Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 4983

Word info for σῶμα

Root: σῶμα
Strongs Number: 4983
Transliteration: [soma]
Phonetics: so·mah
Etymology: From 4982
Parts of Speech: n n.
Twot:
Sense: the body both of men or animals (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:


   1 the body both of men or animals.
      1a a dead body or corpse.
      1b the living body.
         1b1 of animals.
   2 the bodies of planets and of stars (heavenly bodies).
   3 is used of a (large or small) number of men closely united into one society, or family as it were; a social, ethical, mystical body.
      3a so in the NT of the church.
   4 that which casts a shadow as distinguished from the shadow itself.
   

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G4983

σῶμά, σώματός, σώματι, σῶμα, σώματα, σώματος, σώματί, Σῶμα, σωμάτων

All words for strongs number G4983 :

Word Occurance
σῶμα 47
σώματος 25
σώματι 20
σῶμά 11
σώματα 9
σώματός 4
σώματί 2
Σῶμα 1
σωμάτων 1

How strongs number G4983 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
body 95
bodies 8
[the] body 4
body [is] 3
a body 3
the body 1
in body 1
the body [is] 1
body [were] 1
bodies [there are] 1
of [the] body 1
of slaves 1

Two strong number together

G4983 G3303

Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 10:28 Destroy both soul and body in hell [και πσυχην και σωμα απολεσαι εν γεεννηι]
Note “soul” here of the eternal spirit, not just life in the body. “Destroy” here is not annihilation, but eternal punishment in Gehenna (the real hell) for which see note on Matthew 5:22. Bruce thinks that the devil as the tempter is here meant, not God as the judge, but surely he is wrong. There is no more needed lesson today than the fear of God. [source]
Matthew 26:26 This is my body [τουτο εστιν το σωμα μου]
The bread as a symbol represents the body of Jesus offered for us, “a beautifully simple, pathetic, and poetic symbol of his death” (Bruce). But some have made it “run into fetish worship” (Bruce). Jesus, of course, does not mean that the bread actually becomes his body and is to be worshipped. The purpose of the memorial is to remind us of his death for our sins. [source]
Mark 14:8 She hath anointed my body aforehand for the burying [προελαβεν μυρισαι το σωμα μου εις τον ενταπιασμον]
Literally, “she took beforehand to anoint my body for the burial.” She anticipated the event. This is Christ‘s justification of her noble deed. Matthew 26:12 also speaks of the burial preparation by Mary, using the verb ενταπιασαι — entaphiasai f0). [source]
Romans 8:10 The body is dead [το μεν σωμα νεκρον]
Has the seeds of death in it and will die “because of sin.” [source]
1 Corinthians 6:13 But the body is not for fornication, but for the Lord, and the Lord for the body [το δε σωμα ου τηι πορνειαι αλλα τωι κυριωι και ο κυριος τωι σωματι]
Paul here boldly shows the fallacy in the parallel about appetite of the belly for food. The human body has a higher mission than the mere gratification of sensual appetite. Sex is of God for the propagation of the race, not for prostitution. Paul had already stated that God dwells in us as the sanctuary of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 3:16.). This higher function of the body he here puts forward against the debased Greek philosophy of the time which ignored completely Paul‘s idea, “the body for the Lord and the Lord for the body” (dative of personal interest in both cases). “The Lord Jesus and πορνεια — porneia contested for the bodies of Christian men; loyal to him they must renounce that, yielding to that they renounce him” (Findlay). [source]
1 Corinthians 6:16 One body [εν σωμα]
With the harlot. That union is for the harlot the same as with the wife. The words quoted from Genesis 2:24 describing the sexual union of husband and wife, are also quoted and explained by Jesus in Matthew 19:5. which see for discussion of the translation Hebraism with use of εις — eis [source]
1 Corinthians 6:19 Your body is a temple [το σωμα υμων ναος εστιν]
A sanctuary as in 1 Corinthians 3:16 which see. Our spirits dwell in our bodies and the Holy Spirit dwells in our spirits. Some of the Gnostics split hairs between the sins of the body and fellowship with God in the spirit. Paul will have none of this subterfuge. One‘s body is the very shrine for the Holy Spirit. In Corinth was the temple to Aphrodite in which fornication was regarded as consecration instead of desecration. Prostitutes were there as priestesses of Aphrodite, to help men worship the goddess by fornication. [source]
1 Corinthians 6:18 sins against his own body [εις το ιδιον σωμα αμαρτανει]
(εις το ιδιον σωμα αμαρτανει — eis to idion sōma hamartanei) in a sense not true of other dreadful sins. The fornicator takes his body which belongs to Christ and unites it with a harlot. In fornication the body is the instrument of sin and becomes the subject of the damage wrought. In another sense fornication brings on one‘s own body the two most terrible bodily diseases that are still incurable (gonorrhea and syphilis) that curse one‘s own body and transmit the curse to the third and fourth generation. Apart from the high view given here by Paul of the relation of the body to the Lord no possible father or mother has the right to lay the hand of such terrible diseases and disaster on their children and children‘s children. The moral and physical rottenness wrought by immorality defy one‘s imagination. [source]
1 Corinthians 9:27 But I buffet my body [αλλα υπωπιαζω μου το σωμα]
In Aristophanes, Aristotle, Plutarch, from υπωπιον — hupōpion and that from υπο — hupo and οπς — ops (in papyri), the part of the face under the eyes, a blow in the face, to beat black and blue. In N.T. only here and Luke 18:5 which see. Paul does not, like the Gnostics, consider his σαρχ — sarx or his σωμα — sōma sinful and evil. But “it is like the horses in a chariot race, which must be kept well in hand by whip and rein if the prize is to be secured” (Robertson and Plummer). The boxers often used boxing gloves (χεστυς — cestus of ox-hide bands) which gave telling blows. Paul was not willing for his body to be his master. He found good as the outcome of this self-discipline (2 Corinthians 12:7; Romans 8:13; Colossians 2:23; Colossians 3:5). [source]
