Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 2424

Word info for Ἰησοῦς

Root: Ἰησοῦς
Strongs Number: 2424
Transliteration: [Iesous]
Phonetics: ee·ay·sooce
Etymology: Of Hebrew origin 3091
Parts of Speech: n pr m.
Twot:
Sense: Joshua was the famous captain of the Israelites, Moses’ successor (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:


   1 Joshua was the famous captain of the Israelites, Moses’ successor.
   2 Jesus, son of Eliezer, one of the ancestors of Christ.
   3 Jesus, the Son of God, the Saviour of mankind, God incarnate.
   4 Jesus Barabbas was the captive robber whom the Jews begged Pilate to release instead of Christ.
   5 Jesus, surnamed Justus, a Jewish Christian, an associate with Paul in the preaching of the gospel.
   Additional Information: Jesus = “Jehovah is salvation”.
   

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G2424

Ἰησοῦ, Ἰησοῦς, Ἰησοῦν, Ἰησοῦς», ‹Ἰησοῦν›, ‹Ἰησοῦν, ΙΗΣΟΥΣ, [Ἰησοῦς], Ἰησοῦς〉, Ἰησοῦ», [Ἰησοῦ], (Ἰησοῦ)

All words for strongs number G2424 :

Word Occurance
Ἰησοῦς 445
Ἰησοῦ 305
Ἰησοῦν 119
ΙΗΣΟΥΣ 4
Ἰησοῦς» 2
Ἰησοῦ» 2
[Ἰησοῦ] 2
‹Ἰησοῦν› 1
‹Ἰησοῦν 1
[Ἰησοῦς] 1
Ἰησοῦς〉 1
(Ἰησοῦ) 1

How strongs number G2424 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
jesus 799
of jesus 61
to jesus 15
from jesus 3
joshua 2
of joshua 1
[is] jesus 1
[of] jesus 1
jesus [was] 1

