Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 3326

Word info for μετά

Root: μετά
Strongs Number: 3326
Transliteration: [meta]
Phonetics: met·ah
Etymology: A primary preposition (often used adverbially)
Parts of Speech: prep.
Twot:
Sense: with, after, behind (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:


   1 with, after, behind.
   

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G3326

Μετὰ, Μεθ’, μετ’, μετὰ, μεθ’

All words for strongs number G3326 :

Word Occurance
μετὰ 253
μετ’ 118
μεθ’ 41
Μετὰ 32
Μεθ’ 1

How strongs number G3326 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
with 308
after 95
[be] with 14
among 4
against 4
along with 3
[is] with 3
in 2
afterward 2
toward 2
on the 2
and after 1
with the 1
with [the] 1
behind 1
after [we are] 1
after these 1

Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 18:16 Take with thee [παραλαβε μετα σου]
Take alone (παρα — para) with (μετα — meta) thee. [source]
Matthew 24:31 With a great sound of a trumpet [μετα σαλπιγγος πωνης μεγαλης]
Some MSS. omit Cf. the seventh angel (Revelation 11:15). Clearly “the coming of the son of man is not to be identified with the judgment of Jerusalem but rather forms its preternatural background” (Bruce). [source]
Matthew 26:2 After two days [μετα δυο ημερας]
Another instance of the futuristic present passive indicative. The same form occurs in Matthew 26:24. Thus Jesus sets a definite date for the coming crucifixion which he has been predicting for six months. [source]
Matthew 26:51 One of them that were with Jesus [εις των μετα Ιησου]
Like the other Synoptics Matthew conceals the name of Peter, probably for prudential reasons as he was still living before a.d. 68. John writing at the end of the century mentions Peter‘s name (John 18:10). The sword or knife was one of the two that the disciples had (Luke 22:38). Bruce suggests that it was a large knife used in connexion with the paschal feast. Evidently Peter aimed to cut off the man‘s head, not his ear He may have been the leader of the band. His name, Malchus, is also given by John (John 18:10) because Peter was then dead and in no danger. [source]
Matthew 26:72 With an oath [μετα ορκου]
This time Peter added an oath, probably a former habit so common to the Jews at that time, and denied acquaintance with Jesus. He even refers to Jesus as “the man” (τον αντρωπον — ton anthrōpon), an expression that could convey contempt, “the fellow.” [source]
Matthew 27:34 Wine mingled with gall [οινον μετα χολης μεμιγμενον]
Late MSS. read vinegar (οχος — oxos) instead of wine and Mark (Mark 15:23) has myrrh instead of gall. The myrrh gave the sour wine a better flavour and like the bitter gall had a narcotic and stupefying effect. Both elements may have been in the drink which Jesus tasted and refused to drink. Women provided the drink to deaden the sense of pain and the soldiers may have added the gall to make it disagreeable. Jesus desired to drink to the full the cup from his Father‘s hand (John 18:11). [source]
Matthew 27:66 Sealing the stone, the guard being with them [σπραγισαντης τον λιτον μετα της κουστωδιας]
Probably by a cord stretched across the stone and sealed at each end as in Daniel 6:17. The sealing was done in the presence of the Roman guard who were left in charge to protect this stamp of Roman authority and power. They did their best to prevent theft and the resurrection (Bruce), but they overreached themselves and provided additional witness to the fact of the empty tomb and the resurrection of Jesus (Plummer). [source]
Matthew 28:8 With fear and great joy [μετα ποβου και χαρας μεγαλης]
A touch of life was this as the excited women ran quickly They had the greatest piece of news that it was possible to have. Mark calls it fear and ecstasy. Anything seemed possible now. Mark even says that at first they told no one anything for they were afraid (Mark 16:9), the tragic close of the text of Mark in Aleph and B, our two oldest manuscripts. But these mingled emotions of ecstasy and dread need cause no surprise when all things are considered. [source]
Mark 1:13 With the wild beasts [μετα τωυ τηριων]
Mark does not give the narrative of the three temptations in Matthew and Luke (apparently from the Logia and originally, of course, from Jesus himself). But Mark adds this little touch about the wild beasts in the wilderness. It was the haunt at night of the wolf, the boar, the hyena, the jackal, the leopard. It was lonely and depressing in its isolation and even dangerous. Swete notes that in Psalm 90:13 the promise of victory over the wild beasts comes immediately after that of angelic guardianship cited by Satan in Matthew 4:6. The angels did come and minister (διηκονουν — diēkonoun), imperfect tense, kept it up till he was cheered and strengthened. Dr. Tristram observes that some Abyssinian Christians are in the habit of coming to the Quarantania during Lent and fasting forty days on the summit amid the ruins of its ancient cells and chapels where they suppose Jesus was tempted. But we are all tempted of the devil in the city even worse than in the desert. [source]
Mark 1:20 With the hired servants [μετα των μιστωτων]
One hired for wages Mark alone has this detail of the hired servants left with Zebedee. They left the boat and their father (Matthew 4:22) with the hired servants. The business would go on while they left all (Luke 5:11) and became permanent followers of Jesus. Many a young man has faced precisely this problem when he entered the ministry. Could he leave father and mother, brothers and sisters, while he went forth to college and seminary to become a fisher of men? Not the least of the sacrifices made in the education of young preachers is that made by the home folks who have additional burdens to bear because the young preacher is no longer a bread-winner at home. Most young preachers joyfully carry on such burdens after entering the ministry. [source]
Mark 6:25 Straightway with haste [ευτυς μετα σπουδης]
Before the king‘s rash mood passed and while he was still under the spell of the dancing princess. Herodias knew her game well. See note on Matthew 14:8. [source]
Mark 8:31 After three days [μετα τρεις ημερας]
Matthew 16:21 has “the third day” There are some people who stickle for a strict interpretation of “after three days” which would be “on the fourth day,” not “on the third day.” Evidently Mark‘s phrase here has the same sense as that in Matthew and Luke else they are hopelessly contradictory. In popular language “after three days” can and often does mean “on the third day,” but the fourth day is impossible. [source]
Mark 3:6 And straightway with the Herodians took council [ευτυς μετα των ηρωιδιανων]
The Pharisees could stand no more. So out they stalked at once in a rage of madness (Luke 6:11) and outside of the synagogue took counsel (συμβουλιον εποιησαν — sumboulion epoiēsan) or gave counsel (συμβουλιον εδιδουν — sumboulion edidoun as some MSS. have it, imperfect tense, offered counsel as their solution of the problem) with their bitter enemies, the Herodians, on the sabbath day still “how they might destroy him” (οπως αυτον απολεσωσιν — hopōs auton apolesōsin), a striking illustration of the alternatives of Jesus a few moments before, “to save life or to kill.” This is the first mention of the Herodians or adherents of Herod Antipas and the Herod family rather than the Romans. The Pharisees would welcome the help of their rivals to destroy Jesus. In the presence of Jesus they unite their forces as in Mark 8:15; Mark 12:13; Matthew 22:16. [source]
Mark 10:30 With persecutions [μετα διωγμων]
This extra touch is in Mark alone. There is a reminiscence of some of “the apocalyptic of the familiar descriptions of the blessings of the Messianic kingdom. But Jesus uses such language from the religious idiom of this time only to idealize it” (Gould). The apostles were soon to see the realization of this foreshadowing of persecution. Vincent notes that Jesus omits “a hundred wives” in this list, showing that Julian the Apostate‘s sneer on that score was without foundation. [source]
Mark 14:1 After two days [μετα δυο ημερας]
This was Tuesday evening as we count time (beginning of the Jewish Wednesday). In Matthew 26:2 Jesus is reported as naming this same date which would put it our Thursday evening, beginning of the Jewish Friday. The Gospel of John mentions five items that superficially considered seem to contradict this definite date in Mark and Matthew, but which are really in harmony with them. See discussion on Matthew 26:17 and my Harmony of the Gospels, pp. 279 to 284. Mark calls it here the feast of “the passover and the unleavened bread,” both names covering the eight days. Sometimes “passover” is applied to only the first day, sometimes to the whole period. No sharp distinction in usage was observed. [source]
Mark 15:7 Bound with them that had made insurrection [μετα των στασιαστων δεδεμενος]
A desperate criminal, leader in the insurrection, sedition Barabbas was the leader of these rioters and was bound with them. [source]
Mark 16:12 After these things [μετα ταυτα]
Only here in Mark. Luke tells us that it was on the same day (Luke 24:13). [source]
Luke 2:46 After three days [μετα ημερας τρεις]
One day out, one day back, and on the third day finding him. [source]
Luke 9:39 It teareth him that he foameth [σπαρασσει αυτον μετα απρου]
Literally, “It tears him with (accompanied with, μετα — meta) foam” (old word, απρος — aphros only here in the N.T.). From σπαρασσω — sparassō to convulse, a common verb, but in the N.T. only here and Mark 1:26; Mark 9:26 (and συνσπαρασσω — sunsparassō Mark 9:20). See Mark 9:17; and note on Matthew 17:15 for variations in the symptoms in each Gospel. The use of μετα απρου — meta aphrou is a medical item.Hardly (μολις — molis). Late word used in place of μογις — mogis the old Greek term (in some MSS. here) and alone in Luke‘s writings in the N.T. save 1 Peter 4:18; Romans 5:7.Bruising him sorely Common verb for rubbing together, crushing together like chains (Mark 5:4) or as a vase (Mark 14:3). See notes on Matthew 17:15 and notes on Mark 9:17 for discussion of details here. [source]
Luke 10:17 Returned with joy [υπεστρεπσαν μετα χαρας]
They had profited by the directions of Jesus. Joy overflows their faces and their words. [source]
Luke 11:31 With the men of this generation [μετα των ανδρων της γενεας ταυτης]
Here Matthew 12:42 has simply “with this generation,” which see. [source]
Luke 12:5 After he hath killed [μετα το αποκτειναι]
Preposition μετα — meta with the articular infinitive. Literally, “After the killing” (first aorist active infinitive of the common verb αποκτεινω — apokteinō to kill. [source]
Luke 12:46 With the unfaithful [μετα των απιστων]
Not here “the unbelieving” though that is a common meaning of απιστος — apistos (α — a privative and πιστος — pistos from πειτω — peithō), but the unreliable, the untrustworthy. Here Matthew 24:51 has “with the hypocrites,” the same point. The parallel with Matthew 24:43-51 ends here. Matthew 24:51 adds the saying about the wailing and the gnashing of teeth. Clearly there Luke places the parable of the wise steward in this context while Matthew has it in the great eschatological discourse. Once again we must either think that Jesus repeated the parable or that one of the writers has misplaced it. Luke alone preserves what he gives in Luke 12:47, Luke 12:48. [source]
Luke 13:1 Whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices [ων το αιμα Πειλατος εμιχεν μετα των τυσιων αυτων]
The verb εμιχεν — emixen is first aorist active (not past perfect) of μιγνυμι — mignumi a common verb. The incident is recorded nowhere else, but is in entire harmony with Pilate‘s record for outrages. These Galileans at a feast in Jerusalem may have been involved in some insurrection against the Roman government, the leaders of whom Pilate had slain right in the temple courts where the sacrifices were going on. Jesus comments on the incident, but not as the reporters had expected. Instead of denunciation of Pilate he turned it into a parable for their own conduct in the uncertainty of life. [source]
Luke 14:9 Shalt begin with shame [αρχηι μετα αισχυνης]
The moment of embarrassment.To take the lowest place (τον εσχατον τοπον κατεχειν — ton eschaton topon katechein). To hold down the lowest place, all the intermediate ones being taken. [source]
Luke 15:30 With harlots [μετα πορνων]
This may be true (Luke 15:13), but the elder son did not know it to be true. He may reflect what he would have done in like case. [source]
Luke 17:20 With observation [μετα παρατησεως]
Late Greek word from παρατηρεω — paratēreō to watch closely. Only here in the N.T. Medical writers use it of watching the symptoms of disease. It is used also of close astronomical observations. But close watching of external phenomena will not reveal the signs of the kingdom of God. [source]
Luke 22:20 After the supper [μετα το δειπνησαι]
Preposition μετα — meta and the accusative articular infinitive. The textual situation here is confusing, chiefly because of the two cups (Luke 22:17, Luke 22:20). Some of the documents omit the latter part of Luke 22:19 and all of Luke 22:20. It is possible, of course, that this part crept into the text of Luke from 1 Corinthians 11:24. But, if this part is omitted, Luke would then have the order reversed, the cup before the bread. So there are difficulties whichever turn one takes here with Luke‘s text whether one cup or two cups. [source]
Luke 22:58 After a little while another [μετα βραχυ ετερος]
Matthew 26:71 makes it after Peter had gone out into the porch and mentions a maid as speaking as does Mark 14:69, while here the “other” It is almost impossible to co-ordinate the three denials in the four accounts unless we conceive of several joining in when one led off. This time Peter‘s denial is very blunt, “I am not.” [source]
John 3:22 After these things [μετα ταυτα]
Transition after the interview with Nicodemus. For the phrase see John 5:1; John 6:1; John 7:1. Into the land of Judea Into the country districts outside of Jerusalem. The only example of this phrase in the N.T., but “the region of Judea” Descriptive imperfect active of διατριβω — diatribō old verb to rub between or hard, to spend time (Acts 14:3). Baptized Imperfect active of βαπτιζω — baptizō “He was baptizing.” The six disciples were with him and in John 4:2 John explains that Jesus did the baptizing through the disciples. [source]
John 4:43 After the two days [Μετα τας δυο ημερας]
Those in John 4:40. Into Galilee As he had started to do (John 4:3) before the interruption at Sychar. [source]
John 5:1 After these things [μετα ταυτα]
John is fond of this vague phrase (John 3:22; John 6:1). He does not mean that this incident follows immediately. He is supplementing the Synoptic Gospels and does not attempt a full story of the work of Jesus. Some scholars needlessly put chapter 5 after chapter 6 because in chapter 6 Jesus is in Galilee as at the end of chapter 4. But surely it is not incongruous to think of Jesus making a visit to Jerusalem before the events in chapter 6 which undoubtedly come within a year of the end (John 6:4). A feast of the Jews Some manuscripts have the article Went up Second aorist active indicative of αναβαινω — anabainō It was up towards Jerusalem from every direction save from Hebron. [source]
John 6:1 After these things [μετα ταυτα]
A common, but indefinite, note of time in John (John 3:22; John 5:1; John 6:1; John 7:1). The phrase does not mean immediate sequence of events. As a matter of fact, a whole year may intervene between the events of chapter 5 in Jerusalem and those in chapter 6 in Galilee. There is no sufficient reason for believing that chapter 6 originally preceded chapter 5. The feeding of the five thousand is the only event before the last visit to Jerusalem recorded in all Four Gospels (Mark 6:30-44; Matthew 14:13-21; Luke 9:10-17; John 6:1-13). The disciples have returned from the tour of Galilee and report to Jesus. It was the passover time (John 6:4) just a year before the end. To the other side of the Sea of Galilee The name given in Mark and Matthew. It is called Gennesaret in Luke 5:1 and “Sea of Tiberias” in John 21:1. Here “of Tiberias” (της Τιβεριαδος — tēs Tiberiados) is added as further description. Herod Antipas a.d. 22 built Tiberias to the west of the Sea of Galilee and made it his capital. See John 6:23 for this city. Luke (Luke 9:10) explains that it was the eastern Bethsaida (Julias) to which Jesus took the disciples, not the western Bethsaida of Mark 6:45 in Galilee. [source]
John 7:1 After these things [μετα ταυτα]
John‘s favourite general note of the order of events. Bernard conceives that the events in John 7:1-14 follow John 7:15-24 and both follow chapter 5, not chapter 6, a wholly needless readjustment of the narrative to suit a preconceived theory. John simply supplements the narrative in the Synoptics at points deemed important. He now skips the period of withdrawal from Galilee of about six months (from passover to tabernacles). Walked Imperfect active, a literal picture of the itinerant ministry of Jesus. He has returned to Galilee from the region of Caesarea Philippi. He had been avoiding Galilee as well as Judea for six months. For he would not walk in Judea Imperfect active of τελω — thelō picturing the attitude of refusal to work in Judea after the events in chapter 5 (perhaps a year and a half before). Sought to kill Imperfect active again, progressive attitude, had been seeking to kill him as shown in John 5:18 where the same words occur. [source]
John 11:7 Then after this [επειτα μετα τουτο]
Επειτα — Epeita (only here in John) means thereafter (Luke 16:7) and it is made plainer by the addition of μετα τουτο — meta touto (cf. John 2:12; John 11:11), meaning after the two days had elapsed. Let us go into Judea again Volitive (hortative) subjunctive of αγω — agō (intransitive use as in John 11:11, John 11:16). They had but recently escaped the rage of the Jews in Jerusalem (John 10:39) to this haven in Bethany beyond Jordan (John 10:40). [source]
Acts 1:3 After his passion [μετα το πατειν αυτον]
Neat Greek idiom, μετα — meta with the articular infinitive (second aorist active of πασχω — paschō) and the accusative of general reference, “after the suffering as to him.” For πατειν — pathein used absolutely of Christ‘s suffering see also Acts 17:3; Acts 26:23. [source]
Acts 1:5 Not many days hence [ου μετα πολλας ταυτας ημερας]
A neat Greek idiom difficult to render smoothly into English: “Not after many days these.” The litotes (not many=few) is common in Luke (Luke 7:6; Luke 15:13; Acts 17:27; Acts 19:11; Acts 20:12; Acts 21:39; Acts 28:14; Acts 28:2). The predicate use of ταυτας — tautas (without article) is to be noted. “These” really means as a starting point, “from these” (Robertson, Grammar, p. 702). It was ten days hence. This idiom occurs several times in Luke (Luke 24:21; Acts 24:21), as elsewhere (John 4:18; 2 Peter 3:1). In Luke 2:12 the copula is easily supplied as it exists in Luke 1:36; Luke 2:2. [source]
Acts 2:29 Freely [μετα παρρησιας]
Telling it all It is a new start for Simon Peter, full of boldness and courage. The patriarch (πατρια — tou patriarchou). Transliteration of the word, from αρχω — patria family, and εταπη — archō to rule, the founder of a family. Late word in lxx. Used of Abraham (Hebrews 7:4), of the twelve sons of Jacob as founders of the several tribes (Acts 7:8), and here of David as head of the family from whom the Messiah comes. Was buried Second aorist passive indicative of thaptō His tomb was on Matthew. Zion where most of the kings were buried. The tomb was said to have fallen into ruins in the time of the Emperor Hadrian. Josephus (Ant. XVI. 7, 1) attributes most of the misfortunes of Herod‘s family to the fact that he tried to rifle the tomb of David. [source]
Acts 4:29 To speak thy word with all boldness [μετα παρρησιας πασης λαλειν τον λογον σου]
Literally, “with all boldness to go on speaking (present active infinitive) thy word.” Peter and John had defied the Sanhedrin in Acts 4:20, but all the same and all the more they pray for courage in deed to live up to their brave words. A wholesome lesson. [source]
Acts 5:26 But without violence [ου μετα βιας]
Literally, not with violence. For they feared (εποβουντο γαρ — ephobounto gar). Imperfect middle, still feared, kept on fearing. Lest they be stoned Negative purpose with μη — mē (like ινα μη — hina mē), probably with “not with violence,” though possible with “they feared.” They handled the apostles gently for fear of being stoned themselves by the people. First aorist passive subjunctive of λιταζω — lithazō (from λιτος — lithos stone), old verb to pelt with stones (Acts 14:19; John 10:31-33). [source]
Acts 7:4 When his father was dead [μετα το αποτανειν αυτον]
Μετα — Meta with the accusative of the articular infinitive and the accusative of general reference (αυτον — auton), regular Greek idiom. In Genesis 11:32 it is stated that Terah died at Haran at the age of 205. There are various explanations of the discrepancy, but no one that seems certain. It is possible (Hackett, Felten) that Abraham is mentioned first in Genesis 11:26 because he became the most prominent and was really younger than Haran his brother who died before the first migration who was really sixty years older than Abraham. According to this view Terah was 130 years old at the birth of Abraham, leaving Abraham 75 at the death of Terah (205). [source]
Acts 7:45 With Joshua [μετα Ιησου]
With Jesus, the Greek form of Joshua (contracted from Jehoshua, Matthew 1:21), as in Hebrews 4:8. [source]
Acts 12:4 After the passover [μετα το πασχα]
The passover feast of eight days. “The stricter Jews regarded it as a profanation to put a person to death during a religious festival” (Hackett). So Agrippa is more scrupulous than the Sanhedrin was about Jesus. To bring him forth (αναγαγειν αυτον — anagagein auton). Second aorist active infinitive of αναγω — anagō to lead up, old verb, used literally here. Peter was in the inner prison or lower ward and so would be led up to the judgment seat where Herod Agrippa would sit (cf. John 19:13). To the people Ethical dative, in the presence of and for the pleasure of the Jewish people. [source]
Acts 13:17 With a high arm [μετα βραχιονος υπσηλου]
Vivid picture from the lxx (Exodus 6:1, 6; Deuteronomy 5:15; Ps 136:12). [source]
Acts 13:15 After the reading of the law and the prophets [μετα την αναγνωσιν του νομου και των προπητων]
The law was first read in the synagogues till b.c. 163 when Antiochus Epiphones prohibited it. Then the reading of the prophets was substituted for it. The Maccabees restored both. There was a reading from the law and one from the prophets in Hebrew which was interpreted into the Aramaic or the Greek Koiné{[28928]}š for the people. The reading was followed by the sermon as when Jesus was invited to read and to preach in Nazareth (Luke 4:16.). For the service in the synagogue see Schuerer, History of the Jewish People, Div. II, Vol. II, pp. 79ff. It was the duty of the rulers of the synagogue Any rabbi or distinguished stranger could be called on to speak. [source]
Acts 13:20 And after these things [και μετα ταυτα]
That is, the time of the Judges then began. Cf. Jud Judges 2:16. [source]
