Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 235

Word info for ἀλλά

Root: ἀλλά
Strongs Number: 235
Transliteration: [alla]
Phonetics: al·lah
Etymology: Neuter plural of 243
Parts of Speech: conj.
Sense: but (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:

   1 but.
      1a nevertheless, notwithstanding.
      1b an objection.
      1c an exception.
      1d a restriction.
      1e nay, rather, yea, moreover.
      1f forms a transition to the cardinal matter.

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G235

Ἀλλ’, ἀλλ’, ἀλλὰ, Ἀλλὰ, ⧼ἀλλ’, ⧼ἀλλὰ, ἀλλά, [ἀλλὰ], (ἀλλ')

All words for strongs number G235 :

Word Occurance
ἀλλὰ 369
ἀλλ’ 190
Ἀλλὰ 28
Ἀλλ’ 15
ἀλλά 2
⧼ἀλλ’ 1
⧼ἀλλὰ 1
[ἀλλὰ] 1
(ἀλλ') 1

How strongs number G235 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
but 549
instead 14
yet 12
rather 9
nevertheless 3
but [to those] 2
however 2
in fact 2
on the contrary 1
yes 1
but only 1
but instead 1
other 1
but [only] 1
but [for] 1
certainly 1
but [this is] 1
but other 1
no 1
but [it is] 1
except 1
but only [those] 1
but rather 1

Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 5:17 I came not to destroy, but to fulfil [ουκ ηλτον καταλυσαι αλλα πληρωσαι]
The verb “destroy” means to “loosen down” as of a house or tent (2 Corinthians 5:1). Fulfil is to fill full. This Jesus did to the ceremonial law which pointed to him and the moral law he kept. “He came to fill the law, to reveal the full depth of meaning that it was intended to hold” (McNeile). [source]
Matthew 10:34 I came not to send peace, but a sword [ουκ ηλτον βαλειν ειρηνην αλλα μαχαιραν]
A bold and dramatic climax. The aorist infinitive means a sudden hurling of the sword where peace was expected. Christ does bring peace, not as the world gives, but it is not the force of compromise with evil, but of conquest over wrong, over Satan, the triumph of the cross. Meanwhile there will be inevitably division in families, in communities, in states. It is no namby-pamby sentimentalism that Christ preaches, no peace at any price. The Cross is Christ‘s answer to the devil‘s offer of compromise in world dominion. For Christ the kingdom of God is virile righteousness, not mere emotionalism. [source]
Mark 2:22 But new wine into fresh wineskins [αλλα οινον νεον εις ασκους καινους]
Westcott and Hort bracket this clause as a Western non-interpolation though omitted only in D and some old Latin MSS. It is genuine in Luke 5:38 and may be so here. [source]
Mark 4:36 Other boats [αλλα πλοια]
This detail also is given only by Mark. Some people had got into boats to get close to Jesus. There was a crowd even on the lake. [source]
Mark 11:32 But should we say [αλλα ειπωμεν]
Deliberative subjunctive with aorist active subjunctive again. It is possible to supply εαν — ean from Mark 11:31 and treat it as a condition as there. So Matthew 21:26 and Luke 20:6. But in Mark the structure continues rugged after “from men” with anacoluthon or even aposiopesis - “they feared the people” Mark adds. Matthew has it: “We fear the multitude.” Luke puts it: “all the people will stone us.” All three Gospels state the popular view of John as a prophet. Mark‘s “verily” is οντως — ontōs really, actually. They feared John though dead as much as Herod Antipas did. His martyrdom had deepened his power over the people and disrespect towards his memory now might raise a storm (Swete). [source]
Luke 6:27 But I say unto you that hear [Αλλα υμιν λεγω τοις ακουουσιν]
There is a contrast in this use of αλλα — alla like that in Matthew 5:44. This is the only one of the many examples given by Matthew 5 of the sharp antithesis between what the rabbis taught and what Jesus said. Perhaps that contrast is referred to by Luke. If necessary, αλλα — alla could be coordinating or paratactic conjunction as in 2 Corinthians 7:11 rather than adversative as apparently here. See notes on Matthew 5:43. Love of enemies is in the O.T., but Jesus ennobles the word, αγαπαω — agapaō and uses it of love for one‘s enemies. [source]
Luke 16:21 Yea, even the dogs [αλλα και οι κυνες]
For αλλα και — alla kai see also Luke 12:7; Luke 24:22. Αλλα — Alla can mean “yea,” though it often means “but.” Here it depends on how one construes Luke‘s meaning. If he means that he was dependent on casual scraps and it was so bad that even the wild dogs moreover were his companions in misery, the climax came that he was able to drive away the dogs. The other view is that his hunger was unsatisfied, but even the dogs increased his misery.Licked his sores (επελειχον τα ελκη αυτου — epeleichon ta helkē autou). Imperfect active of επιλειχω — epileichō a late vernacular Koiné verb, to lick over the surface. It is not clear whether the licking of the sores by the dogs added to the misery of Lazarus or gave a measure of comfort, as he lay in his helpless condition. “Furrer speaks of witnessing dogs and lepers waiting together for the refuse” (Bruce). It was a scramble between the dogs and Lazarus. [source]
Luke 24:6 He is not here, but is risen [ουκ εστιν ωδε αλλα ηγερτη]
Another Western non-interpolation according to Westcott and Hort. The words are genuine at any rate in Mark 16:6; Matthew 28:7. [source]
Luke 24:21 Yea and beside all this [αλλα γε και συν πασιν τουτοις]
Particles pile up to express their emotions. [source]
Luke 24:21 Yea [αλλα]
Like Pelion on Ossa with them in their perplexity.Now the third day (τριτην ταυτην ημεραν αγει — tritēn tautēn hēmeran agei). A difficult idiom for the English. “One is keeping this a third day.” And he is still dead and we are still without hope. [source]
John 5:42 But I know you [αλλα εγνωκα υμας]
Perfect active indicative of γινωσκω — ginōskō “I have come to know and still know,” the knowledge of personal experience (John 2:24.). The love o‘ God Objective genitive, “the love toward God.” See Luke 11:42 for this phrase in the same sense (only other instance in the Gospels, but common in 1John (1 John 2:5; 1 John 3:17; 1 John 4:7, 1 John 4:9; 1 John 5:3) and in 2 Thessalonians 3:5; 2 Corinthians 13:14; Romans 5:5. The sense of God‘s love for man occurs in 1 John 3:1; 1 John 4:9, 1 John 4:10, 1 John 4:16; John 15:9. of Christ‘s love for man. These rabbis did not love God and hence did not love Christ. [source]
John 6:23 Howbeit [αλλα]
John 6:23 is really an explanatory parenthesis in this long sentence. Tiberias, capital of Herod Antipas, diagonally across the lake, is only mentioned in John in the N.T. (John 6:1, John 6:23; John 21:1). Boats Called “little boats” (πλοιαρια — ploiaria) in John 6:24. [source]
John 7:12 Not so, but he leadeth the multitude astray [ου αλλα πλαναι τον οχλον]
Sharp clash in the crowd. Present active indicative of εκεινος ο πλανος — planaō to go astray (Matthew 18:12.), like our “planets,” to lead others astray (Matthew 24:4, Matthew 24:5, Matthew 24:11, etc.). In the end the rulers will call Jesus “that deceiver” (ekeinos ho planos Matthew 27:63). The Jewish leaders have a following among the crowds as is seen (John 7:31.). [source]
John 7:27 Howbeit [αλλα]
Clearly adversative here. This man Possibly contemptuous use of ουτος — houtos as may be true in John 7:25, John 7:26. Whence he is The Galilean Jews knew the family of Jesus (John 6:42), but they knew Jesus only as from Nazareth, not as born in Bethlehem (John 7:42). When the Christ cometh Prolepsis of ο Χριστος — ho Christos and indefinite temporal clause with οταν — hotan and the present middle subjunctive ερχηται — erchētai rather than the more usual second aorist active ελτηι — elthēi as in John 7:31, a trifle more picturesque. This is a piece of popular theology. “Three things come wholly unexpected - Messiah, a godsend, and a scorpion” (Sanhedrin 97a). The rulers knew the birthplace to be Bethlehem (John 7:42; Matthew 2:5.), but some even expected the Messiah to drop suddenly from the skies as Satan proposed to Jesus to fall down from the pinnacle of the temple. The Jews generally expected a sudden emergence of the Messiah from concealment with an anointing by Elijah (Apoc. of Bar. XXIX. 3; 2Esdr. 7:28; 13:32; Justin Martyr, Tryph. 110). [source]
John 8:37 Yet ye seek to kill me [αλλα ζητειτε με αποκτειναι]
As at the recent feast (John 7:20, John 7:25, John 7:30, John 7:32; John 8:20). Some of these very professed believers were even now glowering with murderous vengeance. Hath not free course in you Intransitive use of χωρεω — chōreō old verb from χωρος — chōros (space, place), to have space or room for. They would not abide in Christ‘s word (John 8:31). They had no longer room for his word when once they understood the spiritual aspect of his message. Jerusalem was now just like Galilee once before (John 6:60-66). [source]
John 9:9 Nay but he is like him [Ουχι αλλα ομοιος αυτωι εστιν]
Vigorous denial (αυτοι — ouchi) and mere similarity suggested. Associative instrumental case ομοιος — autoi after εκεινος ελεγεν — homoios The crowd is divided. He said (ekeinos elegen). Emphatic demonstrative (as in John 9:11, John 9:12, John 9:25, John 9:36), “That one spake up.” He knew. [source]
John 10:16 Other sheep [αλλα προβατα]
Sheep, not goats, but “not of this fold” See John 10:1 for αυλη — aulē Clearly “his flock is not confined to those enclosed in the Jewish fold, whether in Palestine or elsewhere” (Westcott). Christ‘s horizon takes in all men of all races and times (John 11:52; John 12:32). The world mission of Christ for all nations is no new idea with him (Matthew 8:11; Luke 13:28). God loved the world and gave his Son for the race (John 3:16). Them also I must bring Second aorist active infinitive of κακεινα δει με αγαγειν — agō with αγω — dei expressing the moral urgency of Christ‘s passion for God‘s people in all lands and ages. Missions in Christ‘s mind takes in the whole world. This is according to prophecy (Isaiah 42:6; Isaiah 49:6; Isaiah 56:8) for the Messiah is to be a Light also to the Gentiles. It was typified by the brazen serpent (John 3:14). Christ died for every man. The Pharisees doubtless listened in amazement and even the disciples with slow comprehension. And they shall hear my voice Future middle indicative of και της πωνης μου ακουσονται — akouō with the genitive ακουω — phōnēs These words read like a transcript from the Acts and the Epistles of Paul (Rom 9-11 in particular). See especially Paul‘s words in Acts 28:28. Present-day Christianity is here foretold. Only do we really listen to the voice of the Shepherd as we should? Jesus means that the Gentiles will hearken if the Jews turn away from him. And they shall become one flock, one shepherd Future middle indicative of γινομαι — ginomai plural, not singular γενησεται — genēsetai as some MSS. have it. All (Jews and Gentiles) will form one flock under one Shepherd. Note the distinction here by Jesus between ποιμνη — poimnē (old word, contraction of ποιμενη — poimenē from ποιμην — poimēn shepherd), as in Matthew 26:31, and αυλη — aulē (fold) just before. There may be many folds of the one flock. Jerome in his Vulgate confused this distinction, but he is wrong. His use of ovile for both αυλη — aulē and πομνιον — pomnion has helped Roman Catholic assumptions. Christ‘s use of “flock” (ποιμνη — poimnē) here is just another metaphor for kingdom (βασιλεια — basileia) in Matthew 8:11 where the children of the kingdom come from all climes and nations. See also the various metaphors in Ephesians 2 for this same idea. There is only the one Great Shepherd of the sheep (Hebrews 13:20), Jesus Christ our Lord. [source]
John 12:30 Not for my sake, but for your sakes [ου δι εμε αλλα δι υμας]
These words seem to contradict John 12:28, John 12:29. Bernard suggests an interpolation into the words of Jesus. But why not take it to be the figure of exaggerated contrast, “not merely for my sake, but also for yours”? [source]
John 13:9 Not my feet only, but also my hands and my head [μη τους ποδας μου μονον αλλα και τας χειρας και την κεπαλην]
Nouns in the accusative case object of νιπσον — nipson understood. Peter‘s characteristic impulsiveness that does not really understand the Master‘s act. “A moment ago he told his Master He was doing too much: now he tells Him He is doing too little” (Dods). [source]
John 14:24 Is not mine, but the Father‘s [ουκ εστιν εμοσ αλλα του πατρος]
Predicative possessive pronoun πατρος — emos and the predicate genitive of possession patros f0). [source]
John 20:30 Many other signs [πολλα αλλα σημεια]
Not only those described in the Synoptic Gospels or referred to in general statements, but many alluded to in John‘s Gospel (John 2:23; John 4:45; John 12:37). Are not written Periphrastic perfect passive indicative of γραπω — graphō do not stand written, are not described “in this book.” John has made a selection of the vast number wrought by Jesus “in the presence of the disciples” (ενωπιον των ματητων — enōpion tōn mathētōn), common idiom in Luke, not in Mark and Matthew, and by John elsewhere only in 1 John 3:22. John‘s book is written with a purpose which he states. [source]
Acts 15:20 But that we write unto them [αλλα επιστειλαι αυτοις]
By way of contrast First aorist active infinitive of επιστελλω — epistellō old verb to send to one (message, letter, etc.). Our word επιστλε — epistle (επιστολη — epistolē as in Acts 15:30) comes from this verb. In the N.T. only here, Hebrews 13:22, and possibly Acts 21:25. [source]
Acts 16:37 Nay verily, but [ου γαρ αλλα]
No indeed! It is the use of γεαρα — gar so common in answers As a public acknowledgment that they had wronged and mistreated Paul and Silas. Let them come themselves and lead us out (εχαγω — exagagetōsan third person plural second aorist active imperative of exagō). It was a bitter pill to the proud praetors. [source]
Acts 18:9 Be not afraid, but speak, and hold not thy peace [Μη ποβου αλλα λαλει και μη σιωπησηις]
Literally, “stop being afraid (ποβεω — mē with present middle imperative of λαλεω — phobeō), but go on speaking (present active imperative of μη — laleō) and do not become silent (σιωπαω — mē and first aorist active of siōpaō ingressive aorist).” Evidently there were signs of a gathering storm before this vision and message from the Lord Jesus came to Paul one night. Paul knew only too well what Jewish hatred could do as he had learned it at Damascus, Jerusalem, Antioch in Pisidia, Iconium, Lystra, Derbe, Thessalonica, Beroea. He had clearly moments of doubt whether he had not better move on or become silent for a while in Corinth. Every pastor knows what it is to have such moods and moments. In 2 Thessalonians 3:2 (written at this time) we catch Paul‘s dejection of spirits. He was like Elijah (1 Kings 19:4) and Jeremiah (Jeremiah 15:15.). [source]
Acts 21:24 But that thou thyself walkest orderly [αλλα στοιχεις και αυτος]
Στοιχεις — Stoicheis is an old verb to go in a row (from στοιχος — stoichos row, rank, series), to walk in a line or by rule. In the N.T. only here and Galatians 5:25; Romans 4:12; Philemon 3:16. The rule is the law and Paul was not a sidestepper. The idea of the verb is made plain by the participle πυλασσων τον νομον — phulassōn ton nomon (keeping or observing the law). [source]
Acts 26:20 But declared [αλλα απηγγελλον]
Imperfect active of απαγγελλω — apaggellō repeatedly. [source]
Acts 26:25 But speak forth [αλλα αποπτεγγομαι]
Verb for dignified and elevated discourse, a word from the literary Koiné, not the vernacular. In N.T. only here and Acts 2:4, Acts 2:14 which see. It occurs three times in Vettius Valens in a “mantic” sense. Paul was not ruffled by the rude and excited interruption of Festus, but speaks with perfect courtesy in his reply “words of truth and soberness.” The old word σωπροσυνη — sōphrosunē (soundness of mind) from σωπρων — sōphrōn (and that from σως — sōs and πρην — phrēn) is directly opposed to “madness” (μανια — mania) and in N.T. occurs only here and 1 Timothy 2:15. [source]
Romans 1:32 But also consent with them [αλλα και συνευδοκουσιν]
Late verb for hearty approval as in Luke 11:48; Acts 8:1; 1 Corinthians 7:12. It is a tragedy of American city government that so many of the officials are proven to be hand in glove with the underworld of law-breakers. [source]
Romans 3:27 Nay; but by a law of faith [ουχι αλλα δια νομου πιστεως]
Strong negative, and note “law of faith,” by the principle of faith in harmony with God‘s love and grace. [source]
Romans 3:31 Nay, we establish the law [αλλα νομον ιστανομεν]
Present indicative active of late verb ιστανω — histanō from ιστημι — histēmi This Paul hinted at in Romans 3:21. How he will show in chapter 4 how Abraham himself is an example of faith and in his life illustrates the very point just made. Besides, apart from Christ and the help of the Holy Spirit no one can keep God‘s law. The Mosaic law is only workable by faith in Christ. [source]
Romans 4:4 But as of debt [αλλα κατα οπειλημα]
An illustration of the workman (εργαζομενωι — ergazomenōi) who gets his wages due him, “not as of grace” (ου κατα χαριν — ou kata charin). [source]
Romans 4:12 But who also walk [αλλα και τοις στοιχουσιν]
The use of τοις — tois here is hard to explain, for ου μονον — ou monon and αλλα και — alla kai both come after the preceding τοις — tois All the MSS. have it thus. A primitive error in a copyist is suggested by Hort who would omit the second τοις — tois Lightfoot regards it less seriously and would repeat the second τοις — tois in the English: “To those who are, I do not say of circumcision only, but also to those who walk.” In the steps (τοις ιχνεσιν — tois ichnesin). Locative case. See note on 2 Corinthians 12:18. Stoicheō is military term, to walk in file as in Galatians 5:25; Philemon 3:16. [source]
Romans 5:3 But let us also rejoice in our tribulations [αλλα και καυχωμετα εν ταις τλιπσεσιν]
Present middle subjunctive of same verb as in Romans 5:2. Καυχωμαι — Kauchōmai is more than “rejoice,” rather “glory,” “exult.” These three volitive subjunctives (εχωμεν καυχωμετα — echōmenkauchōmetha twice) hold up the high ideal for the Christian after, and because of, his being set right with God. It is one thing to submit to or endure tribulations without complaint, but it is another to find ground of glorying in the midst of them as Paul exhorts here. [source]
Romans 5:11 But also glorying in God [αλλα και καυχωμενοι εν τωι τεωι]
Basis of all the exultation above (Romans 5:1-5). [source]
Romans 6:5 We shall be also united in the likeness of his resurrection [αλλα και της αναστασεως εσομετα]
The conclusion to the previous condition introduced by αλλα και — alla kai as often and τοι ομοιωματι — toi homoiōmati (in the likeness) must be understood before της αναστασεως — tēs anastaseōs (of his resurrection). Baptism is a picture of the past and of the present and a prophecy of the future, the matchless preacher of the new life in Christ. [source]
Romans 6:13 But present yourselves unto God [αλλα παραστησατε εαυτους τωι τεωι]
First aorist active imperative of παριστημι — paristēmi same verb, but different tense, do it now and completely. Our “members” (μελη — melē) should be at the call of God “as alive from the dead.” [source]
Romans 7:19 But the evil which I would not [αλλα ο ου τελω κακον]
Incorporation of the antecedent into the relative clause, “what evil I do not wish.” An extreme case of this practise of evil is seen in the drunkard or the dope-fiend. [source]
Romans 8:9 But in the spirit [αλλα εν πνευματι]
Probably, “in the Holy Spirit.” It is not Pantheism or Buddhism that Paul here teaches, but the mystical union of the believer with Christ in the Holy Spirit. If so be that (ειπερ — eiper). “If as is the fact” (cf. Romans 3:30). The Spirit of Christ The same as “the Spirit of God” just before. See also Philemon 1:19; 1 Peter 1:11. Incidental argument for the Deity of Christ and probably the meaning of 2 Corinthians 3:18 “the Spirit of the Lord.” Condition of first class, assumed as true. [source]
Romans 8:20 But by reason of him [αλλα δια τον]
Because of God. In hope that (επ ελπιδι οτι — Ephesians' helpidi hoti). Note the form ελπιδι — helpidi rather than the usual ελπιδι — elpidi and so επ — Ephesians' οτι — Hoti can be causal “because” instead of declarative “that.” [source]
Romans 8:4 Not after the flesh, but after the Spirit [μη κατα σαρκα αλλα κατα πνευμα]
The two laws of life Most likely the Holy Spirit or else the renewed spirit of man. [source]
Romans 9:24 But also from the Gentiles [αλλα και εχ ετνων]
Paul had already alluded to this fact in Romans 9:6. (cf. Galatians 3:7-9). Now he proceeds to prove it from the Old Testament. [source]
Romans 10:8 But what saith it? [αλλα τι λεγει]
That is “the from faith righteousness.” [source]
Romans 12:19 But give place unto wrath [αλλα δοτε τοπον τηι οργηι]
Second aorist active imperative of διδωμι — didōmi to give. “Give room for the (note article as in Romans 5:9; 1 Thessalonians 2:16) wrath” of God instead of taking vengeance in your own hands. See note on Ephesians 4:27 for διδοτε τοπον — didote topon Paul quotes Deuteronomy 32:35 (the Hebrew rather than the lxx). So have Hebrews 10:30 and the Targum of Onkelos, but the relation between them and Paul we cannot tell. Socrates and Epictetus condemned personal vindictiveness as Paul does here. I will recompense (ανταποδωσω — antapodōsō). Future active of the double compound verb quoted also in Romans 11:35. [source]
Romans 12:21 But overcome evil with good [αλλα νικα εν τωι αγατωι το κακον]
“But keep on conquering the evil in the good.” Drown the evil in the good. Seneca: Vincit malos pertinax bonitas. [source]
Romans 14:20 But it is evil [αλλα κακον]
Paul changes from the plural κοινα — Koinéa to the singular κακον — kakon [source]
Romans 16:18 But their own belly [αλλα τηι εαυτων κοιλιαι]
Dative case after δουλευουσιν — douleuousin A blunt phrase like the same picture in Philemon 3:19 “whose god is the belly,” more truth than caricature in some cases. [source]
1 Corinthians 2:9 But as it is written [αλλα κατως γεγραπται]
Elliptical sentence like Romans 15:3 where γεγονεν — gegonen (it has happened) can be supplied. It is not certain where Paul derives this quotation as Scripture. Origen thought it a quotation from the Apocalypse of Elias and Jerome finds it also in the Ascension of Isaiah. But these books appear to be post-Pauline, and Jerome denies that Paul obtained it from these late apocryphal books. Clement of Rome finds it in the lxx text of Isa 64:4 and cites it as a Christian saying. It is likely that Paul here combines freely Isaiah 64:4; Isaiah 65:17; Isaiah 52:15 in a sort of catena or free chain of quotations as he does in Romans 3:10-18. There is also an anacoluthon for α — ha (which things) occurs as the direct object (accusative) with ειδεν — eiden (saw) and ηκουσαν — ēkousan (heard), but as the subject (nominative) with ανεβη — anebē (entered, second aorist active indicative of αναβαινω — anabainō to go up). [source]
1 Corinthians 3:6 But God gave the increase [αλλα ο τεος ηυχανεν]
Imperfect tense here (active indicative) for the continuous blessing of God both on the work of Paul and Apollos, Corinthians-labourers with God in God‘s field (1 Corinthians 3:9). Reports of revivals sometimes give the glory to the evangelist or to both evangelist and pastor. Paul gives it all to God. He and Apollos cooperated as successive pastors. [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 4:19 But the power [αλλα την δυναμιν]
The puffed up Judaizers did a deal of talking in Paul‘s absence. He will come and will know their real strength. II Corinthians gives many evidences of Paul‘s sensitiveness to their talk about his inconsistencies and cowardice (in particular chs. 2 Corinthians 1; 2; 10; 11; 12; 2 Corinthians 13:1-14). He changed his plans to spare them, not from timidity. It will become plain later that Timothy failed on this mission and that Titus succeeded. [source]
1 Corinthians 6:8 Nay, but ye yourselves do wrong and defraud [αλλα υμεις αδικειτε και αποστερειτε]
“But (adversative αλλα — alla on the contrary) you (emphatic) do the wronging and the robbing” (active voices) “and that your brethren” Same idiom as at close of 1 Corinthians 6:6. The very climax of wrong-doings, to stoop to do this with one‘s brethren in Christ. [source]
1 Corinthians 6:13 But the body is not for fornication, but for the Lord, and the Lord for the body [το δε σωμα ου τηι πορνειαι αλλα τωι κυριωι και ο κυριος τωι σωματι]
Paul here boldly shows the fallacy in the parallel about appetite of the belly for food. The human body has a higher mission than the mere gratification of sensual appetite. Sex is of God for the propagation of the race, not for prostitution. Paul had already stated that God dwells in us as the sanctuary of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 3:16.). This higher function of the body he here puts forward against the debased Greek philosophy of the time which ignored completely Paul‘s idea, “the body for the Lord and the Lord for the body” (dative of personal interest in both cases). “The Lord Jesus and πορνεια — porneia contested for the bodies of Christian men; loyal to him they must renounce that, yielding to that they renounce him” (Findlay). [source]
1 Corinthians 7:10 Not I, but the Lord [ουκ εγω αλλα ο κυριος]
Paul had no commands from Jesus to the unmarried (men or women), but Jesus had spoken to the married (husbands and wives) as in Matthew 5:31.; Matthew 19:3-12; Mark 10:9-12; Luke 16:18. The Master had spoken plain words about divorce. Paul reenforces his own inspired command by the command of Jesus. In Mark 10:9 we have from Christ: “What therefore God joined together let not man put asunder” (μη χοριζετω — mē chorizetō). [source]
1 Corinthians 7:19 But the keeping of the commandments of God [αλλα τηρησις εντολων τεου]
Old word in sense of watching (Acts 4:3). Paul‘s view of the worthlessness of circumcision or of uncircumcision is stated again in Galatians 5:6; Galatians 6:15; Romans 2:25-29 (only the inward or spiritual Jew counts). [source]
1 Corinthians 9:2 Yet at least I am to you [αλλα γε υμιν ειμι]
An argumentum ad hominem and a pointed appeal for their support. Note use of αλλα γε — alla ge in the apodosis (cf. 1 Corinthians 8:6). [source]
1 Corinthians 9:12 But we bear all things [αλλα παντα στεγομεν]
Old verb to cover Paul deliberately declined to use (usual instrumental case with χραομαι — chraomai) his right to pay in Corinth. [source]
1 Corinthians 9:27 But I buffet my body [αλλα υπωπιαζω μου το σωμα]
In Aristophanes, Aristotle, Plutarch, from υπωπιον — hupōpion and that from υπο — hupo and οπς — ops (in papyri), the part of the face under the eyes, a blow in the face, to beat black and blue. In N.T. only here and Luke 18:5 which see. Paul does not, like the Gnostics, consider his σαρχ — sarx or his σωμα — sōma sinful and evil. But “it is like the horses in a chariot race, which must be kept well in hand by whip and rein if the prize is to be secured” (Robertson and Plummer). The boxers often used boxing gloves (χεστυς — cestus of ox-hide bands) which gave telling blows. Paul was not willing for his body to be his master. He found good as the outcome of this self-discipline (2 Corinthians 12:7; Romans 8:13; Colossians 2:23; Colossians 3:5). [source]
1 Corinthians 12:22 Nay, much rather [αλλα πολλωι μαλλον]
Adversative sense of αλλα — alla on the contrary. So far from the more dignified members like the eye and the head being independent of the subordinate ones like the hands and feet, they are “much more” (argumentum a fortiori, “by much more” πολλωι μαλλον — pollōi mallon instrumental case) in need of therm. [source]
1 Corinthians 14:19 Howbeit in church [αλλα εν εκκλησιαι]
Private ecstasy is one thing (cf. 2 Corinthians 12:1-9) but not in church worship. [source]
1 Corinthians 15:35 But some one will say [αλλα ερει τις]
Paul knows what the sceptics were saying. He is a master at putting the standpoint of the imaginary adversary. [source]
1 Corinthians 15:46 Howbeit that is not first which is spiritual, but that which is natural [αλλ ου πρωτον το πνευματικον αλλα το πσυχικον]
Literally, “But not first the spiritual, but the natural.” This is the law of growth always. [source]
2 Corinthians 1:9 Yea [αλλα]
Confirmatory use as in 2 Corinthians 7:11, rather than adversative. [source]
2 Corinthians 1:19 But in him is yea [αλλα Ναι εν αυτωι γεγονεν]
Rather, “But in him Yes has become yes,” has proved true. So Paul appeals to the life of Christ to sustain his own veracity. [source]
2 Corinthians 2:4 But that ye might know the love [αλλα την αγαπην ινα γνωτε]
Proleptic position of αγαπην — agapēn and ingressive second aorist active subjunctive γνωτε — gnōte come to know. [source]
2 Corinthians 3:14 But their minds were hardened [αλλα επωρωτη τα νοηματα αυτων]
Their thoughts (νοηματα — noēmata) literally. Πωροω — Pōroō (first aorist passive indicative here) is late verb from πωρος — pōros hard skin, to cover with thick skin (callus), to petrify. See note on Mark 6:52 and Mark 8:17. [source]
2 Corinthians 4:2 But we have renounced [αλλα απειπαμετα]
Indirect middle second aorist (timeless aorist) indicative of απειπον — apeipon (defective verb) with α — a of first aorist ending, to speak forth, to speak off or away from. Common verb in the active, but rare in middle and only here in N.T. [source]
2 Corinthians 4:5 But Christ Jesus as Lord [αλλα Χριστον Ιησουν Κυριον]
Κυριον — Kurion is predicate accusative in apposition. As your servants for Jesus‘ sake (δουλους υμων δια Ιησουν — doulous humōn dia Iēsoun). Your bond-slave for the sake of Jesus. This is the sufficient reason for any preacher‘s sacrifice, “for Jesus‘ sake.” [source]
2 Corinthians 7:11 Yea [αλλα]
Not adversative use of αλλα — alla but copulative as is common (half dozen examples here). [source]
2 Corinthians 8:10 Not only to do, but also to will [ου μονον το ποιησαι αλλα και το τελειν]
Articular infinitives the objects of proenērxasthe on which verb see 2 Corinthians 8:6). That is to say, the Corinthians promised before any others. [source]
2 Corinthians 8:19 But who was also appointed [αλλα και χειροτονητεις]
Anacoluthon. The first aorist passive participle χειροτονητεις — cheirotonētheis is from χειροτονεω — cheirotoneō old verb to stretch out the hands (χειρ τεινω — cheir teinō) and so to vote in public. The idea is that this brother was chosen by the churches, not by Paul. Only here in N.T. save Acts 14:23 where it means to appoint without notion of raising the hands. In Acts 10:41 we have προχειροτονεω — procheirotoneō [source]
2 Corinthians 8:21 But also in the sight of men [αλλα και ενωπιον αντρωπων]
It is not enough for one‘s financial accounts to be honourable (καλα — kala) as God sees them, but they should be so kept that men can understand them also. A timely warning. Paul took the utmost pains that no suspicion could be attached to him in this collection. [source]
2 Corinthians 12:14 Not yours, but you [ου τα υμων αλλα υμας]
The motto of every real preacher. To lay up (thēsaurizein). For this use of the verb see note on 1 Corinthians 16:2 (Matthew 6:19-21; James 5:3). [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 But through Jesus Christ and God the Father [αλλα δια Ιησου Χριστου και τεου πατρος]
The call to be an apostle came to Paul through Jesus Christ as he claimed in 1 Corinthians 9:1 and as told in Acts 9:4-6; Acts 22:7.; Acts 26:16. He is apostle also by the will of God. Who raised him from the dead (του εγειραντος αυτον εκ νεκρων — tou egeirantos auton ek nekrōn). 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 2:7 But contrariwise [αλλα τουναντιον]
But on the contrary (accusative of general reference, το εναντιον — to enantion). So far from the three championing the cause of the Judaizers as some hoped or even the position of the compromisers in Galatians 2:4., they came boldly to Paul‘s side after hearing the case argued in the private conference. This is the obvious interpretation rather than the view that Peter, James, and John first proposed the circumcision of Titus and afterwards surrendered to Paul‘s bold stand. [source]
Galatians 4:31 But of the freewoman [αλλα της ελευτερας]
We are children of Abraham by faith (Galatians 3:7). [source]
Ephesians 5:18 But be filled with the Spirit [αλλα πληρουστε εν πνευματι]
In contrast to a state of intoxication with wine. [source]
Ephesians 5:24 But [αλλα]
Perhaps, “nevertheless,” in spite of the difference just noted. Once again the verb υποτασσω — hupotassō has to be supplied in the principal clause before τοις ανδρασιν — tois andrasin either as indicative (υποτασσονται — hupotassontai) or as imperative (υποτασσεστωσαν — hupotassesthōsan). [source]
Philippians 1:18 Yea, and will rejoice [αλλα και χαρησομαι]
Note affirmative, not adversative, use of αλλα — alla Volitive use of the future (second future passive) indicative (χαρησομαι — charēsomai) of χαιρω — chairō Paul is determined to rejoice in spite of the efforts of the Judaizers to prod him to anger. [source]
Philippians 3:8 Yea, verily, and [αλλα μεν ουν γε και]
Five particles before Paul proceeds (yea, indeed, therefore, at least, even), showing the force and passion of his conviction. He repeats his affirmation with the present middle indicative (ηγουμαι — hēgoumai), “I still count all things loss for the excellency of the knowledge (το υπερεχον — to huperechon the surpassingness, neuter articular participle of υπερεχω — huperechō Phlippians 2:3) of Christ Jesus my Lord.” [source]
Colossians 2:5 Yet [αλλα]
Common use of αλλα — alla in the apodosis (conclusion) of a conditional or concessive sentence. Your order (την ταχιν — tēn taxin). The military line (from τασσω — tassō), unbroken, intact. A few stragglers had gone over to the Gnostics, but there had been no panic, no breach in the line. Steadfastness From στερεοω — stereoō (from στερεος — stereos) to make steady, and probably the same military metaphor as in ταχιν — taxin just before. The solid part of the line which can and does stand the attack of the Gnostics. See note on Acts 16:5 where the verb στερεοω — stereoō is used with πιστις — pistis and 1 Peter 5:9 where the adjective στερεος — stereos is so used. In 2 Thessalonians 3:6, 2 Thessalonians 3:8, 2 Thessalonians 3:11 Paul speaks of his own ταχις — taxis (orderly conduct). [source]
Colossians 3:11 But Christ is all [αλλα παντα Χριστος]
Demosthenes and Lucian use the neuter plural to describe persons as Paul does here of Christ. The plural παντα — panta is more inclusive than the singular παν — pān would be. [source]
1 Thessalonians 1:5 Not only - but also [ουκμονον αλλα και]
Sharp contrast, negatively and positively. The contrast between δυναμις — logos (word) and εν πνευματι αγιωι και πληροποριαι πολληι — dunamis (power) is seen also in 1 Corinthians 2:4; 1 Corinthians 4:20. Paul does not refer to miracles by εν — dunamis In the Holy Spirit and much assurance (λογωι δυναμει — en pneumati hagiōi kai plērophoriāi pollēi). Preposition πληροποριαι — en repeated with πληροπορεω — logōiκατως οιδατε — dunamei but only once here thus uniting closely Holy Spirit and much assurance. No article with either word. The word οιοι εγενητημεν υμιν — plērophoriāi is not found in ancient Greek or the lxx. It appears once in Clement of Rome and one broken papyrus example. For the verb οιοι — plērophoreō see note on Luke 1:1. The substantive in the N.T. only here and Colossians 2:2; Hebrews 6:11; Hebrews 10:22. It means the full confidence which comes from the Holy Spirit. Even as ye know (υμιν — kathōs oidate). Paul appeals to the Thessalonians themselves as witnesses to the character of his preaching and life among them. What manner of men we showed ourselves toward you Literally, What sort of men we became to you. Qualitative relative ημετα — hoioi and dative δι υμας — humin and first aorist passive indicative egenēthēmen (not ēmetha we were). An epexegetical comment with for your sake (di' humās) added. It was all in their interest and for their advantage, however it may have seemed otherwise at the time. [source]
1 Thessalonians 2:2 But having suffered before [αλλα προπατοντες]
Strong adversative αλλα — alla antithesis to κενη — kenē Appeal to his personal experiences in Thessalonica known to them (as ye know, κατως οιδατε — kathōs oidate). Second aorist active participle of προπασχω — propaschō old compound verb, but here alone in the N.T. The force of προ — prȯ (before) is carried over to the next verb. The participle may be regarded as temporal (Ellicott) or concessive (Moffatt). [source]
1 Thessalonians 2:4 But even as we have been approved by God [αλλα κατως δεδοκιμασμετα υπο του τεου]
Perfect passive indicative of δοκιμαζω — dokimazō old verb to put to the test, but here the tense for completed state means tested and proved and so approved by God. Paul here claims the call of God for his ministry and the seal of God‘s blessing on his work and also for that of Silas and Timothy. [source]
1 Thessalonians 2:7 But we were gentle in the midst of you [αλλα εγενητημεν νηπιοι εν μεσωι υμων]
Note εγενητημεν — egenēthēmen (became), not ημετα — ēmetha (were). This rendering follows ηπιοι — ēpioi instead of νηπιοι — nēpioi (Aleph B D C Vulg. Boh.) which is clearly correct, though Dibelius, Moffatt, Ellicott, Weiss prefer ηπιοι — ēpioi as making better sense. Dibelius terms νηπιοι — nēpioi unmoglich (impossible), but surely that is too strong. Paul is fond of the word νηπιοι — nēpioi (babes). Lightfoot admits that he here works the metaphor to the limit in his passion, but does not mar it as Ellicott holds. [source]
1 Thessalonians 2:13 but as the word of God [αλλα λογον τεου]
This last clause is literally, as it truly is. Paul had not a doubt that he was proclaiming God‘s message. Should any preacher preach his doubts if he has any? God‘s message can be found and Paul found it. Worketh in you (ενεργειται εν υμιν — energeitai en humin). Perhaps middle voice of ενεργεω — energeō (εν εργον — energon work) late verb, not in ancient Greek or lxx, but in papyri and late writers (Polybius, etc.) and in N.T. only by Paul and James. If it is passive, as Milligan thinks, it means “is set in operation,” as Polybius has it. The idea then is that the word of God is set in operation in you that believe. [source]
1 Thessalonians 5:9 But unto the obtaining of salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ [αλλα εις περιποιησιν σωτηριας δια του Κυριου ημων Ιησου Χριστου]
The difficult word here is περιποιησιν — peripoiēsin which may be passive, God‘s possession as in 1 Peter 2:9, or active, obtaining, as in 2 Thessalonians 2:14. The latter is probably the idea here. We are to keep awake so as to fulfil God‘s purpose (ετετο — etheto appointed, second aorist middle indicative of τιτημι — tithēmi) in calling us. That is our hope of final victory (salvation in this sense). [source]
1 Timothy 5:13 But tattlers also [αλλα και πλυαροι]
Old word from πλυω — phluō (to boil up, to throw up bubbles, like blowing soap bubbles). Only here in N.T. Πλυαρεω — Phluareō in 3 John 1:10 only in N.T. [source]
1 Timothy 6:2 But rather [αλλα μαλλον]
Render the Christian Master better service. They that partake of the benefit (οι της ενεργεσιας αντιλαμβανομενοι — hoi tēs energesias antilambanomenoi). For ευεργεσιας — euergesias (genitive case after participle) see note on Acts 4:9, only other N.T. example of this old word. Present middle participle of αντιλαμβανω — antilambanō old verb, to take in turn, to lay fast hold of, in N.T. only here, Luke 1:54; Acts 20:35. [source]
2 Timothy 4:8 But also to all them that have loved his appearing [αλλα πασιν τοις ηγαπηκοσιν την επιπανειαν αυτου]
Dative case of the perfect active participle of αγαπαω — agapaō to love, who have loved and still love his second coming. Επιπανεια — Epiphaneia here can as in 2 Timothy 1:10 be interpreted of Christ‘s Incarnation. [source]
2 Timothy 4:16 But all forsook me [αλλα παντες με εγκατελειπον]
Same verb and tense used of Demas above (2 Timothy 4:10), “But all were forsaking me” (one by one) or, if aorist εγκατελιπον — egkatelipon “all at once left me.” [source]
Philemon 1:14 But of free will [αλλα κατα εκουσιον]
According to what is voluntary (Numbers 15:3). Perhaps τροπον — tropon (way, manner) is to be understood with the adjective εκουσιος — hekousios (old word, here alone in N.T.), from εκων — hekōn (1 Corinthians 9:17; Romans 8:20). [source]
Hebrews 12:11 Not joyous, but grievous [ου χαρασ αλλα λυπης]
Predicate ablative (springing from) or predicate genitive (marked by). Either makes sense, but note predicate ablative in 2 Corinthians 4:7 (καρπον ειρηνικον — kai tou theou kai mē ex hēmōn). Peaceable fruit (ειρηνη — karpon eirēnikon). Old adjective from δι αυτης γεγυμνασμενοις — eirēnē (peace), in N.T. only here and James 3:17. Peaceable after the chastening is over. Exercised thereby (γυμναζω — di' autēs gegumnasmenois). Perfect passive participle (dative case) of gumnazō state of completion, picturing the discipline as a gymnasium like Hebrews 5:14; 1 Timothy 4:7. [source]
Hebrews 12:22 But [αλλα]
Sharp contrast to Hebrews 12:18 with same form προσεληλυτατε — proselēluthate Unto Mount Zion Dative case of ορος — oros as with the other substantives. In contrast to Mount Sinai (Hebrews 12:18-21). Paul has contrasted Mount Sinai (present Jerusalem) with the Jerusalem above (heaven) in Galatians 4:21-31. City As in Hebrews 11:10, Hebrews 11:16. Heaven is termed thus a spiritual mountain and city. The heavenly Jerusalem See Hebrews 11:10, Hebrews 11:16; Isaiah 60:14. Innumerable hosts of angels “Myriads of angels.” Μυριας — Murias is an old word (from μυριος — murios 1 Corinthians 4:15) as in Luke 12:1. [source]
James 1:25 But a doer that worketh [αλλα ποιητης εργου]
“But a doer of work,” a doer marked by work (descriptive genitive εργου — ergou), not by mere listening or mere talk.In his doing (εν τηι ποιησει αυτου — en tēi poiēsei autou). Another beatitude with μακαριος — makarios as in James 1:12, like the Beatitudes in Matthew 5:3-12. Ποιησις — Poiēsis is an old word (from ποιεω — poieō for the act of doing), only here in N.T. [source]
James 4:11 Not a doer of the law, but a judge [ουκ ποιητης νομου αλλα κριτης]
This tone of superiority to law is here sharply condemned. James has in mind God‘s law, of course, but the point is the same for all laws under which we live. We cannot select the laws which we will obey unless some contravene God‘s law, and so our own conscience (Acts 4:20). Then we are willing to give our lives for our rebellion if need be. [source]
1 Peter 1:15 But like as he which called you is holy [αλλα κατα τον καλεσαντα υμας αγιον]
This use of κατα — kata is a regular Greek idiom (here in contrast with συνσχηματιζομενοι — sunschēmatizomenoi). “But according to the holy one calling you or who called you” (first aorist articular participle of καλεω — kaleō to call). God is our standard or pattern (κατα — kata), not our lusts. [source]
1 Peter 1:19 But with precious blood [αλλα τιμιωι αιματι]
Instrumental case of αιμα — haima after ελυτρωτητε — elutrōthēte (repeated from 1 Peter 1:18). Peter here applies the old adjective τιμιος — timios (from τιμη — timē of Christ in 1 Peter 2:7) to Christ as in 1 Peter 1:7 πολυτιμοτερον — polutimoteron to testing of faith. The blood of anyone is “precious” (costly), far above gold or silver, but that of Jesus immeasurably more so. [source]
1 Peter 2:25 But are now returned [αλλα επεστραπητε]
Second aorist passive indicative of επιστρεπω — epistrephō old verb, to turn, to return (Matthew 10:13).Unto the Shepherd and Bishop of your souls (επι τον ποιμενα και επισκοπον των πσυχων υμων — epi ton poimena kai episkopon tōn psuchōn humōn). Jesus called himself the Good Shepherd (John 10:11, and see also Hebrews 13:20). Here alone is Christ called our “Bishop” (overseer). See both ideas combined in Ezekiel 34:11. Philo calls God Επισχοπος — Episcopos Jesus is also Αποστολος — Apostolos (Hebrews 3:1) and he deserves all other titles of dignity that we can give him. [source]
1 Peter 3:15 Yet with meekness and fear [αλλα μετα πραυτητος και ποβου]
Of God (1 Peter 2:18; 1 Peter 3:2, 1 Peter 3:4), not of man. [source]
1 Peter 3:21 But the interrogation of a good conscience toward God [αλλα συνειδησεως αγατης επερωτημα εις τεον]
Old word from επερωταω — eperōtaō (to question as in Mark 9:32; Matthew 16:1), here only in N.T. In ancient Greek it never means answer, but only inquiry. The inscriptions of the age of the Antonines use it of the Senate‘s approval after inquiry. That may be the sense here, that is, avowal of consecration to God after inquiry, having repented and turned to God and now making this public proclamation of that fact by means of baptism (the symbol of the previous inward change of heart). Thus taken, it matters little whether εις τεον — eis theon (toward God) be taken with επερωτημα — eperōtēma or συνειδησεως — suneidēseōs the resurrection of Jesus Christ For baptism is a symbolic picture of the resurrection of Christ as well as of our own spiritual renewal (Romans 6:2-6). See 1 Peter 1:3 for regeneration made possible by the resurrection of Jesus. [source]
1 Peter 5:2 But willingly [αλλα εκουσιως]
By contrast. Old adverb, in N.T. only here and Hebrews 10:26. [source]
1 Peter 5:2 But of a ready mind [αλλα προτυμως]
Old adverb from προτυμος — prothumos (Matthew 26:41), here only in N.T. [source]
3 John 1:11 But that which is good [αλλα το αγατον]
“But the good.” As in Romans 12:21 again. Probably by the contrast between Diotrephes and Demetrius. [source]
Jude 1:6 But left [αλλα απολιποντας]
Second aorist active participle of απολειπω — apoleipō old verb, to leave behind (2 Timothy 4:13, 2 Timothy 4:20).Their own proper habitation (το ιδιον οικητηριον — to idion oikētērion). Old word for dwelling-place (from οικητηρ — oikētēr dweller at home, from οικος — oikos), in N.T. only here and 2 Corinthians 5:2 (the body as the abode of the spirit).In everlasting bonds Either locative (in) or instrumental (by, with). Αιδιος — Aidios (from αει — aei always), old adjective, in N.T. only here and Romans 1:20 (of God‘s power and deity). It is synonymous with αιωνιος — aiōnios (Matthew 25:46). Mayor terms αιδιος — aidios an Aristotelian word, while αιωνιος — aiōnios is Platonic.Under darkness (υπο ζοπον — hupo zophon). See 2 Peter 2:4 for ζοπος — zophos In Wisdom 17:2 we find δεσμιοι σκοτους — desmioi skotous (prisoners of darkness).Great Not in 2 Peter 2:9, which see note for discussion. [source]
Revelation 2:9 But thou art rich [αλλα πλουσιος ει]
Parenthesis to show the spiritual riches of this church in contrast with the spiritual poverty in Laodicea (Revelation 3:17), this a rich poor church, that a poor rich church. Rich in grace toward God (Luke 12:21) and in good deeds (1 Timothy 6:18). Perhaps Jews and pagans had pillaged their property (Hebrews 10:34), poor as they already were.Blasphemy (βλασπημιαν — blasphēmian). Reviling believers in Christ. See Mark 7:22. The precise charge by these Jews is not indicated, but see Acts 13:45.Of them which say “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 3:9 But do lie [αλλα πσευδονται]
Present middle indicative of πσευδομαι — pseudomai explanatory positive, addition here to και ουκ εισιν — kai ouk eisin of Revelation 2:9, in contrast also with ο αλητινος — ho alēthinos of Revelation 3:7 and in Johannine style (John 8:44; 1 John 1:10; 1 John 2:4). [source]

