Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 5547

Word info for Χριστός

Root: Χριστός
Strongs Number: 5547
Transliteration: [Christos]
Phonetics: khris·tos
Etymology: From 5548
Parts of Speech: adj.
Twot:
Sense: Christ was the Messiah, the Son of God (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:


   1 Christ was the Messiah, the Son of God.
   2 anointed.
   Additional Information: Christ = “anointed”.
   

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G5547

Χριστοῦ, Χριστός, Χριστὸς, 〈Χριστὸς〉, Χριστέ, Χριστόν, (Χριστὸν, Χριστὸν, Χριστόν}, {Χριστόν}, Χριστῷ, ‹Χριστοῦ›, χριστοῦ⧽, ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ, ⧼χριστὸν, (Χριστός), χριστοῦ, (Χριστοῦ)

All words for strongs number G5547 :

Word Occurance
Χριστοῦ 235
Χριστῷ 96
Χριστὸς 65
Χριστὸν 43
Χριστός 39
Χριστόν 18
χριστοῦ⧽ 1
χριστοῦ 1
(Χριστός) 1
⧼χριστὸν 1
ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ 1
{Χριστόν} 1
‹Χριστοῦ› 1
Χριστόν} 1
(Χριστὸν 1
Χριστέ 1
〈Χριστὸς〉 1
(Χριστοῦ) 1

How strongs number G5547 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
christ 404
of christ 90
christ’s 3
to christ 3
[is] christ 2
christ [is] 2
from christ 2
[for it is] christ 1
[which is] christ 1

Two strong number together

G5547 G1161

Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 2:4 He inquired of them where the Christ should be born [επυντανετο παρ αυτων που ο Χριστος γενναται]
The prophetic present McNeile doubts, like Holtzmann, if Herod actually called together all the Sanhedrin and probably “he could easily ask the question of a single scribe,” because he had begun his reign with a massacre of the Sanhedrin (Josephus, Ant. XIV. ix. 4). But that was thirty years ago and Herod was desperately in earnest to learn what the Jews really expected about the coming of “the Messiah.” Still Herod probably got together not the Sanhedrin since “elders” are not mentioned, but leaders among the chief priests and scribes, not a formal meeting but a free assembly for conference. He had evidently heard of this expected king and he would swallow plenty of pride to be able to compass the defeat of these hopes. [source]
Matthew 24:23 Lo, here is the Christ, or here [ιδου ωδε ο Χριστος η ωδε]
The false prophets (Matthew 24:11) create the trouble and now false Christs (πσευδοΧριστοι — pseudȯChristoi Matthew 24:24) offer a way out of these troubles. The deluded victims raise the cries of “Lo, here,” when these false Messiahs arise with their panaceas for public ills (political, religious, moral, and spiritual). [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]
Luke 3:15 Whether haply he were the Christ [μηποτε αυτος ειη ο Χριστος]
Optative ειη — eiē in indirect question changed from the indicative in the direct (Robertson, Grammar, p. 1031). John wrought no miracles and was not in David‘s line and yet he moved people so mightily that they began to suspect that he himself (αυτος — autos) was the Messiah. The Sanhedrin will one day send a formal committee to ask him this direct question (John 1:19). [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 23:35 The Christ of God [ο Χριστος του τεου]
He had claimed to be just this (Luke 22:67, Luke 22:70). The sarcastic sneer (he saved others; let him save others, for himself he cannot save) is in Mark 15:31; Matthew 27:42. Luke alone gives the contemptuous use of ουτος — houtos (this fellow) and the fling in “the elect” These rulers were having their day at last. [source]
John 7:41 This is the Christ [ουτος εστιν ο Χριστος]
These went further and dared to call Jesus the Messiah and not merely the prophet who might not be the Messiah. They said it openly. What These denied that Jesus was the Messiah and gave as their reason (γαρ — gar for) the fact that he came from Galilee. The use of μη — mē expects a negative answer. [source]
John 7:31 When the Christ shall come [ο Χριστος οταν ελτηι]
Proleptic position of ο Χριστος — ho Christos again as in John 7:27, but ελτηι — elthēi with οταν — hotan rather than ερχηται — erchētai calling more attention to the consummation (whenever he does come). Will he do? Future active indicative of ποιεω — poieō with μη — mē (negative answer expected). Jesus had won a large portion of the pilgrims One must supply the unexpressed antecedent τουτων — toutōn in the ablative case after πλειονα — pleiona (more). Then the neuter plural accusative relative α — ha (referring to σημεια — sēmeia signs) is attracted to the ablative case of the pronominal antecedent τουτων — toutōn (now dropped out). Hath done First aorist active indicative of ποιεω — poieō a timeless constative aorist summing up all the miracles of Jesus so far. [source]
Acts 17:3 This Jesus is the Christ [ουτος εστιν ο Χριστοσ ο Ιησους]
More precisely, “This is the Messiah, viz., Jesus whom I am proclaiming unto you.” This is the conclusion of Paul‘s line of argument and it is logical and overwhelming. It is his method everywhere as in Damascus, in Antioch in Pisidia, here, in Corinth. He spoke as an eye-witness. [source]
Acts 26:23 How that the Christ must suffer [ει πατητος ο Χριστος]
Literally, “if the Messiah is subject to suffering.” Ει — Ei can here mean “whether” as in Hebrews 7:15. This use of a verbal in τος — ̇tos for capability or possibility occurs in the N.T. alone in πατητος — pathētos (Robertson, Grammar, p. 157). This word occurs in Plutarch in this sense. It is like the Latin patibilis and is from ει πρωτος εχ αναστασεως νεκρων — paschō Here alone in N.T. Paul is speaking from the Jewish point of view. Most rabbis had not rightly understood Isaiah 53:1-12. When the Baptist called Jesus “the Lamb of God” (John 1:29) it was a startling idea. It is not then “must suffer” here, but “can suffer.” The Cross of Christ was a stumbling-block to the rabbis. [source]
Romans 9:5 Christ [ο Χριστος]
The Messiah. As concerning the flesh (το κατα σαρκα — to kata sarka). Accusative of general reference, “as to the according to the flesh.” Paul limits the descent of Jesus from the Jews to his human side as he did in Romans 1:3. Who is over all, God blessed for ever A clear statement of the deity of Christ following the remark about his humanity. This is the natural and the obvious way of punctuating the sentence. To make a full stop after σαρκα — sarka (or colon) and start a new sentence for the doxology is very abrupt and awkward. See note on Acts 20:28 and note on Titus 2:13 for Paul‘s use of τεος — theos applied to Jesus Christ. [source]
Romans 15:18 Any things save those which Christ wrought through me [τι ων ου κατειργασατο Χριστος δι εμου]
Rather, “any one of those things which Christ did not work through me.” The antecedent of ων — hōn is the unexpressed τουτων — toutōn and the accusative relative α — ha (object of κατειργασατο — kateirgasato) is attracted into the genitive case of τουτων — toutōn after a common idiom. [source]
1 Corinthians 1:13 Is Christ divided? [μεμερισται ο Χριστοσ]
Perfect passive indicative, Does Christ stand divided? It is not certain, though probable, that this is interrogative like the following clauses. Hofmann calls the assertory form a “rhetorical impossibility.” The absence of μη — mē here merely allows an affirmative answer which is true. The fourth or Christ party claimed to possess Christ in a sense not true of the others. Perhaps the leaders of this Christ party with their arrogant assumptions of superiority are the false apostles, ministers of Satan posing as angels of light (2 Corinthians 11:12-15). [source]
1 Corinthians 1:17 For Christ sent me not to baptize [ου γαρ απεστειλεν με Χριστος βαπτιζειν]
The negative ου — ou goes not with the infinitive, but with απεστειλεν — apesteilen (from αποστελλω αποστολος — apostellōαλλα ευαγγελιζεσται — apostolos apostle). [source]
1 Corinthians 3:11 Than that which is laid, which is Christ Jesus [παρα τον κειμενον ος εστιν Ιησους Χριστος]
Literally, “alongside Paul scouts the suggestion that one even in the interest of so-called “new thought” will dare to lay beside Jesus another foundation for religion. And yet I have seen an article by a professor in a theological seminary in which he advocates regarding Jesus as a landmark, not as a goal, not as a foundation. Clearly Paul means that on this one true foundation, Jesus Christ, one must build only what is in full harmony with the Foundation which is Jesus Christ. If one accuses Paul of narrowness, it can be replied that the architect has to be narrow in the sense of building here and not there. A broad foundation will be too thin and unstable for a solid and abiding structure. It can be said also that Paul is here merely repeating the claim of Jesus himself on this very subject when he quoted Psalm 118:22. to the members of the Sanhedrin who challenged his authority (Mark 11:10.; Matthew 21:42-45; Luke 20:17.). Apostles and prophets go into this temple of God, but Christ Jesus is the chief corner stone All believers are living stones in this temple (1 Peter 2:5). But there is only one foundation possible. [source]
1 Corinthians 5:7 For our passover also hath been sacrificed, even Christ [και γαρ το πασχα ημων ετυτη Χριστος]
First aorist passive indicative of τυω — thuō old verb to sacrifice. Euphony of consonants, τ — th to τ — t because of τη — ̇thē Reference to the death of Christ on the Cross as the Paschal Lamb (common use of πασχα — pascha as Mark 14:12; Luke 22:7), the figure used long before by the Baptist of Jesus (John 1:29). Paul means that the Lamb was already slain on Calvary and yet you have not gotten rid of the leaven. [source]
1 Corinthians 8:11 For whose sake Christ died [δι ον Χριστος απετανεν]
Just as much as for the enlightened brother with his selfish pride. The accusative The appeal to the death (απετανεν — apethanen second aorist active indicative of αποτνησκω — apothnēskō) of Christ is the central fact that clinches Paul‘s argument. [source]
1 Corinthians 10:4 And the rock was Christ [η πετρα δε ην ο Χριστος]
He definitely states here in symbolic form the preexistence of Christ. But surely “we must not disgrace Paul by making him say that the pre-incarnate Christ followed the march of Israel in the shape of a lump of rock” (Hofmann). He does mean that Christ was the source of the water which saved the Israelites from perishing (Robertson and Plummer) as he is the source of supply for us today. [source]
1 Corinthians 12:12 So also is Christ [ουτως και ο Χριστος]
One would naturally expect Paul here to say ουτως και το σωμα του Χριστου — houtōs kai to sōma tou Christou (so also is the body of Christ). He will later call Christ the Head of the Body the Church as in Colossians 1:18, Colossians 1:24; Ephesians 5:23, Ephesians 5:30. Aristotle had used σωμα — sōma of the state as the body politic. What Paul here means is Christ as the Head of the Church has a body composed of the members who have varied gifts and functions like the different members of the human body. They are all vitally connected with the Head of the body and with each other. This idea he now elaborates in a remarkable manner. [source]
1 Corinthians 15:13 Neither hath Christ been raised [ουδε Χριστος εγηγερται]
He turns the argument round with tremendous force. But it is fair. [source]
Galatians 2:21 Then Christ died for nought [αρα Χριστος δωρεαν απετανεν]
Condition of first class, assumed as true. If one man apart from grace can win his own righteousness, any man can and should. Hence (αρα — ara accordingly) Christ died gratuitously (δωρεαν — dōrean), unnecessarily. Adverbial accusative of δωρεα — dōrea a gift. This verse is a complete answer to those who say that the heathen (or any mere moralist) are saved by doing the best that they know and can. No one, apart from Jesus, ever did the best that he knew or could. To be saved by law (δια νομου — dia nomou) one has to keep all the law that he knows. That no one ever did. [source]
Galatians 3:1 Before whose eyes Jesus Christ was openly set forth crucified [οις κατ οπταλμους Ιησους Χριστος προεγραπη εσταυρωμενος]
Literally, “to whom before your very eyes Jesus Christ was portrayed as crucified.” Second aorist passive indicative of προγραπω — prographō old verb to write beforehand, to set forth by public proclamation, to placard, to post up. This last idea is found in several papyri (Moulton and Milligan‘s Vocabulary) as in the case of a father who posted a proclamation that he would no longer be responsible for his son‘s debts. Γραπω — Graphō was sometimes used in the sense of painting, but no example of προγραπω — prographō with this meaning has been found unless this is one. With that idea it would be to portray, to picture forth, a rendering not very different from placarding. The foolish Galatians were without excuse when they fell under the spell of the Judaizer. Εσταυρωμενος — Estaurōmenos is perfect passive participle of σταυροω — stauroō the common verb to crucify (from σταυρος — stauros stake, cross), to put on the cross (Matthew 20:19), same form as in 1 Corinthians 2:2. [source]
Galatians 3:16 Which is Christ [ος εστιν Χριστος]
Masculine relative agreeing with Χριστος — Christos though σπερμα — sperma is neuter. But the promise to Abraham uses σπερμα — sperma as a collective substantive and applies to all believers (both Jews and Gentiles) as Paul has shown in Galatians 3:7-14, and as of course he knew full well Here Paul uses a rabbinical refinement which is yet intelligible. The people of Israel were a type of the Messiah and he gathers up the promise in its special application to Christ. He does not say that Christ is specifically referred to in Genesis 13:15 or Genesis 17:7. [source]
Galatians 4:19 Until Christ be formed in you [μεχρις ου μορπωτηι Χριστος εν υμιν]
Future temporal clause with μεχρις ου — mechris hou (until which time) and the first aorist passive subjunctive of μορποω — morphoō late and rare verb, in Plutarch, not in lxx, not in papyri, only here in N.T. This figure is the embryo developing into the child. Paul boldly represents himself as again the mother with birth pangs over them. This is better than to suppose that the Galatians are pregnant mothers (Burton) by a reversal of the picture as in 1 Thessalonians 2:7. [source]
Galatians 5:1 Did Christ set us free [ημας Χριστος ηλευτερωσεν]
Effective aorist active indicative of ελευτεροω — eleutheroō (from ερχομαι — erchomai to go, go free). Stand fast therefore (στηκετε ουν — stēkete oun). See Mark 3:31; 1 Corinthians 16:13 for this late word from perfect stem of ιστημι — histēmi “keep on standing therefore,” “stay free since Christ set you free.” Be not entangled again “Stop being held in by a yoke of bondage.” Common word for ensnare by trap. The Judaizers were trying to lasso the Galatians for the old yoke of Judaism. [source]
Ephesians 5:23 As Christ also is the head of the church [ως και ο Χριστος κεπαλη της εκκλησιας]
No article with κεπαλη — kephalē “as also Christ is head of the church.” This is the comparison, but with a tremendous difference which Paul hastens to add either in an appositional clause or as a separate sentence. Himself the saviour of the body (αυτος σωτηρ του σωματος — autos sōtēr tou sōmatos). He means the church as the body of which Christ is head and Saviour. [source]
Ephesians 5:25 Even as Christ also loved the church [κατως και ο Χριστος ηγαπησεν την εκκλησιαν]
This is the wonderful new point not in Colossians 3:19 that lifts this discussion of the husband‘s love for his wife to the highest plane. [source]
Ephesians 5:29 Even as Christ also [κατως και ο Χριστος]
Relative (correlative) adverb pointing back to ουτως — houtōs at the beginning of the sentence (Ephesians 5:28) and repeating the statement in Ephesians 5:25. [source]
Philippians 1:21 To live is Christ [το ζηιν Χριστος]
No copula Old word for any gain or profit, interest on money (so in papyri). In N.T. only here, Phlippians 3:7; Titus 1:11. To die (το αποτανειν — to apothanein second aorist active infinitive, single act) is to cash in both principal and interest and so to have more of Christ than when living. So Paul faces death with independence and calm courage. [source]
Colossians 3:4 When Christ shall be manifested [οταν ο Χριστος πανερωτηι]
Indefinite temporal clause with οταν — hotan and the first aorist passive subjunctive of πανεροω — phaneroō “whenever Christ is manifested,” a reference to the second coming of Christ as looked for and longed for, but wholly uncertain as to time. See this same verb used of the second coming in 1 John 3:2. [source]
Colossians 3:11 But Christ is all [αλλα παντα Χριστος]
Demosthenes and Lucian use the neuter plural to describe persons as Paul does here of Christ. The plural παντα — panta is more inclusive than the singular παν — pān would be. [source]
Hebrews 5:5 So Christ also [ουτως και ο Χριστος]
Just as with Aaron. Jesus had divine appointment as high priest also. To be made First aorist passive infinitive of γινομαι — ginomai High priest Predicate accusative agreeing with εαυτον — heauton (himself) object of εδοχασεν — edoxasen But he that spake unto him Ellipsis of εδοχασεν — edoxasen to be supplied from preceding clause. God did glorify Jesus in appointing him priest as we see in Psalm 2:7 quoted already as Messianic (Hebrews 1:5). Jesus himself repeatedly claimed that the Father sent him on his mission to the world (John 5:30, John 5:43; John 8:54; John 17:5, etc.). Bruce holds that Christ‘s priesthood is co-eval with his Sonship. Davidson thinks it is merely suitable because he is Son. Clearly the Father nominated (Dods) the Son to the Messianic priesthood (John 3:16). [source]
Hebrews 13:8 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today, yea and forever [Ιησους Χριστος εχτες και σημερον ο αυτος και εις τους αιωνας]
There is no copula in the Greek. Vincent insists that εστιν — estin be supplied between Ιησους — Iēsous and Χριστος — Christos “Jesus is Christ,” but it more naturally comes after Χριστος — Christos as the Revised Version has it. The old adverb εχτες — echthes is rare in the N.T. (John 4:52; Acts 7:28; Hebrews 13:8). Here it refers to the days of Christ‘s flesh (Hebrews 2:3; Hebrews 5:7) and to the recent work of the leaders (Hebrews 13:7). “Today” Hence the peril of apostasy from the only hope of man. [source]
1 Peter 3:18 Because Christ also died [οτι και Χριστος απετανεν]
So the best MSS.; later ones επατεν — epathen (suffered). The example of Christ should stir us to patient endurance. [source]
1 John 2:22 That denieth that Jesus is the Christ [ο αρνουμενος οτι Ιησους ουκ εστιν ο Χριστος]
Common Greek idiom for ουκ — ouk to appear after αρνεομαι — arneomai like redundant μη — mē in Luke 20:27; Hebrews 12:19. The old Latin retains non here as old English did (Shakespeare, Comedy of Errors IV. ii. 7, “He denied you had in him no right”). The Cerinthian Gnostics denied the identity of the man Jesus and Christ (an αεον — aeon they held) like the modern Jesus or Christ controversy. [source]
1 John 5:1 That Jesus is the Christ [οτι Ιησους εστιν ο Χριστος]
The Cerinthian antichrist denies the identity of Jesus and Christ (1 John 2:22). Hence John insists on this form of faith Nothing less will satisfy John, not merely intellectual conviction, but full surrender to Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. “The Divine Begetting is the antecedent, not the consequent of the believing” (Law). For “is begotten of God” (εκ του τεου γεγεννηται — ek tou theou gegennētai) see 1 John 2:29; 1 John 3:9; 1 John 4:7; 1 John 5:4, 1 John 5:18. John appeals here to family relationship and family love. [source]

