Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 4771

Word info for σύ

Root: σύ
Strongs Number: 4771
Transliteration: [su]
Phonetics: soo
Etymology: The person pronoun of the second person singular
Parts of Speech: pron.
Twot:
Sense: you (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:


   1 you.
   

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G4771

σου, σύ, σοι, ὑμῖν, ὑμᾶς, σοῦ, ὑμῶν, Ὑμεῖς, σε, ὑμεῖς, σὺ, σοί, Σὺ, Ὑμῖν, Ὑμῶν, σοὶ, σὲ›, σὲ, ‹σου›, Σοὶ, (σου), σέ, σου», ὑμεῖς⧽, σου〉, ὑμῖν», [ὑμῶν], σέ}, [ὑμᾶς], ‹σοι›, σου), ‹ὑμῶν›, σού

All words for strongs number G4771 :

Word Occurance
ὑμῖν 454
ὑμῶν 364
ὑμᾶς 322
σου 246
ὑμεῖς 150
σοι 117
σε 94
σὺ 84
Σὺ 40
σοῦ 36
Ὑμεῖς 31
σὲ 17
σοὶ 16
σύ 15
σοί 12
σέ 12
Ὑμῖν 7
Σοὶ 3
ὑμῖν» 2
σού 2
‹σου› 2
(σου) 1
σου» 1
ὑμεῖς⧽ 1
σου〉 1
Ὑμῶν 1
[ὑμῶν] 1
σέ} 1
[ὑμᾶς] 1
‹σοι› 1
σου) 1
‹ὑμῶν› 1
σὲ› 1

How strongs number G4771 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
you 1059
of you 446
to you 403
your 40
for you 25
of your 6
you [are] 6
yourselves 5
with you 5
yours 5
for yourselves 4
you all 3
among you 3
in you 2
from you 2
upon you 2
but for you 1
by you 1
toward you 1
[it is] for you 1
[to] you 1
[are] you 1
of you [how] 1
in your 1
over you 1
unto you 1
of yours 1
your own 1
you yourselves 1
yourself 1
but you 1
to all of you 1
you are 1
all of you 1
than you 1
of [us] 1
between you 1
through your 1