Two strong number together

G2424 G846
G2424 G3767

Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 3:13 Then cometh Jesus [τοτε παραγινεται ο Ιησους]
The same historical present used in Matthew 3:1. He comes all the way from Galilee to Jordan “to be baptized by him” The genitive articular infinitive of purpose, a very common idiom. The fame of John had reached Nazareth and the hour has come for which Jesus has waited. [source]
Matthew 4:17 Began Jesus to preach [ηρχατο ο Ιησους κηρυσσειν]
In Galilee. He had been preaching for over a year already elsewhere. His message carries on the words of the Baptist about “repentance” and the “kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 3:2) being at hand. The same word for “preaching” (κηρυσσειν — kērussein) from κηρυχ — kērux herald, is used of Jesus as of John. Both proclaimed the good news of the kingdom. Jesus is more usually described as the Teacher, (ο διδασκαλος — ho didaskalos) who taught (εδιδασκεν — edidasken) the people. He was both herald and teacher as every preacher should be. [source]
Matthew 9:35 And Jesus went about [και περιηγεν ο Ιησους]
Imperfect tense descriptive of this third tour of all Galilee. [source]
Matthew 10:5 These twelve Jesus sent forth [τουτους τους δωδεκα απεστειλεν ο Ιησους]
The word “sent forth” (απεστειλεν — apesteilen) is the same root as “apostles.” The same word reappears in Matthew 10:16. [source]
Matthew 17:25 Jesus spake first to him [προεπτασεν αυτον ο Ιησους λεγων]
Here only in the N.T. One example in a papyrus b.c. 161 (Moulton and Milligan, Vocabulary). The old idiomatic use of πτανω — phthanō with the participle survives in this example of προπτανω — prophthanō in Matthew 17:25, meaning to anticipate, to get before one in doing a thing. The Koiné uses the infinitive thus with πτανω — phthanō which has come to mean simply to arrive. Here the anticipation is made plain by the use of προ — prȯ See Robertson‘s Grammar, p. 1120. The “prevent” of the Authorized Version was the original idea of praevenire, to go before, to anticipate. Peter felt obliged to take the matter up with Jesus. But the Master had observed what was going on and spoke to Peter first. [source]
Matthew 20:30 That Jesus was passing by [οτι Ιησους παραγει]
These men “were sitting by the wayside” It was their one opportunity, now or never. They had heard of what he had done for other blind men. They hail him as “the son of David” (the Messiah). It is just one of many such incidents when Jesus stood still and opened their eyes, so many that even the multitude was impatient with the cries of these poor men that their eyes be opened (ανοιγωσιν — anoigōsin second aorist passive subjunctive). [source]
Matthew 27:11 Now Jesus stood before the governor [ο δε Ιησους εστατη εμπροστεν του ηγεμονος]
Here is one of the dramatic episodes of history. Jesus stood face to face with the Roman governor. The verb εστατη — estathē not εστη — estē (second aorist active), is first aorist passive and can mean “was placed” there, but he stood, not sat. The term ηγεμων — hēgemōn (from ηγεομαι — hēgeomai to lead) was technically a legatus Caesaris, an officer of the Emperor, more exactly procurator, ruler under the Emperor of a less important province than propraetor (as over Syria). The senatorial provinces like Achaia were governed by proconsuls. Pilate represented Roman law. [source]
Matthew 28:9 Jesus met them [Ιησους υπηντησεν αυταις]
Came suddenly face to face Cf. Matthew 8:34; Matthew 24:1-6. Probably the lost portion of Mark‘s Gospel contained the story of this meeting with Jesus which changed their fears into joy and peace. His greeting was the ordinary “Hail” They fell at his feet and held them in reverence while they worshipped him. Jesus allowed this act of worship though he forbade eager handling of his body by Mary Magdalene (John 20:17). It was a great moment of faith and cheer. [source]
Mark 1:14 Jesus came into Galilee [ηλτεν ο Ιησους εις την Γαλιλαιαν]
Here Mark begins the narrative of the active ministry of Jesus and he is followed by Matthew and Luke. Mark undoubtedly follows the preaching of Peter. But for the Fourth Gospel we should not know of the year of work in various parts of the land (Perea, Galilee, Judea, Samaria) preceding the Galilean ministry. John supplements the Synoptic Gospels at this point as often. The arrest of John had much to do with the departure of Jesus from Judea to Galilee (John 4:1-4). [source]
Luke 2:21 His name was called Jesus [και εκλητη το ονομα αυτου Ιησους]
The και — kai is left untranslated or has the sense of “then” in the apodosis. The naming was a part of the ceremony of circumcision as is shown also in the case of John the Baptist (Luke 1:59-66). [source]
Luke 2:43 The boy, Jesus [Ιησους ο παις]
More exactly, “Jesus the boy.” In Luke 2:40 it was “the child “ It was not disobedience on the part of “the boy” that made him remain behind, but intense interest in the services of the temple; “involuntary preoccupation” (Bruce) held him fast. [source]
Luke 3:23 Jesus Himself [αυτος Ιησους]
Emphatic intensive pronoun calling attention to the personality of Jesus at this juncture. When he entered upon his Messianic work. [source]
Luke 24:15 Jesus himself [αυτος Ιησους]
In actual person.Went with them (συνεπορευετο αυτοις — suneporeueto autois). Imperfect middle, was going along with them. [source]
John 2:2 Jesus also was bidden [εκλητη και ο Ιησους]
First aorist passive indicative of καλεω — kaleō “was also invited” as well as his mother and because of her presence, possibly at her suggestion. And his disciples Included in the invitation and probably all of them acquaintances of the family. See note on John 1:35 for this word applied to John‘s followers. This group of six already won form the nucleus of the great host of “learners” through the ages who will follow Jesus as Teacher and Lord and Saviour. The term is sometimes restricted to the twelve apostles, but more often has a wider circle in view as in John 6:61, John 6:66; John 20:30. [source]
John 2:11 This beginning of his signs did Jesus [ταυτην εποιησεν αρχην των σημειων ο Ιησους]
Rather, “this Jesus did as a beginning of his signs,” for there is no article between ταυτην — tautēn and αρχην — archēn “We have now passed from the ‹witness‘ of the Baptist to the ‹witness‘ of the works of Jesus” (Bernard). This is John‘s favourite word “signs” rather than wonders He selects eight in his Gospel by which to prove the deity of Christ (John 20:30) of which this is the first. Manifested his glory First aorist (effective) active indicative of πανεροω — phaneroō that glory of which John spoke in John 1:14. Believed on him First aorist active indicative of πιστευω — pisteuō to believe, to put trust in, so common in John. These six disciples (learners) had already believed in Jesus as the Messiah (1:35-51). Now their faith was greatly strengthened. So it will be all through this Gospel. Jesus will increasingly reveal himself while the disciples will grow in knowledge and trust and the Jews will become increasingly hostile till the culmination. [source]
John 2:24 But Jesus did not trust himself to them [αυτος δε Ιησους ουκ επιστευεν αυτον αυτοις]
“But Jesus himself kept on refusing (negative imperfect) to trust himself to them.” The double use of πιστευω — pisteuō here is shown by Acts 8:13 where Simon Magus “believed” Causal use of δια — dia and the accusative case of the articular infinitive το γινωσκειν — to ginōskein (because of the knowing) with the object of the infinitive (παντας — pantas all men) and the accusative of general reference (αυτον — auton as to himself). [source]
John 4:2 Although Jesus himself baptized not, but his disciples [καιτοιγε Ιησους αυτος ουκ εβαπτιζεν αλλ οι ματηται αυτου]
Parenthetical explanation that applies also to John 3:22. Imperfect tense means that it was not the habit of Jesus. This is the only N.T. instance of καιτοιγε — kaitoige (and yet indeed), compound conjunction It is possible that Jesus stopped the baptizing because of the excitement and the issue raised about his Messianic claims till after his resurrection when he enjoined it upon his disciples as a rite of public enlistment in his service. [source]
John 4:44 For Jesus himself testified [αυτος γαρ Ιησους εμαρτυρησεν]
John‘s explanation of the conduct of Jesus by quoting a proverb often used by Jesus (Mark 6:4; Matthew 13:57; Luke 4:24 in reference to Nazareth), but not necessarily used by Jesus on this occasion. A similar proverb has been found in Plutarch, Pliny, Seneca. A prophet hath no honour in his own country What is meant by πατριδι — patridi In the Synoptics (Luke 4:24; Mark 6:4; Matthew 13:57) the reference is to Nazareth where he was twice rejected. But what has John in mind in quoting it here? He probably knew the quotations in the Synoptics. Does John refer to Judea by “his own country”? If so, the application hardly fits for he had already explained that Jesus was leaving Judea because he was too popular there (John 4:1-3). If he means Galilee, he immediately mentions the cordial welcome accorded Jesus there (John 4:45). But even so this is probably John‘s meaning for he is speaking of the motive of Jesus in going into Galilee where he had not yet laboured and where he apparently had no such fame as in Judea and now in Samaria. [source]
John 8:1 But Jesus went [Ιησους δε επορευτη]
Same deponent use of πορευομαι — poreuomai as in John 7:53 and in contrast to the Sanhedrin‘s conduct, though it seems “pointless” (Dods). Apparently Jesus was lodging in the home of Mary, Martha, and Lazarus. [source]
John 9:11 The man that is called Jesus [ο αντρωπος ο λεγομενος Ιησους]
He does not yet know Jesus as the Messiah the Son of God (John 9:36). I received sight First aorist active indicative of αναβλεπω — anablepō old verb to see again, to recover sight, not strictly true of this man who had never seen. He got back sight that he had never had. Originally the verb means to look up (Matthew 14:19). [source]
John 11:20 That Jesus was coming [οτι Ιησους ερχεται]
Present middle indicative retained in indirect discourse after the secondary tense ηκουσεν — ēkousen (first aorist active). Went and met him First aorist (ingressive) active indicative of υπανταω — hupantaō old compound verb, to go to meet (Matthew 8:28) with the associative instrumental case αυτωι — autōi But Mary still sat in the house Imperfect middle of κατεζομαι — kathezomai old verb to sit down, graphic picture of Mary, “while Mary was sitting in the house.” Both Martha and Mary act true to form here as in Luke 10:38-42. [source]
John 11:30 Now Jesus was not yet come into the town [ουπω δε εληλυτει ο Ιησους εις την κωμην]
Explanatory parenthesis with past perfect as in John 11:19. Martha had her interview while he was still coming (John 11:20) and left him (went off, απηλτεν — apēlthen John 11:28) to hurry to Mary with the news. Why Jesus tarried still where he had met Martha we do not know. Westcott says, “as though He would meet the sisters away from the crowd of mourners.” [source]
John 11:33 When Jesus therefore saw her weeping [Ιησους ουν ως ειδεν αυτην κλαιουσαν]
Proleptic position of “Jesus,” “Jesus therefore when he saw.” She was weeping at the feet of Jesus, not at the tomb. And the Jews also weeping Mary‘s weeping was genuine, that of the Jews was partly perfunctory and professional and probably actual “wailing” as the verb κλαιω — klaiō can mean. Κλαιω — Klaiō is joined with αλαλαζω — alalazō in Mark 5:38, with ολολυζω — ololuzō in James 5:1, with τορυβεω — thorubeō in Mark 5:39, with πεντεω — pentheō in Mark 16:10. It was an incongruous combination. He groaned in the spirit First aorist middle indicative of εμβριμαομαι — embrimaomai old verb (from εν — en and βριμη — brimē strength) to snort with anger like a horse. It occurs in the lxx (Dan 11:30) for violent displeasure. The notion of indignation is present in the other examples of the word in the N.T. (Mark 1:43; Mark 14:5; Matthew 9:30). So it seems best to see that sense here and in John 11:38. The presence of these Jews, the grief of Mary, Christ‘s own concern, the problem of the raising of Lazarus - all greatly agitated the spirit of Jesus (locative case τωι πνευματι — tōi pneumati). He struggled for self-control. Was troubled First aorist active indicative of ταρασσω — tarassō old verb to disturb, to agitate, with the reflexive pronoun, “he agitated himself” (not passive voice, not middle). “His sympathy with the weeping sister and the wailing crowd caused this deep emotion” (Dods). Some indignation at the loud wailing would only add to the agitation of Jesus. [source]
John 11:35 Jesus wept [εδακρυσεν ο Ιησους]
Ingressive first aorist active indicative of δακρυω — dakruō old verb from δακρυ — dakru or δακρυον — dakruon a tear (Acts 20:19), only here in N.T. It never means to wail, as κλαιω — klaiō sometimes does. “Jesus burst into tears.” Κλαιω — Klaiō is used of Jesus in Luke 19:41. See Hebrews 5:7 “with strong crying and tears” Apparently this was as Jesus started towards (see John 11:38) the tomb. In a sense it was a reaction from the severe strain in John 11:33, but chiefly it was the sheer human sympathy of his heart with Martha and Mary touched with the feeling of our common weakness (Hebrews 4:15). Often all that we can do is to shed tears in grief too deep for words. Jesus understood and understands. This is the shortest verse in the Bible, but no verse carries more meaning in it. [source]
John 12:1 Jesus therefore [Ιησους ουν]
Here ουν — oun is not causal, but simply copulative and transitional, “and so” (Bernard), as often in John (John 1:22, etc.). Six days before the passover This idiom, transposition of προ — pro is like the Latin use of ante, but it occurs in the old Doric, in the inscriptions and the papyri. See Amos 1:1 for it also (cf. Moulton, Proleg., pp. 100ff.; Robertson, Grammar, pp. 621f.). If the crucifixion was on Friday, as seems certain from both John and the Synoptics, then six days before would be the Jewish Sabbath preceding or more probably the Friday afternoon before, since Jesus would most likely arrive before the Sabbath. Probably we are to put together in one scene for the atmosphere John 11:55-57; John 12:1, John 12:9-11. Came to Bethany, where Lazarus was, whom Jesus raised from the dead Each phrase explains the preceding. There is no reason for thinking this a gloss as Bernard does. It was a place of danger now after that great miracle and the consequent rage of the Sanhedrin (John 12:9-11). The crowd of eager spectators to see both Lazarus and Jesus would only intensify this rage. [source]
John 16:19 Jesus perceived [εγνω Ιησους]
Second aorist active indicative of γινωσκω — ginōskō That they were desirous to ask him Imperfect active tense of τελω — thelō in indirect discourse instead of the retention of the present τελουσιν — thelousin (the usual idiom), just like our English. Their embarrassment was manifest after four inquiries already (Peter, Thomas, Philip, Judas). So Jesus takes the initiative. [source]
Acts 1:11 This Jesus [ουτος ο Ιησους]
Qui vobis fuit eritque semper Jesus, id esto4, Salvator (Corn. a Lapide). The personal name assures them that Jesus will always be in heaven a personal friend and divine Saviour (Knowling). [source]
Acts 6:14 This Jesus of Nazareth [Ιησους ο Ναζωραιος ουτος]
With contempt. [source]
Acts 9:17 The Lord, even Jesus [ο κυριοσ Ιησους]
Undoubted use of ο οπτεις — kurios as Lord and applied to Jesus. [source]
Acts 17:3 This Jesus is the Christ [ουτος εστιν ο Χριστοσ ο Ιησους]
More precisely, “This is the Messiah, viz., Jesus whom I am proclaiming unto you.” This is the conclusion of Paul‘s line of argument and it is logical and overwhelming. It is his method everywhere as in Damascus, in Antioch in Pisidia, here, in Corinth. He spoke as an eye-witness. [source]
1 Corinthians 3:11 Than that which is laid, which is Christ Jesus [παρα τον κειμενον ος εστιν Ιησους Χριστος]
Literally, “alongside Paul scouts the suggestion that one even in the interest of so-called “new thought” will dare to lay beside Jesus another foundation for religion. And yet I have seen an article by a professor in a theological seminary in which he advocates regarding Jesus as a landmark, not as a goal, not as a foundation. Clearly Paul means that on this one true foundation, Jesus Christ, one must build only what is in full harmony with the Foundation which is Jesus Christ. If one accuses Paul of narrowness, it can be replied that the architect has to be narrow in the sense of building here and not there. A broad foundation will be too thin and unstable for a solid and abiding structure. It can be said also that Paul is here merely repeating the claim of Jesus himself on this very subject when he quoted Psalm 118:22. to the members of the Sanhedrin who challenged his authority (Mark 11:10.; Matthew 21:42-45; Luke 20:17.). Apostles and prophets go into this temple of God, but Christ Jesus is the chief corner stone All believers are living stones in this temple (1 Peter 2:5). But there is only one foundation possible. [source]
1 Corinthians 12:3 Jesus is anathema [ανατεμα Ιησους]
On distinction between ανατεμα — anathema (curse) and ανατημα — anathēma (offering, Luke 21:5) see discussion. In lxx ανατημα — anathēma means a thing devoted to God without being redeemed, doomed to destruction (Leviticus 27:28f.; Joshua 6:17; 7:12). See note on 1 Corinthians 16:22; note. on Galatians 1:8; note on Romans 9:3. This blasphemous language against Jesus was mainly by the Jews (Acts 13:45; Acts 18:6). It is even possible that Paul had once tried to make Christians say Ανατεμα Ιησους — Anathema Iēsous (Acts 26:11). [source]
1 Corinthians 12:3 Jesus is Lord [Κυριος Ιησους]
The term Κυριος — Kurios as we have seen, is common in the lxx for God. The Romans used it freely for the emperor in the emperor worship. “Most important of all is the early establishment of a polemical parallelism between the cult of Christ and the cult of Caesar in the application of the term Κυριος — Kurios ‹lord.‘The new texts have here furnished quite astonishing revelations” (Deissmann, Light from the Ancient East, p. 349). Inscriptions, ostraca, papyri apply the term to Roman emperors, particularly to Nero when Paul wrote this very letter (ib., p. 353f.): “One with ‹Nero Kurios‘ quite in the manner of a formula (without article, like the ‹Kurios Jesus‘ in 1 Corinthians 12:3.” “The battle-cries of the spirits of error and of truth contending at Corinth” (Findlay). One is reminded of the demand made by Polycarp that he say Κυριος Χαεσαρ — Kurios Caesar and how each time he replied Κυριος Ιησους — Kurios Iēsous He paid the penalty for his loyalty with his life. Lighthearted men today can say “Lord Jesus” in a flippant or even in an irreverent way, but no Jew or Gentile then said it who did not mean it. [source]
Galatians 3:1 Before whose eyes Jesus Christ was openly set forth crucified [οις κατ οπταλμους Ιησους Χριστος προεγραπη εσταυρωμενος]
Literally, “to whom before your very eyes Jesus Christ was portrayed as crucified.” Second aorist passive indicative of προγραπω — prographō old verb to write beforehand, to set forth by public proclamation, to placard, to post up. This last idea is found in several papyri (Moulton and Milligan‘s Vocabulary) as in the case of a father who posted a proclamation that he would no longer be responsible for his son‘s debts. Γραπω — Graphō was sometimes used in the sense of painting, but no example of προγραπω — prographō with this meaning has been found unless this is one. With that idea it would be to portray, to picture forth, a rendering not very different from placarding. The foolish Galatians were without excuse when they fell under the spell of the Judaizer. Εσταυρωμενος — Estaurōmenos is perfect passive participle of σταυροω — stauroō the common verb to crucify (from σταυρος — stauros stake, cross), to put on the cross (Matthew 20:19), same form as in 1 Corinthians 2:2. [source]
Colossians 4:11 Jesus which is called Justus [Ιησους ο λεγομενος Ιουστος]
Another illustration of the frequency of the name Jesus (Joshua). The surname Justus is the Latin Justus for the Greek Δικαιος — Dikaios and the Hebrew Zadok and very common as a surname among the Jews. The name appears for two others in the N.T. (Acts 1:23; Acts 18:7). [source]
1 Thessalonians 3:11 And our Lord Jesus [και ο Κυριος ημων Ιησους]
Separate article here with Ιησους — Iēsous In Titus 2:13; 2 Peter 1:1 only one article (not two) treating “our God and Saviour Jesus Christ” as one just like “our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ” in 2 Peter 1:11; 2 Peter 2:20; 2 Peter 3:18. Direct our way (κατευτυναι την οδον ημων — kateuthunai tēn hodon hēmōn). First aorist optative (acute accent on penult, not circumflex first aorist active infinitive) of κατευτυνω — kateuthunō old verb to make straight path. Singular verb also, though both God and Christ mentioned as subject (unity in the Godhead). Apart from μη γενοιτο — mē genoito (may it not come to pass) the optative in a wish of the third person is found in N.T. only in 1 Thessalonians 3:11, 1 Thessalonians 3:12; 1 Thessalonians 5:23; 2 Thessalonians 2:17; 2 Thessalonians 3:5, 2 Thessalonians 3:16; Romans 15:5, Romans 15:13. [source]
2 Thessalonians 2:8 Whom the Lord [Jesus] shall slay [ον ο κυριος Ιησουσ ανελει]
Whether Jesus is genuine or not, he is meant by Lord. Ανελει — Anelei is a late future from αναιρεω — anaireō in place of αναιρησει — anairēsei Paul uses Isaiah 11:4 (combining by the word of his mouth with in breath through lips) to picture the triumph of Christ over this adversary. It is a powerful picture how the mere breath of the Lord will destroy this arch-enemy (Milligan). And bring to naught by the manifestation of his coming (και καταργησει τηι επιπανειαι της παρουσιας αυτου — kai katargēsei tēi epiphaneiāi tēs parousias autou). This verb καταργεω — katargeō (κατα αργος — kataεπιπανεια — argos) to render useless, rare in ancient Greek, appears 25 times in Paul and has a variety of renderings. In the papyri it has a weakened sense of hinder. It will be a grand fiasco, this advent of the man of sin. Paul here uses both επιπανψ — epiphaneia (παρουσια — epiphany elsewhere in N.T. in the Pastorals, familiar to the Greek mind for a visit of a god) and parousia (more familiar to the Jewish mind, but common in the papyri) of the second coming of Christ. “The apparition of Jesus heralds his doom” (Moffatt). The mere appearance of Christ destroys the adversary (Vincent). [source]
Hebrews 4:8 Joshua [Ιησους]
The Greek form is Jesus. Condition of the second class (determined as unfulfilled) with ει — ei and aorist indicative in the condition and αν — an with the imperfect in the conclusion. He would not have spoken Wrong translation, “he would not speak” (be speaking), in the passage in David. Imperfect tense, not aorist. [source]
Hebrews 13:8 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today, yea and forever [Ιησους Χριστος εχτες και σημερον ο αυτος και εις τους αιωνας]
There is no copula in the Greek. Vincent insists that εστιν — estin be supplied between Ιησους — Iēsous and Χριστος — Christos “Jesus is Christ,” but it more naturally comes after Χριστος — Christos as the Revised Version has it. The old adverb εχτες — echthes is rare in the N.T. (John 4:52; Acts 7:28; Hebrews 13:8). Here it refers to the days of Christ‘s flesh (Hebrews 2:3; Hebrews 5:7) and to the recent work of the leaders (Hebrews 13:7). “Today” Hence the peril of apostasy from the only hope of man. [source]
Hebrews 13:12 Wherefore Jesus also [διο και Ιησους]
The parallel is drawn between the O.T. ritual and the better sacrifice of Jesus already discussed (9:13-10:18). The purpose of Jesus is shown (ινα αγιασηι — hina hagiasēi ινα — hina and the first aorist active subjunctive of αγιαζω — hagiazō to sanctify), the means employed (δια του ιδιου αιματος — dia tou idiou haimatos by his own blood), the place of his suffering (επατεν — epathen as in Hebrews 5:8) is also given (εχω της πυλης — exō tēs pulēs outside the gate, implied in John 19:17) which phrase corresponds to “outside the camp” of Hebrews 13:11. [source]
1 John 2:22 That denieth that Jesus is the Christ [ο αρνουμενος οτι Ιησους ουκ εστιν ο Χριστος]
Common Greek idiom for ουκ — ouk to appear after αρνεομαι — arneomai like redundant μη — mē in Luke 20:27; Hebrews 12:19. The old Latin retains non here as old English did (Shakespeare, Comedy of Errors IV. ii. 7, “He denied you had in him no right”). The Cerinthian Gnostics denied the identity of the man Jesus and Christ (an αεον — aeon they held) like the modern Jesus or Christ controversy. [source]
1 John 5:1 That Jesus is the Christ [οτι Ιησους εστιν ο Χριστος]
The Cerinthian antichrist denies the identity of Jesus and Christ (1 John 2:22). Hence John insists on this form of faith Nothing less will satisfy John, not merely intellectual conviction, but full surrender to Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. “The Divine Begetting is the antecedent, not the consequent of the believing” (Law). For “is begotten of God” (εκ του τεου γεγεννηται — ek tou theou gegennētai) see 1 John 2:29; 1 John 3:9; 1 John 4:7; 1 John 5:4, 1 John 5:18. John appeals here to family relationship and family love. [source]
1 John 5:5 Jesus is the Son of God [Ιησους εστιν ο υιος του τεου]
As in 1 John 5:1 save that here ο υιος του τεου — ho huios tou theou in place of Χριστος — Christos and see both in 1 John 2:22. Here there is sharp antithesis between “Jesus” (humanity) and “the Son of God” (deity) united in the one personality. [source]
Revelation 22:16 I Jesus [Εγω Ιησους]
The last and most solemn attestation to the book that from Jesus (the historic Jesus known to the churches), in harmony with Revelation 1:1. [source]