Greek Commentary Content Search

John 7:31 When the Christ shall come [ο Χριστος οταν ελτηι]
Proleptic position of ο Χριστος — ho Christos again as in John 7:27, but ελτηι — elthēi with οταν — hotan rather than ερχηται — erchētai calling more attention to the consummation (whenever he does come). Will he do? Future active indicative of ποιεω — poieō with μη — mē (negative answer expected). Jesus had won a large portion of the pilgrims One must supply the unexpressed antecedent τουτων — toutōn in the ablative case after πλειονα — pleiona (more). Then the neuter plural accusative relative α — ha (referring to σημεια — sēmeia signs) is attracted to the ablative case of the pronominal antecedent τουτων — toutōn (now dropped out). Hath done First aorist active indicative of ποιεω — poieō a timeless constative aorist summing up all the miracles of Jesus so far. [source]
Galatians 3:16 Which is Christ [ος εστιν Χριστος]
Masculine relative agreeing with Χριστος — Christos though σπερμα — sperma is neuter. But the promise to Abraham uses σπερμα — sperma as a collective substantive and applies to all believers (both Jews and Gentiles) as Paul has shown in Galatians 3:7-14, and as of course he knew full well Here Paul uses a rabbinical refinement which is yet intelligible. The people of Israel were a type of the Messiah and he gathers up the promise in its special application to Christ. He does not say that Christ is specifically referred to in Genesis 13:15 or Genesis 17:7. [source]
Hebrews 13:8 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today, yea and forever [Ιησους Χριστος εχτες και σημερον ο αυτος και εις τους αιωνας]
There is no copula in the Greek. Vincent insists that εστιν — estin be supplied between Ιησους — Iēsous and Χριστος — Christos “Jesus is Christ,” but it more naturally comes after Χριστος — Christos as the Revised Version has it. The old adverb εχτες — echthes is rare in the N.T. (John 4:52; Acts 7:28; Hebrews 13:8). Here it refers to the days of Christ‘s flesh (Hebrews 2:3; Hebrews 5:7) and to the recent work of the leaders (Hebrews 13:7). “Today” Hence the peril of apostasy from the only hope of man. [source]

508 Verses with G5547

Matthew 1:1
Literal: [The] book of [the] genealogy of Jesus Christ son of David of Abraham
KJV: The book  of the generation  of Jesus  Christ,  the son  of David,  the son  of Abraham. 

Matthew 1:16
Literal: Jacob then begat - Joseph the husband of Mary out of whom was born Jesus the [One] being called Christ
KJV: And  Jacob  begat  Joseph  the husband  of Mary,  of  whom  was born  Jesus,  who  is called  Christ. 

Matthew 1:17
Literal: All therefore the generations from Abraham to David [were] fourteen and David until the carrying away to Babylon the Christ
KJV: So  all  the generations  from  Abraham  to  David  are fourteen  generations;  and  from  David  until  the carrying away  into Babylon  are fourteen  generations;  and  from  the carrying away  into Babylon  unto  Christ  are fourteen  generations. 

Matthew 1:18
Literal: - Now of Jesus Christ the birth thus came about Having been pledged the mother of Him Mary - to Joseph before rather coming together of them she was found in womb having [a child] out of [the] Spirit Holy
KJV: Now  of Jesus  Christ  on this wise:  his  mother  Mary  was espoused  to Joseph,  before  they  came together,  she was found  with child  of  the Holy  Ghost. 

Matthew 2:4
Literal: And having gathered together all the chief priests scribes of the people he was inquiring of them where the Christ was to be born
KJV: And  all  the chief priests  and  scribes  of the people  together,  he demanded  of  them  where  Christ  should be born. 

Matthew 11:2
Literal: - And John having heard in the prison the works of the Christ having sent two of the disciples of him
KJV: Now  when John  had heard  in  the prison  the works  of Christ,  he sent  of his  disciples, 

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 16:20
Literal: Then instructed He the disciples that to no one they should say that He is the Christ
KJV: Then  charged he  his  disciples  that  they should tell  no man  that  he  the Christ. 

Matthew 16:21
Literal: From that time began - Jesus Christ to show to the disciples of Him that it is necessary for Him to Jerusalem to go away and many things to suffer the elders chief priests scribes to be killed on the third day to be raised
KJV: From  that time forth  began  Jesus  to shew  unto his  disciples,  how that  he  must  go  unto  Jerusalem,  and  suffer  many things  of  the elders  and  chief priests  and  scribes,  and  be killed,  and  be raised again  the third  day. 

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 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 24:5
Literal: Many for will come in the name of Me saying I am the Christ and many they will mislead
KJV: For  many  shall come  in  name,  saying,  am  Christ;  and  shall deceive  many. 

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

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 27:22
Literal: Says to them - Pilate What then should I do with Jesus who is called Christ They say all Let [Him] be crucified
KJV: Pilate  saith  unto them,  What  shall I do  then  with Jesus  which  is called  Christ?  They all  say  unto him,  Let him be crucified. 

Mark 1:1
Literal: [The] beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ Son of God
KJV: The beginning  of the gospel  of Jesus  Christ,  the Son  of God; 

Mark 1:34
Literal: And He healed many sick being of various diseases demons many He cast out not He would allow to speak the because they knew Him Christ to be
KJV: And  he healed  many  that were  sick  of divers  diseases,  and  cast out  many  devils;  and  suffered  not  the devils  to speak,  because  they knew  him. 

Mark 8:29
Literal: And He was questioning them You however whom Me do pronounce to be Answering - Peter says to Him You are the Christ
KJV: And  he  saith  unto them,  But  whom  say  And  Peter  answereth  and saith  unto him,  Thou  the Christ. 