Acts 14:23 Had prayed with fasting [προσευχαμενοι μετα νηστειων]
It was a serious matter, this formal setting apart of these “elders” in the churches. So it was done in a public meeting with prayer and fasting as when Paul and Barnabas were sent forth from Antioch in Syria (Acts 13:3) on this mission tour. They commended them to the Lord (παρετεντο αυτους τωι κυριωι — parethento autous tōi kuriōi). Second aorist middle indicative of παρατιτημι — paratithēmi Old and solemn word, to entrust, to deposit as in a bank (1 Timothy 1:18; 2 Timothy 2:2). Cf. παρατηκη — parathēkē in 1 Timothy 6:20; 2 Timothy 1:12, 2 Timothy 1:14. It was all that they could now do, to commit them to the Lord Jesus. Jesus used this word on the cross (Luke 22:32). On whom they had believed Past perfect indicative (without augment) of πιστευω — pisteuō They had “trusted” in Jesus (2 Timothy 1:12) and Paul now “entrusts” them to him with confidence. It was a solemn and serious occasion in each instance as it always is to set apart men for the ministry. These men may not have been ideal men for this service, but they were the only ones available and they were chosen from the actual membership in each instance, men who knew local conditions and problems. [source]
Acts 15:13 After they had held their peace [μετα το σιγησαι αυτους]
Literally, “after the becoming silent (ingressive aorist active of the articular infinitive) as to them (Barnabas and Paul, accusative of general reference).” [source]
Acts 15:35 With many others also [μετα και ετερων πολλων]
A time of general revival and naturally so after the victory at Jerusalem. It is at this point that it is probable that the sad incident took place told by Paul in Galatians 2:11-21. Peter came up to see how things were going in Antioch after Paul‘s victory in Jerusalem. At first Peter mingled freely with the Greek Christians without the compunctions shown at Caesarea and for which he had to answer in Jerusalem (Acts 11:1-18). Rumours of Peter‘s conduct reached Jerusalem and the Judaizers saw a chance to reopen the controversy on the line of social customs, a matter not passed on at the Jerusalem Conference. These Judaizers threaten Peter with a new trial and he surrenders and is followed by Barnabas and all the Jewish brethren in Antioch to the dismay of Paul who boldly rebuked Peter and Barnabas and won them back to his view. It was a crisis. Some would even date the Epistle to the Galatians at this time also, an unlikely hypothesis. [source]
Acts 17:11 With all readiness of mind [μετα πασης προτυμιας]
Old word from προτυμος — prothumos Paul expounded the Scriptures daily as in Thessalonica, but the Beroeans, instead of resenting his new interpretation, examined (ει εχοι ταυτα ουτως — anakrinō means to sift up and down, make careful and exact research as in legal processes as in Acts 4:9; Acts 12:19, etc.) the Scriptures for themselves. In Scotland people have the Bible open on the preacher as he expounds the passage, a fine habit worth imitating. Whether these things were so Literally, “if these things had it thus.” The present optative in the indirect question represents an original present indicative as in Luke 1:29 (Robertson, Grammar, pp. 1043f.). This use of ei with the optative may be looked at as the condition of the fourth class (undetermined with less likelihood of determination) as in Acts 17:27; Acts 20:16; Acts 24:19; Acts 27:12 (Robertson, Grammar, p. 1021). The Beroeans were eagerly interested in the new message of Paul and Silas but they wanted to see it for themselves. What a noble attitude. Paul‘s preaching made Bible students of them. The duty of private interpretation is thus made plain (Hovey). [source]
Acts 18:10 Because I am with thee [διοτι εγω ειμι μετα σου]
Jesus had given this promise to all believers (Matthew 28:20) and here he renews it to Paul. This promise changes Paul‘s whole outlook. Jesus had spoken to Paul before, on the way to Damascus (Acts 9:4), in Jerusalem (Acts 22:17.), in Troas (Acts 16:9), in great crises of his life. He will hear him again (Acts 23:11; Acts 27:23). Paul knows the voice of Jesus. [source]
Acts 20:1 After the uproar was ceased [μετα το παυσασται τον τορυβον]
Literally, after the ceasing (accusative of articular aorist middle infinitive of παυω — pauō to make cease) as to the uproar (accusative of general reference). Noise and riot, already in Matthew 26:5; Matthew 27:24; Mark 5:38; Mark 14:2; and see in Acts 21:34; Acts 24:18. Pictures the whole incident as bustle and confusion. [source]
Acts 20:6 After the days of unleavened bread [μετα τας ημερας των αζυμων]
Paul was a Jew, though a Christian, and observed the Jewish feasts, though he protested against Gentiles being forced to do it (Galatians 4:10; Colossians 2:16). Was Luke a proselyte because he notes the Jewish feasts as here and in Acts 27:9 ? He may have noted them merely because Paul observed them. But this passover was a year after that in Ephesus when Paul expected to remain there till Pentecost (1 Corinthians 16:8). He was hoping now to reach Jerusalem by Pentecost (Acts 20:16) as he did. We do not know the precise year, possibly a.d. 56 or 57. [source]
Acts 20:29 After my departing [μετα την απιχιν μου]
Not his death, but his departure from them. From απικνεομαι — aphikneomai and usually meant arrival, but departure in Herodotus IX. 17, 76 as here. [source]
Acts 24:18 With no crowd [ου μετα οχλου]
“Not with a crowd” till the Asiatic Jews gathered one (Acts 21:27). [source]
Acts 24:18 Nor yet with tumult [ουδε μετα τορυβου]
They made the tumult (Acts 27:30), not Paul. Till they made the stir, all was quiet. [source]
Acts 25:1 After three days [μετα τρεις ημερας]
So in Acts 28:17 in Rome. That is on the third day, with a day of rest in between. Precisely the language used of the resurrection of Jesus “after three days” = “on the third day.” So by common usage then and now. [source]
Acts 25:12 When he had conferred with the council [συνλαλησας μετα του συμβουλιου]
The word συμβουλιον — sumboulion in the N.T. usually means “counsel” as in Matthew 12:14, but here alone as an assembly of counsellors or council. But the papyri (Milligan and Moulton‘s Vocabulary) furnish a number of instances of this sense of the word as “council.” Here it apparently means the chief officers and personal retinue of the procurator, his assessors These local advisers were a necessity. Some discretion was allowed the governor about granting the appeal. If the prisoner were a well-known robber or pirate, it could be refused. [source]
Acts 25:23 With great pomp [μετα πολλης παντασιας]
Παντασια — Phantasia is a Koiné{[28928]}š word (Polybius, Diodorus, etc.) from the old verb πανταζω — phantazō (Hebrews 12:21) and it from παινω — phainō common verb to show, to make an appearance. This is the only N.T. example of παντασια — phantasia though the kindred common word παντασμα — phantasma (appearance) occurs twice in the sense of apparition or spectre (Matthew 14:26; Mark 6:49). Herodotus (VII. 10) used the verb πανταζω — phantazō for a showy parade. Festus decided to gratify the wish of Agrippa by making the “hearing” of Paul the prisoner (Acts 25:22) an occasion for paying a compliment to Agrippa (Rackham) by a public gathering of the notables in Caesarea. Festus just assumed that Paul would fall in with this plan for a grand entertainment though he did not have to do it. Into the place of hearing (εις το ακροατηριον — eis to akroatērion). From ακροαομαι — akroaomai (to be a hearer) and, like the Latin auditorium, in Roman law means the place set aside for hearing, and deciding cases. Here only in the N.T. Late word, several times in Plutarch and other Koiné{[28928]}š writers. The hearing was “semi-official” (Page) as is seen in Acts 25:26. With the chief captains Χιλιαρχς — Chiliarchs each a leader of a thousand. There were five cohorts of soldiers stationed in Caesarea. And the principal men of the city (και ανδρασιν τοις κατ εχοχην — kai andrasin tois kat' exochēn). The use of κατ εχοχην — kat' exochēn like our French phrase par excellence, occurs here only in the N.T., and not in the ancient Greek, but it is found in inscriptions of the first century a.d. (Moulton and Milligan‘s Vocabulary). Εχοχη — Exochē in medical writers is any protuberance or swelling. Cf. our phrase “outstanding men.” At the command of Festus Genitive absolute again, “Festus having commanded.” [source]
1 Corinthians 11:25 After supper [μετα το δειπνησαι]
Μετα — Meta and the articular aorist active infinitive, “after the dining” (or the supping) as in Luke 22:20. [source]
2 Corinthians 7:15 With fear and trembling [μετα ποβου και τρομου]
He had brought a stern message (1 Corinthians 5:5) and they had trembled at the words of Titus (cf. Ephesians 6:5; Philemon 2:12). Paul had himself come to the Corinthians at first with a nervous dread (1 Corinthians 2:3). [source]
2 Corinthians 8:4 Beseeching us with much intreaty in regard of this grace [μετα πολλης παρακλησεως δεομενοι ημων την χαριν]
Literally, “with much intreaty begging of us the favour and the partnership in the ministry to the saints.” The accusative Apparently Paul had been reluctant to press the Macedonians because of their manifest poverty. They demanded the right to have a share in it. [source]
Galatians 1:18 Then after three years [επειτα μετα τρια ετη]
A round number to cover the period from his departure from Jerusalem for Damascus to his return to Jerusalem. This stay in Damascus was an important episode in Paul‘s theological readjustment to his new experience. [source]
Galatians 2:1 With Barnabas [μετα αρναβα]
As in Acts 15:2. Taking Titus also with me (συνπαραλαβων και Τιτον — sunparalabōn kai Titon). Second aorist active participle of συνπαραλαμβανω — sunparalambanō the very verb used in Acts 15:37. of the disagreement between Paul and Barnabas about Mark. Titus is not mentioned in Acts 15 nor anywhere else in Acts for some reason, possibly because he was Luke‘s own brother. But his very presence was a challenge to the Judaizers, since he was a Greek Christian. [source]
Galatians 2:12 He did eat with the Gentiles [μετα των ετνων συνηστιεν]
It was his habit (imperfect tense). He drew back (υπεστελλεν — hupestellen). Imperfect tense, inchoative action, “he began to draw himself (εαυτον — heauton) back.” Old word υποστελλω — hupostellō See middle voice to dissemble (Acts 20:20, Acts 20:27), to shrink (Hebrews 10:38). Separated himself Inchoative imperfect again, “began to separate himself” just like a Pharisee (see note on Galatians 1:15) and as if afraid of the Judaizers in the Jerusalem Church, perhaps half afraid that James might not endorse what he had been doing. Fearing them that were of the circumcision (ποβουμενος τους εκ περιτομης — phoboumenos tous ek peritomēs). This was the real reason for Peter‘s cowardice. See Acts 11:2 for “οι εκ περιτομης — hoi ek peritomēs ” (they of the circumcision), the very phrase here. It was not that Peter had changed his views from the Jerusalem resolutions. It was pure fear of trouble to himself as in the denials at the trial of Christ. [source]
Galatians 3:17 Four hundred and thirty years after [μετα τετρακοσια και τριακοντα ετη]
Literally, “after four hundred and thirty years.” This is the date in Exodus 12:40 for the sojourn in Egypt (cf. Genesis 15:13). But the lxx adds words to include the time of the patriarchs in Canaan in this number of years which would cut the time in Egypt in two. Cf. Acts 7:6. It is immaterial to Paul‘s argument which chronology is adopted except that “the longer the covenant had been in force the more impressive is his statement” (Burton). [source]
Ephesians 6:5 With fear and trembling [μετα ποβου και τρομου]
This addition to Colossians 3:22. [source]
Ephesians 6:23 Love and faith [αγαπη μετα πιστεως]
Love of the brotherhood accompanied by faith in Christ and as an expression of it. [source]
Philippians 1:4 With joy [μετα χαρας]
Keynote of the Epistle. Paul is a happy prisoner as in Philippi when he and Silas sang praises at midnight though in prison (Acts 16:25). [source]
Philippians 2:12 With fear and trembling [μετα ποβου και τρομου]
“Not slavish terror, but wholesome, serious caution” (Vincent). “A nervous and trembling anxiety to do right” (Lightfoot). Paul has no sympathy with a cold and dead orthodoxy or formalism that knows nothing of struggle and growth. He exhorts as if he were an Arminian in addressing men. He prays as if he were a Calvinist in addressing God and feels no inconsistency in the two attitudes. Paul makes no attempt to reconcile divine sovereignty and human free agency, but boldly proclaims both. [source]
Philippians 4:3 With Clement also [μετα και Κλημεντος]
There is no evidence that he was Clement of Rome as the name is common. In the book of life (εν βιβλωι ζωης — en biblōi zōēs). The only instance of this expression in the N.T. outside of the Apocalypse (Revelation 3:5; Revelation 13:8; Revelation 17:8, etc.). Hence real Christians in spite of their bickerings. [source]
Philippians 4:6 With thanksgiving [μετα ευχαριστιας]
In all the forms of prayer here named thanksgiving should appear. [source]
1 Thessalonians 1:6 With joy of the Holy Spirit [μετα χαρας πνευματος αγιου]
The Holy Spirit gives the joy in the midst of the tribulations as Paul learned (Romans 5:3). “This paradox of experience” (Moffatt) shines along the pathway of martyrs and saints of Christ. [source]
2 Thessalonians 3:12 That with quietness they work, and eat their own bread [ινα μετα ησυχιας εργαζομενοι τον εαυτων αρτον εστιωσιν]
Substance of the command and exhortation by ινα — hina and the present subjunctive εστιωσιν — esthiōsin Literally, that working with quietness they keep on eating their own bread. The precise opposite of their conduct in 2 Thessalonians 3:11. [source]
1 Timothy 2:9 With shamefastness [μετα αιδους]
Old word for shame, reverence, in N.T. only here and Hebrews 12:28. Sobriety (σωπροσυνης — sōphrosunēs). Old word, in N.T. only here, 1 Timothy 2:15, and Acts 26:15 (Paul also). Not with braided hair Old word from πλεκω — plekō to plait, to braid, for nets, baskets, here only in N.T. Cf. 1 Peter 3:1 And gold (εν χρυσιωι — en chrusiōi). Locative case with εν — en repeated. Some MSS. read χρυσωι — chrusōi Both used for gold ornaments. Or pearls See note on Matthew 7:6 for this word. Or costly raiment (η ιματισμωι πολυτελει — ē himatismōi polutelei). ιματισμος — Himatismos a common Koiné{[28928]}š word from ιματιζω — himatizō to clothe. Πολυτελης — Polutelēs old word from πολυς — polus and τελος — telos (great price). See Mark 14:3. [source]
1 Timothy 6:6 With contentment [μετα αυταρκειας]
Old word from αυταρκης — autarkēs (αυτοσ αρκεω — autosarkeō) as in Philemon 4:11. In N.T. only here and 2 Corinthians 9:8. This attitude of mind is Paul‘s conception of “great gain.” [source]
1 Timothy 4:14 With the laying on of the hands of the presbytery [μετα επιτεσεως των χειρων του πρεσβυτεριου]
In Acts 13:2., when Barnabas and Saul were formally set apart to the mission campaign (not then ordained as ministers, for they were already that), there was the call of the Spirit and the laying on of hands with prayer. Here again μετα — meta does not express instrument or means, but merely accompaniment. In 2 Timothy 1:6 Paul speaks only of his own laying on of hands, but the rest of the presbytery no doubt did so at the same time and the reference is to this incident. There is no way to tell when and where it was done, whether at Lystra when Timothy joined Paul‘s party or at Ephesus just before Paul left Timothy there (1 Timothy 1:3). Επιτεσις — Epithesis Πρεσβυτεριον — Presbuterion is a late word (ecclesiastical use also), first for the Jewish Sanhedrin (Luke 22:66; Acts 22:5), then (here only in N.T.) of Christian elders (common in Ignatius), though πρεσβυτερος — presbuteros (elder) for preachers (bishops) is common (Acts 11:30; Acts 15:2; Acts 20:17, etc.). [source]
Titus 2:15 With all authority [μετα πασης επιταγης]
See note on 1 Corinthians 7:6; 2 Corinthians 8:8. Assertion of authority is sometimes necessary. [source]
Hebrews 5:7 With strong crying and tears [μετα κραυγης ισχυρας και δακρυων]
See Luke 22:44. for a picture of the scene in Gethsemane (anguish and pathos). No doubt the writer has in mind other times when Jesus shed tears (John 11:35; Luke 19:41), but Gethsemane chiefly. To save him from death A reference to the cry of Jesus in Gethsemane (Matthew 26:39). Having been heard for his godly fear Old word from ευλαβης — eulabēs (taking hold well, Luke 2:25 from ευ λαμβανω — eu class="normal greek">ευλαβεομαι — lambanō the verb eulabeomai in N.T. only in Hebrews 11:7), in N.T. only here and Hebrews 12:28. Fine picture of Christ‘s attitude toward the Father in the prayer in Gethsemane and in all his prayers. Jesus in Gethsemane at once surrendered his will to that of the Father who heard his plea and enabled him to acquiesce in the Father‘s will. [source]
Hebrews 7:28 After the law [μετα τον νομον]
As shown in Hebrews 7:11-19, and with an oath (Psalm 110:4). Son As in Psalm 2:7; Hebrews 1:2 linked with Psalm 110:4. Perfected Perfect passive participle of τελειοω — teleioō The process (Hebrews 2:10) was now complete. Imperfect and sinful as we are we demand a permanent high priest who is sinless and perfectly equipped by divine appointment and human experience (Hebrews 2:17.; Hebrews 5:1-10) to meet our needs, and with the perfect offering of himself as sacrifice. [source]
Hebrews 9:3 After the second veil [μετα το δευτερον καταπετασμα]
The first veil opened from outside into the Holy Place, the second veil opened from the Holy Place into the Holy of Holies The word καταπετασμα — katapetasma is from καταπεταννυμι — katapetannumi to spread down, and we have already had it in Hebrews 6:19. Cf. also Matthew 27:51. [source]
1 Peter 1:11 The glories that should follow them [τας μετα ταυτα δοχας]
“The after these things (sufferings) glories.” The plural of δοχα — doxa is rare, but occurs in Exodus 15:11; Hosea 9:11. The glories of Christ followed the sufferings as in 1 Peter 4:13; 1 Peter 5:1, 1 Peter 5:6. [source]
1 Peter 3:15 Yet with meekness and fear [αλλα μετα πραυτητος και ποβου]
Of God (1 Peter 2:18; 1 Peter 3:2, 1 Peter 3:4), not of man. [source]
2 Peter 1:15 After my decease [μετα την εμην εχοδον]
For εχοδος — exodos meaning death see Luke 9:31, and for departure from Egypt (way out, εχ οδος — exεχειν υμας — hodos) see Hebrews 11:22, the only other N.T. examples. Here again Peter was present on the Transfiguration mount when the talk was about the “exodus” of Jesus from earth. [source]
Revelation 1:7 Behold, he cometh with the clouds [ιδου ερχεται μετα των νεπελων]
Futuristic present middle indicative of ερχομαι — erchomai a reminiscence of Daniel 7:13 (Theodotion). “It becomes a common eschatological refrain” (Beckwith) as in Mark 13:26; Mark 14:62; Matthew 24:30; Matthew 26:64; Luke 21:27. Compare the manifestation of God in the clouds at Sinai, in the cloudy pillar, the Shekinah, at the transfiguration” (Vincent). [source]
Revelation 4:1 After these things [μετα ταυτα]
Change in the panorama, not chronology (Revelation 7:1, Revelation 7:9; Revelation 15:5; Revelation 18:1; Revelation 19:1). This vision is of heaven, not of earth as was true of chapters Rev 1; 2. The first vision of Christ and the messages to the seven churches began in Revelation 1:12. This new vision of the throne in heaven (Revelation 4:1-11) succeeds that to which it here alludes. [source]
Revelation 4:1 Hereafter [μετα ταυτα]
Some editors (Westcott and Hort) connect these words with the beginning of Revelation 4:2. [source]
Revelation 7:1 After this [μετα τουτο]
Instead of the seventh seal (Revelation 8:1) being opened, two other episodes or preliminary visions occupy chapter 7 (the sealing of the servants of God Revelation 7:1-8 and the vision of the redeemed before the throne Revelation 7:9-17). [source]
Revelation 11:11 After the [μετα τας]
The article τας — tas (the) points back to Revelation 11:9. [source]
Revelation 12:7 With the dragon [μετα του δρακοντος]
On the use of μετα — meta with πολεμεω — polemeō see Revelation 2:16; Revelation 13:4; Revelation 17:14 (nowhere else in N.T.). The devil has angels under his command (Matthew 25:41) and preachers also (2 Corinthians 11:14.).Warred (επολεμησεν — epolemēsen). Constative aorist active indicative of πολεμεω — polemeō picturing the whole battle in one glimpse. [source]
Revelation 13:7 To make war with the saints and to overcome them [ποιησαι πολεμον μετα των αγιων και νικησαι αυτους]
This clause with two epexegetical first aorist active infinitives (πολεμησαι — polemēsai and νικησαι — nikēsai) is omitted in A C P, but probably by ομοεοτελευτον — homoeoteleuton (like ending) because of the repetition of εδοτη — edothē The words seem to come from Daniel 7:21, Daniel 7:23. There was no escape from the beast‘s rule in the Mediterranean world. See Revelation 5:9 for the phrases here used, there for praise to the Lamb. [source]
Revelation 14:4 Were not defiled with women [μετα γυναικων ουκ εμολυντησαν]
First aorist passive indicative of μολυνω — molunō old verb, to stain, already in Revelation 3:4, which see. The use of this word rules out marriage, which was not considered sinful. [source]
Revelation 17:14 Shall war against the Lamb [μετα του τηριου πολεμησουσιν]
Future active of πολεμεο — polemeo to war. As allies of the beast (the servant of the dragon, Revelation 12:7) they will wage war with the Lamb (the enemy of the dragon). These kings gather for battle as in Revelation 16:13.And the Lamb shall overcome them (και το αρνιον νικησει αυτους — kai to arnion nikēsei autous). Future active of νικαω — nikaō This is the glorious outcome, victory by the Lamb over the coalition of kings as against the beast before.For he is Lord of lords and King of kings 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 19:1 After these things [μετα ταυτα]
Often when a turn comes in this book. But Beckwith is probably correct in seeing in Revelation 19:1-5 the climax of chapter Rev 18. This first voice (Revelation 19:1, Revelation 19:2) ως πωνην μεγαλην ουχλου πολλου — hōs phōnēn megalēn ouchlou pollou (as it were great voice of much multitude) is probably the response of the angelic host (Revelation 5:11; Hebrews 12:22). There is responsive singing (grand chorus) as in chapters Revelation 4:1-11; Revelation 5:1-14. [source]
Revelation 19:19 To make war against [ποιησαι πολεμον μετα]
First aorist active infinitive of ποιεω — poieō to express purpose. See πολεμεω μετα — polemeō meta in Revelation 12:7 and the use of συναγω εις πολεμον — sunagō eis polemon in Revelation 16:14; Revelation 20:8. The beast (for his army see Revelation 16:13.) led a league of ten kings against Babylon in Revelation 17:16., but with the purpose also of fighting the Lamb (Revelation 17:14). [source]
Revelation 20:4 And reigned with Christ [και εβασιλευσαν μετα του Χριστου]
Same use of the first aorist active indicative of βασιλευω — basileuō but more clearly constative. Beckwith and Swete take this to apply solely to the martyrs, the martyrs‘ reign with Christ. [source]
Revelation 21:3 The tabernacle of God is with men [η σκηνη του τεου μετα των αντρωπων]
It is one of the angels of the Presence (Revelation 16:17; Revelation 19:5) speaking. [source]

