Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 4012

Word info for περί

Root: περί, περαιτέρω
Strongs Number: 4012
Transliteration: [peri]
Phonetics: per·ee
Etymology: From the base of 4008
Parts of Speech: prep.
Sense: about, concerning, on account of, because of, around, near (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:

   1 about, concerning, on account of, because of, around, near.

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G4012

περὶ, Περὶ

All words for strongs number G4012 :

Word Occurance
περὶ 284
Περὶ 21

How strongs number G4012 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
concerning 178
about 53
for 36
around 16
of 8
over 2
in 2
[offerings] for 2
about [the] 1
to 1
around [him] 1
in regard to 1
relative to 1
[that] about 1
from 1
regarding 1
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Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 15:7 Well did Isaiah prophesy of you [καλως επροπητευσεν περι μων Εσαιας]
There is sarcasm in this pointed application of Isaiah‘s words (Isaiah 29:13) to these rabbis. He “beautifully pictured” them. The portrait was to the very life, “teaching as their doctrines the commandments of men.” They were indeed far from God if they imagined that God would be pleased with such gifts at the expense of duty to one‘s parents. [source]
Matthew 19:17 Concerning that which is good [περι του αγατου]
He had asked Jesus in Matthew 19:16 “what good thing” he should do. He evidently had a light idea of the meaning of αγατος — agathos “This was only a teacher‘s way of leading on a pupil” (Bruce). So Jesus explains that “One there is who is good,” one alone who is really good in the absolute sense. [source]
Matthew 26:28 Which is shed for many [περι]
A prophetic present passive participle. The act is symbolized by the ordinance. Cf. the purpose of Christ expressed in Matthew 20:28. There εις απεσιν αμαρτιων — anti and here peri remission of sins This clause is in Matthew alone but it is not to be restricted for that reason. It is the truth. This passage answers all the modern sentimentalism that finds in the teaching of Jesus only pious ethical remarks or eschatological dreamings. He had the definite conception of his death on the cross as the basis of forgiveness of sin. The purpose of the shedding of his blood of the New Covenant was precisely to remove (forgive) sins. [source]
Mark 3:32 Was sitting about him [εκατητο περι αυτον]
They sat in a circle (κυκλωι — kuklōi) around Jesus with the disciples forming a sort of inner circle. [source]
Mark 4:19 The lusts of other things [αι περι τα λοιπα επιτυμιαι]
All the passions or longings, sensual, worldly, “pleasures of this life” (ηδονων του βιου — hēdonōn tou biou) as Luke has it (Luke 8:14), the world of sense drowning the world of spirit. The word επιτυμια — epithumia is not evil in itself. One can yearn (this word) for what is high and holy (Luke 22:15; Philemon 1:23). [source]
Mark 6:48 About the fourth watch of the night [περι τεταρτην πυλακην της νυκτος]
That is, between three and six a.m.The wind was contrary to them (εναντιος αυτοις — enantios autois), that is in their faces and rowing was difficult, “a great wind” (John 6:18), and as a result the disciples had made little progress. They should have been over long before this.And he would have passed by them Only in Mark. He wished to pass by them, praeterire eos (Vulgate). Imperfect tense ητελεν — ēthelen thought A natural conclusion.And cried out (ανεκραχαν — anekraxan). Cried up, literally, a shriek of terror, or scream. [source]
Mark 7:25 Having heard of him [ακουσασα περι αυτου]
Even in this heathen territory the fame of Jesus was known. When the Sermon on the Mount was preached people were there from “the sea coast of Tyre and Sidon” (Luke 6:17). [source]
Mark 8:30 Of him [περι αυτου]
As being the Messiah, that he was the Christ (Matthew 16:20). Not yet, for the time was not yet ripe. When that comes, the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the very stones will cry out, if men will not (Luke 19:40). [source]
Luke 11:53 Of many things [περι πλειονων]
“Concerning more (comparative) things.” They were stung to the quick by these woes which laid bare their hollow hypocrisy. [source]
Luke 19:37 For all the mighty works which they had seen [περι πασων ειδον δυναμεων]
Neat Greek idiom, incorporation of the antecedent (δυναμεων — dunameōn) into the relative clause and attraction of the case of the relative from the accusative ας — has to the genitive ων — hōn And note “all.” The climax had come, Lazarus, Bartimaeus, and the rest. [source]
Luke 24:4 While they were perplexed thereabout [εν τωι απορεισται αυτας περι τουτου]
Luke‘s common Hebraistic idiom, εν — en with the articular infinitive (present passive απορεισται — aporeisthai from απορεω — aporeō to lose one‘s way) and the accusative of general reference. [source]
Luke 24:27 Concerning himself [περι εαυτον]
Jesus found himself in the Old Testament, a thing that some modern scholars do not seem able to do. [source]
John 2:21 But he spake of the temple of his body [εκεινος δε ελεγεν περι του ναου του σωματος αυτου]
Emphatic he This is John‘s view as he looks back at it, not what he understood when Jesus spoke the words. [source]
John 5:31 If I bear witness of myself [Εαν εγω μαρτυρω περι εμαυτου]
Condition of third class, undetermined with prospect of determination The emphasis is on εγω — egō (I alone with no other witness). Is not true In law the testimony of a witness is not received in his own case (Jewish, Greek, Roman law). See Deuteronomy 19:15 and the allusion to it by Jesus in Matthew 18:16. See also 2 Corinthians 13:1; 1 Timothy 5:19. And yet in John 8:12-19 Jesus claims that his witness concerning himself is true because the Father gives confirmation of his message. The Father and the Son are the two witnesses (John 8:17). It is a paradox and yet true. But here Jesus yields to the rabbinical demand for proof outside of himself. He has the witness of another (the Father, John 5:32, John 5:37), the witness of the Baptist (John 5:33), the witness of the works of Jesus (John 5:36), the witness of the Scriptures (John 5:39), the witness of Moses in particular (John 5:45). [source]
John 8:13 Of thyself [περι σεαυτου]
This technical objection was according to the rules of evidence among the rabbis. “No man can give witness for himself” (Mishnah, Ketub. 11. 9). Hence, they say, “not true” (ουκ αλητες — ouk alēthes), not pertinent. “They were still in the region of pedantic rules and external tests.” In John 5:31 Jesus acknowledged this technical need of further witness outside of his own claims (John 5:19-30) and proceeded to give it (John 5:32-47) in the testimony of the Baptist, of the Father, of his works, of the Scriptures, and of Moses in particular. [source]
John 8:26 I have many things to speak and to judge concerning you [πολλα εχω περι υμων λαλειν και κρινειν]
Instead of further talk about his own claims (already plain enough) Jesus turns to speak and to judge concerning them and their attitude towards him (cf. John 8:16). Whatever they think of Jesus the Father who sent him is true They cannot evade responsibility for the message heard. So Jesus goes on speaking it from the Father. [source]
John 8:46 Which of you convicteth me of sin? [Τις εχ υμων ελεγχει με περι αμαριτασ]
See on John 3:20; John 16:8 (the work of the Holy Spirit) for ελεγχω — elegchō for charge and proof. The use of αμαρτια — hamartia as in John 1:29 means sin in general, not particular sins. The rhetorical question which receives no answer involves sinlessness (Hebrews 4:15) without specifically saying so. Bernard suggests that Jesus paused after this pungent question before going on. Why do ye not believe me? This question drives home the irrationality of their hostility to Jesus. It was based on prejudice and predilection. [source]
John 10:33 For a good work we stone thee not [περι καλου εργου ου λιταζομεν]
“Concerning a good deed we are not stoning thee.” Flat denial that the healing of the blind man on the Sabbath had led them to this attempt (John 8:59) in spite of the facts. But for blasphemy See Acts 26:7 where περι — peri with the genitive is also used with εγκαλουμαι — egkaloumai for the charge against Paul. This is the only example in John of the word βλασπημια — blasphēmia (cf. Matthew 12:31). And because that thou, being a man, makest thyself God In John 5:18 they stated the charge more accurately: “He called God his own Father, making himself equal with God.” That is, he made himself the Son of God. This he did beyond a doubt. But was it blasphemy? Only if he was not the Son of God. The penalty for blasphemy was death by stoning (Leviticus 24:16; 1 Kings 21:10, 1 Kings 21:13). [source]
John 12:6 Not because he cared for the poor [ουχ οτι περι των πτωχων εμελεν αυτωι]
Literally, “not because it was a care to him concerning the poor” (impersonal imperfect of μελει — melei it was a care). John often makes explanatory comments of this kind as in John 2:21.; John 7:22, John 7:39. But because he was a thief Clearly the disciples did not know then that Judas was a petty thief. That knowledge came later after he took the bribe of thirty pieces of silver for betraying Jesus (Matthew 26:15), for the disciples did not suspect Judas of treachery (John 13:28.), let alone small speculations. There is no reason for thinking that John is unfair to Judas. “Temptation commonly comes through that for which we are naturally fitted” (Westcott). In this case Judas himself was “the poor beggar” who wanted this money. And having the bag took away what was put therein This is the correct text. This compound for the earlier γλωσσοκομειον — glōssokomeion (from γλωσσα — glōssa tongue, and κομεω — komeō to tend) was originally a receptacle for the tongues or mouth-pieces of wind instruments. The shorter form is already in the Doric inscriptions and is common in the papyri for “money-box” as here. It occurs also in Josephus, Plutarch, etc. In N.T. only here and John 13:29 in same sense about Judas. αλλομενα — Ballomena is present passive participle (repeatedly put in) of βαλλω — ballō to cast or fling. The imperfect active (custom) of βασταζω — bastazō old verb to pick up (John 10:31), to carry (John 19:17), but here and John 20:15 with the sense to bear away as in Polybius, Josephus, Diogenes Laertes, and often so in the papyri. [source]
John 13:18 Not of you all [ου περι παντων]
As in John 13:11, he here refers to Judas whose treachery is no surprise to Jesus (John 6:64, John 6:70). Whom I have chosen Indirect question, unless τινας — tinas is here used as a relative like ους — hous The first aorist middle indicative of εκλεγω — eklegō is the same form used in John 6:70. Jesus refers to the choice (Luke 6:13 εκλεχαμενος — eklexamenos this very word again) of the twelve from among the large group of disciples. [source]
Acts 8:34 Of whom [περι τινος]
Concerning whom, a pertinent inquiry surely and one that troubles many critics today. [source]
Acts 13:13 Paul and his company [οι περι Παυλον]
Neat Greek idiom as in Plato, Cratylus 440 C οι περι ερακλειτον — hoi peri Herakleiton On this idiom see Gildersleeve, Syntax, p. 264. It means a man and his followers, “those around Paul.” Now Paul ranks first always in Acts save in Acts 14:2; Acts 15:12, Acts 15:25 for special reasons. Heretofore Saul (Paul) held a secondary position (Acts 9:27; Acts 11:30; Acts 13:1.). “In nothing is the greatness of Barnabas more manifest than in his recognition of the superiority of Paul and acceptance of a secondary position for himself” (Furneaux). [source]
Acts 15:6 Of this matter [περι του λογου τουτου]
Same idiom in Acts 8:21; Acts 19:38. They realized the importance of the issue. [source]
Acts 18:15 About words [περι λογου]
Word, singular, talk, not deed or fact And names (και νομου του κατ υμας — kai onomatōn). As to whether “Jesus” should also be called “Christ” or “Messiah.” The Jews, Gallio knew, split hairs over words and names. And your own law The volitive future middle indicative of αυτοι — horaō often used (cf. Matthew 27:4) where an imperative could be employed (Robertson, Grammar, p. 874). The use of ου βουλομαι — autoi (yourselves) turns it all over to them. I am not minded I am not willing, I do not wish. An absolute refusal to allow a religious question to be brought before a Roman civil court. This decision of Gallio does not establish Christianity in preference to Judaism. It simply means that the case was plainly that Christianity was a form of Judaism and as such was not opposed to Roman law. This decision opened the door for Paul‘s preaching all over the Roman Empire. Later Paul himself argues (Romans 9-11) that in fact Christianity is the true, the spiritual Judaism. [source]
Acts 19:23 Concerning the Way [περι της οδου]
See this phrase for Christianity in Acts 9:2; Acts 19:9; Acts 24:22 which see, like the “Jesus Way” of the Indians. There had already been opposition and “stir” before this stage (cf. Acts 19:11-20). The fight with wild beasts in 1 Corinthians 15:32 (whatever it was) was before that Epistle was written and so before this new uproar. Paul as a Roman citizen could not be thrown to wild beasts, but he so pictured the violent opponents of Christ in Ephesus. [source]
Acts 19:25 With the workmen of like occupation [και τους περι τα τοιαυτα εργατας]
“And the workmen concerning such things,” apparently those who made the marble and terra-cotta shrines who would also be affected in the same way. It was a gathering of the associated trades, not for a strike, for employer and employees met together, but in protest against the preaching of Paul. We have our wealth (η ευπορια ημιν εστιν — hē euporia hēmin estin). The wealth is to us (dative of possession). This old word for wealth occurs here alone in the N.T. It is from ευ — eu and πορος — poros easy to pass through, easy to accomplish, to be well off, wealthy, welfare, weal, well-being, rich. Demetrius appeals to this knowledge and self-interest of the artisans as the basis for their zeal for Artemis, piety for revenue. [source]