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1 Corinthians 12:3 Jesus is anathema [ανατεμα Ιησους]
On distinction between ανατεμα — anathema (curse) and ανατημα — anathēma (offering, Luke 21:5) see discussion. In lxx ανατημα — anathēma means a thing devoted to God without being redeemed, doomed to destruction (Leviticus 27:28f.; Joshua 6:17; 7:12). See note on 1 Corinthians 16:22; note. on Galatians 1:8; note on Romans 9:3. This blasphemous language against Jesus was mainly by the Jews (Acts 13:45; Acts 18:6). It is even possible that Paul had once tried to make Christians say Ανατεμα Ιησους — Anathema Iēsous (Acts 26:11). [source]
1 Corinthians 12:3 Jesus is Lord [Κυριος Ιησους]
The term Κυριος — Kurios as we have seen, is common in the lxx for God. The Romans used it freely for the emperor in the emperor worship. “Most important of all is the early establishment of a polemical parallelism between the cult of Christ and the cult of Caesar in the application of the term Κυριος — Kurios ‹lord.‘The new texts have here furnished quite astonishing revelations” (Deissmann, Light from the Ancient East, p. 349). Inscriptions, ostraca, papyri apply the term to Roman emperors, particularly to Nero when Paul wrote this very letter (ib., p. 353f.): “One with ‹Nero Kurios‘ quite in the manner of a formula (without article, like the ‹Kurios Jesus‘ in 1 Corinthians 12:3.” “The battle-cries of the spirits of error and of truth contending at Corinth” (Findlay). One is reminded of the demand made by Polycarp that he say Κυριος Χαεσαρ — Kurios Caesar and how each time he replied Κυριος Ιησους — Kurios Iēsous He paid the penalty for his loyalty with his life. Lighthearted men today can say “Lord Jesus” in a flippant or even in an irreverent way, but no Jew or Gentile then said it who did not mean it. [source]
1 Thessalonians 3:11 And our Lord Jesus [και ο Κυριος ημων Ιησους]
Separate article here with Ιησους — Iēsous In Titus 2:13; 2 Peter 1:1 only one article (not two) treating “our God and Saviour Jesus Christ” as one just like “our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ” in 2 Peter 1:11; 2 Peter 2:20; 2 Peter 3:18. Direct our way (κατευτυναι την οδον ημων — kateuthunai tēn hodon hēmōn). First aorist optative (acute accent on penult, not circumflex first aorist active infinitive) of κατευτυνω — kateuthunō old verb to make straight path. Singular verb also, though both God and Christ mentioned as subject (unity in the Godhead). Apart from μη γενοιτο — mē genoito (may it not come to pass) the optative in a wish of the third person is found in N.T. only in 1 Thessalonians 3:11, 1 Thessalonians 3:12; 1 Thessalonians 5:23; 2 Thessalonians 2:17; 2 Thessalonians 3:5, 2 Thessalonians 3:16; Romans 15:5, Romans 15:13. [source]
Hebrews 13:8 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today, yea and forever [Ιησους Χριστος εχτες και σημερον ο αυτος και εις τους αιωνας]
There is no copula in the Greek. Vincent insists that εστιν — estin be supplied between Ιησους — Iēsous and Χριστος — Christos “Jesus is Christ,” but it more naturally comes after Χριστος — Christos as the Revised Version has it. The old adverb εχτες — echthes is rare in the N.T. (John 4:52; Acts 7:28; Hebrews 13:8). Here it refers to the days of Christ‘s flesh (Hebrews 2:3; Hebrews 5:7) and to the recent work of the leaders (Hebrews 13:7). “Today” Hence the peril of apostasy from the only hope of man. [source]

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Matthew 1:1
Literal: [The] book of [the] genealogy of Jesus Christ son of David of Abraham
KJV: The book  of the generation  of Jesus  Christ,  the son  of David,  the son  of Abraham. 

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

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

Matthew 1:21
Literal: She will bear then a son and you will call the name of Him Jesus He for will save the people from the sins of them
KJV: And  she shall bring forth  a son,  and  thou shalt call  his  name  JESUS:  for  he  shall save  his  people  from  their  sins. 

Matthew 1:25
Literal: and not knew her until that she had brought forth a son he called the name of Him Jesus
KJV: And  knew  her  not  till  she had brought forth  her  son:  and  he called  his  name  JESUS. 

Matthew 2:1
Literal: - Now Jesus having been born in Bethlehem - of Judea [the] days of Herod the king behold Magi from [the] east arrived in Jerusalem
KJV: Now  when Jesus  was born  in  Bethlehem  of Judaea  in  the days  of Herod  the king,  behold,  there came  wise men  from  the east  to  Jerusalem, 

Matthew 3:13
Literal: Then comes - Jesus from - Galilee to the Jordan unto - John - to be baptized by him
KJV: Then  cometh  Jesus  from  Galilee  to  Jordan  unto  John,  to be baptized  of  him. 

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

Matthew 3:16
Literal: Having been baptized now - Jesus immediately went up from the water and behold were opened to him the heavens he saw the Spirit of God descending as a dove and alighting upon Him
KJV: And  Jesus,  when he was baptized,  went up  out of  the water:  and,  lo,  the heavens  were opened  unto him,  and  the Spirit  of God  descending  like  a dove,  and  lighting  upon  him: 

Matthew 4:1
Literal: Then - Jesus was led up into the wilderness by the Spirit to be tempted the devil
KJV: Then  was Jesus  led up  of  the Spirit  into  the wilderness  to be tempted  of  the devil. 

Matthew 4:7
Literal: Said to him - Jesus Again it has been written Not you shall test [the] Lord the God of you
KJV: Jesus  said  unto him,  It is written  again,  not  tempt  the Lord  God. 

Matthew 4:10
Literal: Then says to him - Jesus Get you away Satan it has been written for [The] Lord the God of you you shall worship and Him alone shall you serve
KJV: Then  saith  Jesus  unto him,  Get thee hence,  Satan:  for  it is written,  Thou shalt worship  the Lord  God,  and  him  only  shalt thou serve. 

Matthew 4:17
Literal: From that time began - Jesus to proclaim and to say Repent has drawn near for the kingdom of the heavens
KJV: From  that time  Jesus  began  to preach,  and  to say,  Repent:  for  the kingdom  of heaven  is at hand. 

Matthew 7:28
Literal: And it came to pass when had finished - Jesus the words these were astonished the crowds at the teaching of Him
KJV: And  it came to pass,  when  Jesus  sayings,  the people  were astonished  at  his  doctrine: 

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 8:10
Literal: Having heard now - Jesus marveled and said to those following Truly I say to you except no one so great faith in - Israel have I found
KJV: When  Jesus  heard  it, he marvelled,  and  said  to them that followed,  Verily  I say  found  so great  faith,  in  Israel. 

Matthew 8:13
Literal: And said - Jesus to the centurion Go as you have believed be it to you was healed the servant of him in the hour that
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto the centurion,  Go thy way;  and  as  thou hast believed,  so be it done  And  his  servant  was healed  in  the selfsame  hour. 