Two strong number together

G4771 G3754
G4771 G3754
G4771 G686
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Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 26:64 Thou hast said [συ ειπας]
This is a Greek affirmative reply. Mark (Mark 14:62) has it plainly, “I am” But this is not all that Jesus said to Caiaphas. He claims that the day will come when Jesus will be the Judge and Caiaphas the culprit using the prophetic language in Daniel 7:13 and Psalm 109:1. It was all that Caiaphas wanted. [source]
Matthew 27:4 See thou to it [συ οπσηι]
Judas made a belated confession of his sin in betraying innocent blood to the Sanhedrin, but not to God, nor to Jesus. The Sanhedrin ignore the innocent or righteous blood (αιμα ατωιον — haima athōion or δικαιον — dikaion) and tell Judas to look after his own guilt himself. They ignore also their own guilt in the matter. The use of συ οπσηι — su opsēi as a volitive future, an equivalent of the imperative, is commoner in Latin (tu videris) than in Greek, though the Koiné shows it also. The sentiment is that of Cain (Grotius, Bruce). [source]
Matthew 27:11 Art thou the King of the Jews? [Συ ει ο βασιλευς των Ιουδαιων]
This is what really mattered. Matthew does not give the charges made by the Sanhedrin (Luke 23:2) nor the private interview with Pilate (John 18:28-32). He could not ignore the accusation that Jesus claimed to be King of the Jews. Else he could be himself accused to Caesar for disloyalty. Rivals and pretenders were common all over the empire. So here was one more. By his answer (thou sayest) Jesus confesses that he is. So Pilate has a problem on his hands. What sort of a king does this one claim to be? Thou (συ — su) the King of the Jews? [source]
Mark 1:11 Thou art [συ ει]
So Luke 3:22. Matthew 3:17 has this is (ουτος εστιν — houtos estin) which see. So both Mark and Luke have “in thee,” while Matthew has “in whom.” [source]
Mark 8:29 Thou art the Christ [Συ ει ο Χριστος]
Mark does not give “the Son of the living God” (Matthew 16:16) or “of God” (Luke 9:20). The full confession is the form in Matthew. Luke‘s language means practically the same, while Mark‘s is the briefest. But the form in Mark really means the full idea. Mark omits all praise of Peter, probably because Peter had done so in his story of the incident. For criticism of the view that Matthew‘s narrative is due to ecclesiastical development and effort to justify ecclesiastical prerogatives, see discussion on Matthew 16:16, Matthew 16:18. The disciples had confessed him as Messiah before. Thus John 1:41; John 4:29; John 6:69; Matthew 14:33. But Jesus had ceased to use the word Messiah to avoid political complications and a revolutionary movement (John 6:14.). But did the disciples still believe in Jesus as Messiah after all the defections and oppositions seen by them? It was a serious test to which Jesus now put them. [source]
Mark 14:68 What thou sayest [συ τι λεγεις]
Can be understood as a direct question. Note position of thou Only here in the New Testament. Plato uses it of a prelude on a flute. It occurs also in the plural for preparations the day before the wedding. Here it means the vestibule to the court. Matthew 26:71 has πυλωνα — pulōna a common word for gate or front porch.And the cock crew Omitted by Aleph B L Sinaitic Syriac. It is genuine in Mark 14:72 where “the second time” (εκ δευτερου — ek deuterou) occurs also. It is possible that because of Mark 14:72 it crept into Mark 14:68. Mark alone alludes to the cock crowing twice, originally (Mark 14:30), and twice in Mark 14:72, besides Mark 14:68 which is hardly genuine. [source]
Mark 15:2 Art thou the King of the Jews? [Συ ει ο βασιλευς των Ιουδαιων]
This is the only one of the charges made by the Sanhedrin to Pilate (Luke 23:2) that he notices. He does not believe this one to be true, but he has to pay attention to it or be liable to charges himself of passing over a man accused of rivalry and revolution against Caesar. John 18:28-32 gives the interview with Jesus that convinces Pilate that he is a harmless religious fanatic. See Matthew 26:11. [source]
Mark 15:2 Thou sayest [συ λεγεις]
An affirmation, though in John 18:34-37 there is a second and fuller interview between Pilate and Jesus. “Here, as in the trial before the Sanhedrin, this is the one question that Jesus answers. It is the only question on which his own testimony is important and necessary” (Gould). The Jews were out on the pavement or sidewalk outside the palace while Pilate came out to them from above on the balcony (John 18:28.) and had his interviews with Jesus on the inside, calling Jesus thither (John 18:33). [source]
Luke 1:76 Yea and thou [και συ δε]
Direct address to the child with forecast of his life (cf. Luke 1:13-17). [source]
Luke 9:60 But go thou and publish abroad the kingdom of God [συ δε απελτων διαγγελλε την βασιλειαν του τεου]
The scribe‘s duty is put sharply Christ called him to preach, and he was using pious phrases about his father as a pretext. Many a preacher has had to face a similar delicate problem of duty to father, mother, brothers, sisters and the call to preach. This was a clear case. Jesus will help any man called to preach to see his duty. Certainly Jesus does not advocate renunciation of family duties on the part of preachers. [source]
Luke 10:37 Do thou [συ ποιει]
Emphasis on “thou.” Would this Jewish lawyer act the neighbour to a Samaritan? This parable of the Good Samaritan has built the world‘s hospitals and, if understood and practised, will remove race prejudice, national hatred and war, class jealousy. [source]
Luke 19:19 Be thou also over [και συ επανο γινου]
Present middle imperative. Keep on becoming over. There is no real reason for identifying this parable of the pounds with the parable of the talents in Matthew 25. The versatility of Jesus needs to be remembered by those who seek to flatten out everything. [source]
Luke 22:67 If thou art the Christ [Ει συ ει ο Χριστος]
The Messiah, they mean. The condition is the first class, assuming it to be true. [source]
Luke 22:70 Art thou the Son of God? [Συ ουν ει ο υιος του τεου]
Note how these three epithets are used as practical equivalents. They ask about “the Messiah.” Jesus affirms that he is the Son of Man and will sit at the right hand of the power of God. They take this to be a claim to be the Son of God (both humanity and deity). Jesus accepts the challenge and admits that he claims to be all three (Messiah, the Son of man, the Son of God). [source]
Luke 23:3 Thou sayest [συ λεγεις]
A real affirmative as in Luke 22:70. The Gospels all give Pilate‘s question about Jesus asking of the Jews in precisely the same words (Mark 15:2; Matthew 27:11; Luke 23:3; John 18:33). [source]
Luke 24:18 Dost thou alone sojourn? [συ μονος παροικεισ]
Μονος — Monos is predicate adjective. “Hast thou been dwelling alone (all by thyself)?” [source]
Luke 4:41 Thou art the Son of God [Συ ει ο υιος του τεου]
More definite statement of the deity of Jesus than the witness of the demoniac in the synagogue (Luke 4:34; Mark 1:24), like the words of the Father (Luke 3:22) and more so than the condition of the devil (Luke 4:3, Luke 4:9). In the Canterbury Revision “devils” should always be “demons” Imperfect third singular active of εαω — eaō very old and common verb with syllabic augment ει — ei The tense accents the continued refusal of Jesus to receive testimony to his person and work from demons. Cf. Matthew 8:4 to the lepers.Because they knew Causal, not declarative, οτι — hoti Past perfect of the second perfect οιδα — oida he was the Christ Infinitive in indirect assertion with the accusative of general reference. Τον Χριστον — Ton Christon = the Anointed, the Messiah. [source]
John 1:49 Thou art the Son of God [συ ει ο υιος του τεου]
Whether Nathanael had heard the Baptist say this of Jesus (John 1:34) we do not know, apparently not, but Nathanael was a student of the Old Testament as Philip implied (John 1:45) and was quick to put together his knowledge, the statement of Philip, and the manifest supernatural knowledge of Jesus as just shown. There is no reason for toning down the noble confession of Nathanael in the light of Christ‘s claim in John 1:51. Cf. the confession of Peter in John 6:69; Matthew 16:16 and Martha‘s in John 11:27. Nathanael goes further. Thou art King of Israel To us this seems an anti-climax, but not so to Nathanael for both are Messianic titles in Psalm 2:1-12 and Jesus is greeted in the Triumphal Entry as the King of Israel (John 12:13). [source]
John 4:12 Art thou [Μη συ ει]
Expecting a negative answer. Greater than our father Jacob Ablative case πατρος — patros after the comparative adjective μειζων — meizōn (positive μεγας — megas). The Samaritans claimed descent from Jacob through Joseph (tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh). Cattle Old word from τρεπω — trephō to nourish, nursling, child, flock, cattle. Only here in N.T. [source]
John 7:52 Art thou also of Galilee? [Μη και συ εκ της Γαλιλαιας ει]
Formally negative answer expected by μη — mē but really they mean to imply that Nicodemus from local feeling or prejudice has lined himself up with this Galilean mob That out of Galilee ariseth no prophet As a matter of fact Jonah, Hosea, Nahum, possibly also Elijah, Elisha, and Amos were from Galilee. It was simply the rage of the Sanhedrin against Jesus regardless of the facts. Westcott suggests that they may have reference to the future, but that is a mere excuse for them. [source]
John 8:25 Who art thou? [Συ τις ει]
Proleptic use of συ — su before τις — tis “Thou, who art thou?” Cf. John 1:19. He had virtually claimed to be the Messiah and on a par with God as in John 5:15. They wish to pin him down and to charge him with blasphemy. Even that which I have also spoken unto you from the beginning A difficult sentence. It is not clear whether it is an affirmation or a question. The Latin and Syriac versions treat it as affirmative. Westcott and Hort follow Meyer and take it as interrogative. The Greek fathers take it as an exclamation. It seems clear that the adverbial accusative την αρχην — tēn archēn cannot mean “from the beginning” like απ αρχης — ap' archēs (John 15:27) or εχ αρχης — ex archēs (John 16:4). The lxx has την αρχην — tēn archēn for “at the beginning” or “at the first” (Gen 43:20). There are examples in Greek, chiefly negative, where την αρχην — tēn archēn means “at all,” “essentially,” “primarily.” Vincent and Bernard so take it here, “Primarily what I am telling you.” Jesus avoids the term Messiah with its political connotations. He stands by his high claims already made. [source]
John 8:48 Thou art a Samaritan and hast a demon [Σαμαρειτης ει συ και δαιμονιον εχεις]
On the spur of the moment in their rage and fury they can think of no meaner things to say. They know, of course, that Jesus was not a Samaritan, but he had acted like a Samaritan in challenging their peculiar spiritual privileges (John 4:9, John 4:39). The charge of having a demon was an old one by the Pharisees (Matthew 12:24) and it is repeated later (John 10:20). [source]
John 8:53 Art thou greater than our father Abraham? [Μη συ μειζων ει του πατρος ημων Αβρααμ]
Negative answer expected by μη — mē with ablative case of comparison in πατρος — patros after μειζων — meizōn The question was designed to put Jesus in a difficult position, for Abraham and the prophets all “died.” They do not see that Jesus uses death in a different sense. Whom makest thou thyself? Σεαυτον — Seauton is predicate accusative with ποιεις — poieis They suspect that Jesus is guilty of blasphemy as they charged in John 5:18 in making himself equal with God. Later they will make it specifically (John 10:33; John 19:7). They set a trap for Jesus for this purpose. [source]
John 13:6 Lord, dost thou wash my feet? [Κυριε συ μου νιπτεις τους ποδασ]
Emphatic contrast in position of ποδας — su mou (away from podas), “Dost thou my feet wash?” “Peter, we may suppose, drew his feet up, as he spoke, in his impulsive humility” (Bernard). [source]
John 9:34 Thou wast altogether born in sin [εν αμαρτιαις συ εγεννητης ολος]
First aorist passive indicative of γενναω — gennaō “In sins thou wast begotten (or born) all of thee.” ολος — Holos is predicate nominative and teaches total depravity in this case beyond controversy, the Pharisees being judges. And dost thou teach us? The audacity of it all. Note emphasis on συ — su (thou). It was insufferable. He had not only taught the rabbis, but had utterly routed them in argument. And they cast him out Effective second aorist active indicative of εκβαλλω — ekballō intensified by the addition of εχω — exō Probably not yet expulsion from the synagogue (John 9:22) which required a formal meeting of the Sanhedrin, but certainly forcible driving of the gifted upstart from their presence. See note on John 6:37 for another use of εκβαλλω εχω — ekballō exō besides John 9:35. [source]
Acts 7:28 Wouldest thou kill me? [μη ανελειν με συ τελεις]
Expecting the answer no, but a thrust direct at Moses, Do you wish to kill me (note με συ — me su right together, me thou). See Exodus 2:14 quoted by Stephen. [source]
Acts 11:14 Whereby thou shalt be saved, thou and all thy house [εν οις σωτησηι συ και πας ο οικος σου]
Future passive indicative of σωζω — sōzō to save. Clearly Cornelius was unsaved in spite of his interest in Jewish worship. Clearly also the household of Cornelius would likewise be won to Christ by the words of Simon Peter. This is household conversion before the household baptism (Acts 10:48; Acts 11:17). [source]
Acts 22:27 Art thou a Roman? [Συ ομαιος ει]
(Συ ομαιος ει — Su Romaios ei̇). [source]
Acts 23:3 And sittest thou to judge me? [Και συ κατηι κρινων με]
Present active participle of παρανομεω — paranomeō old verb to act contrary to the law, here alone in the N.T., “acting contrary to the law.” [source]
Acts 23:21 Do not therefore yield unto them [Συ ουν μη πειστηις αυτοις]
First aorist passive subjunctive of πειτω — peithō common verb, here to be persuaded by, to listen to, to obey, to yield to. With negative and rightly. Do not yield to them (dative) at all. On the aorist subjunctive with μη — mē in prohibitions against committing an act see Robertson, Grammar, pp. 851-4. [source]
Acts 25:10 As thou also very well knowest [ως και συ καλλιον επιγινωσκεις]
“As thou also dost understand (hast additional knowledge, επιγινωσκεις — epiginōskeis) better” (than thou art willing to admit). That this is Paul‘s meaning by the use of the comparative καλλιον — kallion (positive καλως — kalōs) is made plain by the confession of Festus to Agrippa in Acts 25:18. Paul says that Festus knows that he has done no wrong to the Jews at all (ουδεν ηδικηκα — ouden ēdikēka) and yet he is trying to turn him over to the wrath of the Jews in Jerusalem. [source]
Romans 2:3 That thou shalt escape [συ εκπευχηι]
Emphasis on συ — su “thou conceited Jew expecting to escape God‘s κριμα — krima because thou art a Jew.” Cf. Matthew 3:8. Paul justifies the bitter words of the Baptist to the Pharisees and Sadducees. The future middle of the old verb εκπευγω — ekpheugō (cf. 1 Thessalonians 5:3). The Jew posed as immune to the ordinary laws of ethics because a Jew. Alas, some Christians affect the same immunity. [source]
Romans 9:20 Nay, but, O man, who art thou? [Ο αντρωπε μεν ουν γε συ τις ει]
“O man, but surely thou who art thou?” Unusual and emphatic order of the words, prolepsis of τις — su (thou) before μεν ουν γε — tis (who) and μεν — men oun ge (triple particle, ουν — men indeed, γε — oun therefore, ο ανταποκρινομενος — ge at least) at the beginning of clause as in Romans 10:18; Philemon 3:8 contrary to ancient idiom, but so in papyri. [source]
Romans 14:4 Who art thou? [συ τις ει]
Proleptic position of συ — su “thou who art thou?” [source]
Romans 14:10 But thou, why dost thou judge? [συ δε τι συ κρινεισ]
Referring to the conduct of the “weak” brother in Romans 14:3. [source]
2 Timothy 1:18 Thou knowest very well [βελτιον συ γινωσκεις]
Literally, “thou knowest better (than I),” for he did those things in Ephesus where thou art. Only N.T. example of βελτιον — beltion in D text of Acts 10:28. [source]
2 Timothy 3:14 But abide thou [συ δε μενε]
Emphatic contrast (συ δε — su de), “But thou.” Present active imperative of μενω — menō common verb, to remain. [source]
2 Timothy 4:5 But be thou sober [συ δε νηπε]
Present active imperative of νηπω — nēphō for which see note on 1 Thessalonians 5:6, 1 Thessalonians 5:8. “Be sober in thy head.” [source]
2 Timothy 4:15 Be thou ware also [και συ πυλασσου]
Present middle (direct) imperative of πυλασσω — phulassō “from whom keep thyself away.” [source]
Titus 2:1 But speak thou [συ δε λαλει]
In contrast to these Pharisaic Gnostics in Crete. [source]
James 2:3 Stand thou there [συ στητι εκει]
Second aorist (intransitive) active imperative of ιστημι — histēmi to place. Ingressive aorist, Take a stand. Συ — Su emphatic again. The MSS. vary in the position of εκει — ekei (there). [source]
James 2:19 Thou believest that God is one [συ πιστευεις οτι εις τεος εστιν]
James goes on with his reply and takes up mere creed apart from works, belief that God exists (there is one God), a fundamental doctrine, but that is not belief or trust in God. It may be mere creed. [source]
3 John 1:3 Even as thou walkest in truth [κατως συ εν αλητειαι περιπατεις]
“Thou” in contrast to Diotrephes (3 John 1:9) and others like him. On περιπατεω — peripateō see 1 John 1:6 and on εν αλητειαι — en alētheiāi see 2 John 1:4. [source]
Revelation 4:11 Thou didst create [συ εκτισας]
Emphasis on συ — su (thou), first aorist active indicative of κτιζω — ktizō the verb used about the act of creation by Paul in Colossians 1:16 Reason for creation of the universe as in Hebrews 2:10 (ησαν — di' hon).They were Imperfect tense with a cursory glance at the universe as a fact, possibly a potential existence in God‘s purpose in the eternal past before the actual creation in time.And were created (κτιζω — kai ektisthēsan). First aorist passive indicative of the same verb, εκτιστη — ktizō just used and in the plural, while Paul (Colossians 1:16) uses the singular ektisthē See 1 Corinthians 8:6. God‘s will wrought through the Logos (Christ). [source]
Revelation 7:14 Thou knowest [συ οιδας]
“At once a confession of ignorance, and an appeal for information” (Swete), not of full confidence like συ οιδας — su oidas in John 21:15. [source]

