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LOGOS/λόγος: word

 EULOGEŌ/εὐλογέω (verb) 

[BDAG]:

  1. to say something commendatory, speak well of, praise, extol
  2. to ask for bestowal of special favor, especially of calling down God’s gracious power, bless
  3. to bestow a favor, provide with benefits

All occurrences of EULOGEŌ/εὐλογέω in the NT:
Strong#: 2127
Occurrences: 44

Matt 5:44But I say to you, be agapē-loving your enemies and be praying for those persecuting you,
Matt 14:19And having ordered the crowd to lay back on the grass, taking the five loaves and the two fishes, looking up to heaven he gave thanks, and having broken them he gave to the disciples the loaves, and disciples gave them to the crowd.
Matt 21:9And the crowd going before him and following were crying out saying: Hosanna to the son of Dabid Blessed is he coming in the name of the Lord Hosanna in the highest.
Matt 23:39For I say to you, you will not see me from now until you will say: Blessed is the one coming in the name of the Lord.
Matt 25:34Then the king will say to those on his right: Come you blessed of my father, Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world.
Matt 26:26He says to him: You said it. Now while they were eating, Iēsous having taken bread and having given thanks he broke it and having given it to his disciples said: Take, be eating. This is my body.
Mark 6:41And taking the five loaves and two fish, having looked up into heaven he blessed them and broke the loaves and was giving to the disciples that they set them before them, and the two fish he divided to all.
Mark 8:7And they were having a few little fish, and having blessed them he said to be setting these also before them.
Mark 10:16And taking them into his arms he blesses them, laying his hands upon them.
Mark 11:9And those preceding and those following were crying out, Hosanna! Blessed is he coming in the name of the Lord!
Mark 11:10Blessed is the coming kingdom of our father Dabid! Hosanna in the highest.
Mark 14:22And while they were eating, taking bread and having blessed it he broke and gave it to them and said: Take, this is my body.
Luke 1:28And having entered in to her he said: Greetings, highly favored one, the Lord is with you. Blessed are you among women.
Luke 1:42And she cried out with a great shout and said: Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your belly.
Luke 1:64But his mouth was opened immediately and also his tongue, and he was speaking praising God.
Luke 2:28he himself also received him in his arms and blessed God and said:
Luke 2:34And Simeon blessed them and said to Mariam his mother: This one is appointed to the fall and rise of many and being opposed for a sign,
Luke 6:28Be speaking well of those cursing you, Be praying concerning those mistreating you.
Luke 9:16So having taken the five loaves and the two fishes, having looked up to heaven he blessed them and broke them, and was giving them to the disciples to set before the crowd.
Luke 13:35Behold, your house is forsaken. And I tell you, you will not see me until you say: Blessed is the one coming in the name of the Lord!
Luke 19:38saying: Blessed is the coming one The king in the name of the Lord In heaven is peace And glory in the highest.
Luke 24:30And it came to pass when he reclined with them having taken the bread he gave thanks and having broken it was giving it to them.
Luke 24:50So he led them out to Bethany, and having lifted up his hands he blessed them.
Luke 24:51And it came to pass when he was blessing them he withdrew from them.
Luke 24:53and they were through everything in the temple blessing God.
John 12:13took palm branches and went out to meet him, and they were crying out, Hosanna! Praised is the one coming in the name of the Lord, the king of Israēl.
Acts 3:26To you first, God, having raised his child, sent him blessing you when each of you be turning from your perniciousness.
Rom 12:14be blessing those persecuting you, be blessing and do not curse —
1Cor 4:12and labor working with our own hands. Being reviled we bless, being persecuted we bear it,
1Cor 10:16The cup of the blessing that we bless, isn’t it the fellowship of the body of Christ?
1Cor 14:16Since, if you bless with the spirit, how will the one filling the place of the ungifted person say — Amen — at your thanksgiving, since he does not know what you say?
Gal 3:8For the scripture, having foreseen that from faith would God be justifying the nations, pre-good-newsed to Abraam that: All the nations will be blessed in you.
Gal 3:9So those from trust are blessed with trustworthy Abraam.
Eph 1:3Blessed is the God and father of our Lord Iēsous Christ, the one having blessed us in every spiritual blessing in the heavenlies in Christ,
Heb 6:14Surely blessing will I bless you And multiplying will I multiply you.
Heb 7:1For this Melchisedek, king of Salame, priest of the most high God, the one having met Abraam when he returned from the defeat of the king and was praising him,
Heb 7:6On the other hand the one not tracing descent from them collected tithe from Abraam, and he blessed the one having the promise.
Heb 7:7But apart from every dispute the inferior is blessed by the superior.
Heb 11:20By faith also concerning those about to be, he blessed Isaak, Iakōb and Esau.
Heb 11:21By faith Iakōb when dying blessed each of the sons of Iōsēph, and worshipped upon the top of his staff.
Jam 3:9With it we bless the Lord and father, and with it we curse people having been made according to the image of God.
1Pet 3:9not returning evil for evil or abuse for abuse, but blessing such, for you are called for this, in order that you inherit a blessing.

 EULOGĒTOS/εὐλογητός (adj) 

[BDAG]:

  1. blessed, praised

All occurrences of EULOGĒTOS/εὐλογητός in the NT:
Strong#: 2128
Occurrences: 8

Mark 14:61But he was silent and answered nothing. Again the chief priest asked him and says to him: Are you the Christ the son of the blessed one?
Luke 1:68Blessed is the Lord God of Israēl Because he has cared for and made ransom for his people.
Rom 1:25They themselves exchanged the truth of God for the false, and worshipped and ministered to the creation instead of the creator, who is blessed to the ages, Amen.
Rom 9:5whose are the fathers, and from whom is the Christ according to the flesh, who is God, over all, blessed to eternity, Amen.
2Cor 1:3Blessed is the God and father of our Lord Iēsous Christ, the father of compassions and God of all encouragement,
2Cor 11:31The God and father of our Lord Iēsous knows, who is blessed to eternity, that I do not lie.
Eph 1:3Blessed is the God and father of our Lord Iēsous Christ, the one having blessed us in every spiritual blessing in the heavenlies in Christ,
1Pet 1:3Blessed is the God and father of our Lord Iēsous Christ, who according to his many mercies has begotten us anew to a zōē-living hope through the resurrection of Iēsous Christ from the dead,

 EULOGIA/εὐλογία (noun) 

[BDAG]:

  1. act of speaking in favorable terms, praise
  2. in an extended sense of ‘fine speaking’ ... EULOGIA/εὐλογία is used in a pejorative sense ..., of an argument that sounds good but is false; ... and specifically of words that are well chosen but untrue, false eloquence, flattery
  3. act or benefit of blessing, blessing
  4. Since the concept of blessing connotes the idea of bounty, EULOGIA/εὐλογία also bears the meaning generous gift, bounty
  5. pertaining to making good sense, reasonable, right

All occurrences of EULOGIA/εὐλογία in the NT:
Strong#: 2129
Occurrences: 14

Rom 15:29And I know that coming to you in the fullness of blessing Christ will I come.
Rom 16:18For such are not enslaved to our Lord Christ but to their own belly, and through their smooth word and well-speaking deceive the hearts of the innocent.
1Cor 10:16The cup of the blessing that we bless, isn’t it the fellowship of the body of Christ?
2Cor 9:5I considered it necessary therefore to call upon the brothers, in order that they come to you and prepare beforehand your previously promised bounty, that this be prepared as bounty and not as exaction.
2Cor 9:6So this I say, the one sowing sparingly — sparingly will also reap, and the one sowing bountifully — bountifully will also reap.
Gal 3:14in order that the blessing of Abraam become to the nations in Christ Iēsous, in order that we receive the promise of the spirit through faith.
Eph 1:3Blessed is the God and father of our Lord Iēsous Christ, the one having blessed us in every spiritual blessing in the heavenlies in Christ,
Heb 6:7For the land having drunk the rain often coming upon it, and bearing useful herbs to those through whom it is also cultivated, receives blessings from God.
Heb 12:17For you see that afterwards when wanting to inherit the promise, he was rejected, for place for repentance was not found, though with tears he sought it.
Jam 3:10Out of the same mouth comes praise and curse. It is not fitting, my brothers, that these things be.
1Pet 3:9not returning evil for evil or abuse for abuse, but blessing such, for you are called for this, in order that you inherit a blessing.
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 5:13And I heard every creation which is in heaven and upon the land and under the land and upon the sea, and everything in them saying: To the one having sat upon the throne And to the lamb be blessing and honor and glory And strength to the eternity of eternities.
Rev 7:12saying: Amen. Blessing and glory and wisdom, And thanks and honor and ability and strength be to our God from the eternity of eternities, Amen.

 LOGOS/λόγος (noun) 

[BDAG]:

  1. a communication whereby the mind finds expression, word
  2. computation, reckoning
  3. the independent personified expression of God, the Logos

