Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 846

Word info for αὐτός

Root: αὐτός
Strongs Number: 846
Transliteration: [autos]
Phonetics: ow·tos
Etymology: From the particle au [perhaps akin to the base of 109 through the idea of a baffling wind] (backward)
Parts of Speech: pron.
Twot:
Sense: himself, herself, themselves, itself (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:


   1 himself, herself, themselves, itself.
   2 he, she, it.
   3 the same.
   Additional Information: Wigram’s frequency count is 4913 not 5117.
   

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of G846

αὐτοῦ, αὐτῆς, αὐτῷ, αὐτὴν, αὐτῶν, αὐτοὺς, αὐτούς, Αὐτὸς, αὐτὸν, ‹αὐτοῦ›, αὐτὸς, αὐτόν›, [αὐτῷ], αὐτοῖς, αὐτοὶ, αὐτὸ, αὐτῶν), αὐτά, αὐτόν, αὐτήν, [αὐτοῦ], ‹αὐτῷ›, Αὐτῶν, αὐτῇ, αὐτός, αὐτὰ, ‹αὐτοῖς›, ‹αὐτὸν›, ‹αὐτῶν›, αὐτό, αὐτοί, αὐταῖς, αὐτὴ, αὐτὰς, αὐτὸν〉, 〈αὐτῇ〉, [αὐτοῖς], αὐτῷ〉, Αὐτοὶ, [αὐτῶν], [αὐτὰ], αὐτοῦ», 〈αὐτὸ〉, αὐτῆς⧽, αὐτάς

All words for strongs number G846 :

Word Occurance
αὐτοῦ 899
αὐτῷ 588
αὐτὸν 436
αὐτοῖς 409
αὐτῶν 347
αὐτόν 176
αὐτοὺς 159
αὐτῆς 114
αὐτὸς 85
αὐτούς 83
αὐτῇ 74
αὐτὸ 61
αὐτοὶ 60
αὐτὴν 43
αὐτήν 38
αὐτὰ 27
αὐτό 21
αὐταῖς 15
αὐτός 14
Αὐτὸς 14
αὐτά 11
αὐτὰς 8
‹αὐτοῦ› 7
αὐτὴ 6
‹αὐτῷ› 6
[αὐτοῦ] 6
‹αὐτὸν› 3
Αὐτοὶ 3
‹αὐτοῖς› 2
‹αὐτῶν› 2
αὐτοί 2
[αὐτῶν] 2
αὐτοῦ» 1
〈αὐτὸ〉 1
αὐτῆς⧽ 1
[αὐτὰ] 1
Αὐτῶν 1
αὐτῷ〉 1
[αὐτοῖς] 1
〈αὐτῇ〉 1
αὐτὸν〉 1
αὐτῶν) 1
[αὐτῷ] 1
αὐτόν› 1
αὐτάς 1

How strongs number G846 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
him 889
of him 685
them 466
to him 327
to them 289
of them 218
it 146
he 86
they 60
of her 58
of it 53
her 53
same 45
to her 38
himself 36
his 31
their 13
he himself 13
themselves 12
yourselves 10
for him 9
to it 9
the same 8
myself 8
itself 7
for them 7
on them 7
of himself 6
on him 5
this very 5
by him 4
you yourselves 4
than he 4
ourselves 4
she 4
of his 4
against him 3
to him [be] 3
these 3
these things 3
i myself 3
with him 3
they themselves 3
we ourselves 3
theirs 3
same thing 3
with them 3
this 3
place 2
by them 2
[as] he 2
that 2
upon them 2
unto him 2
of herself 2
likewise 2
in them 2
yourself 2
as he 2
both theirs 1
it [is] 1
with it 1
own 1
among them 1
very [reason] 1
we 1
very 1
[as] the same 1
from him 1
this very thing 1
their [part] 1
in person 1
[the] very thing 1
in those things 1
herself 1
same things 1
these [women] 1
its 1
over them 1
of it [is] 1
of themselves 1
as them 1
his [words] 1
about them 1
thereof 1
[as] they 1
his [own] 1
to them [the] 1
before him 1
against them 1
a woman 1
at her 1
for her 1
- 1
upon her 1
to these 1
same [place] 1
[that] same 1
of them [is] 1
on his part 1
in him 1
one [place] 1
number 1
to those who 1
him [said] 1
at him 1
[to it] yourselves 1
selves 1
from it 1
the same things 1
them [yourself] 1
in it 1