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Luke 6:27 But I say unto you that hear [Αλλα υμιν λεγω τοις ακουουσιν]
There is a contrast in this use of αλλα — alla like that in Matthew 5:44. This is the only one of the many examples given by Matthew 5 of the sharp antithesis between what the rabbis taught and what Jesus said. Perhaps that contrast is referred to by Luke. If necessary, αλλα — alla could be coordinating or paratactic conjunction as in 2 Corinthians 7:11 rather than adversative as apparently here. See notes on Matthew 5:43. Love of enemies is in the O.T., but Jesus ennobles the word, αγαπαω — agapaō and uses it of love for one‘s enemies. [source]
Luke 16:21 Yea, even the dogs [αλλα και οι κυνες]
For αλλα και — alla kai see also Luke 12:7; Luke 24:22. Αλλα — Alla can mean “yea,” though it often means “but.” Here it depends on how one construes Luke‘s meaning. If he means that he was dependent on casual scraps and it was so bad that even the wild dogs moreover were his companions in misery, the climax came that he was able to drive away the dogs. The other view is that his hunger was unsatisfied, but even the dogs increased his misery.Licked his sores (επελειχον τα ελκη αυτου — epeleichon ta helkē autou). Imperfect active of επιλειχω — epileichō a late vernacular Koiné verb, to lick over the surface. It is not clear whether the licking of the sores by the dogs added to the misery of Lazarus or gave a measure of comfort, as he lay in his helpless condition. “Furrer speaks of witnessing dogs and lepers waiting together for the refuse” (Bruce). It was a scramble between the dogs and Lazarus. [source]
Romans 4:12 But who also walk [αλλα και τοις στοιχουσιν]
The use of τοις — tois here is hard to explain, for ου μονον — ou monon and αλλα και — alla kai both come after the preceding τοις — tois All the MSS. have it thus. A primitive error in a copyist is suggested by Hort who would omit the second τοις — tois Lightfoot regards it less seriously and would repeat the second τοις — tois in the English: “To those who are, I do not say of circumcision only, but also to those who walk.” In the steps (τοις ιχνεσιν — tois ichnesin). Locative case. See note on 2 Corinthians 12:18. Stoicheō is military term, to walk in file as in Galatians 5:25; Philemon 3:16. [source]
Romans 6:5 We shall be also united in the likeness of his resurrection [αλλα και της αναστασεως εσομετα]
The conclusion to the previous condition introduced by αλλα και — alla kai as often and τοι ομοιωματι — toi homoiōmati (in the likeness) must be understood before της αναστασεως — tēs anastaseōs (of his resurrection). Baptism is a picture of the past and of the present and a prophecy of the future, the matchless preacher of the new life in Christ. [source]
1 Corinthians 12:22 Nay, much rather [αλλα πολλωι μαλλον]
Adversative sense of αλλα — alla on the contrary. So far from the more dignified members like the eye and the head being independent of the subordinate ones like the hands and feet, they are “much more” (argumentum a fortiori, “by much more” πολλωι μαλλον — pollōi mallon instrumental case) in need of therm. [source]
1 Corinthians 6:8 Nay, but ye yourselves do wrong and defraud [αλλα υμεις αδικειτε και αποστερειτε]
“But (adversative αλλα — alla on the contrary) you (emphatic) do the wronging and the robbing” (active voices) “and that your brethren” Same idiom as at close of 1 Corinthians 6:6. The very climax of wrong-doings, to stoop to do this with one‘s brethren in Christ. [source]
1 Corinthians 9:2 Yet at least I am to you [αλλα γε υμιν ειμι]
An argumentum ad hominem and a pointed appeal for their support. Note use of αλλα γε — alla ge in the apodosis (cf. 1 Corinthians 8:6). [source]
2 Corinthians 7:11 Yea [αλλα]
Not adversative use of αλλα — alla but copulative as is common (half dozen examples here). [source]
Philippians 1:18 Yea, and will rejoice [αλλα και χαρησομαι]
Note affirmative, not adversative, use of αλλα — alla Volitive use of the future (second future passive) indicative (χαρησομαι — charēsomai) of χαιρω — chairō Paul is determined to rejoice in spite of the efforts of the Judaizers to prod him to anger. [source]
Colossians 2:5 Yet [αλλα]
Common use of αλλα — alla in the apodosis (conclusion) of a conditional or concessive sentence. Your order (την ταχιν — tēn taxin). The military line (from τασσω — tassō), unbroken, intact. A few stragglers had gone over to the Gnostics, but there had been no panic, no breach in the line. Steadfastness From στερεοω — stereoō (from στερεος — stereos) to make steady, and probably the same military metaphor as in ταχιν — taxin just before. The solid part of the line which can and does stand the attack of the Gnostics. See note on Acts 16:5 where the verb στερεοω — stereoō is used with πιστις — pistis and 1 Peter 5:9 where the adjective στερεος — stereos is so used. In 2 Thessalonians 3:6, 2 Thessalonians 3:8, 2 Thessalonians 3:11 Paul speaks of his own ταχις — taxis (orderly conduct). [source]
1 Thessalonians 2:2 But having suffered before [αλλα προπατοντες]
Strong adversative αλλα — alla antithesis to κενη — kenē Appeal to his personal experiences in Thessalonica known to them (as ye know, κατως οιδατε — kathōs oidate). Second aorist active participle of προπασχω — propaschō old compound verb, but here alone in the N.T. The force of προ — prȯ (before) is carried over to the next verb. The participle may be regarded as temporal (Ellicott) or concessive (Moffatt). [source]