Acts 19:40 For indeed we are in danger to be accused concerning this day‘s riot [και γαρ κινδυνευομεν εγκαλεισται στασεως περι της σημερον]
The text is uncertain. The text of Westcott and Hort means “to be accused of insurrection concerning today‘s assembly.” The peril was real. Κινδυνευομεν — Kinduneuomen from κινδυνος — kindunos danger, peril. Old verb, but in the N.T. only here and Luke 8:23; 1 Corinthians 15:30. [source]
Acts 19:40 And as touching it [περι ου]
“Concerning which.” But what? No clear antecedent, only the general idea. [source]
Acts 19:40 Give an account of this concourse [αποδουναι λογον περι της συστροπης ταυτης]
Rationem reddere. They will have to explain matters to the proconsul. Συστροπη — Sustrophē (from συν — sun together, στρεπω — strephō to turn) is a late word for a conspiracy (Acts 23:12) and a disorderly riot as here (Polybius). In Acts 28:12 συστρεπω — sustrephō is used of gathering up a bundle of sticks and of men combining in Matthew 17:22. Seneca says that there was nothing on which the Romans looked with such jealousy as a tumultuous meeting. [source]
Acts 21:21 They have been informed concerning thee [κατηχητησαν περι σου]
First aorist passive indicative of κατηχεω — katēcheō A word in the ancient Greek, but a few examples survive in the papyri. It means to sound (echo, from ηχω — ēchō our word) down They had failed in their attacks on Paul‘s world campaigns. Now they try to undermine him at home. In Paul‘s long absence from Jerusalem, since Acts 18:22, they have had a free hand, save what opposition James would give, and have had great success in prejudicing the Jerusalem Christians against Paul. So James, in the presence of the other elders and probably at their suggestion, feels called upon to tell Paul the actual situation. [source]
Acts 22:6 About noon [περι μεσημβριαν]
Mid First aorist active infinitive of περιαστραπτω — periastraptō to flash around, in lxx and late Greek, in the N.T. only here and Acts 9:3 which see. Note repetition of περι — peri A great light Luke‘s favourite word ικανον — hikanon (considerable). Accusative of general reference with the infinitive. [source]
Acts 22:6 Shone round about me [περιαστραπσαι περι εμε]
First aorist active infinitive of περιαστραπτω — periastraptō to flash around, in lxx and late Greek, in the N.T. only here and Acts 9:3 which see. Note repetition of περι — peri [source]
Acts 22:10 Of all things which [περι παντων ων]
ων — Hōn relative plural attracted to genitive of antecedent from accusative α — ha object of ποιησαι — poiēsai (do). Are appointed for thee (τετακται σοι — tetaktai soi). Perfect passive indicative of τασσω — tassō to appoint, to order, with dative σοι — soi Compare with οτι σε δει — hoti se dei of Acts 9:6. The words were spoken to Paul, of course, in the Aramaic, Saoul, Saoul. [source]
Acts 23:15 As though ye would judge of his case more exactly [ως μελλοντας διαγινωσκειν ακριβεστερον τα περι αυτου]
ως — Hōs with the participle gives the alleged reason as here. So also in Acts 23:20. Διαγνοσκω — Diagnoskō old verb to distinguish accurately, only here in N.T. and Acts 24:22. [source]
Acts 23:6 Touching the hope and resurrection of the dead I am called in question [περι ελπιδος και αναστασεως νεκρων κρινομαι]
This was true also and this is the point that Paul mentions in Acts 24:21. His failure to mention again the fact that he was a Pharisee throws no discredit on Luke‘s report here. The chief point of difference between Pharisees and Sadducees was precisely this matter of the resurrection. And this was Paul‘s cardinal doctrine as a Christian minister. It was this fact that convinced him that Jesus was the Messiah and was “the very centre of his faith” (Page) and of his preaching. It was not a mere trick for Paul to proclaim this fact here and so divide the Sanhedrin. As a matter of fact, the Pharisees held aloof when the Sadducees persecuted Peter and the other apostles for preaching resurrection in the case of Jesus and even Gamaliel threw cold water on the effort to punish them for it (Acts 5:34-39). So then Paul was really recurring to the original cleavage on this point and was able to score a point against the Sadducees as Gamaliel, his great teacher, had done before him. Besides, “Paul and Pharisaism seem to us such opposite ideas that we often forget that to Paul Christianity was the natural development of Judaism” (Page). Paul shows this in Galatians 3; Romans 9-11. [source]
Acts 23:29 Concerning questions of their law [περι ζητηματα του νομου αυτων]
The very distinction drawn by Gallio in Corinth (Acts 18:14.). On the word see note on Acts 15:2. [source]
Acts 24:21 For this one voice [περι μιας ταυτης πωνης]
The normal Greek idiom with the attributive use of ουτος — houtos calls for the article before μιας — mias though some inscriptions show it as here (Robertson, Grammar, p. 702). That Genitive of the relative attracted to the case of the antecedent εκεκραχα — phōnēs I cried (περι — ekekraxa). Reduplicated aorist as is usual with this verb in the lxx (Judges 3:15). Robertson, Grammar, p. 348. Touching (κρινομαι — peri). Concerning (around, about). I am called in question (επ υμων — krinomai). As in Acts 23:6. Before you (eph' humōn). Same idiom as in Acts 24:19, Acts 24:20. [source]
Acts 25:16 And have had opportunity to make his defence concerning the matter laid against him [τοπον τε απολογιας λαβοι περι του εγκληματος]
Literally, “And should receive (λαβοι — laboi optative for same reason as εχοι — echoi above, second aorist active of λαμβανω — lambanō) opportunity for defence (objective genitive) concerning the charge” (εγκληματος — egklēmatos in N.T. only here and Acts 23:19 which see). [source]
Acts 25:19 Concerning their own religion [περι της ιδιας δεισιδαιμονιας]
See note on Acts 17:22 for discussion of this word. Festus would hardly mean “superstition,” whatever he really thought, because Agrippa was a Jew. And of one Jesus (και περι τινος Ιησου — kai peri tinos Iēsou). This is the climax of supercilious scorn toward both Paul and “one Jesus.” Who was dead Perfect active participle of τνησκω — thnēskō agreeing with Ιησου — Iēsou (genitive). As being dead. Whom Paul affirmed to be alive (ον επασκεν ο Παυλος ζηιν — hon ephasken ho Paulos zēin). Imperfect active of πασκω — phaskō old form of πημι — phēmi to say, in the N.T. only here and Acts 24:9; Romans 1:22. Infinitive ζηιν — zēin in indirect discourse with ον — hon (whom) the accusative of general reference. With all his top-loftical airs Festus has here correctly stated the central point of Paul‘s preaching about Jesus as no longer dead, but living. [source]
Acts 25:19 And of one Jesus [και περι τινος Ιησου]
This is the climax of supercilious scorn toward both Paul and “one Jesus.” [source]
Acts 25:20 How to inquire concerning these things [την περι τουτων ζητησιν]
Literally, “as to the inquiry concerning these things.” This is not the reason given by Luke in Acts 25:9 (wanting to curry favour with the Jews), but doubtless this motive also actuated Festus as both could be true. Whether he would go to Jerusalem (ει βουλοιτο πορευεσται εις Ιεροσολυμα — ei bouloito poreuesthai eis Ierosoluma). Optative in indirect question after ελεγον — elegon (asked or said) imperfect active, though the present indicative could have been retained with change of person: “Dost thou wish, etc.,” (ει βουληι — ei boulēi etc.). See Robertson, Grammar, pp. 1031, 1044. This is the question put to Paul in Acts 25:9 though τελεις — theleis is there used. [source]
Acts 26:26 For the king knoweth of these things [επισταται γαρ περι τουτων ο βασιλευς]
Επισταται — Epistatai (present middle probably Ionic form of επιστημι — ephistēmi) is a literary word and suits well here (cf. Acts 24:10). [source]
Acts 28:15 When they heard of us [ακουσαντες τα περι ημων]
How “they heard the things concerning us” we do not know. Good news had its way of travel even before the days of telegraph, telephone, daily papers. Possibly Julius had to send on special couriers with news of his arrival after the shipwreck. Possibly some of the brethren in Puteoli at once (beginning of the week) sent on news to the brethren in Rome. The church in Rome had long ago received Paul‘s letter from Corinth at the hands of Phoebe. [source]
Acts 28:21 Any harm of thee [τι περι σου πονηρον]
Evil (πονηρον — ponēron). The three aorists (εδεχαμετα απηγγειλεν ελαλησεν — edexamethaapēggeileelalēsen) cover the past. These Jews do not mean to say that they had never heard of Paul. It is hardly likely that they had heard of his appeal to Caesar, “for how could the news have reached Rome before Paul?” (Page). [source]
Acts 28:22 Concerning this sect [περι της αιρεσεως ταυτης]
Paul had identified Christianity with Judaism (Acts 28:20) in its Messianic hope. The language seems to imply that the number of Christians in Rome was comparatively small and mainly Gentile. If the edict of Claudius for the expulsion of the Jews from Rome (Acts 18:2) was due to disturbance over Christ Cf. Acts 28:19. The line of cleavage between Jew and Christian was now sharply drawn everywhere. [source]
Acts 28:23 Persuading them concerning Jesus [πειτων αυτους περι του Ιησου]
Conative present active participle, trying to persuade. It was only about Jesus that he could make good his claim concerning the hope of Israel (Acts 28:20). It was Paul‘s great opportunity. So he appealed both to Moses and to the prophets for proof as it was his custom to do. [source]
Romans 1:3 Concerning his Son [περι του υιου αυτου]
Just as Jesus found himself in the O.T. (Luke 24:27, Luke 24:46). The deity of Christ here stated. [source]
Romans 1:8 For [περι]
Concerning, about. [source]
Romans 8:3 And for sin [και περι αμαρτιας]
Condensed phrase, God sent his Son also concerning sin (our sin). [source]
1 Corinthians 7:1 Now concerning the things whereof ye wrote [περι δε ων εγραπσατε]
An ellipsis of περι τουτων — peri toutōn the antecedent of περι ων — peri hōn is easily supplied as in papyri. The church had written Paul a letter in which a number of specific problems about marriage were raised. He answers them seriatim. The questions must be clearly before one in order intelligently to interpret Paul‘s replies. The first is whether a single life is wrong. Paul pointedly says that it is not wrong, but good One will get a one-sided view of Paul‘s teaching on marriage unless he keeps a proper perspective. One of the marks of certain heretics will be forbidding to marry (1 Timothy 4:3). Paul uses marriage as a metaphor of our relation to Christ (2 Corinthians 11:2; Romans 7:4; Ephesians 5:28-33). Paul is not here opposing marriage. He is only arguing that celibacy may be good in certain limitations. The genitive case with απτεσται — haptesthai (touch) is the usual construction. [source]
1 Corinthians 8:1 Now concerning things sacrificed to idols [περι δε των ειδωλοτυτων]
Plainly the Corinthians had asked also about this problem in their letter to Paul (1 Corinthians 7:1). This compound adjective The connection between idolatry and impurity was very close, especially in Corinth. See both topics connected in Revelation 2:14, Revelation 2:20. By ειδωλοτυτα — eidōlothuta was meant the portion of the flesh left over after the heathen sacrifices. The heathen called it ιεροτυτον — hierothuton (1 Corinthians 10:28). This leftover part “was either eaten sacrificially, or taken home for private meals, or sold in the markets” (Robertson and Plummer). What were Christians to do about eating such portions either buying in the market or eating in the home of another or at the feast to the idol? Three questions are thus involved and Paul discusses them all. There was evidently difference of opinion on the subject among the Corinthian Christians. Aspects of the matter come forward not touched on in the Jerusalem Conference to which Paul does not here allude, though he does treat it in Galatians 2:1-10. There was the more enlightened group who acted on the basis of their superior knowledge about the non-existence of the gods represented by the idols. [source]
1 Corinthians 12:1 Now concerning spiritual gifts [περι δε των πνευματικων]
Clearly one of the items asked about in the letter to Paul (1 Corinthians 7:1) and introduced precisely as the problem of meats offered to idols (1 Corinthians 8:1). This question runs to the end of chapter 14. Plainly much trouble had arisen in Corinth in the exercise of these gifts. [source]
1 Corinthians 16:1 Now concerning the collection for the saints [περι δε της λογιας της εις τους αγιους]
Paul has discussed all the problems raised by the Corinthians. Now he has on his own heart the collection for the saints in Jerusalem (see chapters 2 Corinthians 8; 2 Corinthians 9:1-15). This word λογια — logia (or εια — ̇eia) is now known to be derived from a late verb λογευω — logeuō to collect, recently found in papyri and inscriptions (Deissmann, Bible Studies, p. 143). The word λογια — logia is chiefly found in papyri, ostraca, and inscriptions that tell of religious collections for a god or a temple (Deissmann, Light from the Ancient East, p. 105). The introduction of this topic may seem sudden, but the Corinthians were behind with their part of it. They may even have asked further about it. Paul feels no conflict between discussion of the resurrection and the collection. [source]
Ephesians 6:22 Our state [τα περι ημων]
