Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 2962

Word info for κύριος

Root: κύριος
Strongs Number: 2962
Transliteration: [kurios]
Phonetics: koo·ree·os
Etymology: From kuros (supremacy)
Parts of Speech: n m.
Twot:
Sense: he to whom a person or thing belongs, about which he has power of deciding; master, lord (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:


   1 he to whom a person or thing belongs, about which he has power of deciding; master, lord.
      1a the possessor and disposer of a thing.
         1a1 the owner; one who has control of the person, the master.
         1a2 in the state: the sovereign, prince, chief, the Roman emperor.
      1b is a title of honour expressive of respect and reverence, with which servants salute their master.
      1c this title is given to: God, the Messiah.
      Additional Information: For synonyms see entry 1203, despotes.
      See entry 5830 for comparison of synonyms.
      

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G2962

Κυρίου, κυρίου, Κύριον, Κυρίῳ, κυρίοις, Κύριε, κύριον, κύριος, κύριε, κυρίῳ, Κύριος, 〈κύριε〉, κύριός, Κύριός, ‹Κύριε›, κύριοι, Κύριόν, Κύριοι, Κυριος, Κυρίου», ΚΥΡΙΟΣ, Κύριέ

All words for strongs number G2962 :

Word Occurance
Κυρίου 209
Κύριος 122
Κύριε 107
Κυρίῳ 81
Κύριον 60
κύριος 29
κυρίου 14
Κύριός 7
κυρίοις 5
κύριοι 5
κύριε 4
κυρίῳ 4
κύριον 4
κύριός 3
ΚΥΡΙΟΣ 2
Κυριος 1
Κυρίου» 1
〈κύριε〉 1
Κύριοι 1
Κύριόν 1
‹Κύριε› 1
Κύριέ 1

How strongs number G2962 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
lord 405
[the] lord 99
of [the] lord 55
master 42
the lord 15
sir 14
masters 9
lord [is] 4
of the lord 2
[the] lord [is] 2
lord’s 1
from [the] lord 1
our lord 1
[is] lord 1
[as] lord 1
[though] owner 1
the lord’s [is] 1
sirs 1
lords 1
to [the] lord 1
[my] lord 1
of lord 1
of [the] lord’s 1
of [the] lord [is] 1
for [the] lord 1
o lord 1