1 Corinthians 10:17 One body [εν σωμα]
Here the mystical spiritual body of Christ as in 1 Corinthians 12:12., the spiritual kingdom or church of which Christ is head (Colossians 1:18; Ephesians 5:23). [source]
1 Corinthians 11:29 If he discern not the body [μη διακρινων το σωμα]
So-called conditional use of the participle, “not judging the body.” Thus he eats and drinks judgment (κριμα — krima) on himself. The verb διακρινω — diȧkrinō is an old and common word, our dis-cri-minate, to distinguish. Eating the bread and drinking the wine as symbols of the Lord‘s body and blood in death probes one‘s heart to the very depths. [source]
1 Corinthians 12:13 Were we all baptized into one body [ημεις παντες εις εν σωμα εβαπτιστημεν]
First aorist passive indicative of βαπτιζω — baptizō and so a reference to a definite past event with each of them of different races, nations, classes, when each of them put on the outward badge of service to Christ, the symbol of the inward changes already wrought in them by the Holy Spirit (Galatians 3:27; Romans 6:2.). [source]
1 Corinthians 12:17 If the whole body were an eye [ει ολον το σωμα οπταλμος]
The eye is the most wonderful organ and supremely useful (Numbers 10:31), the very light of the body (Luke 11:34). And yet how grotesque it would be if there were nothing else but a great round rolling eye! A big “I” surely! [source]
1 Corinthians 12:20 Many members, but one body [πολλα μελη εν δε σωμα]
The argument in a nutshell, in one epigram. [source]
1 Corinthians 12:24 Tempered the body together [συνεκερασεν το σωμα]
First aorist active indicative of συνκεραννυμι — sunkerannumi to mix together, old word, but in N.T. only here and Hebrews 4:2. Plato used this very word of the way God compounded (συνεκερασατο — sunekerasato) the various elements of the body in creating soul and body. Paul rejects the idea of the later Gnostics that matter is evil and the physical organs degrading. He gives a noble picture of the body with its wonderful organs planned to be the temple of God‘s Spirit (1 Corinthians 6:19) in opposition to the Epicurean sensualists in Corinth. [source]
1 Corinthians 15:37 Not the body which shall be [ου το σωμα το γενησομενον]
Articular future participle of γινομαι — ginomai literally, “not the body that will become.” The new body (σωμα — sōma) is not yet in existence, but only the seed (κοκκος — kokkos grain, old word, as in Matthew 13:31). [source]
1 Corinthians 15:38 A body of its own [ιδιον σωμα]
Even under the microscope the life cells or germ plasm may seem almost identical, but the plant is quite distinct. On σπερμα — sperma seed, old word from σπειρω — speirō to sow, see Matthew 13:24. [source]
1 Corinthians 15:44 A natural body [σωμα πσυχικον]
See note on 1 Corinthians 2:14 for this word, a difficult one to translate since πσυχη — psuchē has so many meanings. Natural is probably as good a rendering as can be made, but it is not adequate, for the body here is not all πσυχη — psuchē either as soul or life. The same difficulty exists as to a spiritual body The resurrection body is not wholly πνευμα — pneuma Caution is needed here in filling out details concerning the πσυχη — psuchē and the πνευμα — pneuma But certainly he means to say that the “spiritual body” has some kind of germinal connection with the “natural body,” though the development is glorious beyond our comprehension though not beyond the power of Christ to perform (Philemon 3:21). The force of the argument remains unimpaired though we cannot follow fully into the thought beyond us. [source]
Ephesians 4:4 One body [εν σωμα]
One mystical body of Christ (the spiritual church or kingdom, cf. Ephesians 1:23; Ephesians 2:16). [source]
1 Thessalonians 5:23 Your spirit and soul and body [υμων το πνευμα και η πσυχη και το σωμα]
Not necessarily trichotomy as opposed to dichotomy as elsewhere in Paul‘s Epistles. Both believers and unbelievers have an inner man (soul πσυχη — psuchē mind νους — nous heart καρδια — kardia the inward man ο εσω αντρωπος — ho esō anthrōpos) and the outer man But the believer has the Holy Spirit of God, the renewed spirit of man (1 Corinthians 2:11; Romans 8:9-11). Be preserved entire (ολοκληρον — holoklēron tērētheiē). First aorist passive optative in wish for the future. Note singular verb and singular adjective (neuter) showing that Paul conceives of the man as “an undivided whole” (Frame), prayer for the consecration of both body and soul (cf. 1 Corinthians 6). The adjective ολος — holoklēron is in predicate and is an old form and means complete in all its parts (κληρος — holos whole, Τελειος — klēros lot or part). There is to be no deficiency in any part. τελος — Teleios (from αμεμπτως — telos end) means final perfection. Without blame Old adverb Milligan notes it in certain sepulchral inscriptions discovered in Thessalonica. At the coming (en tēi parousiāi). The Second Coming which was a sustaining hope to Paul as it should be to us and mentioned often in this Epistle (see note on 1 Thessalonians 2:19). [source]
James 3:2 To bridle the whole body also [χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα]
See note on James 1:26 for this rare verb applied to the tongue Here the same metaphor is used and shown to apply to the whole body as horses are led by the mouth. The man follows his own mouth whether he controls the bridle therein (James 1:26) or someone else holds the reins. James apparently means that the man who bridles his tongue does not stumble in speech and is able also to control his whole body with all its passions. See Titus 1:11 about stopping people‘s mouths (επιστομιζω — epistomizō). [source]
James 3:6 Which defileth the whole body [η σπιλουσα ολον το σωμα]
Present active participle of σπιλοω — spiloō late Koiné, verb, to stain from σπιλος — spilos (spot, also late word, in N.T. only in Ephesians 5:27; 2 Peter 2:13), in N.T. only here and Judges 1:23. Cf. James 1:27 ασπιλον — aspilon (unspotted). [source]