“The things concerning us,” practically the same as τα κατ εμε — ta kat' eme of Ephesians 6:21. See both phrases in Colossians 4:7, Colossians 4:8. [source]
Philippians 2:23 How it will go with me [τα περι εμε]
On the force of απο — apo with οραω — horaō (look away) see note on Hebrews 12:2. “The things concerning me,” the outcome of the trial. Cf. 1 Corinthians 4:17, 1 Corinthians 4:19. [source]
Colossians 4:8 Our estate [τα περι ημων]
“The things concerning us.” [source]
1 Thessalonians 1:2 For you all [περι παντων υμων]
Paul “encircled (περι — peri around) them all,” including every one of them and the church as a whole. Distance lends enchantment to the memory of slight drawbacks. Paul is fond of this phrase “you all,” particularly in Phil. (Philemon 1:3, Philemon 1:7). [source]
1 Thessalonians 3:9 For you [περι υμων]
Around (concerning) you, while in 1 Thessalonians 3:2 υπερ — huper (over is used for “concerning your faith.” For (επι — epi). Basis again as cause or ground for the joy. Wherewith we joy Probably cognate accusative ην — hēn with χαιρομεν — chairomen attracted to locative χαραι — charāi (Matthew 2:10). [source]
1 Thessalonians 4:9 Concerning love of the brethren [περι της πιλαδελπιας]
Late word, love of brothers or sisters. In profane Greek (one papyrus example) and lxx the word means love of those actually kin by blood, but in the N.T. it is the kinship in the love of Christ as here. [source]
1 Thessalonians 4:13 Concerning them that fall asleep [περι των κοιμωμενων]
Present passive (or middle) participle (Aleph B) rather than the perfect passive κεκοιμημενων — kekoimēmenōn of many later MSS. From old κοιμαω — koimaō to put to sleep. Present tense gives idea of repetition, from time to time fall asleep. Greeks and Romans used this figure of sleep for death as Jesus does (John 11:11) and N.T. generally (cf. our word cemetery). Somehow the Thessalonians had a false notion about the dead in relation to the second coming. [source]
1 Thessalonians 5:1 But concerning the times and the seasons [περι δε των χρονων και των καιρων]
See both words used also in Titus 1:2. Χρονος — Chronos is rather an extended period and καιρος — kairos a definite space of time. [source]
1 Thessalonians 5:10 For us [περι ημων]
(περι ημων — peri hēmōn). [source]
1 Thessalonians 5:25 Pray for us [προσευχεστε και περι ημων]
He has made his prayer for them. He adds this “human touch” (Frame) and pleads for the prayers of his converts (2 Thessalonians 3:1; Colossians 4:2.). Probably και — kai also is genuine (B D). [source]
1 Timothy 1:7 Nor whereof [μητε περι τινων]
Here the interrogative τινων — tinōn used in sense of relative ων — hōn It may be regarded as the use of an indirect question for variety (Parry). They confidently affirm (διαβεβαιουνται — diabebaiountai). Present middle indicative of the common Koiné{[28928]}š compound, in N.T. only here and Titus 3:8. [source]
1 Timothy 1:19 Concerning the faith [περι την πιστιν]
Rather, “concerning their faith” (the article here used as a possessive pronoun, a common Greek idiom). [source]
Philemon 1:10 For my child [περι του εμου τεκνου]
Tender and affectionate reference to Onesimus as his spiritual child. [source]
Hebrews 5:3 For himself [περι εαυτου]
Note περι — peri three times here (περι του λαου περι εαυτου περι αμαρτιων — peri tou laou class="normal greek">υπερ αντρωπων υπερ αμαρτιων — peri heautou class="normal greek">περι — peri hamartiōn), but in Hebrews 5:1 υπερ — huper anthrōpōn class="translit"> huper hamartiōn In the Koiné this interchange of peri (around) and huper (over) is common (Matthew 26:28). [source]
Hebrews 5:11 Of whom [περι ου]
Or “concerning which,” for ου — hou can be either masculine or neuter (genitive). It is the likeness of Jesus as high priest to Melchizedek that the author has in mind. He is ready to discuss that but for the fear that the reader may fail to grasp his meaning, for he will run counter to the usual Jewish ideas. Hence he pauses to stir up the interest of the readers (5:11-6:20) before going on with the argument (7:1-28). Hard of interpretation Late and rare verbal compound Old adjective (papyri also), from negative ωτεω — nē and νωτροι — ōtheō to push, no push in the hearing, slow and sluggish in mind as well as in the ears. In N.T. only here and Hebrews 6:12 (slack, sluggish). Plato calls some students nōthroi (stupid). [source]
Hebrews 10:18 There is no more offering for sin [ουκετι προσπορα περι αμαρτιας]
This is the logical and triumphant conclusion concerning the better sacrifice offered by Christ (9:13-10:18). As Jeremiah had prophesied, there is actually remission (απεσις — aphesis removal) of sins. Repetition of the sacrifice is needless. [source]
Hebrews 11:20 Even concerning things to come [και περι μελλοντων]
As told in Genesis 27:28-40 when Isaac blessed Jacob and Esau. [source]
1 Peter 1:10 Concerning which salvation [περι ης σωτηριας]
Another relative clause (taking up σωτηρια — sōtēria from 1 Peter 1:9 and incorporating it) in this long sentence (1 Peter 1:3-12, inclusive, all connected by relatives). Peter lingers over the word σωτηρια — sōtēria (salvation) with something new to say each time (Bigg). Here it is the general sense of the gospel of grace. [source]
1 Peter 1:10 Of the grace that should come unto you [περι της εις υμας χαριτος]
“Concerning the for you grace” (meant for you). [source]
1 Peter 3:15 A reason concerning the hope that is in you [λογον περι της εν υμιν ελπιδος]
Original sense of λογον — logon (accusative of the thing with αιτουντι — aitounti with υμας — humās accusative of the person) “concerning the in you hope.” Ready with a spoken defence of the inward hope. This attitude calls for an intelligent grasp of the hope and skill in presenting it. In Athens every citizen was expected to be able to join in the discussion of state affairs. [source]
1 Peter 3:18 For sins [περι αμαρτιων]
“Concerning sins” (not his, but ours, 1 Peter 1:18). Περι — Peri (around, concerning) with αμαρτιας — hamartias in the regular phrase for the sin offering (Leviticus 5:7; Leviticus 6:30), though υπερ αμαρτιας — huper hamartias does occur (Ezekiel 43:25). So in the N.T. we find both περι αμαρτιων — peri hamartiōn (Hebrews 5:3) and υπερ αμαρτιων — huper hamartiōn (Hebrews 5:1).Once (απαχ — hapax). Once for all (Hebrews 9:28), not once upon a time (ποτε — pote).The righteous for the unrighteous Literally, “just for unjust” (no articles). See 1 Peter 2:19 for the sinlessness of Christ as the one perfect offering for sin. This is what gives Christ‘s blood value. He has no sin himself. Some men today fail to perceive this point.That he might bring us to God (ινα ημας προσαγαγηι τωι τεωι — hina hēmās prosagagēi tōi theōi). Purpose clause with ινα — hina with second aorist active subjunctive of προσαγω — prosagō and the dative case τωι τεωι — tōi theōi The MSS. vary between ημας — hēmās (us) and υμας — humās (you). The verb προσαγω — prosagō means to lead or bring to (Matthew 18:24), to approach God (cf. προσαγωγην — prosagōgēn in Ephesians 2:18), to present us to God on the basis of his atoning death for us, which has opened the way (Romans 3:25; Hebrews 10:19.)Being put to death in the flesh First aorist passive participle of τανατοω — thanatoō old verb (from τανατος — thanatos death), to put to death. Σαρκι — Sarki is locative case of σαρχ — sarx quickened in the spirit First aorist passive participle of ζωοποιεω — zōopoieō rare (Aristotle) verb (from ζωοποιος — zōopoios making alive), to make alive. The participles are not antecedent to απετανεν — apethanen but simultaneous with it. There is no such construction as the participle of subsequent action. The spirit of Christ did not die when his flesh did, but “was endued with new and greater powers of life” (Thayer). See 1 Corinthians 15:22 for the use of the verb for the resurrection of the body. But the use of the word πνευματι — pneumati (locative case) in contrast with σαρκι — sarki starts Peter‘s mind off in a long comparison by way of illustration that runs from 1 Peter 3:19-22. The following verses have caused more controversy than anything in the Epistle. [source]
2 Peter 3:16 Speaking in them of these things [λαλων εν αυταις περι τουτων]
Present active participle of λαλεω — laleō That is to say, Paul also wrote about the second coming of Christ, as is obviously true.Hard to be understood (δυσνοητα — dusnoēta). Late verbal from δυς — dus and νοεω — noeō (in Aristotle, Lucian, Diog. Laert.), here only in N.T. We know that the Thessalonians persisted in misrepresenting Paul on this very subject of the second coming as Hymenaeus and Philetus did about the resurrection (2 Timothy 2:17) and Spitta holds that Paul‘s teaching about grace was twisted to mean moral laxity like Galatians 3:10; Romans 3:20, Romans 3:28; Romans 5:20 (with which cf. Romans 6:1 as a case in point), etc. Peter does not say that he himself did not understand Paul on the subject of faith and freedom.Unlearned Old word (alpha privative and μαντανω — manthanō to learn), ignorant, here only in N.T.Unsteadfast (αστηρικτοι — astēriktoi). See note on 2 Peter 2:14.Wrest Present active indicative of στρεβλοω — strebloō old verb (from στρεβλος — streblos twisted, στρεπω — strephō to turn), here only in N.T.The other scriptures (τας λοιπας γραπας — tas loipas graphas). There is no doubt that the apostles claimed to speak by the help of the Holy Spirit (1 Thessalonians 5:27; Colossians 4:16) just as the prophets of old did (2 Peter 1:20.). Note λοιπας — loipas (rest) here rather than αλλας — allas (other). Peter thus puts Paul‘s Epistles on the same plane with the O.T., which was also misused (Matt 5:21-44; Matthew 15:3-6; Matthew 19:3-10). [source]
1 John 2:2 For the whole world [περι ολου του κοσμου]
It is possible to supply the ellipsis here of των αμαρτιων — tōn hamartiōn (the sins of) as we have it in Hebrews 7:27, but a simpler way is just to regard “the whole world” as a mass of sin (1 John 5:19). At any rate, the propitiation by Christ provides for salvation for all (Hebrews 2:9) if they will only be reconciled with God (2 Corinthians 5:19-21). [source]
1 John 2:26 Concerning them that would lead you astray [περι των πλανωντων υμας]
“Concerning those that are trying to lead you astray” (conative use of the present active articular participle of πλαναω — planaō). See 1 John 1:8 for this verb. John is doing his part to rescue the sheep from the wolves, as Paul did (Acts 20:29). [source]
1 John 5:16 Concerning this [περι εκεινης]
This sin unto death. [source]
3 John 1:2 In all things [περι παντων]
To be taken with ευοδουσται — euodousthai and like περι — peri in 1 Corinthians 16:1, “concerning all things.”Thou mayest prosper (σε ευοδουσται — se euodousthai). Infinitive in indirect discourse (object infinitive) after ευχομαι — euchomai with accusative of general reference σε — se (as to thee). Ευοδοω — Euodoō is old verb (from ευοδος — euodos ευ — eu and οδος — hodos prosperous in a journey), to have a good journey, to prosper, in lxx, in N.T. only this verse (twice), 1 Corinthians 16:2; Romans 1:10.Be in health In Paul this word always means sound teaching (1 Timothy 1:10; 1 Timothy 6:3), but here and in Luke 5:31; Luke 7:10; Luke 15:27, of bodily health. Brooke wonders if Gaius‘ health had caused his friends anxiety.Even as thy soul prospereth (κατως ευοδουται σου η πσυχη — kathōs euodoutai sou hē psuchē). A remarkable comparison which assumes the welfare (present middle indicative of ευοδοω — euodoō) of his soul (πσυχη — psuchē here as the principle of the higher life as in John 12:27, not of the natural life as in Matthew 6:25). [source]
Jude 1:3 Of our common salvation [περι της κοινης ημων σωτηριας]
See this use of κοινος — koinos (common to all) in Titus 1:4 with πιστις — pistis while in 2 Peter 1:1 we have ισοτιμον πιστιν — isotimon pistin which see. [source]
Jude 1:7 The cities about them [αι περι αυτας πολεις]
These were also included, Admah and Zeboiim (Deuteronomy 29:23; Hosea 11:8). Zoar, the other city, was spared.In like manner (τον ομοιον τροπον — ton homoion tropon). Adverbial accusative (cf. ως — hōs). Like the fallen angels.Having given themselves over to fornication First aorist active participle feminine plural of εκπορνευω — ekporneuō late and rare compound (perfective use of εκ — ek outside the moral law), only here in N.T., but in lxx (Gen 38:24; Exod 34:15f., etc.). Cf. ασελγειαν — aselgeian in Judges 1:4.Strange flesh (σαρκος ετερας — sarkos heteras). Horrible licentiousness, not simply with women not their wives or in other nations, but even unnatural uses (Romans 1:27) for which the very word “sodomy” is used (Genesis 19:4-11). The pronoun ετερας — heteras (other, strange) is not in 2 Peter 2:10.Are set forth Present middle indicative of προκειμαι — prokeimai old verb, to lie before, as in Hebrews 12:1.As an example (δειγμα — deigma). Predicate nominative of δειγμα — deigma old word (from δεικνυμι — deiknumi to show), here only in N.T., sample, specimen. 2 Peter 2:6 has υποδειγμα — hupodeigma (pattern).Suffering Present active participle of υπεχω — hupechō old compound, to hold under, often with δικην — dikēn (right, justice, sentence 2 Thessalonians 1:9) to suffer sentence (punishment), here only in N.T.Of eternal fire (πυρος αιωνιου — puros aiōniou). Like δεσμοις αιδιοις — desmois aidiois in Judges 1:7. Cf. the hell of fire (Matthew 5:22) and also Matthew 25:46. Jude has no mention of Lot. [source]
Jude 1:9 Concerning the body of Moses [περι του Μωυσεως σωματος]
Some refer this to Zechariah 3:1, others to a rabbinical comment on Deuteronomy 34:6. There is a similar reference to traditions in Acts 7:22; Galatians 3:19; Hebrews 2:2; 2 Timothy 3:8. But this explanation hardly meets the facts. [source]