Two strong number together

G2962 G3754
G2962 G1487
G2962 G1487
G2962 G3754

Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 24:48 My lord tarrieth [χρονιζει μου ο κυριος]
That is the temptation and to give way to indulge in fleshly appetites or to pride of superior intellect. Within a generation scoffers will be asking where is the promise of the coming of Christ (2 Peter 3:4). They will forget that God‘s clock is not like our clock and that a day with the Lord may be a thousand years or a thousand years as one day (2 Peter 3:8). [source]
Matthew 21:3 The Lord [ο κυριος]
It is not clear how the word would be understood here by those who heard the message though it is plain that Jesus applies it to himself. The word is from κυρος — kuros power or authority. In the lxx it is common in a variety of uses which appear in the N.T. as master of the slave (Matthew 10:24), of the harvest (Matthew 9:38), of the vineyard (Matthew 20:8), of the emperor (Acts 13:27), of God (Matthew 1:20; Matthew 11:25), and often of Jesus as the Messiah (Acts 10:36). Note Matthew 8:25. This is the only time in Matthew where the words ο κυριος — ho kurios are applied to Jesus except the doubtful passage in Matthew 28:6. A similar usage is shown by Moulton and Milligan‘s Vocabulary and Deissmann‘s Light from the Ancient East. Particularly in Egypt it was applied to “the Lord Serapis” and Ptolemy and Cleopatra are called “the lords, the most great gods” Even Herod the Great and Herod Agrippa I are addressed as “Lord King.” In the west the Roman emperors are not so termed till the time of Domitian. But the Christians boldly claimed the word for Christ as Jesus is here represented as using it with reference to himself. It seems as if already the disciples were calling Jesus “Lord” and that he accepted the appellative and used it as here. [source]
Mark 11:3 The Lord [ο Κυριος]
So Matt. and Luke. See note on Matthew 21:3 for discussion of this word applied to Jesus by himself. [source]
Luke 7:13 The Lord saw her [ιδων αυτην ο κυριος]
The Lord of Life confronts death (Plummer) and Luke may use Κυριος — Kurios here purposely. [source]
Luke 11:39 The Lord [ο κυριος]
The Lord Jesus plainly and in the narrative portion of Luke. [source]
Luke 13:15 The Lord answered him [απεκριτη δε αυτωι ο Κυριος]
Note use of “the Lord” of Jesus again in Luke‘s narrative. Jesus answered the ruler of the synagogue who had spoken to the crowd, but about Jesus. It was a crushing and overwhelming reply. [source]
Luke 16:8 His lord commended [επηινεσεν ο κυριος]
The steward‘s lord praised him though he himself had been wronged again (see Luke 16:1 “wasting his goods”). [source]
Luke 22:61 The Lord turned [στραπεις ο κυριος]
Second aorist passive participle of στρεπω — strephō coming verb. Graphic picture drawn by Luke alone. [source]
John 20:28 My Lord and my God [ο κυριος μου και ο τεος μου]
Not exclamation, but address, the vocative case though the form of the nominative, a very common thing in the Koiné. Thomas was wholly convinced and did not hesitate to address the Risen Christ as Lord and God. And Jesus accepts the words and praises Thomas for so doing. [source]
John 21:7 It is the Lord [ο κυριος εστιν]
John‘s quick insight appears again. Girt his coat about him First aorist middle (indirect) indicative with which note διεζωσεν εαυτον — diezōsen heauton in John 13:4. Apparently Peter threw on the upper garment or linen blouse (επενδυτην — ependutēn) worn by fishers over his waistcloth and tucked it under his girdle. [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 10:36 He is Lord of all [ουτος εστιν παντων κυριος]
A triumphant parenthesis that Peter throws in as the reason for his new truth. Jesus Christ is Lord of all, both Jews and Gentiles. [source]
Acts 13:47 For so hath the Lord commanded us [ουτως γαρ εντεταλται ημιν ο κυριος]
Perfect middle indicative of εντελλω — entellō poetic (Pindar) and late verb to enjoin (Acts 1:2). The command of the Lord Paul finds in Isaiah 49:6 quoted by Simeon also (Luke 2:32). The conviction of Paul‘s mind was now made clear by the fact of the rejection by the Jews. He could now see more clearly the words of the prophet about the Gentiles: The Messiah is declared by God in Isaiah to be “a light to the Gentiles” So Paul is carrying out the will of God in turning to the Gentiles. He will still appeal to the Jews elsewhere as they allow him to do so, but not here. [source]
Acts 17:24 Being Lord of heaven and earth [ουρανου και γης υπαρχων κυριος]
Κυριος — Kurios here owner, absolute possessor of both heaven and earth (Isaiah 45:7), not of just parts. [source]
Acts 23:11 The Lord [ο κυριος]
Jesus. Paul never needed Jesus more than now. On a previous occasion the whole church prayed for Peter‘s release (Acts 12:5), but Paul clearly had no such grip on the church as that, though he had been kindly welcomed (Acts 21:18). In every crisis Jesus appears to him (cf. Acts 18:9). It looked dark for Paul till Jesus spoke. Once before in Jerusalem Jesus spoke words of cheer (Acts 22:18). Then he was told to leave Jerusalem. Now he is to have “cheer” or “courage” Jesus used this very word to others (Matthew 9:2, Matthew 9:22; Mark 10:49). It is a brave word. Thou hast testified (διεμαρτυρω — diemarturō). First aorist middle indicative second person singular of διαμαρτυρομαι — diamarturomai strong word (See note on Acts 22:18). Must thou That is the needed word and on this Paul leans. His hopes (Acts 19:21) of going to Rome will not be in vain. He can bide Christ‘s time now. And Jesus has approved his witness in Jerusalem. [source]
Romans 10:12 Lord of all [Κυριος παντων]
See Galatians 3:28. Rich (πλουτων — ploutōn). Present active participle of πλουτεω — plouteō See note on Ephesians 3:8 “the unsearchable riches of Christ.” [source]
1 Corinthians 3:5 As the Lord gave to him [ως ο Κυριος εδωκεν]
Hence no minister of the Lord like Apollos and Paul has any basis for pride or conceit nor should be made the occasion for faction and strife. This idea Paul enlarges upon through chapters 1 Corinthians 3; 4 and it is made plain in chapter 1 Corinthians 12. [source]
1 Corinthians 4:5 Until the Lord come [εως αν ελτηι ο κυριος]
Common idiom of εως — heōs and the aorist subjunctive with or without αν — an for a future event. Simple futurity, but held forth as a glorious hope, the Second Coming of the Lord Jesus as Judge. Who will both bring to light (ος και πωτισει — hos kai phōtisei). Future indicative of this late verb (in papyri also) from πως — phōs (light), to turn the light on the hidden things of darkness. And make manifest (Ionic and late) causative verb πανεροω — phaneroō from πανερος — phaneros By turning on the light the counsels of all hearts stand revealed. His praise (ο επαινος — ho epainos). The praise (note article) due him from God (Romans 2:29) will come to each then (τοτε — tote) and not till then. Meanwhile Paul will carry on and wait for the praise from God. [source]
1 Corinthians 4:19 If the Lord will [εαν ο κυριος τελησηι]
Third-class condition. See James 4:15; Acts 18:21; 1 Corinthians 16:7 for the use of this phrase. It should represent one‘s constant attitude, though not always to be spoken aloud. [source]
1 Corinthians 7:10 Not I, but the Lord [ουκ εγω αλλα ο κυριος]
Paul had no commands from Jesus to the unmarried (men or women), but Jesus had spoken to the married (husbands and wives) as in Matthew 5:31.; Matthew 19:3-12; Mark 10:9-12; Luke 16:18. The Master had spoken plain words about divorce. Paul reenforces his own inspired command by the command of Jesus. In Mark 10:9 we have from Christ: “What therefore God joined together let not man put asunder” (μη χοριζετω — mē chorizetō). [source]
1 Corinthians 6:13 But the body is not for fornication, but for the Lord, and the Lord for the body [το δε σωμα ου τηι πορνειαι αλλα τωι κυριωι και ο κυριος τωι σωματι]
Paul here boldly shows the fallacy in the parallel about appetite of the belly for food. The human body has a higher mission than the mere gratification of sensual appetite. Sex is of God for the propagation of the race, not for prostitution. Paul had already stated that God dwells in us as the sanctuary of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 3:16.). This higher function of the body he here puts forward against the debased Greek philosophy of the time which ignored completely Paul‘s idea, “the body for the Lord and the Lord for the body” (dative of personal interest in both cases). “The Lord Jesus and πορνεια — porneia contested for the bodies of Christian men; loyal to him they must renounce that, yielding to that they renounce him” (Findlay). [source]
1 Corinthians 7:12 But to the rest say I, not the Lord [τοις δε λοιποις λεγω εγω ουχ ο Κυριος]
Paul has no word about marriage from Jesus beyond the problem of divorce. This is no disclaimer of inspiration. He simply means that here he is not quoting a command of Jesus. [source]
1 Corinthians 7:17 As the Lord hath distributed to each man [εκαστωι ως μεμερικεν ο κυριος]
Perfect active indicative of μεριζω — merizō old verb from μερος — meros apart. Each has his lot from the Lord Jesus, has his call from God. He is not to seek a rupture of the marriage relation if the unbeliever does not ask for it. And so ordain I (και ουτως διατασσομαι — kai houtōs diatassomai). Military term, old word, to arrange in all the churches (distributed, δια — diȧ). Paul is conscious of authoritative leadership as the apostle of Christ to the Gentiles. [source]
1 Corinthians 8:6 Lord [Κυριος]
(Κυριος — Kurios) and not [source]
1 Corinthians 9:14 Even so did the Lord ordain [ουτως και ο Κυριος διεταχεν]
Just as God gave orders about the priests in the temple, so did the Lord Jesus give orders for those who preach the gospel to live out of the gospel Evidently Paul was familiar with the words of Jesus in Matthew 10:10; Luke 10:7. either in oral or written form. He has made his argument for the minister‘s salary complete for all time. [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 Corinthians 16:7 If the Lord permit [εαν ο Κυριος επιτρεπσηι]
Condition of the third class. Paul did everything εν Κυριωι — en Kuriōi (Cf. Acts 18:21). [source]
2 Corinthians 3:17 Now the Lord is the Spirit [ο δε Κυριος το πνευμα εστιν]
Some, like E. F. Scott (The Spirit in the N.T.), take Κυριος — Kurios here to be Christ and interpret Paul as denying the personality of the Holy Spirit, identifying Christ and the Holy Spirit. But is not Bernard right here in taking Κυριος — Kurios (Lord) in the same sense here as in Exodus 34:34 Christ dwells in us by the Holy Spirit, but the language here in 2 Corinthians 3:17 should not be pressed unduly (Plummer. See also P. Gardner, The Religious Experience of St. Paul, p. 176f.). Note “the Spirit of the Lord” here. [source]
2 Corinthians 6:17 Saith the Lord [λεγει Κυριος]
Isaiah 52:5; Ezekiel 20:33. Cf. Revelation 18:4. [source]
2 Corinthians 6:18 Saith the Lord Almighty [λεγει Κυριος παντοκρατωρ]
2 Samuel 7:8. This use of εις — eis is a Hebraism for Hebrew le instead of predicate nominative. Παντοκρατωρ — Pantokratōr (πασ κρατεω — pāskrateō Ruler of all) is common in the lxx. Occurs also in the inscriptions and papyri. In the N.T. only here and in Revelation. [source]
Ephesians 4:5 One Lord [εις Κυριος]
The Lord Jesus Christ and he alone (no series of aeons). [source]
Ephesians 6:9 Both their Master and yours [και αυτων και υμων ο κυριος]
He says to “the lords” “By the side of him (God).” [source]
Philippians 2:11 Lord [Κυριος]
Peter (Acts 2:36) claimed that God made Christ “Lord.” See also 1 Corinthians 8:6; 1 Corinthians 12:3; Romans 10:9. Kennedy laments that the term Lord has become one of the most lifeless in the Christian vocabulary, whereas it really declares the true character and dignity of Jesus Christ and “is the basis and the object of worship.” [source]
Colossians 3:13 Even as the Lord [κατως και ο Κυριος]
Some MSS. read Χριστος — Christos for Κυριος — Kurios But Christ‘s forgiveness of us is here made the reason for our forgiveness of others. See note on Matthew 6:12 and Matthew 6:14. where our forgiveness of others is made by Jesus a prerequisite to our obtaining forgiveness from God. [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]
1 Thessalonians 3:12 The Lord [ο Κυριος]
The Lord Jesus. Paul prays to Christ. [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]
2 Thessalonians 3:3 But the Lord is faithful [πιστος δε εστιν ο κυριος]
(πιστος δε εστιν ο κυριος — pistos de estin ho kurios). [source]
2 Thessalonians 3:16 The Lord of peace himself [αυτος ο κυριος της ειρηνης]
See note on 1 Thessalonians 5:23 for the God of peace himself. [source]
2 Timothy 4:17 But the Lord stood by me [ο δε κυριος μοι παρεστη]
Second aorist active of παριστημι — paristēmi (intransitive use), “took his stand by my side.” See note on Romans 16:2. Clearly Jesus appeared to Paul now at this crisis and climax as he had done so many times before. [source]
James 4:15 If the Lord will [εαν ο κυριος τεληι]
Condition of the third class with εαν — ean and the present active subjunctive (or first aorist active τελεσηι — thelesēi in some MSS). The proper attitude of mind (Acts 18:21; 1 Corinthians 4:19; 1 Corinthians 16:7; Romans 1:19; Philemon 2:19, Philemon 2:24; Hebrews 6:3), not to be uttered always in words like a charm. This Hellenistic formula was common among the ancient heathen, as today among modern Arabs like the Latin deo volente.This or that (τουτο η εκεινο — touto ē ekeino). Applicable to every act. [source]
James 5:15 The Lord shall raise him up [εγερει αυτον ο κυριος]
Future active of εγειρω — egeirō Precious promise, but not for a professional “faith-healer” who scoffs at medicine and makes merchandise out of prayer.And if he have committed sins (καν αμαρτιας ηι πεποιηκως — kan hamartias ēi pepoiēkōs). Periphrastic perfect active subjunctive (unusual idiom) with και εαν — kai ean (crasis καν — kan) in condition of third class. Supposing that he has committed sins as many sick people have (Mark 2:5.; John 5:14; John 9:2.; 1 Corinthians 11:30).It shall be forgiven him Future passive of απιημι — aphiēmi (impersonal passive as in Matthew 7:2, Matthew 7:7; Romans 10:10). Not in any magical way, not because his sickness has been healed, not without change of heart and turning to God through Christ. Much is assumed here that is not expressed. [source]
2 Peter 2:9 The Lord knoweth how [οιδεν κυριος]
The actual apodosis of the long protasis begun in 2 Peter 2:4. God can deliver his servants as shown by Noah and Lot and he will deliver you. The idiomatic use of οιδα — oida and the infinitive (ρυεσται — ruesthai present middle and see 2 Peter 2:7) for knowing how as in Matthew 7:11; James 4:17. [source]
Jude 1:9 The Lord rebuke thee [επιτιμησαι σοι κυριος]
First aorist active optative of επιτιμαω — epitimaō a wish about the future. These words occur in Zechariah 3:1-10 where the angel of the Lord replies to the charges of Satan. Clement of Alex. (Adumb. in Ep. Judae) says that Jude quoted here the Assumption of Moses, one of the apocryphal books. Origen says the same thing. Mayor thinks that the author of the Assumption of Moses took these words from Zechariah and put them in the mouth of the Archangel Michael. There is a Latin version of the Assumption. Some date it as early as b.c. 2, others after a.d. 44. [source]
Revelation 1:8 The Lord God [Κυριος ο τεος]
“The Lord the God.” Common phrase in Ezekiel (Ezekiel 6:3, Ezekiel 6:11; Ezekiel 7:2, etc.) and in this book (Revelation 4:8; Revelation 11:17; Revelation 15:3; Revelation 16:7; Revelation 19:6; Revelation 21:22). See Revelation 1:4; Revelation 4:8 for the triple use of ο — ho etc. to express the eternity of God.The Almighty (ο παντοκρατωρ — ho pantokratōr). Late compound (πας — pās and κρατεω — krateō), in Cretan inscription and a legal papyrus, common in lxx and Christian papyri, in N.T. only in 2 Corinthians 6:18 and Revelation 1:8; Revelation 4:8; Revelation 11:17; Revelation 15:3; Revelation 16:7, Revelation 16:14; Revelation 19:6, Revelation 19:15; Revelation 21:22. [source]
Revelation 4:11 Our Lord and our God [ο κυριος και ο τεος ημων]
The nominative form here used as vocative as in John 20:28 and often. [source]
Revelation 17:14 For he is Lord of lords and King of kings [οτι Κυριος κυριων εστιν και ασιλευς βασιλεων]
The same words are again descriptive of Christ in Revelation 19:16, as of God in Deuteronomy 10:17 (God of gods and Lord of lords) and Daniel 10:17 (God of gods and Lord of kings). Cf. also 1 Timothy 6:15; Revelation 1:5. Crowned heads are Christ‘s subjects.And they also shall overcome that are with him (και οι μετ αυτου — kai hoi met' autou). “And those with him shall also overcome” (supply νικησουσιν — nikēsousin not εισιν — eisin). They will share in the triumph of the Lamb, as they shared in the conflict. Cf. μετα του τηριου — meta tou thēriou in Revelation 17:12.Called and chosen and faithful These are the three notes of those who share in the victory. For κλητος — klētos and εκλεκτος — eklektos see Matthew 22:14 (contrasted); Romans 8:28.; 2 Peter 1:10; Revelation 2:10, Revelation 2:13. The elect are called and prove faithful. [source]
Revelation 19:6 The Lord our God, the Almighty [Κυριοσ ο τεοσ ο παντοκρατωρ]
For this designation of God see also Revelation 1:8; Revelation 4:8; Revelation 11:17; Revelation 15:3; Revelation 16:7, Revelation 16:14; Revelation 19:15; Revelation 21:22. Cf. deus et dominus noster used of the Roman emperor. [source]
Revelation 19:16 King of kings, and Lord of lords [ασιλευς βασιλεων και Κυριος κυριων]
The title already given to the Lamb in Revelation 17:14, but in reverse order. See the same idea in 1 Timothy 6:15. [source]
Revelation 21:22 For the Lord God the Almighty, and the Lamb are the temple thereof [ο γαρ Κυριος ο τεος ο παντοκρατωρ ναος αυτης εστιν και το αρνιον]
“For the Lord God, the Almighty, is the sanctuary of it and the Lamb.” The Eternal Presence is the Shekinah Glory of God (Revelation 21:3). In 2 Corinthians 6:16 we are the sanctuary of God here, but now God is our Sanctuary, and so is the Lamb as in chapters Revelation 4:1-11; Revelation 5:1-14. See Revelation 1:8 and often for the description of God here. [source]