Greek Commentary Content Search

Matthew 27:4 See thou to it [συ οπσηι]
Judas made a belated confession of his sin in betraying innocent blood to the Sanhedrin, but not to God, nor to Jesus. The Sanhedrin ignore the innocent or righteous blood (αιμα ατωιον — haima athōion or δικαιον — dikaion) and tell Judas to look after his own guilt himself. They ignore also their own guilt in the matter. The use of συ οπσηι — su opsēi as a volitive future, an equivalent of the imperative, is commoner in Latin (tu videris) than in Greek, though the Koiné shows it also. The sentiment is that of Cain (Grotius, Bruce). [source]
Matthew 27:11 Art thou the King of the Jews? [Συ ει ο βασιλευς των Ιουδαιων]
This is what really mattered. Matthew does not give the charges made by the Sanhedrin (Luke 23:2) nor the private interview with Pilate (John 18:28-32). He could not ignore the accusation that Jesus claimed to be King of the Jews. Else he could be himself accused to Caesar for disloyalty. Rivals and pretenders were common all over the empire. So here was one more. By his answer (thou sayest) Jesus confesses that he is. So Pilate has a problem on his hands. What sort of a king does this one claim to be? Thou (συ — su) the King of the Jews? [source]
Matthew 27:11 Thou [συ]
(συ — su) the King of the Jews? [source]
John 18:37 Art thou a king then? [ουκουν βασιλευς ει συ]
Compound of ουκ — ouk and ουν — oun and is clearly ironical expecting an affirmative answer, only here in the N.T., and in lxx only in A text in 2Kings 5:23. Thou sayest that In Matthew 27:11; Mark 15:2; Luke 23:3, συ λεγεις — su legeis clearly means “yes,” as συ ειπας — su eipas (thou saidst) does in Matthew 26:64 (= “I am,” εγω ειμι — egō eimi in Mark 14:62). Hence here οτι — hoti had best be taken to mean “because”: “Yes, because I am a king.” Have I been born Perfect passive indicative of γενναω — gennaō The Incarnation was for this purpose. Note repetition of εις τουτο — eis touto (for this purpose), explained by ινα μαρτυρησω τηι αλητειαι — hina marturēsō tēi alētheiāi (that I may bear witness to the truth), ινα — hina with first aorist active subjunctive of μαρτυρεω — martureō Paul (1 Timothy 6:13) alludes to this good confession when Christ bore witness (μαρτυρησαντος — marturēsantos) before Pilate. Jesus bore such witness always (John 3:11, John 3:32; John 7:7; John 8:14; Revelation 1:5). [source]
John 8:25 Who art thou? [Συ τις ει]
Proleptic use of συ — su before τις — tis “Thou, who art thou?” Cf. John 1:19. He had virtually claimed to be the Messiah and on a par with God as in John 5:15. They wish to pin him down and to charge him with blasphemy. Even that which I have also spoken unto you from the beginning A difficult sentence. It is not clear whether it is an affirmation or a question. The Latin and Syriac versions treat it as affirmative. Westcott and Hort follow Meyer and take it as interrogative. The Greek fathers take it as an exclamation. It seems clear that the adverbial accusative την αρχην — tēn archēn cannot mean “from the beginning” like απ αρχης — ap' archēs (John 15:27) or εχ αρχης — ex archēs (John 16:4). The lxx has την αρχην — tēn archēn for “at the beginning” or “at the first” (Gen 43:20). There are examples in Greek, chiefly negative, where την αρχην — tēn archēn means “at all,” “essentially,” “primarily.” Vincent and Bernard so take it here, “Primarily what I am telling you.” Jesus avoids the term Messiah with its political connotations. He stands by his high claims already made. [source]
John 9:34 Thou wast altogether born in sin [εν αμαρτιαις συ εγεννητης ολος]
First aorist passive indicative of γενναω — gennaō “In sins thou wast begotten (or born) all of thee.” ολος — Holos is predicate nominative and teaches total depravity in this case beyond controversy, the Pharisees being judges. And dost thou teach us? The audacity of it all. Note emphasis on συ — su (thou). It was insufferable. He had not only taught the rabbis, but had utterly routed them in argument. And they cast him out Effective second aorist active indicative of εκβαλλω — ekballō intensified by the addition of εχω — exō Probably not yet expulsion from the synagogue (John 9:22) which required a formal meeting of the Sanhedrin, but certainly forcible driving of the gifted upstart from their presence. See note on John 6:37 for another use of εκβαλλω εχω — ekballō exō besides John 9:35. [source]
Acts 22:27 Art thou a Roman? [Συ ομαιος ει]
(Συ ομαιος ει — Su Romaios ei̇). [source]
Acts 7:28 Wouldest thou kill me? [μη ανελειν με συ τελεις]
Expecting the answer no, but a thrust direct at Moses, Do you wish to kill me (note με συ — me su right together, me thou). See Exodus 2:14 quoted by Stephen. [source]
Romans 14:4 Who art thou? [συ τις ει]
Proleptic position of συ — su “thou who art thou?” [source]
Romans 2:3 That thou shalt escape [συ εκπευχηι]
Emphasis on συ — su “thou conceited Jew expecting to escape God‘s κριμα — krima because thou art a Jew.” Cf. Matthew 3:8. Paul justifies the bitter words of the Baptist to the Pharisees and Sadducees. The future middle of the old verb εκπευγω — ekpheugō (cf. 1 Thessalonians 5:3). The Jew posed as immune to the ordinary laws of ethics because a Jew. Alas, some Christians affect the same immunity. [source]
2 Timothy 3:14 But abide thou [συ δε μενε]
Emphatic contrast (συ δε — su de), “But thou.” Present active imperative of μενω — menō common verb, to remain. [source]
James 2:3 Stand thou there [συ στητι εκει]
Second aorist (intransitive) active imperative of ιστημι — histēmi to place. Ingressive aorist, Take a stand. Συ — Su emphatic again. The MSS. vary in the position of εκει — ekei (there). [source]
Revelation 4:11 Thou didst create [συ εκτισας]
Emphasis on συ — su (thou), first aorist active indicative of κτιζω — ktizō the verb used about the act of creation by Paul in Colossians 1:16 Reason for creation of the universe as in Hebrews 2:10 (ησαν — di' hon).They were Imperfect tense with a cursory glance at the universe as a fact, possibly a potential existence in God‘s purpose in the eternal past before the actual creation in time.And were created (κτιζω — kai ektisthēsan). First aorist passive indicative of the same verb, εκτιστη — ktizō just used and in the plural, while Paul (Colossians 1:16) uses the singular ektisthē See 1 Corinthians 8:6. God‘s will wrought through the Logos (Christ). [source]
Revelation 7:14 Thou knowest [συ οιδας]
“At once a confession of ignorance, and an appeal for information” (Swete), not of full confidence like συ οιδας — su oidas in John 21:15. [source]

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

Matthew 2:6
Literal: And you Bethlehem land of Judah by no means least are among the rulers out of you for will go forth [One] leading who will shepherd the people of Me - Israel
KJV: And  thou  Bethlehem,  in the land  of Juda,  not  the least  among  the princes  of Juda:  for  out of  shall come  a Governor,  that  shall rule  people  Israel. 

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

Matthew 3:7
Literal: Having seen now many of the Pharisees and Sadducees coming to the baptism of him he said to them Brood of vipers who forewarned you to flee from the coming wrath
KJV: But  many  of the Pharisees  and  Sadducees  come  to  his  baptism,  he said  unto them,  O generation  of vipers,  who  hath warned  to flee  from  the wrath  to come? 

Matthew 3:9
Literal: And not presume to say within yourselves [As] father we have - Abraham I say for to you that able is - God out of the stones these to raise up children unto Abraham
KJV: And  think  not  to say  within  yourselves,  We have  Abraham  to our father:  for  I say  that  God  is able  of  stones  to raise up  children  unto Abraham. 

Matthew 3:11
Literal: I indeed you baptize with water to repentance - but after me is coming mightier than I He of whom not I am fit the sandals to carry He you will baptize [the] Spirit Holy and with fire
KJV: indeed  baptize  with  water  unto  repentance:  but  he that cometh  after  mightier than  whose  shoes  I am  not  worthy  to bear:  he  shall baptize  with  the Holy  Ghost,  and  with fire: 

Matthew 3:14
Literal: - But John was hindering Him saying I need have by You to be baptized and You come to me
KJV: But  John  forbad  him, saying,  have  need  to be baptized  of  and  comest  thou  to 

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

Matthew 4:9
Literal: and he says to Him These things to You all will I give if falling down You will worship me
KJV: And  unto him,  All  will I give  if  thou wilt fall down  and worship 

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

Matthew 4:19
Literal: And He says to them Come follow after Me I will make you fishers of men
KJV: And  he saith  unto them,  Follow  and  I will make  fishers  of men. 

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

Matthew 5:12
Literal: Rejoice and exult for the reward of you [is] great in the heavens thus for they persecuted the prophets - before you
KJV: Rejoice,  and  be exceeding glad:  for  great  reward  in  heaven:  for  so  persecuted they  the prophets  which  were before 

Matthew 5:13
Literal: You are the salt of the earth if however becomes tasteless with what will it be salted For nothing it is potent any longer if not having been cast out to be trampled upon by - men
KJV: the salt  of the earth:  but  if  the salt  have lost his savour,  wherewith  shall it be salted?  it is thenceforth  good  for  nothing,  to be cast  out,  to be trodden under foot  of  men. 

Matthew 5:14
Literal: You are the light of the world Not is able a city to be hidden on a hill lying
KJV: the light  of the world.  A city  that is set  on  an hill  cannot  be hid. 

Matthew 5:16
Literal: Thus let shine the light of you before - men so that they may see your - good works and they should glorify the Father - in the heavens
KJV: light  so  shine  before  men,  that  good  works,  and  glorify  Father  which  is in  heaven. 

Matthew 5:18
Literal: Truly for I say to you until - shall pass away the heaven and the earth iota one or one stroke of a letter no not from the law everything should happen
KJV: For  verily  I say  Till  heaven  and  earth  pass,  one  jot  or  tittle  pass  from  the law,  till  all  be fulfilled. 

Matthew 5:20
Literal: I say for to you that if not shall abound your - righteousness above [that] of the scribes and Pharisees no shall you enter into the kingdom heavens
KJV: For  I say  That  righteousness  shall exceed  the righteousness of the scribes  and  Pharisees,  enter  into  the kingdom  of heaven. 

Matthew 5:22
Literal: I however say to you that everyone - being angry with the brother of him liable will be to the judgment whoever now - shall say to Raca to the Sanhedrin Fool to the hell - of fire
KJV: But  say  That  whosoever  is angry  with his  brother  in danger  of the judgment:  and  whosoever  shall say  to his  brother,  Raca,  in danger  of the council:  but  whosoever  shall say,  Thou fool,  in danger  of  hell  fire. 

Matthew 5:23
Literal: If therefore you shall offer the gift of you at altar and there shall remember that the brother has something against you
KJV: Therefore  if  thou bring  gift  to  the altar,  and there  that  brother  hath  ought  against 

Matthew 5:24
Literal: leave there the gift of you before the altar and go away first be reconciled to brother then having come offer
KJV: Leave  there  gift  before  the altar,  and  go thy way;  first  be reconciled  brother,  and  then  come  and offer  gift. 

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

Matthew 5:26
Literal: Truly I say to you no not shall you come out from there until - you should pay the last kodranten
KJV: Verily  I say  come  out thence,  till  thou hast paid  the uttermost  farthing. 

Matthew 5:28
Literal: I however say to you that everyone - looking upon a woman in order - to lust after her already has committed adultery with in the heart of him
KJV: But  say  That  whosoever  looketh  on a woman  to  lust after  her  hath committed adultery  with her  already  in  his  heart. 