Greek Commentary Content Search

1 Corinthians 15:37 Not the body which shall be [ου το σωμα το γενησομενον]
Articular future participle of γινομαι — ginomai literally, “not the body that will become.” The new body (σωμα — sōma) is not yet in existence, but only the seed (κοκκος — kokkos grain, old word, as in Matthew 13:31). [source]
1 Corinthians 6:18 sins against his own body [εις το ιδιον σωμα αμαρτανει]
(εις το ιδιον σωμα αμαρτανει — eis to idion sōma hamartanei) in a sense not true of other dreadful sins. The fornicator takes his body which belongs to Christ and unites it with a harlot. In fornication the body is the instrument of sin and becomes the subject of the damage wrought. In another sense fornication brings on one‘s own body the two most terrible bodily diseases that are still incurable (gonorrhea and syphilis) that curse one‘s own body and transmit the curse to the third and fourth generation. Apart from the high view given here by Paul of the relation of the body to the Lord no possible father or mother has the right to lay the hand of such terrible diseases and disaster on their children and children‘s children. The moral and physical rottenness wrought by immorality defy one‘s imagination. [source]
1 Corinthians 9:27 But I buffet my body [αλλα υπωπιαζω μου το σωμα]
In Aristophanes, Aristotle, Plutarch, from υπωπιον — hupōpion and that from υπο — hupo and οπς — ops (in papyri), the part of the face under the eyes, a blow in the face, to beat black and blue. In N.T. only here and Luke 18:5 which see. Paul does not, like the Gnostics, consider his σαρχ — sarx or his σωμα — sōma sinful and evil. But “it is like the horses in a chariot race, which must be kept well in hand by whip and rein if the prize is to be secured” (Robertson and Plummer). The boxers often used boxing gloves (χεστυς — cestus of ox-hide bands) which gave telling blows. Paul was not willing for his body to be his master. He found good as the outcome of this self-discipline (2 Corinthians 12:7; Romans 8:13; Colossians 2:23; Colossians 3:5). [source]

120 Verses with G4983

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 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 10:28
Literal: And not you should be afraid of those killing the body the however soul being able to kill you should fear rather the [One] being able both to destroy in hell
KJV: And  fear  not  them which  kill  the body,  but  not  able  to kill  the soul:  but  rather  fear  him which  is able  to destroy  both  soul  and  body  in  hell. 

Matthew 26:12
Literal: In pouring for this [woman] the fragrant oil this on the body of Me for burial of Me she did [it]
KJV: For in that  she  hath poured  ointment  on  body,  she did  it for  burial. 

Matthew 26:26
Literal: [As] they were eating now of them having taken - Jesus bread and having blessed broke [it] having given to the disciples He said Take eat this is the body of Me
KJV: And  as they  were eating,  Jesus  took  bread,  and  blessed  it, and brake  it, and  gave  it to the disciples,  and  said,  Take,  eat;  body. 

Matthew 27:52
Literal: and the tombs were opened many bodies of the having fallen asleep saints arose
KJV: And  the graves  were opened;  and  many  bodies  of the saints  which  slept  arose, 

Matthew 27:58
Literal: He having gone - to Pilate asked for the body - of Jesus Then - Pilate commanded it to be given up
KJV: He  went  to Pilate,  and begged  the body  of Jesus.  Then  Pilate  commanded  the body  to be delivered. 

Matthew 27:59
Literal: And having taken the body - Joseph wrapped it in a linen cloth clean
KJV: And  when Joseph  had taken  the body,  he wrapped  it  in a clean  linen cloth, 

Mark 5:29
Literal: And immediately was dried up the flow of the blood of her she knew in the body that she was healed from the affliction
KJV: And  straightway  the fountain  of her  blood  was dried up;  and  she felt  in her body  that  she was healed  of  that plague. 

Mark 14:8
Literal: What she could she did She came beforehand to anoint the body of Me for the burial
KJV: She hath done  what  could:  she is come aforehand  to anoint  body  to  the burying. 

Mark 14:22
Literal: And they were eating of them having taken bread having spoken a blessing He broke gave to them said Take this is the body of Me
KJV: And  as they  did eat,  took  bread,  and blessed,  and brake  it, and  gave  to them,  and  said,  Take,  body. 