608 Verses with G235

Matthew 4:4
Literal: - But answering He said It has been written Not by bread alone shall live the man but by every word coming out of [the] mouth of God
KJV: But  he answered  and said,  It is written,  Man  not  live  by  bread  alone,  but  by  every  word  that proceedeth  out of  the mouth  of God. 

Matthew 5:15
Literal: Nor do they light a lamp and put it under - a basket but upon the lampstand it shines for all those in the house
KJV: Neither  do men light  a candle,  and  put  it  under  a bushel,  but  on  a candlestick;  and  it giveth light  unto all  that are in  the house. 

Matthew 5:17
Literal: Not think that I have come to abolish the law or the Prophets not but to fulfill
KJV: Think  not  that  I am come  to destroy  the law,  or  the prophets:  not  come  to destroy,  but  to fulfil. 

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

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

Matthew 6:18
Literal: so that not you might appear - to men [as] fasting but - to Father your the [One] in - secret and the Father of you the [One] seeing will reward you
KJV: That  thou appear  not  unto men  to fast,  but  Father  which  is in  secret:  and  Father,  which  seeth  in  secret,  shall reward  openly. 

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

Matthew 8:4
Literal: And says to him - Jesus See that no one you tell But go yourself show to the priest offer the gift that commanded Moses for a testimony to them
KJV: And  Jesus  saith  unto him,  See  thou tell  no man;  but  go thy way,  shew  thyself  to the priest,  and  offer  the gift  that  Moses  commanded,  for  a testimony  unto them. 

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

Matthew 9:12
Literal: - And having heard He said Not need have those being strong of a physician but sick being
KJV: But  heard  that, he said  They that be  whole  need  not  a physician,  but  they that are  sick. 

Matthew 9:13
Literal: Having gone however learn what is Mercy I desire and not sacrifice for I came to call [the] righteous but sinners
KJV: But  go ye  and learn  what  I will  have mercy,  and  not  sacrifice:  for  not  come  to call  the righteous,  but  sinners 

Matthew 9:17
Literal: Nor pour they wine new into wineskins old if now lest are burst the wineskins and the wine is poured out wineskins are destroyed But they pour new both are preserved
KJV: Neither  do men put  new  wine  into  old  bottles:  else  the bottles  break,  and  the wine  runneth out,  and  the bottles  perish:  but  they put  new  wine  into  new  bottles,  and  both  are preserved. 

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

Matthew 9:24
Literal: He says Go away Not for is dead the girl but sleeps And they began to laugh at Him
KJV: unto them,  Give place:  for  the maid  not  dead,  but  sleepeth.  And  him  to scorn. 

Matthew 10:20
Literal: Not for you are those speaking but the Spirit of the Father of you - speaking through you
KJV: For  not  that speak,  but  the Spirit  Father  which  speaketh  in 

Matthew 10:34
Literal: Not think that I came to bring peace to the earth not but a sword
KJV: Think  not  that  I am come  to send  peace  on  earth:  I came  not  to send  peace,  but  a sword. 

Matthew 11:8
Literal: But what did you go out to see A man in delicate [clothing] having been dressed Behold those - delicate [clothing] wearing the houses - of kings are
KJV: But  what  went ye out  A man  clothed  in  soft  behold,  they that wear  soft  in  kings'  houses. 

Matthew 11:9
Literal: But what did you go out a prophet to see Yes I say to you and [one] more excellent than a prophet
KJV: But  what  went ye out  A prophet?  yea,  I say  and  than a prophet. 

Matthew 13:21
Literal: no he has now root in himself but temporary is having come however tribulation or persecution on account of the word immediately he falls away
KJV: Yet  hath he  not  root  in  himself,  but  for a while:  for  when tribulation  or  persecution  ariseth  because  of the word,  he is offended. 

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 16:12
Literal: Then they understood that not He said to beware of the leaven of bread but teaching of the Pharisees and Sadducees
KJV: Then  understood they  how that  he bade  them not  beware  of  the leaven  of bread,  but  of  the doctrine  of the Pharisees  and  of the Sadducees. 

