literal: Jesse then begat - David the king David Solomon out of the [wife] - of Uriah
KJV: And  Jesse  begat  David  the king;  and  David  the king  begat  Solomon  of  her  that had been the wife of Urias; 

Matthew 1:16
Literal: Jacob then begat - Joseph the husband of Mary out of whom was born Jesus the [One] being called Christ
KJV: And  Jacob  begat  Joseph  the husband  of Mary,  of  whom  was born  Jesus,  who  is called  Christ. 

Matthew 1:18
Literal: - Now of Jesus Christ the birth thus came about Having been pledged the mother of Him Mary - to Joseph before rather coming together of them she was found in womb having [a child] out of [the] Spirit Holy
KJV: Now  of Jesus  Christ  on this wise:  his  mother  Mary  was espoused  to Joseph,  before  they  came together,  she was found  with child  of  the Holy  Ghost. 

Matthew 1:20
Literal: These things now of him having pondered behold an angel of [the] Lord in a dream appeared to him saying Joseph son of David not you should fear to receive Mary [as] the wife of you that for in her having been conceived from [the] Spirit is Holy
KJV: But  while he  thought on  behold,  the angel  of the Lord  appeared  unto him  in  a dream,  saying,  Joseph,  thou son  of David,  fear  not  to take  Mary  thy wife:  for  that which is conceived  in  her  of  the Holy  Ghost. 

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 2:15
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 3:9
Literal: And not presume to say within yourselves [As] father we have - Abraham I say for to you that able is - God out of the stones these to raise up children unto Abraham
KJV: And  think  not  to say  within  yourselves,  We have  Abraham  to our father:  for  I say  that  God  is able  of  stones  to raise up  children  unto Abraham. 

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 5:37
Literal: Let it be however the statement of you Yes ‘Yes [and] ‘No No The more than these from - evil comes
KJV: But  communication  Yea,  Nay,  for  whatsoever is more  of  evil. 

Matthew 6:27
Literal: Who now from you being anxious is able to add to the lifespan of him hour one
KJV: Which  by taking thought  can  add  one  cubit  unto  his  stature? 

Matthew 7:4
Literal: Or how shall you say to the brother of you Permit that I might cast out the splinter from the eye and behold the beam [is] in the eye of you
KJV: Or  how  wilt thou say  brother,  Let  me pull out  the mote  eye;  and,  behold,  a beam  is in  eye? 

Matthew 7:5
Literal: Hypocrite Cast out first from the eye of you the beam and then you will see clearly to cast out the splinter of the brother of you
KJV: Thou hypocrite,  first  cast out  the beam  out of  eye;  and  then  shalt thou see clearly  to cast out  the mote  out of  brother's  eye. 

Matthew 7:9
Literal: Or which is of you a man whom will ask for the son of him bread not a stone will he give him
KJV: Or  what  man  there of  whom  his  son  ask  bread,  will he give  him  a stone? 

Matthew 8:28
Literal: And having come He to the other side the region of the Gadarenes met Him two being possessed by demons out of the tombs coming forth violent extremely so that not was able anyone to pass by the way that
KJV: And  when he  was come  to  the other side  into  the country  there met  him  two  possessed with devils,  coming  out of  the tombs,  exceeding  fierce,  so that  no  man  might  pass  by  that  way. 

Matthew 10:29
Literal: Not two sparrows for an assarion are sold And one of them not will fall to the ground apart from the Father of you
KJV: not  two  sparrows  sold  for a farthing?  and  one  of  them  not  fall  on  the ground  without  Father. 

Matthew 12:11
Literal: - And He said to them What will there be among you man who will have sheep one and if falls it on the Sabbaths into a pit not will he take hold of it will raise [it] up
KJV: And  he said  unto them,  What  man  among  that  shall have  one  sheep,  and  if  fall  into  a pit  on the sabbath day,  not  lay hold  on it,  and  lift it out? 

Matthew 12:33
Literal: Either make the tree good and the fruit of it good or bad bad by for the fruit the tree is known
KJV: Either  make  the tree  good,  and  his  fruit  good;  or else  make  the tree  corrupt,  and  his  fruit  corrupt:  for  the tree  is known  by  his fruit. 

Matthew 12:34
Literal: Offspring of vipers how are you able good things to speak evil being Out of for the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks
KJV: O generation  of vipers,  how  can ye,  evil,  speak  good things?  for  out of  the abundance  of the heart  the mouth  speaketh. 

Matthew 12:35
Literal: The good man out of his good treasure puts forth good things and evil evil evil things
KJV: A good  man  out of  the good  treasure  bringeth forth  good things:  and  an evil  man  out of  the evil  treasure  bringeth forth  evil things. 

Matthew 12:37
Literal: By for the words of you you will be justified and you will be condemned
KJV: For  by  words  thou shalt be justified,  and  by  words  thou shalt be condemned. 

Matthew 12:42
Literal: The queen of [the] south will rise up in the judgment with the generation this and will condemn it for she came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon behold greater than Solomon here
KJV: The queen  of the south  shall rise up  in  the judgment  with  generation,  and  shall condemn  it:  for  she came  from  the uttermost parts  of the earth  to hear  the wisdom  of Solomon;  and,  behold,  a greater than  Solomon  is here. 

Matthew 13:41
Literal: Will send forth the Son - of Man the angels of Him and they will gather out of the kingdom all the causes of sin those practicing - lawlessness
KJV: The Son  of man  shall send forth  his  angels,  and  they shall gather  out of  his  kingdom  all things  that offend,  and  them which do  iniquity; 

Matthew 13:47
Literal: Again like is the kingdom of the heavens a dragnet having been cast into the sea and of every kind having gathered together
KJV: Again,  the kingdom  of heaven  like  unto a net,  that was cast  into  the sea,  and  gathered  of  every  kind: 

Matthew 13:49
Literal: Thus will it be in the consummation of the age will go out the angels and will separate the evil from [the] midst of the righteous
KJV: So  at  the end  of the world:  the angels  shall come forth,  and  sever  the wicked  from  among  the just, 

Matthew 13:52
Literal: - And He said to them Because of this every scribe having been discipled into the kingdom of the heavens like is a man a master of a house who puts forth out of the treasure of him [things] new and old
KJV: Then  said  he unto them,  Therefore  every  scribe  which is instructed  the kingdom  of heaven  like  unto a man  that is an householder,  which  bringeth forth  out of  his  treasure  things new  and  old. 

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 15:11
Literal: Not what is entering into the mouth defiles the man but that going forth out of the mouth this
KJV: Not  that which goeth  into  the mouth  defileth  a man;  but  that which cometh  out of  the mouth,  defileth  a man. 

Matthew 15:18
Literal: The things however going forth out of the mouth the heart come forth and these defile the man
KJV: But  those things which  proceed  out of  the mouth  come forth  from  the heart;  and they  defile  the man. 

Matthew 15:19
Literal: Out of for the heart come forth thoughts evil murders adulteries sexual immorality thefts false testimonies slanders
KJV: For  out of  the heart  proceed  evil  thoughts,  murders,  adulteries,  fornications,  thefts,  false witness,  blasphemies: 

Matthew 16:1
Literal: And having approached the Pharisees Sadducees testing asked Him a sign out of - heaven to show them
KJV: The Pharisees  also  with the Sadducees  came,  and  tempting  desired  him  that he would shew  them  a sign  from  heaven. 