Greek Commentary Search

Matthew 3:4 Now John himself [αυτος δε ο Ιωανης]
Matthew thus introduces the man himself and draws a vivid sketch of his dress (note ειχεν — eichen imperfect tense), his habit, and his food. Would such an uncouth figure be welcome today in any pulpit in our cities? In the wilderness it did not matter. It was probably a matter of necessity with him, not an affectation, though it was the garb of the original Elijah (2 Kings 1:8), rough sackcloth woven from the hair of camels. Plummer holds that “John consciously took Elijah as a model.” [source]
Matthew 8:17 Himself took our infirmities and bare our diseases [αυτος τας αστενειας ελαβεν και τας νοσους εβαστασεν]
A quotation from Isaiah 53:4. It is not clear in what sense Matthew applies the words in Isaiah whether in the precise sense of the Hebrew or in an independent manner. Moffatt translates it: “He took away our sicknesses, and bore the burden of our diseases.” Goodspeed puts it: “He took our sickness and carried away our diseases.” Deissmann (Bible Studies, pp. 102f.) thinks that Matthew has made a free interpretation of the Hebrew, has discarded the translation of the Septuagint, and has transposed the two Hebrew verbs so that Matthew means: “He took upon himself our pains, and bore our diseases.” Plummer holds that “It is impossible, and also unnecessary, to understand what the Evangelist understood by ‹took‘ It at least must mean that Christ removed their sufferings from the sufferers. He can hardly have meant that the diseases were transferred to Christ.” ασταζω — Bastazō occurs freely in the papyri with the sense of lift, carry, endure, carry away (the commonest meaning, Moulton and Milligan, Vocabulary), pilfer. In Matthew 3:11 we have the common vernacular use to take off sandals. The Attic Greek did not use it in the sense of carrying off. “This passage is the cornerstone of the faith-cure theory, which claims that the atonement of Christ includes provision for bodily no less than for spiritual healing, and therefore insists on translating ‹took away‘”(Vincent). We have seen that the word βασταζω — bastazō will possibly allow that meaning, but I agree with McNeile: “The passage, as Matthew employs it, has no bearing on the doctrine of the atonement.” But Jesus does show his sympathy with us. “Christ‘s sympathy with the sufferers was so intense that he really felt their weaknesses and pains.” In our burdens Jesus steps under the load with us and helps us to carry on. [source]
Matthew 8:24 But he was asleep [αυτος δε εκατευδεν]
Imperfect, was sleeping. Picturesque scene. The Sea of Galilee is 680 feet below the Mediterranean Sea. These sudden squalls come down from the summit of Hermon with terrific force (σεισμος μεγας — seismos megas) like an earthquake. Mark (Mark 4:37) and Luke (Luke 8:23) term it a whirlwind (λαιλαπς — lailaps) in furious gusts. [source]
Matthew 11:14 This is Elijah [αυτος εστιν Ελειας]
Jesus here endorses John as the promise of Malachi. The people understood Malachi 4:1 to mean the return of Elijah in person. This John denied as to himself (John 1:21). But Jesus affirms that John is the Elijah of promise who has come already (Matthew 17:12). He emphasizes the point: “He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.” [source]
Mark 3:13 Whom he himself would [ους ητελεν αυτος]
Emphatic use of αυτος — autos (himself) at end of sentence. Whether by personal imitation or through the disciples Jesus invites or calls to himself Luke states that Jesus “continued all night in prayer, to God.” It was a crisis in the ministry of Christ. This select group up in the hills probably respected the long agony of Jesus though they did not comprehend his motive. They formed a sort of spiritual body-guard around the Master during his night vigil in the mountain. [source]
Mark 4:27 He knoweth not how [ως ουκ οιδεν αυτος]
Note position of ως — hōs (beginning) and αυτος — autos (end) of clause: How knows not he. The mystery of growth still puzzles farmers and scientists of today with all our modern knowledge. But nature‘s secret processes do not fail to operate because we are ignorant. This secret and mysterious growth of the kingdom in the heart and life is the point of this beautiful parable given only by Mark. “When man has done his part, the actual process of growth is beyond his reach or comprehension” (Swete). [source]
Mark 6:17 For Herod himself [Αυτος γαρ ο ηρωιδης]
Mark now proceeds to give the narrative of the death of John the Baptist some while before these nervous fears of Herod. But this post eventum narrative is very little out of the chronological order. The news of John‘s death at Machaerus may even have come at the close of the Galilean tour. “The tidings of the murder of the Baptist seem to have brought the recent circuit to an end” (Swete). The disciples of John “went and told Jesus. Now when Jesus heard it, he withdrew from thence in a boat” (Matthew 14:12.). See note on Matthew 14:3-12 for the discussion about Herod Antipas and John and Herodias. [source]
Mark 6:45 While he himself sendeth the multitude away [εως αυτος απολυει τον οχλον]
Matthew 14:22 has it “till he should send away” (εως ου απολυσηι — heōs hou apolusēi) with the aorist subjunctive of purpose. Mark with the present indicative απολυει — apoluei pictures Jesus as personally engaged in persuading the crowds to go away now. John 6:41. explains this activity of Jesus. The crowds had become so excited that they were in the mood to start a revolution against the Roman government and proclaim Jesus king. He had already forced in reality the disciples to leave in a boat to go before him (προαγειν — proagein) in order to get them out of this atmosphere of overwrought excitement with a political twist to the whole conception of the Messianic Kingdom. They were in grave danger of being swept off their feet and falling heedlessly into the Pharisaic conception and so defeating the whole teaching and training of Jesus with them. See note on Matthew 14:22, Matthew 14:23. To this pass things had come one year before the Crucifixion. He had done his best to help and bless the crowds and lost his chance to rest. No one really understood Jesus, not the crowds, not the disciples. Jesus needed the Father to stay and steady him. The devil had come again to tempt him with world dominion in league with the Pharisees, the populace, and the devil in the background. [source]
Mark 6:47 He alone on the land [και αυτος μονος ηπι της γης]
Another Markan touch. Jesus had come down out of the mountain where he had prayed to the Father. He is by the sea again in the late twilight. Apparently Jesus remained quite a while, some hours, on the beach. “It was now dark and Jesus had not yet come to them” (John 6:17). [source]
Mark 14:15 And he [και αυτος]
Emphatic, and he himself. [source]
Luke 2:28 Then he [και αυτος]
Και — Kai as in Luke 2:21. Αυτος — Autos emphatic subject, he after the parents. [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 3:23 Jesus Himself [αυτος Ιησους]
Emphatic intensive pronoun calling attention to the personality of Jesus at this juncture. When he entered upon his Messianic work. [source]
Luke 4:15 And he taught [και αυτος εδιδασκεν]
Luke is fond of this mode of transition so that it is not certain that he means to emphasize “he himself” as distinct from the rumour about him. It is the imperfect tense, descriptive of the habit of Jesus. The synagogues were an open door to Jesus before the hostility of the Pharisees was aroused. [source]
Luke 5:16 But he withdrew himself in the deserts and prayed [αυτος δε ην υποχωρων εν ταις ερημοις και προσευχομενος]
Periphrastic imperfects. Literally, “But he himself was with drawing in the desert places and praying.” The more the crowds came as a result of the leper‘s story, the more Jesus turned away from them to the desert regions and prayed with the Father. It is a picture of Jesus drawn with vivid power. The wild enthusiasm of the crowds was running ahead of their comprehension of Christ and his mission and message. υποχωρεω — Hupochōreō (perhaps with the notion of slipping away secretly, υπο — hupo -) is a very common Greek verb, but in the N.T. occurs in Luke alone. Elsewhere in the N.T. αναχωρεω — anachōreō (to go back) appears. [source]
Luke 5:17 He [αυτος]
Luke sometimes has ην διδασκων — autos in the nominative as unemphatic “he” as here, not “he himself.”Was teaching (ησαν κατημενοι — ēn didaskōn). Periphrastic imperfect again like our English idiom.Were sitting by Periphrastic imperfect again. There is no “by” in the Greek.Doctors of the law (ιεροδιδασκαλος — nomodidaskaloi). A compound word formed after analogy of γραμματεις — hierodidaskalos but not found outside of the N.T. and ecclesiastical writers, one of the very few words apparently N.T. in usage. It appears here and Acts 5:34; 1 Timothy 1:7. It is not likely that Luke and Paul made the word, but they simply used the term already in current use to describe teachers and interpreters of the law. Our word “doctor” is Latin for “teacher.” These “teachers of the law” are called elsewhere in the Gospels “scribes” (νομικος — grammateis) as in Matthew and Mark (See note on Matthew 5:20; Matthew 23:34) and Luke 5:21; Luke 19:47; Luke 21:1; Luke 22:2. Luke also employs νομος — nomikos (one skilled in the law, οι γραμματεις και οι Παρισαιοι — nomos) as in Luke 10:25. One thinks of our LL.D. (Doctors of Civil and Canon Law), for both were combined in Jewish law. They were usually Pharisees (mentioned here for the first time in Luke) for which see note on Matthew 3:7, note on Matthew 5:20. Luke will often speak of the Pharisees hereafter. Not all the “Pharisees” were “teachers of the law” so that both terms often occur together as in Luke 5:21 where Luke has separate articles (οι ησαν εληλυτοτες — hoi grammateis kai hoi Pharisaioi), distinguishing between them, though one article may occur as in Matthew 5:20 or no article as here in Matthew 5:17. Luke alone mentions the presence here of these Pharisees and doctors of the law “which were come” (εκ πασης κωμης της Γαλιλαιας και Ιουδαιας και Ιερουσαλημ — hoi ēsan elēluthotes periphrastic past perfect active, had come).Out of every village of Galilee and Judea and Jerusalem Edersheim (Jewish Social Life) observes that the Jews distinguished Jerusalem as a separate district in Judea. Plummer considers it hyperbole in Luke to use “every village.” But one must recall that Jesus had already made one tour of Galilee which stirred the Pharisees and rabbis to active opposition. Judea had already been aroused and Jerusalem was the headquarters of the definite campaign now organized against Jesus. One must bear in mind that John 4:1-4 shows that Jesus had already left Jerusalem and Judea because of the jealousy of the Pharisees. They are here on purpose to find fault and to make charges against Jesus. One must not forget that there were many kinds of Pharisees and that not all of them were as bad as these legalistic and punctilious hypocrites who deserved the indictment and exposure of Christ in Matthew 23. Paul himself is a specimen of the finer type of Pharisee which, however, developed into the persecuting fanatic till Jesus changed his whole life.The power of the Lord was with him to heal (Κυριου — dunamis Kuriou ēn eis to iāsthai auton). So the best texts. It is neat Greek, but awkward English: “Then was the power of the Lord for the healing as to him (Jesus).” Here δυναμεις — Kuriou refers to Jehovah.Dunamis (dynamite) is one of the common words for “miracles” What Luke means is that Jesus had the power of the Lord God to heal with. He does not mean that this power was intermittent. He simply calls attention to its presence with Jesus on this occasion. [source]
Luke 6:8 But he knew their thoughts [αυτος δε ηιδει τους διαλογισμους αυτων]
In Luke alone. Imperfect in sense, second past perfect in form ηιδει — ēidei from οιδα — oida Jesus, in contrast to these spies (Plummer), read their intellectual processes like an open book. [source]
Luke 6:20 And he lifted up his eyes [και αυτος επαρας τους οπταλμους αυτου]
First aorist active participle from επαιρω — epairō Note also Luke‘s favourite use of και αυτος — kai autos in beginning a paragraph. Vivid detail alone in Luke. Jesus looked the vast audience full in the face. Matthew 5:2 mentions that “he opened his mouth and taught them” (began to teach them, inchoative imperfect, εδιδασκεν — edidasken). He spoke out so that the great crowd could hear. Some preachers do not open their mouths and do not look up at the people, but down at the manuscript and drawl along while the people lose interest and even go to sleep or slip out. [source]
Luke 7:5 Himself [αυτος]
All by himself and at his own expense. Us (ημιν — hēmin). Dative case, for us. It is held by some archaeologists that the black basalt ruins in Tell Hum are the remains of the very synagogue Literally, the synagogue, the one which we have, the one for us. [source]
Luke 9:51 He steadfastly set his face [αυτος το προσωπον εστηρισεν]
Note emphatic αυτος — autos he himself, with fixedness of purpose in the face of difficulty and danger. This look on Christ‘s face as he went to his doom is noted later in Mark 10:32. It is a Hebraistic idiom (nine times in Ezekiel), this use of face here, but the verb (effective aorist active) is an old one from στηριζω — stērizō (from στηριγχ — stērigx a support), to set fast, to fix. [source]
Luke 10:1 He himself was about to come [ημελλεν αυτος ερχεσται]
Imperfect of μελλω — mellō with present infinitive and note αυτος — autos Jesus was to follow after and investigate the work done. This was only a temporary appointment and no names are given, but they could cover a deal of territory. [source]
Luke 11:17 But he [αυτος δε]
In contrast with them. [source]
Luke 11:28 But he said [αυτος δε ειπεν]
Jesus in contrast turns attention to others and gives them a beatitude “The originality of Christ‘s reply guarantees its historical character. Such a comment is beyond the reach of an inventor” (Plummer). [source]
Luke 17:16 And he was a Samaritan [και αυτος ην Σαμαρειτης]
This touch colours the whole incident. The one man who felt grateful enough to come back and thank Jesus for the blessing was a despised Samaritan. The αυτος — autos has point here. [source]
Luke 20:42 For David himself [αυτος γαρ Δαυειδ]
This language of Jesus clearly means that he treats David as the author of Psalm 110:1-7. The inspiration of this Psalm is expressly stated in Mark 12:36; Matthew 22:43 (which see) and the Messianic character of the Psalm in all three Synoptics who all quote the lxx practically alike. Modern criticism that denies the Davidic authorship of this Psalm has to say either that Jesus was ignorant of the fact about it or that he declined to disturb the current acceptation of the Davidic authorship. Certainly modern scholars are not agreed on the authorship of Psalm 110:1-7. Meanwhile one can certainly be excused for accepting the natural implication of the words of Jesus here, “David himself.” [source]
Luke 24:15 Jesus himself [αυτος Ιησους]
In actual person.Went with them (συνεπορευετο αυτοις — suneporeueto autois). Imperfect middle, was going along with them. [source]
Luke 24:36 He himself stood [αυτος εστη]
He himself stepped and stood. Some documents do not have “Peace be unto you.” [source]
Luke 24:39 Myself [αυτος]
Jesus is patient with his proof. They were convinced before he came into the room, but that psychological shock had unnerved them all. [source]
John 2:12 He went down to Capernaum [κατεβη εις Καπαρναουμ αυτος]
Second aorist active indicative of καταβαινω — katabainō Cana was on higher ground. This brief stay (not many days, ου πολλας ημερας — ou pollas hēmeras) in this important city (Tell Hum) on the north shore of Galilee was with Christ‘s mother, brothers (apparently friendly at first) and the six disciples, all in the fresh glow of the glory manifested at Cana. Surely Mary‘s heart was full. [source]
John 2:24 But Jesus did not trust himself to them [αυτος δε Ιησους ουκ επιστευεν αυτον αυτοις]
“But Jesus himself kept on refusing (negative imperfect) to trust himself to them.” The double use of πιστευω — pisteuō here is shown by Acts 8:13 where Simon Magus “believed” Causal use of δια — dia and the accusative case of the articular infinitive το γινωσκειν — to ginōskein (because of the knowing) with the object of the infinitive (παντας — pantas all men) and the accusative of general reference (αυτον — auton as to himself). [source]
John 4:2 Although Jesus himself baptized not, but his disciples [καιτοιγε Ιησους αυτος ουκ εβαπτιζεν αλλ οι ματηται αυτου]
Parenthetical explanation that applies also to John 3:22. Imperfect tense means that it was not the habit of Jesus. This is the only N.T. instance of καιτοιγε — kaitoige (and yet indeed), compound conjunction It is possible that Jesus stopped the baptizing because of the excitement and the issue raised about his Messianic claims till after his resurrection when he enjoined it upon his disciples as a rite of public enlistment in his service. [source]
John 4:44 For Jesus himself testified [αυτος γαρ Ιησους εμαρτυρησεν]
John‘s explanation of the conduct of Jesus by quoting a proverb often used by Jesus (Mark 6:4; Matthew 13:57; Luke 4:24 in reference to Nazareth), but not necessarily used by Jesus on this occasion. A similar proverb has been found in Plutarch, Pliny, Seneca. A prophet hath no honour in his own country What is meant by πατριδι — patridi In the Synoptics (Luke 4:24; Mark 6:4; Matthew 13:57) the reference is to Nazareth where he was twice rejected. But what has John in mind in quoting it here? He probably knew the quotations in the Synoptics. Does John refer to Judea by “his own country”? If so, the application hardly fits for he had already explained that Jesus was leaving Judea because he was too popular there (John 4:1-3). If he means Galilee, he immediately mentions the cordial welcome accorded Jesus there (John 4:45). But even so this is probably John‘s meaning for he is speaking of the motive of Jesus in going into Galilee where he had not yet laboured and where he apparently had no such fame as in Judea and now in Samaria. [source]
Acts 8:13 And Simon also himself believed [ο δε Σιμων και αυτος επιστευσεν]
Note the same verb in the aorist tense επιστευσεν — episteusen What did he believe? Evidently that Jesus was this “power of God” not himself (Simon). He saw that the miracles wrought by Philip in the name of Christ were genuine while he knew that his own were frauds. He wanted this power that Philip had to add to his own pretensions. “He was probably half victim of self-delusion, half conscious impostor” (Furneaux). He was determined to get this new “power,” but had no sense of personal need of Jesus as Saviour for his sins. So he submitted to baptism (βαπτιστεις — baptistheis first aorist passive participle of βαπτιζω — baptizō), clear proof that baptism does not convey salvation. [source]
Acts 14:12 Because he was the chief speaker [επειδη αυτος ην ο ηγουμενος του λογου]
Paul was clearly “the leader of the talk.” So it seemed a clear case to the natives. If preachers always knew what people really think of them! Whether Paul was alluding to his experience in Lystra or not in Galatians 4:14, certainly they did receive him as an angel of God, as if “Mercury” in reality. [source]
Acts 16:33 And was baptized, he and all his, immediately [και εβαπτιστη αυτος και οι αυτου απαντες παραχρημα]
The verb is in the singular agreeing with αυτος — autos but it is to be supplied with οι αυτου — hoi autou and it was done at once. [source]
Acts 17:25 Seeing he himself giveth to all [αυτος διδους πασιν]
This Supreme Personal God is the source of life, breath, and everything. Paul here rises above all Greek philosophers. [source]
Acts 18:19 But he himself [αυτος δε]
Paul again the leading person in the narrative. On this occasion he may have gone alone into the synagogue. He reasoned (διελεχατο — dielexato). Luke‘s favourite word for Paul‘s synagogue discourses (Acts 17:2, Acts 17:17; Acts 18:4 which see) as also Acts 19:8, Acts 19:9. [source]
Acts 19:22 He himself stayed in Asia for a while [αυτος επεσχεν χρονον εις την Ασιαν]
Literally, He himself had additional time in Asia. Second aorist active indicative of επεχω — epechō old and common idiom, only here in the N.T. in this sense and the verb only in Luke and Paul. The reason for Paul‘s delay is given by him in 1 Corinthians 16:8., the great door wide open in Ephesus. Here again Luke and Paul supplement each other. Pentecost came towards the end of May and May was the month of the festival of Artemis (Diana) when great multitudes would come to Ephesus. But he did not remain till Pentecost as both Luke and Paul make plain. [source]
Acts 20:35 He himself said [αυτος ειπεν]
Not in the Gospels, one of the sayings of Jesus in current use that Paul had received and treasured. Various other Agrapha of Jesus have been preserved in ancient writers and some in recently discovered papyri which may be genuine or not. We are grateful that Paul treasured this one. This Beatitude (on μακαριον — makarion see notes on Matthew 5:3-11) is illustrated by the whole life of Jesus with the Cross as the culmination. Aristotle (Etho. IV. I) has a saying somewhat like this, but assigns the feeling of superiority as the reason (Page), an utterly different idea from that here. This quotation raises the question of how much Paul personally knew of the life and sayings of Jesus. [source]
Acts 21:24 But that thou thyself walkest orderly [αλλα στοιχεις και αυτος]
Στοιχεις — Stoicheis is an old verb to go in a row (from στοιχος — stoichos row, rank, series), to walk in a line or by rule. In the N.T. only here and Galatians 5:25; Romans 4:12; Philemon 3:16. The rule is the law and Paul was not a sidestepper. The idea of the verb is made plain by the participle πυλασσων τον νομον — phulassōn ton nomon (keeping or observing the law). [source]
Acts 22:20 I also was standing by [και αυτος ημην επεστως]
Periphrastic second past perfect in form, but imperfect (linear) in sense since εστωσισταμενος — hestōŝhistamenos (intransitive). [source]
Acts 24:8 By examining him thyself [αυτος ανακρινας]
Not by torture, since Paul was a Roman citizen, but by hearing what Paul has to say in defence of himself. Ανακρινω — Anakrinō is to examine thoroughly up and down as in Luke 23:14. [source]
Acts 24:16 Do I also exercise myself [και αυτος ασκω]
“Do I also myself take exercise,” take pains, labour, strive. Old word in Homer to work as raw materials, to adorn by art, then to drill. Our word ascetic comes from this root, one who seeks to gain piety by rules and severe hardship. Paul claims to be equal to his accusers in efforts to please God. Void of offence (απροσκοπον — aproskopon). This word belongs to the papyri and N.T. (only in Paul), not in the ancient writers. The papyri examples (Moulton Milligan, Vocabulary) use the word to mean “free from hurt or harm.” It is a privative and προσκοπτω — proskoptō (to cut or stumble against). Page likes “void of offence” since that can be either active “not stumbling” as in Philemon 1:10 or passive “not stumbled against” as in 1 Corinthians 10:32 (the first toward God and the second toward men), the only other N.T. examples. Hence the word here appears in both senses (the first towards God, the second towards men). Paul adds “alway” (δια παντος — dia pantos), a bold claim for a consistent aim in life. “Certainly his conscience acquitted him of having caused any offence to his countrymen” (Rackham). Furneaux thinks that it must have been wormwood and gall to Ananias to hear Paul repeat here the same words because of which he had ordered Paul to be smitten on the mouth (Acts 23:1.). [source]
Acts 25:22 I also could wish [εβουλομην και αυτος]
The imperfect for courtesy, rather than the blunt βουλομαι — boulomai I wish, I want. Literally, “I myself also was wishing” (while you were talking), a compliment to the interesting story told by Festus. The use of αν — an with the imperfect would really mean that he does not wish (a conclusion of the second class condition, determined as unfulfilled). Αν — An with the optative would show only a languid desire. The imperfect is keen enough and yet polite enough to leave the decision with Festus if inconvenient for any reason (Robertson, Grammar, pp. 885-7). Agrippa may have heard much about Christianity. [source]
Romans 7:25 So then I myself [αρα ουν αυτος εγω]
His whole self in his unregenerate state gives a divided service as he has already shown above. In 6:1-7:6 Paul proved the obligation to be sanctified. In 7:7-8:11 he discusses the possibility of sanctification, only for the renewed man by the help of the Holy Spirit. [source]
Romans 9:3 I myself [αυτος εγω]
Nominative with the infinitive ειναι — einai and agreeing with subject of ηυχομην — ēuchomēn [source]
Romans 15:14 I myself also [και αυτος εγω]
See note on Romans 7:25 for a like emphasis on himself, here in contrast with “ye yourselves” The argument of the Epistle has been completed both in the main line (chapters 1-8) and the further applications (9:1-15:13). Here begins the Epilogue, the personal matters of importance. [source]
1 Corinthians 2:15 He himself is judged of no man [αυτος δε υπ ουδενος ανακρινεται]
Men will pass judgment on him, but the spiritual man refuses to accept the decision of his ignorant judges. He stands superior to them all as Polycarp did when he preferred to be burnt to saying, “Lord Caesar” in place of “Lord Jesus.” He was unwilling to save his earthly life by the worship of Caesar in place of the Lord Jesus. Polycarp was a πνευματικος — pneumatikos man. [source]
1 Corinthians 3:15 But he himself shall be saved [αυτος δε σωτησεται]
Eternal salvation, but not by purgatory. His work is burned up completely and hopelessly, but he himself escapes destruction because he is really a saved man a real believer in Christ. [source]
1 Corinthians 9:20 Not being myself under the law [μη ων αυτος υπο νομον]
He was emancipated from the law as a means of salvation, yet he knew how to speak to them because of his former beliefs and life with them (Galatians 4:21). He knew how to put the gospel to them without compromise and without offence. [source]
1 Corinthians 9:27 I myself should be rejected [αυτος αδοκιμος γενωμαι]
Literally, “I myself should become rejected.” Αδοκιμος — Adokimos is an old adjective used of metals, coin, soil (Hebrews 6:8) and in a moral sense only by Paul in N.T. (1 Corinthians 9:27; 2 Corinthians 13:5-7; Romans 1:28; Titus 1:16; 2 Timothy 3:8). It means not standing the test Paul means rejected for the prize, not for the entrance to the race. He will fail to win if he breaks the rules of the game (Matthew 7:22.). What is the prize before Paul? Is it that reward (μιστος — misthos) of which he spoke in 1 Corinthians 9:18, his glorying of preaching a free gospel? So Edwards argues. Most writers take Paul to refer to the possibility of his rejection in his personal salvation at the end of the race. He does not claim absolute perfection (Philemon 3:12) and so he presses on. At the end he has serene confidence (2 Timothy 4:7) with the race run and won. It is a humbling thought for us all to see this wholesome fear instead of smug complacency in this greatest of all heralds of Christ. [source]
2 Corinthians 10:1 Now I Paul myself [Αυτος δε εγω Παυλος]
Cf. Galatians 5:2. Paul now turns to the third part of the epistle in chapters 10-13 in which he vigorously defends himself against the accusations of the stubborn minority of Judaizers in Corinth. Great ministers of Christ through the ages have had to pass through fiery trials like these. Paul has shown the way for us all. He speaks of himself now plainly, but under compulsion, as is clear. It may be that at this point he took the pen from the amanuensis and wrote himself as in Galatians 6:11. [source]
Ephesians 2:14 For he is our peace [αυτος γαρ εστιν η ειρηνη ημων]
He himself, not just what he did (necessary as that was and is). He is our peace with God and so with each other (Jews and Gentiles). [source]
Ephesians 4:10 Is the same also [αυτος εστιν]
Rather, “the one who came down (ο καταβας — ho katabas the Incarnation) is himself also the one who ascended (ο αναβας — ho anabas the Ascension).” [source]
Ephesians 4:11 And he gave [και αυτος εδωκεν]
First aorist active indicative of διδωμι — didōmi In 1 Corinthians 12:28 Paul uses ετετο — etheto (more common verb, appointed), but here repeats εδωκεν — edōken from the quotation in Ephesians 4:8. There are four groups The titles are in the predicate accusative Each of these words occurs in 1 Corinthians 12:28 (which see note for discussion) except ποιμαινω — poimenas (shepherds). This word poimēn is from a root meaning to protect. Jesus said the good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep (John 10:11) and called himself the Good Shepherd. In Hebrews 13:20 Christ is the Great Shepherd (cf. 1 Peter 2:25). Only here are preachers termed shepherds (Latin pastores) in the N.T. But the verb poimainō to shepherd, is employed by Jesus to Peter (John 21:16), by Peter to other ministers (1 Peter 5:2), by Paul to the elders (bishops) of Ephesus (Acts 20:28). Here Paul groups “shepherds and teachers” together. All these gifts can be found in one man, though not always. Some have only one. [source]
Ephesians 5:23 Himself the saviour of the body [αυτος σωτηρ του σωματος]
He means the church as the body of which Christ is head and Saviour. [source]
Colossians 1:18 That in all things he might have the preeminence [ινα γενηται εν πασιν αυτος πρωτευων]
Purpose clause with ινα — hina and the second aorist middle subjunctive of γινομαι — ginomai “that he himself in all things (material and spiritual) may come to Christ is first with Paul in time and in rank. See note on Revelation 1:5 for this same use of πρωτοτοκος — prōtotokos with των νεκρων — tōn nekrōn (the dead). [source]
1 Thessalonians 3:11 Our God and Father himself [αυτος ο τεος και πατηρ ημων]
Note one article with both substantives for one person. [source]
2 Thessalonians 3:16 The Lord of peace himself [αυτος ο κυριος της ειρηνης]
See note on 1 Thessalonians 5:23 for the God of peace himself. [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]
James 1:13 And he himself tempteth no man [πειραζει δε αυτος ουδενα]
Because “untemptable.” [source]
1 Peter 2:24 Who his own self [ος αυτος]
Intensive pronoun with the relative referring to Christ (note relatives also in 1 Peter 2:22, 1 Peter 2:23). [source]
1 John 1:7 As he [ως αυτος]
As God is light (1 John 1:5) and dwells in light unapproachable (1 Timothy 6:16).One with another (μετ αλληλων — met' allēlōn). As he has already said in 1 John 1:3. But we cannot have fellowship with one another unless we have it with God in Christ, and to do that we must walk in the light with God.And the blood of Jesus his Son cleanseth us from all sin This clause with και — kai in true Johannine style is coordinate with the preceding one. Walking in the light with God makes possible fellowship with one another and is made possible also by the blood of Jesus (real blood and no mere phantom, atoning blood of the sinless Son of God for our sins). John is not ashamed to use this word. It is not the mere “example” of Jesus that “cleanses” us from sin. It does cleanse the conscience and life and nothing else does (Hebrews 9:13.; Titus 2:14). See in 1 John 1:9 both forgiveness and cleansing. Cf. 1 John 3:3. [source]
1 John 2:2 And he [και αυτος]
He himself in his own person, both priest and sacrifice (Hebrews 9:14). [source]
1 John 2:6 Himself also to walk [και αυτος περιπατειν]
Present active infinitive after οπειλει — opheilei (ought), “Himself also to keep on walking,” a continuous performance, not a spasmodic spurt. [source]
1 John 2:25 He promised [αυτος επηγγειλατο]
First aorist middle indicative of επαγγελλω — epaggellō Αυτος — Autos (he) is Christ as is seen in 1 John 3:3 by εκεινος — ekeinos f0). [source]
1 John 3:24 And he in him [και αυτος εν αυτωι]
That is “God abides in him” as in 1 John 4:15. We abide in God and God abides in us through the Holy Spirit (John 14:10, John 14:17, John 14:23; John 17:21). “Therefore let God be a home to thee, and be thou the home of God: abide in God, and let God abide in thee” (Bede). [source]
1 John 4:10 He [αυτος]
Emphatic nominative (God). [source]
1 John 4:19 He first [αυτος πρωτος]
Note πρωτος — prōtos (nominative), not πρωτον — prōton as in John 20:4, John 20:8. God loved us before we loved him (John 3:16). Our love is in response to his love for us. Αγαπωμεν — Agapōmen is indicative (we love), not subjunctive (let us love) of the same form. There is no object expressed here. [source]
3 John 1:10 He himself [αυτος]
That was bad enough. [source]
Revelation 14:10 He also shall drink [και αυτος πιεται]
Future middle of πινω — pinō Certainty for him as for Babylon and her paramours (Revelation 16:17). [source]
Revelation 14:17 He also [και αυτος]
As well as the Reaper on the cloud. This is the fifth angel who is God‘s messenger from heaven (temple where God dwells). This fifth angel with his sharp sickle is to gather the vintage (Revelation 14:18-20) as Christ did the wheat. [source]
Revelation 17:11 Is himself also an eighth and is of the seven [και αυτος ογδοος και εκ των επτα]
This is the angel‘s interpretation and it looks like a reference to Domitian as the eighth, who is regarded as one of the seven because he was considered a second Nero (Nero redivivus). For εκ των επτα — ek tōn hepta see Acts 21:8. John may have used εκ των — ek tōn instead of εις εκ των — heis ek tōn to avoid absolute identity between Domitian and Nero (Beckwith). [source]
Revelation 19:12 But he himself [ει μη αυτος]
“Except himself” (common ellipsis of the verb after ει μη — ei mē “if not”). See Revelation 2:17; Revelation 3:12 for the new name there described. See Revelation 14:1 for the name of Christ on the forehead of the 144,000, and Revelation 17:5 for the name on the forehead of the harlot. This word here supplements what Jesus says in Matthew 11:27. [source]
Revelation 19:15 And he shall rule them [και αυτος ποιμανει]
Emphatic use of αυτος — autos twice (he himself). Future active of ποιμαινω — poimainō to shepherd as in Revelation 2:27; Revelation 12:5 “with a rod of iron” (εν ραβδωι σιδηραι — en rabdōi sidērāi) as there. See 1 Peter 2:25; Hebrews 13:20 for Christ as Shepherd. [source]
Revelation 19:15 And he treadeth [και αυτος πατει]
Change to present tense of πατεω — pateō to tread (here transitive), with solemn repetition of και αυτος — kai autos winepress of the fierceness of the wrath of Almighty God Literally, “the winepress of the wine of the wrath of the anger of God the Almighty” (four genitives dependent on one another and on ληνον — lēnon). These images are here combined from Revelation 14:8, Revelation 14:10, Revelation 14:19.; Revelation 16:19. The fact is already in Revelation 19:13 after Isaiah 63:1. [source]
Revelation 21:7 He shall be my son [αυτος εσται μοι υιος]
Made first of Solomon (2 Samuel 7:14) and applied to David later in Psalm 89:26. [source]