Matthew 5:29
Literal: If now the eye of you - right causes to stumble you pluck out it and cast [it] from you it is better indeed for you that should perish one of the members not all the body should be cast into hell
KJV: And  if  right  eye  offend  it  out,  and  cast  it from  for  it is profitable  that  one  members  should perish,  and  not  whole  body  should be cast  into  hell. 

Matthew 5:30
Literal: And if the right of you hand causes to stumble you cut off it cast [it] from you it is better indeed for you that should perish one of the members not all the body into hell should depart
KJV: And  if  right  hand  offend  it  off,  and  cast  it from  for  it is profitable  that  one  members  should perish,  and  not  whole  body  should be cast  into  hell. 

Matthew 5:32
Literal: I however say to you that everyone - divorcing the wife of him except on account of sexual immorality causes her to commit adultery And whoever if her having been divorced shall marry commits adultery
KJV: But  say  That  whosoever  shall put away  his  wife,  saving  for the cause  of fornication,  causeth  her  to commit adultery:  and  whosoever  shall marry  her that is divorced  committeth adultery. 

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

Matthew 5:34
Literal: I however say to you not to swear at all neither by - heaven because [the] throne it is - of God
KJV: But  say  Swear  not  at all;  neither  by  heaven;  for  God's  throne: 

Matthew 5:36
Literal: Neither by the head of you shall you swear because not you are able one hair white to make or black
KJV: Neither  shalt thou swear  by  head,  because  thou canst  not  make  hair  white  or  black. 

Matthew 5:37
Literal: Let it be however the statement of you Yes ‘Yes [and] ‘No No The more than these from - evil comes
KJV: But  communication  Yea,  Nay,  for  whatsoever is more  of  evil. 

Matthew 5:39
Literal: I however say to you not to resist the evil [person] Instead whoever you shall strike on the right cheek of you turn to him also other
KJV: But  say  That ye resist  not  evil:  but  whosoever  shall smite  right  cheek,  turn  to him  the other  also. 

Matthew 5:40
Literal: and to the one willing you to sue the tunic of you to take yield to him also the cloak
KJV: And  if any man will  at the law,  and  take away  coat,  him  have  thy cloke  also. 

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

Matthew 5:42
Literal: To the [one] asking of you give and the [one] desiring from you to borrow not you shall turn away from
KJV: Give  to him that asketh  and  from him that would  borrow  of  not  thou away. 

Matthew 5:43
Literal: You have heard that it was said You shall love - neighbor of you and shall hate enemy
KJV: Ye have heard  that  Thou shalt love  neighbour,  and  hate  enemy. 

Matthew 5:44
Literal: I however say to you love the enemies of you and pray for those persecuting you bless those cursing good do to those persecuting hating you
KJV: But  say  Love  enemies,  bless  them that curse  do  good  to them that hate  and  pray  for  them which  despitefully use  and  persecute 

Matthew 5:45
Literal: so that you may be sons of the Father of you who is in [the] heavens For the sun of Him He makes rise on evil and good He sends rain righteous unrighteous
KJV: That  ye may be  the children  Father  which  is in  heaven:  for  his  sun  to rise  on  the evil  and  on the good,  and  sendeth rain  on  the just  and  on the unjust. 

Matthew 5:46
Literal: If for you love those loving you what reward have you Do not also the tax collectors the same do
KJV: For  if  ye love  them which  love  what  reward  have ye?  do  not  even  the publicans  the same? 

Matthew 5:47
Literal: And if you greet the brothers of you only what extraordinary do you Do not also the Gentiles the same do
KJV: And  if  ye salute  brethren  only,  what  do  ye more  than others? do  not  even 

Matthew 5:48
Literal: Shall be therefore you perfect as the Father of you who [is] Heavenly perfect is
KJV: therefore  perfect,  Father  which  perfect. 

Matthew 6:1
Literal: Beware now the righteousness of you not to do before - men in order - to be seen by them if otherwise reward not have you with the Father who [is] in the heavens
KJV: Take heed  that ye do  not  before  men,  to be seen  of them:  otherwise  ye have  no  reward  of  Father  which  is in  heaven. 

Matthew 6:2
Literal: When therefore you do acts of charity not do sound a trumpet before you as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and streets so that they may have glory from - men Truly I say to you they have the reward of them
KJV: Therefore  when  thou doest  thine alms,  not  sound a trumpet  before  as  the hypocrites  do  in  the synagogues  and  in  the streets,  that  they may have glory  of  men.  Verily  I say  They have  their  reward. 

Matthew 6:3
Literal: You however doing charity not let know the left [hand] of you what is doing right hand
KJV: But  doest  alms,  not  left hand  know  what  right hand  doeth: 

Matthew 6:4
Literal: so that may be your - giving in - secret And the Father of you the [One] seeing will reward you
KJV: That  alms  in  secret:  and  Father  which  seeth  in  secret  shall reward  openly. 

Matthew 6:5
Literal: And when you pray not you shall be like the hypocrites for they love in the synagogues on corners of the streets standing to pray so that they might be seen - by men Truly I say to you they have the reward of them
KJV: And  when  thou prayest,  not  the hypocrites  are: for  they love  to pray  standing  in  the synagogues  and  in  the corners  of the streets,  that  be seen  of men.  Verily  I say  They have  their  reward. 

Matthew 6:6
Literal: You however when you pray enter into the room of you and having shut the door pray to Father the [One] in - secret the Father the [One] seeing will reward you
KJV: But  thou,  when  thou prayest,  enter  into  closet,  and  when thou hast shut  door,  pray  Father  which  is in  secret;  and  Father  which  seeth  in  secret  shall reward  openly. 

Matthew 6:8
Literal: Not therefore be like to them knows for - God the Father of you of what things need you have before - your asking Him
KJV: not  therefore  like  unto them:  for  Father  knoweth  what things  ye have  need of,  before  ask  him. 

Matthew 6:9
Literal: Thus therefore pray you Father of us who [is] in the heavens hallowed be the name of You
KJV: After this manner  therefore  pray  Father  which  art in  heaven,  Hallowed be  name. 

Matthew 6:10
Literal: Come the kingdom of You be done the will as in heaven [so] also upon earth
KJV: kingdom  come.  will  be done  in  earth,  as  it is in  heaven. 

Matthew 6:13
Literal: And not lead us into temptation but deliver from - evil For yours is the kingdom power glory for the ages Amen
KJV: And  lead  not  into  temptation,  but  deliver  from  evil:  For  the kingdom,  and  the power,  and  the glory,  for  ever.  Amen. 

Matthew 6:14
Literal: If for you forgive - men the trespasses of them will forgive also you the Father of you - Heavenly
KJV: For  if  ye forgive  men  their  trespasses,  heavenly  Father  will also  forgive 

Matthew 6:15
Literal: If however not you forgive - men the trespasses of them neither the Father of you will forgive the
KJV: But  ye forgive  men  their  trespasses,  neither  Father  forgive  trespasses. 

Matthew 6:16
Literal: Whenever now you fast not be like the hypocrites gloomy they disfigure for the appearance of them so that they might appear - to men [as] fasting Truly I say to you they have the reward
KJV: Moreover  when  ye fast,  be  not,  the hypocrites,  of a sad countenance:  for  they disfigure  their  faces,  that  they may appear  unto men  to fast.  Verily  I say  They have  their  reward. 

Matthew 6:17
Literal: You however fasting anoint your - head and the face of you wash
KJV: But  thou,  when thou fastest,  anoint  head,  and  wash  face; 

Matthew 6:18
Literal: so that not you might appear - to men [as] fasting but - to Father your the [One] in - secret and the Father of you the [One] seeing will reward you
KJV: That  thou appear  not  unto men  to fast,  but  Father  which  is in  secret:  and  Father,  which  seeth  in  secret,  shall reward  openly. 

Matthew 6:19
Literal: Not store up for yourselves treasures upon the earth where moth and rust destroy thieves break in steal
KJV: not  up  treasures  upon  earth,  where  moth  and  rust  doth corrupt,  and  where  thieves  break through  and  steal: 

Matthew 6:20
Literal: store up however for yourselves treasures in heaven where neither moth nor rust destroy and thieves not do break in nor steal
KJV: But  lay up  treasures  in  heaven,  where  neither  moth  nor  rust  doth corrupt,  and  where  thieves  not  break through  nor  steal: 

Matthew 6:21
Literal: Where for is the treasure of you there will be also the heart
KJV: For  where  treasure  there  heart  also. 

Matthew 6:22
Literal: The lamp of the body is eye If therefore is of you clear [the] whole - body full of light will be
KJV: The light  of the body  the eye:  if  therefore  eye  single,  whole  body  full of light. 

Matthew 6:23
Literal: If however the eye of you evil is all the body full of darkness will be If then light that [is] within you darkness is that how great
KJV: But  if  eye  evil,  whole  body  full of darkness.  If  therefore  the light  in  be darkness,  how great  is that darkness! 

Matthew 6:25
Literal: Because of this I say to you not be anxious about the life of you what you should eat or you should drink nor the body you should put on Not the life more is than the food and the body than clothing
KJV: Therefore  I say  Take no  thought  life,  what  ye shall eat,  or  what  ye shall drink;  nor yet for  body,  what  ye shall put on.  not  the life  more than  meat,  and  the body  than raiment? 

Matthew 6:26
Literal: Look at the birds of the air that not they sow nor do they reap do they gather into barns and the Father of you - Heavenly feeds them Not you much are more valuable than they
KJV: Behold  the fowls  of the air:  for  they sow  not,  neither  do they reap,  nor  gather  into  barns;  yet  heavenly  Father  feedeth  them.  not  much  better than  they? 

Matthew 6:27
Literal: Who now from you being anxious is able to add to the lifespan of him hour one
KJV: Which  by taking thought  can  add  one  cubit  unto  his  stature? 

Matthew 6:29
Literal: I say however to you that not even Solomon in all the glory of him was adorned like one of these
KJV: And yet  I say  That  Solomon  in  all  his  glory  not  arrayed  like  one 

Matthew 6:30
Literal: If however the grass of the field today being [here] and tomorrow into the furnace being thrown - God thus clothes [will He] not much more you O [you] of little faith
KJV: Wherefore,  if  God  so  clothe  the grass  of the field,  which to day  and  to morrow  is cast  into  the oven,  shall he not  much  more  O ye of little faith? 

Matthew 6:32
Literal: All for these things the Gentiles seek after knows the Father of you - Heavenly that you have need of them all
KJV: (For  all  do the Gentiles  seek:)  for  heavenly  Father  knoweth  that  ye have need  of all 

Matthew 6:33
Literal: Seek however first the kingdom of God and righteousness of Him these things all will be added to you
KJV: But  seek ye  first  the kingdom  of God,  and  his  righteousness;  and  all  shall be added 

Matthew 7:2
Literal: With whatever for verdict you judge you will be judged and measure you measure it will be measured again to you
KJV: For  with  what  judgment  ye judge,  and  with  what  measure  ye mete, 

Matthew 7:3
Literal: Why now do you look at the splinter that [is] in the eye the brother of you - and the in - your [own] beam not notice
KJV: And  why  beholdest  thou the mote  that is in  brother's  eye,  but  considerest  not  the beam  that is in  thine own  eye? 

