Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 3107

Word info for μακάριος

Root: μακάριος
Strongs Number: 3107
Transliteration: [makarios]
Phonetics: mak·ar·ee·os
Etymology: A prolonged form of the poetical makar (meaning the same)
Parts of Speech: adj.
Twot:
Sense: blessed, happy (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:


   1 blessed, happy.
   

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G3107

Μακάριοι, Μακάριοί, μακάριός, μακάριοι, Μακάριος, μακάριος, μακαρία, Μακαρία, μακάριοί, Μακάριαι, Μακάριόν, μακάριον, μακαριωτέρα, μακαρίου, μακαρίαν

All words for strongs number G3107 :

Word Occurance
Μακάριοι 15
μακάριος 10
μακάριοι 6
Μακάριος 4
Μακάριοί 2
μακάριός 2
μακάριοί 2
μακαρία 1
Μακαρία 1
Μακάριαι 1
Μακάριόν 1
μακάριον 1
μακαριωτέρα 1
μακαρίου 1
μακαρίαν 1

How strongs number G3107 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
blessed 20
blessed [are] 15
blessed [is] 8
[you are] blessed 2
blessed [is he] 1
fortunate 1
more blessed 1
blessed [is the] 1

Two strong number together

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Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 16:17 Blessed art thou [μακαριος ει]
A beatitude for Peter. Jesus accepts the confession as true. Thereby Jesus on this solemn occasion solemnly claims to be the Messiah, the Son of the living God, his deity in other words. The disciples express positive conviction in the Messiahship or Christhood of Jesus as opposed to the divided opinions of the populace. “The terms in which Jesus speaks of Peter are characteristic - warm, generous, unstinted. The style is not that of an ecclesiastical editor laying the foundation for church power, and prelatic pretentions, but of a noble-minded Master eulogizing in impassioned terms a loyal disciple” (Bruce). The Father had helped Peter get this spiritual insight into the Master‘s Person and Work. [source]
Luke 14:15 Blessed [μακαριος]
Happy, same word in the Beatitudes of Jesus (Matthew 5:3). This pious platitude whether due to ignorance or hypocrisy was called forth by Christ‘s words about the resurrection. It was a common figure among the rabbis, the use of a banquet for the bliss of heaven. This man may mean that this is a prerogative of the Pharisees. He assumed complacently that he will be among the number of the blest. Jesus himself uses this same figure of the spiritual banquet for heavenly bliss (Luke 22:29). [source]
1 Timothy 6:15 Who is the blessed and only Potentate [ο μακαριος και μονος δυναστης]
“The happy and alone Potentate.” Δυναστης — Dunastēs old word, in N.T. only here, Luke 1:52; Acts 8:27 (the Eunuch). See note on 1 Timothy 1:11 for μακαριος — makarios The King of kings (ο βασιλευς των βασιλευοντων — ho basileus tōn basileuontōn). “The King of those who rule as kings.” Oriental title. So with “Lord of lords.” See note on Revelation 10:6. [source]
Revelation 1:3 Blessed [μακαριος]
As in Matthew 5:3. This endorses the book as a whole. [source]
Revelation 20:6 Blessed and holy [μακαριος και αγιος]
A fifth beatitude (Revelation 1:3; Revelation 14:13; Revelation 16:15; Revelation 19:9) already and two more to come (Revelation 22:7, Revelation 22:14, seven in all). Here αγιος — hagios is added to the usual μακαριος — makarios The second death The spiritual death of Revelation 2:11; Revelation 20:14; Revelation 21:8 in contrast to the first or physical death. This language raises a question about the interpretation of the first and the second resurrections, whether both are of the body or one of the spirit. There seems no way to reach a solid conception about it. In 1 Corinthians 15:23 there is no mention of the resurrection of any save “those of Christ” However, Paul elsewhere (Acts 24:15) speaks of the resurrection of the just and of the unjust as if one event. [source]
Revelation 22:7 Blessed [μακαριος]
This beatitude is like in substance the first (Revelation 1:3) and is in Christ‘s own words like the one in Revelation 16:15. This book is here called a “prophecy” (προπητειας — prophēteias) as in Revelation 22:10, Revelation 22:18, Revelation 22:19. It is Christ‘s revelation from God, a direct message from God. Part of it is prediction of doom on Christ‘s enemies, but most of it is a comforting picture of final triumph and bliss for the faithful in a time of great distress and persecution. [source]