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

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

Matthew 17:12
Literal: I say however to you that Elijah already is come and not they knew him but did to him whatever they desired Thus also the Son - of Man is about to suffer from them
KJV: But  I say  That  Elias  is come  already,  and  they knew  him  not,  but  have done  unto  him  whatsoever  they listed.  Likewise  shall  also  the Son  of man  suffer  of  them. 

Matthew 18:22
Literal: Says to him - Jesus Not I say to you up to seven times but seventy times seven
KJV: Jesus  saith  unto him,  I say  not  Until  seven times:  but,  Until  seventy times  seven. 

Matthew 18:30
Literal: - But not he was willing rather having gone he cast him into prison until that he should pay that which was owing
KJV: And  he would  not:  but  went  and cast  him  into  prison,  till  he should pay  the debt. 

Matthew 19:6
Literal: so that no longer are they two but flesh one What therefore - God united together man not let separate
KJV: Wherefore  no more  twain,  but  flesh.  What  therefore  God  hath joined together,  not  man  put asunder. 

Matthew 19:11
Literal: - And He said to them Not all receive the word this but only [those] to whom it has been given
KJV: But  he said  unto them,  All  men cannot  receive  saying,  save  they to whom  it is given. 

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

Matthew 20:26
Literal: Not thus will it be among you but whoever if wishes great to become he will be your servant
KJV: not  so  among  but  whosoever  will  be  great  among  minister; 

Matthew 20:28
Literal: even as the Son - of Man not came to be served but to serve and to give the life of Him [as] a ransom for many
KJV: Even as  the Son  of man  came  not  to be ministered unto,  but  to minister,  and  to give  his  life  a ransom  for  many. 

Matthew 21:21
Literal: Answering now - Jesus said to them Truly I say to you if you have faith and not do doubt not only the [miracle] of the fig tree will you do but even if to the mountain this you should say Be you taken away be you cast into the sea it will come to pass
KJV: Jesus  answered  and  said  unto them,  Verily  I say  If  ye have  faith,  and  doubt  not,  not  do  this  which is done to the fig tree,  but  also if  ye shall say  mountain,  Be thou removed,  and  be thou cast  into  the sea;  it shall be done. 

Matthew 22:30
Literal: In for the resurrection neither do they marry nor are given in marriage but like angels of God - heaven they are
KJV: For  in  the resurrection  they neither  marry,  nor  but  as  the angels  of God  in  heaven. 

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

Matthew 24:6
Literal: You will begin then to hear of wars and rumors of wars Behold not be alarmed it is necessary for to take place but not yet is the end
KJV: And  ye shall  hear  of wars  and  rumours  of wars:  see  not  troubled:  for  these things must  come to pass,  but  the end  not yet. 

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

Matthew 27:24
Literal: Having seen now - Pilate that nothing it availed but rather a riot is arising having taken water he washed the hands before the crowd saying Guiltless I am of the blood of this For yourselves you will see
KJV: When  Pilate  that  he could prevail  nothing,  but  that rather  a tumult  was made,  he took  water,  and washed  his hands  before  the multitude,  saying,  I am  innocent  of  the blood 

Mark 1:44
Literal: And He says to him See [that] nothing to none you speak But go yourself show to the priest offer for the cleansing of you what commanded Moses for a testimony to them
KJV: And  saith  unto him,  See  thou say  nothing  but  go thy way,  shew  thyself  to the priest,  and  offer  for  cleansing  those things  which Moses  commanded,  for  a testimony  unto them. 

Mark 1:45
Literal: - And having gone out he began to proclaim much and to spread abroad the matter so that no longer He was able openly into [the] city to enter but out in solitary places He was they were coming to Him from every quarter
KJV: But  he went out,  and began  to publish  it much,  and  to blaze abroad  the matter,  insomuch that  Jesus  could  no more  openly  enter  into  the city,  but  without  desert  places:  and  they came  to  him 

Mark 2:17
Literal: And having heard - Jesus says to them - No need have those being strong of a physician but sick being Not I came to call [the] righteous but sinners
KJV: When  Jesus  heard  it, he saith  unto them,  They that are whole  have  no  need  of the physician,  but  they that are  sick:  I came  not  to call  the righteous,  but  sinners 

Mark 2:22
Literal: And no one puts wine new into wineskins old if now not will burst the wine the wineskins will be destroyed the wineskins Instead new
KJV: And  no man  putteth  new  wine  into  old  bottles:  the new  wine  doth burst  the bottles,  and  the wine  and  the bottles  will be marred:  but  new  wine  into  new  bottles. 

Mark 3:26
Literal: And if - Satan has risen up against himself has been divided not he is able to stand but an end is coming to
KJV: And  if  Satan  rise up  against  himself,  and  be divided,  he cannot  stand,  but  hath  an end. 

Mark 3:27
Literal: But not is able no one into the house of the strong man having entered the goods of him to plunder if not first the strong man he binds And then he will plunder
KJV: No man  can  enter  into  a strong man's  house,  and spoil  his  goods,  first  bind  the strong man;  and  then  he will spoil  his  house. 

Mark 3:29
Literal: Whoever however - shall blaspheme against the Spirit - Holy not has forgiveness to the age but guilty is [of] eternal sin
KJV: But  he  that  shall blaspheme  against  the Holy  Ghost  hath  never  forgiveness,  but  in danger  of eternal 

Mark 4:17
Literal: and not they have root in themselves but temporary are then having arisen tribulation or persecution on account of the word immediately they fall away
KJV: And  have  no  root  in  themselves,  and  but for a time:  afterward,  when affliction  or  persecution  ariseth  for  the word's sake,  immediately  they are offended. 

Mark 4:22
Literal: Nothing for there is which [is] hidden if not that it should be made manifest nor has taken place a secret thing but it should come to light
KJV: For  nothing  hid,  be manifested;  neither  was any thing kept  secret,  but  that  it should come  abroad. 

Mark 5:19
Literal: And not He did permit him but He says to him Go to the home of you to - your own report to them how much the Lord for you did had mercy on you
KJV: suffered  him  not,  but  saith  unto him,  Go  home  to  thy friends,  and  them  how great things  the Lord  hath done  and  hath had compassion 

Mark 5:26
Literal: and much having suffered under many physicians having spent the of her all in no way having benefited but rather to the worse having come
KJV: And  had suffered  many things  of  many  physicians,  and  had spent  all  had,  and  nothing  bettered,  but  rather  grew  worse, 

Mark 5:39
Literal: And having entered He says to them Why make you commotion weep The child not is dead but sleeps
KJV: And  when he was come in,  he saith  unto them,  Why  make ye this ado,  and  weep?  the damsel  not  dead,  but  sleepeth. 

Mark 6:9
Literal: but wearing sandals and not put on two tunics
KJV: But  be shod  with sandals;  and  not  put on  two  coats. 

Mark 6:52
Literal: not for they understood by the loaves but had been of them the heart hardened
KJV: For  they considered  not  the miracle of  the loaves:  for  their  heart  hardened. 

Mark 7:5
Literal: And questioned Him the Pharisees scribes Because of why not walk disciples of You according to the tradition of the elders but with unwashed hands eat the bread
KJV: the Pharisees  and  scribes  asked  him,  walk  not  disciples  according  to the tradition  of the elders,  but  eat  bread  hands? 

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 7:19
Literal: because not it enters of him into the heart but belly and the sewer goes out purifying all the food
KJV: Because  it entereth  not  into  his  heart,  but  into  the belly,  and  goeth out  into  the draught,  purging  all  meats? 

Mark 7:25
Literal: But immediately having heard a woman about Him of whom had the little daughter of her spirit unclean having come fell at the feet of Him
KJV: a certain woman,  whose  young daughter  had  an unclean  spirit,  heard  of  him,  and came  and fell  at  his  feet: 

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

Mark 9:8
Literal: And suddenly having looked around no longer no one they saw except - Jesus alone with them
KJV: And  suddenly,  when they had looked round about,  no man  any more,  save  Jesus  with  themselves. 

Mark 9:13
Literal: But I say to you that also Elijah has come and they did to him whatever they desired as it has been written of him
KJV: But  I say  That  Elias  indeed  come,  and  they have done  unto him  whatsoever  they listed,  as  it is written  of  him. 

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

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

Mark 10:8
Literal: and will be the two for flesh one Therefore no longer they are but one flesh
KJV: And  they twain  one  flesh:  so then  no more  twain,  but  flesh. 

Mark 10:27
Literal: Having looked on them - Jesus says With men [it is] impossible but not God all things for [are] possible -
KJV: Jesus  looking upon  them  saith,  With  men  it is impossible,  but  not  with  God:  for  with  God  all things  possible. 

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

Mark 10:43
Literal: Not thus however shall it be among you Instead whoever - desires great to become will be your servant
KJV: But  so  not  among  but  whosoever  will  be  great  among  minister: 

Mark 10:45
Literal: Even for the Son - of Man not came to be served but to serve and to give the life of Him [as] a ransom for many
KJV: For  even  the Son  of man  came  not  to be ministered unto,  but  to minister,  and  to give  his  life  a ransom  for  many. 

Mark 11:23
Literal: Truly I say to you that whoever - shall say to the mountain this Be you taken away and be you cast into the sea not shall doubt in the heart of him but shall believe what he says takes place it will be done for him
KJV: verily  I say  That  whosoever  shall say  mountain,  Be thou removed,  and  be thou cast  into  the sea;  and  not  doubt  in  his  heart,  but  shall believe  that  those things which  he saith  shall come to pass;  he  whatsoever  he saith. 

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 12:14
Literal: And having come they say to Him Teacher we know that TRUE You are not there is care to You about no one for You look on [the] appearance of men but on the basis of [the] truth the way - of God teach Is it lawful to give tribute to Caesar or not Should we pay not pay
KJV: when they were come,  they say  unto him,  Master,  we know  that  true,  and  carest  for  no man:  for  thou regardest  not  the person  of men,  but  teachest  the way  of God  in  truth:  Is it lawful  to give  tribute  to Caesar,  or  not? 

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 12:27
Literal: Not He is God of [the] dead but of [the] living Greatly you err
KJV: not  the God  of the dead,  but  the God  of the living:  greatly  err. 

Mark 13:7
Literal: When then you shall hear of wars and rumors of wars not be disturbed it must come to pass but not yet [is] the end
KJV: And  when  ye shall hear  of wars  and  rumours  of wars,  not  troubled:  such things must  needs be;  but  the end  shall not be yet. 

Mark 13:11
Literal: And when they might lead away you delivering [you] up not be anxious beforehand what you should say but whatever if might be given to you in that - hour that speak not for are you those speaking but the Spirit - Holy
KJV: when  they shall lead  up,  no  thought beforehand  what  ye shall speak,  but  whatsoever  shall be  given  in  that  hour,  speak  ye: for  not  that speak,  but  the Holy  Ghost. 

Mark 13:20
Literal: And if not had shortened [the] Lord the days no - there would have been saved any flesh but on account of the elect whom He chose He has shortened
KJV: And  that the Lord  had shortened  those days,  no  flesh  should be  saved:  but  for  the elect's sake,  whom  he hath chosen,  he hath shortened  the days. 

Mark 13:24
Literal: But in those - days after the tribulation those The sun will be darkened and the moon not will give the light of it
KJV: But  in  those  days,  after  that  tribulation,  the sun  shall be darkened,  and  the moon  not  give  her  light, 

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

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

Mark 14:36
Literal: And He was saying Abba - Father all things [are] possible to You take away the cup this from Me but not what I will but You
KJV: And  Abba,  Father,  all things  are possible  take away  cup  from  nevertheless  not  what  will,  but  what  thou 

Mark 14:49
Literal: Every day I was with you in the temple teaching and not you did seize Me But [it is] that may be fulfilled the Scriptures
KJV: daily  with  in  the temple  teaching,  and  ye took  not:  but  the scriptures  must  be fulfilled. 

Mark 16:7
Literal: But go say the disciples of Him and - to Peter that He goes before you into - Galilee there Him will you see as He said to you
KJV: But  go your way,  tell  his  disciples  and  Peter  that  he goeth before  into  Galilee:  there  him,  as  he said 

Luke 1:60
Literal: And answering the mother of him said No but he will be called John
KJV: And  his  mother  answered  and said,  Not  so; but  he shall be called  John. 

Luke 4:4
Literal: And answered to him - Jesus It has been written - Not on bread alone shall live the man but by every word of God
KJV: And  Jesus  answered  him,  It is written,  That  man  not  live  by  bread  alone,  but  by  every  word  of God. 

Luke 5:14
Literal: And He ordered him no one to tell But having gone show yourself to the priest offer for the cleansing of you as commanded Moses for a testimony to them
KJV: And  he  charged  him  to tell  no man:  but  go,  and shew  thyself  to the priest,  and  offer  for  cleansing,  according as  Moses  commanded,  for  a testimony  unto them. 

Luke 5:31
Literal: And answering - Jesus said to them No need have those being well of a physician but sick being
KJV: And  Jesus  answering  said  unto  them,  They that are whole  need  not  a physician;  but  they that are  sick. 

Luke 5:32
Literal: Not I have come to call righteous [ones] but sinners to repentance
KJV: I came  not  to call  the righteous,  but  sinners  to  repentance. 

Luke 5:38
Literal: But wine new into wineskins fresh must be put
KJV: But  new  wine  must be put  into  new  bottles; 

Luke 6:27
Literal: But to you I say to those hearing Love the enemies of you good do hating you
KJV: But  I say  which  hear,  Love  enemies,  do  good  to them which  hate 

Luke 7:7
Literal: therefore neither myself counted I worthy to You to come but say in a word and shall be healed the servant of me
KJV: Wherefore  neither  myself  worthy  to come  unto  but  say  in a word,  and  servant  shall be healed. 

Luke 7:25
Literal: But what have you gone out to see A man in fine clothing arrayed Behold those clothing splendid and in luxury living the palaces are
KJV: But  what  went ye out  A man  clothed  in  soft  raiment?  Behold,  they which are  gorgeously  apparelled,  and  live  delicately,  in 

Luke 7:26
Literal: But what have you gone out to see A prophet Yes I say to you and [one] more excellent than a prophet
KJV: But  what  went ye out  A prophet?  Yea,  I say  and  than a prophet. 

Luke 8:16
Literal: No one now a lamp having lighted covers it with a vessel or under a bed puts [it] but on a lampstand so that those entering in may see the light
KJV: No man,  when he hath lighted  a candle,  covereth  it  with a vessel,  or  putteth  it under  a bed;  but  it on  a candlestick,  that  they which enter in  may see  the light. 

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 8:52
Literal: They were weeping now all and mourning for her - But He said Not weep not for she is dead but sleeps
KJV: And  all  wept,  and  bewailed  her:  but  he said,  Weep  not;  not  dead,  but  sleepeth. 