305 Verses with G4012

Matthew 2:8
Literal: And having sent them to Bethlehem he said Having gone search carefully for the Child when then You shall have found [Him] bring word back to me so that I also having come may worship Him
KJV: And  he sent  them  to  Bethlehem,  and said,  Go  and search  diligently  for  the young child;  and  when  ye have found  word again,  that  I may come  and worship  him  also. 

Matthew 3:4
Literal: Himself now - John had the garment of him of hair of a camel and a belt of leather around the waist - and the food was locusts honey wild
KJV: And  the same  John  had  his  raiment  of  camel's  hair,  and  a leathern  girdle  about  his  loins;  and  his  meat  locusts  and  wild  honey. 

Matthew 4:6
Literal: and says to him If Son You are - of God throw Yourself down it has been written for - To the angels of Him He will give orders concerning You in [their] hands will they bear up You lest ever You strike against a stone the foot of You
KJV: And  saith  unto him,  If  the Son  of God,  cast  thyself  down:  for  it is written,  his  angels  charge  concerning  and  in  their hands  up,  thou dash  foot  against  a stone. 

Matthew 6:28
Literal: And about clothing why are you anxious Observe the lilies of the field how they grow [They do] not labor nor do they spin
KJV: And  why  take ye thought  for  raiment?  Consider  the lilies  of the field,  how  they grow;  they toil  not,  neither  do they spin: 

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

Matthew 9:36
Literal: Having seen now the crowds He was moved with compassion for them because they were wearied and cast away as sheep not having a shepherd
KJV: But  the multitudes,  he was moved with compassion  on  them,  because  and  were scattered abroad,  as  sheep  having  no  shepherd. 

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

Matthew 11:10
Literal: For this is [he] concerning whom it has been written Behold I send the messenger of Me before [the] face of You who will prepare the way before You
KJV: this  he, of  whom  it is written,  Behold,  send  messenger  before  face,  which  shall prepare  way  before 

Matthew 12:36
Literal: I say now to you that every word careless that will speak - men they will give of it an account in day of judgment
KJV: But  I say  That  every  idle  word  that  men  shall speak,  they shall give  account  thereof  in  the day  of judgment. 

Matthew 15:7
Literal: Hypocrites Rightly prophesied concerning you Isaiah saying
KJV: Ye hypocrites,  well  Esaias  prophesy  of  saying, 

Matthew 16:11
Literal: How not understand you that concerning bread I spoke to you to beware also of the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees
KJV: How  is it that  not  understand  that I spake  it not  concerning  bread,  that ye should beware  of  the leaven  of the Pharisees  and  of the Sadducees? 

Matthew 17:13
Literal: Then understood the disciples that concerning John the Baptist He spoke to them
KJV: Then  the disciples  understood  that  he spake  unto them  of  John  the Baptist. 

Matthew 18:6
Literal: Whoever then - shall cause to stumble one of the little ones of these - believing in Me it is better for him that should be hung a millstone heavy around the neck of him and he be sunk in the depth of the sea
KJV: But  whoso  shall offend  one  little ones  which  believe  in  it were better  for him  that  a millstone  were hanged  his  neck,  and  that he were drowned  in  the depth  of the sea. 

Matthew 18:19
Literal: Again truly I say to you that if two might agree of you on the earth concerning any matter that they shall ask it will be done for them by the Father of Me who [is] in [the] heavens
KJV: Again  I say  That  if  two  shall agree  on  earth  as touching  any  thing  that  they shall ask,  it shall be done  for them  of  Father  which  is in  heaven. 

Matthew 19:17
Literal: - And He said to him Why Me ask you about what is good Only One is good If however you desire into - life to enter keep the commandments
KJV: And  he said  unto him,  Why  good?  one,  but  if  thou wilt  enter  into  life,  keep  the commandments. 

Matthew 20:3
Literal: And having gone out about the third hour he saw others standing in the marketplace idle
KJV: And  he went out  about  the third  hour,  others  standing  idle  in  the marketplace, 

Matthew 20:5
Literal: - And they went Again then having gone out about [the] sixth and ninth hour he did likewise
KJV: Again  he went out  about  the sixth  and  ninth  hour,  and did  likewise. 

Matthew 20:6
Literal: About then the eleventh having gone out he found others standing and he says to them Why here stand you all day idle
KJV: And  about  the eleventh  he went out,  and found  others  standing  idle,  and  saith  unto them,  Why  stand ye  here  all  the day  idle? 

Matthew 20:9
Literal: And having come those [hired] about the eleventh hour they received each a denarius
KJV: And  when they came  that were hired about  the eleventh  hour,  they received  every man  a penny. 

Matthew 20:24
Literal: And having heard [this] the ten were indignant about the two brothers
KJV: And  when the ten  heard  it, they were moved with indignation  against  the two  brethren. 

Matthew 21:45
Literal: And having heard the chief priests Pharisees the parables of Him they knew that about them He speaks
KJV: And  when the chief priests  and  Pharisees  had heard  his  parables,  they perceived  that  he spake  of  them. 

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 22:31
Literal: Concerning now the resurrection of the dead not have you read that which has been spoken to you by - God saying
KJV: But  as touching  the resurrection  of the dead,  not  read  that which  by  God,  saying, 

Matthew 22:42
Literal: saying What you think concerning the Christ Of whom son is He They say to Him - Of David
KJV: Saying,  What  think  of  Christ?  whose  son  They say  unto him,  The Son of David. 

Matthew 24:36
Literal: Concerning however the day that and hour no one knows not even the angels of the heavens nor the Son if not Father only
KJV: But  of  that  day  and  hour  knoweth  no  man, no, not  the angels  of heaven,  Father  only. 

Matthew 26:24
Literal: - Indeed the Son - of Man goes as it has been written about Him woe however - the man to that by whom the Son is betrayed Better would it be for him if not had been born man that
KJV: The Son  of man  goeth  as  it is written  of  him:  but  woe  unto that  man  by  whom  the Son  of man  is betrayed!  good  for that  man  if  he  not  been born. 

Matthew 26:28
Literal: This for is the blood of Me of the covenant - for many being poured out for forgiveness of sins
KJV: For  blood  testament,  which  is shed  for  many  for  the remission  of sins. 

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

Mark 1:6
Literal: And was - John clothed in hair of a camel a belt of leather around the waist of him he is eating locusts honey wild
KJV: John  clothed  with camel's  hair,  and  with a girdle  of a skin  about  his  loins;  and  he did eat  locusts  and  wild  honey; 

Mark 1:30
Literal: - and the mother-in-law of Simon was laying sick fevering And immediately they speak to Him about her
KJV: But  Simon's  wife's mother  lay  sick of a fever,  and  anon  they tell  him  of  her. 

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

Mark 3:8
Literal: and from Jerusalem - Idumea beyond the Jordan around Tyre Sidon A multitude great having heard how much He was doing came to Him
KJV: And  from  Jerusalem,  and  from  Idumaea,  and  from beyond  Jordan;  and  they about  Tyre  and  Sidon,  a great  multitude,  when they had heard  what great things  he did,  came  unto  him. 

Mark 3:32
Literal: And was sitting around Him a crowd they said to Him Behold the mother of You the brothers the sister outside are seeking You
KJV: And  the multitude  sat  about  him,  Behold,  mother  and  brethren  without  seek for 

Mark 3:34
Literal: And having looked around on those who around Him in a circle were sitting He says Behold the mother of Me the brothers
KJV: And  he looked  round about  on them which  sat  about  him,  and said,  mother  and  brethren! 

Mark 4:10
Literal: And when He was with alone began asking Him those around with the Twelve about the parable
KJV: when  he was  they that were about  him  with  the twelve  asked  of him  the parable. 

Mark 4:19
Literal: and the cares - of this age the deceit of the riches - of the other things desires entering in choke the word unfruitful it becomes
KJV: And  the cares  world,  and  the deceitfulness  of riches,  and  the lusts  of  other things  entering in,  choke  the word,  and  it becometh  unfruitful. 

Mark 5:16
Literal: And related to them those having seen [it] how it happened to the [one] being possessed by demons concerning the pigs
KJV: And  it told  them  how  it befell  to him that was possessed with the devil,  and  also concerning  the swine. 

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

Mark 6:48
Literal: And He having seen them straining in the rowing was for the wind contrary to them About [the] fourth watch of the night He comes to walking on the sea He was wishing to pass by them
KJV: And  them  toiling  in  rowing;  for  the wind  contrary  unto them:  and  about  the fourth  watch  of the night  he cometh  unto  them,  walking  upon  the sea,  and  would  have passed by  them. 

Mark 7:6
Literal: - And He said to them Rightly prophesied Isaiah concerning you - hypocrites as it has been written - This people with the lips Me honors - but the heart of them far away is kept from Me
KJV: and  said  unto them,  Well  hath Esaias  prophesied  of  hypocrites,  as  it is written,  This  people  honoureth  with their lips,  but  their  heart  is  far  from 

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

Mark 8:30
Literal: And He warned them that no one they should tell concerning Him
KJV: And  he charged  them  that  they should tell  no man  of  him. 

Mark 9:14
Literal: And having come to the disciples they saw a crowd great around them scribes arguing with them
KJV: And  when he came  to  his disciples,  a great  multitude  about  them,  and  the scribes  questioning  with them. 

Mark 9:42
Literal: And whoever - might cause to stumble one of the little ones these - believing in Me better it is for him rather if is put a millstone heavy around the neck of him he has been cast into the sea
KJV: And  whosoever  shall offend  one  of these little ones  that believe  in  better  for him  that  were hanged  about  his  neck,  and  he were cast  into  the sea. 

Mark 10:10
Literal: And in the house again the disciples concerning this were asking Him
KJV: And  the house  his  disciples  asked  him  again  of  the same 

Mark 10:41
Literal: And having heard [this] the ten began to be indignant about James John
KJV: And  when the ten  heard  it, they began  to be much displeased  with  James  and  John. 

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

Mark 12:26
Literal: Concerning now the dead that they rise not have you read in the book of Moses on the bush how spoke to him - God saying I [am] the of Abraham and the of Isaac of Jacob
KJV: And  as touching  the dead,  that  they rise:  not  read  in  the book  of Moses,  in  the bush  God  spake  unto him,  saying,  am the God  of Abraham,  and  the God  of Isaac,  and  the God  of Jacob? 

Mark 13:32
Literal: Concerning now the day that or hour no one knows not even the angels in heaven nor the Son if not Father
KJV: But  of  that  day  that hour  knoweth  no man,  no, not  the angels  which  are in  heaven,  neither  the Son,  the Father. 

Mark 14:21
Literal: For - indeed the Son - of Man goes as it has been written concerning Him woe however to the man that by whom the Son is betrayed better for him [it were] if not had been born man that
KJV: The Son  of man  indeed  goeth,  as  it is written  of  him:  but  woe  to that  man  by  whom  the Son  of man  is betrayed!  good  for that  man  if  he  never  been born. 

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 1:1
Literal: Inasmuch as many have undertaken to draw up a narration concerning the having been accomplished among us things
KJV: Forasmuch  as many  have taken in hand  to set forth in order  a declaration  of  those things  which are most surely believed  among 

Luke 1:4
Literal: so that you may know concerning which you were instructed [of the] things the certainty
KJV: That  thou mightest know  the certainty  of  those things,  wherein  thou hast been instructed. 

Luke 2:17
Literal: Having seen now they proclaimed abroad concerning the saying - having been told them Child this
KJV: And  the saying  which  was told  them  concerning  child. 

Luke 2:18
Literal: And all those having heard marveled concerning the things having been spoken by the shepherds to them
KJV: And  all  they that heard  it wondered  at  those things which  were told  them  by  the shepherds. 

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

Luke 2:33
Literal: And were the father of Him the mother marveling at the things having been spoken concerning Him
KJV: And  his  mother  at  those things which were spoken  of  him. 

Luke 2:38
Literal: And she at that hour having come up was giving praise - to God was speaking concerning Him to all those waiting for [the] redemption of Jerusalem
KJV: And  coming in  that  instant  gave thanks likewise  and  spake  of  him  to all  them that looked  for redemption  Jerusalem. 

Luke 3:15
Literal: Are expecting then the people and wondering all in the hearts of them concerning - John whether ever he might be the Christ
KJV: And  as the people  were in expectation,  and  all men  mused  in  their  hearts  of  John,  he  the Christ, 

Luke 3:19
Literal: - And Herod the tetrarch being reproved by him concerning Herodias the wife of the brother of him and all that had done [the] evils
KJV: But  Herod  the tetrarch,  being reproved  by  him  for  Herodias  his  brother  wife,  and  for  all  the evils  which  Herod  had done, 

Luke 4:10
Literal: It has been written for - To the angels of Him He will give orders concerning You - to guard You
KJV: For  it is written,  his  angels  charge  over  to keep 

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

Luke 4:37
Literal: And was spreading the report concerning Him into every place of the surrounding region
KJV: And  the fame  of  him  went out  into  every  place  of the country round about. 

Luke 4:38
Literal: Having risen up then out of the synagogue He entered into the house of Simon [The] mother-in-law - was oppressed with a fever great and they appealed to Him for her
KJV: And  he arose  the synagogue,  and entered  into  Simon's  house.  And  Simon's  wife's mother  taken with  a great  fever;  and  they besought  him  for  her. 