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Matthew 18:16 Take with thee [παραλαβε μετα σου]
Take alone (παρα — para) with (μετα — meta) thee. [source]
Luke 12:5 After he hath killed [μετα το αποκτειναι]
Preposition μετα — meta with the articular infinitive. Literally, “After the killing” (first aorist active infinitive of the common verb αποκτεινω — apokteinō to kill. [source]
Luke 22:20 After the supper [μετα το δειπνησαι]
Preposition μετα — meta and the accusative articular infinitive. The textual situation here is confusing, chiefly because of the two cups (Luke 22:17, Luke 22:20). Some of the documents omit the latter part of Luke 22:19 and all of Luke 22:20. It is possible, of course, that this part crept into the text of Luke from 1 Corinthians 11:24. But, if this part is omitted, Luke would then have the order reversed, the cup before the bread. So there are difficulties whichever turn one takes here with Luke‘s text whether one cup or two cups. [source]
Luke 9:39 It teareth him that he foameth [σπαρασσει αυτον μετα απρου]
Literally, “It tears him with (accompanied with, μετα — meta) foam” (old word, απρος — aphros only here in the N.T.). From σπαρασσω — sparassō to convulse, a common verb, but in the N.T. only here and Mark 1:26; Mark 9:26 (and συνσπαρασσω — sunsparassō Mark 9:20). See Mark 9:17; and note on Matthew 17:15 for variations in the symptoms in each Gospel. The use of μετα απρου — meta aphrou is a medical item.Hardly (μολις — molis). Late word used in place of μογις — mogis the old Greek term (in some MSS. here) and alone in Luke‘s writings in the N.T. save 1 Peter 4:18; Romans 5:7.Bruising him sorely Common verb for rubbing together, crushing together like chains (Mark 5:4) or as a vase (Mark 14:3). See notes on Matthew 17:15 and notes on Mark 9:17 for discussion of details here. [source]
John 11:7 Then after this [επειτα μετα τουτο]
Επειτα — Epeita (only here in John) means thereafter (Luke 16:7) and it is made plainer by the addition of μετα τουτο — meta touto (cf. John 2:12; John 11:11), meaning after the two days had elapsed. Let us go into Judea again Volitive (hortative) subjunctive of αγω — agō (intransitive use as in John 11:11, John 11:16). They had but recently escaped the rage of the Jews in Jerusalem (John 10:39) to this haven in Bethany beyond Jordan (John 10:40). [source]
Acts 1:3 After his passion [μετα το πατειν αυτον]
Neat Greek idiom, μετα — meta with the articular infinitive (second aorist active of πασχω — paschō) and the accusative of general reference, “after the suffering as to him.” For πατειν — pathein used absolutely of Christ‘s suffering see also Acts 17:3; Acts 26:23. [source]
Acts 7:4 When his father was dead [μετα το αποτανειν αυτον]
Μετα — Meta with the accusative of the articular infinitive and the accusative of general reference (αυτον — auton), regular Greek idiom. In Genesis 11:32 it is stated that Terah died at Haran at the age of 205. There are various explanations of the discrepancy, but no one that seems certain. It is possible (Hackett, Felten) that Abraham is mentioned first in Genesis 11:26 because he became the most prominent and was really younger than Haran his brother who died before the first migration who was really sixty years older than Abraham. According to this view Terah was 130 years old at the birth of Abraham, leaving Abraham 75 at the death of Terah (205). [source]
1 Corinthians 11:25 After supper [μετα το δειπνησαι]
Μετα — Meta and the articular aorist active infinitive, “after the dining” (or the supping) as in Luke 22:20. [source]
1 Timothy 4:14 With the laying on of the hands of the presbytery [μετα επιτεσεως των χειρων του πρεσβυτεριου]
In Acts 13:2., when Barnabas and Saul were formally set apart to the mission campaign (not then ordained as ministers, for they were already that), there was the call of the Spirit and the laying on of hands with prayer. Here again μετα — meta does not express instrument or means, but merely accompaniment. In 2 Timothy 1:6 Paul speaks only of his own laying on of hands, but the rest of the presbytery no doubt did so at the same time and the reference is to this incident. There is no way to tell when and where it was done, whether at Lystra when Timothy joined Paul‘s party or at Ephesus just before Paul left Timothy there (1 Timothy 1:3). Επιτεσις — Epithesis Πρεσβυτεριον — Presbuterion is a late word (ecclesiastical use also), first for the Jewish Sanhedrin (Luke 22:66; Acts 22:5), then (here only in N.T.) of Christian elders (common in Ignatius), though πρεσβυτερος — presbuteros (elder) for preachers (bishops) is common (Acts 11:30; Acts 15:2; Acts 20:17, etc.). [source]
Revelation 12:7 With the dragon [μετα του δρακοντος]
On the use of μετα — meta with πολεμεω — polemeō see Revelation 2:16; Revelation 13:4; Revelation 17:14 (nowhere else in N.T.). The devil has angels under his command (Matthew 25:41) and preachers also (2 Corinthians 11:14.).Warred (επολεμησεν — epolemēsen). Constative aorist active indicative of πολεμεω — polemeō picturing the whole battle in one glimpse. [source]
Revelation 19:19 To make war against [ποιησαι πολεμον μετα]
First aorist active infinitive of ποιεω — poieō to express purpose. See πολεμεω μετα — polemeō meta in Revelation 12:7 and the use of συναγω εις πολεμον — sunagō eis polemon in Revelation 16:14; Revelation 20:8. The beast (for his army see Revelation 16:13.) led a league of ten kings against Babylon in Revelation 17:16., but with the purpose also of fighting the Lamb (Revelation 17:14). [source]
Revelation 17:14 Shall war against the Lamb [μετα του τηριου πολεμησουσιν]
Future active of πολεμεο — polemeo to war. As allies of the beast (the servant of the dragon, Revelation 12:7) they will wage war with the Lamb (the enemy of the dragon). These kings gather for battle as in Revelation 16:13.And the Lamb shall overcome them (και το αρνιον νικησει αυτους — kai to arnion nikēsei autous). Future active of νικαω — nikaō This is the glorious outcome, victory by the Lamb over the coalition of kings as against the beast before.For he is Lord of lords and King of kings 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]