Mark 15:43
Literal: having come Joseph - from Arimathea a prominent Council member who also himself was waiting for the kingdom - of God having boldness went in to - Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus
KJV: Joseph  of  Arimathaea,  an honourable  counsellor,  which  also  waited  the kingdom  of God,  came,  and went in  boldly  unto  Pilate,  and  craved  the body  of Jesus. 

Luke 11:34
Literal: The lamp of your body is eye of you When clear is also all the body light when however evil it be [is] dark
KJV: The light  of the body  the eye:  when  eye  single,  whole  body  also  full of light;  but  when  evil,  body  also  is full of darkness. 

Luke 11:36
Literal: If therefore the body of you [is] full of light not having part any dark it will be light all as when the lamp - shining might light you
KJV: If  whole  body  therefore  be full of light,  having  no  part  dark,  the whole  full of light,  as  when  the bright shining  of a candle  light. 

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

Luke 12:22
Literal: He said then to the disciples of Him Because of this I say to you not be anxious for the life what you should eat nor for the body of you you should put on
KJV: And  he said  unto  his  disciples,  Therefore  I say  no  thought  life,  what  ye shall eat;  neither  for the body,  what  ye shall put on. 

Luke 12:23
Literal: The for life more than is the food and the body than the clothing
KJV: The life  more  than meat,  and  the body  is more than raiment. 

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

Luke 22:19
Literal: And having taken [the] bread having given thanks He broke [it] gave to them saying This is the body of Me which for you is given this do in the of Me remembrance
KJV: And  he took  bread,  and gave thanks,  and brake  it, and  gave  unto them,  saying,  body  which  is given  for  do  in remembrance  of  me. 

Luke 23:52
Literal: He having gone - to Pilate asked [for] the body - of Jesus
KJV: This  man went  unto Pilate,  and begged  the body  of Jesus. 

Luke 23:55
Literal: Having followed then the women who were come out of - Galilee with Him saw the tomb and how was laid the body of Him
KJV: And  the women  also,  which  with him  from  Galilee,  followed after,  and beheld  the sepulchre,  and  how  his  body  was laid. 

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

Luke 24:23
Literal: and not having found the body of Him they came declaring also a vision of angels to have seen who say He is alive
KJV: And  when they found  not  his  body,  they came,  saying,  also  seen  a vision  of angels,  which  said  that he  was alive. 

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

John 19:31
Literal: - Therefore the Jews because [the] Preparation it was so that not would remain on the cross the bodies on the Sabbath was for a high - day that - Sabbath asked - Pilate that might be broken their - legs and they might be taken away
KJV: The Jews  therefore,  because  the preparation,  the bodies  remain  upon  the cross  on  the sabbath day,  (for  that  sabbath day  an high  day,)  besought  Pilate  that  their  legs  might be broken,  and  that they might be taken away. 

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

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

John 20:12
Literal: and she sees two angels in white sitting one at the head the feet where had lain the body - of Jesus
KJV: And  seeth  two  angels  in  white  sitting,  the one  at  the head,  and  the other  at  the feet,  where  the body  of Jesus  had lain. 

Acts 9:40
Literal: Having put then outside all - Peter and having bowed the knees he prayed having turned to the body he said Tabitha arise - And she opened the eyes of her having seen - Peter she sat up
KJV: But  Peter  put  them all  forth,  and kneeled down,  and prayed;  and  turning  him to  the body  said,  Tabitha,  arise.  And  she opened  her  eyes:  and  Peter,  she sat up. 

Romans 1:24
Literal: Therefore gave up them - God in the desires of the hearts of them to impurity - to dishonor the bodies between themselves
KJV: Wherefore  God  them  up  to  uncleanness  through  the lusts  of their own  hearts,  to dishonour  their own  bodies  between 

Romans 4:19
Literal: And not having become weak in the faith he considered - of himself the body already having become dead a hundred years old about being the lifelessness of the womb of Sarah
KJV: And  being not  weak  in faith,  he considered  his own  body  now  dead,  when he was  about  an hundred years old,  neither yet  the deadness  of Sara's  womb: 

Romans 6:6
Literal: this knowing that - old of us self was crucified with [Him] so that might be annulled the body - of sin [that] no longer are enslaved we - to sin
KJV: Knowing  that  old  man  is crucified with  him, that  the body  of sin  might be destroyed,  not  serve  sin. 

Romans 6:12
Literal: Not therefore let reign - sin in the mortal of you body in order - to obey the desires of it
KJV: not  sin  therefore  reign  in  mortal  body,  that  ye should obey  it  in  the lusts  thereof. 

Romans 7:4
Literal: Likewise brothers of me also you have been put to death to the law through the body - of Christ for - to belong you to another to the [One] out from [the] dead having been raised so that we should bear fruit - to God
KJV: Wherefore,  brethren,  also  are become dead  to the law  by  the body  of Christ;  that  should be married  to another,  even to him who is raised  from  the dead,  that  we should bring forth fruit  unto God. 

Romans 7:24
Literal: O wretched I am man Who me will deliver out of the body - of death this
KJV: O wretched  man  that I am!  who  shall deliver  from  the body  death? 

Romans 8:10
Literal: If however Christ [is] in you the indeed body [is] dead on account of sin Spirit [is] life righteousness
KJV: And  if  Christ  be in  the body  is dead  because  of sin;  but  the Spirit  is life  because  of righteousness. 