All occurrences of LOGOS/λόγος in the NT:
Strong#: 3056
Occurrences: 321

Matt 5:32But I say to you that everyone putting away his wife except by reason of fornication makes her commit adultery, and whoever marries the one having been put away commits adultery.
Matt 5:37Let your word yes be yes and no be no, and what is more than this is from the wicked one.
Matt 7:24Therefore everyone who hears these my words and does them, he will be like a prudent man who built his house upon the rock.
Matt 7:26And everyone hearing these my words and not doing them is like a foolish man, who built his house on sand.
Matt 7:28And it came to pass that when Iēsous finished these words, the crowd was shocked by his teaching.
Matt 8:8But the centurion answering him said: Lord, I am not worthy that you should come under my roof, but only say the word, and my child will be cured.
Matt 8:16Now that evening, it came to pass they brought to him demon-possessed, and he threw out the spirits with a word, and all those having it badly he healed,
Matt 10:14And whoever does not receive you nor hear your words, when you come of that house or city, shake the dust off your feet.
Matt 12:32And whoever should say a word against the son of humanity, it will be forgiven him. But whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it will not be forgiven him neither in this age nor in the one to come.
Matt 12:36But I say to you that every idle word that people will speak, they will require from him a word in the day of judgment.
Matt 12:37For by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned.
Matt 13:19When anyone hears the word of the kingdom and does not understand, the wicked one comes and carries off what was sown in his heart. This is what was sown by the road.
Matt 13:20And what was sown on the rocky soil, this is the one hearing the word and immediately receives it with joy,
Matt 13:21but it has no root in him, but is transitory, so when trouble or persecution comes to pass because of the word, immediately he stumbles.
Matt 13:22And what was sown in the thistles, this is the one hearing the word, and the concerns of the age and the guile of riches chokes the word, and it becomes unfruitful.
Matt 13:23But what was sown on the good earth, this is the one hearing the word and understanding, who indeed bears fruit and produces on the one hand a hundredfold, on the other sixty fold, and on the other thirty fold.
Matt 15:12Then the disciples came to him saying to him: Do you know that when the Pharisees heard the statement they were stumbled?
Matt 15:23But he did not answer her a word. And his disciples came to him asking him saying: Get rid of her, because she cries out after us.
Matt 18:23Because of this the kingdom of the heavens is like to a person who is king, who wished to settle accounts with his slaves.
Matt 19:1And it came about when Iēsous finished these words they went away from Galilaia and came into the region of Ioudaia on the other side of the Iordanēs.
Matt 19:11But he said to them: Not all accept this word, but to you it is given.
Matt 19:22But when the young man heard this word he went away grieving, for he was having many possessions.
Matt 21:24And answering Iēsous said to them: And I will ask you one word that if you tell me, I also will tell you by what authority I do these things:
Matt 22:15Then when the Pharisees departed they plotted how they may trap him in word.
Matt 22:46And no one was able to be answering him a word nor did any dare from that day to ask him anything.
Matt 24:35Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not pass away.
Matt 25:19Now after a long time the lord of those slaves comes and settles accounts with them.
Matt 26:1And it came to pass when Iēsous finished all these words, he said to his disciples:
Matt 26:44And having left them again having gone forth he prayed the third time saying again the same words.
Matt 28:15So having taken the silver they did as they were taught. And this word spread widely from Ioudaia to today.
Mark 1:45But having gone out he began to be preaching much and to be spreading around the word, so that he no longer was able to openly enter into a city, but was outside at wilderness places; and they were coming to him from all sides.
Mark 2:2And many were gathered so as no longer to be having space for holding any not even at the door, and he was speaking the word to them.
Mark 4:14The sower sows the word.
Mark 4:15But these are those beside the road, how the word is sown, and when they hear, immediately Satan comes and takes the word having been sown in them.
Mark 4:16And these being sown upon the rocky places are likewise, which when they hear the word, immediately they receive it with joy.
Mark 4:17And they have no root in themselves, but are temporary, then when tribulation or persecution comes because of the word, they stumble.
Mark 4:18And these are those being sown into the thorns, these are those having heard the word,
Mark 4:19and when the cares of the age and the deceitfulness of wealth and the lusts about the rest enter, they choke the word, and it becomes fruitless.
Mark 4:20And these are those having been sown upon the good soil, which hear the word and receive it and bear fruit in thirty and in sixty and in a hundred.
Mark 4:33And he was speaking to them the word with many such parables, just as they were able to be hearing,
Mark 5:36Now when Iēsous heard the word spoken he says to the chief of the synagogue: Be not fearing, only be believing.
Mark 7:13making void the word of God by your traditions that you have handed down, and many such similar things you do.
Mark 7:29And he said to her: Because of this word, Be going, the demon is come out of your daughter.
Mark 8:32And he was speaking the word plainly. And Petros taking him aside began to be rebuking him.
Mark 8:38For whoever is ashamed of me and my words in this adulterous and sinful generation, the Son of Humanity will also be ashamed of him, when he come in the glory of his father with the holy angels.
Mark 9:10And they laid hold of the word to them, debating what is the going up out of the clouds.
Mark 10:22But having been appalled upon this word, he departed being deeply pained, for he was having many possessions.
Mark 10:24But his disciples were being amazed at his words. But Iēsous again answering says to them: Children, how difficult it is for those trusting upon possessions to enter into the kingdom of God.
Mark 11:29But Iēsous said to them: I will ask you one statement, and you answer me, and I will tell you in what sort of authority I do these things.
Mark 12:13And they send to him some of the Pharisees and Herodēsians in order that they may catch him in word.
Mark 13:31Heaven and the earth will pass away, but my words will not pass away.
Mark 14:39And again departing he was praying saying the same word.
Mark 16:20But those, when they went out, heralded everywhere, the Lord working with them and establishing the word through accompanying signs.
Luke 1:2like the accounts passed on to us from the beginning by the eyewitnesses and those having become ministers of the word,
Luke 1:4that you may know the certainty of the words with which you have been taught.
Luke 1:20And behold you shall be silent and not able to speak until that day these things come to pass, because you did not believe my words, which will be fulfilled in their opportune-time.
Luke 1:29But upon this word she was greatly perplexed, and was considering what kind of greeting this might be.
Luke 3:4As it is written in the scroll of the words of Ēsaias the prophet: A voice crying in the wilderness Prepare the way of the Lord Be making straight his paths;
Luke 4:22And all were testifying to him and were marveling upon the words of grace proceeding out of his mouth, and were saying: Is this not Iōsēph’s son?
Luke 4:32and they were astonished upon his teaching, for his word was in authority.
Luke 4:36And wonder came to pass upon all, and they spoke to one another saying: What is this word, that in authority and power he commands the unclean spirits and they come out?
Luke 5:1Now it came to pass the crowd pressed upon him and was hearing the word of God, and he was standing by the Lake Genesaret,
Luke 5:15But instead the word went about concerning him, and great crowds came together to be hearing and to be healed from all their sickliness.
Luke 6:47Everyone coming to me and hearing my words and doing, I will show you what he is like.
Luke 7:7neither am I worthy that I come to you, but say the word, and my child be healed.
Luke 7:17And this word went out in all Ioudaia and all the surrounding regions concerning him.
Luke 8:11Now this is the parable. The seed is the word of God.
Luke 8:12Now that by the road are those hearing, then comes the Devil and takes the word from their hearts, in order that not having believed they not be saved.
Luke 8:13And that on the rocks are they who when they hear receive the word with joy, and these do not have root, who for a time believe and in time of trial fall away,
Luke 8:15But that in the good soil, these are those in the good and sound heart who having heard the word hold fast and bear fruit in patience.
Luke 8:21But answering he said to them: My mother and my brothers are those hearing and doing the word of God.
Luke 9:26For whoever is ashamed of me and my words, of this one will the son of humanity be ashamed, when he comes in his glory and the glory of his father and of the holy angels.
Luke 9:28But it came to pass after these words it was about the eighth day, and taking Petros and Iōannēs and Iakōbos he went up to the mountain to pray.
Luke 9:44Place in your ears these words, for the son of humanity is about to be delivered up into the hands of people.
Luke 10:39Now there was this sister being called Mariam, who having sat at his feet heard his word.
Luke 11:28But he said: On the contrary, blessed are those hearing the word of God and guarding it.
Luke 12:10And everyone who will say word against the son of humanity, it will be forgiven him. But whoever slanders against the Holy Spirit it will not be forgiven him.
Luke 16:2And having called him he said: What is this I hear concerning you? Render account of your stewardship. For you are not able to be stewarding further.
Luke 20:3But answering he said to them: I will also ask you a word, and you tell me:
Luke 20:20And having watched closely they sent spies pretending to be just, in order that they lay hold of his word, so as to deliver him up to the ruler and to the authority of the governor.
Luke 21:33Heaven and earth may pass away, but my words will not pass away.
Luke 22:61And having turned the Lord fixed his gaze on Petros. And Petros remembered the word of the Lord, as he said to him that — before the cock cries out today you will deny me thrice.
Luke 23:9So he questioned him with many words; but he answered him nothing.
Luke 24:17But he said to them: What are these words that you exchange with one another while walking? And they stood with a gloomy look.
Luke 24:19And he said to them: What? So they said to him the things concerning Iēsous of Nazara, a man who became a powerful prophet in deed and word before God and all the people,
Luke 24:44So he said to them: These are my words that I spoke to you while yet being with you, because it is necessary all the things written in the law of Mōsēs and the prophets and the psalms concerning me be fulfilled.
John 1:1In the beginning was the Logos, and the Logos was with God, and the Logos was God.
John 1:14And the Logos became flesh, and tented among us, and we observed his glory, glory as of the only-begotten from the father, full of grace and truth.
John 2:22So when he was raised out of the dead, his disciples remembered that he was saying this, and they believed the Scriptures and the word that Iēsous said.
John 4:37For in this the word is true that one is the one sowing and another is the one harvesting.
John 4:39Now from that city many of the Samaritēs believed in him because of the word of the woman testifying that: He said to me all that I did.
John 4:41And many more believed because of his word.
John 4:50Iēsous says to him: Be going, your son zōē-lives. This person believed the word that Iēsous said to him, and he was going.
John 5:24Truly truly I say to you that the one hearing my word and believing the one having sent me has eternal zōē-life, and does not come into judgment, but is moved out of death into zōē-life.
John 5:38and his word you do not have abiding in you, because he whom that one has sent, in this one do you not believe.
John 6:60So, many of the disciples having heard him said: This word is hard, who is able to be hearing it?
John 7:36What is this word that he said: You will seek me and you will not find me, and where I am you are not able to come?
John 7:40So, many of the crowd hearing of these words were saying: This is truly the prophet.
John 8:31So Iēsous was saying to the Jews having believed in him: If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples.
John 8:37I know that you are Abraam’s seed, but you seek to kill me, because my word does not have room in you.
John 8:43Why do you not know my speech? Because you are not able to be hearing my word.
John 8:51Truly truly I say to you, if anyone keep my word, he will not see death to eternity.
John 8:52The Jews said to him: Now we know that you have a demon. Abraam died and the prophets, and you say: If you keep my word, you will not taste death unto eternity?
John 8:55And you have not known him, but I know him. And if I say that I do not know him, I will be a liar like you; but I know him and I keep his word.
John 10:19A division again came to pass among the Jews because of these words.
John 10:35If he called them “gods”, to whom the word of God came, and the Scripture cannot be loosed,
John 12:38in order that the word of Ēsaias the prophet be fulfilled that he spoke: Lord, who believed our report? And to whom has the arm of the lord been revealed?
John 12:48The one setting me aside and not receiving my words has one judging him: the word that I spoke — that will judge him in the last day.
John 14:23Iēsous answered and said to him: If anyone agapē-loves me, he will keep my word, and my father will agapē-love him, and we will come to him, and we will make our dwelling-place with him.
John 14:24The one not agapē-loving me does not keep to my words. And the word that you hear is not mine but of the father having sent me.
John 15:3Already are you pruned because of the word that I have spoken to you.
John 15:20Be remembering the word that I told you: A slave is not greater than his lord. If they persecuted me, they will also persecute you. If they kept my word, they will also keep yours.
John 15:25But this is in order that the word in their law be fulfilled having been written that: They hated me undeservedly.
John 17:6I revealed your name to the people whom you gave to me out of the world. They were yours, and you gave them to me, and they have kept your word.
John 17:14I have given them your word, and the world hated them, because they are not of the world, just as I am not of the world.
John 17:17Make them holy in the truth; your word is truth.
John 17:20But not concerning these only do I ask, but also concerning those believing in me through their word,
John 18:9in order that the word be fulfilled that said that: Whom you have given me, I will lose of them not one.
John 18:32in order that the word of Iēsous be fulfilled when he spoke indicating what sort of death he was about to be dying.
John 19:8When therefore Pilate heard this word, he feared greatly,
John 19:13Pilate therefore having heard these words brought Iēsous out and sat upon the judgment seat in the place called Lithostrotos, but in Hebrew Gabatha.
John 21:23This word therefore went out to the brothers that this disciple will not die. But Iēsous did not say to him that he will not die, but: If I wish him to be remaining until I come, what is it to you?
Acts 1:1I indeed did the first account concerning everything, O Theophilos, which Iēsous began to be doing and teaching,
Acts 2:22Israēlite men, hear these words: Iēsous the Nazarene, a man attested from God to you by powers and wonders and signs, which God did through him in your midst, just as you yourselves know,
Acts 2:40And with other more words he was witnessing and calling upon them saying: Be saved from this unscrupulous generation.
Acts 2:41On the one hand therefore having received his word, they were baptized, and added in that day about three thousand psuchē-lives.
Acts 4:4Now many of those having heard the word believed, and the number of men became about five thousand.
Acts 4:29And with respect to now, Lord, look upon their threats, and give to your slaves with all boldness to be speaking your word,
Acts 4:31And when they had asked, the place in which they were gathered shook, and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit, and they were speaking the word of God with boldness.
Acts 5:5Now Ananaias hearing these words, having fallen, he breathed out his last, and great fear came to pass upon all those hearing.
Acts 5:24Now as the chief of the temple and the chief priests heard these words, they were greatly perplexed concerning them what might have come to pass with respect to this.
Acts 6:2So the twelve having called upon the multitude of disciples, they said: It is not pleasing for us having forsaken the word of God inorder to be serving tables.
Acts 6:4But we will persist in prayer and in the service of the word.
Acts 6:5And this word pleased before all the multitude, and they chose Stephen, a man full of faith and of the Holy Spirit, and Phillipos and Prochoros and Nicanora and Timona and Parmena and Nicolaos proselyte of Antiochea,
Acts 6:7And the word of God increased, and the number of disciples in Hierosoluma multiplied greatly, and a great crowd of priests were obeying in faith.
Acts 7:22And Mōsēs was educated in all the wisdom of Aiguptos, and he was powerful in his words and deeds.
Acts 7:29So Mōsēs fled in this word, and became a dweller in the land Madiam, where he begat two sons.
Acts 8:4Now indeed therefore, having scattered, they went about good-newsing the word.
Acts 8:14Now the apostles in Hierosoluma having heard that Samaria received the word of God, they sent to them Petros and Iōannēs,
Acts 8:21There is not part nor portion to you in this word, for your heart is not upright in the eyes of God.
Acts 8:25Indeed therefore witnessing and speaking the word of God they were returning to Hierosoluma, and many towns of the Samaritēs were good-newsed.
Acts 10:29Therefore I also came, undeniably summoned. I inquire, therefore, for what reason you summoned me.
Acts 10:36The word which he sent to the sons of Israēl, good-newsing peace through Iēsous Christ, this one is Lord of all.
Acts 10:44While Petros was speaking these words, the Holy Spirit fell upon all those hearing his word.
Acts 11:1So the apostles and the brothers being throughout Ioudaia hear that the nations also received the word of God.
Acts 11:19Indeed therefore those having been scattered from the distress having come to pass upon Stephen were going through to Phoenicia and Cypris and Antioch, speaking the word to no one except Jews.
Acts 11:22Now the word was heard to the ears of the assembly being in Hierosoluma concerning them, and they sent out Barnabbas until Antioch,
Acts 12:24Now the word of the Lord increased and multiplied.
Acts 13:5And having come to be in Salamini they proclaimed the word of God in the synagogues of the Jews — now they also had Iōannēs for an assistant.
Acts 13:7who was with the proconsul Sergio Paulo, a man of understanding. This one having summoned Barnabbas and Saul sought to hear the word of God.
Acts 13:15So after the reading of the law and the prophets, the chief of the synagogue sent to them saying: Men, brothers, if there is in you a word of encouragement to the people, be speaking.
Acts 13:26Men, brothers, sons of the generation of Abraam and those among you fearing God, to you the word of this salvation is sent out.
Acts 13:44Now on the coming Sabbath, nearly all the city was gathered to hear the word of God.
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 13:48So having heard, the nations were rejoicing and were glorifying the word of God, and they believed, as many as were designated to zōē-life eternal.
Acts 13:49So the word of the Lord was being brought through the whole region.
Acts 14:3Indeed therefore they stayed some time, openly speaking upon the Lord, witnessing upon the word of his grace, giving signs and wonders to come to pass through their hands.
Acts 14:12And they were calling Barnabbas “Dia,” and Paul “Hermes,” since he was the leader of the word.
Acts 14:25and having spoken to Perga the word, they went down to Attalia,
Acts 15:6And the apostles and the elders were gathered to know concerning this word.
Acts 15:7Now much debate having come to pass, Petros having stood said to them: Men, brothers, you were persuaded that from the ancient days God chose among you, the nations, to hear through my mouth the word of the good-news and to believe.
Acts 15:15And to this the words of the prophets agree, just as it is written:
Acts 15:24Since we heard that some among you disturb you with words unsettling your psuchē-lives, by which we are not commanded,
Acts 15:27We sent therefore Juda and Silas, and those proclaiming the same thing through word.
Acts 15:32Juda and Silas, they also being prophets, through many words called upon the brothers and strengthened them;
Acts 15:35So Paul and Barnabbas stayed in Antioch, teaching and good-newsing the word of the Lord with many others also.
Acts 15:36Now after some days Paul said to Barnabbas: Having then returned, let us visit the brothers in every city in which we proclaimed the word of the Lord, how they have things.
Acts 16:6Now they went through Phrygia and Galaticia regions, having been forbidden by the Holy Spirit to speak the word in Asia.
Acts 16:32And they spoke the word of the lord with all those in his house.
Acts 16:36Now the jailer reported these words to Paul, that: The soldiers have sent that you be released. Now therefore having come out, be going in peace.
Acts 17:11Now these were more noble-minded than those in Thessalonika, who received the word with much willingness, each day examining the scriptures whether these things might be thus.
Acts 17:13Now as Jews from Thessalonica knew that also in Beria the word of God was proclaimed by Paul, they came there also shaking and stirring up the crowds.
Acts 18:11So he sat a year and six months teaching among them the word of God.
Acts 18:14But while Paul was about to be opening his mouth, Gallios said to the Jews: If on the one there is some injustice or wicked villainy, O Jews, I would endure according to your lawith
Acts 18:15But if on the other hand the issues are concerning word and names and law according to you, you will see to it, for I do want to be judge of these things?
Acts 19:10Now this came to pass for ten years, so that all those dwelling in Asia heard the word of the Lord, both Jews and Greeks.
Acts 19:20Thus according to the strength of the Lord the word increased and was strong.
Acts 19:38If indeed therefore Demetrius and the craftsmen with him have accusation against them, the court days are in session and there are proconsuls — let them accuse one another.
Acts 19:40For we are indeed in danger of being accused of an uprising concerning the events today, there being no cause, concerning which we will be unable to give reason concerning this commotion. And having said these things he dismissed the assembly.
Acts 20:2Now having come through that region and having exhorted them with many words he came to Hellada.
Acts 20:7Now on the first day of the Sabbaths when they were gathered to break bread, Paul was speaking to them, being about to journey on the morrow, and he was extending the word until midnight.
Acts 20:24But of no account do I make my psuchē-life of great value to myself as I complete my course and the (life of) service that I received from the Lord Iēsous, to be testifying the good-news of the grace of God.
Acts 20:32And now I commit you to the Lord, and to the word of his grace being able to build and to give the inheritance in all those being made holy.
Acts 20:35I showed everything to you, that having labored thusly is it necessary to be helping the feeble, and to be remembering the words of the Lord Iēsous, that he said: It is blessed to be giving rather than to be receiving.
Acts 20:38suffering the most pain upon the word which he spoke, that they were about to be no longer seeing his face. So they accompanied him to the boat.
Acts 22:22Now they heard him until this word, and they raised their voice saying: Be taking such a one from the land, for he is not fit to zōē-live.
Rom 3:4May it not be! Let God become true, but every person a liar, just as it is written, In order that you be justified in your words And you will overcome when you be judged.
Rom 9:6By no means has the word of God failed, for they are not all from Israēl who are of Israēl.
Rom 9:9For the word of the promise is this: According to the opportune-time I will come and a child will be to Sarah.
Rom 9:28For he is completing this word and shortening it in justice, Because a shortened word will the Lord do upon the land.
Rom 13:9For the: You shall not commit adultery, You shall not murder, You shall not steal, You shall not desire, and if any other commandment, in this word is it summed up, in the: You will agapē-love your neighbor as yourself.
Rom 14:12Therefore each of you will give reason concerning himself to God.
Rom 15:18For I will not dare to be speaking of what Christ has not worked through me, to make the nations obedient, in word and work,
1Cor 1:5that in everything you are made rich in him, in every word and every knowledge,
1Cor 1:17For Christ did not send me to be baptizing but to be good-newsing, not in wisdom of word, in order that the cross of Christ not be emptied.
1Cor 1:18For the word of the cross to those perishing is foolishness, but to us being saved it is the power of God.
1Cor 2:1And I having come to you, brothers, came not according to excellence of word or wisdom declaring to you the mystery of God.
1Cor 2:4and my words and my proclamation were not in persuasive wise words, but in proof of spirit and power,
1Cor 2:13And what we teach is not in the words which people’s wisdom taught, but in which the spirit taught, we comparing spiritual things with spiritual.
1Cor 4:19But I will come swiftly to you, if the Lord wills, and I will know not the word of those puffed up, but their power.
1Cor 4:20For not in word is the kingdom of God, but in power.
1Cor 12:8For to one through the spirit is given the word of wisdom, to another the word of knowledge according to the same spirit,
1Cor 14:9Thus you also, unless you through the tongue give clear word, how will the thing being spoken be known? For you will be speaking into air.
1Cor 14:19But in the assembly I want to speak five words with my mind, in order that I also inform others, than ten thousand words in a tongue.
1Cor 14:36Or has the word of God gone out from you only, or has it come to you only?
1Cor 15:2through which you are also saved, if you hold fast to what word I good-newsed to you, unless you have believed rashly.
1Cor 15:54So when this corruption has put on incorruption and this death-like has put on deathlessness, then will come to pass the word that is written: Death is swallowed in victory.
2Cor 1:18But God is trustworthy, because our word to you is not yes and no.
2Cor 2:17For we are not as the many peddling the word of God, but as from sincerity, but as from God, before God, in Christ we speak.
2Cor 4:2but we have renounced the secret things of disgrace, not walking about in cunning, nor adulterating the word of God, but in the manifestation of the truth having commended ourselves to every conscience of people before God.
2Cor 5:19how God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself, not reckoning to them their transgressions, and having placed in us the word of reconciliation.
2Cor 6:7in word of truth, in power of God, through the weapons of justice on the right hand and the left,
2Cor 8:7But as you abound in everything, in faith and in word and in knowledge and in all earnestness and in agapē-love from us among you, in order that you also abound in this same grace.
2Cor 10:10For the letters on the one hand, they say, are weighty and strong, but on the other hand his bodily presence is weak and his word despicable.
2Cor 10:11Let such men be reckoning this, that such as we are by word through letters being absent, such also are we being present in deed.
2Cor 11:6So if I am a layman in word, I am not in knowledge, but in everything being manifested in everything to you.
Gal 5:14For the law is fulfilled in one word, in the: You will agapē-love your neighbor as yourself.
Gal 6:6Let the one having been reported the word be sharing with the one reporting in every good thing.
Eph 1:13in whom you also hoped, having heard the word of truth, the good-news of your salvation, in which having believed you have been sealed by the Holy Spirit of promise,
Eph 4:29Be letting no foul word be proceeding out of your mouth, but what is good towards the upbuilding of need, in order that it give grace to those hearing.
Eph 5:6Let no one be deceiving you with empty words; for because of such comes the anger of God upon every son of disobedience.
Eph 6:19and concerning me, in order that to me be given word in the opening of my mouth, to make known in boldness the good-news,
Phil 1:14and more of the brothers in the Lord having been persuaded by my bonds are daring much more to be fearlessly speaking the word of God.
Phil 2:16holding fast the word of zōē-life, to a boast for me in the day of Christ, that I have not run in vain nor labored in vain.
Phil 4:15Now you Philippians also know that in the beginning of the good-news, when I departed from Macedonia, no assembly shared with me for the purpose of giving and receiving, except you only,
Phil 4:17Not that I seek the gift, but I seek the fruit increasing to your account.
Col 1:5because of the hope laid up for you in the heavens which you heard beforehand in the word of the truth of the good-news being at hand to you,
Col 1:25of which I became a servant according to the administration of God, the one having been given to me for you to complete the word of God,
Col 2:23Which is an idea having wisdom in self-made religion and false humblemindedness and severe-treatment of the body, not anything of value against the indulgence of the flesh.
Col 3:16Let the word of Christ be dwelling in you richly, in all wisdom teaching and warning each other with psalms, hymns, spiritual songs in kindness, singing in your hearts go God.
Col 3:17And all which you do in word or in deed, do all in the name of Christ Iēsous, giving thanks to God the father through him.
Col 4:3in order that God open to us a door of the word, to speak the mystery of Christ, because of which I indeed am bound,
Col 4:6Let your conversation always be in grace, having been seasoned with salt, to know how you just be answering each one.
1Thes 1:5for our good-news did not come to you in word only, but also in ability and in the Holy Spirit and in great certainty, just as you know what sort we came to be among you because of you.
1Thes 1:6And you became imitators of us and of the Lord, having received the word in much distress with the joy of the Holy Spirit,
1Thes 1:8For from you sounded forth the word of the Lord not only in Macedonia and in Achaia, but to every place your faith towards God went out, so that we were having no need to be speaking anything,
1Thes 2:5For neither formerly did we come in word of flattery, just as you know, either in pretext of greed, God is witness,
1Thes 2:13And because of this we also thank God unceasingly, that having received the word of God from hearing us, you received it not as the word of people, but just as it is truly, the word of God, which also works in you the believing ones.
1Thes 4:15For this we speak to you by word of the Lord, that we the zōē-living, those left behind for the coming of the Lord, will not precede those having fallen asleep.
1Thes 4:18So be encouraging one another with these words.
2Thes 2:2that you be not swiftly shaken in mind nor be frightened, neither through spirit nor through word nor through letter as from us, as that the day of the Lord has come.
2Thes 2:15Therefore, brothers, stand fast, and be holding to the traditions which you were taught, whether through word or through letter.
2Thes 2:17encourage your heart and establish it in every good work and word.
2Thes 3:1Finally, be praying, brothers, for us, in order that the word of the Lord run freely and be glorified just as it is also with you,
2Thes 3:14So if any does not obey our word of this letter, be marking this one, to be not associating with him, in order that he be shamed.
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 3:1Trustworthy is this word: if anyone aspires to be overseer, he desires a good work.
1Tim 4:5For it is made holy through the word of God and thankful prayer.
1Tim 4:6Having made these things known to the brothers, you will be a good servant of Christ Iēsous, brought up in the words of faith and of good teaching, which you have followed.
1Tim 4:9Trustworthy is this word and worthy of all acceptance.
1Tim 4:12Let no one be despising your youth, but become a pattern for the believers in word, in conduct, in agapē-love, in faith, in purity.
1Tim 5:17Let the elders having managed well be being worthy of double honor, especially those laboring in word and teaching.
1Tim 6:3If anyone teaches otherwise and does not come with healthy words, those of our Lord Iēsous Christ, and to the teaching according to piety,
2Tim 1:13Be holding to the pattern of sound words which you heard from me in belief and agapē-love in Christ Iēsous.
2Tim 2:9for which I suffer, even to bonds as an evil-doer, but the word of God is not bound.
2Tim 2:11Trustworthy is this word: If we co-died, we will also co-live;
2Tim 2:15Be earnest to present yourself approved to God, a worker not-needing-to-be-ashamed, cutting-straight the word of truth.
2Tim 2:17and their word will eat as a gangrene, of whom Humenaios and Philetus,
2Tim 4:2preach the word, be ready in season and out of season, convince, rebuke, exhort, in all long-suffering and teaching.
2Tim 4:15of whom you also be on guard, for he has exceedingly opposed our words.
Tit 1:3but manifested in its own opportune-times his word in proclamation, with which I was entrusted according to the command of God our savior,
Tit 1:9holding fast the trustworthy word according to the teaching, in order that he be able by sound teaching both to be exhorting and to be refuting those opposing.
Tit 2:5prudent, pure, working at home, good, being subject to their own husbands, in order that the word of God not be slandered.
Tit 2:8speaking sound words beyond reproach, in order that the opponent be shamed, having nothing to be saying concerning us about how we are worthless.
Tit 3:8Trustworthy is this word, and concerning these things I intend you to be insisting, that those having believed in God be being intent on being busy with good works. These things are good and profitable for people.
Heb 2:2For if the word spoken through angels became established, and every transgression and disobedience received just recompense,
Heb 4:2For indeed we are good-newsed just as those were, but the word of hearing did not benefit those not having mixed what was heard with belief.
Heb 4:12For the word of God is zōē-living and active and more cutting than every two-edged sword and piercing to separation of psuchē-life and spirit, joints and marrows, and able to judge the reflections and insights of the heart.
Heb 4:13And no created one is hidden before him, but everything is naked and laid bare to his eyes, towards which the word is to us.
Heb 5:11About whom we have much to say and hard to be interpreted, since you have become dull of hearing.
Heb 5:13For all having milk are inexperienced in the word of justice, for he is an infant.
Heb 6:1Therefore leaving the word of Christ from the beginning, let us be carried towards the completion, not laying down another foundation from dead works, and of faith upon God,
Heb 7:28For the law appointed people chief-priests having weakness, but the word of oath-taking after the law appointed a son being perfect to eternity.
Heb 12:19and by sound of trumpet and by voice of words, which sounds those having heard requested that more word not be added to them.
Heb 13:7Be remembering your leaders, who spoke to you the word of God, of whom examining the outcome of the way of life you imitate the faith.
Heb 13:17Be being persuaded by your leaders and be yielding. For they care for your psuchē-lives as ones who will render account, in order that with joy they do this and not groaning. For this is harmful to you.
Heb 13:22But I call upon you, brothers, to be bearing with this word of encouragement. For also briefly did I write to you.
Jam 1:18Of set purpose he brought us forth by the word of truth for us to be certain first fruits among his creatures.
Jam 1:21Therefore having laid aside all filthiness and abundance of evil by gentleness, receive the implanted word, the one being able to save your psuchē-lives.
Jam 1:22But become doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves.
Jam 1:23For if anyone is a hearer of the word and not a doer, this one is like a man considering the face of his birth in a mirror.
Jam 3:2For we all stumble in many things. If anyone does not stumble in word, this is a complete man, able to bridle even the whole body.
1Pet 1:23having been born again not from perishable seed but from imperishable seed through the word of the zōē-living and abiding God.
1Pet 2:8and a stone of offense and a rock of stumbling, who stumble by the word, being disobedient, to which they were also appointed.
1Pet 3:1Likewise, O wives, be submitting to your own husbands, in order that if any be disobedient to the word, through the way of their wives they will be won without a word,
1Pet 3:15but make the Lord Christ holy in your hearts, be always prepared to give reply to those requesting word of you concerning the hope in you,
1Pet 4:5who will give reason to the one ready to judge the zōē-living and the dead.
2Pet 1:19And we have a more firm prophetic word, to which you do well giving heed as to a light shining in a dark place, until the day dawn and the morning star arise in your hearts.
2Pet 2:3And in greediness they will exploit you with made-up words, to whom the judgment will not long be idle, and their destruction does not slumber.
2Pet 3:5For this willingly escapes their notice, that by the word of God were the heavens of old and the earth standing out of the water and in the water,
2Pet 3:7but the heavens and the earth which now are stored up by the same word, being kept for fire in the day of judgment and destruction of impious people.
1John 1:1What was from the beginning, what we have heard, what we have seen with our eyes, what we have beheld and our hands have handled, concerning the word of zōē-life —
1John 1:10If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar and his word is not in us.
1John 2:5But whoever keeps his word, truly is the agapē-love of God completed in him. By this we know that we are in him.
1John 2:7Agapē-beloved, I do not write to you a new commandment, but an old commandment which you had from the beginning, the old commandment is the word which you heard.
1John 2:14I have written to you, children, because you have known the father. I have written to you, fathers, because you have known him who is from the beginning. I have written to you, young men, because you are strong and the word of God abides in you and you have conquered the wicked one.
1John 3:18Children, let us not be agapē-loving in word nor in tongue, but in work and in truth.
1John 5:7For three are those testifying:
3John 1:10Because of this, if I come, I will call to mind his works which he does, talking nonsense against us with wicked words, and not being content with that, neither does he receive the brothers and hinders those intending to, and throws them out of the assembly.
Rev 1:2who testified of the word of God and the testimony of Iēsous Christ, as much as he sawith
Rev 1:3Blessed is the one reading and those hearing the words of this prophecy and keeping the things written in it, for the opportune-time is near.
Rev 1:9I Iōannēs, your brother and partner in the distress and kingdom and endurance of Iēsous, came to be in the island called Patmos because of the word of God and the testimony of Iēsous.
Rev 3:8I know your works. Behold I have given before you an opened door, which no one is able to shut it, because you have a little ability, and you have kept my word and have not denied my name.
Rev 3:10Because you kept the word of my endurance, I also will keep you from the hour of test about to come upon the entire inhabited-world, to test those dwelling upon the land.
Rev 6:9And when the fifth seal was opened, I saw under the altar the psuchē-lives of those slain because of the word of God and because of the testimony which they had.
Rev 12:11And they have overcome him by the blood of the lamb and by the word of their testimony, and they did not agapē-love their psuchē-lives to death.
Rev 19:9And he says to me: Write: Blessed are those called to the wedding supper of the lamb. These are the true words of God.
Rev 19:13and clothed with a garment dipped in blood, and his name is called The Word of God.
Rev 20:4And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given to them, and I saw the psuchē-lives of those beheaded for the testimony of Iēsous and for the word of God, and whoever did not worship the wild-beast nor his image and did not receive the mark upon their forehead and upon their hand, and they zōē-lived and reigned with the Christ a thousand years.
Rev 21:5And the one having sat upon the throne said: Behold I make everything newith And he says: Write, for these words are trustworthy and true.
Rev 22:6And he said to me: These words are trustworthy and true, and the Lord God of the spirits of the prophets sent his angel to show his slaves what must swiftly come to pass.
Rev 22:7And behold I come swiftly. Blessed is the one keeping the words of prophecy of this scroll.
Rev 22:9And he says to me: See that you not do this. I am the fellow-slave of you and your brothers the prophets and of those keeping the words of this scroll. Worship God.
Rev 22:10And he says to me: You may not seal the words of prophecy of this scroll, for the opportune-time is near.
Rev 22:18I testify to all those hearing the words of the prophecy of this scroll, if anyone adds to it, God will add to him the plagues written in this scroll.
Rev 22:19And if anyone subtract from the words of the scroll of this prophecy, God will subtract his portion from the tree of zōē-life and from the holy city, of which are written in this scroll.