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Mark 3:13 Whom he himself would [ους ητελεν αυτος]
Emphatic use of αυτος — autos (himself) at end of sentence. Whether by personal imitation or through the disciples Jesus invites or calls to himself Luke states that Jesus “continued all night in prayer, to God.” It was a crisis in the ministry of Christ. This select group up in the hills probably respected the long agony of Jesus though they did not comprehend his motive. They formed a sort of spiritual body-guard around the Master during his night vigil in the mountain. [source]
Mark 4:27 He knoweth not how [ως ουκ οιδεν αυτος]
Note position of ως — hōs (beginning) and αυτος — autos (end) of clause: How knows not he. The mystery of growth still puzzles farmers and scientists of today with all our modern knowledge. But nature‘s secret processes do not fail to operate because we are ignorant. This secret and mysterious growth of the kingdom in the heart and life is the point of this beautiful parable given only by Mark. “When man has done his part, the actual process of growth is beyond his reach or comprehension” (Swete). [source]
Luke 10:1 He himself was about to come [ημελλεν αυτος ερχεσται]
Imperfect of μελλω — mellō with present infinitive and note αυτος — autos Jesus was to follow after and investigate the work done. This was only a temporary appointment and no names are given, but they could cover a deal of territory. [source]
Luke 17:16 And he was a Samaritan [και αυτος ην Σαμαρειτης]
This touch colours the whole incident. The one man who felt grateful enough to come back and thank Jesus for the blessing was a despised Samaritan. The αυτος — autos has point here. [source]
Luke 2:28 Then he [και αυτος]
Και — Kai as in Luke 2:21. Αυτος — Autos emphatic subject, he after the parents. [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 6:20 And he lifted up his eyes [και αυτος επαρας τους οπταλμους αυτου]
First aorist active participle from επαιρω — epairō Note also Luke‘s favourite use of και αυτος — kai autos in beginning a paragraph. Vivid detail alone in Luke. Jesus looked the vast audience full in the face. Matthew 5:2 mentions that “he opened his mouth and taught them” (began to teach them, inchoative imperfect, εδιδασκεν — edidasken). He spoke out so that the great crowd could hear. Some preachers do not open their mouths and do not look up at the people, but down at the manuscript and drawl along while the people lose interest and even go to sleep or slip out. [source]
Luke 9:51 He steadfastly set his face [αυτος το προσωπον εστηρισεν]
Note emphatic αυτος — autos he himself, with fixedness of purpose in the face of difficulty and danger. This look on Christ‘s face as he went to his doom is noted later in Mark 10:32. It is a Hebraistic idiom (nine times in Ezekiel), this use of face here, but the verb (effective aorist active) is an old one from στηριζω — stērizō (from στηριγχ — stērigx a support), to set fast, to fix. [source]
Acts 16:33 And was baptized, he and all his, immediately [και εβαπτιστη αυτος και οι αυτου απαντες παραχρημα]
The verb is in the singular agreeing with αυτος — autos but it is to be supplied with οι αυτου — hoi autou and it was done at once. [source]
1 John 2:25 He promised [αυτος επηγγειλατο]
First aorist middle indicative of επαγγελλω — epaggellō Αυτος — Autos (he) is Christ as is seen in 1 John 3:3 by εκεινος — ekeinos f0). [source]
Revelation 19:15 And he shall rule them [και αυτος ποιμανει]
Emphatic use of αυτος — autos twice (he himself). Future active of ποιμαινω — poimainō to shepherd as in Revelation 2:27; Revelation 12:5 “with a rod of iron” (εν ραβδωι σιδηραι — en rabdōi sidērāi) as there. See 1 Peter 2:25; Hebrews 13:20 for Christ as Shepherd. [source]
Revelation 19:15 And he treadeth [και αυτος πατει]
Change to present tense of πατεω — pateō to tread (here transitive), with solemn repetition of και αυτος — kai autos winepress of the fierceness of the wrath of Almighty God Literally, “the winepress of the wine of the wrath of the anger of God the Almighty” (four genitives dependent on one another and on ληνον — lēnon). These images are here combined from Revelation 14:8, Revelation 14:10, Revelation 14:19.; Revelation 16:19. The fact is already in Revelation 19:13 after Isaiah 63:1. [source]