Mark 9:41
Literal: Whoever for - might give to drink you a cup of water in name because Christ’s you are truly I say to you that no not shall he lose the reward of him
KJV: For  whosoever  a cup  of water  to drink  in  name,  because  to Christ,  verily  I say  lose  his  reward. 

Mark 12:35
Literal: And answering - Jesus was saying teaching in the temple How say the scribes that the Christ [the] son of David is
KJV: And  Jesus  answered  and said,  while he taught  in  the temple,  How  say  the scribes  that  Christ  the Son  of David? 

Mark 13:21
Literal: And then if anyone to you says Behold here [is] the Christ there not you shall believe [it]
KJV: And  then  if  any man  shall say  Lo,  here  is Christ;  lo,  he is there;  believe  him not: 

Mark 14:61
Literal: - But He was silent and not did He answer nothing Again the high priest was questioning Him says to Him You are Christ Son of the Blessed [One]
KJV: But  he held his peace,  and  answered  nothing.  Again  the high priest  asked  him,  and  said  unto him,  thou  the Christ,  the Son  of the Blessed? 

Mark 15:32
Literal: The Christ King of Israel let Him descend now from the cross that we might see and believe those being crucified with Him were upbraiding Him
KJV: Christ  the King  of Israel  descend  now  from  the cross,  that  and  believe.  And  they that were crucified  with him  reviled  him. 

Luke 2:11
Literal: For has been born to you today a Savior who is Christ [the] Lord in [the] City of David
KJV: For  is born  this day  in  the city  of David  a Saviour,  which  Christ  the Lord. 

Luke 2:26
Literal: And it was to him divinely revealed by the Spirit - Holy not to see death before that - he should see the Christ of [the] Lord
KJV: And  revealed  unto him  by  the Holy  Ghost,  not  death,  before  the Lord's  Christ. 

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

Luke 4:41
Literal: Were going out now also demons from many crying out and saying - You are the Son - of God rebuking [them] not did He allow them to speak because they knew the Christ Him to be
KJV: And  devils  also  came  out of  many,  and  saying,  Thou  Christ  the Son  of God.  And  he rebuking  them suffered  them  not  to speak:  for  they knew  that he  Christ. 

Luke 9:20
Literal: He said then to them You however whom Me do pronounce to be Peter answering said The Christ - of God
KJV: He said  unto them,  But  whom  say  Peter  answering  said,  The Christ  of God. 

Luke 20:41
Literal: He said then to them How do they declare the Christ to be of David Son
KJV: And  he said  unto  them,  How  say  they that Christ  David's  son? 

Luke 22:67
Literal: If You are the Christ tell us He said then to them If you I should tell no not would you believe
KJV: thou  the Christ?  tell  And  he said  unto them,  If  I tell  believe: 

Luke 23:2
Literal: They began then to accuse Him saying This [man] we found misleading the nation of us and forbidding tribute to Caesar to be given declaring Himself Christ a king to be
KJV: And  they began  to accuse  him,  saying,  We found  fellow perverting  the nation,  and  forbidding  to give  tribute  to Caesar,  saying  that he himself  Christ  a King. 

Luke 23:35
Literal: And stood the people beholding Were deriding [Him] then also the rulers saying Others He saved let Him save Himself if this is Christ - of God Chosen [One]
KJV: And  the people  stood  beholding.  And  the rulers  also  derided  him, saying,  He saved  others;  let him save  himself,  if  he  Christ,  the chosen  of God. 

Luke 23:39
Literal: One now of the having been hanged criminals was railing at Him saying Not you are if the Christ Save Yourself and us
KJV: And  one  of the malefactors  which were hanged  railed  on him,  saying,  thou  Christ,  save  thyself  and 

Luke 24:26
Literal: Not these things was it necessary for to suffer the Christ and to enter into the glory of Him
KJV: Ought  not  Christ  to have suffered  and  to enter  into  his  glory? 

Luke 24:46
Literal: And He said to them - Thus it has been written Was to suffer the Christ to rise out from [the] dead the third day
KJV: And  said  unto them,  Thus  it is written,  and  thus  Christ  to suffer,  and  to rise  from  the dead  the third  day: 

John 1:17
Literal: For the law through Moses was given - grace and truth Jesus Christ came
KJV: For  the law  was given  by  Moses,  but grace  and  truth  came  by  Jesus  Christ. 

John 1:20
Literal: And he confessed not denied but confessed - I am the Christ
KJV: And  he confessed,  and  denied  not;  but  confessed,  am  not  the Christ. 

John 1:25
Literal: And they asked him said to him Why then baptize you if you not are the Christ nor Elijah Prophet
KJV: And  they asked  him,  and  said  unto him,  Why  baptizest thou  then,  if  thou  not  that Christ,  Elias,  that prophet? 

John 1:41
Literal: Finds he first the brother - own Simon and he says to him We have found Messiah which is translated Christ
KJV: He  findeth  his own  brother  Simon,  and  saith  unto him,  We have found  the Messias,  which  being interpreted,  the Christ. 

John 3:28
Literal: Yourselves you to me bear witness that I said - Not am I the Christ but - sent I am before Him
KJV: yourselves  witness,  that  I said,  am  not  the Christ,  but  that  I am  sent  before  him. 

John 4:25
Literal: Says to Him the woman I know that Messiah is coming who is called Christ when comes He He will tell us all things
KJV: The woman  saith  unto him,  I know  that  Messias  cometh,  which  is called  Christ:  when  he  is come,  he will tell 

John 4:29
Literal: Come see a man who told me all things whatever I did Can it be [that] this is the Christ
KJV: Come,  a man,  which  told  all things  that ever  I did:  not  this  the Christ? 

John 7:26
Literal: And behold publicly He speaks nothing to Him they say not ever Truly have recognized the rulers that this is the Christ
KJV: But,  he speaketh  boldly,  and  they say  nothing  unto him.  the rulers  know  that  this  the very  Christ? 

John 7:27
Literal: But this [man] we know from where He is The however Christ whenever He may come no one knows
KJV: Howbeit  we know  whence  but  when  Christ  cometh,  no man  knoweth  whence 

John 7:31
Literal: Out of the crowd now many believed in Him and were saying The Christ When He comes not more signs will He do than this [man] has done
KJV: And  many  of  the people  believed  on  him,  and  When  Christ  cometh,  more  miracles  which  this  man hath done? 

John 7:41
Literal: Others were saying This is the Christ Others however Not indeed out of - Galilee Christ comes
KJV: Others  This  the Christ.  But  some  Shall  Christ  come  out of  Galilee? 

John 7:42
Literal: Not the Scripture has said that out of the seed of David and from Bethlehem the village where was David comes the Christ
KJV: the scripture  said,  That  Christ  cometh  of  the seed  of David,  and  out of  the town  of Bethlehem,  where  David 

John 9:22
Literal: These things said the parents of Him because they were afraid of the Jews already for had agreed together Jews that if anyone Him should confess Christ expelled from the synagogue he would be
KJV: words spake  his  parents,  because  they feared  the Jews:  for  the Jews  had agreed  already,  that  if  any man  did confess  that he  was Christ,  he should be  put out of the synagogue. 

John 10:24
Literal: Encircled therefore Him the Jews and they were saying to Him Until when the soul of us hold You in suspense If You are the Christ tell us plainly
KJV: Then  the Jews  round about  him,  and  unto him,  How long  dost thou make  to doubt?  If  thou  the Christ,  tell  plainly. 

John 11:27
Literal: She says to Him Yes Lord I have believed that You are the Christ Son - of God the [One] into the world coming
KJV: She saith  unto him,  Yea,  Lord:  believe  that  thou  the Christ,  the Son  of God,  which  should come  into  the world. 

John 12:34
Literal: Answered then Him the crowd We have heard from the law that Christ abides to the age and how say you it behooves to be lifted up Son - of Man Who is this - Son
KJV: The people  answered  him,  have heard  out of  the law  that  Christ  abideth  for  ever:  and  how  sayest  thou,  The Son  of man  must  be lifted up?  who  this  Son  of man? 

John 17:3
Literal: This now is - eternal life that they may know You the only TRUE God and whom You have sent Jesus Christ
KJV: And  this  life  eternal,  that  they might know  the only  true  God,  and  Jesus  Christ,  whom  thou hast sent. 

John 20:31
Literal: these however have been written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ Son - of God and believing life you may have in the name of Him
KJV: But  are written,  that  ye might believe  that  Jesus  the Christ,  the Son  of God;  and  that  believing  ye might have  life  through  his  name. 

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

Acts 2:36
Literal: Assuredly therefore let know all [the] house of Israel that both Lord Him and Christ has made - God this - Jesus whom you crucified
KJV: Therefore  all  the house  of Israel  know  assuredly,  that  God  hath made  Jesus,  whom  have crucified,  both  Lord  and  Christ. 

Acts 2:38
Literal: Peter then to them Repent he declared and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of the sins you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit
KJV: Then  Peter  said  unto  them,  Repent,  and  be baptized  every one  in  the name  of Jesus  Christ  for  the remission  of sins,  and  ye shall receive  the gift  of the Holy  Ghost. 

Acts 3:6
Literal: Said however Peter Silver and gold none there is to me what I have this to you I give In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and walk
KJV: Then  Peter  said,  Silver  and  gold  have  none;  but  such as  I have  give I  In  the name  of Jesus  Christ  of Nazareth  rise up  and  walk. 

Acts 3:18
Literal: - But God what He foretold by [the] mouth of all the prophets [that] should suffer the Christ of Him He has fulfilled thus
KJV: But  those things, which  God  before had shewed  by  the mouth  of all  his  prophets,  that Christ  should suffer,  so  fulfilled. 

Acts 3:20
Literal: so that - may come times of refreshing from [the] presence of the Lord and [that] He may send the [One] having been appointed to you Christ Jesus
KJV: And  he shall send  Jesus  Christ, 

Acts 4:10
Literal: known let it be to all you and to all the people of Israel that in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth whom you crucified - God raised out from [the] dead Him this [man] stands before you sound
KJV: known  all,  and  to all  the people  of Israel,  that  by  the name  of Jesus  Christ  of Nazareth,  whom  crucified,  whom  God  raised  from  the dead,  even by  this man  stand here  before  whole. 

Acts 4:26
Literal: Took [their] stand the kings of the earth and rulers were gathered together - themselves against the Lord Christ of Him
KJV: The kings  of the earth  stood up,  and  the rulers  were gathered  together  against  the Lord,  and  against  his  Christ. 

Acts 5:42
Literal: Every then day in the temple and in house not they ceased teaching proclaiming the good news that the Christ [is] Jesus
KJV: And  daily  in  the temple,  and  in every  house,  they ceased  not  to teach  and  preach  Jesus  Christ. 

Acts 8:5
Literal: Philip now having gone down to - [a] city - of Samaria was proclaiming to them the Christ
KJV: Then  Philip  went down  to  the city  of Samaria,  and preached  Christ  unto them. 

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

Acts 8:37
Literal: said then - Philip If you believe from all the heart it is lawful He answered and he said I believe the Son - of God to be - Jesus Christ
KJV: And  Philip  said,  If  thou believest  with  all thine  heart,  thou mayest.  And  he answered  and said,  I believe  that Jesus  Christ  the Son  of God. 

Acts 9:22
Literal: Saul however all the more was empowered and kept confounding the Jews - dwelling in Damascus proving that this is the Christ
KJV: But  Saul  the more  in strength,  and  confounded  the Jews  which  dwelt  at  Damascus,  proving  that  this  very Christ. 

Acts 9:34
Literal: And said to him - Peter Aeneas heals you Jesus Christ rise up make the bed for yourself immediately he rose up
KJV: And  Peter  said  unto him,  Aeneas,  Jesus  Christ  whole:  arise,  and  thy  bed.  And  he arose  immediately. 

Acts 10:36
Literal: the word that He sent to the sons of Israel proclaiming the gospel peace by Jesus Christ He is of all Lord
KJV: The word  which  God sent  unto the children  of Israel,  preaching  peace  by  Jesus  Christ:  (he  Lord  of all:) 

Acts 10:48
Literal: He commanded now them in the name of Jesus Christ to be baptized Then they asked him to remain days some
KJV: he commanded  them  to be baptized  in  the name  Then  prayed they  him  to tarry  certain  days. 