Luke 9:56
Literal: - For [the] Son - of Man not did come [the] lives of men to destroy but to save And they went to another village
KJV: For  the Son  of man  not  come  to destroy  men's  lives,  but  to save  them. And  they went  to  another  village. 

Luke 11:4
Literal: And forgive us the sins of us also for ourselves we forgive everyone indebted to us not lead us into temptation but deliver from the evil [one]
KJV: And  forgive  sins;  for  we  also  forgive  every one  that is indebted  And  lead  not  into  temptation;  but  deliver  from  evil. 

Luke 11:33
Literal: But no one a lamp having lit in secret sets it nor under the basket but upon the lampstand that those entering in the light may see
KJV: No man,  when he hath lighted  a candle,  putteth  it in  a secret place,  neither  under  a bushel,  but  on  a candlestick,  that  they which  come in  may see  the light. 

Luke 11:42
Literal: But woe to you - Pharisees for you pay tithes of - mint and rue every herb you pass by the justice love - of God These things also it behooved [you] to do and those not to neglect
KJV: But  woe  Pharisees!  for  ye tithe  mint  and  rue  and  all manner  of herbs,  and  pass over  judgment  and  the love  of God:  ought ye  to have done,  and not  the other 

Luke 12:7
Literal: But even the hairs of the head of you all have been numbered Not fear than many sparrows you are more valuable
KJV: But  even the very  hairs  head  all  numbered.  Fear  not  ye are of more value  than many  sparrows. 

Luke 12:51
Literal: Think you that peace I came to give on the earth No I say to you but rather division
KJV: Suppose ye  that  I am come  to give  peace  on  earth?  I tell  Nay;  but  rather  division: 

Luke 13:3
Literal: No I say to you but if not you repent all likewise you will perish
KJV: I tell  Nay:  but,  ye repent,  all  perish. 

Luke 13:5
Literal: No I say to you but if not you repent all likewise you will perish
KJV: I tell  Nay:  but,  ye repent,  all  perish. 

Luke 14:10
Literal: But when you are invited having gone recline in the last place so that might come the [one] having invited you he will say to you Friend come up higher Then will be glory before all those reclining [with] you
KJV: But  when  thou art bidden,  go  and sit down  in  the lowest  room;  that  when  he that bade  cometh,  Friend,  go up  higher:  then  worship  in the presence  of them that sit at meat 

Luke 14:13
Literal: But when a feast you make call the poor the crippled the lame the blind
KJV: But  when  thou makest  a feast,  call  the poor,  the maimed,  the lame,  the blind: 

Luke 16:21
Literal: and desiring to be fed from that falling the table of the rich man but even the dogs coming were licking the sores of him
KJV: And  desiring  to be fed  with  which  fell  from  the rich man's  table:  moreover  the dogs  came  and licked  his  sores. 

Luke 16:30
Literal: - And he said No father Abraham but if one from [the] dead should go to them they will repent
KJV: And  he said,  Nay,  father  Abraham:  but  if  one  went  unto  them  from  the dead,  they will repent. 

Luke 17:8
Literal: But not will he say to him Prepare what I may eat and having girded yourself about serve me while I eat drink after these things shall eat drink you
KJV: And  will not  rather say  unto him,  Make ready  wherewith  I may sup,  and  gird thyself,  and serve  till  I have eaten  and  drunken;  and  afterward  thou  shalt eat  and  drink? 

Luke 18:13
Literal: - But the tax collector afar off standing not was willing not even the eyes to lift up to - heaven but was striking the breast of himself saying - God be merciful to me the sinner
KJV: the publican,  standing  afar off,  would  not  lift up  so much as  his eyes  unto  heaven,  but  smote  upon  his  breast,  saying,  God  be merciful  a sinner. 

Luke 20:21
Literal: And they questioned Him saying Teacher we know that rightly You speak teach not receive [any] person but on the basis of truth the way - of God
KJV: And  they asked  him,  saying,  Master,  we know  that  thou sayest  and  teachest  rightly,  neither  acceptest thou  the person  of any, but  teachest  the way  of God  truly: 

Luke 20:38
Literal: God now not He is of [the] dead but of [the] living all for to Him live
KJV: For  not  a God  of the dead,  but  of the living:  for  all  live  unto him. 

Luke 21:9
Literal: When then you should hear of wars and commotions not be terrified it behooves for these things to take place first but not immediately [is] the end
KJV: But  when  ye shall hear  of wars  and  commotions,  not  terrified:  for  must  first  come to pass;  but  the end  is not  by and by. 

Luke 22:26
Literal: You however not thus [shall be] Instead the greatest among you let him be as younger and the [one] leading serving
KJV: But  shall not  be so:  but  among  let him be  as  the younger;  and  he that is chief,  as  he that doth serve. 

Luke 22:36
Literal: He said then to them But now the [one] having a purse let him take [it] likewise also a bag and not let him sell the cloak of him buy [one] a sword
KJV: said he  unto them,  But  now,  he that hath  a purse,  let him take  it, and  likewise  his scrip:  and  he that hath  no  sword,  let him sell  his  garment,  and  buy 

Luke 22:42
Literal: saying Father if You are willing take away this - cup from Me Yet not the will of Me but - of You be done
KJV: Saying,  Father,  if  thou be willing,  remove  cup  from  nevertheless  not  will,  but  thine,  be done. 

Luke 22:53
Literal: Every day being of Me with you in the temple not did you stretch out the hands against Me but this is of you the hour and power of the darkness
KJV: daily  with  in  the temple,  ye stretched forth  no  hands  against  but  this  hour,  and  the power  of darkness. 

Luke 23:15
Literal: No not even Herod [did] he sent back for Him to us And behold nothing worthy of death is done by Him
KJV: No,  nor yet  Herod:  for  I sent  to  him;  and,  lo,  nothing  worthy  of death  done  unto him. 

Luke 24:6
Literal: Not He is here but He is risen Remember how He spoke to you yet being in - Galilee
KJV: not  here,  but  is risen:  how  he spake  yet  in  Galilee, 

Luke 24:21
Literal: We however were hoping - He it is who is about to redeem - Israel But indeed also with all these things [the] third this day brings away from which these things came to pass
KJV: But  trusted  that  he  which should  have redeemed  Israel:  and  beside  all  is  third  day  since  were done. 

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; 

John 1:8
Literal: Not was He the Light but that he might witness concerning the Light
KJV: not  that  Light,  but  was sent to  bear witness  of  that Light. 

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 1:31
Literal: And I not knew Him but that He might be revealed - to Israel because of this came I with water baptizing
KJV: And I  knew  him  not:  but  that  he should be made manifest  to Israel,  therefore  come  baptizing  with  water. 

John 1:33
Literal: And I not knew Him but the [One] having sent me to baptize with water He to me said Upon whom - you shall see the Spirit descending and abiding on He is baptizing [the] Spirit Holy
KJV: And I  knew  him  not:  but  he that sent  to baptize  with  water,  the same  said  Upon  whom  thou shalt see  the Spirit  descending,  and  remaining  on  him,  the same  he which baptizeth  with  the Holy  Ghost. 

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 3:16
Literal: Thus for loved - God the world that Son only begotten He gave so that everyone believing in Him not should perish but should have life eternal
KJV: For  God  so  loved  the world,  that  he gave  his  only begotten  Son,  that  whosoever  believeth  in  him  not  perish,  but  have  everlasting  life. 

John 3:17
Literal: Not for sent - God - His Son into the world that He might judge but might be saved the world through Him
KJV: For  God  sent  not  his  Son  into  the world  to  condemn  the world;  but  that  the world  through  him  might be saved. 

John 3:28
Literal: Yourselves you to me bear witness that I said - Not am I the Christ but - sent I am before Him
KJV: yourselves  witness,  that  I said,  am  not  the Christ,  but  that  I am  sent  before  him. 

John 3:36
Literal: The [one] believing in the Son has life eternal however not obeying the Son not will see life but the wrath - of God abides on him
KJV: He that believeth  on  the Son  hath  everlasting  life:  and  he that believeth not  the Son  not  life;  but  the wrath  of God  abideth  on  him. 

John 4:2
Literal: although indeed Jesus Himself not was baptizing but the disciples of Him
KJV: (Though  Jesus  himself  baptized  not,  but  his  disciples,) 

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 4:23
Literal: But is coming an hour and now is when the TRUE worshipers will worship the Father in spirit truth also for the Father such seeks who worship Him
KJV: But  the hour  cometh,  and  now  when  the true  worshippers  shall worship  the Father  in  spirit  and  in truth:  for  the Father  seeketh  such  to worship  him. 

John 5:18
Literal: Because of this therefore the more were seeking Him the Jews to kill because not only was He breaking the Sabbath but also Father His own He was calling - God equal Himself making to God
KJV: Therefore  the Jews  sought  the more  to kill  him,  because  not  only  had broken  the sabbath,  but  also  that God  was his  Father,  making  himself  equal  with God. 

John 5:22
Literal: Not even for the Father judges no one but - judgment all has given to the Son
KJV: For  the Father  judgeth  no man,  but  hath committed  all  judgment  unto the Son: 

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 5:30
Literal: Not am able I to do of Myself nothing as I hear I judge and the judgment - of Me just is because I seek the will - of Me but of the [One] having sent Me
KJV: can  of  mine own self  do  nothing:  as  I hear,  I judge:  and  my  judgment  just;  because  I seek  not  mine own  will,  but  the will  which hath sent 

John 5:34
Literal: I now not from man the testimony receive but these things I say that you may be saved
KJV: But  receive  not  testimony  from  man:  but  I say,  that  might be saved. 

John 5:42
Literal: but I have known you that the love - of God not you have in yourselves
KJV: But  I know  that  ye have  not  the love  of God  in  you. 

John 6:9
Literal: Is a little boy here who has five loaves barley and two small fish but these what are for so many
KJV: lad  here,  which  hath  five  barley  loaves,  and  two  small fishes:  but  what  among  so many? 

John 6:22
Literal: On the next day the crowd - standing on the other side of the sea having seen that boat other no was there if not one and not went with the disciples of Him Jesus into the boat but alone the disciples went away
KJV: The day following,  when the people  which  stood  on the other side  of the sea  that  none  other  boat  there,  one  whereinto  his  disciples  and  that  Jesus  not  with  his  disciples  into  the boat,  but  that his  disciples  were gone away  alone; 

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 6:27
Literal: Work not [for] the food that is perishing but [for] - enduring unto life eternal which the Son - of Man to you will give Him for Father has sealed - God
KJV: Labour  not  for the meat  which  perisheth,  but  for that meat  which  endureth  unto  everlasting  life,  which  the Son  of man  shall give  for  God  the Father  sealed. 

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 6:36
Literal: But I said to you that also you have seen Me and yet not believe
KJV: But  I said  That  also  have seen  and  believe  not. 

John 6:38
Literal: For I have come down from - heaven not that I should do the will - of Me but of the [One] having sent Me
KJV: For  I came down  heaven,  not  to  do  mine own  will,  but  the will  of him that sent 

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 6:64
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 7:10
Literal: When however had gone up the brothers of Him to the feast then also He went up not openly but as in secret
KJV: But  when  his  brethren  were gone up,  then  he  also  up  unto  the feast,  not  openly,  but  as it were  in  secret. 

John 7:12
Literal: And murmuring about Him there was much among the crowds Some indeed were saying - Good He is Others however No but He deceives the people
KJV: And  much  murmuring  among  the people  concerning  him:  for some  a good man:  others  Nay;  but  he deceiveth  the people. 

John 7:16
Literal: Answered therefore them - Jesus and said - My teaching not is of Myself but of the [One] having sent Me
KJV: Jesus  answered  them,  and  said,  My  doctrine  not  mine,  but  his that sent 

John 7:22
Literal: Because of the fact that Moses has given you - circumcision not that of - Moses it is but the fathers also on Sabbath you circumcise a man
KJV: Moses  therefore  gave  circumcision;  (not  because  of  Moses,  but  of  the fathers;)  and  on  the sabbath day  circumcise  a man. 

John 7:24
Literal: Not judge according to appearance but the righteous judgment judge
KJV: Judge  not  according to  the appearance,  but  judge  righteous  judgment. 

John 7:27
Literal: But this [man] we know from where He is The however Christ whenever He may come no one knows
KJV: Howbeit  we know  whence  but  when  Christ  cometh,  no man  knoweth  whence 

John 7:28
Literal: Cried out therefore in the temple teaching - Jesus and saying Me you know from where I am of Myself not I have come but is TRUE the [One] having sent Me whom you know
KJV: Then  cried  Jesus  in  the temple  as he taught,  saying,  Ye both  know me,  and  ye know  whence  I am:  and  not  come  of  myself,  but  he that sent  true,  whom  know  not. 

John 7:44
Literal: Some now desired of them to seize Him but no one laid on Him the hands
KJV: And  some  of  them  would  have taken  him;  but  no man  laid  hands  on  him. 

John 7:49
Literal: But the crowd this - not knowing the law accursed are
KJV: But  this  people  who  knoweth  not  the law  cursed. 

John 8:12
Literal: Again therefore to them spoke - Jesus saying I am the light of the world the [one] following Me no not shall walk in the darkness but will have the light - of life
KJV: Then  spake  Jesus  again  unto them,  saying,  am  the light  of the world:  he that followeth  walk  in  darkness,  but  shall have  the light  of life. 

John 8:16
Literal: And if judge however I - judgment My TRUE is because alone not I am but I the having sent Me Father
KJV: And  yet  if  judge,  my  judgment  for  I am  not  alone,  but  and  the Father  that sent 

John 8:26
Literal: Many things I have concerning you to say and to judge but the [One] having sent Me TRUE is and I what I have heard from Him these things I say to the world
KJV: I have  many things  to say  and  to judge  of  but  he that sent  true;  and I  to  the world  which  I have heard  of  him. 

John 8:28
Literal: Said therefore to them - Jesus When you shall have lifted up the Son - of Man then you will know that I am [He] and from Myself I do nothing but as taught Me the Father these things I speak
KJV: Then  said  Jesus  unto them,  When  ye have lifted up  the Son  of man,  then  shall ye know  that  am  he, and  that I do  nothing  of  myself;  but  as  Father  hath taught  I speak 

John 8:37
Literal: I know that seed of Abraham you are but you seek Me to kill because the word - of Me not receives a place in you
KJV: I know  that  Abraham's  seed;  but  ye seek  to kill  because  my  word  no  place  in 

John 8:42
Literal: Said to them - Jesus If God Father of you were you would have loved - Me I for from - God came forth and am here not even of Myself have I come but He Me sent
KJV: Jesus  said  unto them,  If  God  Father,  ye would  love  for  proceeded forth  and  came  from  God;  neither  came I  of  myself,  but  he  sent 

John 8:49
Literal: Answered Jesus I a demon not have but I honor the Father of Me and you dishonor Me
KJV: Jesus  answered,  have  not  a devil;  but  I honour  Father,  and  do dishonour 

John 8:55
Literal: And not you have known Him I however know And if I say that I know I will be like you a liar But Him the word of Him I keep
KJV: Yet  not  known  him;  but  know  him:  and  I should say,  I know  him  not,  a liar  like  but  I know  him,  and  keep  his  saying. 