Greek Commentary Content Search

Matthew 21:3 The Lord [ο κυριος]
It is not clear how the word would be understood here by those who heard the message though it is plain that Jesus applies it to himself. The word is from κυρος — kuros power or authority. In the lxx it is common in a variety of uses which appear in the N.T. as master of the slave (Matthew 10:24), of the harvest (Matthew 9:38), of the vineyard (Matthew 20:8), of the emperor (Acts 13:27), of God (Matthew 1:20; Matthew 11:25), and often of Jesus as the Messiah (Acts 10:36). Note Matthew 8:25. This is the only time in Matthew where the words ο κυριος — ho kurios are applied to Jesus except the doubtful passage in Matthew 28:6. A similar usage is shown by Moulton and Milligan‘s Vocabulary and Deissmann‘s Light from the Ancient East. Particularly in Egypt it was applied to “the Lord Serapis” and Ptolemy and Cleopatra are called “the lords, the most great gods” Even Herod the Great and Herod Agrippa I are addressed as “Lord King.” In the west the Roman emperors are not so termed till the time of Domitian. But the Christians boldly claimed the word for Christ as Jesus is here represented as using it with reference to himself. It seems as if already the disciples were calling Jesus “Lord” and that he accepted the appellative and used it as here. [source]
Luke 7:13 The Lord saw her [ιδων αυτην ο κυριος]
The Lord of Life confronts death (Plummer) and Luke may use Κυριος — Kurios here purposely. [source]
Acts 17:24 Being Lord of heaven and earth [ουρανου και γης υπαρχων κυριος]
Κυριος — Kurios here owner, absolute possessor of both heaven and earth (Isaiah 45:7), not of just parts. [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 Corinthians 8:6 Lord [Κυριος]
(Κυριος — Kurios) and not [source]
2 Corinthians 3:17 Now the Lord is the Spirit [ο δε Κυριος το πνευμα εστιν]
Some, like E. F. Scott (The Spirit in the N.T.), take Κυριος — Kurios here to be Christ and interpret Paul as denying the personality of the Holy Spirit, identifying Christ and the Holy Spirit. But is not Bernard right here in taking Κυριος — Kurios (Lord) in the same sense here as in Exodus 34:34 Christ dwells in us by the Holy Spirit, but the language here in 2 Corinthians 3:17 should not be pressed unduly (Plummer. See also P. Gardner, The Religious Experience of St. Paul, p. 176f.). Note “the Spirit of the Lord” here. [source]
Colossians 3:13 Even as the Lord [κατως και ο Κυριος]
Some MSS. read Χριστος — Christos for Κυριος — Kurios But Christ‘s forgiveness of us is here made the reason for our forgiveness of others. See note on Matthew 6:12 and Matthew 6:14. where our forgiveness of others is made by Jesus a prerequisite to our obtaining forgiveness from God. [source]
2 Thessalonians 3:3 But the Lord is faithful [πιστος δε εστιν ο κυριος]
(πιστος δε εστιν ο κυριος — pistos de estin ho kurios). [source]

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

Matthew 1:22
Literal: This then all has come to pass that may be fulfilled that having been spoken by the Lord through the prophet saying
KJV: Now  all  was done,  that  it might be fulfilled  which  of  the Lord  by  the prophet,  saying, 

Matthew 1:24
Literal: Having been awoken then - Joseph from the sleep he did as had commanded him the angel of [the] Lord and received the wife of him
KJV: Then  Joseph  from  sleep  did  as  the angel  of the Lord  had bidden  him,  and  took  unto him  his wife: 

Matthew 2:13
Literal: Having withdrawn then of them behold an angel of [the] Lord appears in a dream - to Joseph saying Having arisen take the Child and the mother of Him flee into Egypt remain there until - I should tell you is about for Herod to seek - to destroy Him
KJV: And  when they  were departed,  behold,  the angel  of the Lord  appeareth  to Joseph  in  a dream,  saying,  Arise,  and take  the young child  and  his  mother,  and  flee  into  Egypt,  and  there  until  word:  for  Herod  will  seek  the young child  to destroy  him. 

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

Matthew 2:19
Literal: Having died now - of Herod behold an angel of [the] Lord appears in a dream to Joseph in Egypt
KJV: But  when Herod  was dead,  behold,  an angel  of the Lord  appeareth  in  a dream  to Joseph  in  Egypt, 

Matthew 3:3
Literal: This for is the [One] having been spoken of through Isaiah the prophet saying [The] voice of one crying in the wilderness Prepare the way of [the] Lord straight make the paths of Him
KJV: For  this  the prophet  Esaias,  saying,  The voice  of one crying  in  the wilderness,  Prepare ye  the way  of the Lord,  make  his  paths  straight. 

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 5:33
Literal: Again you have heard that it was said to the ancients Not shall you swear falsely you shall keep now to the Lord the oaths of you
KJV: Again,  ye have heard  that  by them of old time,  not  forswear thyself,  but  shalt perform  unto the Lord  oaths: 

Matthew 6:24
Literal: No one is able two masters to serve either for the one he will hate and other he will love or [the] one he will be devoted to the other he will despise Not you are able God money
KJV: No man  can  serve  two  masters:  for  either  he will hate  the one,  and  love  the other;  or else  he will hold  to the one,  and  despise  the other.  Ye cannot  serve  God  and  mammon. 

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

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

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

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

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

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

Matthew 8:25
Literal: And having come to [Him] they awoke Him saying Lord save us we are perishing
KJV: And  his  came  to him, and awoke  him,  saying,  Lord,  save  we perish. 

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 9:38
Literal: Beseech therefore the Lord of the harvest that He might send out workmen into the harvest of Him
KJV: Pray ye  therefore  the Lord  of the harvest,  that  he will send forth  labourers  into  his  harvest. 

Matthew 10:24
Literal: Not is a disciple above the teacher nor a servant master of him
KJV: The disciple  not  above  his master,  nor  the servant  above  his  lord. 

Matthew 10:25
Literal: [It is] sufficient for the disciple that he become as the teacher of him and servant master If the master of the house Beelzebul they called how much more those house members
KJV: It is enough  for the disciple  that  he be  as  his  master,  and  the servant  as  his  lord.  If  the master of the house  Beelzebub,  how much  more  shall they call them of his  household? 

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 12:8
Literal: Lord for is of the Sabbath the Son of Man
KJV: For  the Son  of man  Lord  of the sabbath day. 

Matthew 13:27
Literal: Having come to [him] now the servants the master of the house said to him Sir not good seed did you sow in - your field How then has it the weeds
KJV: So  the servants  of the householder  came  and said  unto him,  Sir,  not  thou sow  good  seed  in  thy  field?  from whence  then  hath it  tares? 

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

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

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

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

Matthew 15:27
Literal: - And she said Yes Lord even however the dogs eat of the crumbs - falling from the table of the masters of them
KJV: And  she said,  Truth,  Lord:  yet  the dogs  eat  of  the crumbs  which  fall  from  their  masters'  table. 

Matthew 16:22
Literal: And having taken aside Him - Peter began to rebuke Him saying Far be it from You Lord never not will be to You this
KJV: Then  Peter  took  him,  and began  to rebuke  him,  saying,  Be it far  Lord: 

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

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

Matthew 18:25
Literal: Nothing having now he to pay commanded him the master to be sold and the wife the children all as many as he had payment to be made
KJV: But forasmuch as  he  had  not  to pay,  his  lord  commanded  him  to be sold,  and  his  wife,  and  children,  and  all  that  he had,  and  payment to be made. 

Matthew 18:27
Literal: Having been moved with compassion now the master of the servant that released him and the debt forgave him
KJV: Then  the lord  of that  servant  was moved with compassion,  and loosed  him,  and  forgave  him  the debt. 

Matthew 18:31
Literal: Having seen therefore the fellow servants of him the things having taken place they were grieved deeply and having gone narrated to master of themselves all that
KJV: when his  fellowservants  what was done,  they were very  sorry,  and  came  and told  unto their  lord  all  that was done. 

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

Matthew 18:34
Literal: And having been angry the master of him delivered him to the jailers until that he should pay all - being owed to him
KJV: And  his  lord  was wroth,  and delivered  him  to the tormentors,  till  he should pay  all  that was due  unto him. 

Matthew 20:8
Literal: Evening then having arrived says the master of the vineyard to foreman of him Call the workmen and pay them the wages having begun from the last unto first
KJV: So  when even  was come,  the lord  of the vineyard  saith  unto his  steward,  Call  the labourers,  and  give  them  their hire,  beginning  from  the last  unto  the first. 

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

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

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

Matthew 21:3
Literal: And if anyone to you says anything you will say that the Lord of them need has Immediately then he will send them
KJV: And  if  any man  say  ought  ye shall say,  The Lord  hath  need  of them;  and  straightway  he will send  them. 

Matthew 21:9
Literal: The now crowds - going before Him and those following were crying out saying Hosanna to the Son of David Blessed is the [One] coming in [the] name of [the] Lord the highest
KJV: And  the multitudes  that went before,  and  that followed,  cried,  saying,  Hosanna  to the Son  of David:  Blessed  is he that cometh  in  the name  of the Lord;  Hosanna  in  the highest. 

Matthew 21:29
Literal: - And answering he said master Not will I Afterward however having repented he went
KJV: He answered  and said,  I will  not:  but  afterward  he repented,  and went. 

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

Matthew 21:40
Literal: When therefore shall come the master of the vineyard what will he do the farmers to those
KJV: When  the lord  therefore  of the vineyard  cometh,  what  will he do  unto those  husbandmen? 

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 22:37
Literal: - And He said to him You shall love [the] Lord the God of you with all the heart and soul mind
KJV: unto him,  Thou shalt love  the Lord  God  with  all  heart,  and  with  all  soul,  and  with  all  mind. 

Matthew 22:43
Literal: He says to them How then David in spirit does call Him Lord saying
KJV: He saith  unto them,  How  then  doth David  in  spirit  call  him  Lord,  saying, 

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

Matthew 22:45
Literal: If therefore David calls Him Lord how son of him is He
KJV: If  David  then  call  him  Lord,  how  his  son? 

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

Matthew 24:42
Literal: Keep watch therefore for not you know on what day the Lord of you comes
KJV: Watch  therefore:  for  ye know  not  what  Lord  doth come. 

Matthew 24:45
Literal: Who then is the faithful servant and wise whom has set master over the household of him - to give to them the food in season
KJV: Who  then  a faithful  and  wise  servant,  whom  his  lord  hath made ruler  over  his  to give  them  meat  in  due season? 

Matthew 24:46
Literal: Blessed [is] the servant that whom having come master of him will find thus doing
KJV: Blessed  is that  servant,  whom  his  lord  when he cometh  shall find  so  doing. 

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

Matthew 24:50
Literal: will come the master the servant of that in a day in which not he does expect and an hour which he is aware
KJV: The lord  of that  servant  shall come  in  a day  when  he looketh  not  for him, and  in  an hour  that  not  aware of, 

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

Matthew 25:18
Literal: The [one] however - one having received having gone away dug in the ground and hid the money of the master of him
KJV: But  he that had received  one  went  and digged  the earth,  and  his  lord's  money. 

Matthew 25:19
Literal: After then much time comes the master of the servants those and takes account with them
KJV: After  a long  time  the lord  of those  servants  cometh,  and  reckoneth  with  them. 

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

Matthew 25:21
Literal: Said to him the master of Him Well done servant good and faithful Over a few things you were faithful many things you will I set Enter into the joy of the master of you
KJV: His  lord  said  unto him,  Well done,  thou good  and  faithful  servant:  faithful  over  a few things,  ruler  over  many things:  enter thou  into  the joy  lord. 

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

Matthew 25:23
Literal: Said to him the master of Him Well done servant good and faithful Over a few things you were faithful many things you will I set Enter into the joy of the master of you
KJV: His  lord  said  unto him,  Well done,  good  and  faithful  servant;  faithful  over  a few things,  ruler  over  many things:  enter thou  into  the joy  lord. 

Matthew 25:24
Literal: Having come then also the [one] the one talent having received he said Master I knew you that hard you are a man reaping where not you did sow and gathering from where not you did scatter
KJV: Then  he which had received  the one  talent  came  and said,  Lord,  I knew  that  an hard  man,  reaping  where  not  sown,  and  gathering  where  not  strawed: 

Matthew 25:26
Literal: Answering now the master of him said to him Wicked servant and lazy You knew that I reap where not I sowed gather from where not I scattered
KJV: His  lord  answered  and said  unto him,  Thou wicked  and  slothful  servant,  thou knewest  that  I reap  where  I sowed  not,  and  gather  where  not  strawed: 

Matthew 25:37
Literal: Then will answer Him the righteous saying Lord when You saw we hungering and fed [You] Or thirsting gave [You] to drink
KJV: Then  shall the righteous  answer  him,  saying,  Lord,  when  an hungred,  and  fed  thee? or  thirsty,  and  gave thee drink? 