Matthew 7:4
Literal: Or how shall you say to the brother of you Permit that I might cast out the splinter from the eye and behold the beam [is] in the eye of you
KJV: Or  how  wilt thou say  brother,  Let  me pull out  the mote  eye;  and,  behold,  a beam  is in  eye? 

Matthew 7:5
Literal: Hypocrite Cast out first from the eye of you the beam and then you will see clearly to cast out the splinter of the brother of you
KJV: Thou hypocrite,  first  cast out  the beam  out of  eye;  and  then  shalt thou see clearly  to cast out  the mote  out of  brother's  eye. 

Matthew 7:6
Literal: Not give that which [is] holy to the dogs nor cast the pearls of you before the pigs not lest they shall trample upon them with the feet of them and having turned they tear to pieces you
KJV: Give  not  that which  is holy  unto the dogs,  neither  cast  pearls  before  swine,  they trample  them  under  their  feet,  and  turn again  and rend 

Matthew 7:7
Literal: Ask and it will be given to you seek you will find knock it will be opened
KJV: Ask,  and  it shall be given  seek,  and  ye shall find;  knock,  and  it shall be opened 

Matthew 7:9
Literal: Or which is of you a man whom will ask for the son of him bread not a stone will he give him
KJV: Or  what  man  there of  whom  his  son  ask  bread,  will he give  him  a stone? 

Matthew 7:11
Literal: If therefore you evil being know gifts good to give to the children of you how much more the Father who [is] in the heavens will give good things to those asking Him
KJV: If  then,  evil,  know  how to give  good  gifts  children,  how much  more  Father  which  is in  heaven  give  good things  to them that ask  him? 

Matthew 7:12
Literal: All things therefore as many as if you might desire that should do to you the men so also you do to them This for is the law and prophets
KJV: Therefore  all things  ye would  that  men  should do  even  so  to them:  for  this  the law  and  the prophets. 

Matthew 7:15
Literal: But beware of the false prophets who come to you in clothing of sheep inwardly however they are wolves ravenous
KJV: Beware  of  false prophets,  which  come  to  in  sheep's  clothing,  but  inwardly  ravening  wolves. 

Matthew 7:23
Literal: And then I will declare to them - Never knew I you depart you from Me those working - lawlessness
KJV: And  then  will I profess  unto them,  I never  knew  depart  from  ye that work  iniquity. 

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

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

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

Matthew 8:19
Literal: And having come to [him] one scribe said to Him Teacher I will follow You wherever if You might go
KJV: And  a certain  scribe  came,  and said  unto him,  Master,  I will follow  whithersoever  thou goest. 

Matthew 8:29
Literal: And behold they cried out saying What to us to you Son - of God Are You come here before [the] time to torment us
KJV: And,  behold,  they cried out,  saying,  What  to do with  thou Son  of God?  art thou come  hither  to torment  before  the time? 

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

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

Matthew 9:5
Literal: Which for is easier to say Are forgiven of you the sins or Arise and walk
KJV: For  whether  easier,  to say,  Thy sins  be forgiven  or  to say,  Arise,  and  walk? 

Matthew 9:6
Literal: So that however you may know that authority has the Son - of Man on the earth to forgive sins Then He says to the paralytic Having arisen take up your - mat and go to the house of you
KJV: But  that  ye may know  that  the Son  of man  hath  power  on  earth  to forgive  sins,  (then  saith he  to the sick of the palsy,)  Arise,  take up  bed,  and  go  unto  house. 

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

Matthew 9:14
Literal: Then come to Him the disciples of John saying Because of why we and Pharisees do fast many times however disciples of You not fast
KJV: Then  came  to him  the disciples  of John,  saying,  and  the Pharisees  fast  oft,  but  disciples  fast  not? 

Matthew 9:18
Literal: These things of Him speaking to them behold a ruler certain having come was kneeling down to Him saying - The daughter of Me presently has died but having come lay the hand of You upon her and she will live
KJV: While he  spake  unto them,  behold,  there came  a certain  ruler,  and worshipped  him,  saying,  daughter  is even now  dead:  but  come  and lay  hand  upon  her,  and  she shall live. 

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

Matthew 9:29
Literal: Then He touched the eyes of them saying According to the faith of you be it to you
KJV: Then  touched he  their  eyes,  saying,  According  faith  be it 

Matthew 10:9
Literal: Neither take along gold nor silver copper in the belts of you
KJV: Provide  neither  gold,  nor  silver,  nor  brass  in  purses, 

Matthew 10:13
Literal: And if indeed be the house worthy let come peace of you upon it however not it be to you let return
KJV: And  if  the house  worthy,  peace  come  upon  it:  but  worthy,  peace  return  to 

Matthew 10:14
Literal: And whoever - not will receive you nor will hear the words of you going forth out of the house or city that shake off the dust of the feet
KJV: And  whosoever  receive  nor  hear  words,  when ye depart out  of that  house  or  city,  shake off  the dust  feet. 

Matthew 10:15
Literal: Truly I say to you More tolerable it will be for [the] land of Sodom and of Gomorrah on day of judgment than the city for that
KJV: Verily  I say  more tolerable  for the land  of Sodom  and  Gomorrha  in  the day  of judgment,  than  for that  city. 

Matthew 10:16
Literal: Behold I send forth you as sheep in [the] midst of wolves be you therefore shrewd the serpents and innocent the doves
KJV: Behold,  forth  as  sheep  in  the midst  of wolves:  be ye  therefore  wise  as  serpents,  and  harmless  as  doves. 

Matthew 10:17
Literal: Beware however of - men they will deliver for you into courts and in the synagogues of them they will flog
KJV: But  beware  of  men:  for  up  to  the councils,  and  they will scourge  in  their  synagogues; 

Matthew 10:19
Literal: When then they deliver up you not be anxious how or what you should speak it will be given for you in that - hour you should say
KJV: But  when  up,  no  thought  how  or  what  ye shall speak:  for  it shall be given  in  that same  hour  what  ye shall speak. 

Matthew 10:20
Literal: Not for you are those speaking but the Spirit of the Father of you - speaking through you
KJV: For  not  that speak,  but  the Spirit  Father  which  speaketh  in 

Matthew 10:23
Literal: Whenever then they persecute you in the city one flee to the next Truly for I say to you no not shall you have completed the cities of Israel until - be come the Son Man
KJV: But  when  they persecute  in  city,  flee ye  into  for  verily  I say  have gone over  the cities  of Israel,  till  the Son  of man  be  come. 

Matthew 10:27
Literal: What I tell you in the darkness speak the light and in the ear you hear proclaim upon the housetops
KJV: What  I tell  in  darkness,  that speak ye  in  light:  and  what  ye hear  in  the ear,  that preach ye  upon  the housetops. 

Matthew 10:29
Literal: Not two sparrows for an assarion are sold And one of them not will fall to the ground apart from the Father of you
KJV: not  two  sparrows  sold  for a farthing?  and  one  of  them  not  fall  on  the ground  without  Father. 

Matthew 10:30
Literal: Of you now even the hairs of the head all numbered are
KJV: But  the very  hairs  head  all  numbered. 

Matthew 10:31
Literal: Not therefore you should fear than many sparrows are worth more you
KJV: Fear ye  not  therefore,  are of more value  than many  sparrows. 

Matthew 10:40
Literal: The [One] receiving you Me receives and the [One] having sent Me
KJV: He that receiveth  and  he that receiveth  him that sent 

Matthew 10:42
Literal: And whoever - shall give to drink one the little ones of these a cup of cold [water] only in [the] name of a disciple truly I say to you no not shall he lose the reward of him
KJV: And  whosoever  shall give to drink  unto one  little ones  a cup  of cold  water only  in  the name  of a disciple,  verily  I say  lose  his  reward. 

Matthew 11:3
Literal: said to Him You are the coming [One] or another are we to look for
KJV: And said  unto him,  thou  he that should come,  or  do we look  for another? 

Matthew 11:9
Literal: But what did you go out a prophet to see Yes I say to you and [one] more excellent than a prophet
KJV: But  what  went ye out  A prophet?  yea,  I say  and  than a prophet. 

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 11:11
Literal: Truly I say to you not there has risen among [those] born of women one greater than John the Baptist - Yet the least in the kingdom of the heavens greater than he is
KJV: Verily  I say  Among  them that are born  of women  not  risen  John  the Baptist:  notwithstanding  he that is least  in  the kingdom  of heaven  he. 

Matthew 11:17
Literal: saying We piped for you and not you did dance we sang a dirge you did wail
KJV: And  saying,  We have piped  and  not  danced;  we have mourned  and  not  lamented. 

Matthew 11:21
Literal: Woe to you Chorazin Bethsaida For if in Tyre and Sidon had taken place the miracles - having come to pass you long ago then sackcloth ashes they would have repented
KJV: Woe  Chorazin!  woe  Bethsaida!  for  if  the mighty works,  which  were done  in  had been done  in  Tyre  and  Sidon,  they would have repented  long ago  in  sackcloth  and  ashes. 

Matthew 11:22
Literal: But I say to you for Tyre and Sidon more tolerable will it be in [the] day of judgment than for you
KJV: But  I say  more tolerable  for Tyre  and  Sidon  at  the day  of judgment,  than 

Matthew 11:23
Literal: And you Capernaum not to heaven will be exalted Hades will be brought down For if in Sodom had taken place the miracles - having taken place you it would have remained - until the day
KJV: And  thou,  Capernaum,  which  art exalted  unto  heaven,  to  hell:  for  if  the mighty works,  which  have been done  in  had been done  in  Sodom,  it would have remained  until  this day. 

Matthew 11:24
Literal: But I say to you that for [the] land of Sodom more tolerable will it be in day of judgment than for you
KJV: But  I say  That  more tolerable  for the land  of Sodom  in  the day  of judgment,  than 

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

Matthew 11:26
Literal: Yes - Father for thus well-pleasing it was before You
KJV: Even so,  Father:  for  so  it seemed  good  sight. 

Matthew 11:28
Literal: Come to Me all those toiling and being burdened and I will give rest to you
KJV: Come  unto  all  ye that labour  and  are heavy laden,  and I  rest. 

Matthew 11:29
Literal: Take the yoke of Me upon you and learn from Me for gentle I am humble [in] the heart you will find rest [for] the souls of you
KJV: Take  yoke  upon  and  learn  of  for  I am  and  lowly  in heart:  and  ye shall find  rest  souls. 

Matthew 12:2
Literal: - And the Pharisees having seen said to Him Behold the disciples of You are doing what not it is lawful to do on Sabbath
KJV: But  when the Pharisees  it, they said  unto him,  Behold,  disciples  do  that which  not  lawful  to do  upon  the sabbath day. 

