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  • Mark Goodacre
    Are there any good recent studies on examples of verbatim agreement between John and the Synoptics? I am just reflecting on the role played by verbatim
    Message 1 of 11 , Aug 9 10:25 AM
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      Are there any good recent studies on examples of verbatim agreement
      between John and the Synoptics? I am just reflecting on the role
      played by verbatim agreement in Thomas / Synoptic parallels and
      thinking about how they compare / contrast with John / Synoptic
      parallels. Looking at Streeter's list, one of the most impressive
      examples is Mark 2.9, Ἔγειρε καὶ ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ περιπάτει
      in parallel with John 5.8,  Ἔγειρε ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ
      περιπάτει. That is a six or seven word verbatim agreement, depending
      on how one counts, and it includes an unusual word (κράβαττόν). But
      is that the best there is? I'd be particularly interested to hear of
      any recent bibliography in this area, if anyone knows of any.

      Thanks
      Mark

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    • jgibson000@comcast.net
      ... I believe there are some agreements in the Feeding scene and in the description of Jesus anointing where pistic nard shows up in the Markan and Johannine
      Message 2 of 11 , Aug 9 10:42 AM
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        On 8/9/2011 12:25 PM, Mark Goodacre wrote:
        > Are there any good recent studies on examples of verbatim agreement
        > between John and the Synoptics? I am just reflecting on the role
        > played by verbatim agreement in Thomas / Synoptic parallels and
        > thinking about how they compare / contrast with John / Synoptic
        > parallels. Looking at Streeter's list, one of the most impressive
        > examples is Mark 2.9, Ἔγειρε καὶ ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ περιπάτει
        > in parallel with John 5.8, Ἔγειρε ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ
        > περιπάτει. That is a six or seven word verbatim agreement, depending
        > on how one counts, and it includes an unusual word (κράβαττόν). But
        > is that the best there is? I'd be particularly interested to hear of
        > any recent bibliography in this area, if anyone knows of any.
        >
        > Thanks
        > Mark
        >
        >
        I believe there are some agreements in the Feeding scene and in the
        description of Jesus' anointing where pistic nard shows up in the Markan
        and Johannine accounts.

        Does Brown discuss the question? I would be surprised if Percival
        Gardner-Smith (/St. John and the Synoptic Gospels/ [Cambridge: Cambridge
        University Press, 1938]) doesn't do so.

        Jeffrey




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        1500 W. Pratt Blvd.
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      • jgibson000@comcast.net
        ... D. Moody Smith John Among the Gospels James D. Dvorak, THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOHN AND THE SYNOPTIC GOSPELS JETS 41/2 (June 1998) 201–213 at
        Message 3 of 11 , Aug 9 10:47 AM
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          On 8/9/2011 12:25 PM, Mark Goodacre wrote:
          > But
          > is that the best there is? I'd be particularly interested to hear of
          > any recent bibliography in this area, if anyone knows of any.
          >
          > Thanks
          > Mark
          >
          >
          D. Moody Smith John Among the Gospels
          James D. Dvorak, THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOHN AND THE SYNOPTIC
          GOSPELS JETS 41/2 (June 1998) 201–213 at
          http://www.etsjets.org/files/JETS-PDFs/41/41-2/41-2-pp201-213-JETS.pdf


          Jeffrey
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          Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon)
          1500 W. Pratt Blvd.
          Chicago, Illinois
          e-mail jgibson000@...
        • Matson, Mark (Academic)
          Mark: You might look in the chapter in my book (In Dialogue with Another Gospel) that catalogues similarities. Paul Anderson also has an appendix in his
          Message 4 of 11 , Aug 9 10:52 AM
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            Mark:

            You might look in the chapter in my book (In Dialogue with Another Gospel) that catalogues similarities. Paul Anderson also has an appendix in his Christology book.

            mark

            Mark A. Matson
            Academic Dean
            Milligan College
            423-461-8720
            http://www.milligan.edu/administrative/mmatson/personal.htm


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            > From: johannine_literature@yahoogroups.com
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            > Subject: [John_Lit] Verbatim agreements between John and the Synoptics
            >
            > Are there any good recent studies on examples of verbatim agreement
            > between John and the Synoptics? I am just reflecting on the role played
            > by verbatim agreement in Thomas / Synoptic parallels and thinking about
            > how they compare / contrast with John / Synoptic parallels. Looking at
            > Streeter's list, one of the most impressive examples is Mark 2.9,
            > Ἔγειρε καὶ ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ περιπάτει in parallel with John
            > 5.8,  Ἔγειρε ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ περιπάτει. That is a six or seven
            > word verbatim agreement, depending on how one counts, and it includes an
            > unusual word (κράβαττόν). But is that the best there is? I'd be
            > particularly interested to hear of any recent bibliography in this area,
            > if anyone knows of any.
            >
            > Thanks
            > Mark
            >
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            > Mark Goodacre
            > Duke University
            > Department of Religion
            > Gray Building / Box 90964
            > Durham, NC 27708-0964    USA
            > Phone: 919-660-3503        Fax: 919-660-3530
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            > http://www.markgoodacre.org
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          • Stephen Carlson
            Mark, I don t have any studies off-hand, but I do have a computer program. ;-) There s a 9-word agreement ἀμὴν λέγω ὑμῖν ὅτι εἷς ἐξ
            Message 5 of 11 , Aug 9 11:02 AM
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              Mark,

              I don't have any studies off-hand, but I do have a computer program. ;-)

              There's a 9-word agreement ἀμὴν λέγω ὑμῖν ὅτι εἷς ἐξ ὑμῶν παραδώσει με at
              John 13:21 and Mark 14:48 = Matt 26:21.

              There's a 7-word agreement Ὡσαννά· Εὐλογημένος ὁ ἐρχόμενος ἐν ὀνόματι κυρίου
              at John 12:13 and Mark 11:9 = Psalm 118:25 (LXX 117:26), but without Ὡσαννά.

              There's a 6-word agreement ἀπολύσω ὑμῖν τὸν βασιλέα τῶν Ἰουδαίων at John
              18:39 and Mark 15:9.

              If you want more distinctive words, there is the 3-word agreement μύρου
              νάρδου πιστικῆς at John 12:3 and Mark 14:3.

              Stephen

              There's a case where Matthew is somewhat closer to John than Mark for 8
              words in order, 12 overall:

              Matt 26:11 πάντοτε γὰρ τοὺς πτωχοὺς ἔχετε μεθ’ ἑαυτῶν, ἐμὲ δὲ οὐ πάντοτε
              ἔχετε·

              John 12:8 τοὺς πτωχοὺς γὰρ πάντοτε ἔχετε μεθ’ ἑαυτῶν, ἐμὲ δὲ οὐ πάντοτε
              ἔχετε.