Matthew 25:44
Literal: Then will answer also themselves saying Lord when You saw we hungering or thirsting a stranger naked sick in prison and not did minister to You
KJV: Then  shall they  also  answer  him,  saying,  Lord,  when  an hungred,  or  athirst,  or  a stranger,  or  naked,  or  sick,  or  in  prison,  and  not  minister 

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

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

Matthew 27:63
Literal: saying Sir we have remembered how that - deceiver said while living After three days I arise
KJV: Saying,  Sir,  that  that  deceiver  said,  while he was yet  alive,  After  three  days  I will rise again. 

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

Mark 1:3
Literal: [The] voice of one crying in the wilderness Prepare the way of [the] Lord straight make the paths of Him
KJV: The voice  of one crying  in  the wilderness,  Prepare ye  the way  of the Lord,  make  his  paths  straight. 

Mark 2:28
Literal: So then Lord is the Son - of Man also even of the Sabbath
KJV: Therefore  the Son  of man  Lord  also  of the sabbath. 

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

Mark 7:28
Literal: - But she answered and says to Him Yes Lord even the dogs under the table eat of the crumbs of the children
KJV: And  she answered  and  said  unto him,  Yes,  Lord:  yet  the dogs  under  the table  eat  of  the children's  crumbs. 

Mark 11:3
Literal: And if anyone to you says Why are you doing this say Because the Lord of it need has soon it He will send back here
KJV: And  if  any man  say  Why  do ye  say ye  that  the Lord  hath  need  of him;  and  straightway  he will send  him  hither. 

Mark 11:9
Literal: And those going before following were crying out Hosanna Blessed is the [One] coming in [the] name of [the] Lord
KJV: And  they that went before,  and  they that followed,  cried,  Hosanna;  Blessed  is he that cometh  in  the name  of the Lord: 

Mark 12:9
Literal: What therefore will do the master of the vineyard He will come and will destroy the farmers will give the vineyard to others
KJV: What  therefore  the lord  of the vineyard  do?  he will come  and  destroy  the husbandmen,  and  will give  the vineyard  unto others. 

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

Mark 12:29
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 12:30
Literal: and you shall love [the] Lord - God of you with all the heart soul mind strength
KJV: And  thou shalt love  the Lord  God  with  all  heart,  and  with  all  soul,  and  with  all  mind,  and  with  all  strength: 

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

Mark 12:37
Literal: Himself David calls Him Lord then how of him is He son And the great crowd was listening to Him gladly
KJV: David  himself  calleth  him  Lord;  and  whence  then his  son?  And  the common  people  heard  him  gladly. 

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

Mark 13:35
Literal: Watch therefore not you know for when the master of the house comes or at evening at midnight when the rooster crows morning
KJV: Watch ye  therefore:  for  ye know  not  when  the master  of the house  cometh,  at even,  or  at midnight,  or  at the cockcrowing,  or  in the morning: 

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 1:6
Literal: They were now righteous both before - God walking in all the commandments and ordinances of the Lord blameless
KJV: And  both  righteous  God,  walking  in  all  the commandments  and  ordinances  of the Lord  blameless. 

Luke 1:9
Literal: according to the custom of the priesthood it fell to him by lot - to burn incense having entered into the temple of the Lord
KJV: According  to the custom  of the priest's office,  his lot  was to burn incense  when he went  into  the temple  of the Lord. 

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

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

Luke 1:16
Literal: And many of the sons of Israel he will turn to [the] Lord the God of them
KJV: And  many  of the children  of Israel  shall he turn  to  the Lord  their  God. 

Luke 1:17
Literal: And he will go forth before Him in [the] spirit power of Elijah to turn [the] hearts of [the] fathers to [the] children [the] disobedient to [the] wisdom of [the] righteous to make ready for [the] Lord a people prepared
KJV: And  he  shall go  before  him  in  the spirit  and  power  of Elias,  to turn  the hearts  of the fathers  to  the children,  and  the disobedient  to  the wisdom  of the just;  to make ready  a people  prepared  for the Lord. 

Luke 1:25
Literal: - Thus to me has done the Lord in [the] days in which He looked upon [me] to take away [the] disgrace of me among men
KJV: Thus  the Lord  dealt  in  the days  wherein  he looked on  me, to take away  reproach  among  men. 

Luke 1:28
Literal: And having come to her he said Greetings [you] favored with grace The Lord [is] with you Blessed [are] you among woman
KJV: And  came in  unto  her,  and said,  Hail,  thou that art highly favoured,  the Lord  is with  blessed  art thou  among  women. 

Luke 1:32
Literal: He will be great and Son of [the] Most High He will be called will give Him [the] Lord - God the throne of David of the father of Him
KJV: He  great,  and  shall be called  the Son  of the Highest:  and  the Lord  God  shall give  unto him  the throne  of his  father  David: 

Luke 1:38
Literal: Said then Mary Behold the handmaid of [the] Lord May it happen to me according to the word of you And departed from her the angel
KJV: And  Mary  said,  Behold  the handmaid  of the Lord;  be it  according  word.  And  the angel  departed  from  her. 

Luke 1:43
Literal: And from where to me this that should come the mother of the Lord of me to me
KJV: And  whence  that  the mother  Lord  should come  to 

Luke 1:45
Literal: And blessed [is] the [one] having believed that there will be a fulfillment to the things spoken to her from [the] Lord
KJV: And  blessed  is she that believed:  for  a performance  of those things which were told  her  from  the Lord. 

Luke 1:46
Literal: And said Mary Magnifies the soul of Me the Lord
KJV: And  Mary  said,  soul  doth magnify  the Lord, 

Luke 1:58
Literal: And heard the neighbors - relatives of her that was magnifying [the] Lord the mercy of Him with her they were rejoicing with her
KJV: And  her neighbours  and  her  cousins  heard  how  the Lord  had shewed great  mercy  upon  her;  and  they rejoiced  with her. 

Luke 1:66
Literal: And laid [them] up all those having heard in the heart of them saying What then the child this will be for [the] hand of [the] Lord was with him
KJV: And  all  they that heard  them laid them up  in  their  hearts,  saying,  What  manner  of child  And  the hand  of the Lord  with  him. 

Luke 1:68
Literal: Blessed be [the] Lord the God - of Israel because He has visited and has performed redemption [on] the people of Him
KJV: Blessed  be the Lord  God  of Israel;  for  he hath visited  and  redeemed  his  people, 

Luke 1:76
Literal: And you now child prophet of [the] Most High will be called you will go for before the Lord to prepare ways of Him
KJV: And  thou,  child,  shalt be called  the prophet  of the Highest:  for  thou shalt go  of the Lord  to prepare  his  ways; 

Luke 2:9
Literal: And an angel of [the] Lord stood by them [the] glory shone around them they feared [with] fear great
KJV: And,  the angel  of the Lord  came upon  them,  and  the glory  of the Lord  shone round about  them:  and  they were sore  afraid. 

Luke 2:11
Literal: For has been born to you today a Savior who is Christ [the] Lord in [the] City of David
KJV: For  is born  this day  in  the city  of David  a Saviour,  which  Christ  the Lord. 

Luke 2:15
Literal: And it came to pass as were departing from them into the heaven the angels shepherds were saying to one another Let us go through indeed as far as Bethlehem let us see the word this that has come to pass which the Lord has made known to us
KJV: And  it came to pass,  as  the angels  were gone away  from  them  into  heaven,  to  another,  now  go  even unto  Bethlehem,  and  thing  which is come to pass,  which  the Lord  hath made known 

Luke 2:22
Literal: And when were fulfilled the days of the purification of them according to the law of Moses they brought Him to Jerusalem to present to the Lord
KJV: And  when  the days  of her  purification  according  to the law  of Moses  were accomplished,  they brought  him  to  Jerusalem,  to present  him to the Lord; 

Luke 2:23
Literal: as it has been written in [the] law of [the] Lord - Every male opening a womb holy to the Lord shall be called
KJV: (As  it is written  in  the law  of the Lord,  Every  male  that openeth  the womb  shall be called  holy  to the Lord;) 

Luke 2:24
Literal: and - to offer a sacrifice according to that having been said in the law of [the] Lord A pair of turtle doves or two young pigeons
KJV: And  to offer  a sacrifice  according  to that which is said  in  the law  of the Lord,  A pair  of turtledoves,  or  two  young  pigeons. 

Luke 2:26
Literal: And it was to him divinely revealed by the Spirit - Holy not to see death before that - he should see the Christ of [the] Lord
KJV: And  revealed  unto him  by  the Holy  Ghost,  not  death,  before  the Lord's  Christ. 

Luke 2:39
Literal: And when they had performed everything - according to the law of [the] Lord they returned to - Galilee to the town of them Nazareth
KJV: And  when  they had performed  according  to the law  of the Lord,  into  Galilee,  to  city  Nazareth. 

Luke 3:4
Literal: as it has been written in [the] book of [the] words of Isaiah the prophet [The] voice of one crying the wilderness Prepare the way of [the] Lord straight make the paths of Him
KJV: As  it is written  in  the book  of the words  of Esaias  the prophet,  The voice  of one crying  in  the wilderness,  Prepare ye  the way  of the Lord,  make  his  paths  straight. 

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 4:18
Literal: [The] Spirit of [the] Lord [is] upon Me of which because He has anointed Me to preach good news to [the] poor He has sent to heal the broken - in heart to proclaim to [the] captives deliverance and to [the] blind recovery of sight to send forth [the] oppressed in deliverance
KJV: The Spirit  of the Lord  is upon  because  he hath anointed  to preach the gospel  to the poor;  he hath sent  to heal  the brokenhearted,  to preach  deliverance  to the captives,  and  recovering of sight  to the blind,  to set  at  liberty  them that are bruised, 

Luke 4:19
Literal: to proclaim [the] year of [the] Lord’s favor
KJV: To preach  the acceptable  year  of the Lord. 

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 5:12
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 5:17
Literal: And it came to pass on one of the days that He was teaching there were sitting by Pharisees teachers of the law who were come out of every village - of Galilee of Judea of Jerusalem [the] power of [the] Lord was [there] for - to heal Him
KJV: And  it came to pass  on  day,  as  he  teaching,  that  Pharisees  and  doctors of the law  sitting by,  which  come  out of  every  town  of Galilee,  and  Judaea,  and  Jerusalem:  and  the power  of the Lord  present to  heal  them. 

Luke 6:5
Literal: And He was saying to them Lord is of the Sabbath the Son - of Man
KJV: And  unto them,  the Son  of man  Lord  also  of the sabbath. 

Luke 6:46
Literal: Why now Me do you call Lord and not do what I say
KJV: And  why  call ye  Lord,  and  do  not  the things which  I say? 

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 7:13
Literal: And having seen her the Lord was moved with compassion on her said to her Not weep
KJV: And  when the Lord  her,  he had compassion  on  her,  and  said  unto her,  Weep  not. 

Luke 7:19
Literal: And having called near two certain - disciples of him - John sent [them] to the Lord saying You are the coming [One] or another are we to look for
KJV: And  John  calling  unto him two  of his  disciples  sent  them to  saying,  thou  he that should come?  or  look we for  another? 