Matthew 8:14
Literal: And having come - Jesus to the house of Peter He saw mother-in-law of him lying sick fevering
KJV: And  when Jesus  was come  into  Peter's  house,  his  wife's mother  laid,  and  sick of a fever. 

Matthew 8:18
Literal: Having seen now - Jesus a great crowd around Him He commanded to depart to the other side
KJV: Now  when Jesus  great  multitudes  about  him,  he gave commandment  to depart  unto  the other side. 

Matthew 8:20
Literal: And says to him - Jesus - Foxes holes have the birds of the air nests but the Son - of Man no has [place] where the head He might lay
KJV: And  Jesus  saith  unto him,  The foxes  have  holes,  and  the birds  of the air  have nests;  but  the Son  of man  hath  not  where  to lay  his head. 

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

Matthew 8:34
Literal: And behold all the city went out to meet - Jesus having seen Him they begged [Him] that He would depart from the region of them
KJV: And,  behold,  the whole  city  came out  to  Jesus:  and  him,  they besought  him that  he would depart  out of  their  coasts. 

Matthew 9:2
Literal: And behold they were bringing to Him a paralytic on a bed lying having seen - Jesus the faith of them He said to the paralytic Take courage son have been forgiven of you the sins
KJV: And,  behold,  they brought  to him  a man sick of the palsy,  lying  on  a bed:  and  Jesus  their  faith  said  unto the sick of the palsy;  Son,  be of good cheer;  sins  be forgiven 

Matthew 9:4
Literal: And having known - Jesus the thoughts of them He said So that why think you evil in the hearts of you
KJV: And  Jesus  knowing  their  thoughts  said,  think  evil  in  hearts? 

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

Matthew 9:10
Literal: And it came to pass of Him reclining in the house that behold many tax collectors sinners having come were reclining with - Jesus the disciples
KJV: And  it came to pass,  as Jesus  sat at meat  in  the house,  behold,  many  publicans  and  sinners  came  and sat down  with him  and  his  disciples. 

Matthew 9:15
Literal: And said to them - Jesus Not can the sons of the bridechamber mourn as long as with them is the bridegroom Will come however days when shall have been taken away from then they will fast
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto them,  Can  the children  of the bridechamber  mourn,  as long as  the bridegroom  with  them?  but  the days  will come,  when  the bridegroom  shall be taken  from  them,  and  then  shall they fast. 

Matthew 9:19
Literal: And having arisen - Jesus followed him also the disciples of Him
KJV: And  Jesus  arose,  and followed  him,  and  so did his  disciples. 

Matthew 9:22
Literal: - And Jesus having turned and having seen her said Take courage daughter the faith of you has cured you was cured woman from the hour very
KJV: But  Jesus  and  her,  he said,  Daughter,  be of good comfort;  faith  whole.  And  the woman  was made whole  from  that  hour. 

Matthew 9:23
Literal: And having come - Jesus into the house of the ruler having seen the flute players the crowd making a commotion
KJV: And  when Jesus  came  into  the ruler's  house,  and  the minstrels  and  the people  making a noise, 

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

Matthew 9:28
Literal: Having come now into the house came to Him the blind [men] and says to them - Jesus Believe you that I am able this to do They say Yes Lord
KJV: And  when he was come  into  the house,  the blind men  came  to him:  and  Jesus  saith  unto them,  Believe ye  that  I am able  to do  They said  unto him,  Yea,  Lord. 

Matthew 9:30
Literal: And were opened their - eyes strictly instructed them - Jesus saying See that no one knows
KJV: And  their  eyes  were opened;  and  Jesus  straitly charged  them,  saying,  See  that no man  know 

Matthew 9:35
Literal: And was going throughout - Jesus the cities all villages teaching in the synagogues of them proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom healing every disease sickness
KJV: And  Jesus  went about  all  the cities  and  villages,  teaching  in  their  synagogues,  and  preaching  the gospel  of the kingdom,  and  healing  every  sickness  and  every  disease  among 

Matthew 10:5
Literal: These - twelve sent forth - Jesus having instructed them saying Into [the] way of the Gentiles not go off and any city of [the] Samaritans enter
KJV: twelve  Jesus  sent forth,  and commanded  them,  saying,  Go  not  into  the way  of the Gentiles,  and  into  any city  of the Samaritans  enter ye  not: 

Matthew 11:1
Literal: And it came to pass when had finished - Jesus commanding the twelve disciples of Him He departed from there - to teach to preach in the cities of them
KJV: And  it came to pass,  when  Jesus  had made an end  of commanding  his  twelve  disciples,  he departed  thence  to teach  and  to preach  in  their  cities. 

Matthew 11:4
Literal: And answering - Jesus said to them Having gone relate to John what you hear see
KJV: Jesus  answered  and  said  unto them,  Go  John  again  those things which  ye do hear  and  see: 

Matthew 11:7
Literal: As these now were going away began - Jesus to speak to the crowds concerning John What went you out into the wilderness to see A reed by [the] wind shaken
KJV: And  they departed,  Jesus  began  to say  unto the multitudes  concerning  John,  What  went ye  out into  the wilderness  to see?  A reed  shaken  with  the wind? 

Matthew 11:25
Literal: At that - time answering - Jesus said I fully consent to You Father Lord of the heaven and the earth that You did hide these things from wise learned did reveal them to little children
KJV: At  that  time  Jesus  answered  and said,  I thank  O Father,  Lord  of heaven  and  earth,  because  from  the wise  and  prudent,  and  hast revealed  them  unto babes. 

Matthew 12:1
Literal: At that - time went - Jesus on the Sabbaths through the grainfields - and the disciples of Him were hungry and they began to pluck [the] heads of grain to eat
KJV: At  that  time  Jesus  went  on the sabbath day  through  the corn;  and  his  disciples  were an hungred,  and  began  to pluck  the ears of corn,  and  to eat. 

Matthew 12:15
Literal: - And Jesus having known withdrew from there And followed Him multitudes great He healed them all
KJV: But  when Jesus  knew  it, he withdrew himself  from thence:  and  great  multitudes  followed  him,  and  he healed  them  all; 

Matthew 13:1
Literal: In the day that having gone forth - Jesus [from] the house was sitting by the sea
KJV: The same  day  went  Jesus  the house,  and sat  by  the sea side. 

Matthew 13:34
Literal: These things all spoke - Jesus in parables to the crowds and without a parable not He was speaking to them
KJV: All  spake  Jesus  unto the multitude  in  parables;  and  without  a parable  spake he  unto them: 

Matthew 13:53
Literal: And it came to pass when had finished - Jesus the parables these He withdrew from there
KJV: And  it came to pass,  that when  Jesus  had finished  parables,  he departed  thence. 

Matthew 13:57
Literal: And they were offended at Him - But Jesus said to them Not is a prophet without Honor if not in the hometown household of him
KJV: And  they were offended  in  him.  But  Jesus  said  unto them,  A prophet  not  without honour,  in  his own  country,  and  in  his own  house. 

Matthew 14:1
Literal: At that - time heard Herod the tetrarch the news of Jesus
KJV: At  that  time  Herod  the tetrarch  heard  of the fame  of Jesus, 

Matthew 14:12
Literal: And having come the disciples of him took the body buried it having come they told - Jesus
KJV: And  his  disciples  came,  and took up  and  buried  it,  and  went  and told  Jesus. 

Matthew 14:13
Literal: Having heard now - Jesus withdrew from there by boat to a secluded place apart Himself And having heard [of it] the crowds followed Him on foot from the towns
KJV: When  Jesus  heard  of it, he departed  thence  by  ship  into  a desert  place  apart:  and  when the people  had heard  thereof, they followed  him  on foot  out of  the cities. 

Matthew 14:16
Literal: - And Jesus said to them No need they have to go away Give you to eat
KJV: But  Jesus  said  unto them,  They need  not  depart;  give  them  to eat 

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

Matthew 14:29
Literal: - And He said Come And having descended from the boat - Peter walked upon the water came to - Jesus
KJV: And  he said,  Come.  And  when Peter  was come down  out of  the ship,  he walked  on  the water,  to go  to  Jesus. 

Matthew 14:31
Literal: Immediately now - Jesus having stretched out the hand took hold of him and says to him [You] of little faith of why did you doubt
KJV: And  immediately  Jesus  stretched forth  his hand,  and caught  him,  and  said  unto him,  O thou of little faith,  wherefore  didst thou doubt? 

Matthew 15:1
Literal: Then come - to Jesus from Jerusalem Pharisees and scribes saying
KJV: Then  came  to Jesus  scribes  and  Pharisees,  which were of  Jerusalem,  saying, 

Matthew 15:21
Literal: And having gone forth from there - Jesus withdrew to the district of Tyre Sidon
KJV: Then  Jesus  went  thence,  and departed  into  the coasts  of Tyre  and  Sidon. 

Matthew 15:28
Literal: Then answering - Jesus said to her O woman great [is] of you the faith Be it to you as you desire And was healed daughter of her from the hour that
KJV: Then  Jesus  answered  and said  unto her,  woman,  great  faith:  be it  even as  thou wilt.  And  her  daughter  was made whole  from  that very  hour. 

Matthew 15:29
Literal: And having departed from there - Jesus went along the Sea - of Galilee having gone up on the mountain He was sitting there
KJV: And  Jesus  departed  from thence,  and came  nigh unto  the sea  of Galilee;  and  went up  into  a mountain,  and sat down  there. 

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

Matthew 15:34
Literal: And says to them - Jesus How many loaves have you - And they said Seven a few small fish
KJV: And  Jesus  saith  unto them,  How many  loaves  have ye?  And  they said,  Seven,  and  a few  little fishes. 

Matthew 16:6
Literal: - And Jesus said to them Watch and beware of the leaven of the Pharisees Sadducees
KJV: Then  Jesus  said  unto them,  Take heed  and  beware  of  the leaven  of the Pharisees  and  of the Sadducees. 

Matthew 16:8
Literal: Having known [this] however - Jesus said Why reason you among yourselves O [you] of little faith because bread not you took
KJV: Which when  Jesus  perceived,  he said  O ye of little faith,  why  reason ye  among  yourselves,  because  no  bread? 

Matthew 16:13
Literal: Having come then - Jesus into the district of Caesarea - Philippi He was questioning the disciples of Him saying Whom do pronounce - men to be the Son of man
KJV: When  Jesus  came  into  the coasts  of Caesarea  Philippi,  he asked  his  disciples,  saying,  Whom  do men  say  the Son  of man 

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 16:21
Literal: From that time began - Jesus Christ to show to the disciples of Him that it is necessary for Him to Jerusalem to go away and many things to suffer the elders chief priests scribes to be killed on the third day to be raised
KJV: From  that time forth  began  Jesus  to shew  unto his  disciples,  how that  he  must  go  unto  Jerusalem,  and  suffer  many things  of  the elders  and  chief priests  and  scribes,  and  be killed,  and  be raised again  the third  day. 

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

Matthew 17:1
Literal: And after days six takes with [Him] - Jesus - Peter James John the brother of him brings up them into a mountain high by themselves
KJV: And  after  six  days  Jesus  taketh  Peter,  James,  and  John  his  brother,  and  them  up  into  an high  mountain  apart, 

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

Matthew 17:7
Literal: And having come to [them] - Jesus having touched them He said Rise up not be afraid
KJV: And  Jesus  came  and touched  them,  and  said,  Arise,  and  not  afraid. 