3734 Verses with G846

Matthew 1:2
Literal: Abraham begat - Isaac Isaac then Jacob Jacob Judah and the brothers of him
KJV: Abraham  begat  Isaac;  and  Isaac  begat  Jacob;  and  Jacob  begat  Judas  and  his  brethren; 

Matthew 1:11
Literal: Josiah then begat - Jeconiah and the brothers of him at [the time] of the carrying away to Babylon
KJV: And  Josias  begat  Jechonias  and  his  brethren,  about the time  they were carried away  to Babylon: 

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 1:19
Literal: Joseph now the husband of her righteous being and not willing her to expose publicly purposed secretly to send away her
KJV: Then  Joseph  her  husband,  a just  man, and  not  willing  her  was minded  her  away  privily. 

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

Matthew 1:21
Literal: She will bear then a son and you will call the name of Him Jesus He for will save the people from the sins of them
KJV: And  she shall bring forth  a son,  and  thou shalt call  his  name  JESUS:  for  he  shall save  his  people  from  their  sins. 

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

Matthew 1:24
Literal: Having been awoken then - Joseph from the sleep he did as had commanded him the angel of [the] Lord and received the wife of him
KJV: Then  Joseph  from  sleep  did  as  the angel  of the Lord  had bidden  him,  and  took  unto him  his wife: 

Matthew 1:25
Literal: and not knew her until that she had brought forth a son he called the name of Him Jesus
KJV: And  knew  her  not  till  she had brought forth  her  son:  and  he called  his  name  JESUS. 

Matthew 2:2
Literal: saying Where is the [One] having been born King of the Jews We saw for of Him the star in the east and are come to worship Him
KJV: Saying,  Where  he that is born  King  of the Jews?  for  his  star  in  the east,  and  are come  to worship  him. 

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

Matthew 2:4
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 2:5
Literal: - And they said to him In Bethlehem - of Judea thus for has it been written through the prophet
KJV: And  they said  unto him,  In  Bethlehem  of Judaea:  for  thus  it is written  by  the prophet, 

Matthew 2:7
Literal: Then Herod secretly having called the Magi inquired exactly of them the time of the appearing star
KJV: Then  Herod,  when he had privily  called  the wise men,  of  them  diligently  what time  the star  appeared. 

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

Matthew 2:9
Literal: - And having heard the king they went away and behold the star which they saw in the east went before them until having arrived it stood over where was the Child
KJV: When  they had heard  the king,  they departed;  and,  lo,  the star,  which  in  the east,  went before  them,  till  it came  and stood  over  where  the young child 

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

Matthew 2:12
Literal: And having been divinely warned in a dream not to return to Herod by another route they withdrew into the country of them
KJV: And  being warned of God  in  a dream  not  return  to  Herod,  they departed  into  their own  country  another  way. 

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

Matthew 2:14
Literal: - And having arisen he took the Child and the mother of Him by night withdrew into Egypt
KJV: When  he arose,  he took  the young child  and  his  mother  by night,  and  departed  into  Egypt: 

Matthew 2:16
Literal: Then Herod having seen that he had been outwitted by the Magi was enraged intensely and having sent forth he put to death all the boys that [were] in Bethlehem all the vicinity of it from two years old under according to the time which he had ascertained from
KJV: Then  Herod,  that  he was mocked  of  the wise men,  was exceeding  wroth,  and  sent forth,  and slew  all  the children  that were in  Bethlehem,  and  in  all  the coasts  thereof,  from  two years old  and  under,  according  to the time  which  he had diligently enquired  of  the wise men. 

Matthew 2:18
Literal: A voice in Ramah was heard weeping and mourning great Rachel weeping [for] the children of her not would be comforted because no more are they
KJV: In  Rama  a voice  heard,  and  weeping,  and  great  mourning,  Rachel  weeping  for her  children,  and  would  not  be comforted,  because  not. 

Matthew 2:20
Literal: saying Having arisen take the Child and the mother of Him go into [the] land of Israel they have died for those seeking life of the Child
KJV: Saying,  Arise,  and take  the young child  and  his  mother,  and  go  into  the land  of Israel:  for  they are dead  which  sought  the young child's  life. 

Matthew 2:21
Literal: - And having arisen he took the Child and the mother of Him came into [the] land of Israel
KJV: And  he arose,  and took  the young child  and  his  mother,  and  into  the land  of Israel. 