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

Luke 5:15
Literal: Was spread abroad now still more the report concerning Him and were coming crowds great to hear to be healed from the sicknesses of them
KJV: But  so much the more  a fame  abroad  of  him:  and  great  multitudes  came together  to hear,  and  to be healed  him  of  their  infirmities. 

Luke 6:28
Literal: bless those cursing you pray for those mistreating
KJV: Bless  them that curse  pray  them which despitefully use 

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

Luke 7:17
Literal: And went out the report this in all - Judea concerning Him in all the surrounding region
KJV: And  this  rumour  of  him  went forth  throughout  all  Judaea,  and  throughout  all  the region round about. 

Luke 7:18
Literal: And brought word to John the disciples of him concerning all these things
KJV: And  the disciples  of John  shewed  him  of  all 

Luke 7:24
Literal: Having departed then the messengers of John He began to speak to the crowds concerning John What have you gone out into the wilderness to see A reed by [the] wind shaken
KJV: And  when the messengers  of John  were departed,  he began  to speak  unto  the people  concerning  John,  What  went ye out  into  the wilderness  for to see?  A reed  shaken  with  the wind? 

Luke 7:27
Literal: This is he concerning whom it has been written Behold I send the messenger of Me before [the] face of you who will prepare the way before You
KJV: This  he, of  whom  it is written,  Behold,  send  messenger  before  face,  which  shall prepare  way  before 

Luke 9:9
Literal: Said then - Herod John I beheaded who however is this concerning whom I hear such things And he was seeking to see Him
KJV: And  Herod  said,  John  beheaded:  but  who  this,  of  whom  hear  such things?  And  he desired  him. 

Luke 9:11
Literal: The now crowds having known [it] followed Him and having received them He was speaking to them concerning the kingdom - of God those need having of healing He was healing
KJV: And  the people,  when they knew  it, followed  him:  and  them,  and spake  unto them  of  the kingdom  of God,  and  healed  them that had  need  of healing. 

Luke 9:45
Literal: - But they understand not the saying this and it was veiled from them that not they should understand it they were afraid to ask Him concerning the saying this
KJV: But  they understood not  saying,  and  hid  from  them,  they perceived  it  and  they feared  to ask  him  of  saying. 

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

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

Luke 11:53
Literal: From there having gone forth of Him began the scribes and Pharisees urgently to press upon [Him] to make speak Him about many things
KJV: as he  the scribes  and  the Pharisees  began  to urge  him vehemently,  and  him  to speak  of  many things: 

Luke 12:26
Literal: If then not even [the] least you are able [to do] why about the rest are you anxious
KJV: If  ye then  able to do  that thing which is least,  why  take ye thought  for  the rest? 

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

Luke 16:2
Literal: And having called him he said to him What [is] this I hear concerning you Give the account of the stewardship of you not for you are able any longer to manage
KJV: And  he called  him,  and said  unto him,  How  is it that I hear  of  give  an account  stewardship;  for  thou mayest be  no  longer  steward. 

Luke 17:2
Literal: It is better for him if a stone of a mill is hung around the neck of him and he is thrown into the sea than that he should cause to stumble - little of these one
KJV: It were better  for him  that  were hanged  about  his  neck,  and  he cast  into  the sea,  than  that  he should offend  one  little ones. 

Luke 19:37
Literal: Drawing near then of Him already at the descent of the Mount - of Olives began all the multitude of the disciples rejoicing to praise - God in a voice loud for all which they had seen [the] mighty works
KJV: And when he  was come nigh,  even  now  at  the descent  of the mount  of Olives,  the whole  multitude  of the disciples  began  to rejoice  and praise  God  with a loud  voice  for  all  the mighty works  that 

Luke 21:5
Literal: And as some were speaking about the temple that with stones goodly and consecrated gifts it was adorned He said
KJV: And  as some  spake  of  the temple,  how  it was adorned  with goodly  stones  and  gifts,  he said, 

Luke 22:32
Literal: I however begged for you that not may fail the faith of you and you when you have turned back strengthen the brothers
KJV: But  have prayed  for  faith  fail  and  when  thou  art converted,  strengthen  brethren. 

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

Luke 23:8
Literal: - And Herod having seen - Jesus [was] glad exceedingly he was for of a long time wishing to see Him because of - hearing concerning Him and he was hoping some sign by done
KJV: And  when Herod  Jesus,  he was exceeding  glad:  for  desirous  him  of  a long  season, because  he had heard  of  him;  and  he hoped  some  miracle  done  by  him. 

Luke 24:4
Literal: And it came to pass while - are perplexed they about this that behold men two stood by them in garments dazzling
KJV: And  it came to pass,  as  they  thereabout,  behold,  two  men  stood by  them  in  shining 

Luke 24:14
Literal: and they were talking with one another about all - having taken place these things
KJV: And  they  talked  together  of  all  which had happened. 

Luke 24:19
Literal: And He said to them What things - And they said to Him The things concerning Jesus of Nazareth who was a man a prophet mighty in deed word before - God all the people
KJV: And  he said  unto them,  What things?  And  they said  unto him,  Concerning  Jesus  which  was  a prophet  mighty  in  deed  and  word  before  God  and  all  the people: 

Luke 24:27
Literal: And having begun from Moses all the Prophets He interpreted to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning Himself
KJV: And  beginning  at  Moses  and  all  the prophets,  he expounded  unto them  in  all  the scriptures  the things concerning  himself. 

Luke 24:44
Literal: He said now unto to them These [are] the words of me which I spoke to you still being with you that it behooves to be fulfilled all things - having been written in the law of Moses and the Prophets [the] Psalms concerning Me
KJV: And  he said  unto them,  These  are the words  which  I spake  unto  I was yet  with  that  all things  must  be fulfilled,  which  were written  in  the law  of Moses,  and  in the prophets,  and  in the psalms,  concerning 

John 1:7
Literal: He came as a witness that he might testify concerning the Light all might believe through him
KJV: The same  came  for  a witness,  to  bear witness  of  the Light,  that  all  men through  him  might believe. 

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

John 1:15
Literal: John witnesses concerning Him and he cried out saying This was He of whom I was saying The [One] after me coming precedence over me has because before He was
KJV: John  bare witness  of  him,  and  cried,  saying,  This  of whom  I spake,  He that cometh  after  is preferred  before  for  before 

John 1:22
Literal: They said therefore to him Who are you That an answer we might give to those having sent us what say you about yourself
KJV: Then  said they  unto him,  Who  that  we may give  an answer  to them that sent  What  sayest thou  of  thyself? 

John 1:47
Literal: Saw - Jesus - Nathanael coming to Him and He says concerning him Behold truly an Israelite in whom deceit not there is
KJV: Jesus  Nathanael  coming  to  him,  and  saith  of  him,  an Israelite  indeed,  in  whom  no  guile! 

John 2:21
Literal: He however was speaking concerning the temple of the body of Him
KJV: But  he  of  the temple  of his  body. 

John 2:25
Literal: and because no need He had that anyone should testify concerning the man He Himself for knew what was in the man
KJV: And  needed  not  that  any  should testify  of  man:  for  he  knew  what  in  man. 

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 5:31
Literal: If I bear witness concerning Myself the testimony of Me not is TRUE
KJV: If  bear witness  of  myself,  witness  not  true. 

John 5:32
Literal: Another it is - bearing witness concerning Me and I know that TRUE is the testimony which he bears witness
KJV: another  that beareth witness  of  and  I know  that  the witness  which  he witnesseth  of  true. 

John 5:36
Literal: I however have the testimony greater than that of John - For the works that has given Me the Father that I should complete them same the works which I do bear witness concerning Me that Father Me has sent
KJV: But  have  witness  than that of John:  for  the works  which  the Father  hath given  to  finish,  the same  works  that  do,  bear witness  of  that  the Father  hath sent 

John 5:37
Literal: And the [One] having sent Me [the] Father Himself has borne witness concerning Me Neither voice of Him at any time have You heard nor form have you seen
KJV: And  the Father  himself,  which hath sent  hath borne witness  of  neither  heard  his  voice  at any time,  nor  seen  his  shape. 

John 5:39
Literal: You diligently search the Scriptures for you think in them life eternal to have and these are they - bearing witness concerning Me
KJV: Search  the scriptures;  for  in  them  think  ye have  eternal  life:  and  they  which testify  of 

John 5:46
Literal: If for you were believing Moses you would have believed - Me concerning Me he wrote
KJV: For  had ye believed  Moses,  ye would have believed  for  he  wrote  of 

John 6:41
Literal: Were grumbling therefore the Jews about Him because He said I am the bread - having come down from - heaven
KJV: The Jews  then  murmured  at  him,  because  he said,  am  the bread  which  came down  from  heaven. 

John 6:61
Literal: Knowing however - Jesus in Himself that are grumbling about this the disciples of Him He said to them This you does offend
KJV: When  Jesus  knew  in  himself  that  his  disciples  murmured  at  he said  unto them,  offend 

John 7:7
Literal: Not is able the world to hate you Me however it hates because I bear witness concerning it that the works of it evil are
KJV: The world  cannot  hate  but  it hateth,  because  testify  of  it,  that  the works  thereof  evil. 

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

John 7:13
Literal: No one however publicly was speaking about Him because of the fear of the Jews
KJV: Howbeit  no man  spake  openly  of  him  for  fear  of the Jews. 

John 7:17
Literal: If anyone desires the will of Him to do he will know concerning the teaching whether from - God it is or I from Myself speak
KJV: If  any man  will  do  his  will,  he shall know  of  the doctrine,  whether  of  God,  or  whether I  speak  of  myself. 

John 7:32
Literal: Heard the Pharisees the crowd murmuring about Him these things and sent chief priests officers that they might seize Him
KJV: The Pharisees  heard  that the people  murmured  concerning  him;  and  the Pharisees  and  the chief priests  sent  officers  to  take  him. 

John 7:39
Literal: This now He said concerning the Spirit whom were about to receive those having believed in Him not yet [given] for was [the] Spirit because Jesus not yet was glorified
KJV: (But  spake he  of  the Spirit,  which  they that believe  on  him  should  receive:  for  Ghost  not yet  given; because  that Jesus  not yet  glorified.) 

John 8:13
Literal: Said therefore to Him the Pharisees You concerning Yourself are bearing witness the testimony of You not is TRUE
KJV: The Pharisees  therefore  said  unto him,  Thou  bearest record  of  thyself;  record  not  true. 

John 8:14
Literal: Answered Jesus and said to them Even if I am bearing witness concerning Myself TRUE is the testimony of Me because I know from where I came where I am going You however not know I come or
KJV: Jesus  answered  and  said  unto them,  Though  bear record  of  myself,  record  true:  for  I know  whence  I came,  and  whither  I go;  but  cannot  tell  whence  I come,  and  whither  I go. 

John 8:18
Literal: I am the [One] bearing witness concerning Myself and bears witness Me the having sent Me Father
KJV: am  one that bear witness  of  myself,  and  the Father  that sent  beareth witness  of 

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

John 8:46
Literal: Which of you convicts me concerning sin If [the] truth I speak because of why you not do believe Me
KJV: Which  of  convinceth  of  sin?  if  I say  the truth,  not  believe 

John 9:17
Literal: They say therefore to the blind [man] again What you say concerning Him for He opened of you the eyes - And he said - A prophet He is
KJV: They say  unto the blind man  again,  What  sayest  thou  of  him,  that  he hath opened  eyes?  He said,  a prophet. 

John 9:18
Literal: Not did believe then the Jews concerning him that he had been blind and had received sight until when they called the parents of him - having received sight
KJV: But  the Jews  not  believe  concerning  him,  that  blind,  and  received his sight,  until  they called  the parents  of him  that had received his sight. 

John 9:21
Literal: How however presently he sees not we know or who opened of him the eyes we know him ask age has He Concerning himself he will speak
KJV: But  by what means  now  seeth,  we know  not;  or  who  hath opened  his  eyes,  know  not:  he  is  of age;  ask  him:  shall speak  for 

John 10:13
Literal: because a hired servant he is and not is himself concerned to him about the sheep
KJV: The hireling  because  an hireling,  and  careth  not  for  the sheep. 

John 10:25
Literal: Answered them - Jesus I told you and not you believe The works that I do in the name of the Father of Me these bear witness concerning Me
KJV: Jesus  answered  them,  I told  and  ye believed  not:  the works  that  do  in  Father's  name,  bear witness  of 

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

John 10:41
Literal: And many came to Him were saying - John indeed sign did no everything however that said about this [man] TRUE was
KJV: And  many  resorted  unto  him,  and  John  did  no  miracle:  but  all things  that  John  spake  of  true. 

John 11:13
Literal: Had spoken however - Jesus of the death of him they thought that the rest - of sleep He speaks
KJV: Howbeit  Jesus  spake  of  his  death:  but  they  thought  that  he had spoken  of  taking of rest  in sleep. 

John 11:19
Literal: Many now of the Jews had come unto - Martha and Mary that they might console them concerning the brother
KJV: And  many  of  the Jews  came  to  Martha  and  Mary,  to  comfort  them  concerning  their  brother. 

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

John 12:41
Literal: These things said Isaiah because he saw the glory of Him and spoke concerning Him
KJV: said  Esaias,  his  glory,  and  spake  of  him. 

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

John 13:22
Literal: Began to look upon one another the disciples being uncertain of whom He is speaking
KJV: the disciples  looked  one on another,  doubting  of  whom  he spake. 