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 17:9
Literal: And [as] were descending they from the mountain instructed them - Jesus saying To no one tell the vision until that the Son - of Man out from [the] dead is risen
KJV: And  as they  came down  the mountain,  Jesus  charged  them,  saying,  Tell  the vision  to no man,  until  the Son  of man  from  the dead. 

Matthew 18:12
Literal: What you do think If there should be to any man a hundred sheep and has gone astray one of them not will he leave the ninety nine on mountains having gone seek the [one] going astray
KJV: How  think  if  a man  have  an hundred  sheep,  and  one  of  them  be gone astray,  not  leave  the ninety and nine,  and goeth  into  the mountains,  and seeketh  that which  is gone astray? 

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 19:12
Literal: There are for eunuchs who from [the] womb of [their] mother were born thus and were made eunuchs by - men made eunuchs of themselves for the sake of the kingdom of the heavens The [one] being able to receive [it] let him receive [it]
KJV: For  some eunuchs,  which  were so  born  from  their mother's  womb:  and  some eunuchs,  which  were made eunuchs  of  men:  and  eunuchs,  which  themselves  eunuchs  for  the kingdom  of heaven's sake.  He that is able  to receive 

Matthew 20:2
Literal: Having agreed then with the workmen for a denarius for the day he sent them into the vineyard of him
KJV: And  when he had agreed  with  the labourers  for  a penny  a day,  he sent  them  into  his  vineyard. 

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 20:23
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 21:16
Literal: and said to Him Hear you what these say - And Jesus says to them Yes never did you read - Out of [the] mouth of babes sucklings You have prepared for yourself praise
KJV: And  said  unto him,  Hearest thou  what  these  say?  And  Jesus  saith  unto them,  Yea;  have ye never  read,  Out of  the mouth  of babes  and  sucklings  thou hast perfected  praise? 

Matthew 21:19
Literal: And having seen fig tree one along the road He came to it nothing found on it if not leaves only He says to it Never no more from you fruit let there be to the age withered immediately the fig tree
KJV: And  fig tree  in  the way,  he came  to  it,  and  found  nothing  thereon,  leaves  only,  and  said  unto it,  fruit  grow  on  henceforward  for  ever.  And  presently  the fig tree  withered away. 

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 21:26
Literal: If however we should say From men we fear the multitude all for as a prophet hold - John
KJV: But  if  we shall say,  Of  men;  we fear  the people;  for  all  hold  John  as  a prophet. 

Matthew 21:31
Literal: Which of the two did the will of the father They say The first Says to them - Jesus Truly I say to you that the tax collectors and the prostitutes go before you into the kingdom - of God
KJV: Whether  of  them twain  did  the will  of his father?  They say  unto him,  The first.  Jesus  saith  unto them,  Verily  I say  That  the publicans  and  the harlots  into  the kingdom  of God  before 

Matthew 22:35
Literal: And questioned [Him] one of them a lawyer testing Him
KJV: Then  one  of  them,  which was a lawyer,  asked  him a question, tempting  him,  and 

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 23:25
Literal: Woe to you scribes and Pharisees hypocrites For you cleanse the outside of the cup of the dish inside however they are full of greed self-indulgence
KJV: Woe  scribes  and  Pharisees,  hypocrites!  for  ye make clean  the outside  of the cup  and  of the platter,  but  within  they are full  of  extortion  and  excess. 

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 24:17
Literal: the [one] on the housetop not let him come down to take anything out of the house of him
KJV: Let him which is on  the housetop  not  come down  to take  out of  his  house: 

Matthew 24:31
Literal: And He will send the angels of Him with a trumpet call great they will gather together elect from the four winds from [the] ends of the heavens to the ends of them
KJV: And  he shall send  his  angels  with  a great  of a trumpet,  and  they shall gather together  his  elect  from  the four  winds,  from  one end  of heaven  to  the other. 

Matthew 25:2
Literal: Five now of them were foolish and wise
KJV: And  five  of  them  wise,  and  five  were foolish. 

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 25:33
Literal: And He will set - indeed the sheep on [the] right hand of Him and the goats on [the] left
KJV: And  he shall set  the sheep  on  his  right hand,  but  the goats  on  the left. 

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 25:41
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 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 26:27
Literal: And having taken a cup having given thanks He gave [it] to them saying Drink of it all of you
KJV: And  he took  the cup,  and  gave thanks,  and gave  it to them,  saying,  Drink ye  all  of  it; 

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 26:42
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 26:44
Literal: And having left them again having gone away He prayed for [the] third time the same thing having said
KJV: And  he left  them,  and went away  again,  and prayed  the third time,  saying  the same  words. 

Matthew 26:64
Literal: Says to him - Jesus You have said But I say to you from now you will see the Son - of Man sitting at [the] right hand - of Power and coming upon the clouds of heaven
KJV: Jesus  saith  unto him,  Thou  hast said:  nevertheless  I say  Hereafter  the Son  of man  sitting  on  the right hand  of power,  and  coming  in  the clouds  of heaven. 

Matthew 26:73
Literal: After a little while also having come to [him] those standing by they said - to Peter Surely also you of them are even for the speech of you away you gives
KJV: And  after  came unto him they  that stood by,  and said  to Peter,  Surely  thou  also  one of  them;  for  speech  bewrayeth 

Matthew 27:7
Literal: Counsel then having taken they bought with them the field of the potter for a burial place for the strangers
KJV: And  they took  counsel,  and bought  with  them  the potter's  field,  to  strangers  in. 

Matthew 27:29
Literal: And having twisted together a crown of thorns they put [it] on the head of Him a reed in the right hand having bowed the knees before Him they mocked Him saying Hail King of the Jews
KJV: And  when they had platted  a crown  of  thorns,  they put  it upon  his  head,  and  a reed  in  his  right hand:  and  they bowed the knee  before  him,  and mocked  him,  saying,  Hail,  King  of the Jews! 

Matthew 27:38
Literal: At the same time are crucified with Him two robbers one at [the] right hand and at [the] left
KJV: Then  were there two  thieves  crucified  with  him,  one  on  the right hand,  and  another  on  the left. 

Matthew 27:48
Literal: And immediately having run one of them having taken a sponge having filled [it] and with vinegar having put [it] on a reed gave to drink Him
KJV: And  straightway  one  of  them  ran,  and  took  a spunge,  and  filled  it with vinegar,  and  put it on  a reed,  him  to drink. 

Matthew 27:53
Literal: and having gone forth out of the tombs after the resurrection of Him they entered into holy city appeared to many
KJV: And  came  out of  the graves  after  his  resurrection,  and went  into  the holy  city,  and  appeared  unto many. 

Matthew 28:2
Literal: And behold an earthquake there was great an angel for of [the] Lord having descended out of heaven having come rolled away the stone was sitting upon it
KJV: And,  behold,  there was  a great  earthquake:  for  the angel  of the Lord  descended  from  heaven,  and came  and rolled back  the stone  and  sat  upon  it. 

Mark 1:10
Literal: And immediately going up from the water he saw tearing open the heavens the Spirit as a dove descending upon Him
KJV: And  straightway  coming up  the water,  the heavens  opened,  and  the Spirit  a dove  descending  him: 

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 1:25
Literal: And rebuked him - Jesus saying Be silent come forth out of him
KJV: And  Jesus  rebuked  him,  saying,  Hold thy peace,  and  come  out of  him. 

