New Testament

AXIOS/ἄξιος: worthy

 AXIOS/ἄξιος (adj) 


  1. pertaining to having a relatively high degree of comparable worth or value, corresponding, comparable, worthy
  2. pertaining to being correspondingly fitting or appropriate, worthy, fit, deserving

All occurrences of AXIOS/ἄξιος in the NT:
Strong#: 514
Occurrences: 39

Matt 3:8Therefore produce fruit worthy of repentance.
Matt 10:10nor pouch for the road nor two shirts nor sandals nor staves, for the worker is worthy of his nourishment.
Matt 10:11And in whatever city or town you enter, inquire who in it is worthy, and there remain until you leave.
Matt 10:13And if the house should be worthy, let your peace come upon it. But if it should not be worthy, let your peace return to you.
Matt 10:37The one philia-loving father or mother more than me is not worthy of me, and the one philia-loving son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me.
Matt 10:38And whoever does not receive his cross and follow after me is not worthy of me.
Matt 22:8Then he says to his slaves: The wedding is ready, but those were not worthy.
Luke 3:8Produce therefore fruit worthy of repentance; and do not begin to be saying among yourselves, the father we have is Abraam, for I say to you that God is able out of these rocks to raise up children to Abraam.
Luke 7:4So those having arrived to Iēsous were calling upon him earnestly, saying that: He is worthy to whom this thing should be granted,
Luke 10:7But in that house be remaining, eating and drinking from them, for a worker is worthy of his reward. Be not moving from house to house.
Luke 12:48But the one not knowing, but having done worthy of blows, he will be beaten little. For to all to whom much is given, much will be required. And to whom much is entrusted, greater will be asked of him.
Luke 15:19no longer am I worthy to be called your son, make me as one of your hired-hands.
Luke 15:21But the son said to him: Father, I have sinned against heaven and before you,
Luke 23:15But neither did Herodēs, for he sent him back to us; and behold nothing worthy of death has been done by him.
Luke 23:41And we are here justly, for we receive things worthy of what we have done; but this one did nothing improper.
John 1:27the one coming after me, of whom I am not worthy that I may loose the thong of his sandal.
Acts 13:25So as Iōannēs was fulfilling the course, he was saying: Who do you suppose me to be? I am not he; but behold there comes after me whom I am not worthy to loose the sandals of his feet.
Acts 13:46So Paul and Barnabbas, having spoken boldly, said: To you was it first necessary to speak the word of God. Since you reject it and do not judge yourselves worthy of eternal zōē-life, behold we turn to the nations.
Acts 23:29whom I found they were accusing concerning questions of their religious law, and having no accusation worthy of death or bonds.
Acts 25:11If on the one hand therefore I have done injustice and have practiced anything worthy of death, I do not refuse to die. But if on the other hand what these accuse of me is nothing, no one is able to grant me to them — I call upon Caesar.
Acts 25:25So I found him to have practiced nothing worthy of death. So when this one himself called upon Sebastus I decided to be sending him,
Acts 26:20but to those in Damascus first and those in Hierosoluma, and every region of Ioudaia, and to the nations, I was proclaiming that they should be repenting and be turning to God, practicing works worthy of repentance.
Acts 26:31and having withdrawn they were speaking to one another saying that: Nothing worthy of death or bonds does this person practice.
Rom 1:32who knowing the sentence of God, that those practicing such are worthy of death, not only do them, but also approve of those practicing them.
Rom 8:18For I reckon that the sufferings of the present season are not worthy to be compared to the glory about to be revealed to us.
1Cor 16:4And if it be worthwhile for me to be going also, they will go with me.
2Thes 1:3We ought to be thanking God always concerning you, brothers, just as it is fitting, because your faith super-grows and the agapē-love of each one of you all to one another increases,
1Tim 1:15this word is trustworthy and worthy of all approval, that Christ Iēsous came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am foremost,
1Tim 4:9Trustworthy is this word and worthy of all acceptance.
1Tim 5:18For the scripture says: You will not muzzle the threshing ox, and: The worker is worthy of his reward.
1Tim 6:1As many as are slaves under yoke, let them reckon their own masters worthy of all honor, in order that the name of God and the teaching not be being slandered.
Heb 11:38of whom the world was not worthy, wandering in wildernesses and mountains and caves and the holes of the land.
Rev 3:4But you have a few names in Sardis which have not stained their garments, and they will walk with me in white, because they are worthy.
Rev 4:11You are worthy, our Lord and God, To receive glory and honor and ability, For you created everything, And through your will were they also created.
Rev 5:2and I saw a strong angel proclaiming with a great voice: Who is worthy to open the scroll and to loose its seals?
Rev 5:4And I was weeping much, because no one worthy was found to open the scroll nor to be looking at it.
Rev 5:9and they sang a new song saying: You are worthy to receive the scroll and to open its seals, For you were slain and have bought us for God with your blood From every tribe and tongue and people and nation,
Rev 5:12saying with a great voice: Worthy is the lamb which was slain to receive Power and wealth and wisdom and strength and honor And glory and blessing.
Rev 16:6For they have poured out the blood of the holy ones and of the prophets, and you have given to them blood to be drinking. They are worthy.

 AXIOŌ/ἀξιόω (verb) 


  1. to consider suitable for requital or for receipt of something consider worthy, deserving
  2. to make an evaluation concerning the suitability of something

All occurrences of AXIOŌ/ἀξιόω in the NT:
Strong#: 515
Occurrences: 7

Luke 7:7neither am I worthy that I come to you, but say the word, and my child be healed.
Acts 15:38But Paul requested — Iōannēs being the one having left them from Pamphylia and not having come with them to the work — not to be bringing this one.
Acts 28:22But we desire to hear from you what you think, for indeed concerning this sect, it is known to us that everywhere it is spoken against.
2Thes 1:11For which reason we also pray always concerning you, in order that our God make you worthy of this calling, and fulfill all desire for goodness and the work of faith in ability,
1Tim 5:17Let the elders having managed well be being worthy of double honor, especially those laboring in word and teaching.
Heb 3:3For this one was deemed worthy of greater glory beside Mōsēs by so much greater honor the one having built it has than the house.
Heb 10:29how much worse do you suppose he will be deemed worthy of punishment who has trampled the son of God and has regarded as profane the blood of the contract, in which he has been made holy, and has insulted the spirit of grace?

 AXIŌS/ἀξίως (adv) 


  1. worthily, in a manner worthy of, suitably

All occurrences of AXIŌS/ἀξίως in the NT:
Strong#: 516
Occurrences: 6

Rom 16:2in order that you receive her in the Lord as is worthy of the holy ones, and assist her in whatever matter she has need of you. For she has become protectress of many and of me also.
Eph 4:1I therefore, the prisoner in the Lord, call upon you to walk worthy of the calling with which you were called,
Phil 1:27Only be conducting yourselves worthy of the good-news of Christ, in order that whether coming and seeing you or being absent, I hear the things concerning you, that you stand in one spirit, in one psuchē-life co-struggling for the faith of the good-news,
Col 1:10to walk worthy of the Lord in all desire-to-please in every good work, bearing fruit and increasing in the knowledge of God,
1Thes 2:12We were exhorting you and encouraging you and testifying for you to be walking worthily of the God having called you to his own kingdom and glory.
3John 1:6who have testified of your agapē-love before the assembly, whom you will do well having sent them worthy of God.