New Testament

PASCŌ/πάσχω: to suffer

 PASCŌ/πάσχω (verb) 

[BDAG]: ‘to experience something, be treated’ (PASCŌ/πάσχω expresses the passive idea corresponding to the active idea in ποιέω/POIEŌ [‘to do’]) of everything that befalls a person, whether good or ill. Yet its usage developed in such a way that PASCŌ/πάσχω came to be used less and less frequently in a good sense, and never thus without some clear indication, at least from the context, that the good sense is meant. In our literature it is found:

  1. only once in the sense experience something (pleasant) of one who experiences special blessing Gal.3:4
  2. Likewise there is only one place in which PASCŌ/πάσχω has a neutral meaning. Even here the addition of KAKŌS/κακῶς gives it an unfavorable connotation: be badly off, in an evil plight: Matt 17:15
  3. In all other places, as always in LXX, in an unfavorable sense suffer, endure.

All occurrences of PASCŌ/πάσχω in the NT:
Strong#: 3958
Occurrences: 42

Matt 16:21From then on Iēsous began to explain to the disciples that he must depart into Hierosoluma and suffer many things from the elders and chief priests and scribes and be killed and rise on the third day.
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 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.
Mark 5:26and having suffered much from many physicians and having spent all she had, and having profited nothing but rather having become worse,
Mark 8:31And he began to be teaching that: It is necessary that the Son of Humanity suffer many things, and be rejected by the elders and the chief priests and the scribes and be killed and after three days to arise.
Mark 9:12But he said to them: Ēlias indeed having come first will set everything in order. And how is it written about the son of humanity, in order that many things he should suffer and should be treated with contempt?
Luke 9:22saying that: The son of humanity must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders and chief priests and scribes and be killed and on the third day rise.
Luke 13:2And answering he said to them: Do you suppose that these Galileans were sinners more than all the Galileans because of these things that they suffered?
Luke 17:25But first it is necessary he suffer and be rejected by this generation.
Luke 22:15And he said to them: With desire have I desired to eat this passover with you before I suffer.
Luke 24:26Must not the Christ suffer these things and enter into his glory?
Luke 24:46And he said to them that: It is likewise written that the Christ suffer and arise from the dead on the third day,
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 3:18But God thus fulfilled what things he foretold through the mouth of all the prophets, that his Christ would suffer.
Acts 9:16For I will show him how much he must suffer in behalf of my name.
Acts 17:3opening and demonstrating that the Christ must suffer and be raised from the dead, and that: This Iēsous is the Christ, whom I proclaim to you.
Acts 28:5On the one hand therefore having shaken the wild-beast off into the fire he suffered nothing evil,
1Cor 12:26And if one member suffers, all the members suffer, or one member is glorified, all the members rejoice.
2Cor 1:6So whether we are afflicted, it is in behalf of your encouragement and salvation; whether we are encouraged, it is in behalf of your encouragement which is effective towards endurance of the same sufferings which we also suffer.
Gal 3:4Have you suffered so many things without reason? If it indeed be without reason.
Phil 1:29For to you has been graced in behalf of Christ not only to be believing him but also to be suffering on account of him,
1Thes 2:14For you became imitators, brothers, of the churches of God being in Ioudaia in Christ Iēsous, for you also suffered the same things from your own countrymen, just as they also from Ioudaia,
2Thes 1:5evidence of the just judgment of God, to the end that you be considered worthy of the kingdom of God, to the end that you be considered worthy of the kingdom of God, for which you also suffer,
2Tim 1:12for which reason I also suffer these things but I am not ashamed, for I know in whom I have believed, and I am persuaded that he is able to keep my deposit to that day.
Heb 2:18For in what he himself suffered when he was tested, he is able for those being tested to be help.
Heb 5:8although being son, he learned obedience from what he suffered,
Heb 9:26since it was necessary he often suffer from the foundation of the world, but now once to the consummation of eternity for the setting-aside of sins through his sacrifice he is revealed.
Heb 13:12Therefore also Iēsous, in order that he make the people holy through his own blood, suffered outside of the gate.
1Pet 2:19For this is grace, if because of conscience toward God he endures some pain, suffering unjustly.
1Pet 2:20For what sort of credit is it if sinning and being beaten for it you endure? But if doing good and suffering for it you endure, this is grace with God.
1Pet 2:21For to this were you called, for Christ also suffered in your behalf, leaving us an example in order that you follow in his path,
1Pet 2:23who being reviled did not revile in return, suffering he did not threaten, but was delivering himself up to the one judging justly;
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 3:17For it is better, if it might be the will of God, to be suffering doing good than doing evil.
1Pet 3:18For once did Christ suffer concerning our sins, the just in behalf of the unjust, in order that he bring you to God, having been put to death in the flesh but made-zōē-alive in the spirit,
1Pet 4:1Christ therefore having suffered in our behalf in the flesh, arm yourselves with the same thought, that the one having suffered in the flesh has ceased from sin,
1Pet 4:15For let not anyone be suffering as murderer or thief or evil-doer or as busybody;
1Pet 4:19So, let those suffering according to the will of God commit their psuchē-lives in well-doing to the trustworthy creator.
1Pet 5:10Now the God of all grace, the one having called you into his eternal glory in Christ, you having suffered a little, will himself restore, establish, strengthen, and give you foundation.
Rev 2:10Be not fearing what you are about to be suffering. Behold the Devil is about to be throwing some of you into prison, in order that you be tested, and you will have affliction ten days. Become trustworthy to death, and I will give to you the crown of zōē-life.