Mark 1:26
Literal: And having thrown into convulsions him the spirit - unclean having cried in a voice loud it came forth out of him
KJV: And  when the unclean  spirit  had torn  him,  and  with a loud  voice,  he came  out of  him. 

Mark 1:29
Literal: And immediately out of the synagogue having gone forth they came into the house of Simon Andrew with James John
KJV: And  forthwith,  when they were come  out of  the synagogue,  they entered  into  the house  of Simon  and  Andrew,  with  James  and  John. 

Mark 5:2
Literal: And having gone forth of Him out of the boat immediately met Him the tombs a man with a spirit unclean
KJV: And  when he  was come  out of  the ship,  immediately  him  out of  the tombs  a man  with  an unclean  spirit, 

Mark 5:8
Literal: He was saying for to him You come forth the spirit - unclean out of the man
KJV: For  unto him,  Come  out of  the man,  thou unclean  spirit. 

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 6:14
Literal: And heard - King Herod well known for became the name of Him they were saying - John the [one] baptizing is risen out from [the] dead because of this operate the miraculous powers in him
KJV: And  king  Herod  heard  of him; (for  his  name  was  spread abroad:)  and  That  John  the Baptist  was risen  from  the dead,  and  therefore  mighty works  do shew forth themselves  in  him. 

Mark 6:51
Literal: And He went up to them into the boat ceased the wind exceedingly in abundance in themselves they were amazed
KJV: And  he went up  unto  them  into  the ship;  and  the wind  ceased:  and  they were sore  amazed  in  themselves  beyond  measure,  and 

Mark 6:54
Literal: And on having come of them out of the boat immediately having recognized Him
KJV: And  when they  were come  out of  the ship,  straightway  they knew  him, 

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 7:15
Literal: Nothing there is from outside the man entering into him which is able to defile him but the things out of proceeding are defiling the man
KJV: nothing  from without  a man,  that  entering  into  him  can  defile  him:  but  the things which come  him,  that defile  the man. 

Mark 7:20
Literal: He was saying now - That out of the man going forth that defiles the man
KJV: And  That which cometh  out of  the man,  that  defileth  the man. 

Mark 7:21
Literal: Within for from the heart - of men - thoughts evil go forth sexual immorality thefts murders adulteries
KJV: For  from within,  out of  the heart  of men,  proceed  evil  thoughts,  adulteries,  fornications,  murders, 

Mark 7:26
Literal: - Now the woman was Gentile Syrophoenician by race and kept asking Him that the demon He should cast forth out of the daughter of her
KJV: The woman  a Greek,  a Syrophenician  by nation;  and  she besought  him  that  he would cast forth  the devil  out of  her  daughter. 

Mark 7:29
Literal: And He said to her Because of this - word go has gone forth out of the daughter of you the demon
KJV: And  he said  unto her,  For  saying  go thy way;  the devil  is gone  out of  daughter. 

Mark 7:31
Literal: And again having departed from the region of Tyre He came through Sidon to the Sea - of Galilee through [the] midst of the of [the] Decapolis
KJV: And  again,  departing  from  the coasts  of Tyre  and  Sidon,  he came  the sea  of Galilee,  through  the midst  of the coasts  of Decapolis. 

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 9:9
Literal: And descending of them from the mountain He instructed them that to no one what they had seen they should tell if not until the Son - of Man out from [the] dead had risen
KJV: as they  came down  the mountain,  he charged  them  that  they should tell  no man  what things  the Son  of man  were risen  from  the dead. 

Mark 9:10
Literal: And that saying they kept among themselves questioning what it is - out from the dead to rise
KJV: And  they kept  that saying  with  themselves,  questioning one with another  what  the rising  from  the dead 

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 9:21
Literal: And He asked the father of him How long a time is it that this has been with him - And he said From childhood
KJV: And  he asked  his  father,  How long  ago  since  came  unto him?  And  he said,  Of a child. 

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 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 10:37
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 10:40
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 11:8
Literal: And many the cloaks of them spread on the road others then branches having been cut down from the fields
KJV: And  many  spread  their  garments  in  the way:  and  others  cut down  branches  off  and  strawed  them in  the way. 

Mark 11:14
Literal: And answering He said to it No more to the age of you no one fruit may eat were listening the disciples of Him
KJV: And  answered  and said  unto it,  No man  eat  fruit  of  hereafter  for  ever.  And  his  disciples  heard 

Mark 11:20
Literal: And passing by in the morning they saw the fig tree having been dried up from [the] roots
KJV: And  in the morning,  as they passed by,  the fig tree  dried up  from  the roots. 

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 11:31
Literal: And they began reasoning with themselves saying What should we say If we should say From heaven He will say Because of why then not did you believe him
KJV: And  with  themselves,  saying,  If  we shall say,  From  heaven;  he will say,  then  not  believe  him? 

Mark 11:32
Literal: But should we say From men they were afraid of the people all for were holding - John truly that a prophet he was
KJV: But  we shall say,  Of  men;  they feared  for  all  men counted  John,  that  a prophet  indeed. 

Mark 12:25
Literal: When for out from [the] dead they rise neither do they marry nor are given in marriage but are like angels in the heavens
KJV: For  when  they shall rise  from  the dead,  they neither  marry,  nor  are given in marriage;  but  as  the angels  which  are in  heaven. 

Mark 12:30
Literal: and you shall love [the] Lord - God of you with all the heart soul mind strength
KJV: And  thou shalt love  the Lord  God  with  all  heart,  and  with  all  soul,  and  with  all  mind,  and  with  all  strength: 

Mark 12:33
Literal: and - to love Him with all the heart understanding strength the neighbor as oneself more important is than all the burnt offerings sacrifices
KJV: And  to love  him  with  all  the heart,  and  with  all  the understanding,  and  with  all  and  with  all  the strength,  and  to love  his neighbour  as  himself,  than all  whole burnt offerings  and  sacrifices. 

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 12:44
Literal: All for out of that which was abounding to them cast [in] she however the poverty of her all as much as she had cast [in] all the livelihood
KJV: For  all  they did cast in  of  their  abundance;  but  she  of  her  want  did cast in  all  that  she had,  even all  her  living. 

Mark 13:1
Literal: And going forth of Him out of the temple says to Him one of the disciples Teacher behold what stones what buildings
KJV: And  as he  went  out of  the temple,  one  of his  disciples  saith  unto him,  Master,  what manner  of stones  and  what  buildings 

Mark 13:15
Literal: the [one] and upon the housetop not let him come down nor go in anything to take out of the house of him
KJV: And  that is on  the housetop  not  go down  the house,  neither  enter  therein, to take  any thing  out of  his  house: 

Mark 13:25
Literal: and the stars will be out of the heaven falling the powers that [are] in the heavens will be shaken
KJV: And  the stars  of heaven  and  the powers  that are in  heaven  shall be shaken. 

Mark 13:27
Literal: And then He will send the angels will gather together elect of Him from the four winds from [the] end of earth to [the] of heaven
KJV: And  then  shall he send  his  angels,  and  shall gather together  his  elect  from  the four  winds,  from  the uttermost part  of the earth  to  the uttermost part  of heaven. 

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 14:23
Literal: And having taken the cup having given thanks He gave [it] to them they drank of it all
KJV: And  he took  the cup,  and when he had given thanks,  he gave  it to them:  and  they all  drank  of  it. 