Acts 11:17
Literal: If then the same gift has given to them - God as also to us having believed on the Lord Jesus Christ I how was able to forbid - God
KJV: Forasmuch  then  as  God  gave  them  the like  gift  as  who believed  on  the Lord  Jesus  Christ;  what  I,  that I could  withstand  God? 

Acts 15:26
Literal: men having handed over the lives of them for the name of the Lord of us Jesus Christ
KJV: Men  that have hazarded  their  lives  for  the name  Lord  Jesus  Christ. 

Acts 16:18
Literal: This then she continued for many days Having been distressed Paul and having turned to the spirit he said I command you in [the] name of Jesus Christ to come out from her it came out [the] same - hour
KJV: And  did she  many  days.  But  Paul,  being grieved,  turned  and  said  to the spirit,  I command  in  the name  of Jesus  Christ  to come  out of  her.  And  he came out  the same  hour. 

Acts 17:3
Literal: opening and setting forth that the Christ it behooved to have suffered to have risen out from [the] dead this is the Christ - Jesus whom I preach to you
KJV: Opening  and  alleging,  that  Christ  must needs  have suffered,  and  risen again  from  the dead;  and  that  this  Jesus,  whom  preach  Christ. 

Acts 18:5
Literal: When now came down from - Macedonia - both Silas and - Timothy was occupied with the word Paul earnestly testifying to the Jews to be the Christ Jesus
KJV: And  when  Silas  and  Timotheus  were come  from  Macedonia,  Paul  was pressed  and testified  to the Jews  that Jesus  was Christ. 

Acts 18:28
Literal: Powerfully for the Jews he was refuting publicly showing by the Scriptures to be the Christ Jesus
KJV: For  he mightily  convinced  the Jews,  and that publickly,  shewing  by  the scriptures  that Jesus  Christ. 

Acts 20:21
Literal: earnestly testifying to the Jewish both and to Greeks - in God repentance faith the Lord of us Jesus Christ
KJV: Testifying  both  to the Jews,  and also  to the Greeks,  repentance  toward  God,  and  faith  toward  Lord  Jesus  Christ. 

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

Acts 26:23
Literal: that would suffer the Christ as first through resurrection from [the] dead light He is about to preach to both our people and to the Gentiles
KJV: That  Christ  should suffer,  and that  he should be the first  that should rise  from  the dead,  and should  shew  light  unto the people,  and  to the Gentiles. 

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

Romans 1:1
Literal: Paul a servant of Christ Jesus a called apostle having been set apart for [the] gospel of God
KJV: Paul,  a servant  of Jesus  Christ,  called  to be an apostle,  separated  unto  the gospel  of God, 

Romans 1:4
Literal: - having been declared Son of God in power according to [the] Spirit of holiness by resurrection [from the] dead Jesus Christ the Lord of us
KJV: And declared  to be the Son  of God  with  power,  according  to the spirit  of holiness,  by  the resurrection  from the dead: 

Romans 1:6
Literal: among whom are also you called of Jesus Christ
KJV: Among  whom  also  the called  of Jesus  Christ: 

Romans 1:7
Literal: To all those being in Rome beloved of God called saints Grace to you and peace from God [the] Father of us [the] Lord Jesus Christ
KJV: To all  in  Rome,  beloved  of God,  called  to be saints:  Grace  and  peace  from  God  Father,  and  the Lord  Jesus  Christ. 

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

Romans 2:16
Literal: on [that] day when will judge - God the secrets - of men according to the gospel of me by Christ Jesus
KJV: In  the day  when  God  shall judge  the secrets  of men  by  Jesus  Christ  according  gospel. 

Romans 3:22
Literal: [the] righteousness now of God through faith from Jesus Christ toward all those believing Not for there is distinction
KJV: Even  the righteousness  of God  which is by  faith  of Jesus  Christ  unto  all  them that believe:  for  no  difference: 

Romans 3:24
Literal: being justified freely by the of Him grace through the redemption that [is] in Christ Jesus
KJV: Being justified  freely  by his  grace  through  the redemption  that is in  Christ  Jesus: 

Romans 5:1
Literal: Having been justified therefore by faith peace we have with - God through the Lord of us Jesus Christ
KJV: Therefore  being justified  by  faith,  we have  peace  with  God  through  Lord  Jesus  Christ: 

Romans 5:6
Literal: Yet indeed Christ being of us without strength still according to [the] right time for [the] ungodly died
KJV: For  yet  without strength,  in due  time  Christ  died  for  the ungodly. 

Romans 5:8
Literal: Demonstrates however the of Himself love to us - God that still sinners being of us Christ for us died
KJV: But  God  commendeth  his  love  toward  in that,  yet  sinners,  Christ  died  for 

Romans 5:11
Literal: Not only [so] now but also we are rejoicing in - God through the Lord of us Jesus Christ through whom now the reconciliation we have received
KJV: And  not  only  so, but  we also  joy  in  God  through  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  by  whom  now  received  the atonement. 

Romans 5:15
Literal: But [is] not like the trespass so also gift If for by the of the one trespass the many died how much more the grace - of God and gift in grace which [is] man Jesus Christ to the many did abound
KJV: But  not  as  the offence,  so  also  is the free gift.  For  if  through the offence  of one  many  be dead,  much  more  the grace  of God,  and  the gift  by  grace,  which is  by one  man,  Jesus  Christ,  hath abounded  unto  many. 

Romans 5:17
Literal: If for by the of the one trespass - death reigned through the one how much more those the abundance - of grace and of the gift of righteousness receiving in life will reign Jesus Christ
KJV: For  if  by one man's  offence  death  reigned  by  one;  much  more  they which receive  abundance  of grace  and  of the gift  of righteousness  shall reign  in  life  by  one,  Jesus  Christ.) 

Romans 5:21
Literal: so that just as reigned the sin in - death so also - grace might reign through righteousness unto life eternal Jesus Christ the Lord of us
KJV: That  as  sin  hath reigned  unto  death,  even  so  grace  reign  through  righteousness  unto  eternal  life  by  Jesus  Christ  Lord. 

Romans 6:3
Literal: Or are you unaware that as many as have been baptized into Christ Jesus the death of Him
KJV: Know ye not,  that so  many of us  as were baptized  into  Jesus  Christ  were baptized  into  his  death? 

Romans 6:4
Literal: We were buried therefore with Him through - baptism into - death so that just as was raised up Christ out from [the] dead by the glory of the Father so also we in newness of life should walk
KJV: Therefore  we are buried with  him  by  baptism  into  death:  that  like as  Christ  was raised up  from  the dead  by  the glory  of the Father,  even so  also  should walk  in  newness  of life. 

Romans 6:8
Literal: If now we died with Christ we believe that also we will live with Him
KJV: Now  if  we be dead  with  Christ,  we believe  that  also  live  with him: 

Romans 6:9
Literal: knowing that Christ having been raised up out from [the] dead no more dies Death Him no longer rules over
KJV: Knowing  that  Christ  being raised  from  the dead  dieth  no more;  death  no more  dominion over  him. 

Romans 6:11
Literal: So also you consider yourselves to be dead indeed - to sin living however - to God in Christ Jesus
KJV: Likewise  reckon  also  yourselves  dead  indeed  unto sin,  but  alive  unto God  through  Jesus  Christ 

Romans 6:23
Literal: The for wages - of sin [is] death - but the gift - of God life eternal in Christ Jesus the Lord of us
KJV: For  the wages  of sin  is death;  but  the gift  of God  is eternal  life  through  Jesus  Christ  Lord. 

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 7:25
Literal: Thanks [be] then to God through Jesus Christ the Lord of us Then so myself I with the indeed mind serve law God’s - but [with] the flesh [the] law of sin
KJV: God  through  Jesus  Christ  Lord.  So then  with the mind  myself  serve  the law  of God;  but  with the flesh  the law  of sin. 

Romans 8:1
Literal: [There is] no therefore now condemnation to those in Christ Jesus not according to flesh who walk but Spirit
KJV: There is therefore  now  no  condemnation  to them which are in  Christ  Jesus,  who walk  not  after  the flesh,  but  after  the Spirit. 

Romans 8:2
Literal: - For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set free you from the law - of sin and - of death
KJV: For  the law  of the Spirit  of life  in  Christ  Jesus  free  from  the law  of sin  and  death. 

Romans 8:9
Literal: You now not are in flesh but Spirit if indeed [the] Spirit of God dwells you if however anyone [the] Spirit of Christ has he is of Him
KJV: But  not  in  the flesh,  but  in  the Spirit,  if so be  that the Spirit  of God  dwell  in  Now  have  not  the Spirit  of Christ,  he  none  of his. 

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 8:17
Literal: If now children also heirs indeed of God joint-heirs of Christ if indeed we suffer with [Him] so that we may be glorified together
KJV: And  if  children,  then  heirs;  of God,  and  joint-heirs  with Christ;  if so be  that we suffer with  him, that  also  glorified together. 

Romans 8:34
Literal: Who [is] the [one] condemning [For it is] Christ Jesus having died rather now having been raised up from [the] dead who also is at [the] right hand - of God who and is interceding for us
KJV: Who  is he that condemneth?  It is Christ  that died,  yea  rather,  that is risen again,  who  even  at  the right hand  of God,  who  also  maketh intercession  for 

Romans 8:35
Literal: Who us will separate from the love - of Christ Tribulation or distress persecution famine nakedness danger sword
KJV: Who  shall separate  from  the love  of Christ?  shall tribulation,  or  distress,  or  persecution,  or  famine,  or  nakedness,  or  peril,  or  sword? 

Romans 8:39
Literal: nor height depth any created thing other will be able us to separate from the love - of God - in Christ Jesus the Lord of us
KJV: Nor  height,  nor  depth,  nor  any  other  creature,  shall be able  to separate  from  the love  of God,  which is in  Christ  Jesus  Lord. 

Romans 9:1
Literal: [The] truth I speak in Christ Not I am lying bearing witness with me the conscience of me in [the] Spirit Holy
KJV: I say  the truth  in  Christ,  I lie  not,  conscience  witness  in  the Holy  Ghost, 

Romans 9:3
Literal: Could wish for a curse to be myself I separated from - Christ for the brothers of me - kinsmen according to [the] flesh
KJV: For  could wish  that myself  accursed  from  Christ  for  brethren,  kinsmen  according  to the flesh: 

Romans 9:5
Literal: whose [are] the patriarchs and from whom [is] - Christ - according to the flesh being over all God blessed to the ages Amen
KJV: Whose  are the fathers,  and  of  whom  as concerning  the flesh  Christ  is over  all,  God  blessed  for  ever.  Amen. 

Romans 10:4
Literal: [The] end for of law [is] Christ unto righteousness to everyone - believing
KJV: For  Christ  is the end  of the law  for  righteousness  to every one  that believeth. 

Romans 10:6
Literal: The however of faith righteousness thus speaks Not you should say in the heart of you Who will ascend into - heaven that is Christ to bring down
KJV: But  the righteousness  which is of  faith  speaketh  on this wise,  Say  not  in  heart,  Who  shall ascend  into  heaven?  Christ  down 

Romans 10:7
Literal: or Who will descend into the Abyss that is Christ out from [the] dead to bring up
KJV: Or,  Who  shall descend  into  the deep?  Christ  again  from  the dead.) 

Romans 10:17
Literal: So - faith [is] from hearing and hearing through [the] word of Christ
KJV: So then  faith  cometh by  hearing,  and  hearing  by  the word 

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. 

Romans 13:14
Literal: But put on the Lord Jesus Christ and of the flesh provision not make for desires
KJV: But  put ye on  the Lord  Jesus  Christ,  and  make  not  provision  for  the flesh,  to fulfil the lusts 

Romans 14:9
Literal: Unto this for Christ died and lived again that both [the] dead living He might rule over
KJV: For  to  end Christ  both  died,  and  that  he might be Lord  both  of the dead  and  living. 

Romans 14:15
Literal: If for on account of food the brother of you is grieved no longer according to love are you walking Not with the food that one destroy for whom Christ died
KJV: if  brother  be grieved  with  thy meat,  walkest thou  not  charitably.  Destroy  not  him  meat,  for  whom  Christ  died. 

Romans 14:18
Literal: The [one] for in these things serving - Christ [is] well-pleasing to God and approved - by men
KJV: For  he that in  serveth  Christ  is acceptable  to God,  and  approved  of men. 