Luke 9:54
Literal: Having seen [it] now the disciples James and John said Lord will You [that] we should call fire to come down from - heaven to consume them
KJV: And  when his  disciples  James  and  John  this, they said,  Lord,  wilt thou  that we command  fire  to come down  from  heaven,  and  consume  them,  even 

Luke 9:59
Literal: He said then to another Follow Me - But Lord allow first having gone away to bury the father of me
KJV: And  he said  unto  another,  Follow  But  he said,  Lord,  suffer  first  to go  and bury  father. 

Luke 9:61
Literal: Said then also another I will follow You Lord first however allow me to bid farewell to those at the home of me
KJV: And  another  also  said,  Lord,  I will follow  but  let  first  go bid them farewell,  which are at home at  house. 

Luke 10:1
Literal: After now these things appointed the Lord also others seventy two and sent them in two [by] before [the] face of Himself into every city place where was about He Himself to go
KJV: After  the Lord  appointed  other  seventy  also,  sent  them  two  and two  before  his  face  into  every  city  and  place,  he himself  would  come. 

Luke 10:2
Literal: He was saying then to them The indeed harvest [is] plentiful - but the workmen [are] few Pray earnestly to therefore the Lord of the harvest that workmen He may send out into the harvest of Him
KJV: Therefore  unto  them,  The harvest  truly  is great,  but  the labourers  are few:  pray ye  therefore  the Lord  of the harvest,  that  he would send forth  labourers  into  his  harvest. 

Luke 10:17
Literal: Returned then the seventy two with joy saying Lord even the demons are subject to us through the name of You
KJV: And  the seventy  returned again  with  joy,  saying,  Lord,  even  the devils  are subject  through  name. 

Luke 10:21
Literal: In the same - hour He rejoiced in the Spirit - Holy and said I fully consent to You Father Lord of the heaven of the earth that You have hidden these things from wise intelligent have revealed them to little children yes - Father for thus well-pleasing was it before You
KJV: In  that  hour  rejoiced in  spirit,  and  said,  I thank  O Father,  Lord  of heaven  and  earth,  that  thou hast hid  from  the wise  and  prudent,  and  hast revealed  them  unto babes:  even so,  Father;  for  so  it seemed  good  sight. 

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

Luke 10:39
Literal: And she had a sister called Mary who also having sat down at the feet of the Lord was listening to the word of Him
KJV: And  she  a sister  called  Mary,  which  also  sat  feet,  and heard  his  word. 

Luke 10:40
Literal: - But Martha was distracted about much service having come up now she said Lord not is it concerning to You that the sister of me alone me has left to serve Speak therefore to her that me she might help
KJV: But  Martha  was cumbered  about  much  serving,  and  came to him,  and said,  Lord,  not  care  that  sister  hath left  to serve  alone?  bid  her  therefore  that  she help 

Luke 10:41
Literal: Answering now said to her the Lord Martha you are anxious and troubled about many things
KJV: And  answered  and said  unto her,  Martha,  thou art careful  and  about  many things: 

Luke 11:1
Literal: And it came to pass in - being His a place certain praying when He ceased said one of the disciples of Him to Him Lord teach us to pray as also John taught the disciples
KJV: And  it came to pass,  that, as  he  praying  in  a certain  place,  when  he ceased,  one  of his  disciples  said  unto  him,  Lord,  teach  to pray,  as  John  also  taught  his  disciples. 

Luke 11:39
Literal: Said then the Lord to him Now you - Pharisees the outside of the cup and of the dish you cleanse - and the inside of you is full of plundering wickedness
KJV: And  the Lord  said  unto  him,  Now  Pharisees  make clean  the outside  of the cup  and  the platter;  but  inward part  is full  of ravening  and  wickedness. 

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

Luke 12:37
Literal: Blessed [are] the servants those whom having come the master will find watching Truly I say to you that he will gird himself and will make recline them having come up will serve them
KJV: Blessed  are those  servants,  whom  the lord  when he cometh  shall find  watching:  verily  I say  that  he shall gird himself,  and  them  to sit down to meat,  and  will come forth  and serve  them. 

Luke 12:41
Literal: Said then - Peter Lord to us the parable this speak You or also all
KJV: Then  Peter  said  Lord,  speakest thou  parable  unto  or  even  to  all? 

Luke 12:42
Literal: And said the Lord Who then is faithful manager [and] the wise whom will set master over the care [of servants] of him - to give [them] in season the measure of food
KJV: the Lord  said,  Who  then  that faithful  and  wise  steward,  whom  his lord  shall make ruler  over  his  household,  to give  them their portion of meat  in  due season? 

Luke 12:43
Literal: Blessed [is] the servant that whom having come master of him will find doing thus
KJV: Blessed  is that  servant,  whom  his  lord  when he cometh  shall find  so  doing. 

Luke 12:45
Literal: If however should say the servant that in the heart of him Delays master of Me to come and should begin to beat the men-servants the maid-servants to eat also to drink to get drunk
KJV: But and  if  that  servant  say  in  his  heart,  lord  delayeth  his coming;  and  shall begin  to beat  the menservants  and  maidens,  and  to eat  and  drink,  and  to be drunken; 

Luke 12:46
Literal: will come the master of the servant that in a day in which not he does expect and an hour that he knows he will cut in two him the place of him with the unbelievers will appoint
KJV: The lord  of that  servant  will come  in  a day  when  not  for  him, and  at  an hour  when  not  aware,  and  him  in sunder,  and  will appoint  him his  portion  with  the unbelievers. 

Luke 12:47
Literal: That now - servant the [one] having known the will of the master of him and not having prepared nor having done according to will be beaten with many [blows]
KJV: And  that  servant,  which  knew  lord's  will,  and  prepared  not  did  according  to his  will,  shall be beaten  with many 

Luke 13:8
Literal: - And answering he says to him Sir let alone it also this the year until when I shall dig around and put [in] manure
KJV: And  he answering  said  unto him,  Lord,  it  alone  year  also,  till  I shall dig  about  it,  and  dung 

Luke 13:15
Literal: Answered therefore him the Lord and said Hypocrites Each one of you on the Sabbath not does he untie the ox of him or donkey from the stall having led [it] away give [it] to drink
KJV: The Lord  answered  him,  and  said,  Thou hypocrite,  not  each one  on the sabbath  loose  his  ox  or  his ass  from  the stall,  and  lead him away  to watering? 

Luke 13:23
Literal: Said then one to Him Lord if [are] few those being saved - And He said to them
KJV: Then  said  one  unto  him,  Lord,  are there few  that be saved?  And  he said  unto them, 

Luke 13:25
Literal: From what - shall have risen up the master of the house and shall have shut the door then you should begin outside to stand to knock at the saying Lord open to us he answering will say to you Not I do know you from where are
KJV: When once  the master of the house  is risen up,  and  hath shut  to the door,  and  ye begin  to stand  without,  and  to knock  at the door,  saying,  Lord,  open  and  he shall answer  and say  I know  not  whence 

Luke 13:35
Literal: Behold is left to you the house of you I say now no not shall you see Me until [the time] comes when you say Blessed is the [One] coming in [the] name of [the] Lord
KJV: Behold,  house  is left  and  I say  until  the time come  when  ye shall say,  Blessed  is he that cometh  in  the name  of the Lord. 

Luke 14:21
Literal: And having come the servant reported to the master of him these things Then having become angry master of the house said to servant Go out quickly into the streets lanes of the city the poor crippled blind lame bring in here
KJV: So  servant  came,  and shewed  his  lord  Then  the master of the house  being angry  said  to his  servant,  Go out  quickly  into  the streets  and  lanes  of the city,  and  bring in  hither  the poor,  and  the maimed,  and  the halt,  and  the blind. 

Luke 14:22
Literal: And said the servant Sir it has been done as you did command still room there is
KJV: And  the servant  said,  Lord,  it is done  thou hast commanded,  and  yet  room. 

Luke 14:23
Literal: And said the master to the servant Go out into the highways hedges compel [them] to come in so that may be filled of me house
KJV: And  the lord  said  unto  the servant,  Go out  into  the highways  and  hedges,  and  compel  them to come in,  that  house  may be filled. 

Luke 16:3
Literal: Said then within himself the manager What shall I do for master of me is taking away the management from me To dig not I am able to beg I am ashamed
KJV: Then  the steward  said  within  himself,  What  shall I do?  for  lord  taketh away  from  the stewardship:  I cannot  dig;  to beg  I am ashamed. 

Luke 16:5
Literal: And having called to [him] one each of the debtors of the master of him he was saying to the first How much owe you to master of me
KJV: So  he called  every  one  of his  lord's  debtors  unto the first,  How much  owest thou  lord? 

Luke 16:8
Literal: And praised the master the manager - unrighteous because shrewdly he had acted For the sons of the age this more shrewd than the sons of the light in the generation - of themselves are
KJV: And  the lord  commended  the unjust  steward,  because  he had done  wisely:  for  the children  world  in  their  generation  wiser  than  the children  of light. 

Luke 16:13
Literal: No servant is able two masters to serve either for the one he will hate and other he will love or one he will be devoted to the other he will despise Not you are able God money
KJV: No  servant  can  serve  two  masters:  for  either  he will hate  the one,  and  love  the other;  or else  he will hold  to the one,  and  despise  the other.  Ye cannot  serve  God  and  mammon. 

Luke 17:5
Literal: And said the apostles to the Lord Add to us faith
KJV: And  the apostles  said  unto the Lord,  Increase  faith. 

Luke 17:6
Literal: Said then the Lord If you have faith like a grain of mustard you would have said - to the mulberry tree this Be uprooted and be planted in the sea it would have obeyed you
KJV: And  the Lord  said,  If  ye had  faith  as  a grain  of mustard seed,  ye might  sycamine  tree, Be thou plucked up by the root,  and  be thou planted  in  the sea;  and  it should  obey 

Luke 17:37
Literal: And answering they say to Him Where Lord - And He said to them Where the body [is] there also the vultures will be gathered together
KJV: And  they answered  and said  unto him,  Where,  Lord?  And  he said  unto them,  Wheresoever  the body  is, thither  the eagles 

Luke 18:6
Literal: Said then the Lord Hear what judge - unrighteous says
KJV: And  the Lord  said,  Hear  what  the unjust  judge  saith. 

Luke 18:41
Literal: What to you desire you I shall do - And he said Lord that I might receive sight
KJV: What  wilt thou  that I shall do  And  he said,  Lord,  that  I may receive my sight. 

Luke 19:8
Literal: Having stood then Zacchaeus said to the Lord Behold the half of me of the possessions Lord to the poor I give and if of anyone anything I have defrauded I restore [it] fourfold
KJV: And  Zacchaeus  stood,  and said  unto  the Lord;  Behold,  Lord,  the half  I give  to the poor;  and  from any man  by false accusation,  I restore  him fourfold. 

Luke 19:16
Literal: Came up then the first saying Lord the mina of you ten has produced more minas
KJV: Then  came  the first,  saying,  Lord,  pound  hath gained  ten  pounds. 

Luke 19:18
Literal: And came the second saying The mina of you Lord has made five minas
KJV: And  the second  came,  saying,  Lord,  pound  hath gained  five  pounds. 

Luke 19:20
Literal: And - another came saying Lord behold the mina of you which I kept lying away in a piece of cloth
KJV: And  another  came,  saying,  Lord,  behold,  pound,  which  I have  kept laid up  in  a napkin: 

Luke 19:25
Literal: And they said to him Master he has ten minas
KJV: (And  they said  unto him,  Lord,  he hath  ten  pounds.) 