John 13:24
Literal: Motions therefore to him Simon Peter and he tells him to ask who it is about whom He is speaking
KJV: Simon  Peter  therefore  beckoned  that he should ask  who  it should  of  whom  he spake. 

John 15:22
Literal: If not I had come and spoken to them sin not they would have had now however excuse they have for the sin of them
KJV: come  and  spoken  unto them,  not  had  sin:  but  now  they have  no  cloke  for  their  sin. 

John 15:26
Literal: When comes the Helper whom I will send to you from the Father the Spirit - of truth who Father goes forth He will bear witness concerning Me
KJV: when  the Comforter  is come,  whom  will send  from  the Father,  even the Spirit  of truth,  which  proceedeth  from  the Father,  he  shall testify  of 

John 16:8
Literal: And having come He will convict the world concerning sin righteousness judgment
KJV: And  when he is come,  he  will reprove  the world  of  sin,  and  of  righteousness,  and  of  judgment: 

John 16:9
Literal: concerning sin indeed because not do they believe in Me
KJV: Of  sin,  because  they believe  not  on 

John 16:10
Literal: concerning righteousness now because to the Father I go away and no more you behold Me
KJV: Of  righteousness,  because  I go  to  Father,  and  ye see  no more; 

John 16:11
Literal: concerning now judgment because the ruler of the world this has been judged
KJV: Of  judgment,  because  the prince  world  is judged. 

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

John 16:26
Literal: In that - day the name of Me you will ask and not I say to you that I will implore the Father for you
KJV: At  that  day  ye shall ask  in  name:  and  I say  not  that  will pray  the Father  for 

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

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

John 18:19
Literal: - Then the high priest questioned - Jesus concerning the disciples of Him and the teaching
KJV: The high priest  then  asked  Jesus  of  his  disciples,  and  of  his  doctrine. 

John 18:23
Literal: Answered him Jesus If evil I spoke bear witness concerning the evil however rightly why Me strike you
KJV: Jesus  answered  him,  If  I have spoken  evil,  bear witness  of  the evil:  but  if  well,  why  smitest 

John 18:34
Literal: Answered Jesus Of yourself you this say or others did say [it] to you concerning Me
KJV: Jesus  answered  Sayest  thou  of  or  did others  tell it  of 

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

John 21:24
Literal: This is the disciple - bearing witness concerning these things and the [one] having written these things we know that TRUE of him the testimony is
KJV: This  the disciple  which  testifieth  of  and  wrote  and  we know  that  his  testimony  true. 

Acts 1:1
Literal: The indeed first account I composed concerning all the things O Theophilus which began - Jesus to do both and to teach
KJV: The former  treatise  have I made,  Theophilus,  of  all  that  Jesus  began  both  to do  and  teach, 

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 1:16
Literal: Men brothers it was necessary for to have been fulfilled the Scripture which spoke beforehand the Spirit - Holy by [the] mouth of David concerning Judas the [one] having become guide to those having arrested Jesus
KJV: Men  and brethren,  scripture  must  needs have been fulfilled,  which  the Holy  Ghost  by  the mouth  of David  spake before  concerning  Judas,  which  was  guide  to them that took  Jesus. 

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 2:31
Literal: Having foreseen he spoke concerning the resurrection of the Christ that neither was He abandoned into Hades nor the flesh of Him saw decay
KJV: spake  of  the resurrection  of Christ,  that  his  in  hell,  his  flesh  corruption. 

Acts 5:24
Literal: When now they heard the words these - both the captain of the temple and the chief priests were perplexed concerning them what - might be this
KJV: Now  when  and  the captain  of the temple  and  the chief priests  heard  things,  they doubted  of  them  whereunto  would grow. 

Acts 7:52
Literal: Which of the prophets not did persecute the fathers of you And they killed those having foretold about the coming of the Righteous One of whom now you betrayers murderers have become
KJV: Which  of the prophets  not  fathers  persecuted?  and  they have slain  them which  shewed before  of  the coming  of the Just One;  of whom  have been  now  the betrayers  and  murderers: 

Acts 8:12
Literal: When however they believed - Philip proclaiming the gospel concerning the kingdom - of God and the name of Jesus Christ they were baptized men both women
KJV: But  when  they believed  Philip  preaching  the things concerning  the kingdom  of God,  and  the name  of Jesus  Christ,  they were baptized,  both  men  and  women. 

Acts 8:15
Literal: who having come down prayed for them that they might receive [the] Spirit Holy
KJV: Who,  when they were come down,  prayed  for  them,  that  they might receive  the Holy  Ghost: 

Acts 8:34
Literal: Answering now the eunuch - to Philip said I pray you concerning whom prophet says this himself or other some
KJV: And  the eunuch  answered  Philip,  and said,  I pray  of  whom  speaketh  the prophet  of  himself,  or  of  some  other man? 

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

Acts 10:3
Literal: He saw in a vision clearly as if about hour the ninth of the day an angel - of God having come to him and having said to him Cornelius
KJV: in  a vision  evidently  about  the ninth  hour  of the day  an angel  of God  coming in  to  him,  and  saying  unto him,  Cornelius. 

Acts 10:9
Literal: On the now next day as are journeying these and the city approaching went up Peter on the housetop to pray about hour the sixth
KJV: On the morrow,  as they  went on their journey,  and  drew nigh  unto the city,  Peter  went up  upon  the housetop  to pray  about  the sixth  hour: 

Acts 10:19
Literal: - And of Peter thinking over the vision said to him the Spirit Behold men three are seeking you
KJV: While  Peter  thought  on  the vision,  the Spirit  said  unto him,  Behold,  three  men  seek 

Acts 11:22
Literal: Was heard now the report in the ears of the church - being in Jerusalem concerning them and they sent forth Barnabas to go as far as Antioch
KJV: Then  tidings  of  these things  came  unto  the ears  of the church  which  was in  and  they sent forth  Barnabas,  that he should go  as far as  Antioch. 

Acts 12:5
Literal: - Indeed therefore Peter was kept in the prison prayer however was fervent being made by the church to - God concerning him
KJV: Peter  therefore  was kept  in  prison:  but  prayer  made  of  the church  unto  God  him. 

Acts 13:13
Literal: Having sailed then from - Paphos [with] those around [him] Paul came to Perga of Pamphylia John however having departed from them returned Jerusalem
KJV: Now  when Paul  and his company  loosed  from  Paphos,  they came  to  Perga  in Pamphylia:  and  John  departing  from  them  returned  to  Jerusalem. 

Acts 13:29
Literal: When then they had finished all the things about Him having been written having taken [Him] down from the tree they put [Him] in a tomb
KJV: And  when  they had fulfilled  that was written  of  him,  they took him down  from  the tree,  and laid  him in  a sepulchre. 

Acts 15:2
Literal: Having been brought about then commotion and discussion no small - by Paul Barnabas with them they appointed to go up Paul Barnabas and certain others out from them to the apostles elders to Jerusalem about the question this
KJV: Paul  and  Barnabas  had  no  small  dissension  and  with  them,  they determined  that Paul  and  Barnabas,  and  certain  other  of  them,  should go up  to  Jerusalem  unto  the apostles  and  elders  about  question. 

Acts 15:6
Literal: Were gathered together then the apostles and elders to see about the matter this
KJV: the apostles  and  elders  came together  of  matter. 

Acts 17:32
Literal: Having heard of now a resurrection of [the] dead some indeed began to mock [him] however said We will hear you concerning this also again
KJV: And  when they heard  of the resurrection  of the dead,  some  mocked:  and  others said,  We will hear  again  of 

Acts 18:15
Literal: if however a question it is about a word and names law - in reference to your you will see [to it] yourselves a judge I of these things not resolve to be
KJV: But  if  a question  of  words  and  names,  and  of  law,  will be  no  judge 

Acts 18:25
Literal: He was instructed in the way of the Lord And being fervent - in spirit he was speaking was teaching earnestly the things concerning - Jesus knowing only the baptism of John
KJV: This man  instructed in  the way  of the Lord;  and  being fervent  in the spirit,  he spake  and  taught  diligently  the things of  the Lord,  knowing  only  the baptism  of John. 

Acts 19:8
Literal: Having entered then into the synagogue he was speaking boldly for months three reasoning and persuading - concerning the kingdom - of God
KJV: And  he went  into  the synagogue,  and spake boldly  for the space  of three  months,  disputing  and  persuading  the things concerning  the kingdom  of God. 

Acts 19:23
Literal: Arose now at the time same a disturbance not small concerning the Way
KJV: And  the same  time  there arose  no  small  stir  about  that way. 

Acts 19:25
Literal: whom having brought together also the in such things workmen he said Men you know that from this - business the wealth of us is
KJV: Whom  he called together  with the workmen  of  like occupation,  and  said,  Sirs,  ye know  that  by  craft  wealth. 

Acts 19:40
Literal: And for we are in danger of being accused of insurrection in regard to - this day not one cause there existing concerning which not we will be able to give a reason for the commotion this
KJV: For  we are in danger  to be called in question  for  this day's  uproar,  there being  no  whereby  we may  give  an account  concourse. 

Acts 21:21
Literal: They have been informed now about you that apostasy you teach from Moses those among the Gentiles all Jews telling not to circumcise them children nor in the customs to walk
KJV: And  they are informed  of  that  thou teachest  all  the Jews  which are among  the Gentiles  to  forsake  Moses,  saying  that they  not  to circumcise  their children,  neither  to walk  after the customs. 

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

Acts 21:25
Literal: Concerning now those having believed of the Gentiles we wrote having adjudged to keep from them the things both sacrificed to idols and blood what is strangled sexual immorality
KJV: As  touching  the Gentiles  which believe,  have written  and concluded  that they  that they keep  themselves  from  things offered to idols,  and  from blood,  and  from strangled,  and  from fornication. 

Acts 22:6
Literal: It happened however to me journeying and drawing near - to Damascus about noon suddenly out of - heaven shone a light great around me
KJV: And  it came to pass,  journey,  and  was come nigh  unto Damascus  about  noon,  suddenly  from  heaven  a great  light  round  about 

Acts 22:10
Literal: I said then What shall I do Lord - And the Lord said to me Having risen up go to Damascus and there you it will be told concerning all things that it has been appointed to do
KJV: And  I said,  What  shall I do,  Lord?  And  the Lord  said  unto  Arise,  and go  into  Damascus;  and there  it shall be told  of  all things  which  are appointed  to do. 

Acts 22:18
Literal: and saw Him saying to me Make haste go away with speed out of Jerusalem because not they will receive your testimony about Me
KJV: And  him  saying  Make haste,  and  get thee  quickly  out of  Jerusalem:  for  not  receive  testimony  concerning 

Acts 23:6
Literal: Having known then - Paul that the one part consists of Sadducees - but the other of Pharisees he began crying out in the Council Men brothers I a Pharisee am [the] son of a Pharisee concerning [the] hope and resurrection of [the] dead I am judged
KJV: But  when Paul  perceived  that  the one  part  Sadducees,  and  the other  Pharisees,  he cried out  in  the council,  Men  and brethren,  am  a Pharisee,  the son  of a Pharisee:  of  the hope  and  resurrection  of the dead  am called in question. 

Acts 23:11
Literal: - But the following night having stood by him the Lord said Take courage as for you have fully testified - about Me at Jerusalem so you it behooves also in Rome to testify
KJV: And  the night  following  the Lord  stood by  him,  and said,  Be of good cheer,  for  as  thou hast testified  of  in  Jerusalem,  so  must  bear witness  also  at  Rome. 

Acts 23:15
Literal: Now therefore you make a report to the commander along with the Council so that he might bring down him to you as being about to examine more earnestly the things about him we then before - drawing near his ready are to kill him
KJV: Now  therefore  with  the council  signify  to the chief captain  that  him  down  as  though ye would  enquire  concerning  him:  and  or ever  he  come near,  ready  to kill  him. 

Acts 23:20
Literal: He said then - The Jews have agreed - to ask you that tomorrow - Paul you might bring down into the Council as being about something more earnestly to inquire about him
KJV: And  he said,  The Jews  have agreed  to desire  that  thou wouldest bring down  Paul  to morrow  into  the council,  as  though they would  enquire  somewhat  of  him 

Acts 23:29
Literal: whom I found being accused concerning questions of the law of them no however worthy of death or of chains having accusation
KJV: Whom  I perceived  to be accused  of  questions  of their  law,  but  to have  nothing  laid to his charge  worthy  of death  or  of bonds. 

Acts 24:8
Literal: Commanding the accusers of him to come to you From him you will be able yourself having examined [him] concerning all these things to know of which we accuse him
KJV: Commanding  his  accusers  to come  unto  by examining  of  whom  thyself  mayest  take knowledge  of  all  whereof  accuse  him. 

Acts 24:10
Literal: Answered then - Paul having made a sign to him the governor to speak For many years as being you judge to nation this knowing cheerfully to the things concerning myself I make a defense
KJV: Paul,  after that the governor  had beckoned  unto him  to speak,  answered,  Forasmuch as I know  of  many  years  a judge  nation,  the more cheerfully  answer  for  myself: 

Acts 24:13
Literal: Nor to prove are they able to you concerning [the things] of which now they accuse me
KJV: can  they prove  the things  whereof  accuse 

Acts 24:21
Literal: [other] than concerning one this voice which I cried out among them standing - [the] resurrection of [the] dead I am judged this day by you
KJV: Except  it be for  voice,  that  I cried  standing  among  them,  Touching  the resurrection  of the dead  am called in question  this day. 