              (Mark 14:7 would have been identical to Matt 26:11, except that there is
              an unparalleled clause in the middle καὶ ὅταν θέλητε δύνασθε αὐτοῖς εὖ
              ποιῆσαι,)

              On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 1:25 PM, Mark Goodacre <Goodacre@...> wrote:
              >
              > Are there any good recent studies on examples of verbatim agreement
              > between John and the Synoptics? I am just reflecting on the role
              > played by verbatim agreement in Thomas / Synoptic parallels and
              > thinking about how they compare / contrast with John / Synoptic
              > parallels. Looking at Streeter's list, one of the most impressive
              > examples is Mark 2.9, Ἔγειρε καὶ ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ περιπάτει
              > in parallel with John 5.8, Ἔγειρε ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ
              > περιπάτει. That is a six or seven word verbatim agreement, depending
              > on how one counts, and it includes an unusual word (κράβαττόν). But
              > is that the best there is? I'd be particularly interested to hear of
              > any recent bibliography in this area, if anyone knows of any.
              >
              > Thanks
              > Mark
              >
              > --
              > Mark Goodacre
              > Duke University
              > Department of Religion
              > Gray Building / Box 90964
              > Durham, NC 27708-0964 USA
              > Phone: 919-660-3503 Fax: 919-660-3530
              >
              > http://www.markgoodacre.org
              >
              >



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              Stephen C. Carlson
              Graduate Program in Religion
              Duke University


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            • Mardaga, Hellen
              Mark What is the literary theory behind it? Is it just looking at similarities between the four gospels or is there more? There are two german articles that
              Message 6 of 11 , Aug 9 11:06 AM
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                Mark



                What is the literary theory behind it?

                Is it just looking at similarities between the four gospels or is there more?

                There are two german articles that take care of listing all similarities (otto culmann I think). But since you are asking for recent studies, I am not sure you want these.



                H. Mardaga



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                Subject: Re: [John_Lit] Verbatim agreements between John and the Synoptics



                Mark,

                I don't have any studies off-hand, but I do have a computer program. ;-)

                There's a 9-word agreement ἀμὴν λέγω ὑμῖν ὅτι εἷς ἐξ ὑμῶν παραδώσει με at
                John 13:21 and Mark 14:48 = Matt 26:21.

                There's a 7-word agreement Ὡσαννά· Εὐλογημένος ὁ ἐρχόμενος ἐν ὀνόματι κυρίου
                at John 12:13 and Mark 11:9 = Psalm 118:25 (LXX 117:26), but without Ὡσαννά.

                There's a 6-word agreement ἀπολύσω ὑμῖν τὸν βασιλέα τῶν Ἰουδαίων at John
                18:39 and Mark 15:9.

                If you want more distinctive words, there is the 3-word agreement μύρου
                νάρδου πιστικῆς at John 12:3 and Mark 14:3.

                Stephen

                There's a case where Matthew is somewhat closer to John than Mark for 8
                words in order, 12 overall:

                Matt 26:11 πάντοτε γὰρ τοὺς πτωχοὺς ἔχετε μεθ’ ἑαυτῶν, ἐμὲ δὲ οὐ πάντοτε
                ἔχετε·

                John 12:8 τοὺς πτωχοὺς γὰρ πάντοτε ἔχετε μεθ’ ἑαυτῶν, ἐμὲ δὲ οὐ πάντοτε
                ἔχετε.

                (Mark 14:7 would have been identical to Matt 26:11, except that there is
                an unparalleled clause in the middle καὶ ὅταν θέλητε δύνασθε αὐτοῖς εὖ
                ποιῆσαι,)

                On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 1:25 PM, Mark Goodacre <Goodacre@...<mailto:Goodacre%40gmail.com>> wrote:
                >
                > Are there any good recent studies on examples of verbatim agreement
                > between John and the Synoptics? I am just reflecting on the role
                > played by verbatim agreement in Thomas / Synoptic parallels and
                > thinking about how they compare / contrast with John / Synoptic
                > parallels. Looking at Streeter's list, one of the most impressive
                > examples is Mark 2.9, Ἔγειρε καὶ ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ περιπάτει
                > in parallel with John 5.8, Ἔγειρε ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ
                > περιπάτει. That is a six or seven word verbatim agreement, depending
                > on how one counts, and it includes an unusual word (κράβαττόν). But
                > is that the best there is? I'd be particularly interested to hear of
                > any recent bibliography in this area, if anyone knows of any.
                >
                > Thanks
                > Mark
                >
                > --
                > Mark Goodacre
                > Duke University
                > Department of Religion
                > Gray Building / Box 90964
                > Durham, NC 27708-0964 USA
                > Phone: 919-660-3503 Fax: 919-660-3530
                >
                > http://www.markgoodacre.org
                >
                >

                --
                --
                Stephen C. Carlson
                Graduate Program in Religion
                Duke University

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              • jgibson000@comcast.net
                ... It is part of the argument about Johannine dependence on the Synoptics -- defended by Barrett and Neirynck. ... Did you mean Oscar Cullmann? Jeffrey --
                Message 7 of 11 , Aug 9 11:12 AM
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                  On 8/9/2011 1:06 PM, Mardaga, Hellen wrote:
                  > Mark
                  >
                  >
                  >
                  > What is the literary theory behind it?
                  >
                  > Is it just looking at similarities between the four gospels or is there more?
                  >
                  It is part of the argument about Johannine dependence on the Synoptics
                  -- defended by Barrett and Neirynck.
                  > There are two german articles that take care of listing all similarities (otto culmann I think). But since you are asking for recent studies, I am not sure you want these.
                  >
                  >
                  Did you mean Oscar Cullmann?

                  Jeffrey

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                • Timothy P. Jenney
                  Good idea, Stphen! Accordance Bible Softwar also allows users to perform an infer search [explores intertextulity betwee texts]. I did a search for a string of
                  Message 8 of 11 , Aug 9 1:15 PM
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                    Good idea, Stphen!

                    Accordance Bible Softwar also allows users to perform an infer search
                    [explores intertextulity betwee texts].

                    I did a search for a string of six idenical lemmas inthe same verse, in
                    order (plus or minus one word), betwee John and the Synptics. The result
                    was that 394 total verses in the Synoptis had such a phrae.