John 9:3
Literal: Answered Jesus Neither this [man] sinned nor the parents of him but [it was] that should be displayed the works - of God in him
KJV: Jesus  answered,  Neither  this man  sinned,  nor  his  parents:  but  that  the works  of God  should be made manifest  in  him. 

John 9:9
Literal: Some were saying - He it is but others No but like him he is He kept saying I am [he]
KJV: Some  This  others  said,  like  him:  but he  am 

John 9:31
Literal: We know that - God sinners not does hear but if anyone God-fearing is and the will of Him does him He hears
KJV: we know  that  God  heareth  not  sinners:  but  if  any man  a worshipper of God,  and  doeth  his  will,  he heareth. 

John 10:1
Literal: Truly I say to you the [one] not entering in by the door to the fold of the sheep but climbing up another way he a thief is and a robber
KJV: Verily,  I say  He that entereth  not  by  the door  into  the sheepfold,  but  climbeth up  some other way,  the same  a thief  and  a robber. 

John 10:5
Literal: A stranger however in no way not they will follow but will flee from him because not they recognize - of strangers the voice
KJV: And  a stranger  follow,  but  will flee  from  him:  for  they know  not  the voice  of strangers. 

John 10:8
Literal: All who ever came before Me thieves are and robbers but not did hear them the sheep
KJV: All  that ever  came  before  thieves  and  robbers:  but  the sheep  not  hear  them. 

John 10:18
Literal: No one takes it from Me but I lay down of Myself Authority I have to lay down it and again to take This - commandment I received from the Father of Me
KJV: No man  taketh  it  from  but  it  down  of  myself.  I have  power  it  down,  and  I have  power  to take  it  again.  commandment  have I received  of  Father. 

John 10:26
Literal: But you not believe because not you are from among the sheep - of Me
KJV: But  believe  not,  of  my  sheep, 

John 10:33
Literal: Answered Him the Jews For a good work not we do stone You but blasphemy and because You a man being make yourself God
KJV: The Jews  answered  him,  For  a good  work  we stone  not;  but  for  blasphemy;  and  because  that thou,  a man,  makest  thyself  God. 

John 11:4
Literal: Having heard then - Jesus said This - sickness not is unto death but for the glory - of God that may be glorified the Son by it
KJV: When  Jesus  heard  that, he said,  This  sickness  not  unto  death,  but  for  the glory  of God,  that  the Son  of God  might be glorified  thereby. 

John 11:11
Literal: These things He said and after this He says to them Lazarus the friend of us has fallen asleep but I go that I may awaken him
KJV: said  he:  and  after  he saith  unto them,  friend  Lazarus  sleepeth;  but  I go,  that  him  out of sleep. 

John 11:15
Literal: And I rejoice for sake of you in order that you might believe that not I was there But let us go to him
KJV: And  I am glad  for  that  not  there,  to the intent  ye may believe;  nevertheless  let us go  unto  him. 

John 11:22
Literal: Nevertheless even now I know that whatever - You might ask - God will give You - God
KJV: But  I know,  that even  now,  whatsoever  thou wilt ask  of God,  will give 

John 11:30
Literal: Not yet now had come - Jesus into the village but was still in the place where had met Him - Martha
KJV: Now  Jesus  not yet  come  into  the town,  but  in  that place  where  Martha  met  him. 

John 11:42
Literal: I and knew that always Me You hear but on account of the crowd - standing around I said [it] that they may believe You Me sent
KJV: And  knew  that  thou hearest  always:  but  because  of the people  which  stand by  I said  it, that  they may believe  that  thou  hast sent 

John 11:51
Literal: This now from himself not he said but high priest being the year that he prophesied that was about Jesus to die for the nation
KJV: And  spake he  not  of  himself:  but  high priest  that  year,  he prophesied  that  Jesus  should  die  for that  nation; 

John 11:52
Literal: and not for the nation only but that also the children - of God those having been scattered He might gather together into one
KJV: And  not  for that  nation  only,  but  that  also  he should gather together  in  one  the children  of God  that were scattered abroad. 

John 11:54
Literal: - Therefore Jesus no longer publicly walked among the Jews but went away from there into the region near the wilderness to Ephraim called a city And there He stayed with the disciples
KJV: Jesus  therefore  walked  no more  openly  among  the Jews;  but  went  thence  unto  a country  near  to the wilderness,  into  a city  called  Ephraim,  and there  with  disciples. 

John 12:6
Literal: He said however this not because for the poor he was caring to him but a thief he was and the money bag having that being put into [it] he used to pilfer
KJV: he said,  not  that  he  cared  for  the poor;  but  because  a thief,  and  had  the bag,  and  bare  what was put therein. 

John 12:9
Literal: Knew therefore - a crowd great of the Jews that there He is and they came not because of - Jesus only but that also Lazarus they might see whom He had raised out from [the] dead
KJV: Much  people  of  the Jews  therefore  knew  that  there:  and  they came  not  for  Jesus'  sake only,  but  that  Lazarus  also,  whom  he had raised  from  the dead. 

John 12:16
Literal: These things not knew of Him the disciples from the first but when was glorified Jesus then they remembered that these things were of Him written and they had done to Him
KJV: understood  not  his  disciples  but  when  Jesus  was glorified,  then  that  written  of  him,  and  that they had done  unto him. 

John 12:27
Literal: Now the soul of Me has been troubled and what shall I say Father save Me from the hour this But on account of this I came to the hour this
KJV: Now  soul  troubled;  and  what  shall I say?  Father,  save  from  hour:  but  cause  came I  unto  hour. 

John 12:30
Literal: Answered Jesus and said Not because of Me the voice this has come but you
KJV: Jesus  answered  and  said,  This  voice  came  not  because of  but 

John 12:42
Literal: Nevertheless indeed even of the rulers many believed in Him but on account of the Pharisees not they were confessing so that not put out of the synagogue they might be
KJV: Nevertheless  among  the chief rulers  also  many  believed  on  him;  but  because  of the Pharisees  not  confess  they should be  put out of the synagogue: 

John 12:44
Literal: Jesus then cried out and said The [one] believing in Me not believes but the [One] having sent Me
KJV: Jesus  cried  and  said,  He that believeth  on  believeth  not  on  but  on  him that sent 

John 12:47
Literal: And if anyone of Me hears the words not keeps [them] I not do judge him for I came that I might judge the world but I might save
KJV: And  any man  hear  words,  and  judge  him  not:  for  I came  not  to  judge  the world,  but  to  save  the world. 

John 12:49
Literal: For I from Myself not spoke but the having sent Me Father Himself Me a commandment gave what I should say and I should speak
KJV: For  not  spoken  of  myself;  but  the Father  which sent  he  gave  a commandment,  what  I should say,  and  what  I should speak. 

John 13:9
Literal: Says to Him Simon Peter Lord not the feet of me only but also the hands and the head
KJV: Simon  Peter  saith  unto him,  Lord,  not  feet  only,  but  also  my hands  and  my head. 

John 13:10
Literal: Says to him - Jesus The [one] having been bathed not has need if not the feet to wash but is clean wholly and you all clean are not all
KJV: Jesus  saith  to him,  He that is washed  needeth  not  to wash  his feet,  but  clean  every whit:  and  clean,  but  not  all. 

John 13:18
Literal: Not about all of you I speak I know whom I chose but that the Scripture may be fulfilled The [one] eating of Me the bread lifted up against Me the heel of him
KJV: I speak  not  of  all:  know  I have chosen:  but  that  the scripture  may be fulfilled,  He that eateth  bread  hath lifted up  his  heel  against 

John 14:24
Literal: The [one] not loving Me the words of Me not does keep and the word that you hear not is Mine but of the having sent Father
KJV: He that loveth  not  keepeth  not  sayings:  and  the word  which  ye hear  not  mine,  but  the Father's  which  sent 

John 14:31
Literal: but that may know the world that I love the Father and as has commanded gives Me Father thus I do Rise up let us go from here
KJV: But  that  the world  may know  that  I love  the Father;  and  as  the Father  commandment,  even so  I do.  Arise,  let us go  hence. 

John 15:16
Literal: Not you Me chose but I chose you and appointed that should go fruit you should bear the fruit of you should remain so that whatever - you might ask the Father in the name of Me He may give you
KJV: not  chosen  but  have chosen  and  ordained  that  should go  and  bring forth  fruit,  and  fruit  should remain:  that  ye shall ask  of the Father  in  name,  he may give it 

John 15:19
Literal: If of the world you were the world - [as] its own would love [you] because however not you are but I chose you out of on account of this hates
KJV: If  of  the world,  would  love  his own:  but  because  not  of  the world,  but  have chosen  out of  the world,  hateth 

John 15:21
Literal: But these things all they will do against you on account of the name of Me because not they have known the [One] having sent Me
KJV: But  all  will they do  for  name's  because  they know  not  him that sent 

John 15:25
Literal: But [this is] that may be fulfilled the word - in the law of them having been written - They hated Me without cause
KJV: But  this cometh to pass, that  the word  might be fulfilled  that is written  in  their  law,  They hated  without a cause. 

John 16:2
Literal: Out of the synagogues they will put you but is coming an hour that everyone - having killed will think [it is] a service to offer - to God
KJV: They shall put  out of the synagogues:  yea,  the time  cometh,  that  whosoever  killeth  will think  that he doeth  God  service. 

John 16:4
Literal: But these things I have said to you so that when might have come the hour of them you may remember them that I said [them] now from [the] beginning not I said because with you I was
KJV: But  have I told  that  when  the time  shall come,  ye may remember  that  told  of them.  And  I said  not  at  the beginning,  because  with 

John 16:6
Literal: But because these things I have said to you - sorrow has filled your - heart
KJV: But  because  I have said  sorrow  hath filled  heart. 

John 16:7
Literal: But I the truth say to you it is profitable for you that should go away If for not I go away the Helper no not at all will come to you however I go I will send Him
KJV: Nevertheless  tell  the truth;  It is expedient  that  go away:  for  away,  the Comforter  not  come  unto  but  if  I depart,  I will send  him  unto 

John 16:12
Literal: Yet many things I have to you to say but not you are able to bear them now
KJV: I have  yet  many things  to say  but  ye cannot  bear them  now. 

John 16:13
Literal: When however shall come He the Spirit - of truth He will guide you into the truth all not for He will speak from Himself but whatever He may hear and the things coming He will declare to you
KJV: Howbeit  when  he,  the Spirit  of truth,  is come,  he will guide  all  truth:  for  not  speak  of  himself;  but  whatsoever  he shall hear,  that shall he speak:  and  he will shew  things to come. 

John 16:20
Literal: Truly I say to you that will weep and will lament you - but the world will rejoice will be grieved but the grief of you to joy will turn
KJV: Verily,  I say  That  shall weep  and  lament,  but  the world  shall rejoice:  and  shall be sorrowful,  but  sorrow  shall be turned  into  joy. 

John 16:25
Literal: These things in allegories I have spoken to you is coming an hour when no more I will speak but plainly concerning the Father I will report
KJV: have I spoken  in  proverbs:  but  the time  cometh,  when  no more  speak  in  proverbs,  but  plainly  of  the Father. 

John 16:33
Literal: These things I have spoken to you so that in Me peace you may have the world tribulation you have But take courage I have overcome the world
KJV: I have spoken  that  in  ye might have  peace.  In  the world  ye shall have  tribulation:  but  be of good cheer;  have overcome  the world. 

John 17:9
Literal: I concerning them am praying Not the world do I pray but those whom You have given Me for Yours they are
KJV: pray  for  them:  I pray  not  for  the world,  but  for  them which  thou hast given  for 

John 17:15
Literal: Not I do ask that You should take them out of the world but You should keep from - evil
KJV: I pray  not  that  thou shouldest take  them  out of  the world,  but  that  thou shouldest keep  them  from  the evil. 

John 17:20
Literal: Not for these however do I ask only but also those believing through the word of them in Me
KJV: Neither  pray I  for  alone,  but  for  them also  which shall believe  on  through  their  word; 

John 18:28
Literal: They are leading then - Jesus from - Caiaphas into the Praetorium It was now early and they not entered so that not they should be defiled but might eat Passover
KJV: Then  led they  Jesus  from  Caiaphas  unto  the hall of judgment:  and  and  they themselves  went  not  into  the judgment hall,  they should be defiled;  but  that  they might eat  the passover. 

John 18:40
Literal: They cried out then again saying Not this one but - Barabbas Was now - Barabbas an insurrectionist
KJV: Then  cried they  again,  saying,  Not  but  Barabbas.  Now  Barabbas  a robber. 

John 19:21
Literal: Were saying therefore - to Pilate the chief priests of the Jews Not write The King but that He said King I am of the Jews
KJV: Then  the chief priests  of the Jews  to Pilate,  Write  not,  The King  of the Jews;  but  that  he  said,  I am  King  of the Jews. 

John 19:24
Literal: They said therefore to one another Not let us tear up it but let us cast lots for it whose it will be that the Scripture might be fulfilled that said They divided the garments of Me among them and for the clothing they cast a lot The indeed soldiers these things did
KJV: They said  therefore  among  themselves,  not  rend  it,  but  cast lots  for  it,  whose  that  the scripture  might be fulfilled,  which  saith,  They parted  raiment  among them,  and  for  vesture  they did cast  lots.  therefore  the soldiers  did. 

John 19:34
Literal: But one of the soldiers with a spear His - side pierced and came out immediately blood water
KJV: But  one  of the soldiers  with a spear  pierced  his  side,  and  came there out  blood  and  water. 

John 20:7
Literal: and the soudarion which was upon the head of Him not with the linen cloths lying but by itself having been folded up in a place
KJV: And  the napkin,  that  about  his  head,  not  lying  with  the linen clothes,  but  wrapped together  in  a place  by itself. 

John 20:27
Literal: Then He says - to Thomas Bring the finger of you here and see the hands of Me the hand put [it] into side not be unbelieving but believing
KJV: Then  saith he  to Thomas,  Reach  hither  finger,  and  hands;  and  reach hither  hand,  and  thrust  it into  side:  and  be  not  faithless,  but  believing. 