Romans 15:3
Literal: Even for - Christ not Himself pleased but as it has been written The reproaches of those reproaching You have fallen on Me
KJV: For  even  Christ  pleased  not  himself;  but,  as  it is written,  The reproaches  of them that reproached  fell  on 

Romans 15:5
Literal: The now God - of endurance and encouragement may He give you the same to be of mind with one another according to Christ Jesus
KJV: Now  the God  of patience  and  consolation  grant  to be  likeminded  toward another  according  to Christ  Jesus: 

Romans 15:6
Literal: so that with one accord with one mouth you may glorify the God and Father of the Lord of us Jesus Christ
KJV: That  with one mind  and  one  mouth  glorify  God,  even  the Father  Lord  Jesus  Christ. 

Romans 15:7
Literal: Therefore receive one another as also - Christ received you to [the] glory - of God
KJV: Wherefore  receive ye  one another,  Christ  also  received  to  the glory  of God. 

Romans 15:8
Literal: I say for Christ a servant to have become of [the] circumcision for [the] truth of God in order - to confirm the promises given to the fathers
KJV: I say  Christ  was  a minister  of the circumcision  for  the truth  of God,  to  confirm  the promises  made unto the fathers: 

Romans 15:16
Literal: for - to be me a minister Christ of Jesus to the Gentiles administering the sacred service of the gospel - of God so that might become the offering of the Gentiles acceptable having been sanctified in [the] Spirit Holy
KJV: should be  the minister  of Jesus  Christ  to  the Gentiles,  ministering  the gospel  of God,  that  the offering up  of the Gentiles  might be  acceptable,  being sanctified  by  the Holy  Ghost. 

Romans 15:17
Literal: I have therefore the boasting in Christ Jesus in the things pertaining to - God
KJV: I have  therefore whereof  I may glory  through  Jesus  Christ  in those things which pertain to  God. 

Romans 15:18
Literal: Not for will I dare anything to speak of what except has accomplished Christ through me unto [the] obedience of [the] Gentiles by word and deed
KJV: For  not  dare  to speak  of any  of those things which  Christ  not  wrought  by  to make  the Gentiles  obedient,  by word  and  deed, 

Romans 15:19
Literal: in [the] power of signs and wonders of [the] Spirit of God so as for me from Jerusalem around unto - Illyricum to have fully proclaimed the gospel - of Christ
KJV: Through  mighty  signs  and  wonders,  by  the power  of the Spirit  of God;  so  that from  Jerusalem,  and  round about  unto  Illyricum,  have fully preached  the gospel  of Christ. 

Romans 15:20
Literal: thus now being ambitious to preach the gospel not where had been named Christ so that not upon another’s foundation I might build
KJV: Yea,  so  have I strived  to preach the gospel,  not  where  Christ  was named,  I should build  upon  another man's  foundation: 

Romans 15:29
Literal: I know now that coming to you in [the] fullness of the blessing of Christ I will come
KJV: And  I am sure  that,  when I come  unto  I shall come  in  the fulness  of the blessing  of Christ. 

Romans 15:30
Literal: I exhort now you brothers by the Lord of us Jesus Christ and the love of the Spirit to strive together with me in the prayers for me to - God
KJV: Now  I beseech  brethren,  for  the Lord  Jesus  Christ's  and  for  the love  of the Spirit,  that ye strive together  in  your prayers  to  God  for 

Romans 16:3
Literal: Greet Prisca and Aquila the fellow workers of me in Christ Jesus
KJV: Greet  and  Aquila  helpers  in  Christ  Jesus: 

Romans 16:5
Literal: and the at house their church Greet Epenetus the beloved of me who is a firstfruit - of Asia for Christ
KJV: Likewise  greet the church  that is in  their  house.  Salute  wellbeloved  Epaenetus,  who  the firstfruits  unto  Christ. 

Romans 16:7
Literal: Greet Andronicus and Junias - kinsmen of me fellow prisoners with me who are of note among the apostles who also before me were in Christ
KJV: Salute  Andronicus  and  Junia,  kinsmen,  and  fellowprisoners,  who  of note  among  the apostles,  who  also  were  in  Christ  before 

Romans 16:9
Literal: Greet Urbanus the fellow worker of us in Christ and Stachys beloved of me
KJV: Salute  Urbane,  helper  in  Christ,  and  Stachys  beloved. 

Romans 16:10
Literal: Greet Apelles the approved in Christ those of the [household] of Aristobulus
KJV: Salute  Apelles  approved  in  Christ.  Salute  them  which are of  Aristobulus' 

Romans 16:16
Literal: Greet one another with a kiss holy Greet you the churches all - of Christ
KJV: Salute  one another  with  an holy  kiss.  The churches  of Christ  salute 

Romans 16:18
Literal: - For such the Lord of us Christ not serve but the of themselves belly and by - smooth talk flattery they deceive the hearts of the naive
KJV: For  they that are such  serve  not  Lord  Christ,  but  their own  belly;  and  by  good words  and  fair speeches  deceive  the hearts  of the simple. 

Romans 16:20
Literal: The now God - of peace will crush - Satan under the feet of you in a short time The grace of the Lord of us Jesus Christ [be] with you
KJV: And  the God  of peace  shall bruise  Satan  under  feet  shortly.  The grace  Lord  Jesus  Christ  be with 

Romans 16:24
Literal: The grace of the Lord of us Jesus Christ [be] with all you Amen
KJV: The grace  Lord  Jesus  Christ  be with  all.  Amen. 

Romans 16:25
Literal: To Him now being able you to strengthen according to - gospel my and the preaching of Jesus Christ [the] revelation of [the] mystery in times of the ages having been kept secret
KJV: Now  to him that is of power  to stablish  according  gospel,  and  the preaching  of Jesus  Christ,  according  to the revelation  of the mystery,  which was kept secret  since the world began, 

Romans 16:27
Literal: [to the] only wise God through Jesus Christ which [is] [be] the glory to the ages of the ages Amen
KJV: To God  only  wise,  be glory  through  Jesus  Christ  for  ever.  Amen. 

1 Corinthians 1:1
Literal: Paul a called apostle of Christ Jesus by [the] will of God and Sosthenes the brother
KJV: Paul,  called  to be an apostle  of Jesus  Christ  through  the will  of God,  and  Sosthenes  our brother, 

1 Corinthians 1:2
Literal: To the church - of God - being in Corinth having been sanctified Christ Jesus called holy together with all those calling on the name of the Lord of us Jesus Christ every place both theirs and ours
KJV: Unto the church  of God  which  at  Corinth,  to them that are sanctified  in  Christ  Jesus,  called  to be saints,  with  all  that in  every  place  call upon  the name  of Jesus  Christ  Lord,  theirs  and 

1 Corinthians 1:3
Literal: Grace to you and peace from God Father of us [the] Lord Jesus Christ
KJV: Grace  and  peace,  from  God  Father,  and  from the Lord  Jesus  Christ. 

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

1 Corinthians 1:6
Literal: as the testimony about Christ was confirmed in you
KJV: Even as  the testimony  of Christ  was confirmed  in 

1 Corinthians 1:7
Literal: so as for you not to be lacking in not one gift eagerly awaiting the revelation of the Lord of us Jesus Christ
KJV: So that  come behind  in  no  gift;  waiting for  the coming  Lord  Jesus  Christ: 

1 Corinthians 1:8
Literal: who also will sustain you to [the] end blameless in the day of the Lord of us Jesus Christ
KJV: Who  also  confirm  unto  the end,  that ye may be blameless  in  the day  Lord  Jesus  Christ. 

1 Corinthians 1:9
Literal: Faithful [is] - God by whom you were called into fellowship with the Son of Him Jesus Christ the Lord of us
KJV: God  is faithful,  by  whom  ye were called  unto  the fellowship  of his  Son  Jesus  Christ  Lord. 

1 Corinthians 1:10
Literal: I exhort now you brothers by the name of the Lord of us Jesus Christ that the same thing you speak all and not there be among you divisions you may be however having been knit together in the same mind the same judgment
KJV: Now  I beseech  brethren,  by  the name  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  that  all  speak  the same thing,  and  no  divisions  among  but  perfectly joined together  in  the same  mind  and  in  the same  judgment. 

1 Corinthians 1:12
Literal: I mean now this that each of you says I indeed am of Paul and of Apollos of Cephas of Christ
KJV: Now  I say,  that  every one  saith,  am  of Paul;  and  of Apollos;  and  of Cephas;  and  of Christ. 

1 Corinthians 1:13
Literal: Has been divided - Christ Not Paul was crucified for you Or into the name of Paul were you baptized
KJV: Christ  divided?  Paul  crucified  for  or  were ye baptized  in  the name  of Paul? 

1 Corinthians 1:17
Literal: Not for sent me Christ to baptize but to preach the gospel not in wisdom of discourse that not be emptied of power the cross of the Christ
KJV: For  Christ  sent  not  to baptize,  but  to preach the gospel:  not  with  wisdom  of words,  the cross  of Christ  should be made of none effect. 

1 Corinthians 1:23
Literal: we however preach Christ having been crucified to [the] Jewish indeed a stumbling block to Gentiles now foolishness
KJV: But  preach  Christ  crucified,  unto the Jews  a stumblingblock,  and  foolishness; 

1 Corinthians 1:24
Literal: to them however the called Jews both and Greeks Christ of God [the] power [the] wisdom
KJV: But  unto them  which  are called,  both  Jews  and  Greeks,  Christ  the power  of God,  and  the wisdom  of God. 

1 Corinthians 1:30
Literal: Out of Him however you are in Christ Jesus who has been made wisdom unto us from God righteousness and also sanctification and redemption
KJV: But  of  him  in  Christ  Jesus,  who  of  God  is made  wisdom,  and righteousness,  and  sanctification,  and  redemption: 

1 Corinthians 2:2
Literal: Nothing for I decided anything to know among you if not Jesus Christ and Him having been crucified
KJV: For  I determined  not  to know  any thing  among  Jesus  Christ,  and  crucified. 

1 Corinthians 2:16
Literal: Who for has known [the] mind of [the] Lord Who will instruct Him We however of Christ have
KJV: For  who  hath known  the mind  of the Lord,  that  he may instruct  him?  But  have  the mind  of Christ. 

1 Corinthians 3:1
Literal: And I brothers not was able to speak to you as to spiritual but to fleshly to infants in Christ
KJV: brethren,  could  not  speak  as  unto spiritual,  but  as  unto babes  in  Christ. 

1 Corinthians 3:11
Literal: Foundation for another no one is able to lay besides the [one] being already laid which is Jesus Christ
KJV: For  other  foundation  can  no man  lay  than  that is laid,  which  Jesus  Christ. 

1 Corinthians 3:23
Literal: you now of Christ Christ of God
KJV: And  are Christ's;  and  Christ  is God's. 

1 Corinthians 4:1
Literal: So us let regard a man as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God
KJV: a man  so  account  as  of the ministers  of Christ,  and  stewards  of the mysteries  of God. 

1 Corinthians 4:10
Literal: We [are] fools on account of Christ you however wise in Christ weak strong honored without honor
KJV: are fools  Christ's  sake,  but  are wise  in  Christ;  are weak,  but  are strong;  are honourable,  but  are despised. 

1 Corinthians 4:15
Literal: If for ten thousand guardians you should have in Christ yet not many fathers Jesus through the gospel I you have begotten
KJV: For  though  ye have  ten thousand  instructors  in  Christ,  yet  have ye not  many  fathers:  for  in  Christ  Jesus  have begotten  through  the gospel. 

1 Corinthians 4:17
Literal: On account of this it [is] I sent to you Timothy who is my child beloved and faithful in [the] Lord who you will remind of the ways of me that [are] in Christ Jesus as everywhere every church I teach
KJV: cause  have I sent  Timotheus,  who  beloved  son,  and  faithful  in  the Lord,  who  into remembrance  ways  which  be in  Christ,  as  I teach  every where  in  every  church. 

1 Corinthians 5:7
Literal: Cleanse out the old leaven that you may be a new lump as you are unleavened Also for the Passover lamb of us has been sacrificed Christ
KJV: Purge out  the old  leaven,  that  a new  lump,  as  unleavened.  For  even  Christ  passover  is sacrificed 

1 Corinthians 6:11
Literal: And such some [of] you were but you were washed you were sanctified you were justified in the name of the Lord of us Jesus Christ by Spirit God of us
KJV: And  some of you:  but  ye are washed,  but  ye are sanctified,  but  ye are justified  in  the name  of the Lord  Jesus,  and  by  the Spirit  God. 