Matthew 12:6
Literal: I say however to you that the temple a greater than is here
KJV: But  I say  That  in this place  the temple. 

Matthew 12:11
Literal: - And He said to them What will there be among you man who will have sheep one and if falls it on the Sabbaths into a pit not will he take hold of it will raise [it] up
KJV: And  he said  unto them,  What  man  among  that  shall have  one  sheep,  and  if  fall  into  a pit  on the sabbath day,  not  lay hold  on it,  and  lift it out? 

Matthew 12:13
Literal: Then He says to [the] man Stretch out your - hand And he stretched [it] out it was restored sound as the other
KJV: Then  saith  he to the man,  Stretch forth  hand.  And  he stretched it forth;  and  it was restored  whole,  like as  the other. 

Matthew 12:27
Literal: And if I by Beelzebul cast out - demons the sons of you whom do they cast out On account of this they judges will be
KJV: And  if  by  Beelzebub  cast out  devils,  by  whom  children  cast them out?  they  judges. 

Matthew 12:28
Literal: If however by [the] Spirit of God I cast out - demons then has come upon you the kingdom -
KJV: But  if  cast out  devils  by  the Spirit  of God,  then  the kingdom  of God  is come  unto 

Matthew 12:31
Literal: Because of this I say to you every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven - men - however against [the] Spirit not
KJV: Wherefore  I say  All manner of  sin  and  blasphemy  shall be forgiven  unto men:  but  the blasphemy  against the Holy Ghost  not  be forgiven  unto men. 

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 12:37
Literal: By for the words of you you will be justified and you will be condemned
KJV: For  by  words  thou shalt be justified,  and  by  words  thou shalt be condemned. 

Matthew 12:38
Literal: Then answered him some of the scribes and Pharisees saying Teacher we wish from You a sign to see
KJV: Then  certain  of the scribes  and  of the Pharisees  answered,  saying,  Master,  we would  a sign  from 

Matthew 12:47
Literal: Said now someone to Him Behold the mother of You and the brothers outside are standing seeking to You to speak
KJV: Then  one  said  unto him,  Behold,  mother  and  brethren  stand  without,  desiring  to speak 

Matthew 13:11
Literal: - And answering He said to them Because to you it has been granted to know the mysteries of the kingdom of the heavens to them however not
KJV: He answered  and  said  unto them,  Because  it is given  to know  the mysteries  of the kingdom  of heaven,  but  to them  not  given. 

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

Matthew 13:17
Literal: Truly for I say to you that many prophets and righteous [men] longed to see what you see not saw to hear you hear heard
KJV: For  verily  I say  That  many  prophets  and  righteous  men have desired  those things which  ye see,  and  not  them; and  to hear  those things which  ye hear,  and  not  heard 

Matthew 13:18
Literal: You therefore hear the parable of the [one] having sown
KJV: Hear  therefore  the parable  of the sower. 

Matthew 14:4
Literal: Had been saying for - John to him Not it is lawful for you to have her
KJV: For  John  unto him,  not  lawful  to have  her. 

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

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

Matthew 15:2
Literal: Because of why the disciples of You break the tradition of the elders Not for they wash the hands of them when bread they shall eat
KJV: disciples  transgress  the tradition  of the elders?  for  they wash  not  their  hands  when  they eat  bread. 

Matthew 15:3
Literal: - And answering He said to them Because of why also you break the commandment - of God on account of tradition of you
KJV: But  he answered  and said  unto them,  also  transgress  the commandment  of God  by  tradition? 

Matthew 15:5
Literal: You however say Whoever - shall say to the father or the mother [It is] a gift whatever if by me you might be profited
KJV: But  say,  Whosoever  shall say  to his father  or  his mother,  It is a gift,  by  whatsoever  thou mightest be profited 

Matthew 15:6
Literal: no not he shall honor the father of himself or the mother of himself And you made void commandment - of God on account of tradition of you
KJV: And  honour  his  father  or  his  mother,  he shall be free. Thus  of God  of none effect  by  tradition. 

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

Matthew 15:16
Literal: - And He said Still also you without understanding are
KJV: And  said,  also  yet  without understanding? 

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

Matthew 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 16:15
Literal: He says to them You but whom Me do you pronounce to be
KJV: He saith  unto them,  But  whom  say 

Matthew 16:16
Literal: Answering now Simon Peter said You are the Christ Son of God the living
KJV: And  Simon  Peter  answered  and said,  Thou  the Christ,  the Son  of the living  God. 

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

Matthew 16:18
Literal: I also now to you say that you are Peter and on this the rock I will build My - church [the] gates of hades not will prevail against it
KJV: And  I say  also  That  thou  Peter,  and  upon  rock  I will build  church;  and  the gates  of hell  not  prevail against  it. 

Matthew 16:19
Literal: I will give to you the keys of the kingdom of the heavens and whatever if you might bind on the earth will be bound in the heavens you might loose loosed
KJV: And  I will give  the keys  of the kingdom  of heaven:  and  whatsoever  thou shalt bind  on  earth  bound  in  heaven:  and  whatsoever  thou shalt loose  on  earth  loosed  in  heaven. 

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

Matthew 16:28
Literal: Truly I say to you - there are some of those here standing who no not shall taste of death until - they have seen the Son - of Man coming in the kingdom of Him
KJV: Verily  I say  some  standing  here,  which  taste  of death,  till  the Son  of man  coming  in  his  kingdom. 

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

Matthew 17:12
Literal: I say however to you that Elijah already is come and not they knew him but did to him whatever they desired Thus also the Son - of Man is about to suffer from them
KJV: But  I say  That  Elias  is come  already,  and  they knew  him  not,  but  have done  unto  him  whatsoever  they listed.  Likewise  shall  also  the Son  of man  suffer  of  them. 

Matthew 17:16
Literal: And I brought him to the disciples of You not they were able to heal
KJV: And  I brought  him  disciples,  and  they could  not  cure  him. 

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

Matthew 17:20
Literal: - And He said to them Because of the little faith of you Truly for I say to you If you have faith as a seed of mustard you will say to the mountain to this Move from here to there and it will move nothing will be impossible for you
KJV: And  unto them,  Because  for  verily  I say  If  ye have  faith  as  a grain  of mustard seed,  ye shall say  mountain,  Remove  to yonder place;  and  it shall remove;  and  nothing  shall be impossible 

Matthew 17:24
Literal: Having come now they to Capernaum came those the didrachmas collecting - to Peter and said The Teacher of you not does he pay the
KJV: And  when they  were come  to  Capernaum,  they that received  tribute  money came  to Peter,  and  said,  not  master  pay  tribute? 

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

Matthew 17:27
Literal: That however not we might offend them having gone to sea cast a hook and the having come up first fish take having opened the mouth of it you will find a four-drachma coin That having taken give to them for Me yourself
KJV: Notwithstanding,  we should offend  them,  go thou  to  the sea,  and cast  an hook,  and  take up  the fish  that first  cometh up;  and  when thou hast opened  his  mouth,  thou shalt find  a piece of money:  that  take,  and give  unto them  for  and 

Matthew 18:3
Literal: and said Truly I say to you if not you turn become as the little children no shall you enter into the kingdom of the heavens
KJV: And  said,  Verily  I say  ye be converted,  and  become  as  little children,  enter  into  the kingdom  of heaven. 

Matthew 18:8
Literal: If now the hand of you or the foot causes to sin you cut off it and cast [it] from you better for you it is to enter into - life crippled lame than two hands two feet having to be cast the fire - eternal
KJV: Wherefore  if  hand  or  foot  offend thee,  them  off,  and  cast  them from  better  to enter into  life  halt  or  maimed,  rather than  having  two  hands  or  two  feet  to be cast  into  everlasting  fire. 

Matthew 18:9
Literal: And if the eye of you causes to sin you gouge out it cast [it] from you better for you it is one-eyed into - life to enter than two eyes having to be cast the hell of the fire
KJV: And  if  eye  offend  it  out,  and  cast  it from  better  to enter  into  life  with one eye,  rather than  having  two  eyes  to be cast  into  hell  fire. 

Matthew 18:10
Literal: See [that] not you despise one of the little ones of these I say for to you that the angels of them in [the] heavens continually always behold the face of the Father of me who [is]
KJV: Take heed  that ye despise  not  one  little ones;  for  I say  That  in  heaven  their  angels  do always  behold  the face  Father  which  is in  heaven. 

Matthew 18:12
Literal: What you do think If there should be to any man a hundred sheep and has gone astray one of them not will he leave the ninety nine on mountains having gone seek the [one] going astray
KJV: How  think  if  a man  have  an hundred  sheep,  and  one  of  them  be gone astray,  not  leave  the ninety and nine,  and goeth  into  the mountains,  and seeketh  that which  is gone astray? 

Matthew 18:13
Literal: And if he should find it truly I say to you that he rejoices over it more than over the ninety nine - not having gone astray
KJV: And  if so  be  that he find  it,  verily  I say  he rejoiceth  more  of  that  sheep, than  of  the ninety and nine  which  not  astray. 

Matthew 18:14
Literal: Thus not it is [the] will of the Father of you who [is] in [the] heavens that should perish one of the little ones of these
KJV: Even so  not  the will  of  Father  which  is in  heaven,  that  one  little ones  should perish. 

Matthew 18:15
Literal: If now sins against you the brother of you go reprove him between you and him alone If you he will hear you have gained the brother
KJV: Moreover  if  brother  shall trespass  against  go  and  him  his fault  between  and  him  alone:  if  he shall hear  thou hast gained  brother. 

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

Matthew 18:17
Literal: If now he fails to listen to them tell [it] to the church also to the church let him be to you as the pagan and tax collector
KJV: And  if  he shall neglect to hear  them,  tell  it unto the church:  but  if  he neglect to hear  the church,  as  an heathen man  and  a publican. 

Matthew 18:18
Literal: Truly I say to you how many if you shall bind on the earth shall have been bound in heaven and you shall loose loosed
KJV: Verily  I say  Whatsoever  ye shall bind  on  earth  bound  in  heaven:  and  whatsoever  ye shall loose  on  earth  loosed  in  heaven. 

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 18:22
Literal: Says to him - Jesus Not I say to you up to seven times but seventy times seven
KJV: Jesus  saith  unto him,  I say  not  Until  seven times:  but,  Until  seventy times  seven. 

Matthew 18:26
Literal: Having fallen down therefore the servant was bowing on his knees to him saying Have patience with me and all I will pay to you
KJV: The servant  therefore  fell down,  and worshipped  him,  saying,  have patience  with  and  I will pay  all. 