Acts 24:22
Literal: Put off however them - Felix more precisely having knowledge of the things concerning the Way having said When Lysias the commander might have come down I will examine as to you
KJV: And  when Felix  knowledge  of  that way,  he deferred  them,  and said,  When  Lysias  the chief captain  shall come down,  I will know the uttermost  matter. 

Acts 24:24
Literal: After then days some having arrived - Felix with Drusilla the own wife being a Jewess he sent for - Paul and heard him concerning the in Christ Jesus faith
KJV: And  after  certain  days,  when Felix  came  with  his  wife  Drusilla,  a Jewess,  he sent for  Paul,  and  heard  him  concerning  the faith  in  Christ. 

Acts 24:25
Literal: Reasoning then he concerning righteousness and self-control the judgment - coming frightened having become - Felix answered For the present being go away opportunity having found I will call for you
KJV: And  as he  reasoned  of  righteousness,  temperance,  judgment  to come,  Felix  trembled,  and answered,  Go thy way  for this time;  when  I have  a convenient season,  I will call for 

Acts 25:9
Literal: - Festus however wishing on the Jews a favor to lay answering - Paul said Are you willing to Jerusalem having gone up there concerning these things to be judged before me
KJV: But  Festus,  willing  to do  the Jews  a pleasure,  answered  Paul,  and said,  Wilt thou  go up  to  Jerusalem,  and there  be judged  of  before 

Acts 25:15
Literal: concerning whom having been my in Jerusalem made a presentation the chief priests and elders of the Jews asking against him judgment
KJV: About  whom,  was  at  Jerusalem,  the chief priests  and  the elders  of the Jews  informed  me, desiring  against  him. 

Acts 25:16
Literal: to whom I answered that not it is [the] custom with Romans to give up any man before that the [one] being accused to face may have [it] the accusers [the] opportunity and of defense he may have concerning the accusation
KJV: To  whom  I answered,  not  the manner  of the Romans  to deliver  any  man  before  that  he which is accused  have  the accusers  face to face,  and have  licence  to answer for himself  concerning  the crime laid against him. 

Acts 25:18
Literal: concerning whom having stood up the accusers no charge were bringing of which I was expecting crimes
KJV: Against  whom  when the accusers  stood up,  none  accusation  of such things as  supposed: 

Acts 25:19
Literal: Questions however certain concerning the own religion they had against him and concerning a certain Jesus having been dead whom was affirming - Paul to be alive
KJV: But  had  certain  questions  against  him  of  their own  superstition,  and  of  one  Jesus,  which was dead,  whom  Paul  affirmed  to be alive. 

Acts 25:20
Literal: Being perplexed now I - concerning this inquiry was asking if he was willing to go to Jerusalem and there to be judged these things
KJV: And  because I  doubted  of  manner  of questions,  him whether  he would  go  to  and there  be judged  of 

Acts 25:24
Literal: And says - Festus Agrippa King and all the being present with us men you see this one concerning whom all the multitude of the Jews pleaded with me in both Jerusalem here crying out [that] not he ought of him to live no longer
KJV: And  Festus  said,  King  Agrippa,  and  all  men  which  are here present  ye see  about  whom  all  the multitude  of the Jews  have dealt  both  at  Jerusalem,  and  also here,  that he ought  not  to live  any longer. 

Acts 25:26
Literal: concerning whom definite anything to write to [my] lord not I have Therefore I have brought him before you all and especially before you King Agrippa so that the examination having taken place I might have something to write
KJV: Of  whom  I have  no  certain  thing  to write  unto my lord.  Wherefore  him  forth  before  and  specially  before  O king  Agrippa,  that,  after examination  had,  I might have  somewhat  to write. 

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

Acts 26:7
Literal: to which the twelve tribes of us in earnestness night and day serving hope to attain concerning which hope I am accused by the Jews O king
KJV: Unto  which  twelve tribes,  instantly  serving  God day  and  night,  hope  to come.  For  which  hope's sake,  king  I am accused  of  the Jews. 

Acts 26:26
Literal: Understands for concerning these things the king to whom also using boldness I speak Are hidden from him any of these things not I am persuaded none for is in a corner done of these things
KJV: For  the king  knoweth  of  things, before  whom  also  I speak  freely:  for  I am persuaded  that  none  are hidden  from him;  for  not  done  in  a corner. 

Acts 28:7
Literal: In now the [parts] around the place that were lands belonging to the chief of the island named Publius who having received us days three hospitably entertained [us]
KJV: In  the same  quarters  were  possessions  of the chief man  of the island,  whose name was  Publius;  who  received  and lodged us  three  days  courteously. 

Acts 28:15
Literal: And from there the brothers having heard the things concerning us came out to meet us as far as of Appius [the] market and [the] Three Taverns whom having seen - Paul having given thanks to God took courage
KJV: And from thence,  when the brethren  heard  of  to meet  as far as  Appii  forum,  and  The three  taverns:  whom  when Paul  he thanked  God,  and took  courage. 

Acts 28:21
Literal: - And to him they said We neither letters concerning you received from - Judea nor having arrived any of the brothers reported or said anything evil
KJV: And  they said  unto  him,  neither  received  letters  out of  Judaea  concerning  neither  any  of the brethren  that came  shewed  or  spake  any  harm  of 

Acts 28:22
Literal: We deem it worthy however from you to hear what you think concerning truly for the sect this known to us it is that everywhere it is spoken against
KJV: But  we desire  to hear  of  what  thou thinkest:  for  as concerning  sect,  that  every where  it is spoken against. 

Acts 28:23
Literal: Having appointed then him a day came to him to the lodging many to whom he expounded fully testifying to the kingdom - of God persuading then them concerning Jesus from both the law of Moses and the Prophets from morning to evening
KJV: And  when they had appointed  him  a day,  many  to  him  into  his lodging;  to whom  he expounded  and testified  the kingdom  of God,  persuading  them  concerning  Jesus,  both  out of  the law  of Moses,  and  out of the prophets,  from  morning  till  evening. 

Acts 28:31
Literal: proclaiming the kingdom - of God and teaching the things concerning the Lord Jesus Christ with all boldness unhinderedly
KJV: Preaching  the kingdom  of God,  and  teaching  those things which concern  the Lord  Jesus  Christ,  with  all  confidence,  no man forbidding him. 

Romans 1:3
Literal: concerning the Son of Him - having come of [the] seed of David according to flesh
KJV: Concerning  his  Son  which  was made  of  the seed  of David  according  to the flesh; 

Romans 1:8
Literal: First indeed I thank the God of me through Jesus Christ for all of you because the faith is being proclaimed in all world
KJV: First,  I thank  God  through  Jesus  Christ  all,  that  faith  is spoken  of throughout  the whole  world. 

Romans 8:3
Literal: - For powerless [being] the law in that it was weak through the flesh - God - of Himself Son having sent likeness of flesh of sin and for sin condemned - sin the flesh
KJV: For  what the law  could not do,  in  that  it was weak  through  the flesh,  God  sending  his own  Son  in  the likeness  of sinful  flesh,  and  for  sin,  condemned  sin  in  the flesh: 

Romans 14:12
Literal: So then each of us concerning himself account will give - to God
KJV: So  then  every one  shall give  account  of  himself  to God. 

Romans 15:14
Literal: I am persuaded now brothers of me also myself I concerning you that you yourselves full are of goodness being filled with all - knowledge being able one another to admonish
KJV: And  myself  also  am persuaded  of  brethren,  that  ye  also  full  of goodness,  filled  with all  knowledge,  able  also  to admonish  one another. 

Romans 15:21
Literal: Rather as it has been written They will see to whom not it was proclaimed concerning Him and those that have heard will understand
KJV: But  as  it is written,  To whom  he  not  spoken  of,  and  they  not  heard  shall understand. 

1 Corinthians 1:4
Literal: I thank the God of me always concerning you for the grace - of God - having been given you in Christ Jesus
KJV: I thank  God  always  behalf,  for  the grace  of God  which  is given  by  Jesus  Christ; 

1 Corinthians 1:11
Literal: It was shown for to me concerning you brothers of me by those of Chloe that quarrels among you there are
KJV: For  it hath been declared  of  brethren,  by  them which are of the house  of Chloe,  that  contentions  among 

1 Corinthians 7:1
Literal: Concerning now the things about which you wrote [It is] good for a man a woman not to touch
KJV: Now  concerning  the things whereof  ye wrote  It is good  for a man  not  to touch  a woman. 

1 Corinthians 7:25
Literal: Concerning now the virgins a commandment of [the] Lord not I have judgment however I give as having received mercy from [the] Lord trustworthy to be
KJV: Now  concerning  virgins  I have  no  commandment  of the Lord:  yet  I give  my judgment,  as  one that hath obtained mercy  of  the Lord  faithful. 

1 Corinthians 7:37
Literal: He who however stands in the heart of him firm not having necessity authority having over the own will and this has judged own to keep - the virgin well he will do
KJV: Nevertheless  he  that standeth  stedfast  in  his heart,  having  no  necessity,  but  hath  power  over  his own  will,  and  decreed  in  his  heart  that he will keep  his  virgin,  doeth  well. 

1 Corinthians 8:1
Literal: Concerning now the things sacrificed to idols we know indeed all knowledge we have - Knowledge puffs up but love builds up
KJV: Now  as touching  things offered unto idols,  we know  that  we all  have  knowledge.  puffeth up,  but  charity  edifieth. 

1 Corinthians 8:4
Literal: Concerning the eating therefore of the things sacrificed to idols we know that nothing an idol [is] in [the] world and that [there is] no God if not one
KJV: As concerning  therefore  the eating  of those things that are offered in sacrifice unto idols,  we know  that  an idol  is nothing  in  the world,  and  that  there is none  God  one. 

1 Corinthians 12:1
Literal: Concerning now - spiritual [gifts] brothers not I do want you to be ignorant
KJV: Now  concerning  spiritual  gifts, brethren,  not  have  ignorant. 

1 Corinthians 16:1
Literal: Concerning now the collection which [is] for the saints as I have directed the churches - of Galatia so also you are to do
KJV: Now  concerning  the collection  for  the saints,  as  I have given order  to the churches  of Galatia,  even  so  do 

1 Corinthians 16:12
Literal: Concerning now Apollos the brother greatly I exhorted him that he should go to you with the brothers and at all not was [his] will now he should come he will come however when he shall have opportunity
KJV: As  touching  our brother  Apollos,  greatly  desired  him  to  come  unto  with  the brethren:  but  his will  not  at all  to  come  at this  time; but  he will come  when  he shall have convenient time. 

2 Corinthians 9:1
Literal: Concerning now for the service - for the saints superfluous for me it is - to write to you
KJV: For  as  touching  the ministering  to  the saints,  superfluous  to write 

2 Corinthians 10:8
Literal: If even for more abundantly somewhat I should boast concerning the authority of us which has given [us] the Lord for building [you] up and not tearing down you I will be ashamed
KJV: For  though  I should boast  somewhat  of  authority,  which  the Lord  hath given  for  edification,  and  not  for  destruction,  not  be ashamed: 

Ephesians 6:18
Literal: through all prayer and supplication praying in every season [the] Spirit unto this very thing watching with all perseverance supplication for all - saints
KJV: Praying  always  with  all  prayer  and  supplication  in  the Spirit,  and  watching  thereunto  with  all  perseverance  and  supplication  for  all  saints; 

Ephesians 6:22
Literal: whom I have sent to you for this very purpose that you may know the things concerning us and he may encourage the hearts of you
KJV: Whom  I have sent  unto  for  the same  that  ye might know  affairs,  and  that he might comfort  hearts. 

Philippians 1:27
Literal: Only worthily of the gospel - of Christ conduct yourselves so that whether having come and having seen you or being absent I might hear the things concerning you that you are standing firm in one spirit with one mind striving together for the faith
KJV: Only  let your conversation be  as it becometh  the gospel  of Christ:  that  whether  I come  and  or  else be absent,  I may hear  affairs,  that  ye stand fast  in  one  spirit,  mind  striving together  for the faith  of the gospel; 

Philippians 2:19
Literal: I hope however in [the] Lord Jesus Timothy soon to send to you that I also may be encouraged having known the things concerning you
KJV: But  I trust  in  the Lord  Jesus  to send  Timotheus  shortly  that  I also  may be of good comfort,  when I know  state. 

Philippians 2:20
Literal: No one for I have like-minded who genuinely the things relative to you will care for
KJV: For  I have  no man  likeminded,  who  will naturally  care  state. 