Mark 14:25
Literal: Truly I say to you that no more never not will I drink of the fruit of the vine until the day that when it I drink anew in the kingdom - of God
KJV: Verily  I say  drink  no more  of  the fruit  of the vine,  until  that  day  that  I drink  it  new  in  the kingdom  of God. 

Mark 14:62
Literal: - And Jesus said I am And you will see the Son - of Man at [the] right hand sitting of Power coming with the clouds of heaven
KJV: And  Jesus  said,  am:  and  the Son  of man  sitting  on  the right hand  of power,  and  coming  in  the clouds  of heaven. 

Mark 14:69
Literal: And the servant girl having seen him began again to say to those standing by - This [one] of them is
KJV: And  a maid  him  again,  and began  to say  to them that stood by,  This  one of  them. 

Mark 14:70
Literal: - But again he denied And after a little those standing by were saying - to Peter Truly of them you are also for a Galilean and the speech of you agrees
KJV: And  he denied it  again.  And  after,  they that stood by  again  to Peter,  Surely  one of  them:  for  a Galilaean,  and  speech  agreeth 

Mark 14:72
Literal: And immediately for the second time a rooster crowed remembered - Peter the word that had said to him Jesus - Before [the] rooster twice crows three times Me you will deny having broken down he began to weep
KJV: And  the  second time  the cock  crew.  And  Peter  called to mind  the word  Jesus  said  unto him,  Before  the cock  crow  twice,  thou shalt deny  thrice.  And  when he thought thereon,  he wept. 

Mark 15:27
Literal: And with Him they crucify two robbers one at [the] right hand at [the] left of Him
KJV: And  with  him  they crucify  two  thieves;  the one  on  his right hand,  and  the other  on  his  left. 

Mark 15:39
Literal: Having seen then the centurion - standing from opposite of Him that thus He breathed His last he said Truly this man [the] Son of God was
KJV: And  when the centurion,  which  stood  over  against  him,  that  he so  and gave up the ghost,  he said,  Truly  this  man  the Son  of God. 

Mark 15:46
Literal: And having bought a linen cloth having taken down him he wrapped [Him] in the linen cloth laid in a tomb which was cut out of a rock he rolled a stone to the door of the tomb
KJV: And  he bought  fine linen,  and  took him down,  and wrapped  him  in the linen,  and  him  in  a sepulchre  which  hewn  out of  a rock,  and  rolled  a stone  unto  the door  of the sepulchre. 

Mark 16:3
Literal: And they were saying among themselves Who will roll away for us the stone from the door of the tomb
KJV: And  among  themselves,  Who  away  the stone  from  the door  of the sepulchre? 

Mark 16:12
Literal: After now these things to two of them as they are walking He appeared in another form going into [the] country
KJV: After  he appeared  in  another  form  unto two  of  them,  as they walked,  and went  into  the country. 

Mark 16:14
Literal: Afterward now were reclining they to the eleven He appeared and rebuked the unbelief of them hardness of heart because those having seen Him arisen from the dead not they believed
KJV: Afterward  he appeared  unto the eleven  as they  sat at meat,  and  upbraided  them with their  unbelief  and  hardness of heart,  because  they believed  not  them which had seen  him  after he was risen. 

Mark 16:19
Literal: - Indeed therefore the Lord Jesus after - speaking to them was taken up into the heaven and sat at [the] right hand - of God
KJV: So  then  after  the Lord  had spoken  unto them,  he was received up  into  heaven,  and  sat  on  the right hand  of God. 

Luke 1:5
Literal: There was in the days of Herod king - of Judea a priest certain named Zechariah of [the] division of Abijah and wife of him of the daughters of Aaron the name of her Elizabeth
KJV: There was  in  the days  of Herod,  the king  of Judaea,  a certain  priest  named  Zacharias,  of  the course  of Abia:  and  his  wife  was of  the daughters  of Aaron,  and  her  name  was Elisabeth. 

Luke 1:11
Literal: Appeared then to him an angel of [the] Lord standing at [the] right of the altar incense
KJV: And  unto him  an angel  of the Lord  standing  on  the right side  of the altar  of incense. 

Luke 1:15
Literal: He will be for great before the Lord and wine strong drink no not shall he drink [of the] Spirit Holy he will be filled even from [the] womb of [the] mother of him
KJV: For  great  in the sight  of the Lord,  and  shall drink  wine  nor  strong drink;  and  he shall be filled  with the Holy  Ghost,  even  from  his  mother's  womb. 

Luke 1:27
Literal: to a virgin betrothed to a man whose name [was] Joseph of [the] house of David and the name of the virgin [was] Mary
KJV: To  a virgin  espoused  to a man  whose  name  was Joseph,  of  the house  of David;  and  the virgin's  name  was Mary. 

Luke 1:61
Literal: And they said to her - No one is among the relatives of you who is called the name by this
KJV: And  they said  unto  her,  none  kindred  that  is called  name. 

Luke 1:71
Literal: salvation from [the] enemies of us and from [the] hand of all those hating us
KJV: That we should be saved  from  enemies,  and  from  the hand  of all  that hate 

Luke 1:74
Literal: without fear from [the] hand of our enemies having been saved to serve Him
KJV: that we being delivered  out of  the hand  enemies  might serve  him  without fear, 

Luke 1:78
Literal: through [the] affections of compassion of God of us in which will visit us [the] Sunrise from on high
KJV: Through  the tender  mercy  God;  whereby  the dayspring  from  on high  hath visited 

Luke 2:4
Literal: Went up then also Joseph from - Galilee out of [the] town of Nazareth to - Judea [the] City of David which is called Bethlehem because of - being his of [the] house and family of David
KJV: And  Joseph  also  went up  from  Galilee,  out of  the city  of Nazareth,  into  Judaea,  unto  the city  of David,  which  is called  Bethlehem;  (because  he  of  the house  and  lineage  of David:) 

Luke 2:35
Literal: and of you also of her the soul will go through a sword so that - may be revealed of many hearts [the] thoughts
KJV: (Yea,  a sword  shall pierce through  own  soul  also,)  that  the thoughts  of  many  hearts  may be revealed. 

Luke 2:36
Literal: And there was Anna a prophetess daughter of Phanuel of [the] tribe of Asher she being advanced in years great having lived with a husband years seven from the marriage of herself
KJV: And  one Anna,  a prophetess,  the daughter  of Phanuel,  of  the tribe  of Aser:  she  was of a great  age,  and had lived  with  an husband  seven  years  from  her  virginity; 

Luke 3:8
Literal: Produce therefore fruits worthy - of repentance and not begin to say in yourselves [As] father We have - Abraham I say for to you that is able - God from - stones these to raise up children - to Abraham
KJV: Bring forth  therefore  fruits  worthy  of repentance,  and  begin  not  to say  within  yourselves,  We have  Abraham  to our father:  for  I say  That  God  is able  of  stones  to raise up  children  unto Abraham. 

Luke 3:22
Literal: and descended the Spirit - Holy in a bodily form as a dove upon Him a voice out of heaven came You are the Son of Me beloved in You I am well pleased
KJV: And  the Holy  Ghost  descended  in a bodily  shape  a dove  upon  him,  and  a voice  came  from  heaven,  Thou  beloved  Son;  in  I am well pleased. 