                    Hee are the references:
                    Matt 1:18; 2:2, 5; 3:3, 11, 15, 17; 4:6, 10; 5:14, 16, 0, 22, 5–26, 28,
                    32; 6:1–2, 5–6, 8, 18; 7:11, 21; 8:4, 14, 20–21,23, 33–34; 99–10, 15, 19,
                    23, 28, 30, 3637; 10:23, 25, 32–33, 37, 39, 42 11:3, 19, 27; 12:4, 11, 18,
                    23, 4, 49–50; 1:19, 36–38; 14:22, 27; 15:28, 34, 39; 16:13, 16–17, 21,
                    24–25, 2–28; 174–5, 9, 22, 25; 18:1, 3, 21–22; 19:17, 23–24, 26, 28;
                    20:13, 17, 25–2; 21:1, , 9, 11–12, 14–15, 19, 21, 24, 31, 43; 2:16, 29,
                    42 23:30, 39; 24:2, 4, 34–35, 47; 25:8, 40; 26:3, 10–11, 14, 18 21, 24–25,
                    2931, 34, 45, 52–53, 63–64; 27:11, 17, 22, 29, 37, 40, 4; 28:1, 10; Mak
                    1:3, 7, 9, 11, 14, 17, 24–25, 37; 2:9, 11, 13, 15, 18–19, 6, 28; 3:7, 1,
                    28, 31–32; 4:11, 13,15, 38; 5:18–19, 22, 31, 33; 6:1 4, 14–15, 24, 29, 35,
                    45, 48, 5051; 7:18, 28–29, 33–34; 84, 10, 27, 29 31, 34–35, 38–9:1; 9:5,
                    7, 9, 12–13, 19, 22–23, 29, 31, 3, 41–42, 47;10:14, 18, 23–25, 27, 29, 37,
                    39, 51; 11:2–3, 6, 9, 11, 14 22–23, 25, 31 12:7, 14, 16–17, 37, 43;
                    13:1–3, 19, 24 30–31; 14:1, 13, 16, 18 21–22, 24, 26–27, 30, 34, 54,
                    61–62, 65, 72; 15:2 9 24, 29; 16:1, 5–7; Luke 1:19, 23, 28, 61, 73; 2:49,
                    51; 3:4, 12, 17 2; 4:4, 6, 8–9, 12, 24–25, 34–35, 41; 5:10–12, 21, 29–31;
                    6:4–5, 7–, 0; 7:3, 11, 13, 34, 36, 40; 8:45, 50; 9:22, 24, 26–27, 32–33,
                    35, 44,50,58, 62; 10:22, 26 37; 11:5, 7, 15, 48; 12:10, 22, 32, 37, 44;
                    13:12, 25, 27, 5; 14:26; 15:18 31; 16:15, 27–28; 17:17, 24, 30–31, , 37;
                    18:3, 16, 19, 22, 24, 29; 19:9, 26, 35; 20:1, 5, 15, 19, 34; 21:3–33,37–38; 22:19, 27, 29–30, 38, 59, 67, 69–70; 23:3, 34–5, 37, 43; 24:1, 5,
                    2 17, 19, 24, 36, 39–40, 44

                    Here is the hits graph:



                    For comparison’s sake ere is the same search using Thomas with the
                    Synoptis (48 hits):
                    Matt 627, 33; 7:3, 5; 10:16, 26; 12:28; 13:36; 19:10, 30; 21:19 43; 23:9,
                    13; Mar 1:15; 5:31; 7:1, 5; 9:12, 31; 10:15, 31; 12:34; 13:1; 1412–13;
                    Luke 4:24;:30 6:20, 41–42; 7:11; 8:1, 10, 17, 22; 9:2, 11; 10:9; 11:20,
                    52; 13:18, 8; 15:2 16:16; 17:21; 18:17; 24:7

                    And he graph:



                    I tried to paste the Greek text resuls in Unicode into this e-ail, but the
                    search highlighting did not copy over I had to use Accordance’snative
                    Greek ont instead, which is Helena. [A coy of it is attached to this
                    e-mail.] I’v appended those results as wel.

                    Hope this helps!

                    Blessings,
                    Dr. Tmothy P. Jenney
                    Adj. Faculty, Regent niversity, School of Diinity
                    Host an Producer, “Lighting the Lamp,” (Watch it on iTunes!)
                    Accordanc Bible Softwae

                    Thomas in the Synoptics
                    Matt 6:27 ti÷ß de« e˙x uJmw◊n merimn◊n du/natai prsqei√nai e˙pi th\n
                    hJliki÷an aujtouv phvcun eºna;

                    Matt 6:33 zhtei√te de« prw◊ton th\n bailei÷n [touv qeouv] kai« th\n
                    diaiosu/nhn aujtouv, kai« tauvta pa¿ntaprosteqh/setai uJmi√n.

                    Matt 7:3 ti÷de« ble÷peiß to\ ka¿rfoß to\ e˙n twˆ◊ ojqalmwˆ◊ touv aÓdelfouv
                    sou, th\n de«e˙ntwˆ◊ swˆ◊ ojfqalmwˆ◊ doko\n ouj katanoei√ß;

                    Matt 7:5 uJpokrita¿, e¶kbal prw◊ton ˙k touv ojfqalmouv souv th\n doko/n,
                    kai« to/te diale÷yeß e˙kbalei√n to\ ka¿rfoß e˙k touv ojfqalmouv touv
                    aÓdelfouv sou.

                    Matt10:6 ∆Idou\ e˙gw» aÓposte÷llw uJma◊ß wJß pro/bata e˙n me÷swˆ
                    lu/kw: gi÷nsqe ou™n fro/nimoi wJß oi˚ o¡feiß kai« aÓke÷raioi wß ai˚
                    peristerai÷.

                    Matt 0:26 Mh\ ou™n fobhqhvte aujtou/ß: oujde« ga¿r e˙stin
                    kekalumme÷non o§ oujk aÓpoalufqh/setai kai« krupto\n o§ uj gnwsqh/setai.

                    Matt 12:28 ei˙ d« e˙n pneu/mati qeouv e˙gw» e˙kba¿llw ta» dimo/nia, a‡ra
                    e¶fqasen e˙f∆uJma◊ß hJ basilei÷a touvqeouv.

                    Matt 13:36 To/te aÓfei«ß tou\ß o¡cloußh™lqen ei˙ß th\n o˙ki÷an. kai«
                    proshvlqon aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv le÷gonteß: diaafhson hJmi√n th\n
                    parabolh\n tw◊n zizani÷wn touv aÓgrouv.

                    Matt 19:10 Le÷gousin aujtwˆ oi˚ maqhtai« [aujtouv]: ei˙ u¢twß e˙sti«n
                    hJ ai˙ti÷a touv aÓnqrw¿pou meta thvß gunaiko/ß, ouj sumfe÷rei gmhvsi.

                    Matt 19:30 polloi« de« e¶sontai prw◊toi e¶scatoi kai« e¶scatoi prw◊toi.
                    Matt 21:1 kai« i˙dw»n sukhvn mian e˙pi« thvß oJdouv h™lqen e˙p∆ aujth\nkai« oujde«n eu∞ren e˙n aujthØv ei˙ mh fu/lla mo/non, kai« le÷gei aujthØv:
                    mke÷tie˙k souv karpo\ß ge÷nhtai ei˙ß to\n ai˙w◊na. kai« e˙xhra¿nqh
                    pararhvma hJ sukh.

                    Matt 21:43 dia» touvto le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti aÓrqh/setai aÓf∆ Jmw◊n hJ
                    basileia touv qeouv kai« doqh/setai e¶qnei poiouvnti tou\ß karpoß
                    aujthvß.

                    Mtt 23:9 kai« pate÷ra mh\ kale÷shte uJmw◊n e˙pi« thvß ghvß,ei–ß ga¿r
                    estin uJmw◊n oJ path\r oJoujra¿nioß.

                    Matt 23:13 Oujai« de« uJmi√n, grammtei√ß kai« Farisa√oi uJpokritai÷,
                    o¢ti klei÷ete th\n basilei÷an tw◊n oujraw◊n e¶mprosqen tw◊naÓnqrw¿pwn:
                    uJmei√ßga»r oujk ei˙se÷rcesqe oujde« tou\ß ei˙sercome÷nouß aÓfiete
                    ei˙selqei√n.
                    Mark 1:15 kai« le÷gwn o¢ti peplh/rwtai oJ kairo\ß kai« h¡giken hJ asilei÷a
                    touv qeouv: metanoei√te kai« pisteu/ete e˙ twˆ◊ eujaggeli÷wˆ.

                    ark 5:31 kai« e¶legon aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv: blepeiß to\n o¡clon
                    sunli÷bonta¿ se kai« le÷geiß: ti÷ß mou h¢yato;

                    Mark 7:1 Kai« suna¿gontai pr\ß aujto\n oi˚ Farisai√oi kai÷ tineß tw◊n
                    grammae÷wn e˙lqo/nteß aÓpo\ ÔIerosolu/mwn.