Romans 8:11
Literal: If now the Spirit of the [One] having raised up - Jesus out from [the] dead dwells in you the [One] having raised up out from [the] dead Christ will give life also to the mortal bodies of you on account of - dwelling His Spirit
KJV: But  if  the Spirit  of him that raised up  Jesus  from  the dead  dwell  in  he that raised up  Christ  from  the dead  also  quicken  mortal  bodies  by  his  Spirit  that dwelleth  in 

Romans 8:13
Literal: If for according to flesh you live you are about to die however by [the] Spirit the deeds of the body you put to death you will live
KJV: For  if  ye live  after  the flesh,  ye shall  die:  but  if  through the Spirit  do mortify  the deeds  of the body,  ye shall live. 

Romans 8:23
Literal: Not only [so] now but even ourselves the firstfruit of the Spirit having we also in ourselves groan divine adoption as sons awaiting redemption body of us
KJV: And  not  only  they, but  ourselves  also,  which have  the firstfruits  of the Spirit,  even  ourselves  groan  within  ourselves,  waiting  for the adoption,  to wit, the redemption  body. 

Romans 12:1
Literal: I exhort therefore you brothers through the compassions - of God to present the bodies of you a sacrifice living holy - to God well-pleasing which is [the] reasonable service
KJV: I beseech  therefore,  brethren,  by  the mercies  of God,  that ye present  bodies  a living  sacrifice,  holy,  acceptable  unto God,  reasonable  service. 

Romans 12:4
Literal: Just as for in one body many members we have - now the members all not the same have function
KJV: For  as  we have  many  members  in  one  body,  and  all  members  have  not  the same  office: 

Romans 12:5
Literal: so the many one body we are in Christ - and individually one of another members
KJV: So  being many,  one  body  in  Christ,  and  every  one  members  one of another. 

1 Corinthians 5:3
Literal: I indeed though being absent - in body being present now in spirit already have judged as the [one] so this having produced
KJV: For  verily,  as  absent  in body,  but  present  in spirit,  have judged  already,  as  though I were present,  so  done 

1 Corinthians 6:13
Literal: The foods for the belly and the belly the for foods - but God both this these will destroy - and the body [is] not - for sexual immorality but for the Lord the Lord for the body
KJV: Meats  for the belly,  and  the belly  for meats:  but  God  shall destroy  both  Now  the body  is not  for fornication,  but  for the Lord;  and  the Lord  for the body. 

1 Corinthians 6:15
Literal: Not know you that the bodies of you members of Christ are Having taken then the members of the Christ shall I make [them] of a prostitute Never may it be
KJV: Know ye  not  that  bodies  the members  of Christ?  then  take  the members  of Christ,  and make  them the members  of an harlot?  God forbid. 

1 Corinthians 6:16
Literal: Or not know you that the [one] being joined to the prostitute one body is Will become for it says the two into flesh one
KJV: What?  know ye  not  that  he which is joined  to an harlot  one  body?  for  two,  saith he,  one  flesh. 

1 Corinthians 6:18
Literal: Flee - sexual immorality Every sin whatever if might do a man outside the body is the [one] however sinning sexually against the own body sins
KJV: Flee  fornication.  Every  sin  that  a man  doeth  without  the body;  but  he that committeth fornication  sinneth  against  his own  body. 

1 Corinthians 6:19
Literal: Or not know you that the body of you a temple of the in you Holy Spirit is whom you have from God And you are your own
KJV: What?  know ye  not  that  body  the temple  of the Holy  Ghost  which is in  which  ye have  of  God,  and  not  your own? 

1 Corinthians 6:20
Literal: you were bought for with a price glorify therefore - God in the body of you and spirit which are - God’s
KJV: For  ye are bought  with a price:  therefore  glorify  God  in  body,  and  in  spirit,  which  God's. 

1 Corinthians 7:4
Literal: The wife the own body not has authority over but the husband likewise now also husband of the wife
KJV: The wife  not  power  of her own  body,  but  the husband:  and  likewise  also  the husband  not  power  of his own  body,  but  the wife. 

1 Corinthians 7:34
Literal: and is divided the woman - unmarried virgin cares for the things of the Lord that she should be holy both in body spirit the [one] however having been married world how she should please the husband
KJV: There is difference also between  a wife  and  a virgin.  The unmarried woman  careth for  the things  of the Lord,  that  holy  both  in body  and  in spirit:  but  she that is married  careth  for the things  of the world,  how  she may please  her husband. 

1 Corinthians 9:27
Literal: But I batter of me the body and bring [it] into servitude not hardly to others having preached myself disqualified I might be
KJV: But  I keep under  body,  and  bring it into subjection:  when I have preached  to others,  I myself  should be  a castaway. 

1 Corinthians 10:16
Literal: The cup - of blessing that we bless not a participation is it in the blood - of Christ The bread that we break body is it
KJV: The cup  of blessing  which  we bless,  not  the communion  of the blood  of Christ?  The bread  which  we break,  not  the communion  of the body  of Christ? 

1 Corinthians 10:17
Literal: Because [there is] one loaf one body the many we are - for all of the one loaf we partake
KJV: For  being many  one  bread,  and one  body:  for  all  partakers  of  that one  bread. 