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 7:22
Literal: The [one] for in [the] Lord having been called [being] a slave a freedman of [the] Lord is likewise free a slave is of Christ
KJV: For  he that is called  in  the Lord,  being a servant,  the Lord's  freeman:  likewise  he that is called,  being free,  Christ's  servant. 

1 Corinthians 8:6
Literal: yet to us [there is] one God the Father of whom [are] the things all and we for Him one Lord Jesus Christ by through Him
KJV: But  there is but one  God,  the Father,  of  whom  are all things,  and  in  him;  and  one  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  by  whom  are all things,  and  by  him. 

1 Corinthians 8:11
Literal: Is destroyed for the [one] being weak through - your knowledge the brother for whom Christ died
KJV: thy  knowledge  the weak  brother  perish,  for  whom  Christ  died? 

1 Corinthians 8:12
Literal: Thus then sinning against the brothers and wounding their - conscience being weak Christ you sin
KJV: But  when ye sin  so  against  the brethren,  and  wound  their  weak  conscience,  ye sin  against  Christ. 

1 Corinthians 9:12
Literal: If others of the over you authority partake [should] not more we But not we did use the right this Instead all things we bear so that not any hindrance we should place to the gospel of Christ
KJV: If  others  be partakers  of this power  are not  rather?  Nevertheless  not  used  power;  but  suffer  all things,  we should  hinder  the gospel  of Christ. 

1 Corinthians 9:21
Literal: To those outside [the] Law like outside [the] Law not being of God but under [the] law to Christ so that I might win those outside [the] Law
KJV: To them that are without law,  as  without law,  not  without law  to God,  but  under the law  to Christ,)  that  I might gain  them that are without law. 

1 Corinthians 10:4
Literal: and all the same spiritual drank drink they were drinking for from [the] spiritual accompanying [them] rock the rock then was - Christ
KJV: And  all  drink  the same  spiritual  drink:  for  they drank  of  that spiritual  Rock  that followed them:  and  that Rock  Christ. 

1 Corinthians 10:9
Literal: Neither should we test the Christ as some of them tested and by - serpents were destroyed
KJV: Neither  let us tempt  Christ,  as  some  of them  also  tempted,  and  were destroyed  of  serpents. 

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 11:1
Literal: Imitators of me be as I also [am] of Christ
KJV: Be  ye followers  even as  I also  am of Christ. 

1 Corinthians 11:3
Literal: I want however you to know that of every man the head - Christ is [the] head now of [the] woman [is] the man - of Christ God
KJV: But  I would have  know,  that  the head  of every  man  Christ;  and  the head  of the woman  is the man;  and  the head  of Christ  is God. 

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

1 Corinthians 15:3
Literal: I delivered for to you in the foremost what also I received that Christ died for the sins of us according to the Scriptures
KJV: For  I delivered  first of all  that which  also  received,  how  that Christ  died  for  sins  according  to the scriptures; 

1 Corinthians 15:12
Literal: If now Christ is preached that out from [the] dead He has been raised how say among you some a resurrection of [the] dead not there is
KJV: Now  if  Christ  be preached  that  he rose  from  the dead,  how  say  some  among  that  no  resurrection  of the dead? 

1 Corinthians 15:13
Literal: If however a resurrection of [the] dead not there is neither Christ has been raised
KJV: But  if  no  resurrection  of the dead,  Christ  not  risen: 

1 Corinthians 15:14
Literal: if then Christ not has been raised [is] void then also the preaching of us void also the faith of you
KJV: And  if  Christ  not  risen,  then  preaching  vain,  and  faith  is  also  vain. 

1 Corinthians 15:15
Literal: We are found then also false witnesses - of God because we have witnessed concerning God that He raised up - Christ whom not He has raised if then [the] dead are raised
KJV: Yea,  and  we are found  false witnesses  of God;  because  we have testified  of  God  that  he raised up  Christ:  whom  not  up,  if  so be  that the dead  rise  not. 

1 Corinthians 15:16
Literal: If for [the] dead not are raised neither Christ has been raised
KJV: For  if  the dead  rise  not,  not  Christ  raised: 

1 Corinthians 15:17
Literal: if then Christ not has been raised futile the faith of you is still you are in the sins
KJV: And  if  Christ  not  raised,  faith  is vain;  yet  in  sins. 

1 Corinthians 15:18
Literal: Then also those having fallen asleep in Christ have perished
KJV: Then  they also  which are fallen asleep  in  Christ  are perished. 

1 Corinthians 15:19
Literal: If in the life this Christ having hope we are only more to be pitied than all men we are
KJV: If  in  life  only  we have hope  in  Christ,  of all  men  most miserable. 

1 Corinthians 15:20
Literal: Now however Christ has been raised out from [the] dead firstfruit of those having fallen asleep
KJV: But  now  Christ  risen  from  the dead,  the firstfruits  of them that slept. 

1 Corinthians 15:22
Literal: For as indeed in - Adam all die so also Christ will be made alive
KJV: For  as  in  Adam  all  die,  even  so  in  Christ  all  be made alive. 

1 Corinthians 15:23
Literal: Each however in the own order [the] firstfruit Christ then those of Christ at the coming of Him
KJV: But  every man  in  his own  order:  Christ  the firstfruits;  afterward  they that are  Christ's  at  his  coming. 

1 Corinthians 15:31
Literal: Every day I die as surely as the in you boasting brothers which I have in Christ Jesus the Lord of us
KJV: I protest by  your  which  I have  in  Christ  Jesus  Lord,  I die  daily. 

1 Corinthians 15:57
Literal: to however God [be] thanks the [One] giving us the victory through the Lord of us Jesus Christ
KJV: But  thanks  be to God,  which  giveth  the victory  through  Lord  Jesus  Christ. 

1 Corinthians 16:24
Literal: The love of Me [be] with all you in Christ Jesus Amen
KJV: love  be with  all  in  Christ  Jesus.  Amen. 

2 Corinthians 1:1
Literal: Paul apostle of Christ Jesus by [the] will of God and Timothy the brother To the church - - being in Corinth with the saints all - being all Achaia
KJV: Paul,  an apostle  of Jesus  Christ  by  the will  of God,  and  Timothy  our brother,  unto the church  of God  which  at  Corinth,  with  all  the saints  which  in  all  Achaia: 

2 Corinthians 1:2
Literal: Grace to you and peace from God [the] Father of us [the] Lord Jesus Christ
KJV: Grace  and  peace  from  God  Father,  and  from the Lord  Jesus  Christ. 

2 Corinthians 1:3
Literal: Blessed [be] the God and Father of the Lord of us Jesus Christ - of compassions of all comfort
KJV: Blessed  be God,  even  the Father  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  the Father  of mercies,  and  the God  of all  comfort; 

2 Corinthians 1:5
Literal: because as abound the sufferings of the Christ toward us thus so through - abounds also the comfort of us
KJV: For  as  the sufferings  of Christ  abound  in  so  consolation  also  aboundeth  by  Christ. 

2 Corinthians 1:19
Literal: The - of God for Son Christ Jesus the [One] among you by us having been proclaimed me and Silvanus Timothy not was Yes No but in Him it has always been
KJV: For  the Son  of God,  Jesus  Christ,  who  was preached  among  by  and  Silvanus  and  Timotheus,  was  not  yea  and  nay,  but  in  him  was  yea. 

2 Corinthians 1:21
Literal: The [One] now establishing us with you unto Christ and having anointed [is] God
KJV: Now  he which stablisheth  with  in  Christ,  and  hath anointed  is God; 

2 Corinthians 2:10
Literal: To whomever now anything you forgive I also and for I to whom I have forgiven if [it is] for the sake of you in [the] person of Christ
KJV: To whom  ye forgive  any thing,  forgive also:  if I  forgave  to whom  I forgave  it, for your sakes  forgave I it in  the person  of Christ; 

2 Corinthians 2:12
Literal: Having come now to - Troas for the gospel - of Christ also a door to me having been opened in [the] Lord
KJV: Furthermore,  when I came  to  Troas  to  preach Christ's  gospel,  and  a door  was opened  of  the Lord, 

2 Corinthians 2:14
Literal: To however God [be] thanks the [One] always leading in triumph us in - Christ and the fragrance of the knowledge of Him making manifest through us every place
KJV: Now  thanks  be unto God,  which always  to triumph  in  Christ,  and  maketh manifest  the savour  of his  knowledge  by  in  every  place. 

2 Corinthians 2:15
Literal: For of Christ a sweet perfume we are - to God in those being saved and perishing
KJV: For  unto God  a sweet savour  of Christ,  in  them that are saved,  and  in  them that perish: 

2 Corinthians 2:17
Literal: Not for we are like the many peddling the word - of God but as of sincerity of God before in Christ we speak
KJV: For  not  as  many,  which corrupt  the word  of God:  but  as  of  sincerity,  but  as  of  God,  speak we  in  Christ. 

2 Corinthians 3:3
Literal: being revealed that you are a letter of Christ having been ministered to by us having been inscribed not in ink but with [the] Spirit of God [the] living not on tablets of stone but of hearts human
KJV: Forasmuch as ye are manifestly declared  to  the epistle  of Christ  ministered  by  written  not  with ink,  but  with the Spirit  of the living  God;  not  in  tables  of stone,  but  in  fleshy  tables  of the heart. 

2 Corinthians 3:4
Literal: Confidence now such we have through - Christ toward - God
KJV: And  such  trust  have we  through  Christ  to  God-ward: 

2 Corinthians 3:14
Literal: But were hardened the minds of them Until for the present day the same veil at the reading of the old covenant remains not being lifted which in Christ is being removed
KJV: But  their  minds  were blinded:  for  until  this day  remaineth  the same  vail  untaken  away  in  the reading  of the old  testament;  vail is done away  in  Christ. 

2 Corinthians 4:4
Literal: in whom the god of the age this has blinded the minds of the unbelieving so as for - not to beam forth the illumination of the gospel of the glory - of Christ who is [the] image of God
KJV: In  whom  the god  world  hath blinded  the minds  of them which believe not,  lest  the light  of the glorious  gospel  of Christ,  who  the image  of God,  should shine 

2 Corinthians 4:5
Literal: Not for ourselves do we proclaim but Christ Jesus Lord now servants of you for the sake of
KJV: For  we preach  not  ourselves,  but  Christ  Jesus  the Lord;  and  ourselves  servants  Jesus'  sake. 

2 Corinthians 4:6
Literal: For [it is] - God having said Out of darkness light shall shine who shone in the hearts of us for [the] radiance of the knowledge glory - of God [the] face of Jesus Christ
KJV: For  God,  who  commanded  the light  to shine  out of  darkness,  hath shined  in  hearts,  to  give the light  of the knowledge  of the glory  of God  in  the face  of Jesus  Christ. 

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 5:14
Literal: The for love - of Christ compels us having concluded this that One for all has died therefore - all have died
KJV: For  the love  of Christ  constraineth  judge,  that  one  died  for  all,  then  all  dead: 

2 Corinthians 5:16
Literal: Therefore we from - now no one regard according to [the] flesh Though even we have regarded flesh Christ yet no longer we regard [Him thus]
KJV: Wherefore  henceforth  know  no man  after  the flesh:  we have known  Christ  after  the flesh,  yet  now  know we  him no more. 

2 Corinthians 5:17
Literal: Therefore if anyone [is] in Christ [he is] a new creation The old things have passed away behold has come into being [the] new
KJV: Therefore  be in  Christ,  he is a new  creature:  old things  are passed away;  behold,  are become  new. 

2 Corinthians 5:18
Literal: - And all things [are] of - God the [One] having reconciled us to Himself through Christ and having given to us the ministry - of reconciliation
KJV: And  all things  are of  God,  who  hath reconciled  to himself  by  Christ,  and  hath given  the ministry  of reconciliation; 

2 Corinthians 5:19
Literal: how that God was in Christ [the] world reconciling to Himself not reckoning to them the trespasses of them and having put into us the word - of reconciliation
KJV: To wit,  that  God  in  Christ,  reconciling  the world  unto himself,  not  imputing  their  trespasses  unto them;  and  hath committed  unto  the word  of reconciliation. 