Luke 4:22
Literal: And all were bearing witness to Him marveling at the words of the grace that are proceeding out of the mouth of Him they were saying Not the son is of Joseph this
KJV: And  all  him  witness,  and  wondered  at  the gracious  words  which  proceeded  out of  his  mouth.  And  this  Joseph's  son? 

Luke 5:3
Literal: Having entered then into one of the boats which was Simon’s He asked him from the land to put off a little Having sat down from the boat He was teaching the crowds
KJV: And  he entered  into  one  of the ships,  which  Simon's,  and prayed  him  that he would thrust out  a little  from  the land.  he sat down,  and taught  the people  out of  the ship. 

Luke 5:17
Literal: And it came to pass on one of the days that He was teaching there were sitting by Pharisees teachers of the law who were come out of every village - of Galilee of Judea of Jerusalem [the] power of [the] Lord was [there] for - to heal Him
KJV: And  it came to pass  on  day,  as  he  teaching,  that  Pharisees  and  doctors of the law  sitting by,  which  come  out of  every  town  of Galilee,  and  Judaea,  and  Jerusalem:  and  the power  of the Lord  present to  heal  them. 

Luke 6:42
Literal: How are you able to say to brother of you Brother let [that] I might cast out the splinter that [is] in the eye yourself the of you beam not seeing Hypocrite cast out first from the eye and then you will see clearly - of the brother to cast out
KJV: how  canst thou  say  brother,  let me  pull out  the mote  that is in  eye,  thyself  beholdest  not  the beam  that is in  own eye?  Thou hypocrite,  cast out  first  the beam  out of  eye,  and  then  shalt thou see clearly  to pull out  the mote  that is in  brother's  eye. 

Luke 6:44
Literal: Each for tree by the own fruit is known Not from thorns do they gather figs nor from a bramble bush grapes gather they
KJV: For  every  tree  is known  by  his own  fruit.  For  of  thorns  men do not  gather  figs,  nor  of  a bramble bush  gather they  grapes. 

Luke 6:45
Literal: The good man out of the good treasure of the heart of him brings forth that which [is] good and evil evil evil for the abundance of his heart speaks the mouth of him
KJV: A good  man  out of  the good  treasure  of his  heart  bringeth forth  that which is good;  and  an evil  man  out of  the evil  treasure  of his  heart  bringeth forth  that which is evil:  for  of  the abundance  of the heart  his  mouth  speaketh. 

Luke 8:3
Literal: and Joanna wife of Chuza a steward of Herod Susanna others many who were ministering to them out of the means their own
KJV: And  Joanna  the wife  of Chuza  Herod's  steward,  and  Susanna,  and  many  others,  which  ministered  unto him 

Luke 8:27
Literal: Having gone forth then He upon the land met [Him] a man certain out of the city having demons and time a long not was wearing clothing in a house did abide but the tombs
KJV: And  when he  went forth  to  land,  there met  him  out of  the city  a certain  man,  had  devils  long  time,  and  no  clothes,  neither  abode  in  any house,  but  in  the tombs. 

Luke 9:7
Literal: Heard of now Herod the Tetrarch the things being done all and was perplexed because - it was said by some - John has been raised out from [the] dead
KJV: Now  Herod  the tetrarch  heard  of all  that was done  by  and  he was perplexed,  because  that it was said  of  some,  that  John  was risen  from  the dead; 

Luke 9:35
Literal: And a voice came out of the cloud saying This is the Son of Me - whom I have chosen Him listen to
KJV: And  there came  a voice  out of  the cloud,  saying,  This  Son:  hear  him. 

Luke 10:7
Literal: In the same now - house remain eating and drinking the things [supplied] by them worthy [is] for the workman of the wages of him Not move from house to house
KJV: And  in  the same  house  remain,  eating  and  drinking  they  give:  for  the labourer  worthy  of his  hire.  Go  not  from  house  to  house. 

Luke 10:11
Literal: Even the dust - having clung to us out of the city of you to the feet we wipe off against you yet this know that has drawn near the kingdom - of God
KJV: Even  the very dust  of  city,  which  cleaveth  we do wipe off  notwithstanding  be ye sure  that  the kingdom  of God  is come nigh 

Luke 10:18
Literal: He said then to them I beheld - Satan as lightning out of the heaven having fallen
KJV: And  he said  unto them,  I beheld  Satan  as  lightning  fall  from  heaven. 

Luke 10:27
Literal: - And answering he said You shall love [the] Lord the God of you with all the heart and with all the soul strength mind neighbor as yourself
KJV: And  he answering  said,  Thou shalt love  the Lord  God  with  all  heart,  and  with  all  soul,  and  with  all  strength,  and  with  all  mind;  and  neighbour  as  thyself. 

Luke 11:5
Literal: And He said to them Who among you will have a friend will go him at midnight say to him Friend lend me three loaves
KJV: And  he said  unto  them,  Which  of  shall have  a friend,  and  shall go  unto  him  at midnight,  and  say  unto him,  Friend,  lend  three  loaves; 

Luke 11:6
Literal: since a friend of my is come off a journey to me and nothing I have what I will set before him
KJV: For  a friend  in  his journey  is come  to  and  I have  nothing  to set before  him? 

Luke 11:11
Literal: Which now of you who [is] a father will ask for the son a fish and instead of a fish a serpent to him will he give
KJV: If  a son  shall ask  that is a father,  will he give  him  if he ask a fish,  for  a fish  give  him  a serpent? 

Luke 11:13
Literal: If therefore you evil being know gifts good to give to the children of you how much more the Father who [is] in heaven will give [the] Spirit Holy to those asking Him
KJV: If  then,  being  evil,  know  how to give  good  gifts  children:  how much  more  your heavenly  Father  give  the Holy  Spirit  to them that ask  him? 

Luke 11:15
Literal: Some then of them said By Beelzebul the prince of the demons He casts out the demons
KJV: But  some  of  them  said,  He casteth out  devils  through  Beelzebub  the chief  of the devils. 

Luke 11:16
Literal: Others now testing a sign from heaven were seeking from Him
KJV: And  others,  tempting  him, sought  of  him  a sign  from  heaven. 

Luke 11:27
Literal: It came to pass then in - saying His these things having lifted up one [her] voice a woman from the crowd said to Him Blessed [is] the womb - having borne You and [the] breasts at which You nursed
KJV: And  it came to pass,  as  he  spake  a certain  woman  of  the company  lifted up  her voice,  and said  unto him,  Blessed  is the womb  that bare  and  the paps  which  thou hast sucked. 

Luke 11:31
Literal: The Queen of [the] South will rise up in the judgment with the men of the generation this and will condemn them For she came from the ends earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon behold greater than Solomon here
KJV: The queen  of the south  shall rise up  in  the judgment  with  the men  generation,  and  condemn  them:  for  she came  from  the utmost parts  of the earth  to hear  the wisdom  of Solomon;  and,  behold,  a greater than  Solomon  is here. 

Luke 11:49
Literal: Because of this also the Wisdom - of God said I will send to them prophets and apostles [some] of them they will kill persecute
KJV: Therefore  also  said  the wisdom  of God,  I will send  them  prophets  and  apostles,  and  some of  them  they shall slay  and 

Luke 11:54
Literal: watching Him to catch in something out of the mouth of Him
KJV: Laying wait for  him,  to catch  something  out of  his  mouth,  him. 

Luke 12:6
Literal: Not five sparrows are sold for assarion two And one of them not is forgotten before - God
KJV: not  five  sparrows  sold  for two  farthings,  and  not  one  of  them  forgotten  before  God? 