445 Verses with G3326

Matthew 1:12
Literal: After then the carrying away to Babylon Jeconiah begat - Shealtiel Shealtiel Zerubbabel
KJV: And  after  they were brought  to Babylon,  Jechonias  begat  Salathiel;  and  Salathiel  begat  Zorobabel; 

Matthew 1:23
Literal: Behold the virgin in womb will hold and will bear a son they will call the name of Him Immanuel which is being translated With us - God
KJV: Behold,  a virgin  shall be with child,  and  shall bring forth  a son,  and  they shall call  his  name  Emmanuel,  which  being interpreted  God  with 

Matthew 2:3
Literal: Having heard then - King Herod he was troubled and all Jerusalem with him
KJV: When  Herod  the king  had heard  these things, he was troubled,  and  all  Jerusalem  with  him. 

Matthew 2:11
Literal: And having come into the house they found the Child with Mary the mother of Him having fallen down they worshiped Him having opened the treasures of them they offered to Him gifts gold frankincense myrrh
KJV: And  when they were come  into  the house,  the young child  with  Mary  his  mother,  and  fell down,  and worshipped  him:  and  when they had opened  their  treasures,  they presented  unto him  gifts;  gold,  and  frankincense,  and  myrrh. 

Matthew 4:21
Literal: And having gone on from there He saw others two brothers James the [son] - of Zebedee John the brother of him in the boat with Zebedee the father of them mending the nets He called them
KJV: And  going on  from thence,  other  two  brethren,  James  the son of  Zebedee,  and  John  his  brother,  in  a ship  with  Zebedee  their  father,  mending  their  nets;  and  he called  them. 

Matthew 5:25
Literal: Be agreeing with accuser of you quickly while which you are with him on the way lest ever you deliver the accuser to the judge and judge officer into prison you will be cast
KJV: adversary  quickly,  whiles  in  the way  with  him;  the adversary  deliver  to the judge,  and  the judge  deliver  to the officer,  and  thou be cast  into  prison. 

Matthew 5:41
Literal: and whoever you shall compel to go mile one go with him two
KJV: And  whosoever  to go  mile,  go  with  him  twain. 

Matthew 8:11
Literal: I say now to you that many from east and west will come will recline with Abraham Isaac Jacob in the kingdom of the heavens
KJV: And  I say  That  many  shall come  from  the east  and  west,  and  shall sit down  with  Abraham,  and  Isaac,  and  Jacob,  in  the kingdom  of heaven. 