 LEGŌ/λέγω (verb) 

[BDAG]:

  1. to express oneself orally or in written form, utter in words, say, tell, give expression to
  2. to express oneself in a specific way, say
  3. to inform about / tell of something, speak, report
  4. to identify in a specific manner, call, name

All occurrences of LEGŌ/λέγω in the NT:
Strong#: 3004
Occurrences: 1324

Matt 1:16and Iakōb fathered Iōsēph the husband of Maria, by whom was born Iēsous the one being called Christ.
Matt 1:20So having pondered these things, behold an angel of the Lord in a dream appeared to him saying: Iōsēph son of Dabid, you should not fear to take to yourself Maria your wife. For what has been conceived in her is by the Holy Spirit.
Matt 1:22This whole thing came about so that the things said by the Lord through the prophet be fulfilled when he says:
Matt 2:2saying: Where is the one having been brought forth, the king of the Jews? For we saw his star in the east and have come to worship him.
Matt 2:13Now when they returned, behold an angel of the Lord appears to Iōsēph in a dream saying: Having arisen, be taking the child and his mother, and be fleeing to Aiguptos, and be there until I say otherwise to you. For Herodēs is about to be seeking the child to destroy him.
Matt 2:15And he was there until the death of Herodēs, in order that the things said by the Lord through the prophet be fulfilled when he says: Out of Aiguptos I called my son.
Matt 2:17Then the things said through Ieremias the prophet were fulfilled when he says:
Matt 2:20saying: Having arisen, be taking the child and his mother and go to the land Israēl, for those seeking the psuchē-life of the child have died.
Matt 2:23and having gone he dwelt in a city being called Nazara. In this manner the things said through the prophet were fulfilled that he will be called a Nazarene.
Matt 3:2saying: Be repenting, for the kingdom of the heavens is at hand.
Matt 3:3For this is he, the one spoken of through Ēsaias the prophet when he says: The voice of one Crying in the wilderness, Prepare the way of the Lord, Be making his paths straight.
Matt 3:9And do not suppose to be saying among yourselves: the father we have is Abraam. For I say to you that God is able out of these stones to raise up children of Abraam.
Matt 3:14But he was hindering him saying: I have need to be baptized by you, and you come to me?
Matt 3:17And behold a voice out of the heavens said: This is my agapē-beloved son, in whom I am well-pleased.
Matt 4:6And he says to him: If you are the son of God, throw yourself down, for it is written that: He will command his angels concerning you And in their hands they will carry you Lest you dash your foot against a stone.
Matt 4:9and says to him: All these I will give to you if, having fallen down, you will worship me.
Matt 4:10Then Iēsous says to him: Be departing, Satan, for it is written: You will worship the Lord your God and him only will you serve.
Matt 4:14in order that what was said through Ēsaias the prophet be fulfilled saying:
Matt 4:17From then on Iēsous began preaching and saying: Be repenting, for the kingdom of the heavens is at hand.
Matt 4:18So walking by the sea of Galilaia he saw two brothers, Simōn the one called Petros and Andreas his brother, throwing a net into the sea, for they were fishermen.
Matt 4:19And he says to them: Come after me, and I will make you fishers of people.
Matt 5:2And having opened his mouth he taught them saying:
Matt 5:18For truly I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, one dot-of-an-‘i’ or cross-of-a-‘t’ will not pass away from the law, until all come to pass.
Matt 5:20For I say to you that unless your justice abounds more than that of the scribes and Pharisees, you shall not enter into the kingdom of the heavens.
Matt 5:22But I say to you that everyone being angry with his brother will be liable for judgment. And, Whoever says to his brother: You empty-head, he will be liable to the Council, and whoever says: You fool, he will be liable to the Gehenna fire.
Matt 5:26Truly I say to you, you shall not come out from there until you have yielded your last kodrantes.
Matt 5:28But I say to you that everyone looking at a woman to desire her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.
Matt 5:32But I say to you that everyone putting away his wife except by reason of fornication makes her commit adultery, and whoever marries the one having been put away commits adultery.
Matt 5:34But I say to you do not swear at all, neither by heaven, for it is God’s throne,
Matt 5:39But I say to you not to oppose wickedness, but whoever strikes the right side of your cheek, turn to him the other also.
Matt 5:44But I say to you, be agapē-loving your enemies and be praying for those persecuting you,
Matt 6:2Whenever therefore you do a merciful thing, do not trumpet before you, like the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, in order that they be glorified by people. Truly I say to you, they have their reward.
Matt 6:5And when you pray, be not as the hypocrites. For they philia-love to be praying when standing in the synagogues and in the street corners, in order that they be manifest to others. Truly I say to you, they have their reward.
Matt 6:16Now when you fast, do not become sullen like the hypocrites, for they darken their faces in order that their fastings be manifest. Truly I say to you, they have their reward.
Matt 6:25Therefore I say to you, be not concerning yourself about your psuchē-life: what you shall eat, nor with what you will clothe your body. Is not your psuchē-life more than food and your body more than clothing?
Matt 6:29Yet I say to you that Solomōn in all his glory was not adorned as one of these.
Matt 6:31Therefore be not concerned saying: What shall we eat? or What shall we drink? or What shall we wear?
Matt 7:21Not everyone saying to me: Lord lord will enter into the kingdom of the heavens, but the one doing the will of my father who is in the heavens.
Matt 8:2And behold a leper, having come, prostrated himself before him saying: Lord, if you wish it, you are able to cleanse me.
Matt 8:3And stretching out his hand he grasped him saying: I wish it, be cleansed. And immediately his leprosy was cleansed.
Matt 8:4And Iēsous says to him: See that you speak to no one, but be going and show yourself to the priest, and bring the gift prescribed by Mōsēs, for a witness to them.
Matt 8:6and saying: Lord, my child is stricken paralytic in my house, terribly tormented.
Matt 8:7And he says to him: I, having come, will heal him.
Matt 8:9For I also am a person under authority, having soldiers under me, and I say to this one: Be going, and he goes, and to another: Be coming, and he comes, and to my slave: Do this, and he does it.
Matt 8:10Now having heard this Iēsous was amazed and said to his followers: Truly I say to you, in Israēl I have not found such faith.
Matt 8:11And I say to you that many from east and west will have come and will recline with Abraam and Isaak and Iakōb in the kingdom of the heavens.
Matt 8:17in order that what was said through Ēsaias the prophet be fulfilled saying: He took our weakness and bore our sicknesses.
Matt 8:20And Iēsous says to him: The foxes have lairs and the birds of heaven have nests, but the son of humanity has nowhere he may lay his head.
Matt 8:25And having come they roused him saying: Lord, save us, we are perishing.
Matt 8:26And he says to them: Why are you cowardly, you little-faiths? And having roused himself he rebuked the winds and the sea, and there came about a great calm.
Matt 8:27And the men marveled, saying: Whence is this person, that both the winds and the sea obey him?
Matt 8:29And behold they cried out saying: What is common to us and to you, O son of God? Have you thus come before the time to torture us?
Matt 8:31So the demons were crying out to him saying: If you cast us out, send us into the herd of pigs.
Matt 9:6But that you may see that the son of humanity has authority on the earth to be forgiving sins — then he says to the paralytic: Be rising, carry your bed and be going to your own house.
Matt 9:9And proceeding from there Iēsous saw a person sitting at a tax-booth, called Maththaios, and he says to him: Be following me. And having stood up, he followed him.
Matt 9:14Then the disciples of Iōannēs come to him saying: Why do we and the Pharisees fast but your disciples do not fast?
Matt 9:18While he was saying these things behold a ruler coming to him kneels before him saying: My daughter even now has come to the end. But come and lay your hand upon her, and she will zōē-live.
Matt 9:21For she was saying in herself: If only I grasp his robe, I will be saved.
Matt 9:24he was saying: Be withdrawing, for the girl is not dead but sleeps. And they were laughing at him.
Matt 9:27And when Iēsous went out from there two blind men followed him crying out and saying: Have mercy on us, son of Dabid.
Matt 9:28So when he entered into the house, the blind men came in to him, and Iēsous says to them: Do you believe that I am able to do this? They say to him, Yes, lord.
Matt 9:29Then he touched their eyes saying: According to your belief be it to you.
Matt 9:30And their eyes were opened. And he sternly-admonished them saying: See that no one knows of this.
Matt 9:33And when the demon had been cast out the mute spoke. And the crowd marveled saying: Never was it thus seen in Israēl.
Matt 9:34But the Pharisees were saying: By the ruler of demons he casts out demons.
Matt 9:37Then he says to his disciples: The harvest is great, but the workers are few.
Matt 10:2Now the names of the twelve sent-ones are these: First Simōn the one called Petros and Andreas his brother, and Iakōbos the son of Zebedaios and Iōannēs his brother,
Matt 10:5Iēsous sent out these twelve after he exhorted them saying: Do not go in the road of the nations, and do not enter into the city of Samaritēs.
Matt 10:7And while going, be proclaiming that the kingdom of the heavens is at hand.
Matt 10:15Truly I say to you, It will be more bearable for the land of Sodoma and Gomorra in the day of judgment than for that city.
Matt 10:23But whenever they persecute you in this city, be fleeing to another, for truly I say to you, you will not complete the cities of Israēl until the son of humanity comes.
Matt 10:27What I say to you in darkness, you speak in the light, and what you hear in your ear, proclaim in the houses.
Matt 10:42And whoever gives only a glass of cold water to one of these little ones in the name of a disciple, truly I say to you, he shall not lose his wages.
Matt 11:7Now when these are going, Iēsous began to be saying to the crowd concerning Iōannēs: What did you come out into the wilderness to see, a reed shaken by the wind?
Matt 11:9So why did you come out? To behold a prophet? Yes, I say to you, and much more than a prophet.
Matt 11:11Truly I say to you, there has not arisen one born of women greater than Iōannēs the baptizing one. But the least in the kingdom of the heavens is greater than he.
Matt 11:17saying: We played the flute for you and you did not dance, We mourned and you did not beat yourself.
Matt 11:18For Iōannēs came neither eating nor drinking, and you say: He has a demon.
Matt 11:19The son of humanity came eating and drinking, and you say: Behold this man is a glutton and a wino, a friend of tax-collectors and sinners. And wisdom is justified by her children.
Matt 11:22Moreover I say to you, it will be more bearable for Turos and Sodoma in the day of judgment than for you.
Matt 11:24Moreover I say to you that it will be more bearable for the land of Sodoma in the day of judgment than for you.
Matt 12:6But I say to you that here is something greater than the temple.
Matt 12:10And behold there was a person having a shriveled hand. And they asked him saying: Is it allowed to heal on the Sabbath? in order that they may denounce him.
Matt 12:13Then he says to the person: Be stretching out your hand. And he stretched it out, and it was restored healthy like the other.
Matt 12:17in order that what was said by Ēsaias the prophet be fulfilled when he says:
Matt 12:23And all the crowd was astonished and was saying: Is not this one the son of Dabid?
Matt 12:31Because of this I say to you, every sin and slander will be forgiven people, but the slander of the spirit will not be forgiven.
Matt 12:36But I say to you that every idle word that people will speak, they will require from him a word in the day of judgment.
Matt 12:38Then some of the scribes and Pharisees distinguished themselves to him saying: O teacher, we desire from you to see a sign.
Matt 12:44Then he says: I will return to my house whence I came, and having come he finds it vacated and swept and set in order.
Matt 13:3And he said to them many things in parables saying: Behold the sower went out to be sowing.
Matt 13:14And the prophesy of Ēsaias is fulfilled in them which said: Hearing they will hear and will not understand And looking they will look, and will not see.
Matt 13:17For truly I say to you that many prophets and just [people] longed to see what you look at and they did not see, and to hear and they did not hear.
Matt 13:24Another parable he placed before them saying: The kingdom of the heavens is like a person sowing good seed in his field.
Matt 13:31Another parable he placed before them saying: The kingdom of the heavens is like a mustard-seed, which when a person takes he plants in his field,
Matt 13:35Thus what was said by the prophet was fulfilled when he says: I will open my mouth in parables, I will shout things secret From the foundation of the world.
Matt 13:36Then having left the crowd he came into the house. And his disciples came to him saying: Explain to us the parable of the weeds of the field.
Matt 13:51Have you understood all these things? They say to him: Yes.
Matt 13:54And having come to his own native-land he taught them in their synagogue, so that they were amazed and were saying: Whence is this wisdom and power to this [person]?
Matt 13:55Is this not the carpenter’s son? Is not his mother called Maria and his brothers Iakōbos and Iōsēph and Simōn and Ioudas?
Matt 14:4For Iōannēs was saying to him: It is not allowed for you to be having her.
Matt 14:15Now when it became evening, the disciples came to him saying: This place is a desert and the hour has already past. Therefore disperse the crowd so having gone into the towns they may buy themselves bread.
Matt 14:17But they say to him: We do not have here but five loaves and two fish.
Matt 14:26Now the disciples having seen him walking on the sea, they were frightened saying: It is a ghost, and they screamed from fear.
Matt 14:27But immediately Iēsous spoke to them saying: Take courage, It is I, Be not fearing.
Matt 14:30But seeing the strong wind he was afraid, and beginning to sink he cried out saying: Lord, save me.
Matt 14:31So immediately Iēsous having stretched out his hand laid hold of him, and says to him: O little-faith, why did you doubt?
Matt 14:33And those in the boat worshipped him saying: Truly you are the son of God.
Matt 15:1Then came to Iēsous from Hierosoluma Pharisees and scribes saying:
Matt 15:4For God said: Honor your father and your mother, and, The one speaking evil of father or mother shall be brought-to-the-end by death.
Matt 15:5But you say: Whoever should say to his father or mother, That thing by which you may have profited by me is a gift to God,
Matt 15:7Hypocrites, well did Ēsaias prophesy concerning you when he says:
Matt 15:22And behold a Chananaios woman from the region came crying out saying: Have mercy on me, Lord, son of Dabid, my daughter is badly demon possessed.
Matt 15:23But he did not answer her a word. And his disciples came to him asking him saying: Get rid of her, because she cries out after us.
Matt 15:25But the one who came knelt before him saying: Lord, help me.
Matt 15:33And the disciples said to him: Where in the desert is for us so much bread so as to fill such a crowd?
Matt 15:34And Iēsous says to them: How many loaves do you have? And they said: Seven, and a few little fish.
Matt 16:2But he answered them saying: When it has become late you say: Fair weather, for the sky is fiery red,
Matt 16:7And they reasoned among themselves that: We may not take bread.
Matt 16:13When Iēsous came into the region of Kaisareia of Phillipos he asked his disciples saying: Who do people say the son of humanity to be?
Matt 16:15He says to them: But who do you say I am?
Matt 16:18And I say to you that: You are Petros, and upon this rock will I build my assembly, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it.
Matt 16:22And Petros taking him aside began to be rebuking him saying: Mercy to you, Lord! This will not be for you!
Matt 16:28Truly I say to you that there are some standing here who will not taste of death until they see the son of humanity coming in his kingdom.
Matt 17:5While he was yet speaking behold a radiant cloud overshadowed them, and behold a voice out of the cloud said: This is my agapē-beloved son with whom I am well-pleased. Be hearing him.
Matt 17:9And while coming down the mountain Iēsous commanded them saying: Tell the vision to no one until the son of humanity rises from the dead.
Matt 17:10And the disciples asked him saying: Why therefore do the scribes say the Ēlias must come first?
Matt 17:12But I say to you that Ēlias already came and they did not know him, but did with him whatever they wished. Thus also is the son of humanity about to be suffering by them.
Matt 17:15and saying: Lord, have mercy on my son, for he is moon-struck and suffers badly. For often he falls into the fire and often into the water.
Matt 17:20So he says to them: Because of your unbelief. Truly I say to you, if you have belief like a grain of mustard, you will say to this mountain: Go from here to there, and it will go, and nothing will be impossible to you.
Matt 17:25He says: Yes. And when they came to the house Iēsous came before him saying: How does it seem to you Simōn? From which do the kings of the earth collect taxes or tolls? From his sons or from strangers?
Matt 17:26So when he said: From strangers, Iēsous said to him: Therefore the sons are exempt.
Matt 18:1In that hour the disciples came to Iēsous saying: Who then is greater in the kingdom of the heavens?
Matt 18:3and said: Truly I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will not enter into the kingdom of the heavens.
Matt 18:10Be seeing that you do not despise one of these little ones, For I say to you that their angels in the heavens always see the face of my father in the heavens.
Matt 18:13And if it come to pass he finds it, truly I say to you that he rejoices upon it more than upon the ninety-nine that had not gone astray.
Matt 18:18Truly I say to you, whatever you bind on the earth will have been bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on the earth will have been loosed in heaven.
Matt 18:19Again I truly say to you that if two among you be in agreement on the earth concerning any matter that they ask, it will come to pass from my father in the heavens.
Matt 18:22Iēsous says to him: I do not say to you until seven, but seventy seven times.
Matt 18:26The slave therefore falling down knelt before him saying: Be patient with me, and I will pay all to you.
Matt 18:28So when that slave went out he found one of his fellow-slaves, which owed him a hundred denari, and laying hold he was choking him saying: Pay what you owe!
Matt 18:29Falling down therefore his fellow-slave knelt before him saying: Be patient with me and I will pay you.
Matt 18:32Then when his lord called him he said to him: Wicked slave, all this debt I allowed you because you called upon me.
Matt 19:3And Pharisees came to him testing him and saying: Is it allowed for a person to put-away his wife for any reason?
Matt 19:7They say to him: Why therefore did Mōsēs command to give a scroll of divorce and put-her-away?
Matt 19:8He says to them: Because Mōsēs tolerated it to you because of your hard-heartedness. This did not come to pass from the beginning.
Matt 19:9But I say to you that whoever puts-away his wife makes her commit adultery, and the one having married the one having been put away commits adultery.
Matt 19:10The disciples say to him: If this is the circumstance of a person with his wife, it is not advantageous to marry.
Matt 19:17So he said to him: Why do you ask me concerning the good? Only one is good . But if you wish to enter into zōē-life, be keeping the commandments.
Matt 19:18He says to him: Which? So Iēsous said: Do not murder, Do not commit adultery, Do not steal, Do not bear false witness,
Matt 19:20The young man says to him: All these have I kept . What do I yet lack?
Matt 19:23But Iēsous said to his disciples: Truly I say to you that the rich with-difficulty enter into the kingdom of the heavens.
Matt 19:24But again I say to you it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for the rich man to enter into the kingdom of God.
Matt 19:25When the disciples heard this they were astonished saying: Who then is able to be saved?
Matt 19:28And Iēsous said to him: Truly I say to you that you the ones following me, in the regeneration, when the son of humanity sits on the throne of his glory, you yourselves shall also sit upon twelve thrones judging the twelve tribes of Israēl.
Matt 20:6And around the eleventh hour having gone out he found others standing and says to them: Why have you stood here the whole day idle?
Matt 20:7They say to him: Because no one has hired us. He says to them: You also be going into the vineyard.
Matt 20:8Now when it became late the lord of the vineyard says to his steward: Call the workers and pay the wage, beginning with the last until the first.
Matt 20:12saying: These last worked one hour, and they are equal to us who worked enduring the burden of the day and the heat.
Matt 20:21So he said to her: What do you wish? She says to him: Say that these my two sons shall sit one on your right and one on your left in your kingdom.
Matt 20:22But Iēsous answering said: You do not know what you ask. Are you able to drink the cup that I am about to be drinking? They say to him: We are able.
Matt 20:23He says to them: Indeed you will drink my cup, but to sit on my right and my left, this is not mine to give, but is to be given to those for whom it is prepared by my father.
Matt 20:30And behold two blind men sitting by the road, having heard that Iēsous passes by, cried out saying: Lord, have mercy on us, son of Dabid!
Matt 20:31But the crowd rebuked them that they be silent, but they cried out more saying: Lord, have mercy on us, son of Dabid!
Matt 20:33Lord, that our eyes be opened.
Matt 21:2Saying to them, Be going into the village opposite you and straightway you will find an ass tied and a colt with her. Having loosed them bring them to me.
Matt 21:4And this is come to pass in order that what was spoken through the prophet be fulfilled when he says:
Matt 21:9And the crowd going before him and following were crying out saying: Hosanna to the son of Dabid Blessed is he coming in the name of the Lord Hosanna in the highest.
Matt 21:10And when he entered into Hierosoluma the entire city shook saying: Who is this?
Matt 21:11And the crowd was saying: This is the prophet Iēsous from Nazareth of Galilaia.
Matt 21:13And he says to them: It is written: My house will be called a house of prayer, but you make it a den of thieves.
Matt 21:15But when the chief priests and the scribes saw the wonders that he did and the children crying out in the temple and saying: Hosanna to the son of Dabid, they were indignant,
Matt 21:16and said to him: Do you hear what these say? And Iēsous says to them: Yes, Have you never read that: Out of the mouth of babes and nursing infants I will prepare praise?
Matt 21:19And seeing one fig tree on the road he came to it, and found nothing on it except leaves only, and he says to it: No longer shall fruit grow on you for eternity. And immediately the fig tree withered.
Matt 21:20And when the disciples saw they marveled saying: How is the fig tree immediately withered?
Matt 21:21Iēsous answering said to them: Truly I say to you, If you have belief and do not doubt, not only this of the fig tree will you do, but if you say to this mountain: Be taken and be thrown into the sea, it will come to pass.
Matt 21:23And when he came into the temple, while he was teaching the chief priests and the elders of the people came to him saying: By what authority do you do these things? And who gave this authority to you?
Matt 21:25Whence was Iōannēs the Baptizer? From heaven or from humanity? And they considered among themselves saying: If we say: From heaven, he will say to us: Why then did you not believe him?
Matt 21:27And answering Iēsous they said: We do not know. And he says to them: Neither do I tell you by what authority I do these things.
Matt 21:31Which of the two did the will of his father? They say: The first. Iēsous says to them: Truly I say to you that the tax-collectors and the prostitutes will precede you into the kingdom of God.
Matt 21:37And later he sent to them his son saying: They will respect my son.
Matt 21:41They say to him: He will badly destroy those bad ones, and he will lease the vineyard to other vinedressers, who give him the fruits in their own seasons.
Matt 21:42Iēsous says to them: Have you never read in the scriptures: The stone that the builders rejected This became the head of the cornerstones. By the Lord this came to pass And is a wonder in our eyes.
Matt 21:43Because of this I say to you that the kingdom of God shall be taken from you and given to a nation producing the fruits of it.
Matt 21:45And when the chief priests and the scribes heard his parable they knew that he speaks concerning them.
Matt 22:1And answering Iēsous again spoke to them in parables saying:
Matt 22:4Again he sent other slaves saying: Say to those called: Behold, my noon meal is prepared, my bull and my fattlings are killed, and five are ready. Come to the wedding.
Matt 22:8Then he says to his slaves: The wedding is ready, but those were not worthy.
Matt 22:12And he says to him: Friend, how do you come here not having wedding clothes? But he was silent.
Matt 22:16And they sent to him their disciples with those of Herodēs saying: Teacher, we know you are true and you teach the way of God in truth, and are anxious toward no one, for you do not see people at face-value
Matt 22:20And he says to them: Whose is this likeness and inscription?
Matt 22:21They say: Caesar’s. Then he says to them: Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.
Matt 22:23In that day the Sadducees came to him, who say there is no resurrection, and they questioned him
Matt 22:24saying: Teacher, Mōsēs said: If anyone die not having children, his brother shall marry his wife and raise up seed to his brother.
Matt 22:31But concerning the resurrection of the dead, haven’t you read the thing spoken to you from God saying:
Matt 22:35And one of them, an expert on the Law, testing him asked,
Matt 22:42saying: How does it seem to you concerning the Christ? Whose son is he? They say to him: Dabid’s.
Matt 22:43He says to them: How therefore does Dabid in the spirit call him ‘lord’ saying
Matt 23:2saying: Upon the seat of Mōsēs the scribes and Pharisees sit.
Matt 23:3All therefore that they say to you, do and keep, but do not be doing according to their deeds, for they say and do not do.
Matt 23:16Woe to you, blind guides who say: Whoever swears by the temple, it is nothing, but whoever swears by the gold in the temple, he is obligated.
Matt 23:30and you say: If we were in the days of our fathers, we would not have been their partners in the blood of the prophets.
Matt 23:36Truly I say to you, he will bring all these things upon this generation.
Matt 23:39For I say to you, you will not see me from now until you will say: Blessed is the one coming in the name of the Lord.
Matt 24:2And answering he said to them: Do you not see all these things? Truly I say to you there will not be left here a stone upon a stone that will not be thrown down.
Matt 24:3And when he sat upon the Mount of Olives the disciples came to him privately saying: Tell us when will these things be? And what are the signs of your coming and the completion of the age?
Matt 24:5For many will come on my name saying: I am the Christ, and many will be deceived.