                    Mark 7: ki« e˙perwtw◊sin aujto\n i˚ Farisai√oi kai« oi˚ grammatei√ß: dia»
                    ti÷ ouj perpatouvsin oi˚ maqhta÷ sou kata» th\n para¿dosin tw◊n
                    presbute÷rwn, aÓlla» konai√ß cersi«n e˙sqiousin to\n a‡rton;

                    Mark 9:12 oJ de« e¶fh aujtoi√ß: Hli÷aß me«n e˙lqw»n prw◊ton aÓpkaqista¿ne
                    pa¿nta: kai« pw◊ß ge÷graptai e˙pi« to\nui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou iºna pola»
                    pa¿qhØ kai« e˙xoudenhqhØv;

                    Mark 9:31 e˙d÷dasken ga»r tou\ß maqhta»ß ajtouv kai« e¶legen aujtoi√ß o¢ti
                    oJ ui˚o\ß tou aÓnqrw¿pou paradi÷dota ei˙ß cei√raß aÓnqrw¿pw kai«
                    aÓpoktenouvsin aujto/n kai« aÓpoktanqei«ß meta» trei√ß hJme÷raß
                    aÓnasth/setai.

                    Mark 10:15 aÓmh\n le÷gw Jmi√n, o§ß a·n mh\ de÷xhtai th\n basilei÷an touv
                    qeouv wJß paidion, ouj mh\ ei˙se÷lqhØ ei˙ß aujth/n.

                    Mark 10:31 polloi« de« e¶sontai rw◊toi e¶scatoi kai« [oi˚] e¶scatoi
                    prw◊toi.

                    Mark 12:34 kai« oJ ∆Ihsouvßi˙dw»n [aujto\n] o¢ti nounecw◊ß aÓpekri÷qh
                    ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ouj makra»n ei• aÓpo\ thvß asilei÷aß touv qeouv. kai«
                    oujdei«ß oujke÷ti e˙to/lma aujto\n e˙perwthvsi.

                    Mark 13:1 Kai« e˙kporeuome÷nou aujtou e˙k touv i˚erouv le÷gei aujtwˆ◊
                    ei–ß tw◊n maqhtw◊n aujtouv: dida¿skale, i¶depotapoi« li÷qoi kai« potapai«
                    oi˙kodomai÷.

                    Mark 14:12 Kai« thØv prw¿thØ hJme÷raˆ twn aÓzu/mwn, o¢te to\ p¿sca
                    e¶quon, le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv: pouv qe÷leiß aÓpelqo/nteße˚toima¿swmen iºna fa¿ghØß to\ pa¿sca; 13 ai« aÓposte÷llei du/o tw◊n
                    maqhtw◊n aujtouv kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: uJpa¿gete eiß th\n po/lin, kai«
                    aÓpanth/sei uJmi√n a‡nqrwpoß kera¿mion u¢datoß basta¿zwn:aÓkolouqh/sate
                    aujtwˆ◊

                    Luke 4:24 ei•pen de÷: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢tioujdei«ß profh/thß dekto/ß
                    e˙stin e˙n thØv patri÷di aujtouv.

                    Luke 5:0 kai« e˙go/gguzon oi˚ Frisai√oi kai« oi˚ grammatei√ß aujtw◊n pro\ß
                    tou\ß maqhta»ß aujtouv legonteß: dia» ti÷ meta» tw◊n telwnw◊n kai«
                    aJmartwlw◊n e˙sqi÷ete kai« pi÷nete

                    Luke 6:20 Kai« aujto\ß e˙pa¿raß tou\ß ojqalmou\ß aujtouv ei˙ß tou\ß
                    maqha»ß aujtouv e¶legen:
                    Maka¿rioi oi˚ ptwcoi÷,
                    o¢ti uJmete÷ra e˙stin hJ basilei÷a touv qeouv.

                    Luke 6:41 Ti÷ de« ble÷peiß o\ ka¿rfoß to\ e˙n twˆ◊ ojfqalmwˆ◊ touv
                    aÓdelfouv sou, th\n de« doko\n th\n ˙n twˆ◊ i˙di÷wˆ ojfqalmwˆ◊ ouj
                    katanoei√ß; 42 pw◊ß du/nasai le÷gein twˆ◊aÓdelfwˆ◊ sou: aÓdelfe÷, a‡feß
                    e˙kba¿lw to\ ka¿rfoß to\ e˙n twˆ◊ ojfqalwˆ◊ sou, aujto\ß th\n e˙n twˆ◊
                    ojfqalmwˆ◊ sou dko\n ouj ble÷pwn; uJpokrita¿, e¶kbale prw◊ton th\n doko\n
                    e˙k touv ojfqalmou sou, kai« to/te diable÷yeiß to\ ka¿rfoß to\ e˙n twˆ◊
                    ojfqalmwˆ◊ touv aÓdelfuv sou e˙kbalei√n.

                    Luke 7:11 Kai« e˙ge÷neto e˙n twˆ◊ e˚xhvß e˙pore/qh ei˙ß po/lin
                    kaloume÷nhn Nai∑n kai« sueporeu/onto aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv kai«
                    o¡cloß polu/ß.

                    Luke 8: Kai« e˙ge÷neto e˙n twˆ◊ kaqexhvß kai« aujto\ß diw¿deuen kata»
                    po/lin ai« kw¿mhn khru/sswn kai« eujaggelizo/menoß th\n basilei÷an touv
                    qeou kai« oi˚ dw¿deka su\n jtwˆ◊,

                    Luke 8:10 oJ de« ei•pen: uJmi√n de÷dotai gnw◊nai ta» musth/ria thvß
                    basilei÷aß touv qeouv, toiß de« loipoi√ß e˙n parabolai√ß, iºna
                    ble÷ponteß mh\ ble÷pwsin
                    kai« aÓkou/onteß mh\ suniw◊sin.

                    Luke 8:17 ouj ga¿r e˙stin krupto\n o§ uj fanero\n genh/setai oujde«
                    aÓpo/krufon o§ ouj mh\ gnwsqhØv kai« ei˙ß anero\n e¶lqhØ.

                    Luke 8:22 ∆Ege÷neto de« e˙n miaˆ◊ tw◊n hJmerw◊n ki« aujto\ß e˙ne÷bh
                    i˙ ploi√on kai« oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv kai« ei•pen pro\ß aujtou/ß:
                    die÷lqwmen eiß to\ pe÷ran thvß li÷mnhß, kai« aÓnh/cqhsan.