Matthew 17:8
Literal: Having lifted up and the eyes of them no one they saw if not Himself Jesus alone
KJV: And  when they had lifted up  their  eyes,  no man,  Jesus 

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

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

Matthew 17:18
Literal: And rebuked him - Jesus went out from him the demon was healed the boy from the hour that
KJV: And  Jesus  rebuked  the devil;  and  he  departed  out of  him:  and  the child  was cured  from  that very  hour. 

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

Matthew 17:22
Literal: Were abiding now they in - Galilee said to them - Jesus Is about the Son - of Man to be betrayed into [the] hands of men
KJV: And  while they  in  Galilee,  Jesus  said  unto them,  The Son  of man  shall be  betrayed  into  the hands  of men: 

Matthew 17:25
Literal: He says Yes And he having entered into the house anticipated him - Jesus saying What you do think Simon The kings of the earth from whom do they receive custom or tribute the sons of them - strangers
KJV: He saith,  Yes.  And  into  the house,  Jesus  prevented  him,  saying,  What  thinkest  Simon?  of  whom  the kings  of the earth  take  custom  or  tribute?  of  their own  children,  or  of  strangers? 

Matthew 17:26
Literal: He having said now From the strangers said to him - Jesus Then free are the sons
KJV: unto him,  Of  strangers.  Jesus  saith  unto him,  Then  the children  free. 

Matthew 18:1
Literal: In that - hour came the disciples - to Jesus saying Who then [the] greatest is the kingdom of the heavens
KJV: At  the same  time  came  the disciples  unto Jesus,  saying,  Who  in  the kingdom  of heaven? 

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 19:1
Literal: And it came to pass when had finished - Jesus the words these He withdrew from - Galilee came to the region of Judea beyond the Jordan
KJV: And  it came to pass,  that when  Jesus  had finished  sayings,  he departed  from  Galilee,  and  came  into  the coasts  of Judaea  beyond  Jordan; 

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

Matthew 19:18
Literal: He says to him Which - And Jesus said - Not shall you murder shall you commit adultery shall you steal shall you bear false witness
KJV: He saith  unto him,  Which?  Jesus  said,  no  murder,  not  commit adultery,  not  steal,  not  bear false witness, 

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

Matthew 19:23
Literal: - And Jesus said to the disciples of Him Truly I say to you that a rich man with difficulty will enter into the kingdom of the heavens
KJV: Then  said  Jesus  unto his  disciples,  Verily  I say  That  a rich man  shall hardly  enter  into  the kingdom  of heaven. 

Matthew 19:26
Literal: Having looked on [them] now - Jesus said to them With men this impossible is however God all things [are] possible
KJV: But  Jesus  beheld  them, and said  unto them,  With  men  impossible;  but  with  God  all things  possible. 

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

Matthew 20:17
Literal: And going up - Jesus to Jerusalem He took the twelve disciples aside themselves and on the way He said to them
KJV: And  Jesus  going up  to  Jerusalem  took  the twelve  disciples  apart  in  the way,  and  said  unto them, 

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

Matthew 20:25
Literal: - And Jesus having called to [him] them said You know that the rulers of the Gentiles exercise lordship over them and great ones exercise authority over
KJV: But  Jesus  called  them  unto him, and said,  Ye know  that  the princes  of the Gentiles  exercise dominion over  them,  and  they that are great  exercise authority upon  them. 

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

Matthew 20:32
Literal: And having stopped - Jesus called them said What do you desire I should do unto you
KJV: And  Jesus  stood still,  and called  them,  and  said,  What  will ye  that I shall do 

Matthew 20:34
Literal: Having been moved with compassion then - Jesus touched the eyes of them and immediately they received sight they followed Him
KJV: So  Jesus  had compassion  on them, and touched  their  and  immediately  their  received sight,  and  they followed  him. 

Matthew 21:1
Literal: And when they drew near to Jerusalem came Bethphage on the Mount - of Olives then Jesus sent two disciples
KJV: And  when  they drew nigh  unto  Jerusalem,  and  were come  to  Bethphage,  the mount  of Olives,  then  sent  Jesus  two  disciples, 

Matthew 21:6
Literal: Having gone then the disciples and having done as commanded them - Jesus
KJV: And  the disciples  went,  and  did  as  Jesus  them, 

Matthew 21:11
Literal: - And the crowds were saying This is the prophet Jesus the [One] from Nazareth - of Galilee
KJV: And  the multitude  This  Jesus  the prophet  of  Nazareth  of Galilee. 

Matthew 21:12
Literal: And entered Jesus into the temple cast out all those selling buying in the temple the tables of the money changers He overturned seats of those selling doves
KJV: And  Jesus  went  into  the temple  and  cast out  all them  that sold  and  bought  in  the temple,  and  overthrew  the tables  of the moneychangers,  and  the seats  of them that sold  doves, 

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

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

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

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

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

Matthew 22:1
Literal: And answering - Jesus again spoke in parables to them saying
KJV: And  Jesus  answered  and spake  unto them  again  by  parables,  and said, 

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

Matthew 22:29
Literal: Answering now - Jesus said to them You err not knowing the Scriptures nor the power - of God
KJV: Jesus  answered  and  said  unto them,  Ye do err,  not  knowing  the scriptures,  nor  the power  of God. 

Matthew 22:41
Literal: Having been assembled together now the Pharisees questioned them - Jesus
KJV: While  the Pharisees  were gathered together,  Jesus  asked  them, 

Matthew 23:1
Literal: Then - Jesus spoke to the crowds and to disciples of Him
KJV: Then  spake  Jesus  to the multitude,  and  to his  disciples, 

Matthew 24:1
Literal: And having gone forth - Jesus from the temple He was going away came to [Him] the disciples of Him to point out to Him the buildings of the
KJV: And  Jesus  went out,  and departed  from  the temple:  and  his  disciples  came  to him for to shew  him  the buildings  of the temple. 

Matthew 24:4
Literal: And answering - Jesus said to them Take heed lest anyone you mislead
KJV: And  Jesus  answered  and said  unto them,  Take heed  that no  man  deceive 

Matthew 26:1
Literal: And it came to pass when had finished - Jesus all the words these He said to the disciples of Him
KJV: And  it came to pass,  when  Jesus  had finished  all  sayings,  he said  unto his  disciples, 

Matthew 26:4
Literal: and they plotted together in order that - Jesus by guile they might seize kill
KJV: And  consulted  that  they might take  Jesus  by subtilty,  and  kill 

Matthew 26:6
Literal: - And of Jesus having been in Bethany in [the] house of Simon the leper
KJV: Now  when Jesus  was  in  Bethany,  in  the house  of Simon  the leper, 

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

Matthew 26:17
Literal: On the now first [day] of the unleavened [bread] came the disciples - to Jesus saying Where wish you [that] we should prepare for You to eat the Passover
KJV: Now  the first  day of the feast of unleavened bread  the disciples  came  to Jesus,  saying  Where  wilt thou  that we prepare  to eat  the passover? 

Matthew 26:19
Literal: And did the disciples as directed them - Jesus prepared the Passover
KJV: And  the disciples  did  as  Jesus  had appointed  them;  and  they made ready  the passover. 

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

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

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

Matthew 26:36
Literal: Then comes with them - Jesus to a place called Gethsemane and He says to the disciples Sit here until that having gone away over there I shall pray
KJV: Then  cometh  Jesus  with  them  unto  a place  called  Gethsemane,  and  saith  unto the disciples,  Sit ye  here,  while  I go  and pray  yonder. 

Matthew 26:49
Literal: And immediately having come up - to Jesus he said Greetings Rabbi kissed Him
KJV: And  forthwith  he came  to Jesus,  and said,  Hail,  master;  and  kissed  him. 

Matthew 26:50
Literal: - And Jesus said to him Friend for what are you come Then having come to [him] they laid - hands on - Jesus and seized Him
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto him,  Friend,  wherefore  art thou come?  Then  came they,  and laid  hands  on  Jesus,  and  took  him. 

Matthew 26:51
Literal: And behold one of those with Jesus having stretched out the hand drew sword of him having struck the servant of the high priest cut off the ear
KJV: And,  behold,  one  of them which were with  Jesus  stretched out  his hand,  and drew  his  sword,  and  struck  a servant  of the high priest's,  and smote off  his  ear. 

Matthew 26:52
Literal: Then says to him - Jesus Return the sword of you into the place of it all for those having taken [the] sword by [the] sword will perish
KJV: Then  said  Jesus  unto him,  Put up again  sword  into  his  place:  for  all they  that take  the sword  shall perish  with  the sword. 

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

Matthew 26:57
Literal: Those then having seized - Jesus led [Him] away to Caiaphas the high priest where the scribes and elders were assembled
KJV: And  they that had laid hold  on Jesus  led him away  to  Caiaphas  the high priest,  where  the scribes  and  the elders  were assembled. 

Matthew 26:59
Literal: - And the chief priests and the Council whole were seeking false testimony against - Jesus so that him they might put to death
KJV: Now  the chief priests,  and  all  the council,  sought  false witness  against  Jesus,  to  him  to death; 

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

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

Matthew 26:69
Literal: - And Peter was sitting outside in the court and came to him one servant girl saying Also You were with Jesus the Galilean
KJV: Now  Peter  sat  without  in  the palace:  and  damsel  came  unto him,  saying,  Thou  also  with  Jesus  of Galilee. 

Matthew 26:71
Literal: Having gone out then to the porch saw him another [servant girl] and says to those there This [man] was with Jesus of Nazareth
KJV: And  when he  was gone out  into  the porch,  another  him,  and  said  unto them that were there,  This  also  with  Jesus  of Nazareth. 

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

Matthew 27:1
Literal: Morning then having arrived counsel took all the chief priests and elders of the people against - Jesus so that they might put to death him
KJV: When  the morning  was come,  all  the chief priests  and  elders  of the people  took  counsel  against  Jesus  to  him  to death: 

Matthew 27:11
Literal: - And Jesus stood before the governor and questioned Him the governor saying You are King of the Jews said say
KJV: And  Jesus  stood  before  the governor:  and  the governor  asked  him,  saying,  thou  the King  of the Jews?  And  Jesus  said  unto him,  Thou  sayest. 

Matthew 27:16
Literal: They were holding now at that time a prisoner notable called Jesus Barabbas
KJV: And  they had  then  a notable  prisoner,  called  Barabbas. 

Matthew 27:17
Literal: Being gathered together therefore of them said to them - Pilate Whom will you [that] I shall release to you Jesus - Barabbas or Jesus who is called Christ
KJV: Therefore  when they  were gathered together,  Pilate  said  unto them,  Whom  will ye  that I release  Barabbas,  or  Jesus  which  is called  Christ? 

Matthew 27:20
Literal: - And the chief priests and the elders persuaded the crowds that they should ask for - Barabbas Jesus should destroy
KJV: But  the chief priests  and  elders  persuaded  the multitude  that  they should ask  Barabbas,  and  destroy  Jesus. 

Matthew 27:22
Literal: Says to them - Pilate What then should I do with Jesus who is called Christ They say all Let [Him] be crucified
KJV: Pilate  saith  unto them,  What  shall I do  then  with Jesus  which  is called  Christ?  They all  say  unto him,  Let him be crucified. 

Matthew 27:26
Literal: Then he released to them - Barabbas and Jesus having flogged He delivered up [Him] that He might be crucified
KJV: Then  released he  Barabbas  unto them:  and  when he had scourged  Jesus,  he delivered  him to  be crucified. 

Matthew 27:27
Literal: Then the soldiers of the governor having taken with [them] - Jesus to the Praetorium gathered before Him all the cohort
KJV: Then  the soldiers  of the governor  took  Jesus  into  the common hall,  and gathered  unto  him  the whole  band 

Matthew 27:37
Literal: And they put up over the head of Him the accusation written This is Jesus the King of the Jews
KJV: And  set up  over  his  head  his  accusation  written,  THIS  JESUS  THE KING  OF THE JEWS. 