Matthew 9:11
Literal: And having seen [it] the Pharisees said to disciples of Him Because of why with the tax collectors sinners eats the Teacher of you
KJV: And  when the Pharisees  it, they said  unto his  disciples,  eateth  Master  with  publicans  and  sinners? 

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

Matthew 12:3
Literal: - And He said to them Not you have read what did David when he was hungry and those with him
KJV: But  he said  unto them,  not  read  what  David  did,  when  he  was an hungred,  and  they  that were with him; 

Matthew 12:4
Literal: how he entered into the house - of God and the loaves of the presentation they ate which not lawful it was for him to eat nor for those with him if not for the priests only
KJV: How  he entered into  the house  of God,  and  did eat  the shewbread,  which  not  lawful  for him  to eat,  neither for  them which  were with him,  only  for the priests? 

Matthew 12:30
Literal: The [one] not being with Me against is and gathering scatters
KJV: not  with  against  and  he that gathereth  not  with  scattereth abroad. 

Matthew 12:41
Literal: The men of Nineveh will stand up in the judgment with the generation this and will condemn it for they repented at the preaching of Jonah behold greater than Jonah here
KJV: The men  of Nineveh  shall rise  in  judgment  with  generation,  and  shall condemn  it:  because  they repented  at  the preaching  of Jonas;  and,  behold,  a greater than  Jonas  is here. 

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

Matthew 12:45
Literal: Then it goes and takes with itself seven other spirits more evil than itself having entered in they dwell there becomes the last of the man that worse than the first So it will be also unto generation this the evil
KJV: Then  goeth he,  and  taketh  with  himself  seven  other  spirits  than himself,  and  they enter in  and dwell  there:  and  the last  state of that  man  is  worse than  the first.  Even so  also  wicked  generation. 

Matthew 13:20
Literal: That which now upon the rocky places having been sown this is the [one] the word hearing and immediately with joy receiving it
KJV: But  he that received the seed  into  stony places,  the same  he that heareth  the word,  and  with  joy  receiveth  it; 

Matthew 14:7
Literal: whereupon with oath he promised to her to give whatever if she should ask
KJV: Whereupon  he promised  with  an oath  to give  her  whatsoever  she would ask. 

Matthew 15:30
Literal: And came to Him crowds great having with them lame crippled blind mute others many they placed them at the feet of Him He healed them
KJV: And  great  multitudes  came  unto him,  having  with  them those that were  lame,  blind,  dumb,  maimed,  and  many  others,  and  them  down  at  feet;  and  he healed  them: 

Matthew 16:27
Literal: Is about for the Son of the man to come in the glory the Father of Him with the angels and then He will give to each according to the deeds
KJV: For  the Son  of man  shall  come  in  the glory  of his  Father  with  his  angels;  and  then  he shall reward  every man  according  to his  works. 

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

Matthew 17:3
Literal: And behold appeared to them Moses Elijah talking with Him
KJV: And,  behold,  unto them  Moses  and  Elias  talking  with  him. 

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

Matthew 18:16
Literal: If however not he will hear take with you more one or two that upon [the] testimony of two witnesses of three may be strengthened every word
KJV: But  hear  thee, then take  with  one  or  two  more,  that  in  the mouth  of two  or  three  witnesses  every  word  may be established. 

Matthew 18:23
Literal: Because of this has become like the kingdom of the heavens to a man a king who desired to settle accounts with the servants of him
KJV: Therefore  is the kingdom  of heaven  likened  unto a certain  king,  which  would  take  account  of  his  servants. 

Matthew 19:10
Literal: Say to Him the disciples of Him If this is the case of the man with the wife not it is better to marry
KJV: His  disciples  say  unto him,  If  the case  of the man  so  with  his wife,  not  good  to marry. 

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

Matthew 20:20
Literal: Then came to Him the mother of the sons of Zebedee with the of her kneeling down and asking something from Him
KJV: Then  came  to him  the mother  of Zebedee's  children  with  her  sons,  worshipping  him, and  desiring  a certain  of him. 

Matthew 21:2
Literal: saying to them Go into the village - in front of you and immediately you will find a donkey having been tied a colt with her having untied [them] bring [them] to Me
KJV: Saying  unto them,  Go  into  the village  and  straightway  ye shall find  an ass  tied,  and  a colt  with  her:  loose  them, and bring 

Matthew 22:16
Literal: And they send to Him the disciples of them with the Herodians saying Teacher we know that TRUE You are the way - of God in [the] truth You teach not there is care to You about no one for You look on [the] appearance of men
KJV: And  they sent out  unto him  disciples  with  the Herodians,  saying,  Master,  we know  that  true,  and  teachest  the way  of God  in  truth,  neither  carest  for  any  man: for  thou regardest  not  the person  of men. 

Matthew 24:29
Literal: Immediately then after the tribulation the days of those The sun will be darkened and the moon not will give the light of it the stars will fall from the sky the powers of the heavens will be shaken
KJV: Immediately  after  the tribulation  of those  days  shall the sun  be darkened,  and  the moon  not  give  her  light,  and  the stars  shall fall  from  heaven,  and  the powers  of the heavens  shall be shaken: 

Matthew 24:30
Literal: And then will appear the sign of the Son - of Man in - heaven will mourn all the tribes of the earth they will see the Son coming on the clouds of heaven with power glory great
KJV: And  then  shall appear  the sign  of the Son  of man  in  heaven:  and  then  all  the tribes  of the earth  mourn,  and  the Son  of man  coming  in  the clouds  of heaven  with  power  and  great  glory. 

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

Matthew 24:49
Literal: and should begin to beat the fellow servants of him to eat then to drink with those being drunkards
KJV: And  shall begin  to smite  his fellowservants,  and  to eat  and  drink  with  the drunken; 

Matthew 24:51
Literal: and will cut in pieces him the place of him with the hypocrites will appoint there will be the weeping gnashing of teeth
KJV: And  him  asunder,  and  appoint  him his  portion  with  the hypocrites:  there  weeping  and  gnashing  of teeth. 

Matthew 25:3
Literal: The for foolish having taken the lamps of them not did take with them oil
KJV: that were foolish  took  their  lamps,  and took  no  oil  with  them: 

Matthew 25:4
Literal: - but the wise took oil in the vessels with the lamps of them
KJV: But  the wise  took  oil  in  vessels  with  lamps. 

Matthew 25:10
Literal: [While] are going away then they to buy came the bridegroom and those ready went in with him to the wedding feast was shut the door
KJV: And  while they  went  to buy,  the bridegroom  came;  and  they that were ready  went in  with  him  to  the marriage:  and  the door  was shut. 

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 25:31
Literal: When then comes the Son - of Man in the glory of Him and all the angels with Him then He will sit upon [the] throne of glory
KJV: When  the Son  of man  shall come  in  his  glory,  and  all  angels  with  him,  then  shall he sit  upon  the throne  of his  glory: 

Matthew 26:2
Literal: You know that after two days the Passover takes place and the Son - of Man is delivered over - to be crucified
KJV: Ye know  that  after  two  days  is  the feast of the passover,  and  the Son  of man  is betrayed  to  be crucified. 

Matthew 26:11
Literal: Always for the poor you have with you Me however not
KJV: For  ye have  the poor  always  with  you;  but  ye have  not  always. 

Matthew 26:18
Literal: - And He said Go into the city unto a certain man and tell him the Teacher says time of Me near is with you I will keep the Passover with the disciples
KJV: And  he said,  Go  into  the city  to  such a man,  and  say  unto him,  The Master  saith,  time  at hand;  I will keep  the passover  at  with  disciples. 

Matthew 26:20
Literal: Evening now having arrived He was reclining with the twelve disciples
KJV: Now  when the even  was come,  he sat down  with  the twelve. 

Matthew 26:23
Literal: - And answering He said The [one] having dipped with Me the hand in the dish he Me will betray
KJV: And  he answered  and said,  He that dippeth  his hand  with  in  the dish,  the same  shall betray 

Matthew 26:29
Literal: I say now to you no not will I drink from now of this the fruit of the vine until the day that when it I drink with you anew in the kingdom of the Father of Me
KJV: But  I say  drink  henceforth  of  fruit  of the vine,  until  that  day  when  I drink  it  new  with  in  Father's  kingdom. 

Matthew 26:32
Literal: After however - being raised I will go before you into - Galilee
KJV: But  after  am risen again,  I will go before  into  Galilee. 

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

Matthew 26:38
Literal: Then He says to them Very sorrowful is the soul of Me even to death remain here and watch with Me
KJV: Then  saith he  unto them,  soul  exceeding sorrowful,  even unto  death:  tarry ye  here,  and  watch  with 

Matthew 26:40
Literal: And He comes to the disciples finds them sleeping He says - to Peter Thus not were you able one hour to watch with Me
KJV: And  he cometh  unto  the disciples,  and  findeth  them  asleep,  and  saith  unto Peter,  What,  could ye  not  watch  with  hour? 

Matthew 26:47
Literal: And yet of Him as He is speaking behold Judas one of the Twelve came with him a crowd great with swords clubs from the chief priests elders of the people
KJV: And  he  yet  spake,  lo,  Judas,  one  of the twelve,  came,  and  with  him  a great  multitude  with  swords  and  staves,  from  the chief priests  and  elders  of the people. 

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

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

Matthew 26:58
Literal: - And Peter was following Him from afar even to the court of the high priest And having entered within he was sitting with the guards to see the outcome
KJV: But  Peter  followed  him  afar off  unto  the high priest's  palace,  and  went  in,  and sat  with  the servants,  the end. 

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

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

Matthew 26:72
Literal: And again he denied with an oath - Not I know the man
KJV: And  again  he denied  with  an oath,  not  know  the man. 

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

Matthew 27:34
Literal: they gave Him to drink wine with gall mingled and having tasted not He was willing to drink [it]
KJV: They gave  him  to drink  mingled  with  gall:  and  when he had tasted  thereof, he would  not  drink. 

Matthew 27:41
Literal: Likewise also the chief priests mocking with the scribes and elders were saying
KJV: Likewise  also  the chief priests  mocking  him, with  the scribes  and  elders, 

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

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

Matthew 27:62
Literal: - And the next day which is after the Preparation were gathered together the chief priests and Pharisees before Pilate
KJV: Now  the next day,  that  the day of the preparation,  the chief priests  and  Pharisees  came together  unto  Pilate, 

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 27:66
Literal: - And having gone they made secure the tomb having sealed stone with the guard
KJV: So  they went,  the sepulchre  sure,  sealing  the stone,  and setting  a watch. 

Matthew 28:8
Literal: And having gone out quickly from the tomb with fear joy great they ran to tell the disciples of Him
KJV: And  quickly  from  the sepulchre  with  fear  and  great  joy;  and did run  his  disciples  word. 

Matthew 28:12
Literal: And having been gathered together with the elders counsel then having taken silver pieces many they gave to the soldiers
KJV: And  when they were assembled  with  the elders,  and  had taken  counsel,  they gave  large  money  unto the soldiers, 

Matthew 28:20
Literal: teaching them to observe all things whatever I commanded you And behold I with you am all the days until the completion of the age
KJV: Teaching  them  to observe  all things  whatsoever  I have commanded  and,  lo,  am  with  alway,  even unto  the end  of the world. 

Mark 1:13
Literal: And He was in the wilderness forty days being tempted by - Satan with the wild animals the angels were ministering to Him
KJV: And  in  the wilderness  forty  days,  tempted  of  Satan;  and  with  the wild beasts;  and  the angels  ministered  unto him. 

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

Mark 1:20
Literal: And immediately He called them having left the father of them Zebedee in the boat with the hired servants they went away after Him
KJV: And  straightway  he called  them:  and  they left  their  father  Zebedee  in  the ship  with  the hired servants,  and went  after  him. 

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

Mark 1:36
Literal: And went after Him Simon those with him
KJV: And  Simon  and  they that were with  him  followed after  him. 

Mark 2:16
Literal: And the scribes of the Pharisees having seen Him eating with the sinners tax collectors were saying to the disciples of Him Why does He eat
KJV: And  when the scribes  and  Pharisees  him  eat  with  publicans  and  sinners,  unto his  disciples,  is it that  he eateth  and  with  publicans  and  sinners? 

Mark 2:19
Literal: And said to them - Jesus Not are able the sons of the bridechamber in which the bridegroom with them is to fast As long as time they have the bridegroom not they are able
KJV: And  Jesus  said  unto them,  Can  the children  of the bridechamber  fast,  while  the bridegroom  with  them?  as long as  they have  the bridegroom  with  they cannot  fast. 

Mark 2:25
Literal: And He said to them Never did you read what did David when need he had hungered he those with him
KJV: And  he  said  unto them,  Have ye never  read  what  David  did,  when  he had  need,  and  was an hungred,  he,  and  they that were with  him? 

Mark 3:5
Literal: And having looked around on them with anger being grieved at the hardness of the heart of them He says to the man Stretch out the hand of you he stretched [it] out was restored the hand of him
KJV: And  when he had looked round about  on them  with  anger,  being grieved  for  the hardness  of their  hearts,  he saith  unto the man,  Stretch forth  hand.  And  he stretched it out:  and  his  hand  was restored 

Mark 3:6
Literal: And having gone out the Pharisees immediately with the Herodians counsel began to take against Him how Him they might destroy
KJV: And  the Pharisees  went forth,  and straightway  counsel  with  the Herodians  against  him,  how  they might destroy  him. 