Matthew 2:22
Literal: Having heard now that Archelaus reigns over - Judea in place of the father of him Herod he was afraid there to go having been divinely warned in a dream he withdrew into the district of Galilee
KJV: But  when he heard  that  Archelaus  did reign  Judaea  in the room  of his  father  Herod,  he was afraid  to go  thither:  notwithstanding,  being warned of God  in  a dream,  he turned aside  into  the parts  of Galilee: 

Matthew 3:3
Literal: This for is the [One] having been spoken of through Isaiah the prophet saying [The] voice of one crying in the wilderness Prepare the way of [the] Lord straight make the paths of Him
KJV: For  this  the prophet  Esaias,  saying,  The voice  of one crying  in  the wilderness,  Prepare ye  the way  of the Lord,  make  his  paths  straight. 

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

Matthew 3:5
Literal: At that time were going out to him Jerusalem and all - Judea the region around the Jordan
KJV: Then  went out  to  him  Jerusalem,  and  all  Judaea,  and  all  the region round about  Jordan, 

Matthew 3:6
Literal: and were being baptized in the Jordan River by him confessing the sins of them
KJV: And  were baptized  of  him  in  Jordan,  confessing  their  sins. 

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

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

Matthew 3:12
Literal: whose - winnowing fork [is] in the hand of Him and He will clear the threshing floor will gather the wheat into barn the but chaff He will burn up with fire unquenchable
KJV: Whose  fan  is in  his  hand,  and  he will throughly purge  his  floor,  and  gather  his  wheat  into  the garner;  but  he will burn up  the chaff  with unquenchable  fire. 

Matthew 3:13
Literal: Then comes - Jesus from - Galilee to the Jordan unto - John - to be baptized by him
KJV: Then  cometh  Jesus  from  Galilee  to  Jordan  unto  John,  to be baptized  of  him. 

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

Matthew 3:15
Literal: Answering however - Jesus said unto him Permit [it] presently thus for fitting it is to us to fulfill all righteousness Then he permits Him
KJV: And  Jesus  answering  said  unto  him,  Suffer  it to be so now:  for  thus  it becometh  to fulfil  all  righteousness.  Then  he suffered  him. 

Matthew 3:16
Literal: Having been baptized now - Jesus immediately went up from the water and behold were opened to him the heavens he saw the Spirit of God descending as a dove and alighting upon Him
KJV: And  Jesus,  when he was baptized,  went up  out of  the water:  and,  lo,  the heavens  were opened  unto him,  and  the Spirit  of God  descending  like  a dove,  and  lighting  upon  him: 

Matthew 4:3
Literal: And having come the [one] tempting he said to Him If Son You are - of God speak that the stones these loaves of bread might become
KJV: And  when the tempter  came  to him,  he said,  If  the Son  of God,  command  that  these  stones  be made  bread. 

Matthew 4:5
Literal: Then takes Him the devil to the holy city and sets upon the pinnacle of the temple
KJV: Then  the devil  him  up  into  the holy  city,  and  setteth  him  on  a pinnacle  of the temple, 

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

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

Matthew 4:8
Literal: Again takes Him the devil to a mountain high exceedingly and shows to Him all the kingdoms of the world the glory of them
KJV: Again,  the devil  him  up  into  an exceeding  high  mountain,  and  sheweth  him  all  the kingdoms  of the world,  and  the glory  of them; 

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

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

Matthew 4:11
Literal: Then leaves Him the devil and behold angels came were ministering to Him
KJV: Then  the devil  leaveth  him,  and,  behold,  angels  came  and  ministered  unto him. 

Matthew 4:16
Literal: The people - sitting in darkness a light have seen great and to those sitting in [the] land shadow of death a light has dawned on them
KJV: The people  which  sat  in  great  light;  and  to them which  sat  in  the region  and  shadow  of death  light  is sprung up. 

Matthew 4:18
Literal: Walking now beside the Sea - of Galilee He saw two brothers Simon - called Peter and Andrew the brother of him casting a net into they were for fishermen
KJV: And  walking  by  the sea  of Galilee,  two  brethren,  Simon  called  Peter,  and  Andrew  his  brother,  casting  a net  into  the sea:  for  fishers. 

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

Matthew 4:20
Literal: - And immediately having left the nets they followed Him
KJV: And  they straightway  left  their nets,  and followed  him. 

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

Matthew 4:22
Literal: - And immediately having left the boat and the father of them they followed Him
KJV: And  they immediately  left  the ship  and  their  father,  and followed  him. 

Matthew 4:23
Literal: And He was going throughout all - Galilee teaching in the synagogues of them proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom healing every disease sickness among the people
KJV: And  went about  all  Galilee,  teaching  in  their  synagogues,  and  preaching  the gospel  of the kingdom,  and  healing  all  manner of sickness  and  all  manner of disease  among  the people. 

Matthew 4:24
Literal: And went out the news of Him into all - Syria they brought to Him all the sick having various diseases pains oppressing and being possessed by demons being epileptics paralytics He healed them
KJV: And  his  fame  went  throughout  all  Syria:  and  they brought  unto him  all  sick  people  that were taken with  divers  diseases  and  torments,  and  those which were possessed with devils,  and  those which were lunatick,  and  those that had the palsy;  and  he healed  them. 

Matthew 4:25
Literal: And followed Him crowds great from - Galilee [the] Decapolis Jerusalem Judea beyond the Jordan
KJV: And  there followed  him  great  multitudes of people  from  Galilee,  and  from Decapolis,  and  from Jerusalem,  and  from Judaea,  and  from beyond  Jordan. 

Matthew 5:1
Literal: Having seen then the crowds He went up on the mountain and having sat down of Him came to Him the disciples
KJV: And  the multitudes,  he went up  into  a mountain:  and  when he  was set,  his  disciples  came  unto him: 

Matthew 5:2
Literal: And opening the mouth of Him He was teaching them saying
KJV: And  he opened  his  mouth,  and taught  them,  saying, 

Matthew 5:3
Literal: Blessed [are] the poor in the spirit for theirs is the kingdom of the heavens
KJV: Blessed  are the poor  in spirit:  for  theirs  the kingdom  of heaven. 

Matthew 5:4
Literal: Blessed [are] those mourning for they will be comforted
KJV: Blessed  are they that mourn:  for  they  shall be comforted. 

Matthew 5:5
Literal: Blessed the meek for they will inherit the earth
KJV: Blessed  are the meek:  for  they  shall inherit  the earth. 

Matthew 5:6
Literal: Blessed [are] those hungering and thirsting for - righteousness for they will be filled
KJV: Blessed  are they which  do hunger  and  thirst  after righteousness:  for  they  shall be filled. 

Matthew 5:7
Literal: Blessed [are] the merciful for they will receive mercy
KJV: Blessed  are the merciful:  for  they  shall obtain mercy. 

Matthew 5:8
Literal: Blessed the pure - in heart for they - God will see
KJV: Blessed  are the pure  in heart:  for  they  God. 

Matthew 5:9
Literal: Blessed the peacemakers for they sons of God will be called
KJV: Blessed  are the peacemakers:  for  they  shall be called  the children  of God. 

Matthew 5:10
Literal: Blessed [are] those having been persecuted on account of righteousness for theirs is the kingdom of the heavens
KJV: Blessed  are they which are persecuted  for  righteousness' sake:  for  theirs  the kingdom  of heaven. 

Matthew 5:15
Literal: Nor do they light a lamp and put it under - a basket but upon the lampstand it shines for all those in the house
KJV: Neither  do men light  a candle,  and  put  it  under  a bushel,  but  on  a candlestick;  and  it giveth light  unto all  that are in  the house. 

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

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

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

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

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

Matthew 5:31
Literal: It was said also Whoever - shall divorce the wife of him let him give to her a letter of divorce
KJV: Whosoever  shall put away  his  wife,  let him give  her  a writing of divorcement: 

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

Matthew 5:35
Literal: nor by the earth because [the] footstool it is of the feet of Him by Jerusalem [the] city it is of the great King
KJV: Nor  by  the earth;  for  his  footstool:  neither  by  Jerusalem;  for  the city  of the great  King. 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Matthew 6:7
Literal: Praying now not do use vain repetitions like the pagans they think for that in the many words of them they will be heard
KJV: But  when ye pray,  not  vain repetitions,  as  the heathen  do: for  they think  that  they shall be heard  for  their  much speaking. 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Matthew 6:34
Literal: Not therefore be anxious about things tomorrow - for will be anxious about itself Sufficient to the day [is] the trouble of it
KJV: therefore  no  thought  for  the morrow:  for  the morrow  shall take thought  for the things  of itself.  Sufficient  unto the day  is the evil  thereof. 

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

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

Matthew 7:10
Literal: Or also a fish he will ask for not a serpent will he give him
KJV: Or  he ask  a fish,  will he give  him  a serpent? 

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

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

Matthew 7:13
Literal: Enter through the narrow gate For wide [is] the gate and broad way - leading to - destruction many are those entering through it
KJV: Enter ye in  at  the strait  gate:  for  wide  is the gate,  and  broad  is the way,  that leadeth  to  destruction,  and  many  which  go in  thereat: 

Matthew 7:14
Literal: For small [is] the gate and compressed way - leading to - life few are those finding it
KJV: Because  strait  is the gate,  and  narrow  is the way,  which  leadeth  unto  life,  and  few  that find  it. 

Matthew 7:16
Literal: By the fruits of them you will know them Not do they gather from thorns grapes or thistles figs
KJV: Ye shall know  them  by  their  fruits.  Do men gather  grapes  of  thorns,  or  figs  of  thistles? 

Matthew 7:20
Literal: Then surely by the fruits of them you will know them
KJV: Wherefore  by  their  fruits  ye shall know  them. 

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

Matthew 7:24
Literal: Everyone therefore whoever hears My - words these and does them will be like a man wise who built his - house upon the rock
KJV: Therefore  whosoever  heareth  sayings  and  doeth  them,  I will liken  him  unto a wise  man,  which  built  his  house  upon  a rock: 

Matthew 7:26
Literal: And everyone - hearing My - words these not doing them he will be likened to a man foolish who built of him the house upon sand
KJV: And  every one  that heareth  sayings  and  doeth  them  not,  shall be likened  unto a foolish  man,  which  built  his  house  upon  the sand: 

Matthew 7:27
Literal: And came down the rain came the torrents blew winds beat that house upon it fell was fall of it great
KJV: And  the rain  descended,  and  the floods  came,  and  the winds  blew,  and  beat upon  that  house;  and  it fell:  and  great  the fall  of it. 

Matthew 7:28
Literal: And it came to pass when had finished - Jesus the words these were astonished the crowds at the teaching of Him
KJV: And  it came to pass,  when  Jesus  sayings,  the people  were astonished  at  his  doctrine: 

Matthew 7:29
Literal: He was for teaching them as authority having and not the scribes of them
KJV: For  he taught  them  as  one having  authority,  and  not  as  the scribes. 

Matthew 8:1
Literal: Having come down now He from the mountain followed Him crowds great
KJV: When  he  was come down  from  the mountain,  great  multitudes  followed  him. 

Matthew 8:2
Literal: And behold a leper having come was worshipping Him saying Lord if You are willing You are able me to cleanse
KJV: And,  behold,  a leper  and worshipped  him,  saying,  Lord,  if  thou wilt,  thou canst  clean. 

Matthew 8:3
Literal: And having stretched out the hand He touched him saying I am willing be you cleansed immediately was cleansed his - leprosy
KJV: And  put forth  his hand,  and touched  him,  saying,  I will;  be thou clean.  And  immediately  his  leprosy  was cleansed. 

Matthew 8:4
Literal: And says to him - Jesus See that no one you tell But go yourself show to the priest offer the gift that commanded Moses for a testimony to them
KJV: And  Jesus  saith  unto him,  See  thou tell  no man;  but  go thy way,  shew  thyself  to the priest,  and  offer  the gift  that  Moses  commanded,  for  a testimony  unto them. 