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

Matthew 27:50
Literal: - And Jesus again having cried in a voice loud yielded up [His] spirit
KJV: Jesus,  when he had cried  again  with a loud  voice,  yielded up  the ghost. 

Matthew 27:54
Literal: - And the centurion and those with him keeping guard over - Jesus having seen the earthquake the things taking place feared greatly saying Truly God’s Son was this
KJV: Now  when the centurion,  and  they that were with  him,  watching  Jesus,  the earthquake,  and  those things that were done,  they feared  greatly,  saying,  Truly  this  the Son  of God. 

Matthew 27:55
Literal: They were now there women many from afar off looking on who followed - Jesus - Galilee ministering to Him
KJV: And  many  women  there  beholding  afar off,  which  followed  Jesus  from  Galilee,  ministering  unto him: 

Matthew 27:57
Literal: Evening now having arrived came a man rich from Arimathea named Joseph who also himself was discipled - to Jesus
KJV: When  the even  was come,  there came  a rich  man  of  Arimathaea,  named  Joseph,  who  also  himself  Jesus'  disciple: 

Matthew 27:58
Literal: He having gone - to Pilate asked for the body - of Jesus Then - Pilate commanded it to be given up
KJV: He  went  to Pilate,  and begged  the body  of Jesus.  Then  Pilate  commanded  the body  to be delivered. 

Matthew 28:5
Literal: Answering now the angel said to the women Not fear you I know for that Jesus the [One] having been crucified you seek
KJV: And  the angel  answered  and said  unto the women,  Fear  not  for  I know  that  ye seek  Jesus,  which  was crucified. 

Matthew 28:9
Literal: as moreover they were going to tell - disciples of him And behold Jesus met them saying Greetings - And having come to [Him] they took hold of His - feet worshiped Him
KJV: And  as  they went  to tell  his  disciples,  behold,  Jesus  them,  saying,  All hail.  And  they came  and held  him  by the feet,  and  worshipped  him. 

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

Matthew 28:16
Literal: - And the eleven disciples went into - Galilee to the mountain where assigned them - Jesus
KJV: Then  the eleven  disciples  went away  into  Galilee,  into  a mountain  where  Jesus  had appointed  them. 

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

Mark 1:1
Literal: [The] beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ Son of God
KJV: The beginning  of the gospel  of Jesus  Christ,  the Son  of God; 

Mark 1:9
Literal: And it came to pass in those - days [that] came Jesus from Nazareth - of Galilee was baptized in the Jordan by John
KJV: And  it came to pass  in  those  days,  that Jesus  came  from  Nazareth  of Galilee,  and  was baptized  of  John  in  Jordan. 

Mark 1:14
Literal: And after the delivering up - of John came - Jesus into - Galilee proclaiming gospel - of God
KJV: after  that John  was put in prison,  Jesus  came  into  Galilee,  preaching  the gospel  of God, 

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

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

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

Mark 2:5
Literal: And having seen - Jesus the faith of them He says to the paralytic Son are forgiven of you the sins
KJV: Jesus  their  faith,  he said  unto the sick of the palsy,  Son,  sins  be forgiven 

Mark 2:8
Literal: And immediately having known - Jesus in the spirit of Him that thus they are reasoning within themselves He says to them Why these things reason you in the hearts of you
KJV: And  immediately  when Jesus  perceived  in his  spirit  that  they so  reasoned  within  themselves,  unto them,  Why  reason ye  in  hearts? 

Mark 2:15
Literal: And it came to pass reclining of Him in the house of him that many tax collectors sinners were reclining with - Jesus the disciples there were for they were following Him
KJV: And  it came to pass,  that,  as Jesus  sat at meat  in  his  house,  many  publicans  and  sinners  also  together with  Jesus  and  his  disciples:  for  many,  and  they followed  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 2:19
Literal: And said to them - Jesus Not are able the sons of the bridechamber in which the bridegroom with them is to fast As long as time they have the bridegroom not they are able
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto them,  Can  the children  of the bridechamber  fast,  while  the bridegroom  with  them?  as long as  they have  the bridegroom  with  they cannot  fast. 

Mark 3:7
Literal: And - Jesus with the disciples of Him withdrew to the sea great a multitude from - Galilee followed Judea
KJV: But  Jesus  withdrew himself  with  his  disciples  to  the sea:  and  a great  multitude  from  Galilee  followed  him,  and  from  Judaea, 

Mark 5:6
Literal: And having seen - Jesus from afar he ran fell on his knees before Him
KJV: Jesus  afar off,  he ran  and  worshipped  him, 

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

Mark 5:15
Literal: And they come to - Jesus see the [man] possessed by demons sitting clothed sound minded the [one] having had the legion they were afraid
KJV: And  they come  to  Jesus,  and  see  him that was possessed with the devil,  and had  the legion,  sitting,  and  clothed,  and  in his right mind:  and  they were afraid. 

Mark 5:20
Literal: And he departed began to proclaim in the Decapolis how much had done for him - Jesus all were marveling
KJV: And  he departed,  and  began  to publish  in  Decapolis  how great things  Jesus  had done  for him:  and  all  men did marvel. 

Mark 5:21
Literal: And having passed over - Jesus in the boat again to the other side was gathered a crowd great to Him He was beside the sea
KJV: And  when Jesus  was passed over  again  by  ship  unto  the other side,  much  people  gathered  unto  him:  and  nigh  unto the sea. 

Mark 5:27
Literal: having heard - concerning - Jesus having come up in the crowd behind she touched the clothing of Him
KJV: When she had heard  of  Jesus,  came  in  the press  behind,  and touched  his  garment. 

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

Mark 5:36
Literal: - And Jesus having heard the word spoken says to the ruler of the synagogue Not fear only believe
KJV: As soon as  Jesus  the word  that was spoken,  he saith  unto the ruler of the synagogue,  not  afraid,  only  believe. 

Mark 6:4
Literal: And said to them - Jesus - Not is a prophet without honor if not in the hometown of him among - relatives household
KJV: Jesus  unto them,  A prophet  not  without honour,  in  his own  country,  and  among  his own kin,  and  in  his own  house. 

Mark 6:30
Literal: And are gathered together the apostles to - Jesus they related to him all things what they had done they had taught
KJV: And  the apostles  gathered themselves together  unto  Jesus,  and  told  him  all things,  both  what  they had done,  and  what  they had taught. 

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

Mark 9:2
Literal: And after days six takes along - Jesus - Peter James - John brings up them into a mountain high apart themselves alone He was transfigured before them
KJV: And  after  six  days  Jesus  taketh  with him Peter,  and  James,  and  John,  and  them  up  into  an high  mountain  apart  by themselves:  and  he was transfigured  before  them. 

Mark 9:4
Literal: And appeared to them Elijah with Moses they were talking with - Jesus
KJV: And  unto them  Elias  with  Moses:  and  talking  with Jesus. 

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

Mark 9:8
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 9:23
Literal: - And Jesus said to him - If You are able All things are possible to the [one] believing
KJV: Jesus  said  unto him,  If  thou canst  believe,  all things  are possible  to him  that believeth. 

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

Mark 9:27
Literal: - And Jesus having taken by the hand him raised up him and he arose
KJV: But  Jesus  took  him  by the hand,  him  up;  and  he arose. 

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

Mark 10:5
Literal: - But Jesus said to them Because of the hardness of heart of you He wrote for you commandment this
KJV: Jesus  and said  unto them,  For  heart  he wrote  precept. 

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

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

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

Mark 10:23
Literal: And having looked around - Jesus says the disciples of Him How difficultly those - riches having into the kingdom - of God will enter
KJV: And  Jesus  looked round about,  and saith  unto his  disciples,  How  hardly  shall they that have  riches  enter  into  the kingdom  of God! 

Mark 10:24
Literal: - And the disciples were astonished at the words of Him - But Jesus again answering says to them Children how difficult it is into the kingdom - of God to enter those who trust in riches
KJV: And  the disciples  were astonished  at  his  words.  But  Jesus  answereth  again,  and saith  unto them,  Children,  how  hard  for them that trust  in  riches  to enter  into  the kingdom  of God! 

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

Mark 10:32
Literal: They were then on the way going up to Jerusalem and was going on before them - Jesus they were astonished those following were afraid having taken to [Him] again the Twelve He began them to tell the things being about to Him to happen
KJV: And  in  the way  going up  to  Jerusalem;  and  Jesus  before  them:  and  they were amazed;  and  as they followed,  they were afraid.  And  he took  again  the twelve,  and began  to tell  them  what things should  happen  unto him, 

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

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

Mark 10:42
Literal: And having called near them - Jesus says to them You know that those being accounted to rule over the Gentiles exercise lordship over them great ones of them exercise authority over
KJV: Jesus  called  them  to him, and saith  unto them,  Ye know  that  they which are accounted  to rule  over the Gentiles  exercise lordship  over them;  and  their  great ones  exercise authority  upon them. 

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

Mark 10:49
Literal: And having stopped - Jesus commanded to be called him they call the blind [man] saying to him Take courage Rise up He calls you
KJV: And  Jesus  stood still,  and commanded  him  to be called.  And  they call  the blind man,  saying  unto him,  Be of good comfort,  rise;  he calleth 

Mark 10:50
Literal: - And having cast away the cloak of him having risen up he came to - Jesus
KJV: And  he, casting away  his  garment,  and came  to  Jesus. 

Mark 10:51
Literal: And answering him - Jesus says What to you do you desire I should do And the blind [man] said to Him Rabboni that I may receive sight
KJV: And  Jesus  answered  unto him,  What  wilt  thou that I should do  The blind man  said  unto him,  Lord,  that  I might receive my sight. 

Mark 10:52
Literal: And - Jesus said to him Go the faith of you has healed you immediately he received sight he began following Him on the way
KJV: Jesus  said  unto him,  Go thy way;  faith  whole.  And  immediately  he received his sight,  and  followed  Jesus  in  the way. 

Mark 11:6
Literal: - And they spoke to them as had commanded - Jesus and they allowed them
KJV: And  they said  unto them  even as  Jesus  and  them  go. 

Mark 11:7
Literal: And they led the colt to - Jesus they cast upon it the cloaks of them He sat on it
KJV: And  the colt  to  Jesus,  and  their  garments  on  him;  and  he sat  upon  him. 

Mark 11:22
Literal: And answering - Jesus says to them Have faith from God
KJV: And  Jesus  answering  saith  unto them,  Have  faith  in God. 

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

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

Mark 12:17
Literal: - And Jesus said to them The things of Caesar give back to Caesar and - of God - to God they were amazed at Him
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto them,  Render  to Caesar  the things that are  Caesar's,  and  to God  the things that are  God's.  And  they marvelled  at  him. 

Mark 12:24
Literal: Was saying to them - Jesus Not because of this do you err not knowing the Scriptures nor the power - of God
KJV: Jesus  unto them,  not  therefore  err,  because ye know  not  the scriptures,  neither  the power  of God? 

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

Mark 12:34
Literal: And - Jesus having seen him that wisely he answered said to him Not far are you from the kingdom - of God no one no longer dared to question
KJV: And  when Jesus  that  he  answered  discreetly,  he said  unto him,  not  far  from  the kingdom  of God.  And  no man  after that  durst  ask  him 

Mark 12:35
Literal: And answering - Jesus was saying teaching in the temple How say the scribes that the Christ [the] son of David is
KJV: And  Jesus  answered  and said,  while he taught  in  the temple,  How  say  the scribes  that  Christ  the Son  of David? 