John 21:8
Literal: - And the other disciples in the boat came not for were they far from the land but about away cubits two hundred dragging the net with the fish
KJV: And  the other  disciples  came  in a little ship;  (for  not  far  from  land,  but  as it were  two hundred  cubits,)  dragging  the net  with fishes. 

John 21:23
Literal: Went out therefore this - saying among the brothers that the disciple that not dies said however to him Jesus he dies but If him I desire to remain until I come what [is it] to you
KJV: Then  this  saying  abroad  among  the brethren,  that  that  disciple  not  die:  Jesus  said  not  unto him,  not  die;  but,  If  I will  that he  tarry  till  I come,  what  is that to 

Acts 1:4
Literal: And being assembled together He instructed them from Jerusalem not to depart but to await the promise of the Father That which you heard of Me
KJV: And,  being assembled together  with  them, commanded  them  not  depart  from  Jerusalem,  but  wait  for the promise  of the Father,  which,  saith he, ye have heard 

Acts 1:8
Literal: But you will receive power having come the Holy Spirit upon you and you will be for Me witnesses in both Jerusalem in all - Judea Samaria to [the] uttermost part of the earth
KJV: But  ye shall receive  power,  after that the Holy  Ghost  is come  upon  and  witnesses  both  in  Jerusalem,  and  in  all  Judaea,  and  in Samaria,  and  unto  the uttermost part  of the earth. 

Acts 2:16
Literal: but this is that having been spoken by the prophet Joel
KJV: But  that which was spoken  by  the prophet  Joel; 

Acts 4:17
Literal: But that not on further it might spread among the people let us warn them no longer to speak in the name this to no man
KJV: But  it spread  further  among  the people,  threaten  them,  that they speak  henceforth  to no  man  in  name. 

Acts 4:32
Literal: - And the multitude - having believed were [in] heart and soul one not one anything of that which possessed he claimed his own to be but were to them all things in common
KJV: And  the multitude  of them that believed  of one heart  and  soul:  neither  any  of them that ought  of the things which he  his own;  but  they  common. 

Acts 5:4
Literal: Not remaining to you did it remain And having been sold in the own authority it was Why - did you purpose heart of you the deed this Not you have lied to men but - to God
KJV: Whiles it remained,  was it not  and  after it was sold,  was it not  in  thine own  power?  why  hast thou conceived  thing  in  heart?  not  lied  unto men,  but  unto God. 

Acts 5:13
Literal: of the now rest no one dared to join them but were magnifying them the people
KJV: And  of the rest  durst  no man  join himself  to them:  but  the people  magnified  them. 

Acts 7:39
Literal: to whom not were willing obedient to be the fathers of us but thrust away and turned back in the hearts of them to Egypt
KJV: To whom  fathers  would  not  obey,  but  thrust him from them,  and  in their  hearts  turned back again  into  Egypt, 

Acts 7:48
Literal: Yet not the Most High in hand-made [houses] dwells As prophet says
KJV: Howbeit  the most High  dwelleth  not  in  made with hands;  as  saith  the prophet, 

Acts 9:6
Literal: But rise up and enter into the city it will be told you that what you it behooves to do
KJV: and  what  to do?  And  Arise,  and  go  into  the city,  and  it shall be told  what  must  do. 

Acts 10:20
Literal: But having risen go down and proceed with them nothing doubting because I have sent them
KJV: Arise  therefore,  and get thee down,  and  go  with  them,  doubting  nothing:  have sent  them. 

Acts 10:35
Literal: but in every nation the [one] fearing Him and working righteousness acceptable to Him is
KJV: But  in  every  nation  he that feareth  him,  and  worketh  righteousness,  accepted  with him. 

Acts 10:41
Literal: not to all the people but to [the] witnesses - having been chosen beforehand by - God to us who did eat with and drink with Him after - rising His out from [the] dead
KJV: Not  to all  the people,  but  unto witnesses  chosen before  of  God,  who  did eat  and  drink with  him  after  he  rose  from  the dead. 

Acts 13:25
Literal: While then was fulfilling John the course he was saying Whom me do you suppose to be Not am I [he] but behold He comes after of whom I am worthy a sandal of the feet to untie
KJV: And  as  John  fulfilled  his course,  Whom  think ye  am  not  he. But,  behold,  there cometh one  after  whose  shoes  of his feet  I am  not  worthy  to loose. 

Acts 15:11
Literal: But by the grace of [the] Lord Jesus we believe to be saved in [the] same manner [as] they also
KJV: But  we believe  that through  the grace  of the Lord  Jesus  we shall be saved,  even  as  they. 

Acts 15:20
Literal: but to write to them - to abstain from the pollutions of the idols and - sexual immorality that which is strangled from blood
KJV: But  that we write  unto them,  pollutions  of idols,  and  from fornication,  and  from things strangled,  and  from blood. 

Acts 16:37
Literal: - But Paul was saying to them Having beaten us publicly uncondemned men Romans being they cast [us] into prison and now secretly do they throw out No indeed Instead having come themselves let them bring out
KJV: But  Paul  said  unto  them,  They have beaten  openly  uncondemned,  being  Romans,  and have cast  us into  prison;  and  now  out  privily?  nay  verily;  but  let them come  themselves  out. 

Acts 18:9
Literal: Said now the Lord in [the] night through a vision - to Paul Not fear but continue speaking and be silent
KJV: Then  spake  the Lord  to Paul  in  the night  by  a vision,  not  afraid,  but  speak,  and  not  thy peace: 

Acts 18:21
Literal: but having taken leave and having said It behooves me by all means the feast - coming to keep at Jerusalem Again I will return to you - God willing he sailed from - Ephesus
KJV: But  farewell,  saying,  must  by all means  keep  this feast  that cometh  in  Jerusalem:  I will return  again  unto  if God  will.  And  he sailed  from  Ephesus. 

Acts 19:2
Literal: he said also to them If [the] Spirit Holy did you receive having believed - And [they said] him But not even that [a] Spirit Holy there is did we hear
KJV: He said  unto  them,  Have ye received  the Holy  Ghost  since ye believed?  And  they said  unto  him,  not so much as  heard  whether  Holy  Ghost. 

Acts 19:26
Literal: And you see hear that not only in Ephesus but almost all - of Asia - Paul this having persuaded [them] has turned away a great many people saying not they are gods - by hands being made
KJV: Moreover  ye see  and  hear,  that  not  alone  at Ephesus,  but  almost  throughout all  Asia,  this  Paul  hath persuaded  and turned away  much  people,  saying  that  no  gods,  which  are made  with  hands: 

Acts 19:27
Literal: Not only but this is endangered to us the business into disrepute to come but also of the great goddess Artemis temple for nothing to be reckoned to be and deposed the majesty of her whom all - Asia and the world worship
KJV: So  that not  only  craft  is in danger  to be set  at  nought;  but  also  that the temple  of the great  goddess  Diana  should be despised,  and  her  magnificence  should  be destroyed,  whom  all  Asia  and  the world  worshippeth. 

Acts 20:24
Literal: But not any account I make my life dear to myself so as to finish the course of me and the ministry that I received from the Lord Jesus to testify fully the gospel of the grace - of God
KJV: But  none  of these things  move me,  life  dear  unto myself,  so  that I might finish  course  and  the ministry,  which  I have received  of  the Lord  Jesus,  to testify  the gospel  of the grace  of God. 

Acts 21:13
Literal: Then answered - Paul What are you doing weeping and breaking my - heart I for not only to be bound but also to die at Jerusalem readiness have for the name of the Lord Jesus
KJV: Paul  answered,  What  mean ye  to weep  and  to break  heart?  for  am  ready  not  to be bound  only,  but  also  to die  at  Jerusalem  for  the name  of the Lord  Jesus. 

Acts 21:24
Literal: These [men] having taken be purified with them and bear expense for so that they will shave the head will know all that of which they have been informed about you nothing is but you walk orderly also yourself keeping the law
KJV: take,  and purify thyself  with  them,  and  be at charges  with  them,  that  they may shave  their heads:  and  all  may know  that those things,  whereof  they were informed  concerning  nothing;  but  that thou thyself  also  walkest orderly,  and keepest  the law. 

Acts 26:16
Literal: But rise up and stand on the feet of you for this purpose for I have appeared to you to appoint you a servant a witness of that which both you have seen of Me of the things in which then I will appear
KJV: But  rise,  and  stand  upon  feet:  for  for  to make  a minister  and  a witness  both  of these things which  and  of those things in the which 

Acts 26:20
Literal: but to those in Damascus first both and Jerusalem all and the region - of Judea to the Gentiles I kept declaring to repent to turn to - God worthy of repentance works doing
KJV: But  shewed  first  unto them of  Damascus,  and  at Jerusalem,  and  all  the coasts  of Judaea,  and  then to the Gentiles,  that they should repent  and  turn  to  God,  and do  works  meet  for repentance. 

Acts 26:25
Literal: - But Paul Not I am insane says most excellent Festus but of truth and sobriety words I utter
KJV: But  he said,  not  mad,  most noble  Festus;  but  speak forth  the words  of truth  and  soberness. 

Acts 26:29
Literal: - And Paul [said] I would wish - - to God both in a little and much not only you but also all those hearing me this day to become such as I am except the chains these
KJV: And  Paul  I would  to God,  that not  only  but  also  all  that hear  this day,  were  both  almost,  and  altogether  such  as  I am,  except  bonds. 

Acts 27:10
Literal: saying to them Men I understand that with disaster and much loss not only of the cargo ship but also the lives of us is about to be the voyage
KJV: And said  unto them,  Sirs,  I perceive  that  this voyage  will be  with  hurt  and  much  damage,  not  only  and  ship,  but  also  lives. 

Romans 1:21
Literal: For having known - God not as they glorified [Him] or were thankful but they became futile in the thinking of them and was darkened the foolish heart
KJV: Because  that, when they knew  God,  they glorified  him not  as  God,  neither  were thankful;  but  became vain  in  their  imaginations,  and  their  foolish  heart  was darkened. 

Romans 1:32
Literal: who the righteous decree - of God having known that those such things doing worthy of death are not only them are practicing but also are approving of those practicing [them]
KJV: Who  knowing  the judgment  of God,  that  they which commit  such things  worthy  of death,  not  only  do  the same,  but  have pleasure  in them that do 

Romans 2:13
Literal: not for the hearers of [the] law [are] righteous with - God but doers of [the] law will be justified
KJV: (For  not  the hearers  of the law  are just  before  God,  but  the doers  of the law  shall be justified. 

Romans 2:29
Literal: but he who [is] on the inward a Jew [is one] and circumcision [is] of heart in spirit not in letter of whom the praise [is] not of men of - God
KJV: But  he is a Jew,  which is one inwardly;  and  circumcision  is that of the heart,  in  the spirit,  and not  in the letter;  whose  praise  is not  of  men,  but  of  God. 

Romans 3:27
Literal: Where then [is] the boasting It has been excluded Through what principle That of works No but [the] principle of faith
KJV: Where  is boasting  then?  It is excluded.  By  what  law?  of works?  Nay:  but  by  the law  of faith. 

Romans 3:31
Literal: Law then do we nullify through - faith Never may it be Instead we uphold
KJV: then  make void  the law  through  faith?  God forbid:  yea,  we establish  the law. 

Romans 4:2
Literal: If for Abraham by works was justified he has ground of boasting but not toward God
KJV: For  if  Abraham  were justified  by  works,  he hath  whereof to glory;  but  not  before  God. 

Romans 4:4
Literal: To the [one] now working the reward not is reckoned according to grace but debt
KJV: Now  to him that worketh  the reward  not  reckoned  of  grace,  but  of  debt. 

Romans 4:10
Literal: How then was it credited In circumcision being or uncircumcision Not but
KJV: How  then  reckoned?  in  circumcision,  or  in  uncircumcision?  Not  in  circumcision,  but  in  uncircumcision. 

Romans 4:12
Literal: and father of circumcision to those not of circumcision only but also walking in the steps of the during uncircumcision faith of the father of us Abraham
KJV: And  the father  of circumcision  to them who are not  of  the circumcision  only,  but  who also  walk  in the steps  of that faith  father  Abraham,  which he had being  yet uncircumcised. 

Romans 4:13
Literal: Not for through [the] Law the promise [was] - to Abraham or the descendants of him that heir he should be [of the] world but [the] righteousness of faith
KJV: For  the promise,  the  heir  of the world,  was not  to Abraham,  or  to his  seed,  through  the law,  but  through  the righteousness  of faith. 

Romans 4:16
Literal: Therefore it [is] of faith that [it may be] according to grace for - to be sure the promise to all the seed not to that the law only but also of [the] of Abraham who is [the] father of all of us
KJV: Therefore  it is of  faith,  that  it might be by  grace;  to the end  the promise  sure  to all  the seed;  not  to that only  which is of  the law,  but  to that also  which is of  the faith  of Abraham;  who  the father  all, 

Romans 4:20
Literal: At however the promise - of God not he did waver - through unbelief but was strengthened in faith having given glory - to God
KJV: He staggered  not  at  the promise  of God  through unbelief;  but  was strong  in faith,  giving  glory  to God; 

Romans 4:24
Literal: but also on account of us to whom it is about to be credited to those believing on the [One] having raised Jesus the Lord of us out from [the] dead
KJV: But  for  also,  to whom  it shall be  imputed,  if we believe  on  him that raised up  Jesus  Lord  from  the dead; 

Romans 5:3
Literal: Not only [so] now but also we glory in - tribulations knowing that - tribulation perseverance produces
KJV: And  not  only  so, but  we glory  in  tribulations  also:  knowing  that  tribulation  worketh  patience; 

Romans 5:11
Literal: Not only [so] now but also we are rejoicing in - God through the Lord of us Jesus Christ through whom now the reconciliation we have received
KJV: And  not  only  so, but  we also  joy  in  God  through  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  by  whom  now  received  the atonement. 

Romans 5:14
Literal: Nevertheless reigned - death from Adam until Moses even over those not having sinned in the likeness of the transgression of Adam who is a type of the coming [One]
KJV: Nevertheless  death  reigned  from  Adam  to  Moses,  even  over  not  sinned  after  the similitude  of Adam's  transgression,  who  the figure  of him that was to come. 

Romans 5:15
Literal: But [is] not like the trespass so also gift If for by the of the one trespass the many died how much more the grace - of God and gift in grace which [is] man Jesus Christ to the many did abound
KJV: But  not  as  the offence,  so  also  is the free gift.  For  if  through the offence  of one  many  be dead,  much  more  the grace  of God,  and  the gift  by  grace,  which is  by one  man,  Jesus  Christ,  hath abounded  unto  many. 

Romans 6:5