1 Corinthians 11:24
Literal: and having given thanks He broke [it] said This of Me is the body which [is] for you this do in - of Me remembrance
KJV: And  when he had given thanks,  he brake  it, and  said,  body,  which  is broken  for  do  in  remembrance  of me. 

1 Corinthians 11:27
Literal: Therefore whoever - should eat the bread or should drink the cup of the Lord unworthily guilty will be of the body and blood
KJV: Wherefore  whosoever  shall eat  bread,  and  drink  this cup  of the Lord,  unworthily,  guilty  of the body  and  blood  of the Lord. 

1 Corinthians 11:29
Literal: The [one] for eating and drinking judgment on himself eats drinks not discerning the body
KJV: For  he that eateth  and  drinketh  eateth  and  drinketh  damnation  to himself,  not  discerning  body. 

1 Corinthians 12:12
Literal: Just as for the body one is and members many has all now the members of the body many being are so also [is] - Christ
KJV: For  as  the body  one,  and  hath  many  members,  and  all  the members  of that one  body,  many,  one  body:  so  also  is Christ. 

1 Corinthians 12:13
Literal: Also for in one Spirit we all into one body were baptized whether Jews or Greeks slaves free and Spirit we were made to drink
KJV: For  by  one  Spirit  all  baptized  into  one  body,  whether  we be Jews  or  Gentiles,  whether  we be bond  or  free;  and  all  made to drink  into  one  Spirit. 

1 Corinthians 12:14
Literal: Also for the body not is one member but many
KJV: For  the body  not  one  member,  but  many. 

1 Corinthians 12:15
Literal: If should say the foot Because not I am a hand of the body not on account of this is it
KJV: If  the foot  shall say,  Because  I am  not  the hand,  I am  not  of  the body;  it therefore  of  the body? 

1 Corinthians 12:16
Literal: And if should say the ear Because not I am an eye of the body not on account of this is it
KJV: And  if  the ear  shall say,  Because  I am  not  the eye,  I am  not  of  the body;  it therefore  of  the body? 

1 Corinthians 12:17
Literal: If all the body [were] an eye where [would be] the hearing [were] hearing sense of smell
KJV: If  the whole  body  were an eye,  where  were the hearing?  If  the whole  were hearing,  where  were the smelling? 

1 Corinthians 12:18
Literal: Now however - God has arranged the members one each of them in the body as He desired
KJV: But  now  God  set  the members  every  one  of them  in  the body,  as  it hath pleased him. 

1 Corinthians 12:19
Literal: If now were - all one member where [would be] the body
KJV: And  if  all  one  member,  where  were the body? 

1 Corinthians 12:20
Literal: Now however many even [are the] members one body
KJV: But  now  are they many  members,  yet but  one  body. 

1 Corinthians 12:22
Literal: But much rather those seeming members of the body weaker to be indispensable are
KJV: Nay,  much  more  those members  of the body,  which seem  to be  more feeble,  necessary: 

1 Corinthians 12:23
Literal: and those which we think less honorable to be of the body these honor more abundant we bestow the unpresentable [parts] of us decorum have
KJV: And  those  members of the body,  which we think  less honourable,  we bestow  honour;  and  uncomely  parts have  comeliness. 

1 Corinthians 12:24
Literal: - and the presentable [parts] of us no need have But - God has composed the body to the [parts] being deficient more abundant having given honor
KJV: For  comely  parts have  no  need:  but  God  the body  together,  having given  honour  to that part which lacked: 

1 Corinthians 12:25
Literal: that not there should be division in the body but the same for one another should have concern the members
KJV: schism  in  the body;  but  that the members  the same  care  one for  another. 

1 Corinthians 12:27
Literal: You now are [the] body of Christ and members in particular
KJV: Now  the body  of Christ,  and  members  in  particular. 

1 Corinthians 13:3
Literal: And if I may give away all the possessions of me I may deliver up the body that I may boast love however not have nothing I am profited
KJV: And  though  all  to feed  the poor, and  though  I give  body  to  and  have  not  charity,  it profiteth me  nothing. 

1 Corinthians 15:35
Literal: But will say someone How are raised the dead With what then body do they come
KJV: But  some  man will say,  How  the dead  raised up?  and  with what  body  do they come? 

1 Corinthians 15:37
Literal: And what you sow not the body that will be but a bare grain if it may be of wheat or of some of the rest
KJV: And  that which  thou sowest,  not  that body  that shall be,  but  bare  grain,  it may chance  of wheat,  or  of some  other 

1 Corinthians 15:38
Literal: - But God gives it a body as He has willed and to each of the seeds its own body
KJV: But  God  giveth  it  a body  as  it hath pleased him,  and  to every  seed  his own  body. 

1 Corinthians 15:40
Literal: And bodies [there are] heavenly bodies earthly But one truly [is] the of the heavenly glory another now that earthly
KJV: There are also  celestial  bodies,  and  bodies  terrestrial:  but  the glory  of the celestial  is one,  and  the glory of the terrestrial  is another. 

1 Corinthians 15:44
Literal: It is sown a body natural it is raised spiritual If there is also
KJV: It is sown  a natural  body;  it is raised  a spiritual  body.  a natural  body,  and  a spiritual  body. 

2 Corinthians 4:10
Literal: always the death - [of] Jesus in [our] body carrying around so that also the life of Jesus the of us should be manifested
KJV: Always  bearing about  in  the body  the dying  Jesus,  that  the life  also  of Jesus  might be made manifest  in  body. 