                    Luke 9:2 kai« aÓpe÷steilen aujou\ß khru/ssein th\n basili÷an touv qeouv
                    kai« i˙a◊sqai [tou\ß aÓsqenei√ß],

                    Luke 9:11 oi˚ de« o¡cloi gno/nteß hjkolou/qhsan aujtwˆ◊: kai« aÓpodexa¿menoß
                    aujtou\ß ˙la¿lei aujtoi√ß peri« thvß basilei÷aß touv qeouv, kai« tou\ß
                    crei÷an e¶conta qeraei÷aß i˙a◊to.

                    Luke 10:9 kai« qerapeu/ete tou\ß e˙n aujthØv aÓsqenei√ß ai« le÷gete
                    aujtoi√ß: h¡ggiken e˙f∆ uJma◊ß hJ basilei÷a touv qeouv.

                    Luke 1:20 ei˙ de« e˙n daktu/lwˆ qeouv [e˙gw»] e˙kba¿llw ta» daimo/niaa‡ra
                    e¶fqasen e˙f∆ uJm◊ßhJ basilei÷a touv qeouv.

                    Luke 11:52 Oujai« uJmi√n toi√ß nomikoi√, o¢ti h¡rate th\n klei√da thvß
                    gnw¿sewß: aujtoi« oujk ei˙sh/lqate kai« tou\ß ei˙sercome÷nouß e˙wlu/sate.

                    Luke 13:18 ⁄Elegen ou™n: ti÷ni Jmoi÷a e˙sti«n hJ bailei÷a touv qeouv
                    kai« ti÷ni oJmoiw¿sw aujth/n;

                    Luk 13:28 e˙kei√ e¶stai oJ klauqmo\ß kai« oJ brugmo\ß tw◊n ojdo/ntwn, o¢tan
                    o¡yhsqe ∆Abraa»m kai« ∆Isaa»k kai« ∆Iakw»b kai« pa¿ntaß tou\ß profh/taß e˙n
                    thØv basilei÷aˆ touv qeuv, ua◊ß de« e˙kballome÷nouß e¶xw.

                    Luke 15:2 kai« diego/gguzon oiº te arii√oi kai« oi˚ grammatei√ß le÷gonteß
                    o¢ti ou∞toß aJmartwlou\ß prosde÷ci kai« sunesqi÷ei aujtoi√ß.

                    Luke 16:16 ÔO no/moß kai« oi˚ profhvtaime÷cri ∆Iwa¿nnou: aÓpo\ to/te hJ
                    bailei÷a touv qeouv eujaggeli÷zet pa◊ß ei˙ß aujth\n bia¿zetai.

                    Luke 17:1 oujde« e˙rouvsin: i˙dou\ w—de h¡: e˙kei√, i˙dou\ ga»r hJ
                    basilei÷a touv qeuv e˙nto\ß uJmw◊n e˙stin.

                    Luke 18:17 aÓmh\ne÷gw uJmi√n, o§ß a·n h\ de÷xhtai th\n basili÷an touv
                    qeouv wJß paidi÷on, ouj mh\ ei˙se÷lqhØ e˙ß aujth/n.

                    Luke 24:7 e÷gwn to\n ui˚o\n touvaÓnqrw¿pou o¢t dei√ paradoqhvnai ei˙ß
                    cei√raß aÓnqrw¿pwn aJmartwlw◊n kai« sturwqhvnai kai thØv tri÷thØ Jme÷raˆ
                    aÓnasthvnai.



                    John in The Synoptics
                    Matt 118 Touv de« ∆Ihsouv Cristouv hJ ge÷nesiß ou¢twß h™n.
                    mnhsteuqei÷shß thv mhtr\ß aujtouv Mari÷aß twˆ◊ ∆Iwsh/f, pri«n h
                    sunelqei√n aujtou\ß euJre÷qh e˙n gastri« e¶cousa e˙k pneu/matoß aJgi÷ou.
                    Matt 2:2 le÷gonteß: pouv e˙stin oJ tecqei«ß basileu\ß tw◊n ∆Ioudai÷wn;
                    ei¶omen ga»r aujtouv to\n aÓste÷ra e˙n thØv aÓnatolhØv kai« h¡lqomen
                    proskunvsai aujtwˆ◊.

                    Matt 2:5 oi˚ de« ei•pan aujtwˆ◊: e˙n Bhqle÷em thvß ∆Ioudai÷ß: ou¢twß ga»r
                    ge÷graptai dia» touv profh/tou:


                    Matt 3:3 ou∞toß ga¿r e˙stin oJ rJhqei« dia» ∆HsaiŒou touv profh/tou
                    le÷gontoß:
                    fwnh\ bow◊ntoß e˙n thØv e˙rh/wˆ:
                    e˚toima¿sate th\n oJdo\n kuri÷ou,
                    eujqei÷aß poiei√te taß tri÷bouß aujtouv.

                    Matt 3:11 ∆Egw» me«n uJma◊ß bapti÷zw e˙n u¢dati i˙ß meta¿noian, oJ de«
                    ojpi÷sw mou e˙rco/mnoß i˙scuro/tero/ß mou/ e˙stin, ou∞ oujk ei˙mi« i˚kano\ß
                    ta» uJpodh/ata basta¿sai: aujto\ß uJma◊ß bapti÷sei e˙n pneu/mati aJgi÷wˆ
                    kai« puri÷:

                    Matt 3:15 aÓpokriqei«ß de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen pro\ß aujto/n: a‡feß a‡rti,ou¢twß ga»r pre÷pon e˙sti«n hJmi√n plhrw◊sai pa◊san dikaiosu/nhn. to/te
                    aÓfi÷sin aujto/n.

                    Matt 3:17 kai« i˙dou\ fwnh\ e˙k tw◊n oujranw◊n le÷gousa: ou∞o/ß e˙stin oJ
                    ui˚o/ß mou oJ aÓgaphto/ß, e˙n wˆ— eujdo/khsa.

                    Matt 4:6 kai le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: ei˙ ui˚o\ß ei• touv qeouv, ba¿le seauto\n
                    ka¿tw: ge÷graptai ga»r o¢ti
                    toi√ßaÓgge÷loiß aujtouv e˙ntelei√tai peri« souv
                    kai« e˙pi« ceirw◊n aÓrousi÷n se,
                    mh/pote prosko/yhØß pro\ß li÷qon to\n po/da sou.

                    Matt 4:10to/te le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: u¢page, satana◊: ge÷graptai
                    ga¿r: ku/ion to\n qeo/n sou proskunh/seiß kai« aujtwˆ◊ mo/nwˆ latreu/seiß.

                    Matt 514 ÔUmei√ß e˙ste to\ fw◊ß touv ko/smou. ouj du/natai po/liß
                    krubhvnai ˙pa¿nw o¡rouß keime÷nh:

                    Matt :16 ou¢twß lamya¿tw to\ fw◊ß uJmw◊n e¶mprosqen tw◊n aÓnqrw¿pwn, o¢pwß
                    i¶dwin uJmw◊n ta» kala» e¶rga kai« doxa¿swsin to\n patera uJmw◊n to\n e˙n
                    toiç oujranoiç.

                    Matt 5:20 Le÷gw ga»r uJmi√n o¢ti ˙a»n mh\ perisseu/shØ uJmw◊n hJ
                    dikaiosu/nh plei√on tw◊n grammate÷wnkai« Farisai÷wn, ouj mh\ e˙se÷lqhte
                    ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an tw◊n oujranw◊n.