Matthew 8:5
Literal: Having entered now He into Capernaum came to Him a centurion imploring Him
KJV: And  was entered  into  Capernaum,  there came  unto him  a centurion,  beseeching  him, 

Matthew 8:7
Literal: And He says to him I having come will heal him
KJV: And  saith  unto him,  will come  and heal  him. 

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

Matthew 8:14
Literal: And having come - Jesus to the house of Peter He saw mother-in-law of him lying sick fevering
KJV: And  when Jesus  was come  into  Peter's  house,  his  wife's mother  laid,  and  sick of a fever. 

Matthew 8:15
Literal: And He touched the hand of her left her the fever she arose was ministering to them
KJV: And  he touched  her  hand,  and  the fever  left  her:  and  she arose,  and  ministered  unto them. 

Matthew 8:16
Literal: Evening now having come they brought to Him being possessed with demons many and He cast out the spirits by a word all those sick being He healed
KJV: When  the even  was come,  they brought  unto him  many  that were possessed with devils:  and  he cast out  the spirits  with his word,  and  healed  all  that were  sick: 

Matthew 8:17
Literal: so that it might be fulfilled that having been spoken by Isaiah the prophet saying Himself the infirmities of us He took and our diseases bore
KJV: That it might  be fulfilled  by  Esaias  the prophet,  saying,  Himself  took  infirmities,  and  bare  our sicknesses. 

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

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

Matthew 8:20
Literal: And says to him - Jesus - Foxes holes have the birds of the air nests but the Son - of Man no has [place] where the head He might lay
KJV: And  Jesus  saith  unto him,  The foxes  have  holes,  and  the birds  of the air  have nests;  but  the Son  of man  hath  not  where  to lay  his head. 

Matthew 8:21
Literal: Another now of the disciples of Him said to Him Lord allow me first to go and to bury the father of me
KJV: And  another  of his  disciples  said  unto him,  Lord,  suffer  first  to go  and  bury  father. 

Matthew 8:22
Literal: - But Jesus said to him Follow Me and leave the dead to bury - their own dead
KJV: But  Jesus  unto him,  Follow  and  let  the dead  bury  their  dead. 

Matthew 8:23
Literal: And having entered He into the boat followed Him the disciples of Him
KJV: And  when he  was entered  into  a ship,  his  disciples  followed  him. 

Matthew 8:24
Literal: And behold a storm great arose in the sea so that the boat was being swamped by the waves He Himself however was sleeping
KJV: And,  behold,  there arose  a great  tempest  in  the sea,  insomuch that  the ship  was covered  with  the waves:  but  he  was asleep. 

Matthew 8:25
Literal: And having come to [Him] they awoke Him saying Lord save us we are perishing
KJV: And  his  came  to him, and awoke  him,  saying,  Lord,  save  we perish. 

Matthew 8:26
Literal: And He says to them Why fearful are you O [you] of little faith Then having arisen He rebuked the winds the sea there was a calm great
KJV: And  he saith  unto them,  Why  fearful,  O ye of little faith?  Then  he arose,  and rebuked  the winds  and  the sea;  and  there was  a great  calm. 

Matthew 8:27
Literal: - And the men marveled saying What kind [of man] is this that even the winds and the sea Him obey
KJV: But  the men  marvelled,  saying,  What manner of man  this,  that  even  the winds  and  the sea  obey  him! 

Matthew 8:28
Literal: And having come He to the other side the region of the Gadarenes met Him two being possessed by demons out of the tombs coming forth violent extremely so that not was able anyone to pass by the way that
KJV: And  when he  was come  to  the other side  into  the country  there met  him  two  possessed with devils,  coming  out of  the tombs,  exceeding  fierce,  so that  no  man  might  pass  by  that  way. 

Matthew 8:30
Literal: There was now far off from them a herd of pigs many feeding
KJV: And  a good way off  from  them  an herd  of many  swine  feeding. 

Matthew 8:31
Literal: - And the demons were begging Him saying If You cast out us send away into the herd - of pigs
KJV: So  the devils  besought  him,  saying,  If  out,  into  the herd  of swine. 

Matthew 8:32
Literal: And He said to them Go - And having gone out they went away into the pigs behold rushed all the herd down the steep bank the sea perished in the waters
KJV: And  he said  unto them,  Go.  And  when they were come out,  they went  into  the herd  of swine:  and,  behold,  the whole  herd  of swine  ran violently  down  a steep place  into  the sea,  and  perished  in  the waters. 

Matthew 8:34
Literal: And behold all the city went out to meet - Jesus having seen Him they begged [Him] that He would depart from the region of them
KJV: And,  behold,  the whole  city  came out  to  Jesus:  and  him,  they besought  him that  he would depart  out of  their  coasts. 

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

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

Matthew 9:7
Literal: And having arisen he went away to the house of him
KJV: And  he arose,  and departed  to  his  house. 

Matthew 9:9
Literal: And passing on - Jesus from there He saw a man sitting at the tax booth Matthew named He says to him Follow Me having arisen he followed Him
KJV: And as  Jesus  passed forth  from thence,  a man,  named  Matthew,  sitting  at  the receipt of custom:  and  he saith  unto him,  Follow  And  he arose,  and followed  him. 

Matthew 9:10
Literal: And it came to pass of Him reclining in the house that behold many tax collectors sinners having come were reclining with - Jesus the disciples
KJV: And  it came to pass,  as Jesus  sat at meat  in  the house,  behold,  many  publicans  and  sinners  came  and sat down  with him  and  his  disciples. 

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

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

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

Matthew 9:16
Literal: No one however puts a patch of cloth unshrunk on clothing old tears away for the patch of it from the garment and a worse tear emerges
KJV: No man  putteth  a piece  of new  cloth  unto  an old  garment,  for  that which is put in to fill it up  taketh  from  the garment,  and  the rent  is made  worse. 

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

Matthew 9:19
Literal: And having arisen - Jesus followed him also the disciples of Him
KJV: And  Jesus  arose,  and followed  him,  and  so did his  disciples. 

Matthew 9:20
Literal: And behold a woman having had a flux of blood twelve years having come up behind [Him] touched the fringe of the garment of Him
KJV: And,  behold,  a woman,  which was diseased with an issue of blood  twelve  years,  came  behind  him, and touched  the hem  of his  garment: 

Matthew 9:21
Literal: She was saying for within herself If only I shall touch the garment of Him I will be healed
KJV: For  within  herself,  If  but  touch  his  garment,  I shall be whole. 

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

Matthew 9:24
Literal: He says Go away Not for is dead the girl but sleeps And they began to laugh at Him
KJV: unto them,  Give place:  for  the maid  not  dead,  but  sleepeth.  And  him  to scorn. 

Matthew 9:25
Literal: When now had been put outside the crowd having entered He took hold of the hand of her and arose the girl
KJV: But  when  the people  were put forth,  he went in,  and took  her  by the hand,  and  the maid  arose. 

Matthew 9:27
Literal: And passing on from there - Jesus followed Him two blind [men] crying out saying Have mercy on us Son of David
KJV: And  when Jesus  departed  thence,  two  blind men  followed  him,  crying,  and  saying,  Thou Son  of David,  have mercy 

Matthew 9:28
Literal: Having come now into the house came to Him the blind [men] and says to them - Jesus Believe you that I am able this to do They say Yes Lord
KJV: And  when he was come  into  the house,  the blind men  came  to him:  and  Jesus  saith  unto them,  Believe ye  that  I am able  to do  They said  unto him,  Yea,  Lord. 

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

Matthew 9:30
Literal: And were opened their - eyes strictly instructed them - Jesus saying See that no one knows
KJV: And  their  eyes  were opened;  and  Jesus  straitly charged  them,  saying,  See  that no man  know 

Matthew 9:31
Literal: - But having gone out they make known Him in all the land that
KJV: But  they, when they were departed,  his  fame  in  all  that  country. 

Matthew 9:32
Literal: [As] they now were going out behold they brought to Him a man mute possessed by a demon
KJV: As  they  went out,  behold,  they brought  to him  a dumb  man  possessed with a devil. 

Matthew 9:35
Literal: And was going throughout - Jesus the cities all villages teaching in the synagogues of them proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom healing every disease sickness
KJV: And  Jesus  went about  all  the cities  and  villages,  teaching  in  their  synagogues,  and  preaching  the gospel  of the kingdom,  and  healing  every  sickness  and  every  disease  among 

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

Matthew 9:37
Literal: Then He says to the disciples of Him The indeed harvest [is] plentiful the however workmen [are] few
KJV: Then  saith  he unto his  disciples,  The harvest  truly  is plenteous,  but  the labourers  are few; 

Matthew 9:38
Literal: Beseech therefore the Lord of the harvest that He might send out workmen into the harvest of Him
KJV: Pray ye  therefore  the Lord  of the harvest,  that  he will send forth  labourers  into  his  harvest. 

Matthew 10:1
Literal: And having summoned the twelve disciples of Him He gave to them authority over spirits unclean so as to cast out them to heal every disease sickness
KJV: And  when he had called  unto him his  twelve  disciples,  he gave  them  power  against unclean  spirits,  to  them  out,  and  to heal  all manner  of sickness  and  all manner  of disease. 

Matthew 10:2
Literal: - And of the twelve apostles the names are these first Simon - called Peter and Andrew the brother of him James the [son] of Zebedee John
KJV: Now  the names  of the twelve  apostles  The first,  Simon,  who  is called  Peter,  and  Andrew  his  brother;  James  the son of  Zebedee,  and  John  his  brother; 

Matthew 10:4
Literal: Simon the Zealot and Judas - Iscariot the [one] also having betrayed Him
KJV: Simon  the Canaanite,  and  Judas  Iscariot,  who  also  betrayed  him. 

Matthew 10:5
Literal: These - twelve sent forth - Jesus having instructed them saying Into [the] way of the Gentiles not go off and any city of [the] Samaritans enter
KJV: twelve  Jesus  sent forth,  and commanded  them,  saying,  Go  not  into  the way  of the Gentiles,  and  into  any city  of the Samaritans  enter ye  not: 

Matthew 10:10
Literal: nor provision-bag for [the] way nor two tunics sandals a staff worthy [is] for the workman of the provisions of him
KJV: Nor  scrip  for  your journey,  neither  two  coats,  neither  shoes,  nor  yet staves:  for  the workman  worthy  of his  meat. 

Matthew 10:11
Literal: Into whatever now - city or village you enter inquire who in it worthy is and there remain until you go forth
KJV: And  into  whatsoever  city  or  town  ye shall enter,  enquire  who  in  it  worthy;  and there  abide  till  ye go thence. 

Matthew 10:12
Literal: Entering now into the house greet it
KJV: And  when ye come  into  an house,  salute  it. 

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

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

Matthew 10:18
Literal: and before governors also kings you will be brought on account of Me for a testimony to them to the Gentiles
KJV: And  ye shall be brought  before  governors  and  kings  for my  for  a testimony  against them  and  the Gentiles. 

Matthew 10:21
Literal: Will deliver up now brother brother to death and father child will rise up children against parents will put to death them
KJV: And  the brother  shall deliver up  the brother  to  death,  and  the father  the child:  and  the children  shall rise up  against  their parents,  and  them  to be put to death. 

Matthew 10:24
Literal: Not is a disciple above the teacher nor a servant master of him
KJV: The disciple  not  above  his master,  nor  the servant  above  his  lord. 

Matthew 10:25
Literal: [It is] sufficient for the disciple that he become as the teacher of him and servant master If the master of the house Beelzebul they called how much more those house members
KJV: It is enough  for the disciple  that  he be  as  his  master,  and  the servant  as  his  lord.  If  the master of the house  Beelzebub,  how much  more  shall they call them of his  household? 

