New Testament

MAKARIOS/μακάριος: blessed

 MAKARIŌ/μακαρίζω (adj) 


  1. to call or consider someone especially favored, call/consider blessed, happy, fortunate

All occurrences of MAKARIŌ/μακαρίζω in the NT:
Strong#: 3106
Occurrences: 2

Luke 1:48Because he has looked upon the humility of his slave For behold from now on will all generations call me blessed
Jam 5:11Behold we consider blessed those having endured. Hear the patience of Job and the purpose of the Lord. You know that the Lord is very pitying and merciful.

 MAKARIOS/μακάριος (adj) 


  1. pertaining to being fortunate or happy because of circumstances, fortunate, happy.
  2. pertaining to being especially favored, blessed, fortunate, happy, privileged

All occurrences of MAKARIOS/μακάριος in the NT:
Strong#: 3107
Occurrences: 49

Matt 5:3Blessed are the beggars in spirit For theirs is the kingdom of the heavens.
Matt 5:4Blessed are those mourning, For they will be comforted.
Matt 5:5Blessed are the humble, For they will inherit the earth.
Matt 5:6Blessed are those hungering and thirsting for justice, For they will be filled.
Matt 5:7Blessed are the merciful, For they will be shown mercy.
Matt 5:8Blessed are the pure in heart, For they will see God.
Matt 5:9Blessed are the peacemakers, For they will be called the sons of God.
Matt 5:10Blessed are those persecuted because of justice, For theirs is the kingdom of the heavens.
Matt 5:11Blessed are you when they reproach you and persecute you and say all wickedness against you falsely because of me.
Matt 11:6And blessed is he who shall not be offended in me.
Matt 13:16But blessed are your eyes because they look, and your ears because they hear.
Matt 16:17Iēsous answering said to him: Blessed are you, Simōn Bar-Iōna, for flesh and blood did not reveal this to you but my father in heaven.
Matt 24:46Blessed is that slave who when his lord comes he will find thus doing.
Luke 1:45And blessed is she who has believed that there will be completion to the things spoken to her by the Lord.
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 6:21Blessed are those hungering now, for they will be filled. Blessed are those crying now, for they shall laugh.
Luke 6:22Blessed are you when people hate you and exclude you and reproach you and cast out your name as wicked on account of the son of man.
Luke 7:23and blessed is he who is not stumbled in me.
Luke 10:23And having turned to the disciples privately he said: Blessed are the eyes seeing what you see.
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 11:28But he said: On the contrary, blessed are those hearing the word of God and guarding it.
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 12:38And if in the second or in the third watch he come and find them thus, blessed are those.
Luke 12:43Blessed is that slave whom when his lord comes finds him thus doing.
Luke 14:14and you will be blessed, because they do not have to repay you. For it will be repaid to you in the resurrection of the just.
Luke 14:15But when one of those laying back with him heard these things he said to him: Blessed is he who eats bread in the kingdom of God.
Luke 23:29because behold days will come in which they will say: Blessed are the barren, and those bellies which have not begotten, and those breasts which have not given suck.
John 13:17If you know these things, blessed are you if you do them.
John 20:29Iēsous says to him: Because you have seen me, you believe; Blessed are those not having seen and have believed.
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 26:2Concerning all of which I am accused by the Jews, King Agrippa, I consider myself blessed about to be making my defense today before you,
Rom 4:7Blessed are they whose lawlessness is forgiven and whose sins are covered.
Rom 4:8Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not reckon sin.
Rom 14:22The faith which you have according to yourself, be having it before God. Blessed is the one not judging himself in what he approves,
1Cor 7:40But she is more blessed if she remains thus, according to my knowledge; but I seem to be also having the spirit of God.
1Tim 1:11according to the good-news of the glory of the blessed God, which I was entrusted.
1Tim 6:15which in his own times he will show who is the blessed and only Potentate, the king of those being king and Lord of those being Lord,
Tit 2:13awaiting the blessed hope and glorious appearance of our great God and savior Christ Iēsous,
Jam 1:12Blessed is the man who endures a trial, because after becoming tested, he will receive the crown of zōē-life, which he promised to those agapē-loving him.
Jam 1:25But the one having stopped-to-look into the complete law of liberty and having remained near, not having become a forgetful hearer but a doer of works, this one will be blessed in his doing.
1Pet 3:14But if you might also suffer on account of justice, You are blessed. But you should not fear their fear not be troubled,
1Pet 4:14If you are reproached for the name of Christ, You are blessed, for the spirit of glory and of God rests upon you.
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 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 16:15Behold I come as a thief. Blessed is the one watching, and keeping his garments, in order that he not be walking naked and they see his shame.
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 20:6Blessed and holy is the one having part in the first resurrection. Over these the second death does not have authority, but these will reign with him the thousand years.
Rev 22:7And behold I come swiftly. Blessed is the one keeping the words of prophecy of this scroll.
Rev 22:14Blessed are those washing their robes, in order that their authority will be for the tree of zōē-life and that they may enter the gates into the city.

 MAKARISMOS/μακαρισμός (noun) 


  1. pronouncement of being in receipt of special favor, blessing

All occurrences of MAKARISMOS/μακαρισμός in the NT:
Strong#: 3108
Occurrences: 3

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.
Gal 4:15Where therefore is your blessing? For I testify to you that, if possible, having torn out your eyes you would have given them to me.