Luke 12:13
Literal: Said then one from the crowd to Him Teacher say to the brother of me to divide with me the inheritance
KJV: And  one  of  the company  said  unto him,  Master,  speak  brother,  that he divide  the inheritance  with 

Luke 12:15
Literal: He said then to them Beware and keep yourselves from all covetousness for not in the abundance to anyone the life to him is of that which possesses of him
KJV: And  he said  unto  them,  Take heed,  and  beware  of  covetousness:  for  a man's  life  not  in  the abundance  of  the things which he 

Luke 12:25
Literal: Which now of you being anxious is able to the lifespan of him to add one hour
KJV: And  which  of  with taking thought  can  add  to  his  stature  cubit? 

Luke 12:36
Literal: and you like to men waiting for the master of themselves whenever he shall return from the wedding feasts that having come having knocked immediately they might open to him
KJV: And  like  unto men  that wait  for their  lord,  when  he will return  from  the wedding;  that  when he cometh  and  knocketh,  they may open  unto him  immediately. 

Luke 14:28
Literal: Which for of you desiring a tower to build not first having sat down counts the cost whether he has for [its] completion
KJV: For  which  of  intending  to build  a tower,  not  down  first,  and counteth  the cost,  whether  he have  finish 

Luke 14:33
Literal: So therefore every one of you who not does give up all that he himself possesses not is able to be My disciple
KJV: So  likewise,  whosoever  he be of  that  forsaketh  not  all  he cannot  disciple. 

Luke 15:4
Literal: What man of you having a hundred sheep and having lost them one not leaves the ninety nine in the open field goes after the [one] having been lost until he finds it
KJV: What  man  of  having  an hundred  sheep,  if  he lose  one  of  them,  not  leave  the ninety and nine  in  the wilderness,  and  go  after  that which is lost,  until  he find  it? 

Luke 15:16
Literal: And he was longing to fill the belly of him from the pods that were eating the pigs no one was giving to him
KJV: And  he would fain  have filled  his  belly  the husks  that  the swine  did eat:  and  no man  gave  unto him. 

Luke 16:4
Literal: I know what I will do so that when I shall have been removed from the management they might receive me into the homes of them
KJV: I am resolved  what  to do,  that,  when  I am put out  of the stewardship,  they may receive  into  houses. 

Luke 16:9
Literal: And I to you say for yourselves make friends by the wealth - of unrighteousness that when it fails they might receive you into the eternal dwellings
KJV: say  Make  to yourselves  friends  of  the mammon  of unrighteousness;  that,  when  ye fail,  they may receive  into  everlasting  habitations. 

Luke 16:31
Literal: He said however to him If Moses and the prophets not they hear not even if one out from [the] dead should rise will they be persuaded
KJV: And  he said  unto him,  If  they hear  not  Moses  and  the prophets,  neither  will they be persuaded,  though  one  rose  from  the dead. 

Luke 17:7
Literal: Which now of you a servant having plowing or shepherding the [one] having come in out of the field will say to him Immediately having come recline
KJV: But  which  of  having  a servant  plowing  or  feeding cattle,  will say  unto him  by and by,  when he is come  from  the field,  Go  and sit down to meat? 

Luke 17:15
Literal: One then of them having seen that he was healed turned back with a voice loud glorifying - God
KJV: And  one  of  them,  that  he was healed,  turned back,  and with  a loud  voice  glorified  God, 

Luke 17:24
Literal: As for the lightning flashing from the [one end] of the sky to the [other end] of the shines thus will be the Son - of Man in the day of Him
KJV: For  as  the lightning,  that lighteneth  out of  the one part under  heaven,  shineth  unto  the other part under  heaven;  so  the Son  of man  in  his  day. 

Luke 18:21
Literal: - And he said These all have I kept from [the] youth of me
KJV: And  he said,  All  have I kept  from  youth 

Luke 19:22
Literal: He says to him Out of the mouth of you I will judge you evil servant You knew that I a man harsh am taking up what not I did lay down and reaping I did sow
KJV: he saith  unto him,  Out of  mouth  will I judge  thou wicked  servant.  Thou knewest  that  was  an austere  man,  taking up  that  not  down,  and  reaping  that  not  sow: 

Luke 20:4
Literal: The baptism of John from heaven was it or men
KJV: The baptism  of John,  from  heaven,  or  of  men? 

Luke 20:5
Literal: - And they reasoned among themselves saying - If we should say From heaven He will say Because of why not did you believe him
KJV: And  they reasoned  with  themselves,  saying,  If  we shall say,  From  heaven;  he will say,  believed ye  him  not? 

Luke 20:6
Literal: If however we should say From men the people all will stone us having been persuaded for they are John a prophet to be
KJV: But and  if  we say,  Of  men;  the people  will stone  for  persuaded  that John  a prophet. 

Luke 20:35
Literal: those however having been considered worthy to the age that which [is] to obtain and the resurrection which [is] out from [the] dead neither marry nor are given in marriage
KJV: But  they which shall be accounted worthy  to obtain  that  world,  and  the resurrection  from  the dead,  neither  marry,  nor 

Luke 20:42
Literal: Himself for David says in [the] book of Psalms Said [the] Lord to the Lord of me Sit at [the] right hand
KJV: David  himself  saith  in  the book  of Psalms,  The LORD  said  Lord,  Sit thou  on  right hand, 

Luke 21:4
Literal: all for these out of that which was abounding to them cast in the gifts she however the poverty of her all the livelihood that she had did cast
KJV: For  these  have of  their  abundance  cast  in unto  the offerings  but  she  of  her  penury  hath cast  the living  that  she had. 

Luke 21:16
Literal: You will be betrayed then even by parents and brothers relatives friends they will put to death [some] from among you
KJV: And  ye shall be betrayed  both  by  parents,  and  brethren,  and  kinsfolks,  and  friends;  and  some of  shall they cause to be put to death. 

Luke 21:18
Literal: But a hair of the head of you no not should perish
KJV: But  an hair  of  head  perish. 

Luke 22:3
Literal: Entered then Satan into Judas the [one] being called Iscariot being of the number of the Twelve
KJV: Then  entered  Satan  into  Judas  Iscariot,  of  the number  of the twelve. 

Luke 22:23
Literal: And they began to question among themselves - who then it might be of them who this is about to do
KJV: And  they  began  to enquire  among  themselves,  which  of  them  that should  do 

Luke 22:50
Literal: And struck one a certain of them of the high priest the servant cut off the ear his - right
KJV: And  one  of  them  smote  the servant  of the high priest,  and  cut off  his  right  ear. 

Luke 22:58
Literal: And after a little another having seen him was saying Also you of them are - But Peter Man not I am
KJV: And  after  a little while  another  him,  and said,  Thou  also  of  them.  And  Peter  Man,  I am  not. 

Luke 22:69
Literal: From - now on also will be the Son of Man sitting at [the] right hand of the power of God
KJV: Hereafter  the Son  of man  sit  on  the right hand  of the power  of God. 

Luke 23:7
Literal: and having learned that from the jurisdiction of Herod He is he sent up Him to Herod being also he himself in Jerusalem those - days
KJV: And  as soon as he knew  that  unto  Herod's  jurisdiction,  he sent  him  to  Herod,  himself  also  at  Jerusalem  at  time. 