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

Mark 3:14
Literal: And He appointed twelve ones also apostles He called [them] that they might be with Him He might send them to preach
KJV: And  he ordained  twelve,  that  with  him,  and  that  them  forth  to preach, 

Mark 4:16
Literal: And these are likewise those upon the rocky places sown who when they hear the word immediately with joy receive it
KJV: And  these  likewise  which are sown  on  stony ground;  who,  when  they have heard  the word,  immediately  receive  it  with  gladness; 

Mark 4:36
Literal: And having dismissed the crowd they take with [them] Him since He was in the boat also other boats were with Him
KJV: And  when they had sent away  the multitude,  they took  him  even as  in  the ship.  also  with  him  other 

Mark 5:18
Literal: And having entered He into the boat was begging Him the [one] having been possessed by demons that with Him he might be
KJV: And  when he  was come  into  the ship,  he that had been possessed with the devil  prayed  him  that  with  him. 

Mark 5:24
Literal: And He departed with him was following Him a crowd great pressing in on Him
KJV: And  Jesus went  with  him;  and  much  people  followed  him,  and  thronged  him. 

Mark 5:37
Literal: And not He allowed no one with Him to follow if not - Peter James John the brother of James
KJV: And  he suffered  no man  to follow  him,  Peter,  and  James,  and  John  the brother  of James. 

Mark 5:40
Literal: And they were laughing at Him He then having put out all takes with [Him] the father of the child the mother those with enters in where was the child
KJV: And  him  to scorn.  But  out,  he taketh  the father  and  the mother  of the damsel,  and  them that were with  him,  and  entereth in  where  the damsel 

Mark 6:25
Literal: And having entered immediately with haste to the king she asked saying I desire that at once you give to me upon a platter the head of John the Baptist
KJV: And  she came in  straightway  with  haste  unto  the king,  and asked,  saying,  I will  that  thou give  by and by  in  a charger  the head  of John  the Baptist. 

Mark 6:50
Literal: All for Him saw and were troubled - And immediately He spoke with them says to them Take courage I am [He] not fear
KJV: For  they all  him,  and  were troubled.  And  immediately  he talked  with  them,  and  saith  unto them,  Be of good cheer:  it is  I;  not  afraid. 

Mark 8:10
Literal: And immediately having entered into the boat with the disciples of Him He came the district of Dalmanutha
KJV: And  straightway  he entered  into  a ship  with  his  disciples,  and came  into  the parts  of Dalmanutha. 

Mark 8:14
Literal: And they forgot to take loaves if not one loaf not they had with them in the boat
KJV: Now  the disciples had forgotten  to take  bread,  neither  had  they in  the ship  with  them  one  loaf. 

Mark 8:31
Literal: And He began to teach them that it is necessary for the Son - of Man many things to suffer to be rejected by the elders chief priests scribes to be killed after three days to rise [again]
KJV: And  he began  to teach  them,  that  the Son  of man  must  suffer  many things,  and  be rejected  the elders,  and  of the chief priests,  and  scribes,  and  be killed,  and  after  three  days  rise again. 

Mark 8:38
Literal: Whoever for if may be ashamed of Me and - My words in the generation this - adulterous sinful also the Son - of Man will be ashamed of him when He shall come glory of the Father of Him with the angels - holy
KJV: Whosoever  therefore  shall be ashamed  and  of my  words  in  adulterous  and  sinful  generation;  of him  also  the Son  of man  be ashamed,  when  he cometh  in  the glory  of his  Father  with  the holy  angels. 

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

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

Mark 9:31
Literal: He was teaching for the disciples of Him and He was saying to them - The Son - of Man is delivered into [the] hands of men they will kill Him having been killed on the third day He will arise
KJV: For  he taught  his  disciples,  and  unto them,  The Son  of man  is delivered  into  the hands  of men,  and  they shall kill  him;  and  after that he is killed,  he shall rise  day. 

Mark 10:30
Literal: if not shall take a hundredfold now in the time this houses and brothers sisters mothers children lands with persecutions age which is coming life eternal
KJV: he shall receive  an hundredfold  now  in  time,  houses,  and  brethren,  and  sisters,  and  mothers,  and  children,  and  lands,  with  persecutions;  and  in  the world  to come  eternal  life. 

Mark 10:34
Literal: And they will mock Him will spit upon will flog Him will kill on the third day He will rise again
KJV: And  they shall mock  him,  and  shall scourge  him,  and  shall spit upon  him,  and  shall kill  him:  and  day  he shall rise again. 

Mark 11:11
Literal: And He entered into Jerusalem the temple having looked around on all things late already being the hour He went out to Bethany with the Twelve
KJV: And  entered  into  Jerusalem,  and  into  the temple:  and  when he had looked round about upon  all things,  and now  he went out  unto  Bethany  with  the twelve. 

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

Mark 13:26
Literal: And then will they see the Son - of Man coming in [the] clouds with power great glory
KJV: And  then  the Son  of man  coming  in  the clouds  with  great  power  and  glory. 

Mark 14:1
Literal: It would be now the Passover and the [Feast of] Unleavened Bread after two days were seeking the chief priests scribes how Him by stealth having taken they might kill [Him]
KJV: After  two  days  the feast of the passover,  and  of  unleavened bread:  and  the chief priests  and  the scribes  sought  how  they might take  him  by  craft,  and put him to death. 

Mark 14:7
Literal: Always for the poor you have with you and whenever you desire you are able them always good to do Me however not do you have
KJV: For  ye have  the poor  with  you  always,  and  whensoever  ye will  ye may  do  them  good:  but  ye have  not  always. 

Mark 14:14
Literal: And wherever if he might enter say to the master of the house that the Teacher says Where is the guest room of Me where the Passover with the disciples I may eat
KJV: And  wheresoever  he shall go in,  say ye  to the goodman of the house,  The Master  saith,  Where  the guestchamber,  where  I shall eat  the passover  with  disciples? 

Mark 14:17
Literal: And evening having arrived He comes with the Twelve
KJV: And  in  the evening  he cometh  with  the twelve. 

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

Mark 14:20
Literal: - And He said to them [It is] one of the Twelve who is dipping with Me in the one bowl
KJV: And  and said  unto them,  It is one  the twelve,  that dippeth  with  in  the dish. 

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

Mark 14:33
Literal: And He takes - Peter James John with Him He began to be greatly awe-struck deeply distressed
KJV: And  he taketh  with  Peter  and  James  and  John,  and  began  to be sore amazed,  and  to be very heavy; 

Mark 14:43
Literal: And immediately while yet of Him speaking comes up - Judas one of the Twelve with Him a crowd with swords clubs from the chief priests scribes elders
KJV: And  immediately,  while he  yet  spake,  cometh  Judas,  one  of the twelve,  and  with  him  multitude  with  swords  and  staves,  from  the chief priests  and  the scribes  and  the elders. 

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

Mark 14:54
Literal: And - Peter from afar off followed Him as far as within to the court of the high priest he was sitting with the officers warming himself at the fire
KJV: And  Peter  followed  him  afar  off,  even  into  the palace  of the high priest:  and  with  the servants,  and  warmed himself  at  the fire. 

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

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

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

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

Mark 15:7
Literal: There was then the [one] called Barabbas with the rebels having been bound who in the insurrection murder had committed
KJV: And  one named  Barabbas,  which lay bound  with  them that had made insurrection with him,  who  had committed  murder  in  the insurrection. 

Mark 15:28
Literal: And was fulfilled the Scripture that says And with [the] lawless he was reckoned
KJV: And  the scripture  was fulfilled,  which  saith,  And  he was numbered  with  the transgressors. 

Mark 15:31
Literal: Likewise also the chief priests mocking among one another with the scribes were saying Others He saved Himself not He is able to save
KJV: also  the chief priests  mocking  among  themselves  with  the scribes,  He saved  others;  himself  he cannot  save. 

Mark 16:10
Literal: She having gone told [it] to those with Him having been mourning and weeping
KJV: And she  went  and told  them that had been  with  him,  as they mourned  and  wept. 

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

Mark 16:19
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 1:24
Literal: After then these - days conceived Elizabeth the wife of him and hid herself months five saying
KJV: And  after  days  his  wife  Elisabeth  conceived,  and  hid  herself  five  months,  saying, 

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 1:39
Literal: Having risen up then Mary in the days this she went into the hill country with haste to a town of Judah
KJV: And  Mary  arose  in  days,  and went  into  the hill country  with  haste,  into  a city  of Juda; 

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 1:72
Literal: to fulfill mercy toward the fathers of us and to remember [the] covenant holy of Him
KJV: To perform  the mercy  promised to  fathers,  and  his  holy  covenant; 

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

Luke 2:46
Literal: And it came to pass after days three they found Him in the temple sitting [the] midst of the teachers both hearing them questioning them
KJV: And  it came to pass,  that after  three  days  they found  him  in  the temple,  sitting  in  the midst  of the doctors,  both  hearing  them,  and  them  questions. 

Luke 2:51
Literal: And He went down with them came to Nazareth He was subject to them the mother of Him was treasuring up all the matters these in the heart of her
KJV: And  he went down  with  them,  and  came  to  Nazareth,  and  subject  unto them:  but  his  mother  kept  all  sayings  in  her  heart. 

Luke 5:27
Literal: And after these things He went forth He saw a tax collector named Levi sitting at the tax booth He said to him Follow Me
KJV: And  after  he went forth,  and  saw  a publican,  named  Levi,  sitting  at  the receipt of custom:  and  he said  unto him,  Follow 

Luke 5:29
Literal: And made a banquet great Levi for Him in the house of him there was a multitude great of tax collectors others who were with them reclining
KJV: And  Levi  made  him  a great  feast  in  his own  house:  and  a great  company  of publicans  and  of others  that  with  them. 

Luke 5:30
Literal: And were grumbling the Pharisees scribes of them at the disciples of Him saying Because of why with the tax collectors sinners do you eat drink
KJV: But  their  scribes  and  Pharisees  murmured  against  his  disciples,  saying,  do ye eat  and  drink  with  publicans  and  sinners? 

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

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

Luke 6:4
Literal: how he entered into the house - of God and the loaves of the presentation having taken ate gave to those with him which not it is lawful to eat if not only to the priests
KJV: How  he went  into  the house  of God,  and  did take  and  eat  the shewbread,  and  gave  also  to them that were with  him;  which  not  lawful  to eat  the priests  alone? 

Luke 6:17
Literal: And having descended with them He stood on a place level a crowd large of disciples of Him a multitude great of the people from all - Judea Jerusalem the sea coast of Tyre Sidon
KJV: And  he came down  with  them,  and stood  in  the plain,  and  the company  of his  disciples,  and  a great  multitude  of people  out of  all  Judaea  and  Jerusalem,  and  from the sea coast  of Tyre  and  Sidon,  him,  and  of  their 

Luke 7:36
Literal: Was asking now one Him of the Pharisees that He should eat with him and having entered into the house of the Pharisee He reclined
KJV: And  one  of the Pharisees  desired  him  that  he would eat  with  him.  And  he went  into  the Pharisee's 

Luke 8:13
Literal: Those now upon the rock those who when they hear with joy receive the word and these a root not have who for a time believe in time of testing fall away
KJV: They on  the rock  are they, which,  when  they hear,  receive  the word  with  joy;  and  these  have  no  root,  which  for  a while  believe,  and  in  time  of temptation  fall away. 

Luke 9:28
Literal: It came to pass now after the sayings these about days eight and having taken Peter John James He went up on the mountain to pray
KJV: And  it came to pass  about  an eight  days  after  sayings,  he took  Peter  and  John  and  James,  and went up  into  a mountain  to pray. 

Luke 9:39
Literal: And behold a spirit takes him suddenly he cries out it throws into convulsions him with foaming with difficulty it departs from him bruising
KJV: And,  lo,  a spirit  taketh  him,  and  he suddenly  crieth out;  and  it teareth  him  that he foameth  again,  and  bruising  him  hardly  departeth  from  him. 

Luke 9:49
Literal: Answering now - John said Master we saw someone in the name of You casting out demons and we were forbidding him because not he follows with us
KJV: And  John  answered  and said,  Master,  one  casting out  devils  name;  and  we forbad  him,  because  he followeth  not  with 

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 10:17
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 10:37
Literal: - And he said The [one] having shown - compassion toward him Said then to him Jesus Go and you do likewise
KJV: And  he said,  He that shewed  mercy  on  him.  said  Jesus  unto him,  Go,  and  do  thou  likewise. 

Luke 11:7
Literal: And he from within answering will say Not me trouble cause already the door has been shut and the children of me with me in the bed are not I am able having risen up to give to you
KJV: And he  from within  shall answer  and say,  Trouble  not:  the door  now  shut,  and  children  with  in  bed;  I cannot  rise  and give 

Luke 11:23
Literal: The [one] not being with Me against is and gathering scatters
KJV: not  with  against  and  he that gathereth  not  with  scattereth. 

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

Luke 11:32
Literal: [The] men of Nineveh will stand up in the judgment with the generation this and will condemn it For they repented at the preaching of Jonah behold greater than Jonah [is] here
KJV: The men  shall rise up  in  the judgment  with  generation,  and  shall condemn  it:  for  they repented  at  the preaching  of Jonas;  and,  behold,  a greater than  Jonas  is here. 

Luke 12:4
Literal: I say now to you those friends of Me not you should fear because of those killing the body and after these things being able more abundantly anything to do
KJV: And  I say  friends,  not  afraid  of them  that kill  the body,  and  after  have  no  that they can do. 

Luke 12:5
Literal: I will show however you whom you should fear Fear the [One who] after the killing has authority to cast into - hell Yes I say to you Him
KJV: But  I will forewarn  whom  ye shall fear:  him, which after  he hath killed  hath  power  to cast  into  hell;  yea,  I say  Fear 

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

Luke 12:46
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 12:58
Literal: As for you are going with the adversary of you before a magistrate in the way give earnestness to be set free from him lest ever he should drag away you to the judge and the judge will deliver to the officer officer will cast into prison
KJV: When  thou goest  with  adversary  to  the magistrate,  as thou art in  the way,  give  diligence  that thou mayest be delivered  from  him;  he hale  to  the judge,  and  the judge  deliver  to the officer,  and  the officer  cast  into  prison. 