Luke 19:31
Literal: And if anyone you asks Because of why do you untie [it] thus will you say Because the Lord of it need has
KJV: And  if  any man  ask  do ye loose  him? thus  shall ye say  unto him,  Because  the Lord  hath  need  of him. 

Luke 19:33
Literal: On untying then of them the colt said the masters of it to them Why untie you
KJV: And  as they  were loosing  the colt,  the owners  thereof  said  unto  them,  Why  loose ye  the colt? 

Luke 19:34
Literal: - And they said - The Lord of it need has
KJV: And  they said,  The Lord  hath  need  of him. 

Luke 19:38
Literal: saying Blessed is the coming - King in [the] name of [the] Lord heaven peace and glory [the] highest
KJV: Saying,  Blessed  be the King  that cometh  in  the name  of the Lord:  peace  in  heaven,  and  glory  in  the highest. 

Luke 20:13
Literal: Said then the master of the vineyard What shall I do I will send the son of me beloved perhaps him they will respect
KJV: Then  said  the lord  of the vineyard,  What  shall I do?  I will send  beloved  son:  it may be  they will reverence 

Luke 20:15
Literal: And having cast forth him outside the vineyard they killed [him] What therefore will do to them the master of the
KJV: So  they cast  him  out of  the vineyard,  and killed  him. What  therefore  the lord  of the vineyard  do  unto them? 

Luke 20:37
Literal: That however are raised the dead even Moses showed at the bush when he calls [the] Lord the God of Abraham and of Isaac of Jacob
KJV: Now  that  the dead  are raised,  even  Moses  shewed  at  the bush,  when  he calleth  the Lord  the God  of Abraham,  and  the God  of Isaac,  and  the God  of Jacob. 

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

Luke 20:44
Literal: David therefore Him Lord calls and how of him son is He
KJV: David  therefore  calleth  him  Lord,  how  then  his  son? 

Luke 22:33
Literal: - And he said to Him Lord with You ready I am both to prison and death to go
KJV: And  he said  unto him,  Lord,  I am  ready  to go  with  both  into  prison,  and  to  death. 

Luke 22:38
Literal: - And they said Lord behold swords here [are] two - He said to them Enough it is
KJV: And  they said,  Lord,  behold,  here  are two  swords.  And  he said  unto them,  enough. 

Luke 22:49
Literal: Having seen then those around Him what would be they said Lord if will we strike with [the] sword
KJV: When  they which were about  him  they said  unto him,  Lord,  shall we smite  with  the sword? 

Luke 22:61
Literal: And having turned the Lord looked at - Peter remembered - Peter the word of the Lord how He had said to him - Before [the] rooster crows today you will deny Me three times
KJV: And  the Lord  turned,  and looked upon  Peter.  And  Peter  remembered  the word  of the Lord,  how  he had said  unto him,  Before  the cock  crow,  thou shalt deny  thrice. 

Luke 24:3
Literal: Having entered however not they found the body of the Lord Jesus
KJV: they entered in,  and found  not  the body  of the Lord  Jesus. 

Luke 24:34
Literal: saying - Indeed has risen the Lord and He has appeared to Simon
KJV: Saying,  The Lord  is risen  indeed,  and  to Simon. 

John 1:23
Literal: He was saying I [am] a voice crying in the wilderness Make straight the way of [the] Lord as said Isaiah the prophet
KJV: He said,  am the voice  of one crying  in  the wilderness,  Make straight  the way  of the Lord,  as  said  the prophet  Esaias. 

John 4:11
Literal: Says to Him the woman Sir nothing to draw with You have and the well is deep from where then have You the water - living
KJV: The woman  saith  unto him,  Sir,  thou hast  nothing  to draw with,  and  the well  deep:  from whence  then  hast thou  that living  water? 

John 4:15
Literal: Says to Him the woman Sir give me this - water that not I might thirst nor come here to draw
KJV: The woman  saith  unto  him,  Sir,  give  water,  I thirst  neither  hither  to draw. 

John 4:19
Literal: Says to Him the woman Sir I understand that a prophet are You
KJV: The woman  saith  unto him,  Sir,  I perceive  that  thou  a prophet. 

John 4:49
Literal: Says to Him the royal official Sir come down before dies the child of me
KJV: The nobleman  saith  unto  him,  Sir,  come down  ere  child  die. 

John 5:7
Literal: Answered Him the [one] ailing Sir a man not I have that when has been stirred the water he might put me into the pool in which now am going I another before me descends
KJV: The impotent man  answered  him,  Sir,  I have  no  man,  when  the water  is troubled,  to  put  into  the pool:  but  while  am coming,  another  steppeth down  before 

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

John 6:34
Literal: They said therefore to Him Sir always give to us the bread this
KJV: Then  said they  unto  him,  Lord,  evermore  give  bread. 

John 6:68
Literal: Answered Him Simon Peter Lord to whom will we go [The] words of life eternal You have
KJV: Simon  Peter  answered  him,  Lord,  to  whom  shall we go?  thou hast  the words  of eternal  life. 

John 8:11
Literal: - And she said No one Sir Said then to her - Jesus Neither I you do condemn go and from - now [on] no more sin
KJV: She said,  No man,  Lord.  And  Jesus  said  unto her,  Neither  condemn  go,  and  sin  no more. 

John 9:36
Literal: Answered he and said who is He Lord that I may believe in Him
KJV: He  answered  and  said,  Who  Lord,  that  I might believe  on  him? 

John 9:38
Literal: - And he was saying I believe Lord And he worshiped Him
KJV: And  he said,  Lord,  I believe.  And  he worshipped  him. 

John 11:2
Literal: Was now Mary the [one] having anointed the Lord with fragrant oil and having wiped the feet of Him with the hair of her whose - brother Lazarus was sick
KJV: that Mary  which  anointed  the Lord  with ointment,  and  wiped  his  feet  with her  hair,  whose  brother  Lazarus  was sick.) 

John 11:3
Literal: Sent therefore the sisters to Him saying Lord behold [he] whom You love is sick
KJV: Therefore  his sisters  sent  unto  him,  saying,  Lord,  he whom  thou lovest  is sick. 

John 11:12
Literal: Said therefore the disciples of Him Lord if he has fallen asleep he will get well
KJV: Then  said  his  disciples,  Lord,  if  he sleep,  he shall do well. 

John 11:21
Literal: Said then - Martha to - Jesus Lord if You had been here not - would have died the brother of me
KJV: Then  said  Martha  unto  Jesus,  Lord,  if  here,  brother  not 

John 11:27
Literal: She says to Him Yes Lord I have believed that You are the Christ Son - of God the [One] into the world coming
KJV: She saith  unto him,  Yea,  Lord:  believe  that  thou  the Christ,  the Son  of God,  which  should come  into  the world. 

John 11:32
Literal: - Therefore Mary when she came to where was Jesus having seen Him fell of Him at the feet saying to Him Lord if You had been here not - of me would have died the brother
KJV: Then  when  Mary  was come  where  Jesus  him,  she fell down  his  feet,  saying  unto him,  Lord,  if  here,  brother  had  not  died. 

John 11:34
Literal: And He said Where have you laid him They say to Him Lord come see
KJV: And  said,  Where  have ye laid  him?  They said  unto him,  Lord,  come  and 

John 11:39
Literal: Says - Jesus Take away the stone to Him the sister of the [one] having died Martha Lord already he stinks four days for it is
KJV: Jesus  said,  Take ye away  the stone.  Martha,  the sister  saith  unto him,  Lord,  by this time  he stinketh:  for  dead four days. 

John 12:13
Literal: took the branches of the palm trees and went out to meet Him were shouting Hosanna Blessed is the [One] coming in [the] name of [the] Lord the King - of Israel
KJV: Took  branches  of palm trees,  and  went forth  to  meet  him,  and  Hosanna:  Blessed  is the King  of Israel  that cometh  in  the name  of the Lord. 

John 12:21
Literal: these therefore came to Philip who was from Bethsaida - of Galilee and they were asking him saying Sir we desire - Jesus to see
KJV: The same  came  therefore  to Philip,  which was of  Bethsaida  of Galilee,  and  desired  him,  saying,  Sir,  we would  Jesus. 

John 12:38
Literal: so that the word of Isaiah the prophet might be fulfilled that said Lord who has believed the report of us And arm of [the] Lord to whom has been revealed
KJV: That  the saying  of Esaias  the prophet  might be fulfilled,  which  he spake,  Lord,  who  hath believed  report?  and  to whom  hath the arm  of the Lord  been revealed? 

John 13:6
Literal: He comes then to Simon Peter who says to Him Lord You of me do wash the feet
KJV: Then  cometh he  to  Simon  Peter:  saith  unto him,  Lord,  thou  wash  feet? 

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

John 13:13
Literal: You call Me - Teacher and Lord rightly you say I am for
KJV: call  Master  and  Lord:  and  ye say  well;  for  so I am. 

John 13:14
Literal: If therefore I have washed your - feet the Lord and Teacher also you ought of one another to wash the
KJV: If  then,  your Lord  and  Master,  have washed  feet;  also  ought  to wash  one another's  feet. 

John 13:16
Literal: Truly I say to you not is a servant greater than the master of him nor a messenger the [one] having sent him
KJV: Verily,  I say  The servant  not  his  lord;  neither  he that is sent  he that sent  him. 

John 13:25
Literal: Having leaned then he thus on the breast - of Jesus he says to Him Lord who is it
KJV: He  Jesus'  breast  saith  unto him,  Lord,  who 

John 13:36
Literal: Says to Him Simon Peter Lord where go You Answered him Jesus Where I go not you are able Me now to follow you will follow however afterward
KJV: Simon  Peter  said  unto him,  Lord,  whither  goest  thou? Jesus  answered  him,  Whither  I go,  thou canst  not  follow  now;  but  thou shalt follow  afterwards. 

John 13:37
Literal: Says to Him - Peter Lord because of why not am I able You to follow presently The life of me for You I will lay down
KJV: Peter  said  unto him,  Lord,  cannot  I follow  now?  I will lay down  life  for 

John 14:5
Literal: Says to Him Thomas Lord not we know where You are going how can we the way know
KJV: Thomas  saith  unto him,  Lord,  we know  not  whither  thou goest;  how  can we  know  the way? 

John 14:8
Literal: Says to Him Philip Lord show us the Father and it is enough for us
KJV: Philip  saith  unto him,  Lord,  shew  the Father,  and  it sufficeth 

John 14:22
Literal: Says to Him Judas not - Iscariot Lord then what has occurred that to us You are about to manifest Yourself and not to the world
KJV: Judas  saith  unto him,  not  Iscariot,  Lord,  how  is it  that  thou wilt  manifest  thyself  and  not  unto the world? 

John 15:15
Literal: No longer I call you servants for the servant not knows what is doing his - master however I have called friends because all things that I heard from the Father of Me I have made known to you
KJV: I call  not  servants;  for  the servant  knoweth  not  what  his  lord  doeth:  but  I have called  friends;  for  all things  that  I have heard  of  Father  I have made known 

John 15:20
Literal: Remember the word that I said to you Not is a servant greater than master of him If Me they persecuted also you they will persecute the word of Me they kept - yours they will keep
KJV: Remember  the word  that  said  The servant  not  his  lord.  If  they have persecuted  also  persecute  if  they have kept  saying,  they will keep  yours  also. 