Mark 13:2
Literal: And - Jesus said to him See you these - great buildings No not shall be left here stone upon stone which shall be thrown down
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto him,  Seest thou  great  buildings?  be left  one stone  upon  another,  that  be thrown down. 

Mark 13:5
Literal: - And Jesus began to say to them Take heed lest anyone you mislead
KJV: And  Jesus  them  began  to say,  Take heed  lest  any  man deceive 

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

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

Mark 14:27
Literal: And says to them - Jesus - All you will fall away in me on the night this for it has been written I will strike the shepherd the sheep will be scattered
KJV: And  Jesus  saith  unto them,  All ye  shall be offended  because of  night:  for  it is written,  I will smite  the shepherd,  and  the sheep  shall be scattered. 

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

Mark 14:48
Literal: And answering - Jesus said to them As against a robber are you come out with swords clubs to capture Me
KJV: And  Jesus  answered  and said  unto them,  Are ye come out,  as  against  a thief,  with  swords  and  with staves  to take 

Mark 14:53
Literal: And they led away - Jesus to the high priest come together all the chief priests elders scribes
KJV: And  Jesus  away  to  the high priest:  and  were assembled  all  the chief priests  and  the elders  and  the scribes. 

Mark 14:55
Literal: - And the chief priests and all the Council were seeking against - Jesus testimony to - put to death Him but not they were finding [any]
KJV: And  the chief priests  and  all  the council  sought  for witness  against  Jesus  to  him  to death;  and  found  none. 

Mark 14:60
Literal: And having stood up the high priest in the midst he questioned - Jesus saying Not answer You nothing What [is it] these You testify against
KJV: And  the high priest  stood up  in  the midst,  and asked  Jesus,  saying,  Answerest  thou  nothing?  what  is it which these  witness 

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

Mark 14:67
Literal: and having seen - Peter warming himself having looked at him she says Also you with the Nazarene were - Jesus
KJV: And  Peter  warming himself,  she looked  upon him,  and said,  thou  also  with  Jesus  of Nazareth. 

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

Mark 15:1
Literal: And early in the morning a counsel having formed the chief priests with the elders scribes all the Council having bound - Jesus they led [Him] away delivered [Him] to Pilate
KJV: And  straightway  the morning  the chief priests  held  a consultation  with  the elders  and  scribes  and  the whole  council,  and bound  Jesus,  and carried him away,  and  delivered  him to Pilate. 

Mark 15:5
Literal: - But Jesus no longer nothing answered so as to amaze - Pilate
KJV: But  Jesus  yet  answered  nothing;  so  that Pilate  marvelled. 

Mark 15:15
Literal: - And Pilate desiring to the crowd that which [was] satisfactory to do released to them - Barabbas and he delivered Jesus having flogged [him] that He might be crucified
KJV: And  so Pilate,  willing  to content  the people,  released  Barabbas  unto them,  and  delivered  Jesus,  when he had scourged  him, to  be crucified. 

Mark 15:34
Literal: And at the ninth hour cried out - Jesus in a voice loud Eloi lema sabachthani Which is translated - God of Me to why have You forsaken Me
KJV: And  at the ninth  hour  Jesus  cried  with a loud  voice,  Eloi,  lama  sabachthani?  which  being interpreted,  God,  why  hast  thou forsaken 

Mark 15:37
Literal: - But Jesus having uttered a cry loud breathed His last
KJV: And  Jesus  cried  with a loud  voice,  and gave up the ghost. 

Mark 15:43
Literal: having come Joseph - from Arimathea a prominent Council member who also himself was waiting for the kingdom - of God having boldness went in to - Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus
KJV: Joseph  of  Arimathaea,  an honourable  counsellor,  which  also  waited  the kingdom  of God,  came,  and went in  boldly  unto  Pilate,  and  craved  the body  of Jesus. 

Mark 16:6
Literal: - And he says to them Not be amazed Jesus you seek the Nazarene the [One] having been crucified He is risen Not He is here Behold the place where they laid Him
KJV: And  he saith  unto them,  not  affrighted:  Ye seek  Jesus  of Nazareth,  which  was crucified:  he is risen;  not  here:  the place  where  they laid  him. 

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

Mark 16:20
Literal: They now having gone forth preached everywhere the Lord working with [them] and the word confirming by the accompanying signs all moreover - instructing - to - Peter promptly they reported with these himself - Jesus after that from east to west sent out through them the sacred imperishable preaching of eternal salvation Amen
KJV: And  they  went forth,  and preached  every where,  the Lord  working with  them, and  confirming  the word  with  signs  following.  Amen. 

Luke 1:31
Literal: and behold you will conceive in womb will bring forth a son you shall call the name of Him Jesus
KJV: And,  behold,  thou shalt conceive  in  thy womb,  and  bring forth  a son,  and  shalt call  his  name  JESUS. 

Luke 2:21
Literal: And when were fulfilled days eight - to circumcise Him then was called the name of Him Jesus which He had been called by the angel before was conceived He in the womb
KJV: And  when  eight  days  were accomplished  for the circumcising  his  name  was called  JESUS,  which  was so named  of  the angel  before  he  was conceived  in  the womb. 

Luke 2:27
Literal: And he came in the Spirit into the temple the [time when] were bringing in the parents child Jesus the [thing] were doing they according to that having become customary by the law for Him
KJV: And  he came  by  the Spirit  into  the temple:  and  when the parents  brought  in  the child  Jesus,  to do  for  him  after  the custom  of the law, 

Luke 2:43
Literal: and having completed the days in the returning of them remained behind Jesus the boy Jerusalem But not knew the parents of Him
KJV: And  when they had fulfilled  the days,  as  they  returned,  the child  Jesus  tarried behind  in  Jerusalem;  and  his  knew  not 

Luke 2:52
Literal: And Jesus continued to advance in - wisdom stature in favor with God men
KJV: And  Jesus  increased  in wisdom  and  stature,  and  in favour  with  God  and  man. 

Luke 3:21
Literal: It came to pass now in - having been baptized all the people and Jesus having been baptized having prayed was opened heaven
KJV: Now  when all  the people  were baptized,  it came to pass,  that Jesus  also  being baptized,  and  praying,  the heaven  was opened, 

Luke 3:23
Literal: And Himself was Jesus beginning about years [old] thirty being son as was supposed of Joseph - of Heli
KJV: And  Jesus  himself  began  about  thirty  years of age,  (as  was supposed  ) the son  of Joseph,  which was the son of Heli, 

Luke 3:29
Literal: - of Joshua of Eliezer of Jorim of Matthat of Levi
KJV: which was the son of Eliezer,  which was the son of Jorim,  which was the son of Matthat,  which was the son of Levi, 

Luke 4:1
Literal: Jesus then full of [the] Spirit Holy returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit into the wilderness
KJV: And  Jesus  being full  of the Holy  Ghost  returned  from  Jordan,  and  was led  by  the Spirit  the wilderness, 

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 4:8
Literal: And answering - Jesus said to him It has been written You shall worship [the] Lord - God of you Him only you shall serve
KJV: And  Jesus  answered  and said  unto him,  it is written,  Thou shalt worship  the Lord  God,  and  him  only  shalt thou serve. 

Luke 4:12
Literal: And answering said to him - Jesus - It has been said Not you shall test [the] Lord the God of you
KJV: And  Jesus  answering  said  unto him,  It is said,  not  tempt  the Lord  God. 

Luke 4:14
Literal: And returned - Jesus in the power of the Spirit to - Galilee a report went out into all the surrounding region concerning Him
KJV: And  Jesus  returned  in  the power  of the Spirit  into  Galilee:  and  there went out  a fame  of  him  through  all  the region round about. 

Luke 4:34
Literal: Ha What to us and to You Jesus of Nazareth Are You come to destroy us I know You who are the Holy [One] - of God
KJV: Let us alone;  what  thou Jesus  of Nazareth?  art thou come  to destroy  I know  who  the Holy One  of God. 

Luke 4:35
Literal: And rebuked him - Jesus saying Be silent come forth out of him having thrown him the demon into the midst it came out from in nothing having hurt him
KJV: And  Jesus  rebuked  him,  saying,  Hold thy peace,  and  come  him.  And  when the devil  had thrown  him  in  the midst,  he came  out of  him,  and hurt  him  not. 

Luke 5:8
Literal: Having seen now Simon Peter fell at the knees of Jesus saying Depart from me for a man sinful am I Lord
KJV: When  Simon  Peter  it, he fell down at  Jesus'  knees,  saying,  Depart  from  for  I am  a sinful  man,  O Lord. 

Luke 5:10
Literal: likewise now also James and John [the] sons of Zebedee who were partners - with Simon said to - Simon - Jesus Not fear from - now on men you will be catching
KJV: And  so  was also  James,  and  John,  the sons  of Zebedee,  which  partners  with Simon.  And  Jesus  said  unto  Simon,  Fear  not;  from  henceforth  catch  men. 

Luke 5:12
Literal: And it came to pass in - being His one of the cities that behold a man full of leprosy having seen then - Jesus having fallen upon [his] face begged Him saying Lord if You would be willing You are able me to cleanse
KJV: And  it came to pass,  when he  in  city,  behold  a man  full  of leprosy:  who  Jesus  fell  on  his face,  and besought  him,  saying,  Lord,  if  thou wilt,  thou canst  clean. 

Luke 5:19
Literal: And not having found what way they should bring in him on account of the crowd having gone up on the housetop through the tiles they let down with the mat into midst before - Jesus
KJV: And  not  find  by  what  him  in  because  of the multitude,  they went  upon  the housetop,  him  down  through  the tiling  with  his couch  into  the midst  before  Jesus. 

Luke 5:22
Literal: Having known now - Jesus the reasonings of them answering He said to them Why reason you in the hearts of you
KJV: But  when Jesus  perceived  their  thoughts,  he answering  said  unto  them,  What  reason ye  in  hearts? 

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 5:34
Literal: - And Jesus said to them Not are you able the sons of the bridechamber in which [time] the bridegroom with them is to make to fast
KJV: And  he said  unto  them,  Can ye  make  the children  of the bridechamber  fast,  while  the bridegroom  with  them? 

Luke 6:3
Literal: And answering to them said - Jesus Not even this have you read that which did David when was hungry he himself those who with him were
KJV: And  Jesus  answering  them  said,  read  so much as  what  David  did,  himself  was an hungred,  and  they which  with  him; 

Luke 6:9
Literal: Said then - Jesus to them I ask you whether it is lawful on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil Life to save to destroy
KJV: said  Jesus  unto  them,  I will ask  Is it lawful  on the sabbath days  to do good,  or  to do evil?  to save  life,  or  to destroy 

Luke 6:11
Literal: They themselves then were filled with rage and were discussing with one another what - they might do - to Jesus
KJV: And  they  were filled  with madness;  and  communed  one with another  what  they might do  to Jesus. 

Luke 7:3
Literal: Having heard then about - Jesus he sent to Him elders of the Jews begging that having come He might save the servant of him
KJV: And  when he heard  of  Jesus,  he sent  unto  him  the elders  of the Jews,  beseeching  him  that  he would come  and heal  his  servant. 