Philippians 2:23
Literal: Him indeed therefore I hope to send when - I shall have seen the things concerning me immediately
KJV: Him  therefore  I hope  to send  presently,  so soon as  how 

Colossians 1:3
Literal: We give thanks to the God [and] Father of the Lord of us Jesus Christ continually for you praying
KJV: We give thanks  to God  the Father  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  praying  always  for 

Colossians 4:3
Literal: praying at the same time also for us that - God may open to us a door for the word to declare the mystery - of Christ on account of which I have been bound
KJV: Withal  praying  also  for  that  God  would open  a door  of utterance,  to speak  the mystery  of Christ,  for  which  also  in bonds: 

Colossians 4:8
Literal: whom I sent to you for this very purpose that you might know the things concerning us and he may encourage the hearts of you
KJV: Whom  I have sent  unto  for  the same  that  he might know  estate,  and  comfort  hearts; 

Colossians 4:10
Literal: Greets you Aristarchus the fellow prisoner of me and Mark cousin of Barnabas concerning whom you have received instructions if he comes to welcome him
KJV: Aristarchus  fellowprisoner  saluteth  and  Marcus,  sister's son  to Barnabas,  (touching  whom  ye received  commandments:  if  he come  unto  receive  him;) 

1 Thessalonians 1:2
Literal: We give thanks to God always concerning all of you mention making in the prayers of us
KJV: We give thanks  to God  always  for  all,  making  mention  in  prayers; 

1 Thessalonians 1:9
Literal: They themselves for concerning us report what reception we had from you and how you turned to - God from - idols to serve [the] God living TRUE
KJV: For  themselves  shew  of  what manner  of entering in  we had  unto  and  how  ye turned  to  God  from  idols  to serve  the living  and  true  God; 

1 Thessalonians 3:9
Literal: What for thanksgiving are we able - to God to give concerning you in return for all the joy that we rejoice because of you before the God of us
KJV: For  what  thanks  can we  to God  again  for  for  all  the joy  wherewith  we joy  for  before  God; 

1 Thessalonians 4:6
Literal: - not to go beyond and to overreach in the matter the brother of him because avenging [is] [the] Lord concerning all these things just as also we told before you thoroughly warned
KJV: That no  man go beyond  and  defraud  his  brother  in  any matter:  because  that the Lord  is the avenger  of  all  as  also  testified. 

1 Thessalonians 4:9
Literal: Concerning now - brotherly love no need you have [for me] to write to you yourselves for you taught by God are in order - to love one another
KJV: But  as touching  brotherly love  ye need  not  that I write  for  yourselves  taught of God  to  love  one another. 

1 Thessalonians 4:13
Literal: Not we do want but you to be ignorant brothers concerning those having fallen asleep so that not you should be grieved just as also the rest those having hope
KJV: But  not  have  to be ignorant,  brethren,  concerning  them which are asleep,  ye sorrow  even  as  others  which  have  no  hope. 

1 Thessalonians 5:1
Literal: Concerning now the times and seasons brothers no need you have to you to be written
KJV: But  of  the times  and  the seasons,  brethren,  ye have  no  need  that I write 

1 Thessalonians 5:10
Literal: the [One] having died for us so that whether we might watch or we might sleep together with Him we may live
KJV: Who  died  that,  whether  we wake  or  sleep,  we should live  together  with  him. 

1 Thessalonians 5:25
Literal: Brothers pray also for us
KJV: Brethren,  pray  for 

2 Thessalonians 1:3
Literal: To thank we ought - God always concerning you brothers just as fitting it is because is increasing exceedingly the faith of you and is abounding love of one each of all to one another
KJV: We are bound  to thank  God  always  for  brethren,  as  meet,  because  faith  groweth exceedingly,  and  the charity  of every  one  all  toward  each other  aboundeth; 

2 Thessalonians 1:11
Literal: for which also we pray always for you that you He may count worthy of the calling of the God of us and He may fulfill every good pleasure of goodness work of faith with power
KJV: Wherefore  also  we pray  always  for  that  God  worthy  of this calling,  and  fulfil  all  the good pleasure  of his goodness,  and  the work  of faith  with  power: 

2 Thessalonians 2:13
Literal: We however ought to give thanks - to God always concerning you brothers beloved by [the] Lord that has chosen you - God from [the] beginning unto salvation in [the] sanctification of [the] Spirit and [by] faith of [the] truth
KJV: But  are bound  to give thanks  alway  to God  for  brethren  beloved  of  the Lord,  because  God  from  the beginning  chosen  to  salvation  through  sanctification  of the Spirit  and  belief  of the truth: 

2 Thessalonians 3:1
Literal: - Finally pray brothers for us that the word of the Lord may spread quickly and may be glorified just as also with you
KJV: Finally,  brethren,  pray  for  that  the word  of the Lord  may have free course,  and  be glorified,  even  as  it is with 

1 Timothy 1:7
Literal: desiring to be teachers of the Law not understanding neither what they are saying nor [that] about which they confidently assert
KJV: Desiring  teachers of the law;  understanding  neither  what  they say,  nor  whereof  they affirm. 

1 Timothy 1:19
Literal: holding faith and a good conscience which some having cast away concerning the have caused a shipwreck
KJV: Holding  faith,  and  a good  conscience;  which  some  having put away  concerning  faith  have made shipwreck: 

1 Timothy 6:4
Literal: he is puffed up nothing knowing but unhealthy about controversies and disputes about words out of which come envy strife slander suspicions evil
KJV: He is proud,  knowing  nothing,  but  doting  about  questions  and  strifes of words,  whereof  cometh  envy,  strife,  railings,  evil  surmisings, 

1 Timothy 6:21
Literal: which some professing from the faith have gone astray - Grace [be] with you all Amen
KJV: Which  some  professing  have erred  concerning  the faith.  Grace  be with  Amen. 

2 Timothy 1:3
Literal: Thankful I am - to God whom I serve from [my] forefathers with a pure conscience as unceasingly I have the of you remembrance in the prayers of me night and day
KJV: I thank  God,  whom  I serve  from  my forefathers  with  pure  conscience,  that  without ceasing  I have  remembrance  of  in  prayers  night  and  day; 

2 Timothy 2:18
Literal: who concerning the truth have gone astray asserting the resurrection already to have taken place and they are overthrowing the of some faith
KJV: Who  concerning  the truth  have erred,  saying  that the resurrection  is past  already;  and  overthrow  the faith  of some. 

2 Timothy 3:8
Literal: By which way now Jannes and Jambres opposed Moses so also these oppose the truth men being depraved - in mind disqualified regarding the faith
KJV: Now  as  Jannes  and  Jambres  withstood  Moses,  so  these  also  resist  the truth:  men  of corrupt  minds,  reprobate  concerning  the faith. 

Titus 2:7
Literal: In all things yourself be holding forth [as] a pattern of good works in the teaching integrity dignity
KJV: In  all things  shewing  thyself  a pattern  of good  works:  in  doctrine  gravity,  sincerity, 

Titus 2:8
Literal: speech sound beyond reproach so that he who is of the contrary may be ashamed nothing having to say concerning us evil
KJV: Sound  speech,  that cannot be condemned;  that  he that is of  the contrary part  may be ashamed,  having  evil  thing  to say  of 

Titus 3:8
Literal: Trustworthy [is] the saying and concerning these things I want you to affirm strongly so that may take care good works to be devoted to those believing God These things are excellent profitable - to men
KJV: This is a faithful  saying,  and  these things  I will  affirm constantly,  that  they which have believed  in God  might be careful  to maintain  good  works.  good  and  profitable  unto men. 

Philemon 1:10
Literal: I exhort you for - my child whom I have begotten in - chains Onesimus
KJV: I beseech  for  my  son  Onesimus,  whom  I have begotten  in  bonds: 

Hebrews 2:5
Literal: Not for to angels did He subject the world that is coming of which we are speaking
KJV: For  unto the angels  not  put in subjection  the world  to come,  whereof  we speak. 

Hebrews 4:4
Literal: He has spoken for somewhere concerning the seventh [day] in this way And rested - God on the day - seventh from all the works of Him
KJV: For  he spake  in a certain place  of  the seventh  day on this wise,  And  God  did rest  the seventh  day  from  all  his  works. 

Hebrews 4:8
Literal: If for to them Joshua had given rest not - about another He would have spoken after this day
KJV: For  if  Jesus  them  rest,  then would he  not  afterward  have spoken  of  another  day. 

Hebrews 5:3
Literal: and because of this he is obligated just as for the people so also himself to offer sacrifices sins
KJV: And  by reason  he ought,  as  for  the people,  so  also  for  to offer  sins. 

Hebrews 5:11
Literal: Concerning this [there is] much from us - speech and difficult in interpretation to speak since sluggish you have become in the hearings
KJV: Of  whom  many things  to say,  and  hard  to be uttered,  seeing  ye are  dull  of hearing. 

Hebrews 6:9
Literal: We are persuaded however concerning you beloved of better [things] and [things] accompanying salvation if even like this we speak
KJV: But,  beloved,  we are persuaded  of  and  things that accompany  salvation,  thus  speak. 

Hebrews 7:14
Literal: [It is] evident for that out of Judah has sprung the Lord of us as to which a tribe concerning priests nothing Moses spoke
KJV: For  it is evident  that  Lord  sprang  out of  of  which  tribe  Moses  spake  nothing  concerning 

Hebrews 9:5
Literal: Above then it [were the] cherubim of glory overshadowing the mercy seat concerning which not it is now [the time] to speak in detail
KJV: And  over  it  the cherubims  of glory  shadowing  the mercyseat;  of  which  we cannot  now  speak  particularly. 

Hebrews 10:6
Literal: Burnt offerings and [offerings] for sin not You have delighted in
KJV: In burnt offerings  and  sacrifices for  sin  no  pleasure. 

Hebrews 10:7
Literal: Then I said Behold I have come in [the] scroll of [the] book it is written of Me - to do - O God the will of You
KJV: Then  said I,  Lo,  I come  (in  the volume  of the book  it is written  of  to do  will,  O God. 

Hebrews 10:8
Literal: Above saying - Sacrifice and offering burnt offerings [offerings] for sin not You have desired nor have You delighted in which according to [the] Law are offered
KJV: Above  when he said,  Sacrifice  and  offering  and  burnt offerings  and  offering for  sin  thou wouldest  not,  neither  hadst pleasure  therein; which  are offered  by  the law; 

Hebrews 10:18
Literal: Where now forgiveness of these [is] no longer [is there] an offering for sin
KJV: Now  where  remission  is, there is no more  offering  for  sin. 

Hebrews 10:26
Literal: [If] willingly for sin we after [we are] - to receive the knowledge of the truth no longer for sins remains a sacrifice
KJV: For  sin  wilfully  after  that we have received  the knowledge  of the truth,  there remaineth  no more  sacrifice  for  sins, 

Hebrews 11:7
Literal: By faith having been divinely instructed Noah concerning the things not yet seen having been moved with fear prepared an ark for [the] salvation of the household of him by which he condemned the world and of the according to faith righteousness [that is] he became heir
KJV: By faith  Noah,  being warned of God  of  seen  as yet,  moved with fear,  prepared  an ark  to  the saving  of his  house;  by  the which  he condemned  the world,  and  became  heir  of the righteousness  which is by  faith. 

Hebrews 11:20
Literal: By faith also concerning [the things] coming blessed Isaac - Jacob and Esau
KJV: By faith  Isaac  blessed  Jacob  and  Esau  concerning  things to come. 

Hebrews 11:22
Literal: By faith Joseph dying concerning the exodus of the sons of Israel made mention and the bones of him gave instructions
KJV: By faith  Joseph,  when he died,  made mention  of  the departing  of the children  of Israel;  and  gave commandment  concerning  his  bones. 

Hebrews 11:32
Literal: And what more shall I say Will fail me for telling the time of Gideon Barak Samson Jephthah David also Samuel the prophets
KJV: And  what  more  say?  for  the time  would fail  to tell  of  Gedeon,  and  of Barak,  and  of Samson,  and  of Jephthae;  of David  also,  and  Samuel,  and  of the prophets: 

Hebrews 11:40
Literal: - God for us better something having planned so that not apart from they should be made perfect
KJV: God  having provided  better  thing  for  without  be made perfect. 

Hebrews 13:11
Literal: Whose for is brought of animals the blood [as sacrifices] for sin into the holy places by the high priest of those the bodies are burned outside the camp
KJV: For  the bodies  beasts,  whose  blood  is brought  into  by  the high priest  for  sin,  are burned  without  the camp. 

Hebrews 13:18
Literal: Pray for us we are persuaded for that a good conscience we have in all things well desiring to conduct ourselves
KJV: Pray  for  for  we trust  we have  a good  conscience,  in  all things  willing  to live  honestly. 

1 Peter 1:10
Literal: Concerning this salvation sought out and searched out diligently [the] prophets - of the toward you grace having prophesied
KJV: Of  which  salvation  the prophets  have enquired  and  searched diligently,  who  prophesied  of  the grace  that should come unto 

1 Peter 3:15
Literal: [As] Lord however - Christ sanctify in the hearts of you ready always for a defense to everyone - asking you an account concerning the you hope yet with gentleness and fear
KJV: But  sanctify  the Lord  in  hearts:  and  be ready  always  to  give an answer  to every man  that asketh  a reason  of  the hope  that is in  with  meekness  and  fear: 

1 Peter 3:18
Literal: because also Christ once for sins suffered [the] righteous for [the] unrighteous so that you He might bring - to God having been put to death indeed in [the] flesh having been made alive however in [the] spirit
KJV: For  Christ  also  hath once  suffered  for  sins,  the just  for  the unjust,  that  he might bring  to God,  being put to death  in the flesh,  but  quickened  by the Spirit: 

1 Peter 5:7
Literal: all the anxiety of you having cast upon Him because with Him there is care about you
KJV: Casting  all  care  upon  him;  for  he  careth  for 

2 Peter 1:12
Literal: Therefore I will be ready always you to remind concerning these things though knowing [them] and having been strengthened in the being present [in you] truth
KJV: Wherefore  always  in remembrance  of  though  ye know  them, and  be established  in  the present  truth. 

2 Peter 3:16
Literal: as also in all the letters speaking them concerning these things among which are difficult to be understood some things which the ignorant and unestablished distort the other Scriptures to the own of them destruction
KJV: As  also  in  all  his epistles,  speaking  in  them  of  in  which  some things  hard to be understood,  which  they that are unlearned  and  unstable  wrest,  as  they do also  the other  scriptu