Greek Commentary Content Search

1 Timothy 6:15 Who is the blessed and only Potentate [ο μακαριος και μονος δυναστης]
“The happy and alone Potentate.” Δυναστης — Dunastēs old word, in N.T. only here, Luke 1:52; Acts 8:27 (the Eunuch). See note on 1 Timothy 1:11 for μακαριος — makarios The King of kings (ο βασιλευς των βασιλευοντων — ho basileus tōn basileuontōn). “The King of those who rule as kings.” Oriental title. So with “Lord of lords.” See note on Revelation 10:6. [source]
Revelation 20:6 Blessed and holy [μακαριος και αγιος]
A fifth beatitude (Revelation 1:3; Revelation 14:13; Revelation 16:15; Revelation 19:9) already and two more to come (Revelation 22:7, Revelation 22:14, seven in all). Here αγιος — hagios is added to the usual μακαριος — makarios The second death The spiritual death of Revelation 2:11; Revelation 20:14; Revelation 21:8 in contrast to the first or physical death. This language raises a question about the interpretation of the first and the second resurrections, whether both are of the body or one of the spirit. There seems no way to reach a solid conception about it. In 1 Corinthians 15:23 there is no mention of the resurrection of any save “those of Christ” However, Paul elsewhere (Acts 24:15) speaks of the resurrection of the just and of the unjust as if one event. [source]

49 Verses with G3107

Matthew 5:3
Literal: Blessed [are] the poor in the spirit for theirs is the kingdom of the heavens
KJV: Blessed  are the poor  in spirit:  for  theirs  the kingdom  of heaven. 

Matthew 5:4
Literal: Blessed [are] those mourning for they will be comforted
KJV: Blessed  are they that mourn:  for  they  shall be comforted. 

Matthew 5:5
Literal: Blessed the meek for they will inherit the earth
KJV: Blessed  are the meek:  for  they  shall inherit  the earth. 

Matthew 5:6
Literal: Blessed [are] those hungering and thirsting for - righteousness for they will be filled
KJV: Blessed  are they which  do hunger  and  thirst  after righteousness:  for  they  shall be filled. 

Matthew 5:7
Literal: Blessed [are] the merciful for they will receive mercy
KJV: Blessed  are the merciful:  for  they  shall obtain mercy. 

Matthew 5:8
Literal: Blessed the pure - in heart for they - God will see
KJV: Blessed  are the pure  in heart:  for  they  God. 

Matthew 5:9
Literal: Blessed the peacemakers for they sons of God will be called
KJV: Blessed  are the peacemakers:  for  they  shall be called  the children  of God. 

Matthew 5:10
Literal: Blessed [are] those having been persecuted on account of righteousness for theirs is the kingdom of the heavens
KJV: Blessed  are they which are persecuted  for  righteousness' sake:  for  theirs  the kingdom  of heaven. 

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

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

Matthew 13:16
Literal: Of you however blessed [are] the eyes because they see and the ears they hear
KJV: But  blessed  eyes,  for  they see:  and  ears,  for  they hear. 

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

Matthew 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. 

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 6:20
Literal: And He having lifted up the gaze of Him upon disciples was saying Blessed [are] the poor for yours is the kingdom - of God
KJV: And  he  lifted up  his  eyes  on  his  disciples,  Blessed  be ye poor:  for  yours  the kingdom  of God. 

Luke 6:21
Literal: Blessed [are] those hungering now for you will be filled weeping you will laugh
KJV: Blessed  are ye that hunger  now:  for  ye shall be filled.  Blessed  are ye that weep  now:  for  ye shall laugh. 

Luke 6:22
Literal: Blessed are you when shall hate you - men and they shall exclude shall insult [you] shall cast out the name of you as evil on account of the Son - of Man
KJV: Blessed  when  men  shall hate  and  when  they shall separate  from their company, and  shall reproach  you, and  cast out  name  as  evil,  for the Son  of man's  sake. 