Luke 13:1
Literal: Were present now some at the same - time telling Him about the Galileans of whom the blood Pilate had mingled with the sacrifices of them
KJV: There were present  at  that season  some  that told  him  of  the Galilaeans,  whose  blood  Pilate  had mingled  with  their  sacrifices. 

Luke 14:9
Literal: and having come the [one] you him having invited will say to you Give to this one [your] place then you should begin with shame the last place to take
KJV: And  he that bade  and  him  come  and say  Give  place;  and  thou begin  with  shame  to take  the lowest  room. 

Luke 14:31
Literal: Or what king proceeding with another king to engage in war not having sat down first will take counsel whether able he is with ten thousand to meet the [one] with twenty thousand coming against him
KJV: Or  what  king,  going  to make  war  against  another  king,  not  down  first,  and consulteth  whether  able  with  ten  thousand  him that cometh  against  him  with  twenty  thousand? 

Luke 15:13
Literal: And after not many days having gathered together all the younger son went away into a country distant there he wasted the estate of him living prodigally
KJV: And  not  many  days  after  the younger  son  together,  and took his journey  into  a far  country,  and  there  wasted  his  substance  with riotous  living. 

Luke 15:29
Literal: - And answering he said to [the] father of him Behold so many years I serve you and never a commandment of you I disobeyed to me did you give a young goat that with the friends of me I might make merry
KJV: And  he answering  said  to his father,  Lo,  these many  years  do I serve  transgressed I  at any time  commandment:  and  never  gavest  a kid,  that  I might make merry  with  friends: 

Luke 15:30
Literal: When however the son of you this the [one] having devoured your - living with prostitutes came you have killed for him the fattened calf
KJV: But  as soon as  this  son  was come,  which  hath devoured  living  with  harlots,  thou hast killed  for him  the fatted  calf. 

Luke 15:31
Literal: - And he said to him Son you always with me are and all that [is] mine yours is
KJV: And  he said  unto him,  Son,  thou  ever  with  and  all  that I have  thine. 

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

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

Luke 17:20
Literal: Having been asked now by the Pharisees when is coming the kingdom - of God He answered them and said Not comes with careful observation
KJV: And  when he was demanded  of  the Pharisees,  when  the kingdom  of God  should come,  he answered  them  and  said,  The kingdom  of God  cometh  not  with  observation: 

Luke 18:4
Literal: And not he would for a time afterward he however said within himself If even - God not I fear nor man respect
KJV: And  he would  not  for  a while:  but  he said  within  himself,  I fear  not  God,  nor  regard  man; 

Luke 21:27
Literal: And then will they see the Son - of Man coming in a cloud with power glory great
KJV: And  then  the Son  of man  coming  in  a cloud  with  power  and  great  glory. 

Luke 22:11
Literal: and you shall say to the master of the house Says to you the Teacher Where is the guest room where the Passover with the disciples of Me I may eat
KJV: And  ye shall say  unto the goodman  of the house,  The Master  saith  Where  the guestchamber,  where  I shall eat  the passover  with  disciples? 

Luke 22:15
Literal: And He said to them With desire I have desired this - Passover to eat with you before - I suffer
KJV: And  he said  unto  them,  With desire  I have desired  to eat  passover  with  before  suffer: 

Luke 22:20
Literal: and the cup likewise after which having supped saying This - cup [is] the new covenant in the blood of Me which for you is being poured out
KJV: Likewise  also  the cup  after  supper,  saying,  cup  is the new  testament  in  blood,  which  is shed  for 

Luke 22:21
Literal: But behold the hand of him betraying Me [is] with Me on the table
KJV: But,  behold,  the hand  of him that betrayeth  is with  on  the table. 

Luke 22:28
Literal: You now are those having remained with Me in the trials of Me
KJV: they which have continued  with  in  temptations. 

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 22:37
Literal: I say for to you that this which has been written it behooves to be accomplished in Me - And with the lawless He was reckoned the things concerning Me an end have
KJV: For  I say  that  that is written  must  be accomplished  in  And  he was reckoned  among  the transgressors:  for  the things concerning  have  an end. 

Luke 22:52
Literal: Said then Jesus to those having come out against Him chief priests and captains of the temple elders As against a robber have you come out with swords clubs
KJV: Then  Jesus  said  unto  the chief priests,  and  captains  of the temple,  and  the elders,  which were come  to  him,  Be ye come out,  as  against  a thief,  with  swords  and  staves? 

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

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

Luke 22:59
Literal: And having elapsed about hour one other a certain strongly affirmed [it] saying Of a truth also this one with Him was for a Galilean he is
KJV: And  about  the space  hour  after another  confidently affirmed,  saying,  Of  a truth  this  fellow also  with  him:  for  a Galilaean. 

Luke 23:12
Literal: Became then friends - both Herod and - Pilate on that - day with one another previously it had been that for at enmity they were between themselves
KJV: And  the same  day  Pilate  and  Herod  were made  friends  together:  for  before  at  enmity  between 

Luke 23:43
Literal: And He said to him Truly to you I say today with Me you will be in - Paradise
KJV: And  said  unto him,  Verily  I say  To day  with  in  paradise. 

Luke 24:5
Literal: Terrified then having become of them and bowing the faces to the ground they said to them Why seek you the living among the dead
KJV: And  they  were  afraid,  and  bowed down  their faces  to  the earth,  they said  unto  them,  Why  seek ye  the living  among  the dead? 

Luke 24:29
Literal: And they constrained Him saying Abide with us for toward evening it is has declined now the day He entered in - to abide with them
KJV: But  they constrained  him,  saying,  Abide  with  for  toward  evening,  and  the day  is far spent.  And  he went in  to tarry  with  them. 

Luke 24:30
Literal: And it came to pass in the reclining of Him with them having taken the bread He blessed [it] having broken [it] He began giving [it] to them
KJV: And  it came to pass,  as  he  sat at meat  with  them,  he took  bread,  and blessed  it, and  brake,  and gave  to them. 

Luke 24:52
Literal: And they having worshiped Him returned to Jerusalem with joy great
KJV: And  they  worshipped  him,  and returned  to  Jerusalem  with  great  joy: 

John 2:12
Literal: After this He went down to Capernaum He and the mother of Him the brothers of Him disciples there they stayed not many days
KJV: After  he went down  to  Capernaum,  he,  and  his  mother,  and  his  brethren,  and  his  disciples:  and  they continued  there  not  many  days. 

John 3:2
Literal: He came to Him by night and said to Him Rabbi we know that from God You have come a teacher no one for is able these - signs to do that You do if not should be - God with him
KJV: The same  came  to  by night,  and  said  unto him,  Rabbi,  we know  that  a teacher  come  from  God:  for  no man  can  do  miracles  that  thou  doest,  God  with  him. 

John 3:22
Literal: After these things came - Jesus and the disciples of Him into the Judean land there He was staying with them was baptizing
KJV: After  came  Jesus  and  his  disciples  into  the land  and  there  he tarried  with  them,  and  baptized. 

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

John 3:26
Literal: And they came to - John said to him Rabbi He who was with you beyond the Jordan to whom you have borne witness behold He baptizes all are coming Him
KJV: And  they came  unto  John,  and  said  unto him,  Rabbi,  he  with  beyond  Jordan,  to whom  thou  barest witness,  the same  baptizeth,  and  all  men come  to  him. 

John 4:27
Literal: And upon this came the disciples of Him were amazed that with a woman He was speaking no one however said What seek You Or Why speak You with her
KJV: And  upon  came  his  disciples,  and  marvelled  that  he talked  with  the woman:  yet  no man  said,  What  seekest thou?  or,  Why  talkest thou  with  her? 

John 4:43
Literal: After then the two days He went forth from there into - Galilee
KJV: Now  after  two  days  thence,  went into  Galilee. 

John 5:1
Literal: After these things there was a feast of the Jews and went up Jesus to Jerusalem
KJV: After  a feast  of the Jews;  and  Jesus  went up  to  Jerusalem. 

John 5:4
Literal: An angel for during [a certain] season descended into the pool and stirred the water He who therefore first entered after the stirring of the water well was made from whatever at the time he was held by disease
KJV: For  an angel  went down  at  a certain season  into  the pool,  and  troubled  the water:  whosoever then  first  after  the troubling  of the water  stepped in  was made  whole  of  whatsoever  disease  he had. 

John 5:14
Literal: After these things finds him - Jesus in the temple and said to him Behold well you have become no more sin that not worse to you something happens
KJV: Afterward  Jesus  findeth  him  in  the temple,  and  said  unto him,  thou art made  whole:  sin  no more,  a worse thing  come 

John 6:1
Literal: After these things went away - Jesus over the Sea - of Galilee of Tiberias
KJV: After  Jesus  went  over  the sea  of Galilee,  which is the sea of Tiberias. 

John 6:3
Literal: Went up now on the mountain Jesus and there He was sitting with the disciples of Him
KJV: And  Jesus  went up  into  a mountain,  and  there  he sat  with  his  disciples. 

John 6:43
Literal: Answered Jesus and said to them Not grumble with one another
KJV: Jesus  answered  and  said  unto them,  Murmur  not  among  yourselves. 

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

John 7:1
Literal: And after these things was walking - Jesus in - Galilee not for He did desire Judea to walk because were seeking Him the Jews to kill
KJV: After  Jesus  walked  in  Galilee:  for  he would  not  walk  in  Jewry,  because  the Jews  sought  to kill  him. 

John 7:33
Literal: Said therefore - Jesus Yet time a little with you I am and I go to the [One] having sent Me
KJV: Then  said  Jesus  Yet  a little  while  am I  with  and  then I go  unto  him that sent 

John 8:29
Literal: And the [One] having sent Me with Me is not He has left alone because I the things pleasing to Him do always
KJV: And  he that sent  with  not  left  alone;  for  do  always  those things that please  him. 

John 9:37
Literal: Said to him - Jesus Both You have seen Him and the [One] speaking with you He is
KJV: Jesus  said  unto him,  both  seen  him,  and  he  that talketh  with 

John 9:40
Literal: Heard of the Pharisees these things who with Him were and they said to Him Not also we blind are
KJV: And  some of  the Pharisees  which  with  him  heard  and  said  unto him,  Are  blind  also? 

John 11:7
Literal: Then after this He says to the disciples Let us go into - Judea again
KJV: Then  after  saith he  to his disciples,  Let us go  into  Judaea  again. 

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

John 11:16
Literal: Said therefore Thomas - called Didymus to the fellow disciples Let go also us that we may die with Him
KJV: Then  said  Thomas,  which  is called  Didymus,  unto his fellowdisciples,  also  go,  that  may die  with  him. 

John 11:31
Literal: The then Jews - being with her in the house and consoling her having seen - Mary that quickly she rose up went out followed her having supposed - she is going to the tomb that she might weep there
KJV: The Jews  then  which  with  her  in  the house,  and  comforted  her,  Mary,  that  she rose up  hastily  and  went out,  followed  her,  She goeth  unto  the grave  to  weep  there. 

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

John 11:56
Literal: They were seeking therefore - Jesus and were saying among one another in the temple standing What does it seem to you that no not He will come to the feast
KJV: Then  sought they for  Jesus,  and  among  themselves,  as they stood  in  the temple,  What  think  that  come  to  the feast? 

John 12:8
Literal: the poor for always you have with you Me however not
KJV: For  the poor  always  ye have  with  you;  but  ye have  not  always. 

John 12:17
Literal: Continued to bear witness therefore the crowd - being with Him when - Lazarus He called out of the tomb and raised him out from [the] dead
KJV: The people  therefore  with  him  when  he called  Lazarus  out of  his grave,  and  raised  him  from  the dead,  bare record. 

John 13:7
Literal: Answered Jesus and said to him What I do you not know presently you will know however after these things
KJV: Jesus  answered  and  said  unto him,  What  do  thou  knowest  not  now;  but  thou shalt know  hereafter. 

John 13:8
Literal: Says to Him Peter No not shall You wash of me the feet to the age Answered Jesus him If I wash you not you have part with Me
KJV: Peter  saith  unto him,  never  wash  feet.  Jesus  answered  him,  I wash  thou hast  no  part  with 

John 13:27
Literal: And after the morsel then entered into him - Satan Says therefore to him - Jesus What you do do quickly
KJV: And  after  the sop  Satan  entered  into  him.  Then  said  Jesus  unto him,  That  thou doest,  quickly. 

John 13:33
Literal: Little children yet a little while with you I am You will seek Me and as I said to the Jews - Where I go you not are able to come also to you I say now
KJV: Little children,  yet  I am  with  Ye shall seek  and  as  I said  unto the Jews,  Whither  go,  cannot  come;  so  now  I say 

John 14:9
Literal: Says to him - Jesus So long a time with you am I and not you have known Me Philip The [one] having seen Me has seen the Father how you say Show us
KJV: Jesus  saith  unto him,  Have I been  so long  time  with  and yet  not  known  Philip?  he that hath seen  the Father;  and  how  sayest  thou  then, Shew  the Father? 

John 14:16
Literal: And I will ask the Father and another Helper He will give you that He may be with you to age
KJV: And  will pray  the Father,  and  he shall give  another  Comforter,  that  with  for  ever; 

John 14:30
Literal: No longer much I will speak with you comes for the of this world ruler and in Me not he has nothing
KJV: not  talk  much  with  for  the prince  world  cometh,  and  hath  nothing  in 

John 15:27
Literal: Also you now bear witness because from [the] beginning with Me you are
KJV: And  also  shall bear witness,  because  with  from  the beginning. 