                    Matt 5:22 e˙gw» de« le÷gw uJm√n o¢ti pa◊ß oJ ojrgizo/menoß twˆ◊ aÓdelfwˆ◊
                    aujtouv e¶nocoß e¶stai hØv kri÷sei: o§ß d∆ a·n ei¶phØ twˆ◊ aÓdelfwˆ◊
                    aujtou: rJaka¿, e¶nocoß e¶stai twˆ◊ sunedri÷wˆ: o§ß d∆ a·n ei¶phØ: mwre÷,
                    e¶noco e¶stai ei˙ß th\n ge÷ennan touv puro/ß.

                    Matt 5:25 i¶sqi eujnow◊n twˆ◊ aÓntid÷kwˆ sou tacu/, eºwß o¢tou i• met∆
                    aujtouv e˙n thØv oJdwˆ◊, mh/pote÷ se paradwˆ◊ oJ aÓnti÷dikoß twˆ krithØv
                    kai« oJ krith\ß twˆ◊ uJphre÷thØ kai« ei˙ß fulakh\n blhqh/shØ 26 aÓmh\n
                    le÷gw soi, ouj mh\ e˙xe÷lqhØß e˙kei√en, eºwß a·n aÓpodwˆ◊ß to\n e¶scaton
                    kodra¿nthn.

                    Matt 5:28 e˙gw» de« le÷w uJmi√n o¢ti pa◊ß oJ ble÷pwn gunai√ka pro\ß to\
                    e˙piqmhvsai aujth\n h¡dh e˙moi÷ceusen aujth\n e˙n thØv kardi÷aˆ aujtouv.

                    Matt 5:3 e˙gw» de« le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti pa◊ß oJ aÓpolu/wn th\n gunai√ka
                    aujtouvparekto\ß lo/gou pornei÷aß poiei√ aujth\n moiceuqhvnai, kai« o§ß
                    e˙a»n Ópolelume÷nhn gamh/shØ, moica◊tai.

                    Matt 6:1 Prose÷cete [de«] thn dikaiosu/nhn uJmw◊n mh\ poiei√n
                    e¶mprosen tw◊n aÓnqrw¿pwn pro\ß to\ qeaqhvnai aujtoi√ß: ei˙ de« mh/ ge,
                    misqo\n oujke¶cete para» twˆ◊ patr« uJmw◊n twˆ◊ e˙n toi√ß oujranoi√ß. 2
                    ›Otan ou™n poihØvß e˙lehmosu/nhn, m\ salpi÷shØß e¶mprosqe÷n sou, w‚sper oi˚
                    uJpokritai« poiouvsin e˙n tai√ß sungwgai√ß kai« e˙n tai√ß rJu/maiß, o¢pwß
                    doxasqw◊sin uJpo\ tw◊n aÓnqrw¿pn: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n, aÓpe÷cousin to\n
                    misqo\n aujtw◊n

                    Matt 6:5 Kai« o¢tan proseu/chsqe, oujk e¶sesqe wJß oi˚ uJpokritai÷, o¢t
                    filouvsin e˙n tai√ß sunagwgai√ß kai« e˙n tai√ß gwni÷aiß tw◊n plateiw◊n
                    e˚st◊teß proseu/cesqai, o¢pwß fanw◊sin toi√ß aÓqrw¿poiß: aÓmh\n le÷gw
                    uJmi√n, aÓpe÷cousin to\n misqo\n aujtw◊n. 6 su\ de« ¢tan proseu/chØ,
                    ei¶selqe ei˙ß to\ tamei√o/n sou kai« klei÷saß th\n qu/an sou pro/seuxai
                    twˆ◊ patri÷ sou twˆ◊e˙n twˆ◊ kruptwˆ◊: kai« oJ path/r sou oJ ble÷pwn e˙n
                    twˆ◊ kruptwˆ◊ aÓpodw¿si soi.

                    Matt 6:8 mh\ ou™n oJmoiwqhvte aujtoi√ß: oi•den ga»r oJ path\r uJmw◊nw—n
                    crei÷an e¶cete pro\ touv uJma◊ß ai˙thvsai aujto/n.

                    Matt 6:18 ¢pwß mh\ fanhØvß toi√ß aÓnqrw¿poiß nhsteu/wn aÓlla» twˆ◊ patri÷
                    sou twˆ◊ e˙n twˆ◊ krufi÷wˆ: kai« oJ path/r sou oJ ble÷pwn e˙n twˆ◊
                    krufai÷wˆ aÓpodw¿sei soi.

                    Matt 7:11 ei˙ ou™n uJei√ß ponhroi« o¡nteß oi¶date do/mata aÓgaqa» dido/nai
                    toi√ßte÷knoiß uJmw◊n, po/swˆ ma◊llon oJ path\r uJmw◊n oJ e˙n toi√ß
                    oujranoi√ß dw¿ei aÓgaqa» toi√ß ai˙touvsin aujto/n.

                    Matt 7:21 Ouj pa◊ß oJ le÷gwn moi: u/rie ku/rie, ei˙seleu/setai ei˙
                    th\n basilei÷an tw◊n oujranw◊n, aÓll∆ oJ poiw◊n to\ qe÷lhma touv patro/ mou
                    touv e˙n toi√ß oujranoi√ß.

                    Matt 8:4 kai« le÷gei aujwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: o¢ra mhdeni« ei¶phØß, aÓlla»
                    u¢page seauto\n dei√xon twˆ◊ ˚erei√ kai« prose÷negkon to\ dw◊ron o§
                    prose÷taxen Mwu¨shvß, ei˙ß martu/rioaujtoi√ß.

                    Matt 8:14 Kai« e˙lqw»n oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei˙ß th\n oi˙ki÷an Pe÷tro ei•den
                    th\n penqeran aujtouv beblhme÷nhn kai« pure÷ssousan:

                    Matt 8:20 kai« le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Isouvß: ai˚ aÓlw¿pekeß fwleou\ß e¶cousin
                    kai« ta» peteina» touv oujranouv katakhnw¿seiß, oJ de« ui˚o\ß touv
                    aÓnqrw¿pou oujk e¶cei pouv h\n kefalh\n kli÷nhØ. 21 eºteroß de« tw◊n
                    maqhtw◊n [aujtouv] ei•pen aujtwˆ◊:ku/rie, e˙pi÷treyo/n moi prw◊ton
                    aÓpelqei√n kai« qa¿yai to\n pate÷ra mou.

                    Mtt 8:23 Kai« e˙mba¿nti aujtwˆ◊ ei˙ß to\ ploi√on hjkoou/qhsan aujtwˆ◊
                    oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv.

                    Matt 8:33 oi˚ de« bo/skonteß e¶fuon, kai« aÓpelqo/nteß ei˙ß th\n po/lin
                    aÓph/ggeilan pa¿nta kai« ta» tw◊n daionizome÷nwn. 34 kai« i˙dou\ pa◊sa hJ
                    po/liß e˙xhvlqen ei˙ß uJpa¿nthsin tw◊ ∆Ihsouv kai« i˙do/nteß aujto\n
                    pareka¿lesan o¢pwß metabhØv aÓpo\ tw◊n oJriwn aujtw◊n.