John 20:2
Literal: She runs therefore and comes to Simon Peter the other disciple whom loved - Jesus she says to them They have taken away Lord out of the tomb not we know where they have laid Him
KJV: Then  she runneth,  and  cometh  to  Simon  Peter,  and  to  the other  disciple,  whom  Jesus  loved,  and  saith  unto them,  They have taken away  the Lord  out of  the sepulchre,  and  we know  not  where  they have laid  him. 

John 20:13
Literal: And say to her they Woman why weep you She says to them Because they have taken away the Lord of me not I know where they have laid Him
KJV: And  they  say  unto her,  Woman,  why  weepest thou?  She saith  unto them,  Because  they have taken away  Lord,  and  I know  not  where  they have laid  him. 

John 20:15
Literal: Says to her Jesus Woman why do you weep Whom do you seek She thinking that the gardener He is to Him Sir if you have carried off him tell me where you have laid and I him will take away
KJV: Jesus  saith  unto her,  Woman,  why  weepest thou?  whom  seekest thou?  She,  supposing  the gardener,  saith  unto him,  Sir,  if  thou  him  hence,  tell  where  thou hast laid  him,  and I  him  away. 

John 20:18
Literal: Comes Mary - Magdalene bringing word to the disciples - I have seen the Lord and [that] these things He had said to her
KJV: Mary  Magdalene  came  and told  the disciples  that  she had seen  the Lord,  and  that he had spoken  unto her. 

John 20:20
Literal: And this having said He showed both His hands His side to them Rejoiced then the disciples having seen the Lord
KJV: And  said,  he shewed  unto them  his hands  and  his  side.  Then  the disciples  glad,  the Lord. 

John 20:25
Literal: Were saying therefore to him the other disciples We have seen the Lord - But he said to them If not I see in the hands of Him mark of the nails and put finger of me into mark the hand side no will I believe
KJV: The other  disciples  therefore  unto him,  We have seen  the Lord.  But  he said  unto them,  in  his  hands  the print  of the nails,  and  put  finger  into  the print  of the nails,  and  thrust  hand  into  his  side,  believe. 

John 20:28
Literal: Answered Thomas and said to Him The Lord of Me God
KJV: And  Thomas  answered  and  said  unto him,  Lord  and  God. 

John 21:7
Literal: Says therefore the disciple that whom loved - Jesus - to Peter Lord it is Simon Peter having heard that the outer garment put on he was for naked and he cast himself into the sea
KJV: Therefore  that  disciple  whom  Jesus  loved  saith  unto Peter,  the Lord.  Now  when Simon  Peter  heard  that  the Lord,  he girt  his fisher's coat  unto him, (for  naked,)  and  did cast  himself  into  the sea. 

John 21:12
Literal: Says to them - Jesus Come have breakfast None however dared of the disciples to ask Him You who are knowing that the Lord it is
KJV: Jesus  saith  unto them,  Come  and dine.  And  none  of the disciples  durst  ask  him,  Who  thou?  knowing  that  the Lord. 

John 21:15
Literal: When therefore they had dined says - to Simon Peter - Jesus Simon [son] of John love you Me more than these He says to Him Yes Lord You know that I dearly love You Feed the lambs of Me
KJV: So  when  they had dined,  Jesus  saith  to Simon  Peter,  Simon,  lovest thou  more than  He saith  unto him,  Yea,  Lord;  thou  knowest  that  I love  He saith  unto him,  Feed  lambs. 

John 21:16
Literal: He says to him again a second time Simon [son] of John love you Me Yes Lord You know that I dearly love You Shepherd the sheep of Me
KJV: He saith  to him  again  the second time,  Simon,  lovest thou  He saith  unto him,  Yea,  Lord;  thou  knowest  that  I love  He saith  unto him,  Feed  sheep. 

John 21:17
Literal: He says to him the third time Simon [son] of John do you dearly love Me Was grieved - Peter because He said And Lord all things You know know that I dearly love You Says - Jesus Feed the sheep of Me
KJV: He saith  unto him  the third  time, Simon,  lovest  Peter  was grieved  because  he said  unto him  the third  time, Lovest  And  he said  unto him,  Lord,  thou  knowest  all things;  thou  knowest  that  I love  Jesus  saith  unto him,  Feed  sheep. 

John 21:20
Literal: Having turned - Peter sees the disciple whom loved Jesus following who also had reclined at the supper on the bosom of Him and said Lord who is it who is betraying You
KJV: Peter,  turning about,  seeth  the disciple  whom  Jesus  loved  following;  which  also  leaned  on  his  breast  at  supper,  and  said,  Lord,  which  that betrayeth 

John 21:21
Literal: Him therefore having seen - Peter says - to Jesus Lord this man and what about
KJV: Peter  saith  to Jesus,  Lord,  and  what  shall this man 

Acts 1:6
Literal: Those indeed therefore having come together were asking Him saying Lord if at the time this are you restoring the kingdom - to Israel
KJV: When  they therefore  were come together,  of him,  saying,  Lord,  at  time  restore again  the kingdom  to Israel? 

Acts 1:21
Literal: It behooves therefore the having accompanied us men during all [the] time that came in and went out among us the Lord Jesus
KJV: Wherefore  men  which have companied  all  the time  that  the Lord  Jesus  in  and  out  among 

Acts 1:24
Literal: And having prayed they said You Lord knower of the hearts of all show which You have chosen of these - two one
KJV: And  they prayed,  and said,  Thou,  Lord,  which knowest the hearts  of all  men, shew  whether  of  two  thou hast chosen, 

Acts 2:20
Literal: The sun will be turned into darkness and the moon blood before than coming day of [the] Lord - great glorious
KJV: The sun  shall be turned  into  darkness,  and  the moon  into  blood,  before  that great  and  notable  day  of the Lord  come: 

Acts 2:21
Literal: And it shall be everyone who if they shall call upon the name of [the] Lord will be saved
KJV: And  that whosoever  shall call on  the name  of the Lord  shall be saved. 

Acts 2:25
Literal: David for says about Him I foresaw the Lord before me continually everything because at [the] right hand of me He is that not I should be shaken
KJV: For  David  speaketh  concerning  him,  I foresaw  the Lord  always  before  face, for  on  right hand,  be moved: 

Acts 2:34
Literal: Not for David ascended into the heavens he says however himself Said the Lord to [the] Lord of me Sit at [the] right hand
KJV: For  David  is not  ascended  into  the heavens:  but  he saith  himself,  The LORD  said  Lord,  Sit thou  on  right hand, 

Acts 2:36
Literal: Assuredly therefore let know all [the] house of Israel that both Lord Him and Christ has made - God this - Jesus whom you crucified
KJV: Therefore  all  the house  of Israel  know  assuredly,  that  God  hath made  Jesus,  whom  have crucified,  both  Lord  and  Christ. 

Acts 2:39
Literal: To you for is the promise and to the children of you to all those at a distance as many as - shall call to Himself [the] Lord the God of us
KJV: For  the promise  and  children,  and  to all  that are afar off,  even as many as  the Lord  God  shall call. 

Acts 2:47
Literal: praising - God and having favor with all the people - And the Lord kept adding those who were being saved every day to their number
KJV: Praising  God,  and  having  favour  with  all  the people.  And  the Lord  added  daily  such as should be saved. 

Acts 3:20
Literal: so that - may come times of refreshing from [the] presence of the Lord and [that] He may send the [One] having been appointed to you Christ Jesus
KJV: And  he shall send  Jesus  Christ, 

Acts 3:22
Literal: Moses indeed said - A prophet to you will raise up [the] Lord the God of you out from the brothers of you like me Him You will listen to in all things as many as - He might say to you
KJV: Moses  truly  said  unto  A prophet  the Lord  God  raise up  of  brethren,  like  him  shall ye hear  in  all things  whatsoever  he shall say  unto 

Acts 4:26
Literal: Took [their] stand the kings of the earth and rulers were gathered together - themselves against the Lord Christ of Him
KJV: The kings  of the earth  stood up,  and  the rulers  were gathered  together  against  the Lord,  and  against  his  Christ. 

Acts 4:29
Literal: And - now Lord look upon the threats of them grant to the servants of You with boldness all to speak the word
KJV: And  Lord,  behold  their  threatenings:  and  grant unto  servants,  that with  all  boldness  they may speak  word, 

Acts 4:33
Literal: And [with] power great were giving - testimony the apostles of the Lord Jesus of the resurrection grace then abundant was upon all them
KJV: And  with great  power  gave  the apostles  witness  of the resurrection  of the Lord  Jesus:  and  great  grace  upon  them  all. 

Acts 5:9
Literal: - But Peter [said] to her Why [is it] that have agreed together you to test the Spirit of [the] Lord Behold the feet of those having buried the husband of you [are] at the door and they will carry out you
KJV: Then  Peter  unto  her,  How  is it that  have agreed together  to tempt  the Spirit  of the Lord?  behold,  the feet  of them which have buried  husband  are at  the door,  and  out. 

Acts 5:14
Literal: more now were added believing in the Lord multitudes of men both and women
KJV: And  believers  the more  added  to the Lord,  multitudes  both  of men  and  women.) 

Acts 5:19
Literal: An angel however of [the] Lord during the night having opened the doors of the prison having brought out then them said
KJV: But  the angel  of the Lord  by  night  opened  the prison  doors,  and  them  forth,  and said, 

Acts 7:31
Literal: - And Moses having seen [it] marveled at the vision coming near then of him to behold [it] there was [the] voice of [the] Lord
KJV: When  Moses  it, he wondered  at the sight:  and  as he  drew near  to behold  it, the voice  of the Lord  came  him, 

Acts 7:33
Literal: Said then to him the Lord Take off the sandal of the feet of you - for the place on which you stand ground holy is
KJV: Then  said  the Lord  to him,  Put off  thy shoes  feet:  for  the place  thou standest  holy  ground. 

Acts 7:49
Literal: - Heaven [is] to Me a throne - and the earth a footstool of the feet of Me What kind of house will you build Me says [the] Lord or what [is] [the] place of the rest
KJV: Heaven  throne,  and  earth  footstool:  what  house  will ye build  saith  the Lord:  or  what  is the place  rest? 

Acts 7:59
Literal: And [as] they were stoning - Stephen he was calling out and saying Lord Jesus receive the spirit of me
KJV: And  they stoned  Stephen,  calling upon  God, and  saying,  Lord  Jesus,  receive  spirit. 

Acts 7:60
Literal: Having fallen then on [his] knees he cried in a voice loud Lord not place to them this - sin And this having said he fell asleep
KJV: And  he kneeled down,  and cried  with a loud  voice,  Lord,  lay  not  sin  to their  charge. And  when he had said  he fell asleep. 

Acts 8:16
Literal: Not yet for He was upon any of them fallen only however baptized they had been into the name of the Lord Jesus
KJV: (For  fallen  upon  none  of them:  only  they were  baptized  in  the name  of the Lord  Jesus.) 