2 Corinthians 5:6
Literal: being confident therefore always and knowing that being at home in the body we are absent from the Lord
KJV: Therefore  we are always  confident,  knowing  that,  whilst we are at home  in  the body,  we are absent  from  the Lord: 

2 Corinthians 5:8
Literal: We are confident now and are pleased rather to be absent out of the body to be at home with the Lord
KJV: We are confident,  I say, and  willing  rather  to be absent  from  the body,  and  to be present  with  the Lord. 

2 Corinthians 5:10
Literal: - For all of us to be revealed it behooves before the judgment seat - of Christ that may receive back each the things [done] in body according to what he did whether good or evil
KJV: For  must  all  appear  before  the judgment seat  of Christ;  that  every one  may receive  the things done in  his body,  according  to that  he hath done,  whether  it be good  or 

2 Corinthians 10:10
Literal: For the letters indeed they say [are] weighty and strong - but the presence of the body weak the speech having been ignored
KJV: For  his letters,  say they,  are weighty  and  powerful;  but  his bodily  presence  is weak,  and  his speech  contemptible. 

2 Corinthians 12:2
Literal: I know a man in Christ ago years fourteen whether [the] body not or out of the body - God knows having been caught up - such a man to [the] third heaven
KJV: I knew  a man  in  Christ  fourteen  years  ago,  (whether  in  the body,  I cannot  tell;  or whether  out  of the body,  I cannot  tell:  God  knoweth;)  such an one  caught up  to  the third  heaven. 

2 Corinthians 12:3
Literal: And I know - such a man whether in [the] body or out of the body not - God knows
KJV: And  I knew  such  a man,  (whether  in  the body,  or  of the body,  I cannot  tell:  God  knoweth;) 

Galatians 6:17
Literal: The henceforth troubles to me no one let give I for the marks - of Jesus on of the body of me bear
KJV: From henceforth  no man  trouble  me:  for  bear  in  body  the marks  Jesus. 

Ephesians 1:23
Literal: which is the body of Him fullness of the [One] - all in all filling
KJV: Which  his  body,  the fulness  of him that filleth  all  in  all. 

Ephesians 2:16
Literal: and He might reconcile - both in one body - to God through the cross having slain the hostility by it
KJV: And  that he might reconcile  both  unto God  in  one  body  by  the cross,  having slain  the enmity  thereby: 

Ephesians 4:4
Literal: one body and Spirit just as also you were called into one hope of the calling of you
KJV: There is one  body,  and  one  Spirit,  even as  ye are called  in  hope  calling; 

Ephesians 4:12
Literal: toward the perfecting of the saints for [the] work of ministry [the] building up of the body - of Christ
KJV: For  the perfecting  of the saints,  for  the work  of the ministry,  for  the edifying  of the body  of Christ: 

Ephesians 4:16
Literal: from whom all the body being joined together and being held together by every ligament of [its] supply according to [the] working in [the] measure individual of each part the increase of the body makes for itself to [the] building up of itself love
KJV: From  whom  the whole  body  fitly joined together  and  compacted  by  that which every  joint  supplieth,  according  to the effectual working  in  the measure  of every  part,  maketh  increase  of the body  unto  the edifying  of itself  in  love. 

Ephesians 5:23
Literal: for [the] husband is head of the wife as also - Christ [is the] head church He Himself Savior of the body
KJV: For  the husband  the head  of the wife,  even  as  Christ  is the head  of the church:  and  he  the saviour  of the body. 

Ephesians 5:28
Literal: So ought also - husbands to love the of themselves wives as the bodies The [one] loving the of himself wife himself loves
KJV: So  ought  men  to love  their  wives  as  their own  bodies.  He that loveth  his  wife  loveth  himself. 

Ephesians 5:30
Literal: for members we are of the body of Him of the flesh of him and of the bones of him
KJV: For  members  of his  body,  of  his  flesh,  and  of  his  bones. 

Philippians 1:20
Literal: according to the earnest expectation and hope of me that in nothing I will be ashamed but all boldness as always also now will be magnified Christ the body whether by life or death
KJV: According  earnest expectation  and  my hope,  that  in  nothing  I shall be ashamed,  but  that with  all  boldness,  as  always,  so now  also  Christ  shall be magnified  in  body,  whether  it be by  life,  or  by  death. 

Philippians 3:21
Literal: who will transform the body - of humiliation of us conformed to the body of the glory of Himself according to the working - enabling Him even to subdue to Himself - all things
KJV: Who  shall change  vile  body,  it  fashioned like unto  his  glorious  body,  according to  the working  whereby he  is able  even  to subdue  all things 

Colossians 1:18
Literal: And He is the head of the body the church who the beginning firstborn out from the dead so that might be in all things He holding preeminence
KJV: And  he  the head  of the body,  the church:  who  the beginning,  the firstborn  from  the dead;  that  in  all  things he  might have  the preeminence. 