Luke 7:23
Literal: And blessed is who if not shall be offended in Me
KJV: And  blessed  he, whosoever  be offended  in 

Luke 10:23
Literal: And having turned to the disciples in private He said Blessed [are] the eyes - seeing what you see
KJV: And  he turned him  unto  his disciples,  and said  privately,  Blessed  are the eyes  which  see  the things that  ye see: 

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

Luke 11:28
Literal: He then said No rather blessed [are] those hearing the word - of God and keeping it
KJV: But  he  said,  Yea rather,  blessed  are they that hear  the word  of God,  and  keep  it. 

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 12:38
Literal: And if in the second third watch he comes and finds [them] thus blessed are those
KJV: And  he shall come  in  the second  watch,  or  come  in  the third  watch,  and  find  them so,  blessed  those 

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 14:14
Literal: and blessed you will be because nothing they have to repay you It will be recompensed for to you in the resurrection of the righteous
KJV: And  blessed;  for  they cannot  recompense  for  shalt be recompensed  at  the resurrection  of the just. 

Luke 14:15
Literal: Having heard then one of those reclining with [Him] these things he said to Him Blessed [is he] who will eat bread in the kingdom - of God
KJV: And  when one  of them that sat at meat with him  heard  he said  unto him,  Blessed  that shall eat  bread  in  the kingdom  of God. 

Luke 23:29
Literal: For behold are coming days in which they will say Blessed [are] the barren and wombs that never did bear breasts that nursed
KJV: For,  behold,  the days  are coming,  in  the which  they shall say,  Blessed  are the barren,  and  the wombs  that  never  bare,  and  the paps  which  never 

John 13:17
Literal: If these things you know blessed are you if you do them
KJV: If  ye know  happy  if  ye do  them. 

John 20:29
Literal: Says to him - Jesus Because you have seen Me you have believed blessed [are] those not having seen yet having believed
KJV: Jesus  saith  unto him,  because  thou hast seen  thou hast believed:  blessed  are they that have not  and  yet have believed. 

Acts 20:35
Literal: In everything I showed you that by thus straining it behooves [us] to aid those being weak to remember and also the words of the Lord Jesus how He Himself said Blessed it is more to give than to receive
KJV: I have shewed  all things,  how that  so  labouring  ye ought  to support  the weak,  and  to remember  the words  of the Lord  Jesus,  how  he  said,  more  blessed  to give  than  to receive. 

Acts 26:2
Literal: Concerning all of which I am accused by [the] Jews King Agrippa I esteem myself fortunate before you being about today to defend myself
KJV: I think  myself  happy,  king  Agrippa,  because I shall  answer for myself  this day  before  touching  all the things  whereof  I am accused  of  the Jews: 

Romans 4:7
Literal: Blessed [are they] of whom are forgiven the lawless deeds and of whom are covered sins
KJV: Saying, Blessed  are they whose  iniquities  are forgiven,  and  whose  sins  are covered. 

Romans 4:8
Literal: blessed [the] man against whom no not will reckon [the] Lord sin
KJV: Blessed  is the man  to whom  the Lord  impute  sin. 

Romans 14:22
Literal: You [the] faith that have to yourself keep before - God Blessed [is] the [one] not judging himself in what he approves
KJV: Hast  thou  faith?  have  it to  thyself  before  God.  Happy  is he that condemneth  not  himself  in  that thing which  he alloweth. 

1 Corinthians 7:40
Literal: More blessed however she is if in the same manner she should remain according to - my judgment I think now myself also [the] Spirit of God to have
KJV: But  happier  if  so  abide,  after  my  judgment:  and  I think  also  that I have  the Spirit  of God. 

1 Timothy 1:11
Literal: according to the gospel of the glory of the blessed God with which have been entrusted I
KJV: According  to the glorious  gospel  of the blessed  God,  which  my  trust. 