Acts 8:22
Literal: Repent therefore of the wickedness of yours this and pray earnestly to the Lord if indeed will be forgiven you the intent of the heart of you
KJV: Repent  therefore  of  wickedness,  and  pray  if  the thought  heart  may be forgiven 

Acts 8:24
Literal: Answering now - Simon said Pray earnestly you on behalf of me to the Lord so that nothing may come upon me of which you have spoken
KJV: Then  answered  Simon,  and said,  Pray  to  the Lord  for  that  none of these things  which  ye have spoken  come  upon 

Acts 8:25
Literal: They indeed therefore having earnestly testified and having spoken the word of the Lord traveled back to Jerusalem to many then villages of the Samaritans they were preaching the gospel
KJV: And they, when  they had testified  and  preached  the word  of the Lord,  returned  to  and  preached the gospel  in many  villages  of the Samaritans. 

Acts 8:26
Literal: An angel now of [the] Lord spoke to Philip saying Rise up and go toward [the] south to the road - going down from Jerusalem to Gaza This is [the] desert [road]
KJV: And  the angel  of the Lord  spake  unto  Philip,  saying,  Arise,  and  go  toward  the south  unto  the way  that goeth down  from  Jerusalem  unto  Gaza,  which  desert. 

Acts 8:39
Literal: When now they came up out of the water [the] Spirit of [the] Lord carried away - Philip and not saw him no longer the eunuch he went for the way of him rejoicing
KJV: And  when  they were come up  out of  the water,  the Spirit  of the Lord  caught away  Philip,  that the eunuch  him  no more:  and  he went  on his  way  rejoicing. 

Acts 9:1
Literal: - But Saul still breathing out threats and murder toward the disciples of the Lord having gone to the high priest
KJV: And  Saul,  yet  breathing out  threatenings  and  slaughter  against  the disciples  of the Lord,  went  unto the high priest, 

Acts 9:5
Literal: He said then Who are You Lord - And [He said] I am Jesus whom you are persecuting [It is] hard for you against [the] goads to kick He trembling both and being astonished said what me do you want to do
KJV: And  he said,  Who  Lord?  And  the Lord  said,  am  Jesus  whom  thou  persecutest:  it is hard  to kick  against  the pricks. 

Acts 9:10
Literal: There was now a certain disciple in Damascus named Ananias And said to him a vision the Lord Ananias - And he said Behold me Lord
KJV: And  a certain  disciple  at  Damascus,  named  Ananias;  and  to  him  said  the Lord  in  a vision,  Ananias.  And  he said,  Behold,  am here, Lord. 

Acts 9:11
Literal: - And the Lord to him [said] Having risen up go into the Street - called Straight and seek in [the] house of Judas Saul named of Tarsus Behold for he is praying
KJV: And  the Lord  said unto  him,  Arise,  and go  into  the street  which  is called  Straight,  and  enquire  in  the house  of Judas  for one called  Saul,  of Tarsus:  for,  behold,  he prayeth, 

Acts 9:13
Literal: Answered but Ananias Lord I have heard from many concerning the man this how many evils to saints of You he did in Jerusalem
KJV: Then  Ananias  answered,  Lord,  I have heard  by  many  of  man,  how much  evil  he hath done  saints  at  Jerusalem: 

Acts 9:15
Literal: Said however to him the Lord Go for a vessel of choice is to Me this [man] - to carry the name of Me before the Gentiles and also kings [the] sons then of Israel
KJV: But  the Lord  said  unto  him,  Go thy way:  for  he  a chosen  vessel  to bear  name  before  the Gentiles,  and  kings,  and  the children  of Israel: 

Acts 9:17
Literal: Went away then Ananias and entered into the house having laid upon him the hands he said Saul Brother the Lord has sent me Jesus the [One] having appeared to you on the road by which you were coming that you may see again be filled [of the] Spirit Holy
KJV: And  Ananias  went his way,  and  entered  into  the house;  and  putting  his hands  on  him  said,  Brother  Saul,  the Lord,  even Jesus,  in  the way  as  thou camest,  hath sent  that  thou mightest receive thy sight,  and  be filled with  the Holy  Ghost. 

Acts 9:27
Literal: Barnabas however having taken him brought [him] to the apostles and he related to them how on the road he had seen the Lord that He had spoken to him in Damascus he had spoken boldly the name - of Jesus
KJV: But  Barnabas  took  him,  and brought  him to  the apostles,  and  declared  unto them  how  the Lord  in  the way,  and  that  he had spoken  to him,  and  how  he had preached boldly  at  Damascus  in  the name  of Jesus. 

Acts 9:28
Literal: And he was with them coming in going out in Jerusalem speaking boldly in the name of the Lord
KJV: And  with  them  coming in  and  going out  at  Jerusalem. 

Acts 9:31
Literal: The indeed then church throughout all - of Judea and Galilee Samaria had peace being edified going on in the fear of the Lord in the comfort of the Holy Spirit they were multiplied
KJV: Then  had  the churches  rest  throughout  all  Judaea  and  Galilee  and  Samaria,  and were edified;  and  walking in  the fear  of the Lord,  and  in the comfort  of the Holy  Ghost,  were multiplied. 

Acts 9:35
Literal: And saw him all those inhabiting Lydda - Sharon who turned to the Lord
KJV: And  all  that dwelt  at Lydda  and  Saron  him,  and  turned  to  the Lord. 

Acts 9:42
Literal: Known then it became throughout all - of Joppa and believed many on the Lord
KJV: And  it was  known  throughout  all  Joppa;  and  many  believed  in  the Lord. 

Acts 10:4
Literal: - And having looked intently on him and afraid having become he said What is it Lord then to him The prayers of You alms have ascended as a memorial before - God
KJV: And  when he looked  on him,  he was  afraid,  and  said,  What  Lord?  And  he said  unto him,  prayers  and  alms  are come up  for  a memorial  God. 

Acts 10:14
Literal: - And Peter said In no way Lord for never have I eaten anything common or unclean
KJV: But  Peter  said,  Not so,  Lord;  for  never  eaten  any thing  that is common  unclean. 

Acts 10:33
Literal: At once therefore I sent to you you then well did having come Now all we before - God are present to hear all the things having been commanded you by the Lord
KJV: Immediately  therefore  I sent  to  and  thou  hast well  done  that thou art come.  Now  therefore  all  here present  before  God,  to hear  all things  that are commanded  of  God. 

Acts 10:36
Literal: the word that He sent to the sons of Israel proclaiming the gospel peace by Jesus Christ He is of all Lord
KJV: The word  which  God sent  unto the children  of Israel,  preaching  peace  by  Jesus  Christ:  (he  Lord  of all:) 

Acts 11:8
Literal: I said however In no way Lord for common or unclean nothing ever has entered into the mouth of me
KJV: But  I said,  Not so,  Lord:  for  common  or  unclean  at any time  entered  into  mouth. 

Acts 11:16
Literal: I remembered then the word of the Lord how He had said John indeed baptized with water you however will be baptized with [the] Spirit Holy
KJV: Then  the word  of the Lord,  how  John  indeed  baptized  with water;  but  shall be baptized  with  the Holy  Ghost. 

Acts 11:17
Literal: If then the same gift has given to them - God as also to us having believed on the Lord Jesus Christ I how was able to forbid - God
KJV: Forasmuch  then  as  God  gave  them  the like  gift  as  who believed  on  the Lord  Jesus  Christ;  what  I,  that I could  withstand  God? 

Acts 11:20
Literal: Were however some of them men of Cyprus and of Cyrene who having come into Antioch were speaking also to the Hellenists proclaiming the gospel the Lord Jesus
KJV: And  some  of  them  men  of Cyprus  and  Cyrene,  which,  to  Antioch,  spake  unto  the Grecians,  preaching  the Lord  Jesus. 

Acts 11:21
Literal: And was [the] hand of [the] Lord with them [a] great then number - having believed turned to the Lord
KJV: And  the hand  of the Lord  with  them:  and  a great  number  believed,  and turned  unto  the Lord. 

Acts 11:23
Literal: who having come and having seen the grace of - God rejoiced was exhorting all with resolute purpose - of heart to abide in the Lord
KJV: Who,  when he came,  and  the grace  of God,  was glad,  and  exhorted  them all,  that with purpose  of heart  they would cleave unto  the Lord. 

Acts 11:24
Literal: For he was a man good and full of [the] Spirit Holy of faith was added a crowd large to the Lord
KJV: For  a good  man,  and  full  of the Holy  Ghost  and  of faith:  and  much  people  was added  unto the Lord. 

Acts 12:7
Literal: And behold an angel of [the] Lord stood by a light shone in the cell Having struck then the side - of Peter he woke up him saying Rise up haste fell of him the chains off the hands
KJV: And,  behold,  the angel  of the Lord  came upon  him, and  a light  shined  in  the prison:  and  he smote  Peter  on the side,  him  up,  saying,  Arise up  quickly.  And  his  chains  fell off  from  his hands. 

Acts 12:11
Literal: And - Peter to himself having come said Now I know truly that has sent forth the Lord the angel of Him delivered me out of [the] hand of Herod all the expectation of the people of the Jews
KJV: And  when Peter  was come  to  himself,  he said,  Now  I know  of a surety,  that  the Lord  hath sent  his  angel,  and  hath delivered  out of  the hand  of Herod,  and  from all  the expectation  of the people  of the Jews. 

Acts 12:17
Literal: Having made a sign then to them with the hand to be silent he related how the Lord him had brought out of the prison He said then Report to James and to the brothers these things having gone out he went to another place
KJV: But  he, beckoning  unto them  with the hand  to hold their peace,  declared  unto them  how  the Lord  had brought  him  out of  the prison.  And  he said,  Go shew  unto James,  and  to the brethren.  And  he departed,  and went  into  another  place. 

Acts 12:23
Literal: Immediately then struck him an angel of [the] Lord in return for that not he gave the glory - to God and having been eaten by worms he breathed his last
KJV: And  immediately  the angel  of the Lord  smote  him,  because  he gave  not  God  the glory:  and  he was  eaten of worms,  and gave up the ghost. 

Acts 13:2
Literal: As were ministering now they to the Lord and fasting said the Spirit - Holy Set apart then to Me - Barnabas Saul for the work to which I have called them
KJV: As  they  ministered  to the Lord,  and  fasted,  the Holy  Ghost  said,  Separate  Barnabas  and  Saul  for  the work  whereunto  I have called  them. 

Acts 13:10
Literal: said O full of all deceit and all craft son of [the] devil enemy of all righteousness not will you cease perverting the ways the of Lord - straight
KJV: And said,  full  of all  subtilty  and  all  mischief,  thou child  of the devil,  thou enemy  of all  righteousness,  not  cease  to pervert  the right  ways  of the Lord? 

Acts 13:11
Literal: And now behold [the] hand of the Lord [is] upon you you will be blind not seeing the sun during a season Immediately then fell upon him mist darkness going about he was seeking someone to lead [him] by the hand
KJV: And  now,  behold,  the hand  of the Lord  is upon  and  blind,  not  seeing  the sun  for  a season.  And  immediately  on  him  a mist  and  a darkness;  and  he went about  seeking  some to lead him by the hand. 

Acts 13:12
Literal: Then having seen the proconsul that having happened he believed being astonished at the teaching of the Lord
KJV: Then  the deputy,  what was done,  believed,  being astonished  at  the doctrine  of the Lord. 

Acts 13:44
Literal: On the now coming Sabbath almost all the city was gathered together to hear the word - of the Lord
KJV: And  the next  sabbath day  almost  the whole  city  together  to hear  the word 

Acts 13:47
Literal: Thus for has commanded us the Lord I have set you for a light of [the] Gentiles - to be salvation to [the] uttermost part of the earth
KJV: For