2 Corinthians 5:20
Literal: For Christ therefore we are ambassadors as though - God is beseeching through us We implore on behalf of Christ Be reconciled - to God
KJV: Now then  we are ambassadors  for  Christ,  as though  God  did beseech  you by  we pray  Christ's  stead,  be ye reconciled  to God. 

2 Corinthians 6:15
Literal: What now harmony Christ with Belial Or part to a believer with an unbeliever
KJV: And  what  concord  hath Christ  with  Belial?  or  what  part  hath he that believeth  with  an infidel? 

2 Corinthians 8:9
Literal: You know for the grace of the Lord of us Jesus Christ that for the sake of you He became poor rich being so that you - through that poverty might be enriched
KJV: For  ye know  the grace  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  that,  rich,  sakes  he became poor,  that  through his  poverty  might be rich. 

2 Corinthians 8:23
Literal: Whether as regards Titus [he is] partner my and for you a fellow worker or brothers our [they are] apostles of [the] churches [the] glory of Christ
KJV: Whether  any do enquire of  Titus,  he is my  partner  and  fellowhelper  concerning  or  brethren  be enquired of, they are the messengers  of the churches,  and the glory  of Christ. 

2 Corinthians 9:13
Literal: through the proof of the service this [they] glorifying - God at the submission of confession of you to the gospel - of Christ and [the] generosity participation toward them all
KJV: Whiles by  the experiment  ministration  they glorify  God  for  professed  subjection  unto  the gospel  of Christ,  and  for your liberal  distribution  unto  them,  and  unto  all 

2 Corinthians 10:1
Literal: Myself now I Paul exhort you by the meekness and gentleness - of Christ who as to appearance indeed [am] humble among you being absent however am bold toward
KJV: Now  Paul  myself  beseech  by  and  gentleness  of Christ,  who  in  presence  am base  among  but  being absent  am bold  toward 

2 Corinthians 10:5
Literal: arguments overthrowing and every high thing lifting itself up against the knowledge - of God taking captive thought into the obedience of Christ
KJV: Casting down  imaginations,  and  every  high thing  that exalteth itself  against  the knowledge  of God,  and  bringing into captivity  every  thought  to  the obedience  of Christ; 

2 Corinthians 10:7
Literal: The things according to appearance are you looking If anyone is persuaded in himself of Christ to be this let him reckon again within himself that as he [is] of Christ so also [are] we
KJV: Do ye look on  things after  the outward appearance?  trust  to himself  Christ's,  himself  think  again,  that,  as  he  is Christ's,  even  so  Christ's. 

2 Corinthians 10:14
Literal: Not for as not reaching to you we are overextending ourselves as far as also you we came in the gospel - of Christ
KJV: For  not  ourselves  beyond  our measure, as  though we reached  not  unto  for  we are come  as far as  also  in  preaching the gospel  of Christ: 

2 Corinthians 11:2
Literal: I am jealous as to for you of God with [the] jealousy I have betrothed to one husband a virgin pure to present - to Christ
KJV: For  I am jealous  with godly  jealousy:  for  I have espoused  to one  husband,  that I may present  you as a chaste  virgin  to Christ. 

2 Corinthians 11:3
Literal: I am afraid however lest by any means as the serpent deceived Eve in the craftiness of him might be corrupted the minds of you from the simplicity and purity - in - Christ
KJV: But  I fear,  as  the serpent  beguiled  Eve  through  his  subtilty,  minds  should be corrupted  from  the simplicity  that is in  Christ. 

2 Corinthians 11:10
Literal: Is [the] truth of Christ in me that the boasting this not will be sealed up of mine the regions - of Achaia
KJV: As the truth  of Christ  in  no man  me  of this  boasting  in  the regions  of Achaia. 

2 Corinthians 11:13
Literal: - For such [are] false apostles workers deceitful disguising themselves as apostles of Christ
KJV: For  such  are false apostles,  deceitful  workers,  transforming themselves  into  the apostles  of Christ. 

2 Corinthians 11:23
Literal: Servants of Christ are they As being beside myself I speak above [measure] I [too] in labors more abundantly imprisonments beatings above measure deaths often
KJV: ministers  of Christ?  (I speak  as a fool  ) I  am more;  in  labours  in  stripes  above measure,  in  prisons  in  deaths  oft. 

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 12:9
Literal: And He said to me Suffices you the grace of Me for power in weakness is perfected Most gladly therefore rather will I boast the weaknesses of me so that may rest upon me - of Christ
KJV: And  he said  grace  is sufficient  for  strength  in  weakness.  Most gladly  therefore  rather  glory  in  infirmities,  that  the power  of Christ  may rest  upon 

2 Corinthians 12:10
Literal: Therefore I take pleasure in weaknesses insults hardships persecutions and difficulties for Christ when for I might be weak then strong I am
KJV: Therefore  I take pleasure  in  infirmities,  in  reproaches,  in  necessities,  in  persecutions,  in  distresses  Christ's  sake:  for  when  I am weak,  then  am  I strong. 

2 Corinthians 12:19
Literal: All along have you been thinking that to you we have been making a defense Before God in Christ we speak - but all things beloved for - your edification
KJV: think ye  that  we excuse ourselves  we speak  God  in  Christ:  but  we do all things,  dearly beloved,  for  edifying. 

2 Corinthians 13:3
Literal: since a proof you seek - in me speaking of Christ who toward you not is weak but is powerful among you
KJV: Since  ye seek  a proof  of Christ  speaking  in  which  to  not  weak,  but  is mighty  in 

2 Corinthians 13:5
Literal: Yourselves examine whether you are in the faith test Or not do you recognize that Jesus Christ [is] you if not unapproved you are
KJV: Examine  yourselves,  whether  in  the faith;  prove  your own selves.  Know ye  not  your own selves,  how that  Jesus  Christ  in 

2 Corinthians 13:14
Literal: The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ and love of God fellowship of the Holy Spirit [be] with all of you Amen
KJV: The grace  of the Lord  Jesus  Christ,  and  the love  of God,  and  the communion  of the Holy  Ghost,  be with  all.  Amen. 

Galatians 1:1
Literal: Paul an apostle not from men nor through man but through Jesus Christ and God [the] Father the [One] having raised Him out from [the] dead
KJV: Paul,  an apostle,  (not  of  men,  neither  by  man,  but  by  Jesus  Christ,  and  God  the Father,  who  raised  him  from  the dead;) 

Galatians 1:3
Literal: Grace to you and peace from God Father of us and the Lord Jesus Christ
KJV: Grace  and  peace  from  God  the Father,  and  Lord  Jesus  Christ, 

Galatians 1:6
Literal: I am astonished that so quickly you are deserting from the [One] having called you in [the] grace of Christ to a different gospel
KJV: I marvel  that  so  soon  removed  from  him that called  into  the grace  of Christ  unto  another  gospel: 

Galatians 1:7
Literal: which not is another if not some there are who are troubling you and are desiring to pervert the gospel - of Christ
KJV: Which  not  another;  some  trouble  and  would  pervert  the gospel  of Christ. 

Galatians 1:10
Literal: Presently for of men do I seek approval or - God do I seek men to please For if yet I were pleasing of Christ a servant not - I would be
KJV: For  now  persuade  men,  or  God?  or  do I seek  to please  men?  for  if  yet  pleased  men,  I should  not  the servant  of Christ. 

Galatians 1:12
Literal: Neither for I from man received it nor was I taught [it] but by a revelation of Jesus Christ
KJV: For  neither  received  it  of  man,  neither  was I taught  it, but  by  the revelation  of Jesus  Christ. 

Galatians 1:22
Literal: I was then unknown - by face to the churches - of Judea that [are] in Christ
KJV: And  unknown  by face  unto the churches  of Judaea  which  were in  Christ: 

Galatians 2:4
Literal: because of even the brought in secretly false brothers who came in by stealth to spy out the freedom of us which we have in Christ Jesus that us they will enslave
KJV: And  that because of  false brethren  unawares brought in,  who  came in privily  to spy out  liberty  which  we have  in  Christ  Jesus,  that  into bondage: 

Galatians 2:16
Literal: knowing nevertheless that not is justified a man by works of law if not through faith Christ from Jesus even we in Christ Jesus have believed that we may be justified by from Christ and not of the Law because will be justified any flesh
KJV: Knowing  that  a man  not  justified  by  the works  of the law,  by  the faith  of Jesus  Christ,  even  have believed  in  Jesus  Christ,  that  we might be justified  by  the faith  of Christ,  and  not  by  the works  of the law:  by  the works  of the law  no  flesh  be justified. 

Galatians 2:17
Literal: If however seeking to be justified in Christ have been found also we ourselves sinners [is] then Christ of sin a minister Never may it be
KJV: But  if,  while we seek  to be justified  by  Christ,  ourselves  also  are found  sinners,  Christ  the minister  of sin?  God forbid. 

Galatians 2:20
Literal: Christ I have been crucified with I live now no longer I lives however in me Christ that which then now [the] flesh through faith that from the Son - of God the [One] having loved me and having given up Himself for me
KJV: I am crucified  with Christ:  nevertheless  I live;  yet not  I,  but  Christ  liveth  in  and  the life which  now  live  in  the flesh  I live  by  the faith  of the Son  of God,  who  loved  and  gave  himself  for 

Galatians 2:21
Literal: Not I do set aside the grace - of God if for through [the] Law righteousness [is] then Christ for naught died
KJV: not  frustrate  the grace  of God:  for  if  righteousness  come by  the law,  then  Christ  is dead  in vain. 

Galatians 3:1
Literal: O foolish Galatians Who you has bewitched the truth not to obey whose before eyes Jesus Christ was publicly portrayed [as] having been crucified
KJV: foolish  Galatians,  who  hath bewitched  not  obey  the truth,  before  whose  eyes  Jesus  Christ  hath been evidently set forth,  crucified 

Galatians 3:13
Literal: Christ us redeemed from the curse of the Law having become for us a curse for it has been written Cursed [is] everyone - hanging on a tree
KJV: Christ  hath redeemed  from  the curse  of the law,  being made  a curse  for  it is written,  Cursed  is every one  that hangeth  on  a tree: 

Galatians 3:14
Literal: so that to the Gentiles the blessing - of Abraham might come in Jesus Christ the promise of the Spirit we might receive through - faith
KJV: That  the blessing  of Abraham  might come  on  the Gentiles  through  Jesus  Christ;  that  we might receive  the promise  of the Spirit  through  faith. 

Galatians 3:16
Literal: - And to Abraham were spoken the promises and to the seed of him Not it does say - to seeds as of many but of One seed of you who is Christ
KJV: Now  to Abraham  and  his  seed  the promises  He saith  not,  And  to seeds,  as  of  many;  but  as  of  one,  And  seed,  which  Christ. 

Galatians 3:22
Literal: but imprisoned the Scripture things all under sin so that promise by faith from Jesus Christ might be given to those believing
KJV: But  the scripture  hath concluded  all  under  sin,  that  the promise  by  faith  of Jesus  Christ  might be given  to them that believe. 

Galatians 3:24
Literal: so that the Law trainer of us has become unto Christ so that by faith we might be justified
KJV: Wherefore  the law  was  schoolmaster  to bring us unto  Christ,  that  we might be justified  by  faith. 

Galatians 3:26
Literal: All for sons of God you are through - faith in Christ Jesus
KJV: For  all  the children  of God  by  faith  in  Christ  Jesus. 

Galatians 3:27
Literal: As many as for into Christ you were baptized you have put on
KJV: For  as many of you as  have been baptized  into  Christ  have put on  Christ. 

Galatians 3:28
Literal: Neither there is Jew nor Greek slave free male and female all for you one are in Christ Jesus
KJV: There is  neither  Jew  nor  Greek,  there is  neither  bond  nor  free,  there is  neither  male  nor  female:  for  all  one  in  Christ  Jesus. 

Galatians 3:29
Literal: If now you [are] Christ’s then - Abraham’s seed you are according to [the] promise heirs
KJV: And  if  be Christ's,  then  Abraham's  seed,  heirs  according  to the promise. 

Galatians 4:14
Literal: and the test of you in the flesh of me not you did despise [me] nor reject [me] with contempt but as an angel of God you received me even as Christ Jesus
KJV: And  temptation  which was in  flesh  ye despised  not,  nor  rejected;  but  received  as  an angel  of God,  even as  Christ  Jesus. 