Luke 7:4
Literal: - And having come to - Jesus they were begging Him earnestly saying that Worthy he is to whom You will grant this
KJV: And  when they came  to  Jesus,  they besought  him  instantly,  saying,  That  worthy  for whom  he should do 

Luke 7:6
Literal: - And Jesus was going with them Already then He not far being distant from the house sent friends the centurion saying to Him Lord not trouble Yourself for worthy I am that under the roof of me You should come
KJV: Then  Jesus  went  with  them.  And  when he  was  now  not  far  from  the house,  the centurion  sent  friends  him,  saying  unto him,  Lord,  not  thyself:  for  I am  not  worthy  that  thou shouldest enter  under  roof: 

Luke 7:9
Literal: Having heard then these things - Jesus marveled at him and having turned to the following Him crowd He said I say to you not even in - Israel such great faith did I find
KJV: When  Jesus  heard  he marvelled  at him,  and  turned him about,  and said  unto the people  that followed  him,  I say  I have not found  so great  faith,  no, not  in  Israel. 

Luke 7:40
Literal: And answering - Jesus said to him Simon I have to you something to say And Teacher say [it] he says
KJV: And  Jesus  answering  said  unto  him,  Simon,  I have  somewhat  to say  And  he saith,  Master,  say on. 

Luke 8:28
Literal: Having seen then - Jesus having cried out he fell down before Him and in a voice loud said What to me to You Jesus Son - of God the Most High I implore of You not me You might torment
KJV: When  Jesus,  he cried out,  and  fell down before  him,  and  with a loud  voice  said,  What  to do with  Jesus,  thou Son  of God  most high?  I beseech  torment  not. 

Luke 8:30
Literal: Asked now him - Jesus What your name is And he said Legion because were entered demons many into him
KJV: And  Jesus  asked  him,  What  name?  And  he said,  Legion:  because  many  devils  were entered  into  him. 

Luke 8:35
Literal: They went out then to see that having taken place and they came to - Jesus found sitting the man from whom the demons had gone out clothed being of sound mind at the feet - of Jesus they were afraid
KJV: Then  they went out  what was done;  and  came  to  Jesus,  and  found  the man,  out of  whom  the devils  were departed,  sitting  at  the feet  of Jesus,  clothed,  and  in his right mind:  and  they were afraid. 

Luke 8:39
Literal: Return to the house of you and relate all that for you has done - God he departed through all the city proclaiming had done for him Jesus
KJV: Return  to  house,  and  shew  how great things  God  hath done  And  he went his way,  and published  throughout  the whole  city  how great things  Jesus  had done  unto him. 

Luke 8:40
Literal: When then - returned - Jesus received Him the crowd they were for all looking for Him
KJV: And  that, when  Jesus  was returned,  the people  gladly received  him:  for  all  waiting for  him. 

Luke 8:41
Literal: And behold came a man whose name [was] Jairus he a ruler of the synagogue was having fallen at the feet - of Jesus he began begging Him to come to the house of him
KJV: And,  behold,  there came  a man  named  Jairus,  and  he  was  a ruler  of the synagogue:  and  he fell down  at  Jesus'  feet,  and besought  him  that he would come  into  his  house: 

Luke 8:45
Literal: And said - Jesus Who [is] the [one] having touched Me Were denying [it] however all Peter Master the people surround You press in And you say Who has touched me
KJV: And  Jesus  said,  Who  touched  When  all  denied,  Peter  and  said,  Master,  the multitude  throng  and  press  thee, and  sayest  thou, Who  touched 

Luke 8:46
Literal: - But Jesus said Touched Me someone I for know power has gone out from Me
KJV: And  Jesus  said,  Somebody  hath touched  for  perceive  that virtue  is gone  out of 

Luke 8:50
Literal: - But Jesus having heard answered him Not fear only believe and she will be saved
KJV: But  when Jesus  heard  it, he answered  him,  Fear  not:  believe  only,  and  she shall be made whole. 

Luke 9:33
Literal: And it came to pass in the departing of them from Him said - Peter to - Jesus Master good it is for us here to be also let us make tabernacles three one for You for Moses for Elijah not knowing what he is saying
KJV: And  it came to pass,  as  they  departed  from  him,  Peter  said  unto  Jesus,  Master,  good  here:  and  let us make  three  tabernacles;  and  Moses,  and  Elias:  not  knowing  what  he said. 

Luke 9:36
Literal: And as - occurred the voice was found Jesus alone they were silent to no one they told in those the days anything of what they had seen
KJV: And  when the voice  was past,  Jesus  was found  alone.  And  they  kept it close,  and  told  no man  in  those  days  any  of those things which  they had seen. 

Luke 9:41
Literal: Answering now - Jesus said O generation unbelieving and perverted until when will I be with you bear with you Bring here the son of you
KJV: And  Jesus  answering  said,  faithless  and  perverse  generation,  how  long  with  and  suffer  Bring  son  hither. 

Luke 9:42
Literal: While then he was coming near of him threw down him the demon and threw [him] into convulsions Rebuked - Jesus the spirit - unclean healed the boy gave back to father
KJV: And  as he  yet  a coming,  the devil  him  down,  and  tare  him. And  Jesus  rebuked  the unclean  spirit,  and  healed  the child,  and  him  again  to his  father. 

Luke 9:47
Literal: - But Jesus having known the reasoning of the heart of them having taken hold of a child set it by Him
KJV: And  Jesus,  perceiving  the thought  of their  heart,  took  a child,  and set  him  by  him, 

Luke 9:50
Literal: Said then to him - Jesus Not forbid whoever for not is against you for is
KJV: Jesus  said  unto  him,  Forbid  him not:  for  he  not  against  for 

Luke 9:58
Literal: And said to him - Jesus The foxes holes have the birds of the air nests but the Son - of Man not has where the head He might lay
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto him,  Foxes  have  holes,  and  birds  of the air  have nests;  but  the Son  of man  hath  not  where  to lay  his head. 

Luke 9:62
Literal: Said then to him - Jesus No one having laid the hand upon [the] plow and looking on the things behind fit is for the kingdom - of God
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto  him,  No man,  having put  his  hand  to  the plough,  and  looking  back,  fit  for  the kingdom  of God. 

Luke 10:29
Literal: - But desiring to justify himself he said to - Jesus And who is my neighbor
KJV: But  he, willing  to justify  himself,  said  unto  Jesus,  And  who  neighbour? 

Luke 10:30
Literal: Having taken [it] up then - Jesus said A man certain was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho and robbers fell among who both having stripped him wounds having inflicted went away having left [him] half dead
KJV: And  Jesus  answering  said,  A certain  man  went down  from  Jerusalem  to  Jericho,  and  fell among  thieves,  which  him  of his raiment,  and  wounded  him, and departed,  leaving  him half dead. 

Luke 10:37
Literal: - And he said The [one] having shown - compassion toward him Said then to him Jesus Go and you do likewise
KJV: And  he said,  He that shewed  mercy  on  him.  said  Jesus  unto him,  Go,  and  do  thou  likewise. 

Luke 13:12
Literal: Having seen then her - Jesus called [her] near and said to her Woman you have been freed from the sickness of you
KJV: And  when Jesus  her,  he called  her to him, and  said  unto her,  Woman,  thou art loosed  infirmity. 

Luke 13:14
Literal: Answering now the ruler of the synagogue indignant because on the Sabbath had healed - Jesus he was saying to the crowd - Six days there are in which it behooves to work these therefore coming be healed and not on the day of the Sabbath
KJV: And  the ruler of the synagogue  answered  with indignation,  because  that Jesus  had healed  on the sabbath  unto the people,  six  days  in  which  men ought  to work:  in  therefore  come  and be healed,  and  not  on the sabbath  day. 

Luke 14:3
Literal: And answering - Jesus spoke to the lawyers to [the] Pharisees saying Is it lawful on the Sabbath to heal or not
KJV: And  Jesus  answering  spake  unto  the lawyers  and  Pharisees,  saying,  lawful  to heal  on the sabbath day? 

Luke 17:13
Literal: And they lifted up [their] voice saying Jesus Master have compassion on us
KJV: And  they  lifted up  their voices,  and said,  Jesus,  Master,  have mercy 

Luke 17:17
Literal: Having answered then - Jesus said Not the ten were cleansed - But the nine are where
KJV: And  Jesus  answering  said,  not  ten  cleansed?  but  where  are the nine? 

Luke 18:16
Literal: - But Jesus having called to [Him] them said Permit the little children to come to Me and not do forbid them of the for such is the kingdom - of God
KJV: But  Jesus  called  them  Suffer  little children  to come  unto  and  forbid  them  not:  for  of such  the kingdom  of God. 

Luke 18:19
Literal: Said then to him - Jesus Why Me call you good No one [is] good if not alone God
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto him,  Why  callest thou  good?  none  is good,  one,  that is, God. 

Luke 18:22
Literal: Having heard then - Jesus said to him Yet one thing to you is lacking All as much as you have sell and distribute to [the] poor you will have treasure in the heavens come follow Me
KJV: Now  when Jesus  heard  he said  unto him,  Yet  lackest  one  thing: sell  all  that  thou hast,  and  distribute  unto the poor,  and  thou shalt have  treasure  in  heaven:  and  come,  follow 

Luke 18:24
Literal: Having seen then him - Jesus sorrowful became saying How difficultly those - riches having into the kingdom - of God shall enter
KJV: And  when Jesus  that he  was  very sorrowful,  he said,  How  hardly  that have  riches  into  the kingdom  of God! 

Luke 18:37
Literal: They told then him - Jesus of Nazareth is passing by
KJV: And  they told  him,  that  Jesus  of Nazareth  passeth by. 

Luke 18:38
Literal: And he called out saying Jesus Son of David have mercy on me
KJV: And  he cried,  saying,  Jesus,  thou Son  of David,  have mercy 

Luke 18:40
Literal: Having stopped then - Jesus commanded him to be brought to Him Having drawn near him He asked
KJV: And  Jesus  stood,  and commanded  him  to be brought  unto  him:  and  when he  was come near,  he asked  him, 

Luke 18:42
Literal: And - Jesus said to him Receive sight The faith of you has healed you
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto him,  Receive thy sight:  faith  hath saved 

Luke 19:3
Literal: And he was seeking to see - Jesus who He is not he was able because of the crowd because - in stature small he was
KJV: And  he sought  Jesus  who  and  could  not  for  the press,  because  little  of stature. 

Luke 19:5
Literal: And as He came to the place having looked up - Jesus said to him Zacchaeus having hurried come down today for in the house of you it behooves Me to stay
KJV: And  when  Jesus  came  to  the place,  he looked up,  him,  and  said  unto  him,  Zacchaeus,  make haste,  and come down;  for  to day  must  abide  at  house. 

Luke 19:9
Literal: Said then to him - Jesus - Today salvation to the house this has come because also he a son of Abraham is
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto  him,  This day  salvation  come  house,  forsomuch as  he  also  a son  of Abraham. 

Luke 19:35
Literal: And they led it to - Jesus having cast their - garments on the colt they put on [it]
KJV: And  they brought  him  to  Jesus:  and  garments  upon  the colt,  and  Jesus  thereon. 

Luke 20:8
Literal: And - Jesus said to them Neither I tell you by what authority these things I am doing
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto them,  Neither  tell  by  what  authority  I do 

Luke 20:34
Literal: And said to them - Jesus The sons of the age this marry are given in marriage
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto them,  The children  world  marry,  and 

Luke 22:47
Literal: While still of Him speaking behold a crowd and he who is called Judas one of the Twelve was going before them he drew near - to Jesus to kiss Him
KJV: while he  yet  spake,  behold  a multitude,  and  he that was called  Judas,  one  of the twelve,  went before  them,  and  drew near  unto Jesus  to kiss  him. 

Luke 22:48
Literal: Jesus then