Matthew 18:29
Literal: Having fallen down therefore the fellow servant of him was begging him saying Have patience with me and I will pay you
KJV: And  his  fellowservant  fell down  his  and besought  him,  saying,  Have patience  with  and  I will pay 

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

Matthew 18:33
Literal: Not did it behoove also you to have pitied the fellow servant of you as also I had pitied
KJV: Shouldest  not  also  have had compassion  fellowservant,  even  as  had pity 

Matthew 18:35
Literal: Thus also the Father of Me - Heavenly will do to you if not you forgive each the brother of him from the heart of you
KJV: So  Father  do  also  ye from  hearts  forgive  every one  his  brother  their 

Matthew 19:8
Literal: He says to them - Moses in view of the hardness of heart of you allowed you to divorce the wives from [the] beginning however not was [it] this way
KJV: He saith  unto them,  Moses  because of  hearts  suffered  to put away  wives:  but  from  the beginning  it was  not  so. 

Matthew 19:9
Literal: I say now to you that whoever - shall divorce - wife of him except for sexual immorality and shall marry another commits adultery and he who her [that is] put away marries commits adultery
KJV: And  I say  Whosoever  shall put away  his  wife,  it be for  fornication,  and  shall marry  another,  committeth adultery:  and  whoso marrieth  her which  is put away  doth commit adultery. 

Matthew 19:19
Literal: you shall honor the father and the mother you shall love - neighbor of you as yourself
KJV: Honour  father  and  thy mother:  and,  Thou shalt love  neighbour  as  thyself. 

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

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

Matthew 19:24
Literal: Again now I say to you easier for [it] is a camel through [the] eye of a needle to go than a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God
KJV: And  again  I say  easier  for a camel  through  the eye  of a needle,  than  for a rich man  to enter  into  the kingdom  of God. 

Matthew 19:27
Literal: Then answering - Peter said to Him Behold we left all things and followed You what then will be to us
KJV: Then  answered  Peter  and said  unto him,  Behold,  have forsaken  all,  and  followed  what  therefore? 

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

Matthew 20:4
Literal: and to them he said Go also you into the vineyard whatever if might be right I will give you
KJV: And said  Go  also  into  the vineyard,  and  whatsoever  right  I will give 

Matthew 20:7
Literal: They say to him Because no one us has hired He says to them Go also You into the vineyard and whatever . . . may be right you shall receive
KJV: They say  unto him,  Because  no man  hath hired  He saith  unto them,  Go  also  into  the vineyard;  and  whatsoever  right,  that shall ye receive. 

Matthew 20:13
Literal: - And answering to one of them he said Friend not I do wrong you Not for a denarius did you agree with me
KJV: But  he answered  one  of them,  and said,  Friend,  no  wrong:  not  thou agree  for a penny? 

Matthew 20:14
Literal: Take what [is] yours and go I desire now to this - last to give as also to you
KJV: Take  that thine  is, and  go thy way:  I will  give  last,  even  as 

Matthew 20:15
Literal: Or not is it lawful for me what I will to do with that which [is] mine Or the eye of you envious is because I generous am
KJV: Is it not  lawful  to do  what  I will  with  mine own?  eye  evil,  because  am  good? 

Matthew 20:21
Literal: - And He said to her What do you desire She says to Him Say that might sit these - two sons of mine one on [the] right hand of You and on [the] left hand of You in the kingdom
KJV: And  he said  unto her,  What  wilt thou?  She saith  unto him,  Grant  that  these  two  sons  may sit,  the one  on  right hand,  and  the other  on  the left,  in  kingdom. 

Matthew 20:26
Literal: Not thus will it be among you but whoever if wishes great to become he will be your servant
KJV: not  so  among  but  whosoever  will  be  great  among  minister; 

Matthew 20:27
Literal: and whoever - wishes among you to be first he will be your slave
KJV: And  whosoever  will  chief  among  servant: 

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

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

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

Matthew 21:5
Literal: Say to the daughter of Zion Behold the King of you comes to you gentle and mounted on a donkey even upon a colt [the] foal of a beast of burden
KJV: Tell ye  the daughter  of Sion,  Behold,  King  cometh  meek,  and  sitting  upon  an ass,  and  a colt  the foal  of an ass. 

Matthew 21:13
Literal: And He says to them It has been written The house of Me a house of prayer will be called You however it have made a den of robbers
KJV: And  said  unto them,  It is written,  house  shall be called  the house  of prayer;  but  have made  it  a den  of thieves. 

Matthew 21:19
Literal: And having seen fig tree one along the road He came to it nothing found on it if not leaves only He says to it Never no more from you fruit let there be to the age withered immediately the fig tree
KJV: And  fig tree  in  the way,  he came  to  it,  and  found  nothing  thereon,  leaves  only,  and  said  unto it,  fruit  grow  on  henceforward  for  ever.  And  presently  the fig tree  withered away. 

Matthew 21:21
Literal: Answering now - Jesus said to them Truly I say to you if you have faith and not do doubt not only the [miracle] of the fig tree will you do but even if to the mountain this you should say Be you taken away be you cast into the sea it will come to pass
KJV: Jesus  answered  and  said  unto them,  Verily  I say  If  ye have  faith,  and  doubt  not,  not  do  this  which is done to the fig tree,  but  also if  ye shall say  mountain,  Be thou removed,  and  be thou cast  into  the sea;  it shall be done. 

Matthew 21:23
Literal: And having come of Him into the temple came to Him teaching the chief priests elders of the people saying By what authority these things are You doing who to You gave the authority this
KJV: And  when he  was come  into  the temple,  the chief priests  and  the elders  of the people  came  unto him  as he was teaching,  and said,  By  what  authority  doest thou  and  who  gave  authority? 

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

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

Matthew 21:28
Literal: What however you think A man had sons two and having come to the first he said Son go today work in the vineyard
KJV: But  what  think  A certain man  had  two  sons;  and  he came  to the first,  and said,  Son,  go  work  to day  in  vineyard. 

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

Matthew 21:32
Literal: Came for John to you in [the] way of righteousness and not you did believe him - however the tax collectors the prostitutes believed you then having seen not even did repent afterward - to believe
KJV: For  John  came  unto  in  the way  of righteousness,  and  ye believed  him  not:  but  the publicans  and  the harlots  believed  him:  and  it, repented  not  afterward,  that ye might believe  him. 

Matthew 21:43
Literal: Because of this I say to you that will be taken away from you the kingdom - of God and it will be given to a people producing the fruits of it
KJV: Therefore  say I  The kingdom  of God  shall be taken  from  and  given  to a nation  bringing forth  the fruits  thereof. 

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 22:17
Literal: Tell therefore us what You think Is it lawful to give tribute to Caesar or not
KJV: Tell  therefore,  What  thinkest  Is it lawful  to give  tribute  unto Caesar,  or  not? 

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

Matthew 22:39
Literal: [The] second also [is] like it You shall love the neighbor of you as yourself
KJV: And  the second  is like  unto it,  Thou shalt love  neighbour  as  thyself. 

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

Matthew 23:3
Literal: All things therefore how many if they might tell you keep and observe After however the works of them not do They speak for not act
KJV: All  therefore  they bid  observe,  and  do;  but  do  not  ye after  their  works:  for  they say,  and  do  not. 

Matthew 23:8
Literal: You however not shall be called Rabbi One for is of you the Teacher all now brothers are
KJV: But  not  called  Rabbi:  for  one  and  all  brethren. 

Matthew 23:9
Literal: And father no [one] call of you on the earth One for is the Father who [is] in heaven
KJV: And  call  no  father  upon  the earth:  for  one  Father,  which 

Matthew 23:10
Literal: Neither be called instructors since [the] instructor of you is One the Christ
KJV: Neither  be ye called  masters:  one  Master,  even Christ. 

Matthew 23:11
Literal: - And the greatest among you will be your servant
KJV: But  servant. 

Matthew 23:13
Literal: Woe however to you scribes and Pharisees hypocrites For you shut up the kingdom of the heavens before - men You for neither enter nor even those who are entering do you allow to go in
KJV: But  woe  scribes  and  Pharisees,  hypocrites!  for  ye shut up  the kingdom  of heaven  against  men:  for  neither  go in  yourselves, neither  suffer ye  them that are entering 

Matthew 23:14
Literal: Woe to you scribes and Pharisees hypocrites for you devour the houses - of widows as a pretext at great length are praying Because of this you shall receive greater condemnation
KJV: Woe  scribes  and  Pharisees,  hypocrites!  for  ye devour  widows'  houses,  and  for a pretence  long  prayer:  therefore  ye shall receive  damnation. 

Matthew 23:15
Literal: Woe to you scribes and Pharisees hypocrites For you traverse the sea dry [land] to make one convert when he has become [so] you make him a son of hell twofold more than yourselves
KJV: Woe  scribes  and  Pharisees,  hypocrites!  for  ye compass  sea  and  land  to make  one  proselyte,  and  when  he is made,  ye make  him  twofold more  the child  of hell 

Matthew 23:16
Literal: Woe to you guides blind those saying Whoever - shall swear by the temple nothing it is however gold of the temple is bound by his oath
KJV: Woe  ye blind  guides,  which  say,  Whosoever  shall swear  by  the temple,  nothing;  but  whosoever  shall swear  by  the gold  of the temple,  he is a debtor! 

Matthew 23:23
Literal: Woe to you scribes and Pharisees hypocrites For you pay tithes of - mint dill cumin you have neglected the weightier [matters] of the law - justice mercy faithfulness These now it behooved you to do those not to be leaving aside
KJV: Woe  scribes  and  Pharisees,  hypocrites!  for  ye pay tithe  of mint  and  anise  and  cummin,  and  have omitted  the weightier  matters of the law,  judgment,  mercy,  and  faith:  ought ye  to have done,  and not  the other  undone. 

Matthew 23:25
Literal: Woe to you scribes and Pharisees hypocrites For you cleanse the outside of the cup of the dish inside however they are full of greed self-indulgence
KJV: Woe  scribes  and  Pharisees,  hypocrites!  for  ye make clean  the outside  of the cup  and  of the platter,  but  within  they are full  of  extortion  and  excess. 

Matthew 23:27
Literal: Woe to you scribes and Pharisees hypocrites For you are like tombs having been whitewashed which outwardly indeed appear beautiful Inside however they are full of bones of [the] dead of all impurity
KJV: Woe  scribes  and  Pharisees,  hypocrites!  for  ye are like  unto whited  sepulchres,  which  indeed  appear  beautiful  outward,  but  are within  full  of dead  men's bones,  and  of all  uncleanness. 

Matthew 23:28
Literal: Thus also you outwardly indeed appear - to men righteous inwardly however you are full of hypocrisy and lawlessness
KJV: Even so  also  outwardly  appear  righteous  unto men,  but  within  full  of hypocrisy  and  iniquity. 