Galatians 4:19
Literal: Children of me of whom again I travail until that shall have been formed Christ in you
KJV: of whom  I travail in birth  again  Christ  be formed  in 

Galatians 5:1
Literal: In freedom us Christ has set free stand firm therefore and not again in a yoke of slavery entangle yourselves
KJV: Stand fast  therefore  in the liberty  Christ  free,  and  not  entangled  again  with the yoke  of bondage. 

Galatians 5:2
Literal: Behold I Paul say to you that if you shall become circumcised Christ you nothing will profit
KJV: Paul  say  that  if  ye be circumcised,  Christ  shall profit  nothing. 

Galatians 5:4
Literal: You are severed from Christ whoever in [the] Law are being justified from grace you have fallen away
KJV: Christ  is become of no effect unto you,  whosoever of you  are justified  by  the law;  ye are fallen from  grace. 

Galatians 5:6
Literal: In for Christ Jesus neither circumcision any has power nor uncircumcision but only faith through love working
KJV: For  in  Jesus  Christ  neither  circumcision  availeth  any thing,  nor  uncircumcision;  but  faith  which worketh  by  love. 

Galatians 5:24
Literal: Those now - of Christ Jesus the flesh have crucified with [its] passions and - desires
KJV: And  they that are  Christ's  have crucified  the flesh  with  the affections  and  lusts. 

Galatians 6:2
Literal: One another’s - burdens bear you and thus you shall fulfill the law - of Christ
KJV: Bear ye  one another's  burdens,  and  so  fulfil  the law  of Christ. 

Galatians 6:12
Literal: As many as wish to have a fair appearance in [the] flesh these compel you to be circumcised only that for the cross - of Christ Jesus not they might be persecuted
KJV: As many as  desire  to make a fair shew  in  the flesh,  they  constrain  to be circumcised;  only  they should suffer persecution  for the cross  of Christ. 

Galatians 6:14
Literal: For me however never may it be to boast if in the cross of the Lord of us Jesus Christ through which to me [the] world has been crucified and I [to the] world
KJV: But  God forbid  should glory,  in  the cross  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  by  whom  the world  is crucified  and I  unto the world. 

Galatians 6:18
Literal: The grace of the Lord of us Jesus Christ [be] with the spirit of you brothers Amen
KJV: Brethren,  the grace  Lord  Jesus  Christ  be with  spirit.  Amen. 

Ephesians 1:1
Literal: Paul an apostle of Christ Jesus by [the] will of God To the saints - being in Ephesus and faithful Christ Jesus
KJV: Paul,  an apostle  of Jesus  Christ  by  the will  of God,  to the saints  at  Ephesus,  and  to the faithful  in  Christ  Jesus: 

Ephesians 1:2
Literal: Grace to you and peace from God [the] Father of us [the] Lord Jesus Christ
KJV: Grace  and  peace,  from  God  Father,  and  from the Lord  Jesus  Christ. 

Ephesians 1:3
Literal: Blessed [be] the God and Father of the Lord of us Jesus Christ the [One] having blessed us with every blessing spiritual in the heavenly realms Christ
KJV: Blessed  be the God  and  Father  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  who  hath blessed  with  all  spiritual  blessings  in  heavenly  places in  Christ: 

Ephesians 1:5
Literal: having predestined us for divine adoption as sons through Jesus Christ to Himself according to the good pleasure of the will of Him
KJV: Having predestinated  unto  the adoption of children  by  Jesus  Christ  to  himself,  according  to the good pleasure  of his  will, 

Ephesians 1:10
Literal: for [the] administration of the fullness of the times to bring together the all things in - Christ the things in the heavens and upon the earth
KJV: That in  the dispensation  of the fulness  of times  he might gather together in one  all things  in  Christ,  which  are in  heaven,  and  which  are on  earth;  even in 

Ephesians 1:12
Literal: for - to be us to [the] praise of [the] glory of Him the [ones] having first trusted in - Christ
KJV: That  the praise  of his  glory,  who  first trusted  in  Christ. 

Ephesians 1:17
Literal: that the God of the Lord of us Jesus Christ Father - of glory may give to you [a] spirit of wisdom and revelation in [the] knowledge of Him
KJV: That  the God  Lord  Jesus  Christ,  the Father  of glory,  may give  the spirit  of wisdom  and  revelation  in  the knowledge  of him: 

Ephesians 1:20
Literal: which He worked in - Christ having raised Him out from [the] dead and having set [Him] at [the] right hand of Him the heavenly realms
KJV: Which  he wrought  in  Christ,  when he raised  him  from  the dead,  and  set  him at  his own  right hand  in  the heavenly 

Ephesians 2:5
Literal: even being we dead - in trespasses made [us] alive with - Christ by grace you are saved
KJV: Even  dead  in sins,  hath quickened us together with  Christ,  (by grace  saved;) 

Ephesians 2:6
Literal: and He raised [us] up together seated [us] together in the heavenly realms Christ Jesus
KJV: And  hath raised us up together,  and  made us sit together  in  heavenly  places in  Christ  Jesus: 

Ephesians 2:7
Literal: in order that He might show in the ages that [are] coming the surpassing riches of the grace of Him kindness toward us Christ Jesus
KJV: That  in  the ages  to come  he might shew  the exceeding  riches  of his  grace  in  his kindness  toward  through  Christ  Jesus. 

Ephesians 2:10
Literal: Of Him for we are workmanship having been created in Christ Jesus for works good which prepared beforehand - God that them we should walk
KJV: For  his  workmanship,  created  in  Christ  Jesus  unto  good  works,  which  God  hath before ordained  that  we should walk  in  them. 

Ephesians 2:12
Literal: that you were at the time that separate from Christ alienated from the commonwealth - of Israel and strangers to the covenants of the promise hope not having without God in the world
KJV: That  at  that  time  without  Christ,  being aliens  from the commonwealth  of Israel,  and  strangers  from the covenants  of promise,  having  no  hope,  and  without God  in  the world: 

Ephesians 2:13
Literal: Now however in Christ Jesus you the [ones] once being far off have become near by the blood - of Christ
KJV: But  now  in  Christ  Jesus  who  sometimes  far off  are made  nigh  by  the blood  of Christ. 

Ephesians 2:20
Literal: having been built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets being [the] cornerstone Himself Christ Jesus
KJV: And are built  upon  the foundation  of the apostles  and  prophets,  Jesus  Christ  himself  the chief corner 

Ephesians 3:1
Literal: Of this for reason I Paul the prisoner - of Christ Jesus for you - Gentiles
KJV: cause  Paul,  the prisoner  of Jesus  Christ  for  Gentiles, 

Ephesians 3:4
Literal: by which you are able reading [it] to understand the insight of me into the mystery - of Christ
KJV: Whereby,  when ye read,  ye may  understand  knowledge  in  the mystery  of Christ) 

Ephesians 3:6
Literal: are the Gentiles joint-heirs and a joint-body joint-partakers of the promise in Christ Jesus through the gospel
KJV: That the Gentiles  fellowheirs,  and  of the same body,  and  partakers  promise  in  Christ  by  the gospel: 

Ephesians 3:8
Literal: To me the very least of all saints was given the grace this to the Gentiles to preach the unsearchable riches - of Christ
KJV: who am less than the least  of all  saints,  this  grace  given,  that I should preach  the Gentiles  the unsearchable  riches  of Christ; 

Ephesians 3:11
Literal: according to [the] purpose of the ages which He accomplished in - Christ Jesus the Lord of us
KJV: According to  the eternal  purpose  which  he purposed  in  Christ  Jesus  Lord: 

Ephesians 3:14
Literal: ... of this for reason I bow the knees of me to the Father - Lord of our Jesus Christ
KJV: cause  I bow  knees  unto  the Father  Lord  Jesus  Christ, 

Ephesians 3:17
Literal: [for] to dwell - Christ through - faith in the hearts of you love being rooted and being founded
KJV: That Christ  may dwell  in  hearts  by  faith;  ye, being rooted  and  grounded  in  love, 

Ephesians 3:19
Literal: to know then the surpassing - knowledge love - of Christ so that you may be filled unto all the fullness of God
KJV: And  to know  the love  of Christ,  which passeth  knowledge,  that  ye might be filled  with  all  the fulness  of God. 

Ephesians 3:21
Literal: to Him [be] the glory in the church and Christ Jesus to all the generations of the age of the ages Amen
KJV: Unto him  be glory  in  the church  by  Christ  Jesus  throughout  all  ages,  world  Amen. 

Ephesians 4:7
Literal: One now to each of us has been given - grace according to the measure of the gift - of Christ
KJV: But  unto every  one  is given  grace  according to  the measure  of the gift  of Christ. 

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 4:13
Literal: until we may attain - all to the unity of the faith and knowledge of the Son - of God unto a man a complete [the] measure of [the] stature of the fullness of Christ
KJV: Till  we all  come  in  the unity  of the faith,  and  of the knowledge  of the Son  of God,  unto  a perfect  man,  unto  the measure  of the stature  of the fulness  of Christ: 

Ephesians 4:15
Literal: Speaking the truth however in love we should grow up into Him in all things who is the head Christ
KJV: But  speaking the truth  in  love,  may grow up  into  him  in all things,  which  the head,  even Christ: 

Ephesians 4:20
Literal: You however not this way learned - Christ
KJV: But  not  so  learned  Christ; 

Ephesians 4:32
Literal: Be now to one another kind tender-hearted forgiving each other as also - God in Christ forgave you
KJV: And  be  ye kind  one to another,  tenderhearted,  forgiving  one another,  even as  God  Christ's  sake  hath forgiven 

Ephesians 5:2
Literal: and walk in love just as also - Christ loved us gave up himself for us [as] an offering a sacrifice - to God into an aroma of a sweet smell
KJV: And  walk  in  love,  as  Christ  also  hath loved  and  hath given  himself  for  an offering  and  a sacrifice  to God  for  a sweetsmelling  savour. 

Ephesians 5:5
Literal: This for you know realizing that any fornicator or unclean person covetous man who is an idolater not has inheritance in the kingdom - of Christ and of God
KJV: For  that  no  whoremonger,  nor  unclean person,  nor  covetous man,  who  an idolater,  hath  any inheritance  in  the kingdom  of Christ  and  of God. 

Ephesians 5:14
Literal: Therefore it says Awake you the [one] sleeping and rise up out from the dead will shine upon you - Christ
KJV: Wherefore  he saith,  Awake thou  that sleepest,  and  arise  from  the dead,  and  Christ  light. 

Ephesians 5:20
Literal: giving thanks at all times for all things in [the] name the Lord of us Jesus Christ to the God and Father
KJV: Giving thanks  always  for  all things  unto God  and  the Father  in  the name  Lord  Jesus  Christ; 

Ephesians 5:21
Literal: Be submitting yourselves to one another in reverence of Christ
KJV: Submitting yourselves  one to another  in  the fear 

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 5:24
Literal: But even as the church is subjected - to Christ so also - wives to the own husbands in everything
KJV: Therefore  the church  is subject  unto Christ,  so  let the wives  husbands  in  every thing. 

Ephesians 5:25
Literal: - Husbands love the wives just as also - Christ loved the church and Himself gave up for her
KJV: Husbands,  love  your  wives,  even as  Christ  also  loved  the church,  and  gave  himself  for  it; 

Ephesians 5:29
Literal: No one for at any time the of himself flesh hated but he nourishes and cherishes it just as also [does] - Christ church
KJV: For  no man  ever yet  hated  his own  flesh;  but  nourisheth  and  cherisheth  it,  even as  the church: 

Ephesians 5:32
Literal: The mystery this great is I however speak as to Christ and the church
KJV: a great  mystery:  but  speak  concerning  Christ  and  the church. 

Ephesians 6:5
Literal: - Slaves obey the according to flesh masters with fear and trembling in sincerity of the heart of you as to Christ
KJV: Servants,  be obedient  to them that are your masters  according to  the flesh,  with  fear  and  trembling,  in  singleness  heart,  as  unto Christ; 

Ephesians 6:6
Literal: not with eye-service as men-pleasers but servants of Christ doing the will - of God from [the] heart
KJV: Not  with  eyeservice,  as  menpleasers;  but  as  the servants  of Christ,  doing  the will  of God  from  the heart; 

Ephesians 6:23
Literal: Peace to the brothers and love with faith from