                    Matt 9: Kai« para¿gwn oJ ∆Ihsouvß e˙kei√qen ei•den a‡nqrwpon kaqh/menon
                    e˙pi«to\ telw¿nion, Maqqai√on lego/menon, kai« le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: aÓkolou/qei
                    mo. kai« aÓnasta»ß hjkolou/qhsen aujtwˆ◊.

                    Matt 9:10 Kai« e˙ge÷neto aujtouv aÓakeime÷nou e˙n thØv oi˙ki÷aˆ, kai«
                    i˙dou\ polloi« telw◊nai kai« amartwloi« e˙lqo/nteß sunane÷keinto twˆ◊
                    ∆Ihsouv kai« toi√ß maqhtai√ß aujtouv.
                    Matt 9:15 kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: mh\ du/nantai oi˚ ui˚oi« touv
                    umfw◊noß penqei√n e˙f∆ o¢son met∆ aujtw◊n e˙stin oJ numfi÷oß; e˙leu/sontai
                    de« hJme÷rai o¢tanaÓparqhØv aÓp∆ aujtw◊n oJ numfi÷oß, kai« to/te
                    nhsteu/sousin.

                    Matt 9:1 kai« e˙gerqei«ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß hjkolou/qhsen aujtwˆ◊ kai« oi˚
                    maqhtai« aujtov.

                    Matt 9:23 Kai« e˙lqw»n oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei˙ß th\n oi˙ki÷an touva‡rcontoß
                    kai« i˙dw»n tou\ß aujlhta»ß kai« to\n o¡clon qorubou/menon

                    Mtt 9:28 e˙lqo/nti de« ei˙ß th\n oi˙ki÷an proshvlqon aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ tuflo÷,
                    kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: pisteu/ete o¢ti du/namai touvt poihvsai;
                    le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: nai« ku/rie.

                    Matt 9:30 kai« hjnewˆ¿cqhsan aujtw◊n oi˚ ojfqlmoi÷. kai« e˙nebrimh/qh
                    aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gwn: oJra◊te mhdei«ß ginske÷tw.

                    Matt 9:36 ∆Idw»n de« tou\ß o¡clouße˙splagcni÷sqh peri« aujtw◊n, o¢ti
                    h™san e˙skulme÷noi kai« e˙rrimme÷noi wsei« pro/bata mh\ e¶conta poime÷na.
                    37 to/te le÷gei toi√ß maqhtai√ß ajtouv: oJ me«n qerismo\ß polu/ß, oi˚ de«
                    e˙rga¿ta ojli÷goi:

                    Matt 10:23 ›Otan de« diw¿kwsin uJma◊ß e˙n thØv po/lei tau/thØ, feu/gete
                    ei˙ß th\n e˚te÷ran: aÓmh\n ga»r le÷gw uJmi√n, ouj mh\ tele÷shte ta»ß po/leiß
                    touv ∆Israh\l eºwß a·n e¶lqhØ oJ ui˚o\ touv aÓnqrw¿pou.

                    Matt 10:25 aÓrketo\n twˆ◊ maqhthØv iºna ge÷nhtai wJß oJ dda¿skaloß aujtouv
                    kai« oJdouvloß wJß oJ ku/rioß aujtouv. ei˙ to\n oi˙kodespo/thn Beelzebou\l
                    e˙pekalesan, po/swˆ ma◊llon tou\ß oi˙kiakou\ß aujtouv.

                    Matt 10:32 Pa◊ß ou™no¢stiß oJmologh/sei e˙n e˙moi« e¶mprosqen tw◊n
                    aÓnqrw¿pwn, oJologh/sw kaÓgw» e˙n aujtwˆ◊ e¶mprosqen touv patro/ß mou touv
                    e˙n [toi√ß] oujrnoi√ß: 33 o¢stiß d∆ a·n aÓrnh/shtai÷ me e¶mprosqen tw◊n
                    aÓnqrw¿pwn, aÓrn/somai kaÓgw» aujto\n e¶mprosqen touv patro/ß mou touv e˙n
                    [toiç] oujanoiç.

                    Matt 10:37 ÔO filw◊n pate÷ra h£ hte÷ra uJpe«r e˙me« oujk e¶stin mou
                    a‡xioß, kai« oJ filw◊n ui˚o\n h£ ugate÷ra uJpe«r e˙me« oujk e¶stin mou
                    a‡xioß:

                    Matt 10:39 oJ euJrw»n th\ yuch\n aujtouv aÓpole÷sei aujth/n, kai« oJ
                    aÓpole÷saß th\n yuchn aujtouv eºneken e˙mouv euJrh/sei aujth/n.

                    Matt 10:42 kai« o§ß a·n poti÷sh eºna tw◊n mikrw◊n tou/twn poth/rion yucrouv
                    mo/non ei˙ß o¡noma maqhtouv, amh\n le÷gw uJmi√n, ouj mh\ aÓpole÷shØ to\n
                    misqo\n aujtouv.

                    Matt 11:3 ei•en aujtwˆ◊: su\ ei• oJ e˙rco/menoß h£ eºteron prosdokw◊men;

                    Matt 11:19 h™qen oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou e˙sqi÷wn kai« pi÷nwn, kai«
                    le÷gousin: i˙dou\ anqrwpoß fa¿goß kai« oi˙nopo/thß, telwnw◊n fi÷loß kai«
                    aJmartwlw◊n. ki« e˙dikaiw¿qh hJ sofi÷a aÓpo\ tw◊n e¶rgwn aujthvß.

                    Matt 11:27 Pa¿nta moi predo/qh uJpo\ touv patro/ß mou, kai« oujdei«ß
                    e˙piginw¿skei to\n ui˚o\n ei mh\ oJ path/r, oujde« to\n pate÷ra tiß
                    e˙piginw¿skei ei˙ mh\ oJ ui˚o\ß kai« wˆ— e˙a»n ou/lhtai oJ ui˚o\ß
                    aÓpokalu/ai.

                    Matt 12:4 pw◊ß ei˙shvlqen ei˙ß to\n oi•kon touv qeouv kai« tou\ß a‡rtoußthvß proqe÷sewß e¶fagon, o§ oujk e˙xo\n h™n aujtwˆ◊ fagei√n oujde« toi√ß
                    me∆ aujtouv ei˙ mh\ toi√ß i˚eruvsin mo/noiß;

                    Matt 12:11 oJ de« ei•pen aujtoi√ß: ti÷ß e¶stai e˙x uJmw◊n a‡nqwpoß o§ß
                    eºxei pro/baton e≠n kai« e˙a»ne˙mpe÷shØ touvto toi√ß sa¿bbasin ei˙ß
                    bo/qunon, oujci« krath/sei aujto\ kai«e˙gerei√;

                    Matt 12:18 i˙dou\oJ pai√ß mou o§n hØJre÷tisa,
                    oJ aÓgaphto/ß mou ei˙ß o§n eujdo/khen hJ yuch/ mou:
                    qh/sw to\ pneuvma¿ mou e˙p∆ aujto/n,
                    kai kri÷sin toi√ß e¶qnesin aÓpaggelei√.