Matthew 10:26
Literal: Not therefore you should fear them nothing for is concealed which not will be revealed or hidden not will be known
KJV: Fear  them  not  therefore:  for  nothing  covered,  that  not  be revealed;  and  hid,  that  not  be known. 

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

Matthew 10:32
Literal: Everyone therefore who will confess in Me before - men will confess also I him the Father of Me who [is] the heavens
KJV: Whosoever  therefore  shall confess  before  men,  him  will I confess  also  before  Father  which  is in  heaven. 

Matthew 10:33
Literal: Whoever now - shall deny Me before - men will deny I also him the Father of Me who [is] in the heavens
KJV: But  whosoever  shall  deny  before  men,  him  will I also  deny  before  Father  which  is in  heaven. 

Matthew 10:35
Literal: I came for to set at variance A man against the father of him and a daughter the mother of her a daughter-in-law mother-in-law
KJV: For  I am come  a man  at variance  against  his  father,  and  the daughter  against  her  mother,  and  the daughter in law  against  her  mother in law. 

Matthew 10:36
Literal: And enemies of the man the household of him
KJV: And  a man's  foes  shall be they of his own  household. 

Matthew 10:38
Literal: And he who not takes the cross of him follows after Me not is of Me worthy
KJV: And  he  that taketh  not  his  cross,  and  followeth  after  not  worthy 

Matthew 10:39
Literal: The [one] having found the life of him will lose it and having lost on account of Me will find
KJV: He that findeth  his  life  shall lose  it:  and  he that loseth  his  life  sake  shall find  it. 

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

Matthew 11:1
Literal: And it came to pass when had finished - Jesus commanding the twelve disciples of Him He departed from there - to teach to preach in the cities of them
KJV: And  it came to pass,  when  Jesus  had made an end  of commanding  his  twelve  disciples,  he departed  thence  to teach  and  to preach  in  their  cities. 

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

Matthew 11:4
Literal: And answering - Jesus said to them Having gone relate to John what you hear see
KJV: Jesus  answered  and  said  unto them,  Go  John  again  those things which  ye do hear  and  see: 

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

Matthew 11:12
Literal: From then the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of the heavens is taken by violence and [the] violent claim it
KJV: And  from  the days  of John  the Baptist  until  now  the kingdom  of heaven  suffereth violence,  and  the violent  it  by force. 

Matthew 11:14
Literal: And if you are willing to receive [it] he is Elijah the one being about to come
KJV: And  if  ye will  receive  it, this  Elias,  which  was for  to come. 

Matthew 11:19
Literal: Came the Son - of Man eating and drinking they say Behold a man a glutton a drunkard of tax collectors a friend of sinners But is justified - wisdom by the deeds of her
KJV: The Son  of man  came  eating  and  drinking,  and  they say,  Behold  a man  gluttonous,  and  a winebibber,  a friend  of publicans  and  sinners.  But  wisdom  is justified  of  her 

Matthew 11:20
Literal: Then He began to denounce the cities in which had taken place the most miracles of Him because not they repented
KJV: Then  began he  to upbraid  the cities  wherein  most  of his  mighty works  were done,  because  they repented  not: 

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

Matthew 12:1
Literal: At that - time went - Jesus on the Sabbaths through the grainfields - and the disciples of Him were hungry and they began to pluck [the] heads of grain to eat
KJV: At  that  time  Jesus  went  on the sabbath day  through  the corn;  and  his  disciples  were an hungred,  and  began  to pluck  the ears of corn,  and  to eat. 

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

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

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

Matthew 12:9
Literal: And having departed from there He went into the synagogue of them
KJV: And  when he was departed  thence,  he went  into  their  synagogue: 

Matthew 12:10
Literal: And behold a man a hand having withered they asked Him saying Is it lawful on the Sabbaths to heal so that they might accuse Him
KJV: And,  behold,  a man  which had  his hand  withered.  And  they asked  him,  saying,  Is it lawful  to heal  on the sabbath days?  that  they might accuse  him. 

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

Matthew 12:14
Literal: Having gone out now the Pharisees a counsel held against Him how Him they might destroy
KJV: Then  the Pharisees  went out,  and held  a council  against  him,  how  they might destroy  him. 

Matthew 12:15
Literal: - And Jesus having known withdrew from there And followed Him multitudes great He healed them all
KJV: But  when Jesus  knew  it, he withdrew himself  from thence:  and  great  multitudes  followed  him,  and  he healed  them  all; 

Matthew 12:16
Literal: and He warned them that not known Him they should make
KJV: And  charged  them  make  him  known: 

Matthew 12:18
Literal: Behold the servant of Me whom I have chosen beloved in has found delight the soul I will put the Spirit upon Him and justice to the Gentiles He will proclaim
KJV: Behold  servant,  whom  I have chosen;  beloved,  in  whom  soul  is well pleased:  I will put  spirit  upon  him,  and  he shall shew  judgment  to the Gentiles. 

Matthew 12:19
Literal: Not will He quarrel nor will he cry out will hear anyone in the streets the voice of Him
KJV: not  strive,  nor  cry;  neither  shall any man  hear  his  voice  in  the streets. 

Matthew 12:21
Literal: And in the name of Him [the] Gentiles will hope
KJV: And  his  name  the Gentiles  trust. 

Matthew 12:22
Literal: Then was brought to Him [one] possessed by a demon blind and mute He healed him in order for the mute [man] to speak to see
KJV: Then  was brought  unto him  one possessed with a devil,  blind,  and  dumb:  and  he healed  him,  insomuch that  the blind  and  dumb  both  spake  and  saw. 

Matthew 12:25
Literal: Having known now the thoughts of them He said to them Every kingdom having been divided against itself is brought to desolation and city or house not will stand
KJV: And  knew  their  thoughts,  and said  unto them,  Every  kingdom  divided  against  itself  is brought to desolation;  and  every  city  or  house  divided  against  itself  not  stand: 

Matthew 12:26
Literal: And if - Satan - Satan casts out against himself he is divided How then will stand the kingdom of him
KJV: And  if  Satan  cast out  Satan,  he is divided  against  himself;  how  then  his  kingdom  stand? 

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

Matthew 12:29
Literal: Or how is able anyone to enter into the house of the strong [man] and the goods of him to plunder if not first he bind the strong [man] then he will plunder
KJV: Or  else how  can  one  enter  into  a strong man's  house,  and  spoil  his  goods,  he first  bind  the strong man?  and  then  he will spoil  his  house. 

Matthew 12:32
Literal: And whoever if speaks a word against the Son - of Man it will be forgiven him now - - Spirit the Holy not neither in this - age nor the coming [one]
KJV: And  whosoever  speaketh  a word  against  the Son  of man,  it shall be forgiven  him:  but  whosoever  speaketh  against  the Holy  Ghost,  not  be forgiven  him,  neither  in  world,  neither  in  the world to come. 

Matthew 12:33
Literal: Either make the tree good and the fruit of it good or bad bad by for the fruit the tree is known
KJV: Either  make  the tree  good,  and  his  fruit  good;  or else  make  the tree  corrupt,  and  his  fruit  corrupt:  for  the tree  is known  by  his fruit. 

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

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

Matthew 12:39
Literal: - And answering He said to them A generation evil and adulterous a sign seeks for a sign not will be given to it if not the sign of Jonah the prophet
KJV: But  he answered  and said  unto them,  An evil  and  adulterous  generation  seeketh after  a sign;  and  there shall no  sign  be given  to it,  the sign  of the prophet  Jonas: 

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

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

Matthew 12:46
Literal: While now He was speaking to the crowds behold the mother and the brothers of Him were standing outside seeking to Him to speak
KJV: While  he  yet  talked  to the people,  behold,  his mother  and  his  brethren  stood  without,  desiring  to speak  with him. 

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

Matthew 12:48
Literal: - And answering He said to the [one] telling Him Who is the mother of Me and who are the brothers
KJV: But  he answered  and said  him,  Who  mother?  and  who  brethren? 

Matthew 12:49
Literal: And having stretched out the hand of Him to the disciples He said Behold the mother of Me the brothers
KJV: And  he stretched forth  his  hand  toward  his  disciples,  and said,  Behold  mother  and  brethren! 

Matthew 12:50
Literal: Whoever for - shall do the will the Father of Me who [is] in [the] heavens he My brother and sister mother is
KJV: For  whosoever  shall do  the will  Father  which  is in  heaven,  the same  brother,  and  sister,  and  mother. 

Matthew 13:2
Literal: And were gathered together to Him crowds great so that He into a boat having entered sat down all the crowd on the shore stood
KJV: And  great  multitudes  were gathered together  unto  him,  so that  he  went  into  a ship,  and sat;  and  the whole  multitude  stood  on  the shore. 

Matthew 13:3
Literal: And He spoke to them many things in parables saying Behold went out the [one] sowing - to sow
KJV: And  he spake  many things  unto them  in  parables,  saying,  Behold,  a sower  went forth  to sow; 

Matthew 13:4
Literal: And in - sowing of him some indeed fell along the road having come the birds devoured them
KJV: And  when  he  sowed,  some  seeds fell  by  the way side,  and  the fowls  came  and  them  up: 

Matthew 13:7
Literal: Other now fell upon the thorns and grew up the thorns choked them
KJV: And  some  fell  among  thorns;  and  the thorns  sprung up,  and  them: 

Matthew 13:10
Literal: And having come to [Him] the disciples said to Him Because of why in parables speak You to them
KJV: And  the disciples  came,  and said  unto him,  speakest thou  unto them  in  parables? 

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

Matthew 13:12
Literal: Whoever for has will be given to him and he will be in abundance now not even what he has will be taken away from him
KJV: For  whosoever  hath,  to him  shall be given,  and  he shall have more abundance:  but  whosoever  hath  not,  from  him  shall be taken away  even  that  he hath. 

Matthew 13:13
Literal: Because of this in parables to them I speak Because seeing not do they see and hearing not do they hear nor do they understand
KJV: Therefore  speak I  to them  in  parables:  because  they seeing  not;  and  hearing  not,  neither  do they understand. 

Matthew 13:14
Literal: And is fulfilled in them the prophecy of Isaiah - saying In hearing you will hear no not understand seeing you will see perceive
KJV: And  them  is fulfilled  the prophecy  of Esaias,  which  saith,  By hearing  ye shall hear,  and  understand;  and  seeing  and 

Matthew 13:15
Literal: Has grown dull for the heart of the people this and with the ears barely they have heard the eyes of them they have closed not lest they should see with the eyes they should hear with the heart they should understand should return I will heal them
KJV: For  people's  heart  is waxed gross,  and  their ears  are dull  of hearing,  and  their  eyes  they have closed;  with their eyes,  and  hear  with their ears,  and  should understand  with their heart,  and  should be converted,  and  I should heal  them. 

Matthew 13:19
Literal: Everyone hearing the word of the kingdom and not understanding comes the evil one snatches away that having been sown in the heart of him This is the [one] on the path having been sown
KJV: When any  one heareth  the word  of the kingdom,  and  understandeth  it not,  then cometh  the wicked  one, and  catcheth away  that which  was sown  in  his  heart.  This  he which received seed  by  the way side. 

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

Matthew 13:24
Literal: Another parable put He before them saying Has become like the kingdom of the heavens a man having sown good seed in the field of him
KJV: Another  parable  put he forth  unto them,  saying,  The kingdom  of heaven  is likened  unto a man  which sowed  good  seed  in  his  field: 

Matthew 13:25
Literal: In now the [time] are sleeping the men came his - enemy and sowed weeds in [the] midst of the wheat went away
KJV: But  while  men  slept,  his  enemy  came  and  sowed  tares  among  the wheat,  and  went his way. 

Matthew 13:27
Literal: Having come to [him] now the servants the master of the house said to him Sir not good seed did you sow in - your field How then has it the weeds
KJV: So  the servants  of the householder  came  and said  unto him,  Sir,  not  thou sow  good  seed  in  thy  field?  from whence  then  hath it  tares? 