Colossians 1:22
Literal: now however He has reconciled [You] in the body of the flesh of Him through - death to present you holy and unblemished blameless before Him
KJV: In  the body  of his  flesh  through  death,  to present  holy  and  unblameable  and  unreproveable  in his  sight: 

Colossians 1:24
Literal: Now I rejoice in the sufferings for you and I am filling up that which is lacking of the tribulations - of Christ the flesh of me the body of Him which is the church
KJV: Who  now  rejoice  in  sufferings  for  and  fill up  that which is behind  of the afflictions  of Christ  in  flesh  his  body's  sake,  the church: 

Colossians 2:11
Literal: in whom also you were circumcised with [the] circumcision made without hands the removal of the body of the flesh circumcision - of Christ
KJV: In  whom  also  ye are circumcised  with the circumcision  made without hands,  in  putting off  the body  of the flesh  by  the circumcision  of Christ: 

Colossians 2:17
Literal: which are a shadow the things coming the however body [is] - of Christ
KJV: Which  a shadow  of things to come;  but  the body  is of Christ. 

Colossians 2:19
Literal: and not holding fast to the head from whom all the body by the joints ligaments being supplied being knit together increases with the increase - of God
KJV: And  not  holding  the Head,  from  which  all  the body  by  joints  and  bands  having nourishment ministered,  and  knit together,  increaseth  with the increase  of God. 

Colossians 2:23
Literal: which are an appearance indeed having of wisdom in self-imposed worship and humility harsh treatment of [the] body not of honor a certain against [the] indulgence of the flesh
KJV: Which things  have  indeed  of wisdom  in  will worship,  and  humility,  and  neglecting  of the body;  not  in  any  honour  to  the satisfying  of the flesh. 

Colossians 3:15
Literal: And the peace - from Christ let rule in the hearts of you to which also you were called one body thankful be
KJV: And  the peace  rule  in  hearts,  to  the which  also  ye are called  in  one  body;  and  be ye  thankful. 

1 Thessalonians 5:23
Literal: Himself now the God - of peace may sanctify you completely and entirely your - spirit - soul body blameless at the coming of the Lord of us Jesus Christ may be preserved
KJV: And  the very  God  of peace  sanctify  wholly;  and  whole  spirit  and  soul  and  body  be preserved  blameless  unto  the coming  Lord  Jesus  Christ. 

Hebrews 10:5
Literal: Therefore coming into the world He says Sacrifice and offering not You have desired a body however You have prepared me
KJV: Wherefore  when he cometh  into  the world,  he saith,  Sacrifice  and  offering  thou wouldest  not,  but  a body  hast thou prepared 

Hebrews 10:10
Literal: By that will having been sanctified we are through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all
KJV: By  the which  will  sanctified  through  the offering  of the body  of Jesus  Christ  once 

Hebrews 10:22
Literal: we should draw near with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith having been sprinkled clean [our] hearts from a conscience evil and having been washed [our] body with water pure
KJV: Let us draw near  with  a true  heart  in  full assurance  of faith,  our hearts  sprinkled  from  an evil  conscience,  and  our bodies  washed  with pure  water. 

Hebrews 13:3
Literal: Remember - prisoners as being bound with [them] those being mistreated also yourselves being in [the] body
KJV: Remember  them that are in bonds,  as  bound with them;  and them which suffer adversity,  as  yourselves  also  in  the body. 

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

James 2:16
Literal: says then anyone to them out from you Go in peace be warmed and be filled not gives however the needful things for the body what [is] the profit
KJV: And  one  of  say  unto them,  Depart  in  peace,  be ye warmed  and  filled;  notwithstanding  ye give  them  not  those things which are needful  to the body;  what  doth it profit? 

James 2:26
Literal: Just as for the body apart from spirit dead is so also - faith works dead
KJV: For  as  the body  without  the spirit  dead,  so  faith  without  works  dead  also. 

James 3:2
Literal: In many ways for we stumble all If anyone in what he says not does stumble this one [is] a perfect man able to bridle indeed all the body
KJV: For  in many things  we offend  all.  offend  not  in  word,  the same  is a perfect  man,  and able  also  to bridle  the whole  body. 

James 3:3
Literal: If now of the horses - bits into the mouths we put for - to obey them us even all the body of them we turn about
KJV: we put  bits  in  the horses'  mouths,  they  may obey  and  we turn about  their  whole  body. 

James 3:6
Literal: Also the tongue [is] a fire the world - of iniquity tongue is set among the members of us - defiling all the body and setting on fire the course of nature and [itself] being set on fire by hell
KJV: And  the tongue  is a fire,  a world  of iniquity:  is  the tongue  among  members,  that it defileth  the whole  body,  and  setteth on fire  the course  of nature;  and  it is set on fire  of  hell. 

1 Peter 2:24
Literal: Who the sins of us Himself bore in the body of Him on the tree so that - to sins having been dead - to righteousness we might live By whose - wounds you have been healed
KJV: Who  his own self  bare  sins  in  his own  body  on  the tree,  that  being dead  to sins,  should live  unto righteousness:  by  whose  stripes  ye were healed. 

Jude 1:9
Literal: - But Michael the archangel when with the devil disputing he was reasoning about - Moses’ body not did dare a judgment to bring against [him] blasphemous but said Rebuke you [the] Lord

Revelation 18:13
Literal: and cinnamon spice incense myrrh frankincense wine oil finest flour wheat cattle sheep of horses of chariots of slaves souls of men
KJV: And  cinnamon,  and  odours,  and  ointments,  and  frankincense,  and  wine,  and  oil,  and  fine flour,  and  wheat,  and  beasts,  and  sheep,  and  horses,  and  chariots,  and  slaves,  and  souls  of men. 

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