Matt 24:34Truly I say to you that this generation shall not pass away until all these things come to pass.
Matt 24:47Truly I say to you that he will appoint him over all his possessions.
Matt 25:9But the shrewd answered saying: Never, there is not enough for us and you. Be going rather to the sellers and buy for yourselves.
Matt 25:11Later the rest of the virgins came saying: Lord, Lord, open to us.
Matt 25:12But answering he said: Truly I say to you I know you not.
Matt 25:20And when he receiving the five talents came he brought another five talents saying: Lord, five talents have you given me, Behold I gained another five talents.
Matt 25:37Then the just will answer him saying: Lord, when did we see you hungry and we fed you, or thirsty and we gave you to drink?
Matt 25:40And answering the king will say to them: Truly I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.
Matt 25:44Then they also answered saying: Lord, when did we see you hungering or thirsting or a stranger or naked or sick or in prison and we did not serve you?
Matt 25:45Then he will answer them saying: Truly I say to you, inasmuch as you did it not to one of the least of these, neither did you do it to me.
Matt 26:3Then the chief priests and the elders of the people were gathered in the courtyard of the chief priest being called Kaiaphas.
Matt 26:5But they were saying: Not on the festival day lest there be a riot among the people.
Matt 26:8But when the disciples saw they were indignant saying: Why this waste?
Matt 26:13Truly I say to you: wherever this gospel be preached, in the whole world, it will also be told what she did in remembrance of her.
Matt 26:14Then when one of the twelve went forth, the one being called Ioudas Iscariōth, to the chief priests,
Matt 26:17Now on the first day of unleavened bread the disciples came to Iēsous saying: How do you wish we prepare for you to be eating the Passover?
Matt 26:18But he said: Be going into the city to a certain man and say to him: The teacher says: My time is at hand, With you would I do the Passover with my disciples.
Matt 26:21And while they ate he said: Truly I say to you that one of you will deliver me up.
Matt 26:22And being greatly troubled they began to be saying to him each one: Is it I, Lord?
Matt 26:25But Ioudas, the one delivering him, up answering said: Is it I, Rabbi?
Matt 26:27And having taken the cup and having given thanks he gave it to them saying: Drink all of it.
Matt 26:29For I say to you, I will not drink from now on of this the fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it new with you in the kingdom of my father.
Matt 26:31Then Iēsous says to them: You will all be stumbled in me in this night. For it is written: I will smite the shepherd, and the sheep of the flock will be scattered.
Matt 26:34Iēsous said to him: Truly I say to you that in this night before the cock crows thrice you will renounce me.
Matt 26:35But Petros says to him: If I must die with you, I will not renounce you. And all the disciples said likewise.
Matt 26:36Then Iēsous comes with them to the place being called Gethsemane, and he says to the disciples: Sit here while having departed from here I pray.
Matt 26:38Then he says to them: My psuchē-life is deeply pained to death. Remain here and be watching with me.
Matt 26:39And going forth a small ways he fell on his face praying and saying: My father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from me. Nevertheless not as I will but as you will.
Matt 26:40And he comes to the disciples and finds them sleeping, and says to Petros: Do you thus have not the strength to watch with me one hour?
Matt 26:42Again having gone forth he prayed saying: My father, if it is not possible for this cup to pass away except I drink it, let your will come to pass.
Matt 26:45Then he comes to the disciples and says to them: Be sleeping now on, and be taking rest. Behold the hour is at hand and the son of humanity is delivered up into the hands of sinners.
Matt 26:48And the one delivering him up gave them a sign saying: Whom I kiss is he, lay hold of him.
Matt 26:52Then Iēsous says to him: Put away your sword from this place, for all who take the sword are destroyed by the sword.
Matt 26:64Iēsous says to him: You said it. Nevertheless I say to you, hereafter will you see the son of humanity sitting at the right hand of power and coming upon the clouds of heaven.
Matt 26:65Then the chief priest tore his robe saying: He has slandered God. What further need do we have of witnesses? Behold now we have heard his God-slander.
Matt 26:68saying: Prophesy to us, Christ, who is the one who struck you?
Matt 26:69But Petros sat outside in the courtyard, and one of the servant-girls came to him saying: Weren’t you also with Iēsous of Nazara?
Matt 26:70But he renounced him before all of them saying: I do not know of whom you speak.
Matt 26:71and having gone out into the entrance another saw him and said to those there: This one was with Iēsous of Nazara.
Matt 27:4saying: I sinned delivering up innocent blood. But they said: What is that to us? You see to it.
Matt 27:9Then was fulfilled what was said through Ieremias the prophet when he says: And they took the thirty silver pieces The price of him that was valued Who they of the sons of Israēl valued
Matt 27:11Now Iēsous stood before the governor, and the governor asked him saying: Are you the king of the Jews? And Iēsous said: You said it.
Matt 27:13Then Pilate says to him: Don’t you hear how many things they accuse of you?
Matt 27:16And they were then holding a notorious prisoner being called Barabbas.
Matt 27:17Therefore when they gathered, Pilate said to them: Who do you wish that I release to you, Barabbas or Iēsous the one being called Christ?
Matt 27:19Now while he sat on the judgment seat his wife sent to him saying: Have nothing to do with that just one, for I suffered greatly in a dream because of him.
Matt 27:22Pilate says to them: What therefore should I do with Iēsous the one being called Christ? They all say: Let him be crucified.
Matt 27:23And he said: But what evil did he do? And they screamed all the more: Let him be crucified!
Matt 27:24Now Pilate seeing that he accomplished nothing but that rather a riot comes to pass, taking water he washed his hands before the crowd saying: I am innocent of this blood. You see to it.
Matt 27:29and having woven a crown from thorns they put it upon his head and a reed in his right hand, and having fallen on their knees before him they mocked him saying: Hail, King of the Jews.
Matt 27:33And having come to the place being called Golgotha, that is to say: Place of the Skull,
Matt 27:40and saying: You destroying the temple and in three days building it, save yourself, if you are the son of God, and come down from the cross.
Matt 27:41Likewise the chief priests were mocking him with the scribes and elders saying:
Matt 27:46And around the ninth hour Iēsous cried out with a great voice saying: Eli Eli Lema Sabachthani? which is: My God my God why have you forsaken me?
Matt 27:47And when some of those having stood there heard they were saying that: This one cried out for Ēlias.
Matt 27:49But another having taken a spear pierced his side, and there came out blood and water.]
Matt 27:54But the centurion and those with him watching Iēsous having seen the earthquake and the things coming to pass, they feared greatly, saying: Truly this was the son of God.
Matt 27:63saying: Lord, we remember that this deceiver said while zōē-living: After three days I arise.
Matt 28:9And behold Iēsous met them saying: Greetings. And having come they laid hold of his feet and knelt before him.
Matt 28:10Then Iēsous says to them: Be not fearing. Be going, tell my brothers, in order that they go forth to Galilaia. There will they see me.
Matt 28:13saying: You saw that his disciples having come during the night stole him while we fell asleep.
Matt 28:18And having come Iēsous spoke to them saying: All authority in heaven and on the earth has been given me.
Mark 1:7And he was preaching saying: The one mightier than me comes after me, of whom I am not sufficient having stooped down to loose the thong of his sandals.
Mark 1:15and saying: The time has been completed and the kingdom of God is at hand. Be repenting and be believing in the good news.
Mark 1:24saying: What is in common to us and to you, Iēsous the Nazarene? Have you come to destroy us? I know who you are, the holy one of God!
Mark 1:25And Iēsous admonished him saying: Be silenced and go out of him.
Mark 1:27And all were astonished, so that they were discussing saying: Who is this? Here is new teaching according to authority, and to the unclean spirits he commands, and they obey him.
Mark 1:30But Simōn’s mother-in-law being ill of a fever was lying down, and straightway they speak to him concerning her.
Mark 1:37and found him and say to him that all look for him.
Mark 1:38And he says to them: Let us go elsewhere to the near country towns in order that I also preach there; for I came for this.
Mark 1:40And a leper comes to him calling him and falling down before him saying to him: If you be wishing, you are able to be making me clean.
Mark 1:41And having felt compassion and having stretched out his hand he laid hold of him and says to him: I wish it, be cleansed.
Mark 1:44and says to him: Be seeing that to no one may you say anything, but be departing, show yourself to the priest and offer concerning your cleansing that which Mōsēs prescribed beforehand, for a witness to them.
Mark 2:5And Iēsous having seen their belief he says to the paralytic: Child, your sins are forgiven.
Mark 2:10But in order that you may know that the son of humanity has authority to be forgiving sins upon the earth — he says to the paralytic:
Mark 2:11To you I say, Arise, take up your stretcher and be departing to your house.
Mark 2:12And he was raised and immediately having taken up the stretcher he went out in front of all so that all were amazed and were glorifying God saying that: We never saw anything like this!
Mark 2:14And while passing by he saw Levi the son of Alpheus sitting at the toll-house, and he says to him: Be following me. And after rising he followed him.
Mark 2:16And the scribes from the Pharisees, having seen that he is eating with tax-collectors and sinners, were saying to his disciples, Why is he eating with tax-collectors and sinners?
Mark 2:17And Iēsous having heard it he says to them: The strong have no need of a physician, but rather those having it evil-ly; I did not come to call just ones but sinners.
Mark 2:18And the disciples of Iōannēs and the Pharisees were fasting; and they come and say to him: Because of what do the disciples of Iōannēs and the disciple of the Pharisees fast, but the disciples with you do not fast?
Mark 2:24And the Pharisees were saying to him: See here, why do they do on the Sabbaths what is not permitted?
Mark 2:25And he says to them: Have you not read what Dabid did, when he had need, and he himself was hungry and those with him?
Mark 2:27And he was saying to them: The Sabbath came into being because of humanity, and not humanity because of the Sabbath,
Mark 3:3And he says to the person having the withered hand: Rise to the middle.
Mark 3:4And he says to them: Is it permissible on the Sabbaths to do a good thing or to do evil, to save a psuchē-life or to kill? But they keep silence.
Mark 3:5And having looked around at them with anger, being grieved concerning the hardness of their hearts, he says to the person: Be stretching out the hand. And he stretched it out and his hand was restored.
Mark 3:11And the unclean spirits, whenever they were seeing him, were falling down before him, and were crying out saying: You are the son of God.
Mark 3:21And when those beside him heard they came out to take hold of him, for they were saying that he was crazy.
Mark 3:22And the scribes having come down from Hierosoluma were saying that: Beelzeboul has him, and that: By the ruler of demons he casts out demons.
Mark 3:23And having called them he was saying to them: How is Satan able to be casting out Satan?
Mark 3:28Truly I say to you that all will be forgiven by the son of humanity, sins and slanders, whatsoever they slander.
Mark 3:30For they were saying that he has an unclean spirit.
Mark 3:33And answering them he says: Who is my mother and my brothers?
Mark 3:34And having looked around at those sitting near him round about he says: Behold my mother and my brothers.
Mark 4:2And he was teaching them many things in parables, and he was saying to them in his teaching:
Mark 4:9And he was saying: He who has ears to be hearing, let him be hearing.
Mark 4:11And he was saying to them: To you the mystery of the kingdom of God has been given, to those outside all things come in parables,
Mark 4:13And he says to them: You do not know this parable, how also will you know all the parables?
Mark 4:21And he says to them that: Does a lamp come in order that it be placed under the bushel or under the bed? Is it not in order that it be placed upon the lampstand?
Mark 4:24And he says to them: Be watching what you are hearing. With what measure you measure it shall be measured to you, and shall be put to you.
Mark 4:26And he was saying: The kingdom of God is thus, as a person throws the seed upon the earth
Mark 4:30And he was saying: How shall I liken the kingdom of God? or by means of what shall I set it forth in a parable?
Mark 4:35And he says to them in that day, evening having come: Go through to the other side.
Mark 4:38And he himself was in the stern upon the cushion sleeping. And they rouse him and say to him: Teacher, is it of no concern to you that we are perishing?
Mark 4:41And they were afraid with a great fear, and were saying to one another: What then is this one, that even the wind and the sea obey him?
Mark 5:8For he was saying to him: Throw the unclean spirit out of the person.
Mark 5:9And he asked him, What is your name? And he says: Legion is my name, for we are many.
Mark 5:12And they called upon him saying: Send us into the swine, that we may enter into them. And he sent them.
Mark 5:19But he permitted him not, but says to him: Be going into your city to your own, and report to them all that the Lord has done for you, and had mercy on you.
Mark 5:23And he calls upon him much saying that: My little daughter is near the end, I beseech you in order that having come you lay your hands on her, in order that she be saved and zōē-live.
Mark 5:28For she said that: If I even touch his garments, I will be saved.
Mark 5:30And straightway Iēsous having known in himself that power had gone out of him, having turned around in the crowd he said: Who touched my garment?
Mark 5:31And his disciples were saying to him: You see the crowd pressing upon you, and you say: Who touched me?
Mark 5:35While he was yet speaking, there came from the chiefs of the synagogue those saying that: Your daughter has died; why further trouble the teacher?
Mark 5:36Now when Iēsous heard the word spoken he says to the chief of the synagogue: Be not fearing, only be believing.
Mark 5:39and having entered he says to them: Why are you distressed and weeping? The child has not died but sleeps.
Mark 5:41And having laid hold of the child’s hand he says to her: Talitha koum, which is being translated: Maiden, I say to you, arise.
Mark 6:2And the Sabbath having come to pass he began to be teaching in the synagogue. And many who heard were astounded saying: Whence are these things to this one, and what is this wisdom given to this one that even such powers through his hands come to pass?
Mark 6:4And Iēsous was saying to them that: a prophet is not dishonored except in his own native-land, and among his relatives and in his own house.
Mark 6:10And he was saying to them: Wherever you enter a house, there be remaining until you depart from there,
Mark 6:11and whatever place should not receive you nor hear you, going out from there shake off the dust under you feet as a witness to them.
Mark 6:14And the king Herodēs heard, for his name had become known, and he was saying that Iōannēs the baptizing one is risen from the dead, and because of this the powers are at work in him.
Mark 6:15But others were saying that: He is Ēlias, and others were saying that: He is a prophet like one of the prophets.
Mark 6:18For Iōannēs was saying to Herodēs that: It is not allowed for you to be having the wife of your brother.
Mark 6:25And straightway having gone in with haste to the king she asked saying: I wish that you give to me at once the head of Iōannēs the baptist.
Mark 6:35And many hours already having come to pass his disciples having come to him were saying that: This place is deserted and already the hour is great.
Mark 6:37But answering he said to them: You yourselves give them to eat. And they say to him: Having gone shall we buy with two hundred denari loaves, and give to them to eat?
Mark 6:38But he says to them: How many loaves have you? Go see. And when they knew they say: Five, and two fish.
Mark 6:50for all saw him and were unsettled. So straightway he spoke with them, and says to them: Take courage, It is I, Be not fearing.
Mark 7:9And he says to them: Well do you set aside the commandments of God, that you may keep your traditions.
Mark 7:11But you say: If a person should say to his father or mother: Corban, which is: a gift to God, whatever by me you may have been profited,
Mark 7:14And again having called upon the crowd he says to them: Hear from me, all of you, and understand.
Mark 7:18And he says to them: Are you thus also without understanding? Do you not understand that everything outside entering into the person is not able to defile him?
Mark 7:20But he was saying to them that: What comes out of person, this defiles the man.
Mark 7:28But she answered and says to him: YesLord, and the puppies under the table eat from the children’s crumbs.
Mark 7:34And having looked up into heaven he groaned and says to him: Ephphatha, which is: Be opened up.
Mark 7:37And beyond all measure they were astounded saying: He has done everything well, and the deaf he makes to be hearing and the mute to be speaking.
Mark 8:1In those days again there was a great crowd, and they not having anything to eat, Iēsous having called his disciples says to them:
Mark 8:12And having groaned in his spirit he says: Why does this generation seek a sign? Truly I say to you that no sign will be given to this generation.
Mark 8:15And he was directing them, saying: See, be looking to the leaven of the Pharisees and the leaven of Herodēs.
Mark 8:16And they reasoned with one another that they do not have loaves.
Mark 8:17And having known he says to them: Why do you reason that you don’t have loaves? Do you not yet perceive nor understand? You have hardened your heart.
Mark 8:19when having broken the five loaves to the five thousands how many baskets full of scraps you took up? They say to him: Twelve.
Mark 8:21And he was saying to them: Do you not yet understand?
Mark 8:24And looking up he was saying: I see people, that as trees I see them walking about.
Mark 8:26And he sent him to his house saying: Neither enter into the village nor speak to anyone in the village.
Mark 8:27And Iēsous and his disciples went out to the villages of Kaisareia of Phillipos; and in the road he asked his disciples saying to them: Who do people say I am?
Mark 8:29And he asked him: But who do you say I am? Petros answering says to him: You are the Christ.
Mark 8:30And he rebuked them in order that they speak to no one concerning him.
Mark 8:33And having turned around and having seen his disciples he rebuked Petros and says: Be getting behind me, Satan, because you do not think on the things of God but the things of people.
Mark 9:1And he saying to them: Truly I say to you that there are some of those standing here who will not taste of death until they see the kingdom of God be come in power.
Mark 9:5And answering Petros says to Iēsous: Rabbi, it is good we are here, and let us make three shelters, one for you and one for Mōsēs and one for Ēlias.
Mark 9:7And a cloud came to pass overshadowing them, and a voice came to pass out of the cloud; This is my agapē-beloved son, Be hearing him.
Mark 9:11And they asked him saying: Why do the scribes say the Ēlias must first come?
Mark 9:13But I say to you that Ēlias has come, and they did to him how much they wanted, just as it is written about him.
Mark 9:19But answering he says to them: O unbelieving generation, until when will I be with you? Until when will I endure you? Be bringing him to me.
Mark 9:24Straightway the father of the child having cried out, with tears was saying: I believe, Be helping my unbelief.
Mark 9:25And when Iēsous saw that the crowd came running together, he rebuked the unclean spirit saying: Mute and deaf spirit, I command you, come out of him and no longer may you enter into him.
Mark 9:26And having cried out and greatly convulsed, he went out, and he became as dead, so that many said that he died.
Mark 9:31For he was teaching his disciples, and was saying to them that: The son of humanity will be delivered up into the hands of men, and they will kill him, and having been killed with three days he will arise.
Mark 9:35And having sat he called the twelve and says to them: Whoever would be first, he will be last of all and servant of all.
Mark 9:38Iōannēs said to him: Teacher, we saw someone in your name casting out demons, who follows us not, and we forbid him, for he did not follow us.
Mark 9:41For whoever give you a cup of water in my name, because you are of Christ, truly I say to you that he will not lose his reward.
Mark 10:11And he says to them; Whoever puts away his wife and marry another, commits adultery upon her.
Mark 10:15Truly I say to you: whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as a child, he may not enter into it.
Mark 10:18But Iēsous said to him: Why do you call me good? No one is good except one — God.
Mark 10:23And having looked about, Iēsous says to his disciples: How difficultly will those having possessions enter into the kingdom of God.
Mark 10:24But his disciples were being amazed at his words. But Iēsous again answering says to them: Children, how difficult it is for those trusting upon possessions to enter into the kingdom of God.
Mark 10:26But they were being exceedingly amazed saying among themselves: And who is able to be saved?
Mark 10:27Having fixed his gaze on them Iēsous says: With people it is impossible, but not with God, for everything is possible with God.
Mark 10:28Petros began to be saying to him: Behold we have left everything and have followed you.
Mark 10:29Iēsous said: Truly I say to you, there is no one who has left houses or brothers or sisters or mothers or fathers or wives or children or fields because of me and because of the good-news,
Mark 10:32Now they were in the road going up into Hierosoluma, and Iēsous was going before them, and they were being amazed, and those following were fearing. And having again called upon the twelve he began to be telling them the things about to happen to him,
Mark 10:35And Iakōbos and Iōannēs the sons of Zebedaios came to him saying: Teacher, we would that whatever we ask of you, you do for us.
Mark 10:42And calling upon them Iēsous says to them: You know that the ones accounted to be ruling the nations lord it over them and the great of them tyrannize them.
Mark 10:47And having heard that it is Iēsous the Nazarene he began to be crying out and to be saying: Son of Dabid, Iēsous, have mercy on me.
Mark 10:49And having stood still Iēsous said: Call him. And they call the blind man saying: Be taking courage, be arising, he calls you.
Mark 10:51And answering him Iēsous said: What do you want me to do for you? And the blind man said: Rabbi, that I see.
Mark 11:2and says to them: Be departing to the village opposite you, and straightway proceeding into it you will find a colt bound upon whom no person has yet sat. Loose it and be bringing it.
Mark 11:5And some of those who stood there were saying to them: What are you doing loosing the colt?
Mark 11:9And those preceding and those following were crying out, Hosanna! Blessed is he coming in the name of the Lord!
Mark 11:17and he was teaching and saying to them: Is it not written that My house will be called a house of prayer by all nations? But you have made it a den of robbers.
Mark 11:21And Petros having remembered says to him: Rabbi, Behold the fig tree that you cursed has withered.
Mark 11:22And answering Iēsous says to them: Be having faith in God.
Mark 11:23Truly I say to you that whoever says to this mountain: Be taken and be thrown into the sea, and does not doubt in his heart but believes that what he says will come to pass, it will be to him.
Mark 11:24Because of this I say to you, everything whatever you pray and ask, be believing that you have received, and it will be to you.
Mark 11:28And they were saying to him: In what sort of authority do you do these things? Or who has given you this authority in order that you may do these things?
Mark 11:31And they were reasoning among themselves saying: If we say: From heaven, he will say, Why then did you not believe him?
Mark 11:33And answering Iēsous they say: We do not knowith And Iēsous says to them: Neither do I tell you in what sort of authority I do these things.
Mark 12:1And he began to be speaking to them in parables: A person planted a vineyard, and put a fence around it, and dug a winepress, and built a tower, and leased it to vinedressers, and went away.
Mark 12:6Yet one more was he sending: his agapē-beloved son; he sent him last to them saying that: They will respect my son.
Mark 12:14And having come they to him, Teacher, we know that you are true and it is not a worry for you concerning anyone; for you do not regard the appearance of people, but in truth you teach the way of God; Is it allowed to give the poll-tax to Caesar or not? Should we give or not give it?
Mark 12:16So they brought one. And he says to them: Whose is this image and inscription? So they said to him: Caesar’s.
Mark 12:18And Saducees come to him, who say there is no resurrection, and asked him saying:
Mark 12:26Now concerning the dead that they arise, have you not read in the scroll of Mōsēs at the bush how the Lord spoke to him saying: I am the God of Abraam and God of Isaak and God of Iakōb?
Mark 12:35And answering, Iēsous was saying, teaching in the temple: How do the scribes say that the Christ is Dabid’s son?
Mark 12:37Dabid himself calls him Lord, and whence is his son? And the great crowd heard him gladly.
Mark 12:38And in his teaching he was saying: Be looking to the scribes wanting to be walking about in long robes and wanting greetings in the market-place
Mark 12:43And calling upon his disciples he said to them: Truly I say to you that this poor widow has thrown in more than all those throwing into the treasury.
Mark 13:1And when he went out of the temple one of his disciples says to him: Behold how great are the stones and how great are the buildings.
Mark 13:5So Iēsous began to be saying to them: Be seeing that no one deceive you.
Mark 13:6Many will come on my name saying that: It is I, and will deceive many.
Mark 13:30Truly I say to you that this generation does not pass away until all these things come to pass.
Mark 13:37But what I say to you, I say to all: Be being watchful.
Mark 14:2For they were saying: Not during the festival, lest there be a riot among the people.
Mark 14:4Now some were indignant to themselves: For what is this waste of ointment come to pass?
Mark 14:9And truly I say to you, wherever the good-news be preached in the whole world, even what this one did will be told in remembrance of her.
Mark 14:12And on the first day of the feast of unleavened bread, when they were sacrificing the Passover, his disciples say to him: Where do you want that we having departed should prepare in order that you eat the Passover?
Mark 14:13And he sends two of his disciples and saying to them: Be going into the city, and a person will meet you carrying a vessel of water; follow him.
Mark 14:14And where he goes in, say to the house-master that: The teacher says: Where is my guest room, where I may eat the Passover with my disciples?
Mark 14:18And while they were reclining and eating Iēsous said: Truly I say to you that one of you will betray me, one eating with me.
Mark 14:19They began to be grieved and to be saying to him one by one: Is it I?