Matthew 13:28
Literal: - And he said to them An enemy a man this did - the servants to him said Do you desire then [that] having gone forth we should gather them
KJV: He said  unto them,  An enemy  hath done  The servants  unto him,  Wilt thou  then  that we go  them  up? 

Matthew 13:29
Literal: - And he said No not lest gathering the weeds you would uproot with them the wheat
KJV: But  he said,  Nay;  while ye gather up  the tares,  ye root up  also the wheat  with  them. 

Matthew 13:30
Literal: Allow to grow together both until the harvest and in the time of the I will say to the harvesters Gather first the weeds bind them into bundles in order - to burn them - and the wheat gather together the barn of me
KJV: Let  both  grow together  the harvest:  and  in  the time  of harvest  I will say  to the reapers,  Gather ye together  first  the tares,  and  bind  them  in  bundles  to  burn  them:  but  gather  the wheat  into  barn. 

Matthew 13:31
Literal: Another parable put He before them saying Like is the kingdom of the heavens to a grain of mustard which having taken a man sowed in the field of him
KJV: Another  parable  put he forth  unto them,  saying,  The kingdom  of heaven  like  to a grain  of mustard seed,  which  a man  took,  and sowed  in  his  field: 

Matthew 13:32
Literal: which smallest indeed is of all the seeds when however it is grown greater than the garden plants it is and becomes a tree so that come the birds of the air perch in the branches of it
KJV: Which  indeed  the least  of all  seeds:  but  when  it is grown,  among herbs,  and  becometh  a tree,  so that  the birds  of the air  come  and  lodge  in  the branches  thereof. 

Matthew 13:33
Literal: Another parable spoke He to them Like is the kingdom of the heavens to leaven which having taken a woman hid in of flour measures three until of it was leavened all
KJV: Another  parable  spake he  unto them;  The kingdom  of heaven  like  unto leaven,  which  a woman  took,  and hid  in  three  measures  of meal,  till  the whole  was  leavened. 

Matthew 13:34
Literal: These things all spoke - Jesus in parables to the crowds and without a parable not He was speaking to them
KJV: All  spake  Jesus  unto the multitude  in  parables;  and  without  a parable  spake he  unto them: 

Matthew 13:36
Literal: Then having dismissed the crowds He went into the house And came to Him the disciples of Him saying Explain to us parable of the weeds of the field
KJV: Then  the multitude  away,  and went  into  the house:  and  his  disciples  came  unto him,  saying,  the parable  of the tares  of the field. 

Matthew 13:39
Literal: - and the enemy having sown them is the devil the harvest [the] consummation of the age - the harvesters angels are
KJV: The enemy  that sowed  them  the devil;  the harvest  the end  of the world;  and  the reapers  the angels. 

Matthew 13:41
Literal: Will send forth the Son - of Man the angels of Him and they will gather out of the kingdom all the causes of sin those practicing - lawlessness
KJV: The Son  of man  shall send forth  his  angels,  and  they shall gather  out of  his  kingdom  all things  that offend,  and  them which do  iniquity; 

Matthew 13:42
Literal: and they will cast them into the furnace of the fire there will be the weeping gnashing of teeth
KJV: And  shall cast  them  into  a furnace  of fire:  there  wailing  and  gnashing  of teeth. 

Matthew 13:43
Literal: Then the righteous will shine forth as the sun in the kingdom of the Father of them The [one] having ears let him hear
KJV: Then  shall the righteous  shine forth  as  the sun  in  the kingdom  of their  Father.  Who  hath  ears  to hear, 

Matthew 13:44
Literal: Like is the kingdom of the heavens treasure having been hidden in the field which having found a man hid and for the joy of it goes he sells all that he has buys the field that
KJV: the kingdom  of heaven  like  unto treasure  hid  in  a field;  the which  when a man  hath found,  he hideth,  and  for  joy  thereof  goeth  and  selleth  all  that  he hath,  and  buyeth  that  field. 

Matthew 13:46
Literal: having found now one very precious pearl having gone away he has sold all things as many as he had and bought it
KJV: when he had found  one  pearl  of great price,  went  and sold  all  that  he had,  and  bought  it. 

Matthew 13:50
Literal: and will cast them into the furnace of the fire There will be the weeping gnashing of the teeth
KJV: And  shall cast  them  into  the furnace  of fire:  there  wailing  and  gnashing  of teeth. 

Matthew 13:51
Literal: Have you understood these things all They say to Him Yes
KJV: saith  unto them,  Have ye understood  things?  They say  unto him,  Yea, 

Matthew 13:52
Literal: - And He said to them Because of this every scribe having been discipled into the kingdom of the heavens like is a man a master of a house who puts forth out of the treasure of him [things] new and old
KJV: Then  said  he unto them,  Therefore  every  scribe  which is instructed  the kingdom  of heaven  like  unto a man  that is an householder,  which  bringeth forth  out of  his  treasure  things new  and  old. 

Matthew 13:54
Literal: And having come into the region His [own] He was teaching them in the synagogue of them so that are astonished they are saying From where to this [man] the wisdom this the miraculous powers
KJV: And  when he was come  into  his own  country,  he taught  them  in  their  synagogue,  insomuch that  they  were astonished,  and  said,  Whence  this  wisdom,  and  these mighty works? 

Matthew 13:55
Literal: Not this is the of the carpenter Son [Is] not the mother of Him called Mary And the brothers James Joseph Simon Judas
KJV: not  this  the carpenter's  son?  his  mother  called  Mary?  and  his  brethren,  James,  and  Simon,  and  Judas? 

Matthew 13:56
Literal: And the sisters of Him not all with us are From where then to this [man] these things all
KJV: And  his  sisters,  not  all  with  Whence  then  all 

Matthew 13:57
Literal: And they were offended at Him - But Jesus said to them Not is a prophet without Honor if not in the hometown household of him
KJV: And  they were offended  in  him.  But  Jesus  said  unto them,  A prophet  not  without honour,  in  his own  country,  and  in  his own  house. 

Matthew 13:58
Literal: And not He did there miracles many because of the unbelief of them
KJV: And  he did  not  many  mighty works  there  because  of their  unbelief. 

Matthew 14:2
Literal: and he said to [the] servants of him This is John the Baptist he is risen from the dead because of this the miraculous powers are working in him
KJV: And  said  unto his  servants,  This  John  the Baptist;  he  is risen  from  the dead;  and  therefore  mighty works  do shew forth themselves  in  him. 

Matthew 14:3
Literal: - For Herod having seized - John he bound him and in prison put [him] on account of Herodias the wife of Philip the brother of him
KJV: For  Herod  had laid hold  on John,  and bound  him,  and  him in  prison  Herodias'  sake,  his  brother  Philip's  wife. 

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

Matthew 14:5
Literal: Although wishing him to kill he feared the multitude because as a prophet they were holding
KJV: And  when he would  him  to death,  he feared  the multitude,  because  they counted  him  as  a prophet. 

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

Matthew 14:8
Literal: - And having been urged on by the mother of her Give me she says here upon a platter the head of John the Baptist
KJV: And  she, being before instructed  of  her  mother,  said,  Give  here  John  Baptist's  head  in  a charger. 

Matthew 14:11
Literal: And was brought the head of him on a platter was given to the girl she brought [it] to [the] mother of her
KJV: And  his  head  was brought  in  a charger,  and  given  to the damsel:  and  she brought  it to her  mother. 

Matthew 14:12
Literal: And having come the disciples of him took the body buried it having come they told - Jesus
KJV: And  his  disciples  came,  and took up  and  buried  it,  and  went  and told  Jesus. 

Matthew 14:13
Literal: Having heard now - Jesus withdrew from there by boat to a secluded place apart Himself And having heard [of it] the crowds followed Him on foot from the towns
KJV: When  Jesus  heard  of it, he departed  thence  by  ship  into  a desert  place  apart:  and  when the people  had heard  thereof, they followed  him  on foot  out of  the cities. 

Matthew 14:14
Literal: And having gone out He saw great a crowd was moved with compassion toward them healed the sick of them
KJV: And  went forth,  a great  multitude,  and  was moved with compassion  toward  them,  and  he healed  their  sick. 

Matthew 14:15
Literal: Evening now having come came to Him the disciples saying Desolate is this place and the time already is gone by Dismiss therefore the crowds that having gone into the villages they might buy for themselves food
KJV: And  when it was  evening,  his  disciples  came  to him,  saying,  a desert  place,  and  the time  is now  past;  the multitude  away,  that  they may go  into  the villages,  and buy  themselves  victuals. 

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

Matthew 14:17
Literal: - And they say to Him Not we have here if not five loaves and two fish
KJV: And  they say  unto him,  We have  here  but  five  loaves,  and  two  fishes. 

Matthew 14:18
Literal: - And He said Bring to Me here them
KJV: He said,  Bring  them  hither 

Matthew 14:22
Literal: And immediately He compelled the disciples to enter into the boat to go before Him to other side until that He would have dismissed crowds
KJV: And  straightway  constrained  his  disciples  to get  into  a ship,  and  to go before  him  unto  the other side,  while  the multitudes  away. 

Matthew 14:25
Literal: In [the] fourth now watch of the night He went to them walking on the sea
KJV: And  in the fourth  watch  of the night  unto  them,  walking  on  the sea. 

Matthew 14:26
Literal: - And the disciples having seen Him on the sea walking were troubled saying - A ghost it is And in - fear they cried out
KJV: And  when the disciples  him  walking  on  the sea,  they were troubled,  saying,  a spirit;  and  they cried out  for  fear. 

Matthew 14:27
Literal: Immediately now spoke - Jesus to them saying Take courage I it is not fear
KJV: But  straightway  Jesus  spake  unto them,  saying,  Be of good cheer;  it is  I;  not  afraid. 

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

Matthew 14:31
Literal: Immediately now - Jesus having stretched out the hand took hold of him and says to him [You] of little faith of why did you doubt
KJV: And  immediately  Jesus  stretched forth  his hand,  and caught  him,  and  said  unto him,  O thou of little faith,  wherefore  didst thou doubt? 

Matthew 14:32
Literal: And having entered they into the boat ceased the wind
KJV: And  when they  into  the ship,  the wind  ceased. 

Matthew 14:33
Literal: Those then in the boat worshiped Him saying Truly of God Son You are
KJV: Then  they that were in  the ship  and worshipped  him,  saying,  Of a truth  the Son  of God. 

Matthew 14:35
Literal: And having recognized Him the men the place of that sent to all the surrounding region that brought to Him all those sick being
KJV: And  when the men  of that  place  had knowledge  of him,  they sent out  into  all  that  country round about,  and  brought  unto him  all  that were  diseased; 

Matthew 14:36
Literal: and they were begging Him that only they might touch the fringe of the garment of Him as many as touched were cured
KJV: And  besought  him  that  only  touch  the hem  of his  garment:  and  as many as  touched  were made perfectly whole. 

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

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

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

Matthew 15:8
Literal: The people this with the lips Me it honors the however heart of them far away is kept from Me
KJV: This  people  with their  honoureth  with their lips;  but  their  heart  is  far  from 

Matthew 15:10
Literal: And having called to [Him] the crowd He said to them Hear understand
KJV: And  he called  the multitude,  and said  unto them,  Hear,  and  understand 

Matthew 15:12
Literal: Then having come near the disciples said to Him Know You that Pharisees having heard the saying were offended
KJV: Then  came  his  disciples,  unto him,  Knowest thou  that  the Pharisees  were offended,  after they heard  this saying? 

Matthew 15:14
Literal: Leave them Blind they are guides of the blind Blind now blind if they lead both into a pit will fall
KJV: them  alone:  blind  leaders  of the blind.  And  if