1 Timothy 6:15
Literal: which seasons in the own He will display the blessed and alone Sovereign King of those being kings [the] Lord being lords
KJV: Which  in his  times  he shall shew,  who  is the blessed  and  only  Potentate,  the King  of kings,  and  Lord  of lords; 

Titus 2:13
Literal: awaiting the blessed hope and [the] appearing of the glory of the great God Savior of us Christ Jesus
KJV: Looking for  that blessed  hope,  and  the glorious  appearing  of the great  God  and  Saviour  Jesus  Christ; 

James 1:12
Literal: Blessed [is the] man who endures trial because approved having been he will receive the crown - of life that He has promised to those loving Him
KJV: Blessed  is the man  that  endureth  temptation:  for  when he is tried,  he shall receive  the crown  of life,  which  hath promised  to them that love  him. 

James 1:25
Literal: The [one] however having looked intently into [the] law perfect that - of freedom and having continued in [it] not a hearer forgetful having been but a doer of [the] work this one blessed in the work of him will be
KJV: But  whoso looketh  into  the perfect  law  of liberty,  and  continueth  therein, he  being  not  a forgetful  hearer,  but  a doer  of the work,  this man  blessed  in  his  deed. 

1 Peter 3:14
Literal: But if even you should suffer because of righteousness [you are] blessed - And the threats of them not you should be afraid of neither should you be troubled
KJV: But  ye suffer  for  righteousness' sake,  happy  are ye: and  not  afraid  of their  terror,  neither  be troubled; 

1 Peter 4:14
Literal: If you are insulted in [the] name of Christ [you are] blessed because the - of glory and - - of God Spirit upon you rests on indeed their [part] He is blasphemed on however your [part] He is glorified
KJV: If  ye be reproached  for  the name  of Christ,  happy  are ye; for  the spirit  of glory  and  of God  resteth  upon  on  their part  he is evil spoken of,  but  on  he is glorified. 

Revelation 1:3
Literal: Blessed [is] the [one] reading and those hearing the words of the prophecy keeping the things in it having been written - for the time [is] near
KJV: Blessed  is he that readeth,  and  they that hear  the words  of this prophecy,  and  keep  those things which are written  therein:  for  the time  is at hand. 

Revelation 14:13
Literal: And I heard a voice out of - heaven saying Write Blessed [are] the dead - in the Lord dying from now on Yes says the Spirit so that they will rest from the labors of them - for the works follow with them
KJV: And  I heard  a voice  from  heaven  saying  Write,  Blessed  are the dead  which  die  in  the Lord  Yea,  saith  the Spirit,  that  they may rest  from  their  labours;  their  works  do follow  them. 

Revelation 16:15
Literal: Behold I am coming like a thief Blessed [is] the [one] watching and keeping the garments of him so that not naked he should walk they might see the shame
KJV: Behold,  I come  as  a thief.  Blessed  is he that watcheth,  and  keepeth  his  garments,  he walk  naked,  and  they see  his  shame. 

Revelation 19:9
Literal: And he says to me Write Blessed [are] those to the supper of the marriage of the Lamb having been invited These the words TRUE - of God are
KJV: And  he saith  Write,  Blessed  are they which are called  unto  the marriage  supper  of the Lamb.  And  he saith  These  the true  sayings  of God. 

Revelation 20:6
Literal: Blessed and holy [is] the [one] having a part in the resurrection - first Over these the second death not has power but they will be priests - of God of Christ will reign with Him a thousand years
KJV: Blessed  and  holy  is he that hath  part  in  the first  resurrection:  on  the second  death  hath  no  power,  but  priests  of God  and  of Christ,  and  shall reign  with  him  a thousand  years. 

Revelation 22:7
Literal: And behold I am coming quickly Blessed [is] the [one] keeping the words of the prophecy of the book this
KJV: Behold,  I come  quickly:  blessed  is he that keepeth  the sayings  of the prophecy  book. 

Revelation 22:14
Literal: Blessed [are] those washing the robes of them that will be the right to the tree - of life and by the gates they shall enter into the city
KJV: Blessed  his  that  they  right  to  the tree  of life,  and  may enter  in through the gates  into  the city. 

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Josh Judg Rth 1 Sam 2 Sam
1 Kgs 2 Kgs 1 Chron 2 Chron Ezra
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Eccles Song Isa Jer Lam
Ezek Dan Hos Joel Amos
Obad Jnh Micah Nah Hab
Zeph Haggai Zech Mal
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Rom (3) 1 Cor (1) 2 Cor Gal Ephes
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