Mark 14:25Truly I say to you that I will NO LONGER drink of the produce of the vine until that day when I drink it new in the kingdom of God.
Mark 14:27And Iēsous says to them that: You will all be stumbled, because it is written, I will smite the shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered.
Mark 14:30And Iēsous says to him: Truly I say to you that you today — in this night before the cock crows — twice will thrice deny me.
Mark 14:31But he said emphatically: If it be necessary that I die with you, I will not deny you. And all were saying likewise.
Mark 14:32And they come to the region of which the name is Gethsemane, and he says to his disciples, Sit here while I pray.
Mark 14:34and he says to them: My psuchē-life is grieved until death; Remain here and be watching.
Mark 14:36and he was saying: Abba, father, all is possible to you, Take this cup from me; But not what I want, but what you want.
Mark 14:37And he comes and finds them sleeping, and he says to Petros: Simōn, do you sleep? Are you not strong enough to watch one hour?
Mark 14:41And he comes the third time and says to them: Be then sleeping now and be resting, it is enough, the hour has come, behold the son of humanity is delivered up into the hands of sinners.
Mark 14:44Now the one delivering him up had given them a sign: Whom I kiss is he; Lay hold of him and lead him away securely.
Mark 14:45and having come straightway having gone to him he says: Rabbi, and kissed him;
Mark 14:57And some having stood up were falsely witnessing against him saying
Mark 14:58that: We heard him saying that: I will destroy this temple made with hands and in three days I will build another not made with hands.
Mark 14:60And having stood up in the midst, the chief priest asked Iēsous saying: Why do you answer these your accusers nothing?
Mark 14:61But he was silent and answered nothing. Again the chief priest asked him and says to him: Are you the Christ the son of the blessed one?
Mark 14:63So the chief priest having rent his tunic says: What further need do we have of witnesses?
Mark 14:65And some began to be spitting on him and to be covering his face and to be beating him and to be saying to him: Prophesy, and the officers were delivering him blows.
Mark 14:67and having seen Petros warming himself, having fixed her gaze on him she says: You also were with the Nazarene Iēsous.
Mark 14:68But he denied it saying: Neither do I know nor understand what you are saying. And he went out into the outer court. And the cock crowed.
Mark 14:69And the servant girl having seen him again began to be saying to those standing by that: This one is among them.
Mark 14:70But he again denied it. And after a little those standing by again were saying to him: Truly you are among them, for you are also a Galilean.
Mark 14:71But he began to cursing and swearing that: I do not know this person of whom you speak.
Mark 15:2And Pilate questioned him, Are you the king of the Jews? He answers him saying: You say it.
Mark 15:4And Pilate again asked him saying: Don’t you answer anything? Behold they accuse much of you.
Mark 15:7And there was one being called Barabbas having been bound with rebels, which in the revolt had committed murder.
Mark 15:9Then Pilate answered them saying: Do you wish I release to you the king of the Jews?
Mark 15:12And again Pilate answering was saying to them: What therefore should I do with respect to whom you call the King of Jews?
Mark 15:14Then Pilate was saying to them, Why? What evil did he do? But they screamed even more: Crucify him!
Mark 15:28And the scripture was fulfilled, the one saying: And with the lawless is he reckoned.
Mark 15:29And those passing by were slandering him shaking their heads and saying: Aha! The one destroying the temple and building it in three days,
Mark 15:31Likewise also the chief priests ridiculing among one another with the scribes were saying: He saved others, himself he is not able to save!
Mark 15:34And in the ninth hour Iēsous cried out with a loud voice: Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachtani, which is being translated: My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?
Mark 15:35And certain ones standing by who heard were saying: Behold he calls Ēlias.
Mark 15:36And someone having run, having filled a sponge with sour wine, having put it on a staff, was giving it to drink, saying: Wait, let us see if Ēlias comes to take him down.
Mark 16:3And they were saying to each other: Who will roll the stone out of the door for us?
Mark 16:6And he says to them: Do not be being alarmed, you seek Iēsous the Nazarene the one having been crucified. He is risen, he is not here; behold the place where they laid him.
Luke 1:24So after those days Elizabeth conceived, and concealed herself five months, saying
Luke 1:63And having asked for a little tablet he wrote, saying: Iōannēs is his name. And all marveled.
Luke 1:66And all who heard decided in their hearts, saying: What therefore will this child be? And, For the hand of the Lord was with him.
Luke 1:67And Zacharias his father was filled of the Holy Spirit and prophesied saying:
Luke 2:13And suddenly there came to pass with the angel a large host of heaven praising God and saying:
Luke 3:4As it is written in the scroll of the words of Ēsaias the prophet: A voice crying in the wilderness Prepare the way of the Lord Be making straight his paths;
Luke 3:7He was saying therefore to those coming out to be baptized by him: Generation of vipers, who showed you to be fleeing from the impending wrath?
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 3:10And the crowds were asking him saying: What therefore should we do?
Luke 3:11And answering he said to them: Let the one having two tunics share with the one not having any, and the one having bread, let him do likewise.
Luke 3:14And also those serving as soldiers were asking him saying: And what shall we do? And he said to them: Exort no one nor blackmail anyone, and be satisfied with your wages.
Luke 3:16Iōannēs was answering saying to them: I on the one hand baptize you in water, but one stronger than me comes, of whom I am not worthy to loose the thong of his sandals. He will baptize you in the Holy Spirit and fire,
Luke 3:22and the Holy Spirit came down in visible-form as a dove upon him, and a voice came to pass out of heaven: You are my agapē-beloved son, in you I have been well pleased.
Luke 4:4And Iēsous answered him: It is written that: Not upon bread alone will humanity zōē-live But upon every word of God.
Luke 4:21So he began to be speaking to them that: Today this scripture has been fulfilled in your ears.
Luke 4:22And all were testifying to him and were marveling upon the words of grace proceeding out of his mouth, and were saying: Is this not Iōsēph’s son?
Luke 4:24But he said: Truly I say to you that no prophet is welcome in his native-land.
Luke 4:25But in truth I say to you, there were many widows in Israēl in the days of Ēlias, when the heavens were shut three years and six months, that there came to pass a great famine upon all the land,
Luke 4:34Yikes! What is to you and to us, Iēsous Nazarene? Have you come to destroy us? I know who you are: the holy one of God.
Luke 4:35And Iēsous rebuked him saying: Be silenced and come out from him. And having thrown him down in their midst the demon came out from him, not having hurt him.
Luke 4:36And wonder came to pass upon all, and they spoke to one another saying: What is this word, that in authority and power he commands the unclean spirits and they come out?
Luke 4:41And demons also were come out of many, crying out and saying that: You are the son of God. And rebuking them he did not permit them to speak this, because they made him known to be the Christ.
Luke 5:8But when Simōn Petros saw this he fell before Iēsous on his knees saying: Depart from me, for I am a sinful man, Lord.
Luke 5:12And it came to pass he was in one of the cities and behold there was a man full of leprosy. But seeing Iēsous, having fallen on his face he begged him saying: Lord, if you wish, you are able to cleanse me.
Luke 5:21And the scribes and the Pharisees began to be reasoning saying: Who is this who speaks God-slander? Who is able to forgive sins except God only?
Luke 5:24But in order that you may know that the son of humanity has authority upon the earth to forgive sins — he said to the paralytic: I say to you: Be rising and having taken your bed be going to your house.
Luke 5:26And astonishment seized all, and they were glorifying God, and were filled with fear saying that: We have seen wonderful things today.
Luke 5:30And the Pharisees and scribes were murmuring of them to his disciples saying: Why do you eat and drink with tax gatherers and sinners?
Luke 5:36But he was also saying to them a parable that: No one places a patch from a new garment having been torn upon an old garment, otherwise also the new will tear and the patch from the new will not agree with the old.
Luke 5:39And no one drinking old wine wishes new, for he says: The old is adequate.
Luke 6:5And he was saying to them: The son of humanity is lord of the Sabbath.
Luke 6:20And having lifted up his eyes to his disciples he was saying: Blessed are the poor, for theirs is the kingdom of God.
Luke 6:27But I say to those who hear: Be agapē-loving your enemies, be doing good to those hating you.
Luke 6:42How are you able to be saying to your brother: Brother, allow me, I will cast out the speck in your eye, not seeing the plank in your own eye? Hypocrite! Throw out first the plank in your eye, and then you will see clearly to throw out the speck in your brother’s eye.
Luke 6:46Why do you call me ’lord lord’, and not do what I say?
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 7:6So Iēsous went with them. Now when he was already not far from the house, the centurion sent friends saying: Lord, be not troubling, for I am not befitting that you should come under my roof,
Luke 7:8For I also am a person designated by authority, having under myself soldiers, and I say to this one, Go, and he goes, and to another, Be coming, and he comes, and to my slave, Do this, and he does it.
Luke 7:9But when Iēsous heard these things he marveled at him, and having turned to the crowd following him he said: Truly I say to you, not even in Israēl have I found such faith.
Luke 7:14And having come he grasped the coffin, so those bearing it stood, and he said: Young man, to you I say: be raised.
Luke 7:16And fear took them all, and they were glorifying God saying that: a great prophet has arisen among us, and that God had looked to his people.
Luke 7:19sent them to the Lord saying: Are you the coming one, or do we expect another?
Luke 7:20Now having arrived to him the men said: Iōannēs the baptist sent us to you saying: Are you the coming one, or do we expect another?
Luke 7:24Now when the messengers of Iōannēs had returned he began to be saying to the crowd concerning Iōannēs: What did you come out to the wilderness to behold? a reed being shaken by the wind?
Luke 7:26But what did you come out to see? a prophet? Yes, I say to you, and more than a prophet.
Luke 7:28I say to you, none born of women is greater than Iōannēs, but the least in the kingdom of God is greater than he.
Luke 7:32They are like children sitting in the market and they call to each other saying: We piped for you and you did not dance, We mourned and you did not weep.
Luke 7:33For Iōannēs the baptist is come not eating loaves nor drinking wine, and you say: He has a demon.
Luke 7:34The son of humanity is come eating and drinking, and you say: Behold this man is a glutton and a wino, friend of tax gatherers and sinners.
Luke 7:39Now when the Pharisee who invited him saw he said in himself saying: If this one was a prophet, he would have known who and what sort of woman who handles him, that she is a sinner.
Luke 7:47for the sake of which, I say to you, her many sins are forgiven, because she agapē-loved much. For to whom is forgiven little, agapē-loves little.
Luke 7:49And those dining with him began to be saying among themselves: Who is this, who also forgives sins?
Luke 8:8And other fell on the good soil, and grew produced fruit hundredfold. Saying these things he said: The one having ears to be hearing let him be hearing.
Luke 8:9Now his disciples were asking him what this parable might be.
Luke 8:20So it was reported to him, Your mother and your brothers stand outside wishing to see you.
Luke 8:24So coming to him they aroused him saying: Master, master, we are perishing. But having arisen he rebuked the wind and the rough water, and they ceased, and it became calm.
Luke 8:25But he said to them: Where is your faith? But having been made afraid, they were astonished, saying to one another: Who therefore is this, that he rebukes the winds and the water, and they obey him?
Luke 8:30So Iēsous asked him, What is your name? So he said: Legion, for many demons entered into him.
Luke 8:38But the man from whom the demons were come out was begging of him to be with him, but he sent him away saying:
Luke 8:45And Iēsous said: Who is the one having grasped me? But all denying it, Petros said: Master, the crowds come together and press upon us.
Luke 8:49While he was yet speaking someone came by the chief of the synagogue saying that: Your daughter has died. Be no longer troubling the teacher.
Luke 8:50But when Iēsous heard he answered to him: Be not fearing, only believe, and she will be saved.
Luke 8:54But having laid hold of her hand he spoke to her saying: Child, be arising.
Luke 9:7But Herodēs the tetrarch heard all that came to pass, and he was perplexed, because of what was said by some that Iōannēs was risen from the dead,
Luke 9:18And it came to pass while he was praying alone the disciples were with him, and he asked them saying: Who do the crowds say I am?
Luke 9:20So he says to them: But who do you say I am? But Petros answering said: The Christ of God.
Luke 9:23And he was saying to them: If anyone wish to be coming after me, let him renounce himself and take his cross and be following me.
Luke 9:27But truly I say to you, There are some having stood here who will not taste of death until they see the kingdom of God.
Luke 9:31who having been seen in glory they were discussing his exit, which he was about to be fulfilling in Hierosoluma.
Luke 9:33And it came to pass while they were going away from him, Petros said to Iēsous: Master, it is good we are here, and let us make three shelters, one for you and one for Mōsēs and one for Elia, not knowing what he says.
Luke 9:34But while he says these things a cloud came to pass and over-shadowed them, and they were made afraid when they entered the cloud.
Luke 9:35And a voice came to pass out of the cloud saying: This is my chosen son, Be hearing him.
Luke 9:38and behold a man from the crowd cried out saying: Teacher, I ask of you to look upon my son, for he is my only-begotten,
Luke 10:2But he was saying to them: On the one hand the harvest is great, but on the other the workers are fewith Ask therefore of the Lord of the harvest that he throw workers to his harvest.
Luke 10:5But into whatever house you enter, first be saying: Peace to this house.
Luke 10:9and be healing those in weakness, and be saying to them: The kingdom of God is at hand upon you.
Luke 10:12I say to you that it will be more tolerable in that day for Sodoma than that city.
Luke 10:17Now the seventy returned with joy saying: Lord, even the demons were subject to us in your name.
Luke 10:24For I say to you that many prophets and kings desired to see what you see, and they did not see, and to hear what you hear, and they did not hear.
Luke 10:25And behold a certain lawyer stood up testing him saying: Having done what will I inherit eternal zōē-life?
Luke 11:2So he said to them: When you pray, be saying: Father, let your name be holy Your kingdom come
Luke 11:8I say to you, if he will not give to him the loaves having arisen because he is his friend, because of his insistence will he having arisen give whatever he needs.
Luke 11:9And I say to you, Be asking, and it will be given you; be seeking, and you will find; be knocking, and it will be opened to you.
Luke 11:18Now if Satan be divided against himself, how does his kingdom stand? For you say I cast out demons in Beezeboul.
Luke 11:24Whenever the unclean spirit goes out from the person, he goes through dry places seeking rest, and not finding any he says: I will return to the house from whence I departed.
Luke 11:27Now it came to pass when he was saying these things a certain woman having lifted up her voice said: Blessed is the belly that bore you and the breasts which gave you suck.
Luke 11:29Now when the crowds were gathered even more he began to be saying: This generation is a wicked generation, it seeks a sign, and a sign will not be given it except the sign of Iōnas.
Luke 11:45But answering one of the lawyers says to him: Teacher, saying these things you treat us insolently.
Luke 11:51from the blood of Habel until the blood of Zacharius, the one destroyed between the altar and the house. Yes, I say to you, it will be required from this generation.
Luke 11:53And then when he departed the scribes and the Pharisees began to have grudge terribly, and to be closely interrogating him,
Luke 12:1When the myriads of the crowd were gathered, so as to be trampling each other, he began to be saying to his disciples first: Be guarding yourselves from the leaven, which is hypocrisy, of the Pharisees.
Luke 12:4But I say to you my friends, do not fear those who kill the body and after this are having nothing more to do.
Luke 12:5But I will show you whom you should fear; fear the one having authority after killing to throw you into Gehenna. Yes, I say to you, fear this one.
Luke 12:8But I say to you, everyone who professes me before people, the son of humanity will also profess him before the angels of God.
Luke 12:16So he spoke to them a parable saying: A certain rich person’s land yielded plentifully.
Luke 12:17And he was reasoning in himself saying: What will I do, for I do not have anywhere I may gather my fruit?
Luke 12:22But he said to his disciples: Because of this I say to you: Be not being anxious for your psuchē-life, what you shall eat, nor for your body what you shall wear.
Luke 12:27Consider the lily, which neither spins nor weaves, yet I say to you even Solomōn in all his glory was not clothed as one of these.
Luke 12:37Blessed are those slaves whom when he comes the lord finds alert. Truly I say to you that he will gird them and make them recline and coming by he will serve them.
Luke 12:41But Petros said to him: Lord, do you say to us this parable or to all?
Luke 12:44Truly I say to you that he will appoint him over all his possessions.
Luke 12:51You suppose that I came to give peace to the earth? No, I say to you, but rather division.
Luke 12:54But he was saying also to the crowds: Whenever you see the clouds rise from the west, straightway you say that a thunderstorm comes, and thus it comes to pass.
Luke 12:55And when you see a cloud rising in the west, immediately you say: A shower is coming, and so it turns out.
Luke 12:59I say to you, you will not come out from there until you return even the last penny.
Luke 13:3No, I say to you, but if you do not repent, you will all likewise perish.
Luke 13:5No, I say to you, but if you do not repent, you will all likewise perish.
Luke 13:6But he was saying this parable: A certain man has a fig tree planted in his vineyard, and he came seeking fruit on it and found none.
Luke 13:8But answering he said to him: Lord, leave it even this year, until I dig around it and throw dung,
Luke 13:14But the chief of the synagogue answering, being indignant that Iēsous healed on the Sabbath, was saying to the crowd that: There are six days in which one must work. In those coming therefore be healing and not on the day of the Sabbath.
Luke 13:17And when he said these things all his opponents were disgraced, and all the crowd rejoiced upon all the splendid things that came to pass by him.
Luke 13:18He was saying therefore: To what is the kingdom of God like, and to what will I liken it?
Luke 13:24Be striving to enter through the narrow door, for many, I say to you, will seek to enter and will not be strong enough.
Luke 13:25When the master of the house arises and closes the door, and you begin to stand outside and to be knocking on the door saying: Lord, open to us, and answering he will say to you: I do not know whence you are.
Luke 13:26Then you will begin to be saying: We ate before you and drank, and in our streets you taught.
Luke 13:27And he will say to them: I do not know whence you are. Depart from me all who do injustice.
Luke 13:31In that hour certain Pharisees came and said to him: Get away from here, for Herodēs wants to kill you.
Luke 13:35Behold, your house is forsaken. And I tell you, you will not see me until you say: Blessed is the one coming in the name of the Lord!
Luke 14:3And answering Iēsous spoke to the lawyers and Pharisees saying: Is it allowed on the Sabbath to heal or not?
Luke 14:7But he was saying to those invited a parable, noticing how they were choosing the first seats, saying to them:
Luke 14:12But he was also saying to the one having invited him: Whenever you do a lunch or a dinner, be not calling your friends or your brothers or your relatives or your rich friends or your brothers or your relatives or your rich neighbors, lest they also invite you in return and it become recompense to you.
Luke 14:24For I say to you that none of those men invited will taste my dinner.
Luke 14:30saying that: This person began to be building and was not able to complete it.
Luke 15:2And the Pharisees and the scribes were complaining saying that: This one welcomes sinners and eats with them.
Luke 15:3But he said to them this parable saying:
Luke 15:6and having come to his house he calls together his friends and his neighbors, saying to them: Rejoice with me, for I found my sheep that was lost.
Luke 15:7I say to you that there will be likewise joy in heaven over one sinner repenting than over the ninety nine just ones who have no need of repentance.
Luke 15:9And having found it she calls together her friends and neighbors saying: Rejoice with me, for I found the drachma that was lost.
Luke 15:10Likewise, I say to you, Joy comes to pass before the angels of God over one sinner repenting.
Luke 16:1So he said to his disciples: A certain person was rich who was having a steward, and this one was slandered to him as squandering his possessions.
Luke 16:5And when he called each one of his own lord’s debtors he was saying to the first: How much do you owe my lord?
Luke 16:7Then he said to the other: So how much do you owe? And he said: One hundred cors of wheat. He says to him: Take your promissory note and write eighty.
Luke 16:9And I say to you, With their own make friends from the mammon of injustice, in order that, when you are omitted, they receive you into eternal shelter.
Luke 16:29But Abraam says: They have Mōsēs and the prophets, let him hear from them.
Luke 17:4And if seven times during the day he sin against you and seven times he return to you saying: I repent, forgive him.
Luke 17:6But the Lord said: If you have faith as a mustard seed, you would say to this mulberry tree: Be uprooted and be planted in the sea; and it would obey you.
Luke 17:10Thus you also, when you do everything commanded to you, be saying that: We are worthless slaves, what we owe to do we have done.
Luke 17:13And they lifted their voice saying: Iēsous master, have mercy upon us.
Luke 17:34I say to you, in this night two will be in one bed — the one will be received, the other will be left.
Luke 17:37And answering they say to him: Where Lord? But he said to them: Where the body is, there also will the vultures be gathered.
Luke 18:1Now he was saying to them a parable to it being necessary they always be praying and not be giving up,
Luke 18:2saying: A certain judge not fearing God and not respecting people was in a certain city.
Luke 18:3Now a widow was in that city, and she was coming to him saying: Vindicate me from my opponents.
Luke 18:6So the Lord said: Hear what the judge of injustice says.
Luke 18:8I say to you that he will do their vindication quickly. However, will the coming son of humanity find faith upon the earth?
Luke 18:13But the tax gatherer having stood afar off did not want to raise his eyes to heaven, but he was beating his chest saying: O Lord, be merciful to me the sinner.
Luke 18:14I say to you this one went down to his house justified rather than the other; for everyone exalting himself will be humbled, but the one humbling himself will be exalted.
Luke 18:17Truly I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as a child does not enter it.
Luke 18:18And one of the rulers asked him saying: Good teacher, what having done will I inherit eternal zōē-life?
Luke 18:19But Iēsous said to him: Why do you call me good? No one is good except one — God.
Luke 18:29So he said to them: Truly I say to you that there is no one who left houses or wives or brothers or parents or children because of the kingdom of God
Luke 18:34And they understood nothing of this, and this word was hidden from them, and they did not know what was said.
Luke 18:38And he cried out saying: Iēsous son of Dabid, have mercy on me.
Luke 18:41What do you want I do for you? So he said: O Lord, that I gain sight.
Luke 19:7And when they saw, all grumbled saying that: With a sinful man did he enter to lodge.
Luke 19:14Now his citizens were hating him, and sent ambassadors after him saying: We do not wish this one to be king over us.
Luke 19:16So the first came by saying: Lord, your mina has made you ten minas more.
Luke 19:18And the second came saying: Your mina, O lord, made five minas.
Luke 19:20And the other came saying: Lord, behold your mina, which I have, put away, in a handkerchief.
Luke 19:22He says to him: Out of your mouth will I judge you, O wicked slave. Had you not known that I am a severe person, taking what I did not put, and reaping what I did not sow?
Luke 19:26I say to you that to everyone having it will be given, but from the one not having, even what he has will be taken.
Luke 19:38saying: Blessed is the coming one The king in the name of the Lord In heaven is peace And glory in the highest.
Luke 19:40And answering he said: I say to you, if these be silent, the stones will cry out.
Luke 19:42saying: If you only knew in this day the things towards peace — but now they are hidden from your eyes.
Luke 19:46saying to them: It is written: And my house will be a house of prayer but you have made it a den of robbers.
Luke 20:2and spoke saying to him: Tell us in what sort of authority you do these things, or who is the one having given to you this authority?
Luke 20:5But they reasoned among themselves saying that: If we say: From heaven, he will say: Why did you not believe him?
Luke 20:8And Iēsous said to them: Neither do I tell you in what sort of authority I do these things.
Luke 20:9So he began to be saying to the people this parable: A person planted a vineyard, and leased it to farmers, and was absent for an appropriate time.
Luke 20:14But seeing him the farmers were reasoning to each other saying: This is the heir. let us be killing him, in order that the inheritance become ours.
Luke 20:21And they asked him saying: Teacher, we know that you rightly speak and teach and do not accept appearances, but upon truth you teach the way of God:
Luke 20:28saying: Teacher, Mōsēs wrote to us, If any brother die having a wife, and this man be childless, that his brother take the woman and raise up seed to his brother.
Luke 20:37because the dead are raised, and Mōsēs revealed it at the bush, as he says: The Lord, the God of Abraam and God of Isaak and God of Iakōb;
Luke 20:41But he said to them: How do they say the Christ to be Dabid’s son?
Luke 20:42For Dabid himself says in the scroll of psalms: The Lord said to my Lord: Sit at my right
Luke 21:3and he said: Truly do I say to you that this poor widow has thrown in more than all.
Luke 21:5And when some were saying concerning the temple, that it was adorned with ornaments and beautiful stones, he said:
Luke 21:7But they asked him saying: Teacher, when therefore will these things be? And what will be the sign when these things are about to come to pass?