Matthew 23:29
Literal: Woe to you scribes and Pharisees hypocrites For you build the tombs of the prophets adorn the monuments righteous
KJV: Woe  scribes  and  Pharisees,  hypocrites!  because  ye build  the tombs  of the prophets,  and  garnish  the sepulchres  of the righteous, 

Matthew 23:32
Literal: And you fill up the measure of the fathers of you
KJV: up  then  the measure  fathers. 

Matthew 23:34
Literal: Because of this behold I send to you prophets and wise [men] scribes Some of them you will kill will crucify and [some] of you will flog in the synagogues of you will persecute from town to town
KJV: Wherefore,  behold,  send  unto  prophets,  and  wise men,  and  scribes:  and  some of  them  ye shall kill  and  crucify;  and  some of  them  shall ye scourge  in  synagogues,  and  persecute  them from  city  to  city: 

Matthew 23:35
Literal: so that shall come upon you all [the] blood righteous being poured out upon the earth from the blood of Abel the righteous to of Zechariah son of Berekiah whom you murdered between temple and altar
KJV: That  upon  may come  all  the righteous  blood  shed  upon  the earth,  from  the blood  of righteous  Abel  unto  the blood  of Zacharias  son  of Barachias,  whom  ye slew  between  the temple  and  the altar. 

Matthew 23:36
Literal: Truly I say to you will come these things all upon the generation this
KJV: Verily  I say  All  shall come  upon  generation. 

Matthew 23:37
Literal: Jerusalem Jerusalem - killing the prophets and stoning those having been sent to her How often would I have gathered together the children of you in which way a hen gathers together chicks of her under the wings not you were willing
KJV: O Jerusalem,  thou that killest  the prophets,  and  stonest  them which are sent  unto  thee,  how often  would I  children  together,  even as  a hen  gathereth  chickens  under  her wings,  and  ye would  not! 

Matthew 23:38
Literal: Behold is left to you the house of you desolate
KJV: Behold,  house  is left  desolate. 

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

Matthew 24:2
Literal: - And answering He said to them Not do you see these things all Truly I say to you none not even shall be left here stone upon stone which will be thrown down
KJV: And  said  unto them,  See ye  not  all  verily  I say  be left  here  one stone  upon  another,  that  be thrown down. 

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

Matthew 24:9
Literal: Then will they deliver you to tribulation and will kill you will be hated by all the nations on account of the name of Me
KJV: Then  up  to  be afflicted,  and  shall kill  and  hated  of  all  nations  for  name's sake. 

Matthew 24:20
Literal: Pray however that not might be the flight of you in winter nor on a Sabbath
KJV: But  pray ye  flight  be  in the winter,  neither  the sabbath day: 

Matthew 24:23
Literal: Then if anyone to you says Behold here [is] the Christ or Here not believe [it]
KJV: Then  if  any man  shall say  Lo,  here  is Christ,  or  there;  believe  it not. 

Matthew 24:25
Literal: Behold I have foretold [it] to you
KJV: Behold, 

Matthew 24:26
Literal: If therefore they say to you Behold in the wilderness He is not go forth [or] ‘Behold the inner rooms believe [it]
KJV: Wherefore  if  they shall say  Behold,  in  the desert;  not  forth:  behold,  he is in  the secret chambers;  believe  it not. 

Matthew 24:33
Literal: Thus also you when you see all these things know that near He is at [the] doors
KJV: So  likewise  when  all  know  that  near,  even at  the doors. 

Matthew 24:34
Literal: Truly I say to you that no not will have passed away the generation this until - all these things shall have taken place
KJV: Verily  I say  This  generation  pass,  till  all  be fulfilled. 

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

Matthew 24:44
Literal: Because of this also you be ready for in that not you expect hour the Son - of Man comes
KJV: Therefore  be  also  ready:  for  in such  an hour  as ye think  not  the Son  of man  cometh. 

Matthew 24:47
Literal: Truly I say to you that over all the possessing of him he will set him
KJV: Verily  I say  That  him  ruler  over  all  his 

Matthew 25:8
Literal: - And the foolish to the wise said Give us of the oil of you for the lamps of us are going out
KJV: And  the foolish  said  unto the wise,  Give  of  oil;  for  lamps  are gone out. 

Matthew 25:9
Literal: Answered then the wise saying Lest no not even it might suffice for us and you Go rather to those selling buy for yourselves
KJV: But  the wise  answered,  saying,  Not so; lest  not  enough  and  but  go ye  rather  to them  that sell,  and  buy  for yourselves. 

Matthew 25:12
Literal: - And answering he said Truly I say to you not I do know you
KJV: But  he answered  and said,  Verily  I say  I know  not. 

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

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

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

Matthew 25:25
Literal: And having been afraid having gone away I hid the talent of you in the ground Behold you have what [is] yours
KJV: And  I was afraid,  and went  and hid  talent  in  the earth:  there thou hast  that is thine. 

Matthew 25:27
Literal: It behooved you therefore to put the money of me to the bankers and having come I would have received - - my own with interest
KJV: oughtest  therefore  to have put  money  to the exchangers,  and  then at my coming  should  have received  mine own  with  usury. 

Matthew 25:34
Literal: Then will say the King to those on [the] right hand of Him Come those being blessed of the Father of me inherit the having been prepared for you kingdom from [the] foundation of [the] world
KJV: Then  shall the King  say  unto them on  his  right hand,  Come,  ye blessed  Father,  inherit  the kingdom  prepared  from  the foundation  of the world: 

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

Matthew 25:38
Literal: When now You saw we a stranger and took [You] in Or naked clothed [You]
KJV: When  a stranger,  and  took thee in?  or  naked,  and  clothed 

Matthew 25:39
Literal: When now You saw we ailing or in prison and came to
KJV: Or when  or  in  prison,  and  came  unto 

Matthew 25:40
Literal: And answering the King will say to them Truly I say to you to the extent as much as you did [it] to one of these the brothers of Me least to Me
KJV: And  the King  shall answer  and say  unto them,  Verily  I say  Inasmuch  as  ye have done  it unto one  of the least  brethren,  ye have done 

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

Matthew 25:45
Literal: Then will He answer them saying Truly I say to you to the extent that not you did [it] to one of these the least neither to Me did you
KJV: Then  shall he answer  them,  saying,  Verily  I say  Inasmuch  as  ye did  it not  to one  of the least  ye did  it not 

Matthew 26:13
Literal: Truly I say to you wherever if shall be proclaimed the gospel this in all the world will be spoken of also that which did this [woman] for a memorial of her
KJV: Verily  I say  Wheresoever  gospel  shall be preached  in  the whole  world,  there shall also  this, that  this woman  hath done,  be told  for  a memorial  of her. 

Matthew 26:15
Literal: he said What are you willing me to give and I to you will betray Him - And they appointed to him thirty pieces of silver
KJV: And said  unto them, What  will ye  give  and  I will deliver  him  And  they covenanted  with him  for thirty  pieces of silver. 

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

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

Matthew 26:21
Literal: And [as] they were eating to them He said Truly I say to you that one of you will betray Me
KJV: And  as they  did eat,  he said,  Verily  I say  that  one  of  shall betray 

Matthew 26:25
Literal: Answering now Judas who was betraying Him said Not I is it Rabbi He says to him You have said
KJV: Then  Judas,  which  betrayed  him,  answered  and said,  Master,  is  it  I?  He said  unto him,  Thou  hast said. 

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

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

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

Matthew 26:33
Literal: Answering now - Peter said to Him If all will fall away because of You I never will fall away
KJV: Peter  answered  and  said  unto him,  all  men shall be offended  because  yet will I  never  be offended. 

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

Matthew 26:35
Literal: Says to Him - Peter Even if it were necessary for me with You to die no not You will I deny Likewise also all the disciples said
KJV: Peter  said  unto him,  Though  should  die  with  deny  Likewise  also  said  all  the disciples. 

Matthew 26:39
Literal: And having gone forward a little He fell upon face of Him praying saying Father of Me if possible it is let pass from Me the cup this Nevertheless not as I will but You
KJV: And  further,  and fell  on  his  face,  and  prayed,  saying,  Father,  if  possible,  cup  pass  from  nevertheless  not  as  will,  but  as  thou 

Matthew 26:42
Literal: Again for a second time having gone away He prayed saying Father of Me if not is possible this to pass if not it I drink be done the will of You
KJV: He went away  again  the  second time,  and prayed,  saying,  Father,  if  may  not  pass away  I drink  it,  will  be done. 

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

Matthew 26:62
Literal: And having stood up the high priest said to Him Nothing answer you What these you do witness against
KJV: And  the high priest  arose,  and said  unto him,  Answerest thou  nothing?  what  is it which these  witness against 

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

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

Matthew 26:66
Literal: What you do think - And answering they said Deserving of death He is
KJV: What  think  They answered  and  said,  guilty  of death. 

Matthew 26:68
Literal: saying Prophesy to us Christ who is the [one] having struck You
KJV: Saying,  Prophesy  thou Christ,  Who  that smote 

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

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

Matthew 27:4
Literal: saying I sinned having betrayed blood innocent - Then they said What [is that] to us You will see
KJV: Saying,  I have sinned  in that I have betrayed  the innocent  blood.  And  they said,  What  is that to  thou 

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

Matthew 27:13
Literal: Then says to Him - Pilate Not do you hear how many things You they witness against
KJV: Then  said  Pilate  unto him,  Hearest thou  not  how many things  they witness against 

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

Matthew 27:19
Literal: As was sitting now he on the judgment seat sent to him the wife of him saying [Let there be] nothing between you and the righteous [man] that many things for I suffered today in a dream because of Him
KJV: When  he  was set down  on  the judgment seat,  his  wife  sent  unto  him,  saying,  nothing  to do with that  just man:  for  I have suffered  many things  this day  in  a dream  because  of him. 

Matthew 27:21
Literal: Answering now the governor said to them Which do you desire of the two I release to you - And they said - Barabbas
KJV: The governor  answered  and  said  unto them,  Whether  of  the twain  will ye  that I release  They said,  Barabbas. 

Matthew 27:24
Literal: Having seen now - Pilate that nothing it availed but rather a riot is arising having taken water he washed the hands before the crowd saying Guiltless I am of the blood of this For yourselves you will see
KJV: When  Pilate  that  he could prevail  nothing,  but  that rather  a tumult  was made,  he took  water,  and washed  his hands  before  the multitude,  saying,  I am  innocent  of  the blood 

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

Matthew 28:7
Literal: And quickly having gone say to the disciples of Him that He is risen from the dead behold He goes before you into - Galilee there Him you will see I have told you
KJV: And  go  quickly,  and tell  his  disciples  that  he is risen  from  the dead;  and,  behold,  he goeth before  into  Galilee;  there  him:  lo,  I have told 

Matthew 28:14
Literal: And if is heard this by the governor we will persuade him you out of trouble will keep
KJV: And  if  to  the governor's  ears,  will persuade  him,  and  secure 

Matthew 28:20
Literal: teaching them to observe all things whatever I commanded you And behold I with you am