Luke 23:8
Literal: - And Herod having seen - Jesus [was] glad exceedingly he was for of a long time wishing to see Him because of - hearing concerning Him and he was hoping some sign by done
KJV: And  when Herod  Jesus,  he was exceeding  glad:  for  desirous  him  of  a long  season, because  he had heard  of  him;  and  he hoped  some  miracle  done  by  him. 

Luke 23:33
Literal: And when they came to the place - called The Skull there they crucified Him the criminals one - on [the] right now on [the] left
KJV: And  when  to  the place,  which  is called  Calvary,  there  they crucified  him,  and  the malefactors,  one  on  the right hand,  and  the other  on  the left. 

Luke 23:55
Literal: Having followed then the women who were come out of - Galilee with Him saw the tomb and how was laid the body of Him
KJV: And  the women  also,  which  with him  from  Galilee,  followed after,  and beheld  the sepulchre,  and  how  his  body  was laid. 

Luke 24:13
Literal: And behold two of them on same the day were going to a village being distant stadia sixty from Jerusalem whose name [is] Emmaus
KJV: And,  behold,  two  of  them  that  same  day  to  a village  called  Emmaus,  which was  from  Jerusalem  about threescore  furlongs. 

Luke 24:22
Literal: However also women certain out from us astonished us Having been early to the tomb
KJV: Yea,  and certain  women  also  of  astonished,  which were  at  the sepulchre; 

Luke 24:46
Literal: And He said to them - Thus it has been written Was to suffer the Christ to rise out from [the] dead the third day
KJV: And  said  unto them,  Thus  it is written,  and  thus  Christ  to suffer,  and  to rise  from  the dead  the third  day: 

Luke 24:49
Literal: And behold I am sending the promise of the Father of Me upon you you however remain in the city until that you should be clothed with from on high power
KJV: And,  behold,  send  the promise  Father  upon  but  tarry  in  the city  until  ye  be endued  with power  from  on high. 

John 1:13
Literal: who not of blood nor of will of flesh of man but God were born
KJV: Which  were born,  not  of  blood,  nor  of  the will  of the flesh,  nor  of  the will  of man,  but  of  God. 

John 1:16
Literal: For from the fullness of Him we all have received then grace for grace
KJV: And  of  his  fulness  all  received,  and  grace  for  grace. 

John 1:19
Literal: And this is the testimony - of John when sent to him the Jews from Jerusalem priests Levites that they might ask him You who are
KJV: And  this  the record  of John,  when  the Jews  sent  priests  and  Levites  from  Jerusalem  to  ask  him,  Who  thou? 

John 1:24
Literal: And [those] having been sent were out from the Pharisees
KJV: And  they which  were sent  of  the Pharisees. 

John 1:32
Literal: And bore witness John saying - I have beheld the Spirit descending as a dove out of heaven it remained upon Him
KJV: And  John  bare record,  saying,  I saw  the Spirit  descending  from  heaven  a dove,  and  it abode  upon  him. 

John 1:35
Literal: On the next day again was standing - John and of the disciples of him two
KJV: Again  the next day after  John  stood,  and  two  of  his  disciples; 

John 1:40
Literal: Was Andrew the brother of Simon Peter one of the two - having heard from John and having followed Him
KJV: One  of  the two  which  heard  John  speak, and  followed  him,  Andrew,  Simon  Peter's  brother. 

John 1:44
Literal: Was now - Philip from Bethsaida from the city of Andrew and Peter
KJV: Now  Philip  of  Bethsaida,  the city  of  Andrew  and  Peter. 

John 1:46
Literal: And said to him Nathanael Out of Nazareth is able any good thing to be Says - Philip Come see
KJV: And  Nathanael  said  unto him,  Can  there any  good thing  out of  Nazareth?  Philip  saith  unto him,  Come  and 

John 2:15
Literal: And having made a whip of cords all He drove out from the temple - both sheep - oxen of the money changers He poured out the coins the tables He overthrew
KJV: And  when he had made  a scourge  of  small cords,  he drove  them all  out of  the temple,  and  the sheep,  and  the oxen;  and  poured out  the changers'  money,  and  the tables; 

John 2:22
Literal: When therefore He was raised up out from [the] dead remembered the disciples of Him that this He had said and they believed the Scripture the word that had spoken - Jesus
KJV: When  therefore  he was risen  from  the dead,  his  disciples  that  unto them;  and  they believed  the scripture,  and  the word  which  Jesus  had said. 

John 3:1
Literal: There was now a man of the Pharisees Nicodemus name to him a ruler of the Jews
KJV: a man  of  the Pharisees,  named  Nicodemus,  a ruler  of the Jews: 

John 3:5
Literal: Answered - Jesus Truly I say to you if not anyone be born of water and of [the] Spirit not he is able to enter into the kingdom - of God
KJV: Jesus  answered,  Verily,  I say  a man  be born  of  water  and  of the Spirit,  he cannot  enter  into  the kingdom  of God. 

John 3:6
Literal: That having been born of the flesh flesh is and the Spirit spirit
KJV: That which is born  of  the flesh  and  that which is born  of  the Spirit 

John 3:8
Literal: The wind where it wishes blows and the sound of it You hear but not you know from where it comes where it goes thus is everyone - having been born of the Spirit
KJV: The wind  bloweth  where  it listeth,  and  thou hearest  the sound  thereof,  but  not  tell  whence  it cometh,  and  whither  it goeth:  so  every one  that is born  of  the Spirit. 

John 3:13
Literal: And no one has gone up into - heaven if not the [One] out of - heaven having come down the Son of Man who is in - heaven
KJV: And  no man  hath ascended up  to  heaven,  he that came down  from  heaven,  even the Son  of man  which  in  heaven. 

John 3:25
Literal: Arose then a debate among the disciples of John with [a certain] Jew about purification
KJV: Then  there arose  a question  between  some of  John's  disciples  and the Jews  about  purifying. 

John 3:27
Literal: Answered John and said Nothing is able a man to receive nothing one if not it is given to him from - heaven
KJV: John  answered  and  said,  A man  can  receive  given  him  from  heaven. 

John 3:31
Literal: The [One] from above coming above all is being from the earth is and speaks - heaven
KJV: He that cometh  from above  above  all:  of  the earth  earthly,  and  speaketh  of  the earth:  he that cometh  from  heaven  above  all. 

John 3:34
Literal: He whom for sent - God the words - of God speaks not by measure He gives the Spirit
KJV: For  he whom  God  hath sent  speaketh  the words  of God:  for  God  giveth  not  the Spirit  by  measure 

John 4:6
Literal: Was now there [the] well - of Jacob - Therefore Jesus being wearied from the journey was sitting thus at the well [The] hour about [the] sixth
KJV: Now  Jacob's  well  there.  Jesus  therefore,  being wearied  with  his journey,  sat  thus  on  the well:  the sixth  hour. 

John 4:7
Literal: Comes a woman out of - Samaria to draw water Says to her - Jesus Give Me to drink
KJV: There cometh  a woman  of  Samaria  to draw  water:  Jesus  saith  unto her,  Give  to drink. 

John 4:12
Literal: Not You greater than are the father of us Jacob who gave us the well and himself of it drank the sons of him the livestock
KJV: thou  father  Jacob,  which  gave  the well,  and  drank  thereof  himself,  and  his  children,  and  his  cattle? 