Luke 21:8And he said: Be seeing that you be not deceived, for many will come upon my name saying: I am he, and, The opportune-time has drawn nigh Do not go after them.
Luke 21:10Then he was saying to them: Nation will rise against nation and kingdom against kingdom,
Luke 21:32Truly I say to you that this generation shall not pass away until all come to pass.
Luke 22:1Now the festival of unleavened breads, the one called passover, was at hand.
Luke 22:11and say to the master of the house: The teacher says to you: Where is the guest room where I may eat the passover with my disciples?
Luke 22:16For I say to you that I will not eat it until it be fulfilled in the kingdom of God.
Luke 22:18for I say to you, I will not drink of the product of the vine from now until the kingdom of God come.
Luke 22:19And having taken bread, having given thanks he broke and gave it to them saying: This is my body given in your behalf; this be doing in my remembrance.
Luke 22:20And the cup likewise after dining, saying: This cup is the new contract in my blood, being poured out in your behalf.
Luke 22:34But he said: I say to you, Petros, The cock will not cry today until thrice you will deny knowing me.
Luke 22:37For I say to you that this thing having been written must be completed in me: And with the lawless he was reckoned. For it has completion by me.
Luke 22:42saying: Father, if you intend it, take this cup from me, nevertheless let not my will but yours come to pass.
Luke 22:47While he was yet speaking behold a crowd, and the one being called Ioudas one of the twelve, came before them, and he drew near to Iēsous to kiss him.
Luke 22:57But he denied it saying: I do not know him, woman.
Luke 22:59And having gone away about an hour a certain other man was insisting saying: In truth this one also was with him, for he is also a Galilean.
Luke 22:60But Petros said: Person, I do not know what you say. And immediately while he was speaking the cock cried out.
Luke 22:64and having covered him were asking him saying: Prophesy, who is the one having struck you?
Luke 22:65And many other things they were saying to him slandering him.
Luke 22:66And as it became day, the elders of the people were gathered, both chief priests and scribes, and they led him into their council,
Luke 22:70So they all said: Are you therefore the son of God? But he said to them: You say that I am.
Luke 23:2So they began to accusing him saying: We have found this man to be perverting our nation and forbidding tribute be given to Caesar, and saying himself to be Christ the king.
Luke 23:3But Pilate asked him saying: Are you the king of the Jews? So answering him he said: You say it.
Luke 23:5But they were growing insistent saying that: He incites the people, teaching all of Ioudaia and beginning from Galilaia to here.
Luke 23:18And they cried out altogether saying: Be removing this one, and release to us Barabbas;
Luke 23:21But they were crying out saying: Crucify crucify him.
Luke 23:30Then will they begin to be saying to the mountains: Fall upon us, and to the hills: Cover us.
Luke 23:34So distributing his garments they threw lots.
Luke 23:35And the people had stood observing. But the rulers were ridiculing him saying: He saved others, let him save himself, if this one is the Christ of God, the chosen.
Luke 23:37and saying: If you are the king of the Jews, save yourself.
Luke 23:39And one of the hanging evil-doers was slandering him: Aren’t you the Christ? Save yourself and us.
Luke 23:40But answering, the other rebuking him said: Do you not fear God, because you are in this judgment?
Luke 23:42And he was saying: Iēsous, remember me when you come in your kingdom.
Luke 23:43And he said to him: Truly I say to you, Today will you be with me in paradise.
Luke 23:47But the centurion seeing what came to pass was glorifying God saying: Certainly this person was just.
Luke 24:7saying concerning the son of humanity that he must be delivered up into the hands of sinful people and be crucified and on the third day arise.
Luke 24:10Now they were Maria Magdalēnē and Joanna and Maria the mother of Iakōbos, and the rest with them were telling these things to the apostles.
Luke 24:23and not finding his body they came to tell also to have seen a vision of angels, who say he zōē-lives.
Luke 24:29And they prevailed upon him saying: Remain with us, for it is towards evening and the day is already spent. And he entered to remain with them.
Luke 24:34saying that certainly the Lord was arisen and was seen by Simōn.
Luke 24:36And while they were speaking these things he stood in their midst.
John 1:15Iōannēs witnesses concerning him and has cried out saying: This one was about whom I said: The one coming after me is become in front of me because he was before.
John 1:21And they asked him, What then? Are you Ēlias? And he says: I am not. Are you the prophet? And he answered: No.
John 1:22Then they said to him: Who are you, so that we may give answer to those having sent us. What do you say about yourself?
John 1:26Iōannēs answered them saying: I baptize in water. In your midst has stood what you do not know,
John 1:29On the next day he sees Iēsous coming toward him, and says: Behold the lamb of God, the one taking away the sin of the world.
John 1:32And Iōannēs witnessed, saying: I have seen the spirit coming down as a dove from heaven, and he remained upon him.
John 1:36And when he looked upon Iēsous walking he says: Behold the lamb of God.
John 1:38Now when Iēsous turned and saw them following he says to them: What are you seeking? And they said to him: Rabbi, which means being translated: Teacher, where are you staying?
John 1:39He says to them: Be coming and you will see. So they came and saw where he stays, and they stayed with him that day, as it was the tenth hour.
John 1:41This one finds first his own brother Simōn and says to him: We have found Messiah, which is being translated: Christ.
John 1:43On the next day he wanted to go forth into Galilaia, and he finds Phillipos. And Iēsous says to him: Be following me.
John 1:45Phillipos finds Nathanaēl, and says to him: What is written in the law of Mōsēs and the prophets we have found, Iēsous, son of Iōsēph, the one from Nazara.
John 1:46And Nathanaēl said to him: What good is able to be out of Nazara? Phillipos says to him: Be coming and see.
John 1:47Iēsous saw Nathanaēl coming toward him and says concerning him: Behold a true Israēlite in whom there is not deceit.
John 1:48Nathanaēl says to him: Whence do you know me? Iēsous answered and said to him: Before Phillipos called you, being under the fig tree I saw you.
John 1:49Nathanaēl answered him: Rabbi, you are the son of God, you are king of Israēl.
John 1:51Truly truly I say to you, You will [all] see heaven having opened and the angels of God ascending and descending. upon the son of humanity
John 2:3And having run out of wine, Iēsous’ mother says to him: They do not have wine.
John 2:4And Iēsous says to her: What concern is that to me and to you, Ma’am? My hour has not yet come.
John 2:5His mother says to the servants: Whatever he says to you, do.
John 2:7Iēsous says to them: Fill the water jars with water. And they filled them until full.
John 2:8And he says to them: Now draw some and be bringing it to the head waiter. So they brought it.
John 2:10and says to him: Every person first puts out the good wine, and when they are drunk puts out the inferior. You have kept the good wine until now
John 2:21But he said this concerning the temple of his body.
John 2:22So when he was raised out of the dead, his disciples remembered that he was saying this, and they believed the Scriptures and the word that Iēsous said.
John 3:3Iēsous answered and said to him: Truly truly I say to you, if someone not be begotten from above, he is not able to see the kingdom of God.
John 3:4Nicodemus says to him: How is a person able to be begotten being old? Is he able to enter into his mother’s belly a second time and be begotten?
John 3:5Iēsous answered: Truly truly I say to you, if someone not be begotten of water and spirit, he is not able to enter into the kingdom of God.
John 3:11Truly truly I say to you that what we have known we speak and what we have seen we testify, and our testimony you do not receive.
John 4:5So he comes into a city of Samaria, that is being called Suchar, near the piece of land that Iakōb gave to Iōsēph his son.
John 4:7A woman from Samaria comes to draw water. Iēsous says to her: Give me some to drink.
John 4:9So the Samaritēs woman says to him: How do you being a Jew ask to drink from me who is a Samaritēs woman? (For the Jews do not have dealings with the Samaritēs.)
John 4:10Iēsous answered and said to her: If you had known the gift of God and who is the one saying to you: Give me some to drink, you would have asked him and he would have given to you zōē-living water.
John 4:11She says to him: Lord, you have no bucket and the well is deep; whence then do you get the zōē-living water?
John 4:15The woman says to him: Lord, give me this water, that I not be thirsting nor be coming here to be drawing water.
John 4:16He says to her: Be going, call your husband and come here.
John 4:17The woman answered and said: I do not have a husband. Iēsous says to her: You said well: I do not have a husband.
John 4:19The woman says to him: Lord, I perceive that you are a prophet.
John 4:20Our fathers worshipped in these mountains, and you [all] say that Hierosoluma is the place where one must be worshipping.
John 4:21Iēsous says to her: Be believing me, , that an hour comes when neither in these mountains nor in Hierosoluma will you [all] worship the father.
John 4:25The woman says to him: We know that Messiah is coming, the one being called Christ. When he comes, he will declare everything to us.
John 4:26Iēsous says to her: I am he, the one speaking to you.
John 4:28So the woman left her water jar and departed into the city, and says to the people:
John 4:31In the meanwhile the disciples were asking him saying: Rabbi, eat.
John 4:33So the disciples were saying to one another: Did someone bring to him something to eat?
John 4:34Iēsous says to them: My food is that I do the will of the one having sent me and accomplish his work.
John 4:35Are you not saying that there is yet four months and then the harvest comes? Behold, I say to you, lift up your eyes and behold the fields that they are white already for the harvest.
John 4:42And to the woman they were saying, We no longer believe because of your speaking, for we ourselves have heard and know that this is truly the savior of the world.
John 4:49The king’s officer says to him: Lord, come down before my son dies.
John 4:50Iēsous says to him: Be going, your son zōē-lives. This person believed the word that Iēsous said to him, and he was going.
John 4:51Now already when he was going, his slaves met him saying that his child zōē-lives.
John 5:6When Iēsous saw this one lying, and having known that he has already much time there he says to him: Do you want to became healthy?
John 5:8Iēsous says to him: Be arising, pick up your bed and be walking.
John 5:10So the Jews were saying to the one having been healed: It is the Sabbath, and it is not allowed for you to pick up your bed.
John 5:18So because of this the Jews were seeking even more to kill him, for he not only loosened the Sabbath, but he also was saying God is his own father, making himself equal to God.
John 5:19So Iēsous was answering and was saying to them: Truly truly I say to you, the son is not able to be doing anything from himself, except what he may see the father doing. For what that one may do, these things the son also likewise does.
John 5:24Truly truly I say to you that the one hearing my word and believing the one having sent me has eternal zōē-life, and does not come into judgment, but is moved out of death into zōē-life.
John 5:25Truly truly I say to you that the hour comes and now is when the dead will hear the cry of the son of God and those having heard will zōē-live.
John 5:34but I do not receive witness by people, but I say these things that you be saved.
John 6:5So Iēsous having lifted up his eyes and having observed that a great crowd comes to him, he says to Phillipos: Where may we buy bread in order that they eat?
John 6:6But he was saying this testing him. For he knew what he was about to be doing.
John 6:8One of his disciples, Andreas the brother of Simōn Petros, says to him:
John 6:12Now when they were filled, he says to his disciples: Gather the excess fragments, in order that none be lost.
John 6:14So the people having seen what sign he did were saying that: This is truly the prophet coming into the world.
John 6:20But he says to them: It is I. Be not fearing.
John 6:26Iēsous answered them and said: Truly truly I say to you, you seek me not because you see signs, but because you ate of the bread and were filled.
John 6:32So Iēsous said to them: Truly truly I say to you, Mōsēs did not give you bread from heaven, but my father gives you the true bread from heaven.
John 6:42and they were saying: Is this not Iēsous the son of Iōsēph, whose father and mother we know? How does he now say that he is come down from heaven?
John 6:47Truly truly I say to you, the one believing has zōē-life eternal.
John 6:52So the Jews were arguing with each other saying: How is this one able to give to us his flesh to eat?
John 6:53So Iēsous said to them: Truly truly I say to you: unless you eat the flesh of the son of humanity and drink his blood you do not have zōē-life in yourselves.
John 6:65And he was saying: Because of this I have said to you that no one is able to come towards me except it has been given to him from the father.
John 6:71But he was speaking of Ioudas the son of Simōn Iscariōth. For this one was about to be delivering him up, one of the twelve.
John 7:6So Iēsous says to them: My opportune-time is not yet present, but your opportune-time is always ready.
John 7:11So the Jews were seeking him in the festival and were saying: Where is that one?
John 7:12And there was much grumbling concerning him in the crowds. Some were saying that he is good, but others were saying: No, rather he deceives the people.
John 7:15So the Jews were marveling saying: How does this one know letters, not having been taught?
John 7:25So, certain of the Hierosolumaites were saying: Is not this one whom they seek to kill?
John 7:26And behold he speaks in public, and they say nothing to him. The rulers haven’t truly known that this one is the Christ, have they?
John 7:28So Iēsous cried out in the temple teaching and saying: You know me and you know whence I am, and I have not come from myself, but the one having sent me is true, whom you do not knowith
John 7:31But many of the crowd believed in him, and were saying: When the Christ has come, will he do more signs than this one has done?
John 7:37Now on the last day of the festival Iēsous stood and cried out saying: If anyone thirst, he must be coming to me and drinking.
John 7:40So, many of the crowd hearing of these words were saying: This is truly the prophet.
John 7:41But others were saying: This is the Christ; but others were saying: Does the Christ come out of Galilaia?
John 7:50Nicodemos says to them, the one having come to him earlier, being one of them:
John 8:4they say to him: Teacher, this woman was caught in the act being adulterous.
John 8:5Now Mōsēs commanded in the law of Mōsēs to be stoning such. So, what do you say?
John 8:6But they were saying this testing him, that they have something to accuse of him. But Iēsous having bent down was writing in the dirt.
John 8:12So, again Iēsous spoke to them saying: I am the light of the world. The one following me shall not walk in darkness, but will have the light of zōē-life.
John 8:19So they were saying to him, Where is your father? Iēsous answered: You know neither me nor my father. If you had known me, you would have also known my father.
John 8:22So the Jews were saying: Will he not kill himself, because he says: Where I depart you also are not able to come?
John 8:25So they were saying to him, Who are you? Iēsous said to them: What I told you from the beginning.
John 8:26I have many things concerning you to be saying and to be judging. But the one having sent me is true, and I, what I heard from him, these things I speak to the world.
John 8:27They did not know that he was speaking about the father.
John 8:31So Iēsous was saying to the Jews having believed in him: If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples.
John 8:33They answered him: We are Abraam’s seed, and to no one have we ever been enslaved. How do you tell us that: You will become free?
John 8:34Iēsous answered them: Truly truly I say to you that everyone doing sin is a slave of sin.
John 8:39They answered and said to him: Our father is Abraam. Iēsous says to them: If you are children of Abraam, you would have done the works of Abraam.
John 8:45But because I tell you the truth, you do not believe me.
John 8:46Who among you convicts me of sin? If I say the truth, why do you not believe me?
John 8:48The Jews answered and said to him: Did we not well say that you are a Samaritēs and you have a demon?
John 8:51Truly truly I say to you, if anyone keep my word, he will not see death to eternity.
John 8:52The Jews said to him: Now we know that you have a demon. Abraam died and the prophets, and you say: If you keep my word, you will not taste death unto eternity?
John 8:54Iēsous answered: If I glorify myself, my glory is nothing. The father is the one glorifying me, whom you [all] say that: He is our God.
John 8:58Iēsous said to them: Truly truly I say to you: Before Abraam came to be, I am.
John 9:2And his disciples asked him saying: Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he be born blind?
John 9:8So the neighbors and those seeing him formerly, that he was a beggar, were saying: Is this not the one sitting and begging?
John 9:9Others were saying that, This is he, others were saying: No, but he is like him. That one was saying that: I am he.
John 9:10They were therefore saying to him: How were your eyes opened?
John 9:11That one answered: The person called Iēsous made clay and spread it on my eyes and said to me: Be going to Siloam and wash. Having gone therefore and having been washed I saw again.
John 9:12And they said to him: Where is he? He says: I do not knowith
John 9:16Some therefore of the Pharisees were saying: This person is not from God, because he does not keep the Sabbath. But others were saying: How is a sinful man able to be doing such signs? And there was a division among them.
John 9:17So they say again to the blind one: What do you say concerning him, since he opened your eyes? But he said that: He is a prophet.
John 9:19and asked them saying: Is this your son, whom you say was born blind? How then does he now see?
John 9:41Iēsous said to them: If you were blind, you were not having sin. But now you say: We see. Your sin abides.
John 10:1Truly truly I say to you, the one not coming in through the gate into the sheep-pen but coming up from elsewhere, that one is a thief and a robber.
John 10:7So Iēsous said again, Truly truly I say to you that I am the gate of the sheep.
John 10:20And many among them were saying, He has a demon and is insane; why do you hear him?
John 10:21Others were saying, These words are not those of one demon-possessed. Is a demon able to open the eyes of the blind?
John 10:24So the Jews encircled him and were saying to him, How long do you hold our psuchē-lives in suspense? If you are the Christ, tell us openly.
John 10:33The Jews answered him, Concerning a good work we do not stone you but concerning God slander, and because you being a human make yourself God.
John 10:36Do you say of him, whom the father made holy and sent into the world, that: You are slandering God, because I said: I am the son of God?
John 10:41And many came to him and were saying that Iōannēs on the one hand made no sign, but on the other everything as much as Iōannēs said concerning this one was true.
John 11:3So the sisters sent to Iēsous saying: Lord, behold, whom you philia-love is sick.
John 11:7Thereupon after this he says to the disciples: Let us go to Ioudaia again.
John 11:8The disciples say to him: Rabbi, now the Jews were seeking to stone you, and you again go back there?
John 11:11He spoke these things and after this he says to them: Lazaros our friend has fallen asleep. But I go in order that I may awaken him.
John 11:13But Iēsous had spoken concerning his death. But those ones supposed that he speaks concerning the sleep of slumber.
John 11:16So Thōmas the one being called Didumos said to the fellow-disciples: Let us also go in order that we may die with him.
John 11:23Iēsous says to her: Your brother will be resurrected.
John 11:24Martha says to him: I know that he will be resurrected in the resurrection in the last day.
John 11:27She says to him: Yes Lord, I have believed that you are the Christ, the son of God, the one coming into the world.
John 11:31So the Jews being with her in the house and consoling her, having seen that Mariam swiftly arose and went out, followed her having supposed that she departs to the tomb in order that she may weep there.
John 11:32So Mariam, as she came where Iēsous was, having seen him, she fell before him at his feet, saying to him: Lord, if you were here, my brother would not have died.
John 11:34and said: Where have you placed him? They say to him: Lord, be coming and behold.
John 11:36So the Jews were saying: Behold how he was philia-loving him.
John 11:39Iēsous says: Remove the stone. Martha the sister of the one having died says to him: Lord, he stinks already, for it is the fourth day.
John 11:40Iēsous says to her: Did I not say to you that: If you believe, you will see the glory of God?
John 11:44And the one having been dead came out, his feet and hands having been bound with bandages, and his face was bound with a handkerchief. Iēsous says to them, Loose him and let him be going.
John 11:47So the chief-priests and the Pharisees gathered a council and were saying: What do we do, for this person does many signs?
John 11:54So Iēsous no longer walked openly among the Jews, but departed from there to the region near the wilderness, to a city being called Ephraim, and there he abided with the disciples.
John 11:56So they were seeking Iēsous and were saying with each other having stood in the temple: What does it seem to you, that he not come to the festival?
John 12:4So Ioudas Iscariōth, one of the disciples, the one about to be delivering him up, says:
John 12:21So these came to Phillipos from Bethsaida of Galilaia, and they were asking him saying: Lord, we want to see Iēsous.
John 12:22Phillipos comes and tells Andreas; Andreas comes — and Phillipos, and they tell Iēsous.
John 12:23So Iēsous answers them saying: The hour is come that the son of humanity be glorified.
John 12:24Truly truly I say to you, unless a grain of wheat having fallen into the earth die, it abides alone, but if it die, it bears much fruit.
John 12:29The crowd therefore having stood and having heard were saying: Thunder came to pass, others were saying: An angel has spoken to him.
John 12:33But he was saying this signifying by what sort of death he was about to be dying.
John 12:34The crowd therefore answered him: We heard from the law that the Christ abides to eternity, and how do you say that the son of humanity must be lifted up? Who is this son of humanity?
John 13:6He comes to Simōn Petros; he says to him: Lord, do you wash my feet?
John 13:8Petros says to him: You will not wash my feet to eternity. Iēsous answered him: If I do not wash you, you have no part with me.
John 13:9Simōn Petros says to him: Lord, not only my feet but also my hands and head!
John 13:10Iēsous says to him: The one having been washed only needs his feet to be washed, but is wholly clean. And you [all] are clean, but not all of you.
John 13:13You call me the teacher and lord, and you say well, for I am.
John 13:16Truly truly I say to you, the slave is not greater than his lord, nor the sent one greater than the one having sent him.
John 13:18Not concerning all of you do I speak. I know whom I have chosen; but in order that the Scripture be fulfilled: The one feeding on my bread Lifted up his heel against me.
John 13:19From now on I tell you before it comes to pass, in order that when it comes to pass you believe that I am he.
John 13:20Truly truly I say to you, the one receiving whom I send receives me, and the one receiving me receives the one having sent me.
John 13:21Having said these things Iēsous was troubled in his spirit and witnessed and said: Truly truly I say to you that one of you will give me over
John 13:22The disciples therefore were looking to one another being at a loss concerning what he says.
John 13:24Simōn Petros therefore beckoned to this one to inquire of whom he speaks about.
John 13:25That one thus reclining upon Iēsous chest says to him: Lord, who is it?
John 13:27And after the morsel, then Satan entered into that one. Iēsous therefore says to him: What you do, do quickly.
John 13:29For some were supposing, since Ioudas had the money box, that Iēsous says to him: Buy what we need for the festival, or in order to give something to the poor.
John 13:31When therefore he went out, Iēsous says: Now is the son of humanity glorified, and God is glorified in him.
John 13:33Children, yet a little while am I with you. You will seek me, and just as I said to the Jews that where I go you are not able to come, I also say to you now.
John 13:36Simōn Petros says to him: Lord, where do you go? Iēsous answered: Where I go you are not now able to follow, but you follow later.
John 13:37Petros says to him: Lord, why am I not able to follow you now? I will give my psuchē-life in your behalf.
John 13:38Iēsous answered: You will give your psuchē-life in my behalf? Truly truly I say to you, the rooster will not crow until you deny me thrice.
John 14:5Thōmas says to him: Lord, we do not know where you are going. How do we know the way?
John 14:6Iēsous says to him: I am the way, the truth and the zōē-life; no one comes to the father except through me.
John 14:8Phillipos says to him: Lord, show us the father, and it suffices us.
John 14:9Iēsous says to him: So much time I am with you and you have not known me, Phillipos? The one having seen me has seen the father. How do you say: Show us the father?
John 14:12Truly truly I say to you, the one believing in me, the works that I do, that one also will do, and greater than these will do, because I go to the father.
John 14:22Ioudas says to him: not the Iscariōth, Lord, and what has happened that you are about to reveal yourself to us and not to the world?
John 15:15No longer do I say you are slaves, because the slave does not know what his lord does; but I have called you philia-beloved, because everything that I heard from my father I made known to you.
John 16:7But I tell you the truth, it profits you that I depart. For if I do not depart, the intercessor does not come to you.
John 16:12I have yet many things to be telling you, but you are not now able to be bearing them.
John 16:17They of his disciples therefore said to one another: What is this that he says to us: a little while and you do not behold me, and again a little while and you will see me? And, Because I go to the father?
John 16:18They were saying therefore: What is this that he says: The little while? We do not know what he says.
John 16:20Truly truly I say to you that you will weep and lament, but the world will rejoice. You will be pained, but your pain will become joy.
John 16:23And in that day you will ask me nothing. Truly truly I say to you, whatever you request of the father he will give to you in my name.
John 16:26In that day you will request in my name, and I do not say to you that I will ask the father concerning you.
John 16:29His disciples say: Behold now he speaks openly, and he no longer speaks in parables.
John 18:5They answered him: Iēsous the Nazarene. He says to them: I am he. Now Ioudas the one delivering him up also stood with them.
John 18:17Therefore the maid doorkeeper says to Petros: You’re not also one of the disciples of this person, are you? He says: I am not.
John 18:26One of the slaves of the chief-priest, being kinsman of whom Petros cut off his ear, says: Did I not see you in the garden with him?