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

John 16:19
Literal: Knew - Jesus that they were desiring Him to ask and He said to them Concerning this do you inquire among one another I said A little [while] not you do behold Me again you will see
KJV: Jesus  knew  that  they were desirous  to ask  him,  and  said  unto them,  Do ye enquire  among  yourselves  of  I said,  and  not  see  and  again,  and 

John 16:32
Literal: Behold is coming an hour and has come when you will be scattered each to the own and I alone you shall leave yet not I am alone for the Father with Me is
KJV: Behold,  the hour  cometh,  yea,  come,  that  ye shall be scattered,  every man  to  his own,  and  shall leave  alone:  and yet  I am  not  alone,  because  the Father  with 

John 17:12
Literal: When I was with them I was keeping them in the name of You which You have given Me And I guarded [them] none of has perished if not the son - of destruction that the Scripture might be fulfilled
KJV: While  with  them  in  kept  them  in  name:  those that  thou gavest  I have kept,  and  none  of  them  is lost,  the son  of perdition;  that  the scripture  might be fulfilled. 

John 17:24
Literal: Father [those] whom You have given Me I desire that where am I they also may be with Me they may behold - glory My that You gave because You loved Me before [the] foundation of [the] world
KJV: Father,  I will  that  they also,  whom  thou hast given  with  where  am;  that  they may behold  my  glory,  which  thou hast given  for  thou lovedst  before  the foundation  of the world. 

John 18:2
Literal: Knew now also Judas who was delivering up Him the place because often gathered together Jesus there with the disciples of Him
KJV: And  Judas  also,  which  betrayed  him,  knew  the place:  for  Jesus  ofttimes  resorted  thither  with  his  disciples. 

John 18:3
Literal: - Therefore Judas having procured the cohort and from the chief priests Pharisees officers comes there with lanterns torches weapons
KJV: Judas  then,  having received  a band  of men and  officers  from  the chief priests  and  Pharisees,  cometh  thither  with  lanterns  and  torches  and  weapons. 

John 18:5
Literal: They answered Him Jesus of Nazareth He says to them I am [He] Had been standing now also Judas who is delivering up Him with them
KJV: They answered  him,  Jesus  of Nazareth.  Jesus  saith  unto them,  am  he. And  Judas  also,  which  betrayed  him,  stood  with  them. 

John 18:18
Literal: Were standing now the servants and officers a fire of coals having made for cold it was they were warming themselves Was also - Peter with them standing warming himself
KJV: And  the servants  and  officers  stood there,  who had made  a fire of coals;  for  cold:  and  they warmed themselves:  and  Peter  with  them,  and  warmed himself. 

John 18:26
Literal: Says one of the servants of the high priest kinsman being [of him] of whom had cut off Peter the ear Not I you saw in the garden with Him
KJV: One  of  the servants  of the high priest,  his kinsman  whose  ear  Peter  cut off,  saith,  not  in  the garden  with  him? 

John 19:18
Literal: where Him they crucified and with Him others two on this side on that side in between now - Jesus
KJV: Where  they crucified  him,  and  two  other  with  him,  on either side one,  and  Jesus  in the midst. 

John 19:28
Literal: After this knowing - Jesus that now all things had been accomplished so that might be fulfilled the Scripture He says I thirst
KJV: After  Jesus  knowing  that  all things  now  accomplished,  that  the scripture  might be fulfilled,  saith,  I thirst. 

John 19:38
Literal: After then these things asked - Pilate Joseph - from Arimathea being a disciple - of Jesus concealed however through the fear of the Jews that he might take away the body and gave permission - Pilate He came therefore took away of Him
KJV: And  after  Joseph  of  Arimathaea,  a disciple  of Jesus,  but  secretly  for  fear  of the Jews,  besought  Pilate  that  he might take away  the body  of Jesus:  and  Pilate  gave him leave.  He came  therefore,  and  took  the body  of Jesus. 

John 19:40
Literal: They took therefore the body - of Jesus and bound it in linen cloths with the spices as [the] custom is among the Jews to prepare for burial
KJV: Then  took they  the body  of Jesus,  and  wound  it  in linen clothes  with  the spices,  as  the manner  of the Jews  to bury. 

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

John 20:24
Literal: Thomas however one of the Twelve the [one] called Didymus not was with them when came Jesus
KJV: But  Thomas,  one  of  the twelve,  called  Didymus,  not  with  them  when  Jesus  came. 

John 20:26
Literal: And after days eight again were inside the disciples of Him Thomas with them Comes - Jesus the doors having been shut He stood in the midst said Peace to you
KJV: And  after  eight  days  again  his  disciples  within,  and  Thomas  with  them:  then came  Jesus,  the doors  being shut,  and  stood  in  the midst,  and  said,  Peace 

John 21:1
Literal: After these things revealed Himself again - Jesus to the disciples at the sea - of Tiberias He revealed [Himself] now in this way
KJV: After  Jesus  shewed  himself  again  to the disciples  at  the sea  of Tiberias;  and  on this wise  shewed 

Acts 1:3
Literal: to whom also He presented Himself alive after the suffering of Him with many proofs during days forty being seen by them and speaking the things concerning the kingdom - of God
KJV: To whom  also  he shewed  himself  alive  after  his  passion  by  many  infallible proofs,  being seen  of them  forty  days,  and  speaking  of the things pertaining  to the kingdom  of God: 

Acts 1:5
Literal: for John indeed baptized with water you however with [the] Spirit will be baptized Holy not after many these days
KJV: For  John  truly  baptized  with water;  but  shall be baptized  with  the Holy  Ghost  not  many  days 

Acts 1:26
Literal: And they gave lots for them fell the lot on Matthias he was numbered with the eleven apostles
KJV: And  they gave forth  their  lots;  and  the lot  fell  upon  Matthias;  and  he was numbered  with  the eleven  apostles. 

Acts 2:28
Literal: You have made known to me [the] paths of life You will fill me with joy in the presence of You
KJV: Thou hast made known  the ways  of life;  full  of joy  with  countenance. 

Acts 2:29
Literal: Men brothers it is permitted [me] to speak with freedom to you concerning the patriarch David that both he died and was buried the tomb of him is among us unto the day this
KJV: Men  and brethren,  me  freely  speak  unto  of  the patriarch  David,  that  both  dead  and  buried,  and  his  sepulchre  with  unto  day. 

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 4:31
Literal: And having prayed they was shaken the place in which they were assembled they were filled with all the Holy Spirit were speaking the word - of God with boldness
KJV: And  when they  had prayed,  the place  was shaken  where  assembled together;  and  all  filled  with the Holy  Ghost,  and  they spake  the word  of God  with  boldness. 

Acts 5:26
Literal: Then having gone the captain with the officers was bringing them not with force they were afraid of for the people lest they might be stoned
KJV: Then  went  the captain  with  the officers,  and brought  them  without  violence:  for  they feared  the people,  they should have been stoned. 

Acts 5:37
Literal: After this man rose up Judas the Galilean in the days of the registration and drew away people after him And he perished all as many as were persuaded by him were scattered
KJV: After  rose up  Judas  of Galilee  in  the days  of the taxing,  and  drew away  people  after  him:  he also  perished;  and  all,  even as many as  obeyed  him,  were dispersed. 

Acts 7:4
Literal: Then having gone out from [the] land of Chaldeans he dwelt in Haran And from there after - died the father of him He removed him into the land this in which you now dwell
KJV: Then  came he  out of  the land  of the Chaldaeans,  and dwelt  in  Charran:  and from thence,  when  his  father  was dead,  he removed  him  into  land,  wherein  now  dwell. 

Acts 7:5
Literal: And not He did give to him an inheritance in it not even [the] length of a foot but He promised to give for a possession it to the descendants of him after him there being a child
KJV: And  he gave  him  none  inheritance  in  it,  no, not  his foot  on:  yet  he promised  that he would give  it  for  a possession,  and  to his  seed  after  him,  no  child. 

Acts 7:7
Literal: And the nation to which if they will be in bondage will judge I - God said after these things they will come forth will serve Me in the place this
KJV: And  the nation  to whom  they shall be in bondage  judge,  said  God:  and  after  shall they come forth,  and  serve  in  place. 

Acts 7:9
Literal: And the patriarchs having envied - Joseph sold [him] into Egypt But was - God with him
KJV: And  the patriarchs,  moved with envy,  sold  Joseph  into  Egypt:  but  God  with  him, 

Acts 7:38
Literal: This is the [one] having been in the congregation wilderness with the angel - speaking to him the Mount Sinai and of the fathers of us who received oracles living to give to us
KJV: This  that was  in  the church  in  the wilderness  with  the angel  which  spake  to him  in  the mount  Sina,  and  fathers:  who  received  the lively  oracles  to give 

Acts 7:45
Literal: which also brought [it] having received by succession the fathers of us with Joshua in the taking possession of the nations whom drove out - God from [the] face of the fathers until the days of David
KJV: Which  also  fathers  that came  after brought in  with  Jesus  into  the possession  of the Gentiles,  whom  God  drave out  before  the face  fathers,  unto  the days  of David; 

Acts 9:19
Literal: and having taken food he was strengthened He was now with the in Damascus disciples days some
KJV: And  when he had received  meat,  he was strengthened.  Then  was  certain  days  with  the disciples  which were at  Damascus. 

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 9:39
Literal: Having risen up then Peter went with them who having arrived brought [him] into the upper room And stood by him all the widows weeping showing [the] tunics garments that had made with them being - Dorcas
KJV: Then  Peter  arose  and went with  them.  When he  was come,  they brought him  into  the upper chamber:  and  all  the widows  stood by  him  weeping,  and  shewing  the coats  and  garments  which  Dorcas  made,  with  them. 

Acts 10:37
Literal: You yourselves know the having come declaration through all - Judea having begun from Galilee after baptism that proclaimed John
KJV: That word,  know,  which was published  throughout  all  Judaea,  and began  from  Galilee,  after  the baptism  which  John  preached; 

Acts 10:38
Literal: Jesus - from Nazareth how anointed Him - God Spirit with Holy and with power who went about doing good healing all those being oppressed by the devil because was with Him
KJV: How  God  anointed  Jesus  of  Nazareth  with the Holy  Ghost  and  with power:  who  went about  doing good,  and  healing  all  that were oppressed  of  the devil;  for  God  with  him. 

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

Acts 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 12:4
Literal: whom also having seized he put in prison having delivered [him] to four sets of four soldiers to guard him intending after the Passover to bring out him to the people
KJV: And  when he had apprehended  him, he put  him in  prison,  and delivered  him to four  quaternions  of soldiers  to keep  him;  intending  after  Easter  him  forth  to the people. 

Acts 13:15
Literal: After then the reading of the law and of the Prophets sent the rulers of the synagogue to them saying Men brothers if any there is among you a word of exhortation toward the people speak
KJV: And  after  the reading  of the law  and  the prophets  the rulers of the synagogue  sent  unto  them,  saying,  Ye men  and brethren,  if  any word  of exhortation  for  the people,  say on. 

Acts 13:17
Literal: The God of the people this of Israel chose the fathers of us and the people exalted in the sojourn [the] land of Egypt with arm uplifted brought them out of it
KJV: The God  people  of Israel  chose  fathers,  and  exalted  the people  when  they dwelt as strangers  in  the land  of Egypt,  and  with  an high  arm  brought he  them  out of  it. 

Acts 13:20
Literal: during years four hundred and fifty after these things He gave [them] judges until Samuel the prophet
KJV: And  after  he gave  unto them judges  about  the space of four hundred  and  fifty  years,  until  Samuel  the prophet. 

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

Acts 14:23
Literal: Having chosen now for them in every church elders having prayed with fasting they committed them to the Lord in whom they had believed
KJV: And  when they had ordained  them  elders  in every  church,  and had prayed  with  fasting,  they commended  them  to the Lord,  on  whom  they believed. 

Acts 14:27
Literal: Having arrived now and having gathered together the church they began declaring all that had done - God with them that He had opened to the Gentiles a door of faith
KJV: And  when they were come,  and  the church  together,  they rehearsed  all  that God  had done  with  them,  and  how  he had opened  the door  of faith  unto the Gentiles. 

Acts 15:4
Literal: Having come then to Jerusalem they were welcomed by the church and the apostles elders They declared then all that - God had done with them
KJV: And  when they were come  to  the church,  and  of the apostles  and  elders,  and  they declared  all things  that God  had done  with  them. 

Acts 15:13
Literal: After now - were silent they answered James saying Men brothers hear me
KJV: And  after  their  peace,  James  answered,  saying,  Men  and brethren,  hearken 

Acts 15:16
Literal: After these things I will return and will rebuild the tabernacle of David which has fallen the ruins of it I will rebuild I will set upright it
KJV: After  I will return,  and  will build again  the tabernacle  of David,  which  is fallen down;  and  I will build again  the ruins  thereof,  and  it  up: 

Acts 15:33
Literal: Having continued then a time they were sent away in peace from the brothers to those having sent them
KJV: And  after they had tarried  there a space,  they were let go  in  peace  from  the brethren  unto 

Acts 15:35
Literal: Paul however and Barnabas stayed in Antioch teaching proclaiming the good news with also others many the word of the Lord
KJV: Paul  also  and  Barnabas  continued  in  Antioch,  teaching  and  preaching  the word  of the Lord,  with  many  others  also. 

Acts 15:36
Literal: After now some days said to Barnabas Paul Having turned back indeed let us look after the brothers