John 4:13
Literal: Answered Jesus and said to her Everyone - drinking of the water this will thirst again
KJV: Jesus  answered  and  said  unto her,  Whosoever  drinketh  of  water  shall thirst  again: 

John 4:14
Literal: whoever however - may drink of the water that I will give him never not will thirst to the age Instead the water that I will give to him will become in a spring of water welling up into life eternal
KJV: But  whosoever  drinketh  of  the water  that  shall give  him  never  thirst;  but  the water  that  I shall give  him  shall be  in  him  a well  of water  springing up  into  everlasting  life. 

John 4:22
Literal: You worship what not you know we worship we know for - salvation of the Jews is
KJV: worship  ye know  not  what:  we know  what  worship:  for  salvation  of  the Jews. 

John 4:30
Literal: They went forth out of the city and were coming unto Him
KJV: they went  out of  the city,  and  came  unto  him. 

John 4:39
Literal: Out of now the city that many believed in Him of the Samaritans because of the word of the woman testifying - He told me all things whatever I did
KJV: And  many  of the Samaritans  of  that  city  believed  on  him  for  the saying  of the woman,  which testified,  He told  all  I did. 

John 4:47
Literal: He having heard that Jesus had come out of - Judea into - Galilee went to Him and was asking that He would come down heal his - son he was about for to die
KJV: When he  heard  that  Jesus  was come  out of  Judaea  into  Galilee,  he went  unto  him,  and  besought  him  that  he would come down,  and  heal  his  son:  for  he was at the point  of death. 

John 4:54
Literal: This [is] now again [the] second sign did - Jesus having come out of - Judea into - Galilee
KJV: is again  the second  miracle  that Jesus  did,  when he was come out  of  Judaea  into  Galilee. 

John 5:24
Literal: Truly I say to you that the [one] the word of Me hearing and believing the [One] having sent Me he has life eternal into judgment not comes but has passed out of - death - life
KJV: Verily,  I say  He that heareth  word,  and  believeth  on him that sent  hath  everlasting  life,  and  not  come  into  condemnation;  but  is passed  from  death  unto  life. 

John 6:8
Literal: Says to Him one of the disciples of Him Andrew the brother of Simon Peter
KJV: One  of  his  disciples,  Andrew,  Simon  Peter's  brother,  saith  unto him, 

John 6:11
Literal: Took then the loaves - Jesus and having given thanks He distributed to those reclining likewise also of the fish as much as they wished
KJV: Jesus  took  the loaves;  and  when he had given thanks,  he distributed  to them that were set down;  and  likewise  of  the fishes  as much as  they would. 

John 6:13
Literal: They gathered together therefore and filled twelve hand-baskets of fragments from the five loaves - barley which were over and above to those having eaten
KJV: Therefore  they gathered them together,  and  filled  twelve  baskets  with the fragments  of  the five  barley  loaves,  which  remained over and above  unto them that had eaten. 

John 6:23
Literal: but other came boats from Tiberias near the place where they ate the bread having given thanks Lord
KJV: (Howbeit  there came  boats  from  Tiberias  nigh  unto the place  where  they did eat  bread,  after that the Lord  had given thanks:) 

John 6:26
Literal: Answered them - Jesus and said Truly I say to you you seek Me not because you saw signs but you ate of the loaves were satisfied
KJV: Jesus  answered  them  and  said,  Verily,  I say  Ye seek  not  because  the miracles,  but  because  ye did eat  of  the loaves,  and  were filled. 

John 6:31
Literal: The fathers of us the manna ate in the wilderness as it is written Bread from - heaven He gave them to eat
KJV: fathers  did eat  manna  in  the desert;  as  written,  He gave  them  bread  from  heaven  to eat. 

John 6:32
Literal: Said therefore to them - Jesus Truly I say to you not Moses has given you the bread from - heaven but the Father of Me gives - TRUE
KJV: Then  Jesus  said  unto them,  Verily,  I say  Moses  gave  not  that bread  from  heaven;  but  Father  giveth  the true  bread  from  heaven. 

John 6:33
Literal: The for bread - of God is the [One] coming down out of heaven and life giving to the world
KJV: For  the bread  of God  which  cometh down  from  heaven,  and  giveth  life  unto the world. 

John 6:39
Literal: This now is the will of the [One] having sent Me that all that He has given Me none I should lose of it but will raise up it in the last day
KJV: And  will  which  hath sent  that  of all  which  he hath given  I should lose  nothing,  but  it  up again  at  the last  day. 

John 6:41
Literal: Were grumbling therefore the Jews about Him because He said I am the bread - having come down from - heaven
KJV: The Jews  then  murmured  at  him,  because  he said,  am  the bread  which  came down  from  heaven. 

John 6:42
Literal: And they were saying Not this is Jesus the son of Joseph of whom we know the father the mother How then says He - From - heaven I have come down
KJV: And  they said,  not  this  Jesus,  the son  of Joseph,  whose  father  and  mother  know?  how is it  that he  saith,  I came down  from  heaven? 

John 6:50
Literal: This is the bread - from - heaven coming down that anyone of it may eat and not die
KJV: This  the bread  which  cometh down  from  heaven,  a man  may eat  thereof,  and  die. 

John 6:51
Literal: I am the bread - living from - heaven having come down if anyone shall have eaten of this bread he will live to the age and also that I will give the flesh of Me is for the of the world life
KJV: am  the living  bread  which  came down  from  heaven:  if  any man  eat  of  bread,  he shall live  for  ever:  and  the bread  that  will give  flesh,  which  will give  for  the life  of the world. 

John 6:58
Literal: This is the bread - from heaven having come down not as ate the fathers and died The [one] eating this - bread will live to the age
KJV: This  that bread  which  came down  from  heaven:  not  as  fathers  did eat  and  are dead:  he that eateth  bread  shall live  for  ever. 

John 6:60
Literal: Many therefore having heard of the disciples of Him said Difficult is the word this who is able it to hear
KJV: Many  therefore  of  his  disciples,  when they had heard  this, said,  This  an hard  saying;  who  can  hear  it? 

John 6:64
Literal: But they are of you some who not believe Knew for from [the] beginning - Jesus who are those not believing and who it is who will betray Him
KJV: But  some  of  that  believe  not.  For  Jesus  knew  from  the beginning  who  that believed  not,  and  who  betray  him. 

John 6:65
Literal: And He was saying Because of this have I said to you that no one is able to come to Me if not it shall have been granted to him from the Father
KJV: And  Therefore  said I  that  no man  can  come  unto  given  unto him  of  Father. 

John 6:66
Literal: From that [time] many out of the disciples of Him departed to the back and no longer with Him walked
KJV: From  time many  of his  disciples  went  back,  and  walked  no more  with  him. 

John 6:70
Literal: Answered them - Jesus Not I you the Twelve did choose and of you one a devil is
KJV: Jesus  answered  them,  not  chosen  twelve,  and  one  of  a devil? 

John 6:71
Literal: He was speaking now - of Judas [son] of Simon Iscariot he for was about to betray Him one of the Twelve
KJV: of Judas  Iscariot  the son of Simon:  for  he  it was that should  betray  him,  one  of  the twelve. 

John 7:17
Literal: If anyone desires the will of Him to do he will know concerning the teaching whether from - God it is or I from Myself speak
KJV: If  any man  will  do  his  will,  he shall know  of  the doctrine,  whether  of  God,  or  whether I  speak  of  myself. 

John 7:19
Literal: Not Moses has given to you the