John 18:34Iēsous answered: Do you say this from yourself or did others tell you concerning me?
John 18:37Pilate therefore said to him: So are you a king? Iēsous answered: You say that I am king. I am born for this and am come into the world for this, in order that I witness to the truth. All those being from the truth hear my voice.
John 18:38Pilate says to him: What is truth? And having said this he again went out to the Jews, and says to them: I find nothing blameworthy in him.
John 18:40They therefore cried out again saying: Not this one, but Barrabas. Now Barrabas was a revolutionary.
John 19:3and they were coming to him and saying: Hail king of the Jews, and they gave him blows.
John 19:4And Pilate again went out and says to them: Behold I bring him out, in order that you know that I find nothing blameworthy in him.
John 19:5So Iēsous came out, wearing the thorny crown and the purple robe. And he says to them: Behold the person.
John 19:6When therefore the chief-priests and the officers saw him, they cried out saying: Crucify him, crucify him! Pilate says to them: You take him and crucify him, for I found in him no blame.
John 19:9and went in to the Praetorium again and says to Iēsous: Whence are you? But Iēsous did not give him answer.
John 19:10Pilate therefore says to him: To me do you not speak? Do you not know that I have authority to release you and I have authority to crucify you?
John 19:12From this Pilate was seeking to release him; but the Jews cried out saying: If you release him, you are no friend of Caesar; everyone making himself king opposes Caesar.
John 19:13Pilate therefore having heard these words brought Iēsous out and sat upon the judgment seat in the place called Lithostrotos, but in Hebrew Gabatha.
John 19:14Now it was the preparation of the Passover, it was about the sixth hour, and he says to the Jews: Behold your king.
John 19:15Those therefore cried out: Take him away, take him away, crucify him! Pilate says to them: Shall I crucify your king? The chief-priests answered: We have no king but Caesar.
John 19:17and taking up on himself the cross he went out to that being called place of the skull, which is called in Hebrew Golgotha,
John 19:21The chief-priests therefore were saying to Pilate: Do not write: the king of the Jews, but that: This one said: I am the king of the Jews.
John 19:24They said therefore to each other, Let us cast lots concerning whose it will be, in order that the scripture be fulfilled: They divided my garments to themselves, And upon my clothing they threw lots. The soldiers therefore indeed did these things.
John 19:26Iēsous therefore seeing his mother and the disciple whom he agapē-loved standing beside him, he says to his mother: Woman, behold your son.
John 19:27Then he says to the disciple: Behold your mother. And from that hour the disciple received her for his own.
John 19:28After this Iēsous knowing that already everything is completed, in order that the scripture be completed, says: I thirst.
John 19:35And the one having seen has witnessed, and his witness is true, and that one knows that he speaks truth, in order that you also be believing.
John 19:37And again another Scripture says: They will look upon whom they have pierced.
John 20:2She runs therefore and comes to Simōn Petros and to the other disciple whom Iēsous was philia-loving, and says to them: They have taken the lord from the tomb, and we do not know where they placed him.
John 20:13And those say to her: Woman, why do you weep? She says to them, Because they have taken my lord, and I do not know where they placed him.
John 20:15Iēsous says to her: Woman, why do you weep? That one supposing that it is the gardener, says to him: Lord, if you have carried him away, tell me where you placed him, and I will take him.
John 20:16Iēsous says to her: Mariam. Having been turned, that one says to him in Hebrew: Rabbi, which means teacher.
John 20:17Iēsous says to her: Be not touching me, for I am not yet gone up to the father. But be going to my brothers and tell them, I go up to my father and your father and my God and your God.
John 20:19Being therefore evening on the first day of the Sabbaths, and the doors having been closed where the disciples were for fear of the Jews, Iēsous came and stood in their midst, and says to them: Peace to you.
John 20:22And having said this, he breathed on them and says to them: Receive the Holy Spirit/Breath.
John 20:24Now Thōmas, one of the twelve, the one being called Didumos, was not with them when Iēsous came.
John 20:25The other disciples therefore were saying: We have seen the lord. But he said: Unless I see in his hands the imprint of the nails and put my finger in the imprint of the nails, and put my hand into his side, I will not believe.
John 20:27Then he says to Thōmas : Be bringing your finger here and behold my hands, and be bringing your hand and put it in my side, and do not become unbelieving, but believing.
John 20:29Iēsous says to him: Because you have seen me, you believe; Blessed are those not having seen and have believed.
John 21:2There were together Simōn Petros and Thōmas the one being called Didymus and Nathanaēl the one from Kana of Galilaia and the sons of Zebedaios and two others of his disciples.
John 21:3Simōn Petros says to them: I go to be fishing. They say to him: We also come with you. They went out and embarked into the boat, and in that night they caught nothing.
John 21:5Iēsous therefore says to them: Children, don’t you have any fish? They answered him: No.
John 21:7The disciple whom Iēsous agapē-loved therefore says to Petros: It is the lord. Simōn Petros therefore having heard that it is the lord, put on his outer garment, for he was naked, and threw himself into the sea.
John 21:10Iēsous says to them: Bring some of the fish that you now caught.
John 21:12Iēsous says to them: Come, eat. None of the disciples dared to ask him: Who are you? knowing that it is the Lord.
John 21:15When therefore they had eaten breakfast, Iēsous says to Simōn Petros: Simōn son of Iōannēs, do you agapē-love me more than these? He says to them: Yes, Lord, you know that I philia-love you. He says to him: Be tending my lambs.
John 21:16He says to him again a second time: Simōn son of Iōannēs, do you agapē-love me? He says to him: Yes Lord, you know that I philia-love you. He says to him: Be shepherding my sheep.
John 21:17He says to him the third time: Simōn son of Iōannēs, do you philia-love me? Petros was grieved because he said to him the third time: Do you philia-love me? And he said to him: You know everything, you know that I philia-love you. Iēsous says to him: Be tending my sheep.
John 21:18Truly truly I say to you, when you were young, you were girding yourself and were walking about where you were wishing. But when you grow old, you will stretch out your hands, and others will gird you and take you where you do not wish.
John 21:19Now he said this indicating by what sort of death he will glorify God. And having said this he says to them: Be following me.
John 21:21Petros therefore seeing this one says to Iēsous: Lord, but what about this one?
John 21:22Iēsous says to him: If I wish him to be remaining until I come, what is it to you? You be following me.
Acts 1:3to whom he also presented himself zōē-living with many proofs after the things he suffered, appearing to them for forty days and saying things concerning the kingdom of God;
Acts 1:6Indeed therefore, having gathered, they were asking him saying: Lord, do you restore in this time the kingdom to Israēl?
Acts 2:7And they were astounded and were amazed saying: Behold are not all these speaking Galileans?
Acts 2:12And they were all astounded and perplexed, some saying to others: What do you suppose this to be?
Acts 2:13But others mocking them were saying that: They are filled with new wine.
Acts 2:17And it will be in the last days, says God, I will pour out from my spirit upon all flesh, And your sons and your daughters will prophesy, And your young men will see visions, And your elders will dream dreams
Acts 2:25For Dabid says to him: I foresaw the Lord before me through everything Because he is from my right hand, In order that I now be shaken
Acts 2:34For Dabid did not go up into the heavens, but he himself says: The Lord said to my Lord: Sit at my right
Acts 2:40And with other more words he was witnessing and calling upon them saying: Be saved from this unscrupulous generation.
Acts 3:2And a certain man being lame from his mother’s belly was being carried, whom they were placing day by day before the door of the temple being called Lovely, to be requesting mercy from those entering into the temple,
Acts 3:25You are the sons of the prophets and of the contract which God contracted towards your fathers, saying to Abraam: And in your seed will all peoples of the land be blessed.
Acts 4:16saying: What should we do to these people? For indeed it is today become known through them, manifest to all those dwelling in Hierosoluma, and we are not able to deny it.
Acts 4:32Now the multitudes of those having believed were of one heart and psuchē-life, and there was not one possessing anything to him who was saying he was having his own thing, but they were having everything common.
Acts 5:23saying that, We found the prison shut in all security, and the guards standing at the doors, but having opened we found no one inside.
Acts 5:25Now a certain man having arrived reported to them that, Behold the men, who were placed in the jail, are in the temple standing and teaching the people.
Acts 5:28saying: With command we commanded you not to be teaching upon this name, and behold you have filled Hierosoluma with your teaching, and you want to bring on us the blood of this person.
Acts 5:36For before these days rose Theudas, saying himself to be something, to whom a number of men about four hundred attached themselves, who was done away with, and all as many as were persuaded to him were dispersed, and it came to pass to nothing.
Acts 5:38And with respect to now I say to you: Withdraw from these people and be allowing them, for if this intention or this word be from men, it will stop.
Acts 6:9So there arose certain men from the synagogue being called the synagogue of the Liberines and Cyrenians and Alexandrians, and of them of Cilicia and of Asia, arguing with Stephen,
Acts 6:11Then they secretly instigated men saying that: We have heard him speaking slanderous words against Mōsēs and God,
Acts 6:13and the false witnesses stood saying: This person does not cease speaking words against this holy place and against our lawith
Acts 6:14For we have heard him saying that this Iēsous the Nazarene will demolish this place and will change the customs which Mōsēs delivered to us.
Acts 7:48But the highest one does not dwell in what is made with hands. For just as the prophets says:
Acts 7:49Heaven is my throne And the land a footstool for my feet. What sort of house will you build me, says the Lord, Or what place of rest for me?
Acts 7:59And they were stoning Stephen, who was calling out and saying: Lord Iēsous, receive my spirit.
Acts 8:6Now the crowd heeded the thing said by Phillipos with one purpose when they heard and saw the signs which he did.
Acts 8:9Now there was living in the city a certain man, Simōn by name, practicing-magic and amazing the nation of Samaria, some saying him to be great,
Acts 8:10whom all heeded from small to great saying: This is the power of God who is called great.
Acts 8:19saying: Give to me also this authority in order that to whom I place on my hands he be receiving the Holy Spirit.
Acts 8:26Now an angel of the Lord spoke to Phillipos saying: Arise and be going south upon the road from Hierosoluma to Gaza. now this is wilderness.
Acts 8:34So, answering the eunuch said to Phillipos: I ask you concerning whom does the prophet say this? Concerning himself or concerning another?
Acts 9:4and having fallen upon the ground he heard a voice saying to him: Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?
Acts 9:21Now all those hearing were astonished and were saying: Is this not the one pillaging in Hierosoluma those calling upon this name, and he is come here for this, that having bound them he lead them to the chief-priests?
Acts 9:36Now in Joppa there was a certain disciple, Tabitha by name, which being translated is said Dorcas; she was full of good works and mercies which she did.
Acts 10:26But Petros raised him saying: Arise, for I myself am a person.
Acts 10:28and he said to them: You stood since it is unlawful for a Jewish man to be associating or to be coming to a heathen; but God has shown me to be saying no person common and unclean.
Acts 11:3saying that: You went in with men having uncircumcision and you ate with them.
Acts 11:4So having begun Petros was explaining to them point by point saying:
Acts 11:7Now I also heard a voice saying to me: Having arisen, Petros, kill and eat.
Acts 11:16Now I was minded of the words of the Lord, as he was saying: Iōannēs on the one hand baptized in water, but you will be baptized in Holy Spirit.
Acts 11:18So having heard these things they were quiet, and glorified God saying: Therefore has God given the repentance to zōē-life to the nations also.
Acts 12:7And behold an angel of the Lord stood by, and light shone in the cell, and having struck Petros’s side he roused him saying: Arise in haste. And his chains fell from his hands.
Acts 12:8And the angel said to him: Gird yourself and tie on your sandals. So he did thusly. And he says to him: Put on your garment and be following me.
Acts 12:15Now they said to her: You are crazy. But she was insisting to be having it thusly. But they were saying: It is his angel.
Acts 13:15So after the reading of the law and the prophets, the chief of the synagogue sent to them saying: Men, brothers, if there is in you a word of encouragement to the people, be speaking.
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 13:35And therefore he also says in another: You will not give your approved one to see corruption.
Acts 13:45So the Jews, having seen the crowds, they were filled with jealousy, and were contradicting those speaking under Paul, slandering.
Acts 14:11The crowds, having seen what Paul did, raised their voices to Lycaonis saying: Gods like humans have come down to us.
Acts 14:15and saying: Men, why do you do these things? We also are of like nature to you people, good-newsing you to turn from these futile things to the zōē-living God, who made the heaven and the earth and the sea and everything in them,
Acts 14:18And saying these things, the crowds barely ceased to be sacrificing to them.
Acts 15:5Now some of those from the sect of the Pharisees who have believed were astonished, saying that: They must be commanded to be being circumcised and to be giving heed to the law of Mōsēs.
Acts 15:13Now after the silence Iakōbos answered them saying: Men, brothers, hear me.
Acts 15:17In order that the remnant of people seek out the Lord And all the nations by whom my name is called by them,
Acts 15:24Since we heard that some among you disturb you with words unsettling your psuchē-lives, by which we are not commanded,
Acts 16:9And a vision was seen by Paul in the night, a certain Macedonian man was standing and calling upon him and saying: Having come over to Macedonia, help us.
Acts 16:15Now as she was baptized and her house, she called upon us saying: If you have judged me to be trustworthy to the Lord, having gone into my house, be abiding; and she strongly urged us.
Acts 16:17This one, following Paul and us, was crying out saying: These people are slaves of the most high God, who proclaim to you the way of salvation.
Acts 16:28But Paul called out with a great voice saying: You should do nothing evil to yourself, for we are all here.
Acts 16:35Now when day came to pass, the soldiers sent the policemen saying: Release those people.
Acts 17:7whom Jason welcomed. And these all act contrary to the decrees of Caesar, saying Iēsous to be another king.
Acts 17:18Now some of the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers were meeting him, and some were saying: What might this chatterer want to be saying? But some: He seems to be an herald of strange demons; because he was good-newsing Iēsous and the resurrection.
Acts 17:19Now having caught him upon the hill of Ares they were bringing him, saying: Are we able to know what is this new teaching spoken by you?
Acts 17:21Now all the Athenians and the foreign visitors had leisure for nothing else than to be speaking something or to be hearing something quite newith
Acts 18:13saying that: This one persuades people to worship God contrary to the lawith
Acts 19:4So Paul said: Iōannēs baptized a baptism of repentance, for the people saying it is for the one coming after him, in order that they believe, that is, in Iēsous.
Acts 19:13Now some of the Jews, going around exorcising, tried to be naming upon those having the wicked spirits the name of the Lord Iēsous saying: I adjure you by Iēsous whom Paul proclaims.
Acts 19:26And you behold and hear that not only Ephesus but nearly all of Asia this Paul, having persuaded them, has turned away a large crowd, saying that: They having come to be through hands are not gods.
Acts 19:28So having heard and having become full of anger they were crying out saying: O great Artemis of Ephesus.
Acts 20:23except that the Holy Spirit city by city testifies to me saying that bonds and distresses await me.
Acts 21:4So having found the disciples, we stayed with them seven days, who were saying to Paul through the spirit not to be setting foot in Hierosoluma.
Acts 21:11and having come to us and having taken Paul’s girdle, having bound his feet and hands he said: The Holy Spirit says this: The man whose girdle this is the Jews will in Hierosoluma thus bind and will deliver him up into the hands of the nations.
Acts 21:21So they have reported concerning you that you teach all the Jews among the nations apostasy from Mōsēs, telling them not to be circumcising their children or to be walking after the customs.
Acts 21:23Therefore do this thing that we say to you: There are among us four men having a vow upon themselves.
Acts 21:37Now being about to enter into the military base, Paul says to the commander: Is it possible for me to say something to you? So he said: You know Greek?
Acts 21:40So he having permitted him, Paul having stood on the steps, motioned with his hand to the people. Now a great silence having come to pass, he addressed them in the Hebrew language saying:
Acts 22:7And I fell to the ground and heard a voice saying to me: Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?
Acts 22:18and saw him saying to me: Hurry and depart in haste from Hierosoluma, for they will not receive your witness concerning me.
Acts 22:22Now they heard him until this word, and they raised their voice saying: Be taking such a one from the land, for he is not fit to zōē-live.
Acts 22:26Now having heard, the centurion having gone to the commander reported to him saying: What are you about to be doing? For this person is a Roman.
Acts 22:27So having come, the commander said to him: Be telling me: Are you Roman? So he said: Yes.
Acts 23:8For the Sadduccees say there is no resurrection nor angel nor spirit, but the Pharisees profess these things.
Acts 23:9So a great clamor came to pass, and having arisen, some of the scribes of the part of the Pharisees contended sharply saying: We find nothing evil in this person. Perhaps a spirit spoke to him or an angel.
Acts 23:12Now when day came to pass, the Jews, having made a plot, cursed themselves, saying they would neither eat nor drink until they kill Paul.
Acts 23:30So when a plot was revealed to me to be against this man, at once I sent him to you, having also directed the accusers to be speaking with him before you.
Acts 24:2So having been called, Tertullus began to be accusing him saying: Attaining much peace through you, and reforms having come to pass to this nation through your foresight,
Acts 24:10And Paul answered, the ruler having nodded to him, saying: Knowing that you have been judge to this nation for many years I cheerfully defend the things,
Acts 24:14So I confess this to you, that according to the way which they call a sect, thus do I minister to the God of my fathers, believing in everything having been written in the law and the prophets,
Acts 25:14Now as they were remaining there more days, Phestus communicated the accusations against Paul saying:
Acts 25:20So being uncertain of the investigation concerning this, I was saying if he might wish to be going to Hierosoluma and there be being judged concerning these things.
Acts 26:1So Agrippa said to Paul: He permits you to be speaking in your own behalf. Then Paul having stretched out his hand made his defense:
Acts 26:14and when all of us fell to the ground I heard a voice saying to me in the Hebrew language: Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me? It is hard for you to be kicking against the goad.
Acts 26:22Therefore having attained assistances from God until this day, I have stood testifying to small and to great, saying nothing except what the prophets and Mōsēs said is about to come to pass,
Acts 26:31and having withdrawn they were speaking to one another saying that: Nothing worthy of death or bonds does this person practice.
Acts 27:10saying to them: Men, I behold that with hardship and much loss not only of cargo and of ship but also of our psuchē-lives is the voyage about to be.
Acts 27:11But the centurion was persuaded by the steersman and the captain rather than by the things said by Paul.
Acts 27:24saying: Be not fearing, Paul. You must stand before Caesar, and behold God has granted to you all those sailing with you.
Acts 27:33Now until day was about to come to pass, Paul called upon all to receive nourishment saying: Fourteen days today having waited without eating have you remained, taking nothing.
Acts 28:4Now when the natives saw the wild-beast hanging from his hand, they were saying to one another: Certainly this person is a murderer, who having been saved from the sea, justice does not permit to be zōē-living.
Acts 28:6but on the other they were awaiting him to be about to be becoming swollen, or to be falling down suddenly dead. So after much time they having awaited and having beheld nothing unusual come to pass upon him, having changed their minds they were saying him to be a god.
Acts 28:17So it came to pass after three days Paul summoned those being foremost of the Jews. So when they were gathered he was saying to them: I, men, brothers, having done nothing against the people or the customs given to the fathers, a prisoner from Hierosoluma was I delivered up to the hands of the Romans,
Acts 28:24And some were being persuaded to the things said, but others were not believing.
Acts 28:26saying: Go to this people and say, With hearing you will hear and will not understand, And looking you will look and will not see.
Rom 2:22You saying to not be committing adultery, don’t you commit adultery? You abhorring idols, do you rob temples?
Rom 3:5But if your injustice demonstrates the justice of God, what will we say? Isn’t God, pronouncing wrath, being unjust? — I speak according to people.
Rom 3:8And do we not thus slander God, and don’t some of us thus speak saying that we should do evil in order that good come? Of them judgment is deserved.
Rom 3:19For we know that as much as the law says, it speaks to those in the law, in order that every mouth be shut and every world become accountable to God.
Rom 4:3For what does the scripture say? But Abraam believed God, And it was reckoned to him for justness.
Rom 4:6Just as Dabid says is the blessedness of the person to whom God reckons justness apart from works:
Rom 4:9is therefore this one blessed upon circumcision or upon uncircumcision? For we say, Faith was reckoned to Abraam for justness.
Rom 6:19I speak man-wise because of the weakness of your flesh. For just as you presented your members slaves to uncleanness and to lawlessness resulting in lawlessness, thus now you have presented your members slaves to justice, resulting in holy-fication.
Rom 7:7What therefore will we say? The law is sin? May it not be! Rather, I did not know sin except through the lawith For I had not known desire unless the law was saying: You will not desire.
Rom 9:1I say the truth in Christ, I do not deceive, my conscience co-witnessing for me in the Holy Spirit,
Rom 9:15For to Mōsēs he says: I will have mercy on whom I have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I have compassion.
Rom 9:17For the scripture says to Pharaoh that: Unto this thing itself have I raised you up, in order that I reveal in you my power, and in order that my name be proclaimed in all the land.
Rom 9:25As it also says in Hosea: I will call them my people who were not my people And her agapē-beloved who was not my agapē-beloved.
Rom 10:6But the justice from belief he says thus: You should not say in your heart, who shall ascend into heaven? That is, to bring Christ down.
Rom 10:8But what does it say? The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart — that is, the word of faith which we proclaim.
Rom 10:11For everyone believing upon him will not be shamed.
Rom 10:16But not all have obeyed the good-news. For Ēsaias says: O Lord, who has believed our report?
Rom 10:18But I say, have they not heard? Rather: Unto all the land their sound went out, And to the four limits of the inhabited-world their words.
Rom 10:19But I say, has Israēl not known? First Mōsēs says, I will provoke you to jealousy upon those who are not a nation, Upon an unintelligent nation will I anger you.
Rom 10:20But Ēsaias is bold and says, I was found by those not seeking me, I have become visible to those not asking me.
Rom 10:21But to Israēl he says: The whole day have I stretched out my hands To a people being disobedient and contradictory.
Rom 11:1I say therefore, has God rejected his people? May it not be! For I also am Israēlite, from the seed of Abraam, of the tribe of Benjamin.
Rom 11:2God has not rejected his people whom he foreknewith Or do you not know what the scripture says in Ēlias, how he appealed to God against Israēl?
Rom 11:4But what does the divine-answer say to him? I have left to myself seven-thousand men, Which have not bent the knee to Baal.
Rom 11:9And Dabid says, Let their table become a trap and a snare And a stumbling and a recompense to them.
Rom 11:11Therefore I say, have they stumbled in order that they fall? May it not be! Rather by their transgression is salvation to the nations, to provoke them to jealousy.
Rom 11:13So I say to you the nations, inasmuch as I am apostle of the nations, I magnify my service,
Rom 12:3For I say through the grace given to me to all those being among you, to not be thinking highly of yourselves beyond what is necessary to be thinking, but to be thinking to being sensible, to each as God has divided a measure of faith.
Rom 12:19not avenging yourselves, brothers, but give place to anger, for it is written: Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord.
Rom 14:11For it is written: As I zōē-live, says the Lord, every knee will bow to me And every tongue will confess to God.
Rom 15:8For I say that the Christ became a servant of circumcision in behalf of the truth of God, to confirm the promise made to the fathers,
Rom 15:10And again he says: Rejoice, O nations, with his people
Rom 15:12And again Ēsaias says: There will be the root of Iessai And the one rising to be ruling the nations, Upon him will the nations hope.
1Cor 1:10I call upon you, brothers, through the words of our Lord Iēsous Christ, that you all say the same thing, and may there not be schisms among you, but may you be made complete in the same mind and in the same opinion.
1Cor 1:12And this one says that each of you says: I am of Paul, or: I am of Apollo, or: I am of Cephas, or: I am of Christ.
1Cor 3:4For when anyone says: I am of Paul, but another: I am of Apollo, aren’t you being men?
1Cor 6:5I speak towards your shame. Is there thus among you not one wise, who will be able to judge between his brother?
1Cor 7:6But this I say as a concession, not as a command.
1Cor 7:8So I say to the unmarried and to the widows, it is good for them if they remain as I,
1Cor 7:12But to the rest I myself say, not the Lord, if any brother has a non-believing wife, and this woman consents to be living with him, let him not be putting her away.
1Cor 7:35But I say this thing to your profit, not in order that I throw a snare, but towards propriety and consistency to the Lord undistracted.
1Cor 8:5For though there are those called gods whether in heaven or upon earth, even as there are many gods and many lords,
1Cor 9:8Don’t I say these things according to people, or does the law also not say these things?
1Cor 9:10Or does he say it entirely on our account? For on our account it was written, that: The one plowing ought to be plowing in hope, and the one threshing, in hope of partaking.
1Cor 10:15As to the prudent I speak, you judge what I say.
1Cor 10:29But I say, not your own conscience, but that of the other. For why is my freedom judged by another’s conscience?
1Cor 11:25Likewise also he took the cup after having supped, saying: This cup is the new contract in my blood. Be doing this, as often as you be drinking, in my remembrance.
1Cor 12:3Therefore I make know to you that no one speaking in the spirit of God says: Iēsous is accursed, and no one is able to say Iēsous is Lord except by the Holy Spirit.
1Cor 14:16Since, if you bless with the spirit, how will the one filling the place of the ungifted person say — Amen — at your thanksgiving, since he does not know what you say?
1Cor 14:21In the law it is written that: With speaking other tongues And with other lips will I speak to this people, And neither thusly will they hear me, says the Lord.
1Cor 14:34Let the women be being silent in the assemblies, for it is not permitted for them to be speaking, but let them be being subject, just as the law says.
1Cor 15:12Now if Christ be proclaimed that he rose from the dead, how do some of you say that there is no resurrection from the dead?
1Cor 15:34Be justly sober and be not sinning. For some have ignorance of God, I speak this to your shame.
1Cor 15:51Behold I tell you a mystery: we will not all sleep, but we will all be changed,
2Cor 6:2For he says: I have heard of you in the acceptable opportune-time And in the day of salvation have I helped you. Behold now is the acceptable opportune-time, Behold now is the day of salvation.
2Cor 6:13So in the same exchange — as to children I speak — open wide to us also.
2Cor 6:17Therefore come out from among them And be separated, says the Lord, And be touching no unclean thing And I will welcome you.
2Cor 6:18And I will be to you for a father And you will be to me for sons and daughters Says the Lord almighty.
2Cor 7:3I say this not for condemnation, for I have told you before, that you are in our hearts to be co-dying and co-living.
2Cor 8:8I say this not according to command, but through the earnestness of others and proving the genuineness of your agapē-love.
2Cor 9:3So I sent the brothers, lest our boast concerning you be emptied in this matter, in order that, just as I was saying, you be prepared,
2Cor 9:4lest if the Macedonians come with me and find you unprepared, we be shamed — in order that we not say: You be shamed — in this assurance.
2Cor 11:16Again I say, let no one suppose me to be foolish; otherwise, even as a fool receive me, in order that I also may boast a little.
2Cor 11:21I say according to dishonor, as if we had been weak. But in whatever anyone is bold — in foolishness I speak — I am also bold.
Gal 1:9As I have foretold you, and I now say again, if anyone good-news to you beside what you have received, let him be accursed.
Gal 3:15Brothers, I speak according to people. Likewise no man having ratified a contract sets it aside or adds to it.
Gal 3:16So the promises were told to Abraam and to his seed. He does not say: And to his seed, as upon many, but as upon one: And to his seed, who is Christ.
Gal 3:17But this he says: The law having come to be after 430 years did not invalidate the contract having been formerly ratified by God, to nullifying the promises.
Gal 4:1So I say, as long as the heir is under-age, he, being Lord of all, differs nothing from a slave.
Gal 4:21Be saying to me, you wanting to be under the law, don’t you hear the law?
Gal 4:30But what says the scripture? Throw out the bondmaid and her son, for the son of the bondmaid will not inherit with the son of the free.
Gal 5:2Behold I Paul say to you that if you be circumcised, Christ will profit you nothing.
Gal 5:16But I say, be walking in the spirit and you will not complete the lust of the flesh.
Eph 2:11Therefore be remembering that you formerly being the nations in the flesh, who are called uncircumcision by those being called circumcision, which is hand-made in the flesh,
Eph 4:8Therefore it says: Having ascended to the height he led captivity captive, He gave gifts to people.
Eph 4:17This therefore I saw and I testify in the Lord, that you no longer be walking just as the nations walk in the futility of their mind,
Eph 5:12For the secret things come to pass among them are shameful even to be saying.
Eph 5:14for every manifesting thing is light. Therefore it says: Be rising, O sleeping one And arise from the dead And Christ will shine on you.
Eph 5:32This is a great mystery, but I speak concerning Christ and the assembly.
Phil 3:18For many walk of whom I was often telling you, but now I tell you weeping, who are enemies of the cross of Christ,
Phil 4:11Not that I speak because of lack, for I have learned in whatever situation I am to be self-sufficient.
Col 2:4This I say that no one deceive you in persuasive speech.
Col 4:11and Iēsous being called Justus, these being from circumcision, these only working together for the kingdom of God, which became to me a comfort.
1Thes 4:15For this we speak to you by word of the Lord, that we the zōē-living, those left behind for the coming of the Lord, will not precede those having fallen asleep.
1Thes 5:3when they say: Peace and security, then sudden destruction approaches them just as the birth-pains to the one having life in her belly, and they will not escape.
2Thes 2:4the one opposing and raising himself above all being called God, or object of worship, so that he sits in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God.
2Thes 2:5Don’t you remember that while being with you I was saying these things to you?
1Tim 1:7wanting to be teachers of the law, knowing neither what they say nor that about which they insist.
1Tim 2:7for which I was appointed herald and apostle — I say truth, I do not lie — teacher of the nations in faith and truth.
1Tim 4:1Now the spirit explicitly says that in the latter seasons some will withdraw from the faith, giving heed to deceptive spirits and teachings of demons,
1Tim 5:18For the scripture says: You will not muzzle the threshing ox, and: The worker is worthy of his reward.
2Tim 2:7Be considering what I say, for the Lord will give to you understanding in everything.
2Tim 2:18who concerning the truth have deviated, saying the resurrection has already come to pass, and they overturn the faith of some.
Tit 2:8speaking sound words beyond reproach, in order that the opponent be shamed, having nothing to be saying concerning us about how we are worthless.
Phm 1:19I Paul have written with my own hand, I pay the damages, in order that I not say to you that you indeed owe your own self to me besides.
Phm 1:21having confidence in your obedience I wrote to you, knowing that you will do beyond what I say.
Heb 1:6But when again he brings the firstborn into the inhabited world, he says, And all the angels of God worshipped him.
Heb 1:7And to the angels on the one hand he says: The one making his angels spirits And his ministers flames of fire.
Heb 2:6But someone testified somewhere saying, What is humanity that you remember him? Or the son of humanity that you look after him?
Heb 2:12saying, I will proclaim your name to my brothers, In the midst of the assembly will I sing praise of you.
Heb 3:7Therefore, just as the Holy Spirit says, Today if you hear his voice,
Heb 3:15In which it is said: Today if you hear his voice, Be not hardening your hearts as in the rebellion.
Heb 4:7again he appoints a certain day — Today — saying by Dabid after so much time, just as he speaks before: Today if you hear his voice, Be not hardening your hearts.
Heb 5:6Just as he also says elsewhere: You are a priest to eternity According to the manner of Melchizedek.
Heb 5:11About whom we have much to say and hard to be interpreted, since you have become dull of hearing.
Heb 6:14Surely blessing will I bless you And multiplying will I multiply you.
Heb 7:11If on the one hand therefore completion was through the priesthood of Levi, for the people received the law by it, what need is there still for another priest to arise according to the manner of Melchizedek, and not to be called according to the manner of Aaron?
Heb 7:13For about whom these things are said, of another tribe did he partake, from which no one officiated at the altar.
Heb 7:21but on the other hand he is become priest with oaths through whom says to him: The Lord swore, and will not change-his mind: You are priest to eternity —
Heb 8:1But the main point of that being said is this: We have such a chief-priest, who sat at the right of the throne of greatness in the heavens,
Heb 8:8For, fault being found with them, he says, Behold the days come, says the Lord, And I will complete upon the house of Israēl and upon the house of Ioudas a new contract
Heb 8:9Not according to the contract which I made with their fathers In the day of my taking hold of their hand To lead them out of the land of Aiguptos, For they did not abide in my contract, And I ignored them, says the Lord.
Heb 8:10For this contract is what I will contract to the house of Israēl After those days, says the Lord, Giving my laws to their mind, And upon their heart will I write them, And I will be to them for God, And they will be to me for people.
Heb 8:11And they will not each teach his citizen, And each his brother, saying, Know the Lord. For all will know me From small until their great.
Heb 8:13In saying “new” he makes old the first. But that thing growing old and aging is near disappearance.
Heb 9:2For the first tabernacle was furnished, in which were the lampstand and the table and the presentation of the breads, which is being said: Holy things.
Heb 9:3But after the second veil was the tabernacle being called Holy of Holies,
Heb 9:5but above it Cherubim of glory overshadowing the mercy seat, concerning which it is not for now to be talking in detail.
Heb 9:20saying, This is the blood of the testament which the Lord commanded to you.
Heb 10:5Therefore The one coming into the world says: I do not want sacrifices and offerings, But I will prepare a body for me,
Heb 10:8Earlier saying that: Sacrifices and offerings and whole burnt offering concerning sins I do not want nor take pleasure in, which they were offering according to the law,
Heb 10:16This is the contract which I contracted towards you After those days, says the Lord, Giving my laws upon their heart And upon their mind will I write them
Heb 10:30For we know the one having said: To me is vengeance, I will repay; and again, The Lord judges his people.
Heb 11:14For those saying such things reveal that they seek a native-land.
Heb 11:24By faith when Mōsēs became great, he refused to be called the son of the daughter of Pharaoh,
Heb 11:32And what do I still say? For time fails me relating concerning Gideon, Barach, Samson, Jeptha, Dabid and Solomōn and of the prophets,
Heb 12:26whose voice then shook the earth, but now promised saying, Yet once more I will shake not only the earth but also heaven.
Heb 13:6So that, being confident we are saying: The Lord is to me helper, I will not fear, What will people do to me?
Jam 1:13Let no one being tested be saying that they are being tested from God, for God is untested with reference to evil, and he himself tests no one.
Jam 2:14What is the advantage, my brothers, if someone be saying to be having faith but is not having works?
Jam 2:23And the scripture was fulfilled which says: Abraam believed God, and it was counted to him for justice, and he was called the philia-friend of God.
Jam 4:5Or do you suppose that to no purpose the scripture says: With envy he desires the spirit which he caused to dwell in you.
Jam 4:6But he gives even greater grace, because it says: God opposes the arrogant, but he gives grace to the humble.
Jam 4:13Come now, O those saying: Today or tomorrow we will proceed into this city and will spend a year there and will trade and make a profit;
Jam 4:15Instead you be saying, If the Lord wishes, we will zōē-live and will do this or that.
2Pet 3:4and saying, Where is the promise of his coming? For since the fathers slept, everything continues as it was from the beginning of creation.
1John 2:4The one saying that he has known him, and not keeping his commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him.
1John 2:6The one saying he is abiding in him ought also to be thus walking just as he walked.
1John 2:9The one saying he is in the light and hating his brother is still in darkness.
1John 5:16If anyone sees his brother sinning a sin not to death, he will ask, and will give to him zōē-life, to those sinning not to death. There is a sin to death; not concerning this one do I say that you should ask.
2John 1:10If anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching, be not receiving him into your house, and be not saying to him greeting.
2John 1:11For the one saying to him greeting is partner with his wicked works.
Jude 1:14And Enoch also, the seventh man from Adam, prophesied to them saying, Behold the Lord came with his ten thousand holy ones,
Jude 1:18that he said to us, In the last time there will be mockers proceeding according to their own impious lusts.
Rev 1:8I am the “A” and the “Z”, says the Lord God, the one who is and who was and who comes, the almighty.
Rev 1:11saying: What you see, write in a scroll and send it to the seven assemblies in Ephesus and in Smyrna and in Pergamon and in Thyatira and in Sardis and in Philadelphia and in Laodecia.
Rev 1:17And when I saw him, I fell before his feet as dead, and he placed his right hand upon me saying: Be not fearing, I am the first and the last,
Rev 2:1To the angel of the assembly in Ephesus write: These things says the one holding the seven stars in his right hand, the one walking in the midst of the seven lampstands of gold,
Rev 2:7The one having ears, let him be hearing what the spirit says to the assemblies. To the one gaining victory I will give to eat from the tree of zōē-life, which is in the paradise of God.
Rev 2:8And to the angel of the assembly in Smyrna write: These things says the first and the last, who became dead and zōē-lived:
Rev 2:9I know your affliction and poverty, but you are rich, and I know the slander from those saying themselves to be Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.
Rev 2:11The one having ears, let him be hearing what the spirit says to the assemblies. The one gaining victory will not be injured by the second death.
Rev 2:12And to the angel of the assembly in Pergamum write: These things says the one having the sharp two-edged broad-sword:
Rev 2:17The one having ears let him be hearing what the spirit says to the assemblies. To the one gaining victory I will give to him of the hidden manna, and will give to him a white pebble, and upon the pebble a new name written, which no one knows except the one receiving it.
Rev 2:18And to the angel of the assembly in Thyatira, write: These things says the son of God, the one whose eyes are as a flame of fire, and his feet like to fine-brass:
Rev 2:20But I have this against you, that you allow the woman Jezebel, the one calling herself prophetess, and she teaches and deceives my slaves to fornicate and to eat things sacrificed to idols.
Rev 2:24So I say to the rest of you in Thyatire, as many as do not have this teaching, who have not known the deep things of Satan, as they say, I do not throw upon you another burden.
Rev 2:29The one having ears let him be hearing what the spirit says to the assemblies.
Rev 3:1And to the angel of the assembly in Sardis write: These things says the one having the seven spirits of God and the seven stars: I know your works, that you have a name that you are zōē-alive and you are dead.
Rev 3:6The one having ears let him be hearing what the spirit says to the assemblies.
Rev 3:7And to the angel of the assemblies in Philadelphia write: These things says the holy, the true, the one having the key of Dabid, the one opening and no one shuts, and shutting, and no one opens:
Rev 3:9Behold I will give them to be of the synagogue of Satan, those calling themselves Jews, and are not, but are false. Behold I will make them to come and worship before your feet, and they will know that I agapē-loved you.
Rev 3:13The one having ears, let him be hearing what the spirit says to the assemblies.
Rev 3:14And to the angel of the assembly in Laodecia, write: These things says the Amen, the trustworthy and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God:
Rev 3:17Because you say that: I am rich and are become rich and have need of nothing, and you do not know that you are wretched and pitiable and poor and blind and naked,
Rev 3:22The one having ears, let him be hearing what the spirit says to the assemblies.
Rev 4:1After these things I looked and behold a door was opened in heaven, and the first voice which I heard was as a trumpet speaking with me, saying: Come up here, and I will show you what must come to pass after these things.
Rev 4:8And the four living creatures had each of them six wings apiece, around about, and they were full of eyes within, and they do not have rest day and night saying: Holy holy holy Lord God almighty, The one who was and who is and who comes.
Rev 4:10the twenty four elders fall before the one having sat upon the throne, and they worship the one zōē-living to the eternity of eternities, and they throw their crowns before the throne saying:
Rev 5:5And one of the elders says to me: Be not weeping. Behold the lion from the tribe of Ioudas, the root of Dabid, has gained victory to open the scroll and its seven seals.
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 5:13And I heard every creation which is in heaven and upon the land and under the land and upon the sea, and everything in them saying: To the one having sat upon the throne And to the lamb be blessing and honor and glory And strength to the eternity of eternities.
Rev 5:14And the four living creatures were saying: Amen, and the elders fell and worshipped.
Rev 6:1And I saw when the lamb opened one of the seven seals, and I heard one of the four living creatures saying as with the voice of thunder: Be coming.
Rev 6:3And when he opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature saying: Be coming.
Rev 6:5And when the third seal was opened, I heard the third living creature saying: Be coming, and behold there was a black horse, and the one having sat upon it was having a balance in his hand.
Rev 6:6And I heard as a voice in the midst of the four living creatures saying: A quart of wheat for a denarius,and three quarts of barley for a denarius, and you should not injure the oil and the wine.
Rev 6:7And when he opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature saying: Be coming.
Rev 6:10And they cried out with a great voice saying: How long, O holy and true Lord, do you not judge and revenge our blood on those dwelling upon the land?
Rev 6:16and they say to the mountains and to the rocks: Fall upon us and hide us from the face of the one having sat upon the throne and from the wrath of the lamb.
Rev 7:3saying: Do not injure the land nor the sea nor the trees until we seal the slaves of our God upon their foreheads.
Rev 7:10and they cried out with a great voice saying: Salvation to our God, The one having sat upon the throne And to the lamb.
Rev 7:12saying: Amen. Blessing and glory and wisdom, And thanks and honor and ability and strength be to our God from the eternity of eternities, Amen.
Rev 7:13And one of the elders answered saying to me: Who are these clothed in the white robes and whence have they come?
Rev 8:11And the name of the star is called Wormwood. And a third of the waters became wormwood, and many people died from the waters because they were made bitter.
Rev 8:13And I saw, and I heard one of the eagles flying in the mid-heaven saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to those dwelling upon the land because of the rest of the voices of the trumpets of the three angels about to be trumpeting.
Rev 9:14saying to the sixth angel, the one having the trumpet: Loose the four angels bound in the great river Euphrates.
Rev 10:4And when the seven thunders spoke, I was about to be writing, and I heard a voice from heaven saying: Seal what the seven thunders spoke, and you may not write it.
Rev 10:8And the voice which I heard from heaven, they again spoke with me and they said: God, take the scroll opened in the hand of the angel standing upon the sea and the land.
Rev 10:9And I departed to the angel, saying to him: Give me the little-scroll. And he says to me: Take and devour it, and it will make your belly bitter, but in your mouth it will be sweet as honey.
Rev 10:11And they say to me: You must again prophecy about many peoples and nations and tongues and kings.
Rev 11:1And to me was given a reed like a rod, and the angel stood, saying: Be arising and measure the temple of God and the altar and those worshipping in it.
Rev 11:12And they heard a great voice from heaven saying to them: Come up here. And they went up into heaven in the cloud, and their enemies beheld them.
Rev 11:15And the seventh angel trumpeted, and great voices came to pass in heaven, saying: The kingdom of the word has become the kingdom of our Lord, And of his Christ, and he will be king to the eternity of eternities.
Rev 11:17saying: We thank you, O Lord God almighty, who is and who was, that you have taken your great power, And you have been king,
Rev 12:10And I heard a great voice in heaven saying: Now is the salvation come to pass and ability And the kingdom of our God And the authority of his Christ, For the accuser of his brothers is thrown out, The one accusing them before our God Day and night.
Rev 13:4and worshipped the dragon, because he gave authority to the wild-beast, and they worshipped the wild-beast saying: Who is like the wild-beast, and who is able to make war with him?
Rev 13:14And he deceives those dwelling on the land by the signs which were given to him to do before the wild-beast, saying to those dwelling on the land to make an image of the wild-beast, who has the wound of the sword and he zōē-lived.
Rev 14:7Saying with a great voice: Fear God and give him glory, for the hour of his judgment has come, and worship the one having made heaven and the land and sea and the fountains of waters.
Rev 14:8And another angel followed saying: Fallen, fallen in Babulōn the great, who made all the nations drink from the wine of the wrath of her fornication.
Rev 14:9And another third angel followed them saying with a great voice: If anyone worships the wild-beast and his image, and receives his mark upon his forehead or right hand,
Rev 14:13And I heard a voice from heaven saying: Write: Blessed are the dead in the Lord having died from henceforth. Yes, says the Lord, in order that they rest from their labors. For their works follow them.
Rev 14:18And another angel went out from the altar, the one having authority over the fire, and he cried with a great cry to the one having the sharp sickle, saying: Send forth your sharp sickle and gather the bunches of the vine of the land, for its grapes are ripe.
Rev 15:3And they sing the song of Mōsēs the slave of God and the song of the lamb, saying: Great and marvelous are your works, O Lord God almighty, Just and true are your ways, O king of the nations.
Rev 16:1And I heard a great voice from the temple saying to the seven angels: Be going and be pouring out the seven bowls of the anger of God upon the land.
Rev 16:5And I heard the angel of the waters saying: You are just, who is and who was, the approved, that you have judged thus.
Rev 16:7And I heard the one of the altar saying: Yes, O Lord God Almighty, your judgments are true and just.
Rev 16:17And the seventh angel poured out his bowl upon the air, and a great voice went out of the temple from the throne saying: It is come to pass.
Rev 17:1And one of the seven angels having the seven bowls came and spoke with me saying: Come! I will show you the judgment of the great fornicatress having sat upon many waters,
Rev 17:15And he says to me: The waters which you saw, where the fornicatress sits, are peoples and crowds and nations and tongues.
Rev 18:2For he cried out with a strong voice saying: Fallen fallen is Babulōn the great, and it has become the dwelling place of demons and a prison of every unclean and hated bird,
Rev 18:4And I heard another voice from heaven saying: Come out from her my people, lest you share with her sins, and lest you receive from her plagues.
Rev 18:7As much as she glorified herself and live luxuriously, this much torment and sorrow give to her. For in her heart she says that: I sit a queen and am not a widow and shall not see sorrowith
Rev 18:10having stood from afar because of fear of her torment, saying: Woe, woe, great city, Babulōn the strong city, for in one hour came your judgment.
Rev 18:16saying: Woe, woe, the great city, clothed with fine-linen and purple and scarlet, and bedecked with gold and precious stone and pearl,
Rev 18:18and were crying out seeing the smoke of her burning saying: What city is like the great city?
Rev 18:19And they throw dust on their heads and were crying out weeping and sorrowing, saying: Woe, woe, the great city, by which were made wealthy all those having ships in the sea, by her abundance.
Rev 18:21And one strong angel took a stone like a great millstone, and threw it into the sea saying: Thus with violent-rush will Babulōn the great city be thrown down, and it will not every be found.
Rev 19:1After these things I heard like a great sound of a great crowd in heaven saying: Alleluia, the salvation and glory and power is of our God,
Rev 19:4And the twenty four elders and the four living creatures fell and worshipped the God having sat upon the throne, saying: Amen, Alleluia.
Rev 19:5And a voice went out from the throne saying, Be praising our God, all his slaves, Those fearing him, the small and great.
Rev 19:6And I heard like the sound of a great crowd, and like the sound of many waters, and like the sound of strong thunders, saying: Alleluia, for our Lord God Almighty has reigned.
Rev 19:9And he says to me: Write: Blessed are those called to the wedding supper of the lamb. These are the true words of God.
Rev 19:10And I fell before his feet to worship him. And he says to me: See that you not do this; I am fellow-slave of you and your brothers having the testimony of Iēsous. Worship God. For the testimony of Iēsous is the spirit of prophecy.
Rev 19:17And I saw one angel standing in the sun, and he cried out with a great voice saying to all the birds flying in mid-heaven: Come, be gathered to the great supper of God,
Rev 21:3And I heard a great voice from the throne saying: Behold the tent of God is with humanity, and he will tent with them, and they will be his people, and God himself will be with them.
Rev 21:5And the one having sat upon the throne said: Behold I make everything newith And he says: Write, for these words are trustworthy and true.
Rev 21:9And one of the angels having the seven bowls filled with the seven last plagues came and spoke with me saying: Come! I will show you the bride, the wife of the lamb.
Rev 22:9And he says to me: See that you not do this. I am the fellow-slave of you and your brothers the prophets and of those keeping the words of this scroll. Worship God.
Rev 22:10And he says to me: You may not seal the words of prophecy of this scroll, for the opportune-time is near.
Rev 22:17And the spirit and the bride say: Be coming. And let the one hearing say: Be coming. And the one thirsting, let him come, the one wanting, let him receive the water of zōē-life as-a-gift.
Rev 22:20The one testifying these things says: Yes, I come swiftly. Amen, be coming, Lord Iēsous.