                    Matt 12:3 kai« e˙xi÷stanto pa¿nteß oi˚ o¡cloi kai« e¶legon: mh/ti ou∞to/ß
                    e˙stin oJui˚o\ß Daui÷d;

                    Matt 12:40 w‚sper ga»r h™n ∆Iwna◊ß e˙n thØv koili÷aˆ tou kh/touß trei√ß
                    hJme÷raß kai« trei√ß nu/ktaß, ou¢twß e¶stai oJ ui˚o\ touv aÓnqrw¿pou e˙n
                    thØv kardi÷aˆ thvß ghvß trei√ß hJme÷raß ka« trei√ß nu/ktaß.

                    Matt 12:49 kai« e˙ktei÷naß th\n cei√ra aujtouv e˙pi« touß maqhta»ß aujtouv
                    ei•pen: i˙dou\ hJ mh/thr mou kai« oi˚ aÓdelfoi÷ mou. 50o¢stiß ga»r a·n
                    poih/shØ to\ qe÷lhma touv patro/ß mou touv e˙n ujranoi√ß aujto/ß mou
                    aÓdelfo\ß kai« aÓdelfh\ kai« mh/tr e˙sti÷n.

                    Matt 13:19 panto\ß aÓkou/ontoß to\n lo/gon thvß basilei÷aß kai mh\
                    sunie÷ntoß e¶rcetai oJ ponhro\ß kai« aJrpa¿zei to\ e˙sparme÷non en thØv
                    kardi÷aˆ aujtouv, ou∞to/ß e˙stin oJ para» th\n oJdo\n sparei÷ß.

                    att 13:36 To/te aÓfei«ß tou\ß o¡clouß h™lqen ei˙ß th\n oi˙ki÷an. kai«
                    prshvlqon aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv le÷goteß: diasa¿fhson hJmi√n th\n
                    parabolh\n tw◊n zizani÷wn touv aÓgrouv. 37 oJ d« aÓpokriqei«ß ei•pen: oJ
                    spei÷rwn to\ kalo\n spe÷rma e˙sti«n oJ ui˚o\ß tuv aÓnqrw¿pou, 38 oJ de«
                    aÓgro/ß e˙stin oJ ko/smoß, to\ de« kalo\n spe÷rmaou∞toi÷ ei˙sin oi˚ ui˚oi«
                    thvß basilei÷aß: ta» de« ziza¿nia¿ ei˙sin oi˚ i˚oi« touv ponhrouv,

                    Matt 14:22 Kai« eujqe÷wß hjna¿gkasen tou\ß maqhta»ße˙mbhvnai ei˙ß to\
                    ploi√on kai« proa¿gein aujto\n ei˙ß to\ pe÷ran, eºwß ou∞aÓpolu/shØ tou\ß
                    o¡clouß.

                    Matt 14:27 eujqu\ß de« e˙la¿lhsen [oJ ∆Ihsouvß aujtoi√ß le÷gwn: qarsei√te,
                    e˙gw¿ ei˙mi: mh\ fobei√sqe.

                    Matt 15:28 to/t aÓpokriqei«ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujthØv: w° gu/nai, mega¿lh
                    sou hJ pi÷sti: genhqh/tw soi wJß qe÷leiß. kai« i˙a¿qh hJ quga¿thr aujthvß
                    aÓpo\ thvßw‚raß e˙kei÷nhß.

                    Matt 15:34 ka« le÷gei aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: po/souß a‡rtouß e¶cete; oi˚ de«
                    ei•pan: epta» kai« ojli÷ga i˙cqu/dia.

                    Matt 15:39 Kai« aÓpolu/saß tou\ß o¡clouß ˙ne÷bh ei˙ß to\ ploi√on kai«
                    h™lqen ei˙ ta» o¢ria Magada¿n.

                    Matt 16:13 ∆Elqw»n de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei˙ß ta» e÷rh Kaisarei÷aß thvß
                    Fili÷ppou hjrw¿ta tou\ß maqhta»ß aujtouv le÷gwn: ti÷n le÷gousin oi˚
                    a‡nqrpoi ei•nai to\n ui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou;

                    Matt 16:16 aÓpokriqei«ß de« Si÷wn Pe÷troß ei•pen: su\ ei• oJ cristo\ß oJ
                    ui˚o\ß touv qeouv touv zw◊ntoß. 1 aÓpokriqei«ß de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen
                    aujtwˆ◊: maka¿rioß ei•, Si÷mwn Bariwna◊, o¢ti sa»rx kai« ai–m oujk
                    aÓpeka¿luye÷n soi aÓll∆ oJ path/r mou oJ e˙n toi√ß oujranoi√ß.

                    Matt 1621 ∆Apo\ to/te h¡rxato oJ ∆Ihsouvß deiknu/ein toi√ß maqhtai√ß
                    aujtouvo¢ti dei√ aujto\n ei˙ß ÔIeroso/luma aÓpelqei√n kai« polla» paqei√n
                    aÓp\ tw◊n presbute÷rwn kai« aÓrciere÷wn kai« grammate÷wn kai«
                    aÓpoktanqhvna kai« thØv tri÷thØ hJme÷raˆ e˙gerqhvnai.

                    Matt 16:24 To/te oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen toi√ß mqhtai√ß aujtouv: ei¶ tiß
                    qe÷lei ojpi÷sw mou e˙lqei√n, aÓparnhsa¿sqwe˚auto\n kai« aÓra¿tw to\n
                    stauro\n aujtouv kai« aÓkolouqei÷tw moi. 25 §ß ga»r e˙a»n qe÷lhØ th\n
                    yuch\n aujtuv sw◊sai aÓpole÷sei aujth/n: o§ß d∆ a·n aÓpole÷shØ th\n yuch\n
                    aujtouv eºneke e˙mouv euJrh/sei aujth/n.

                    Matt 16:27 me÷llei ga»r oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿ou e¶rcesqai e˙n thØv do/xhØ
                    touv patro\ß aujtouv meta» tw◊n aÓgge÷lwn aujtouv, kai« to/te aÓpdw¿sei
                    e˚ka¿stwˆ kata» th\n pra◊xin aujtouv. 28 aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢tiei˙si÷n
                    tineß tw◊n w—de e˚stw¿twn oiºtineß ouj mh\ geu/swntai qana¿tou eºwß ·n
                    i¶dwsin to\n ui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou e˙rco/menon e˙n thØv basileiaˆ aujtouv.

                    Matt 17:4 Ópokriqei«ß de« oJ Pe÷troß ei•pen twˆ◊ ∆Ihsouv: ku/rie, kalo/n
                    e˙stin hJmaß w—de ei•nai: ei˙ qe÷leiß, poih/sw w—de trei√ß skhna¿ß, so«
                    mi÷an kai« Mwu¨sei√ mi÷an kai« ∆Hli÷aˆ mi÷an. 5 e¶ti aujtouv lalouvntoß
                    i˙du\ nefe÷lh fwteinh\ e˙peski÷asen aujtou/ß, kai« i˙dou\ fwnh\ e˙k thvß
                    nefe÷lß le÷gousa: ou∞to/ß e˙stin oJ ui˚o/ß mou oJ aÓgaphto/ß, e˙n wˆ—
                    eujdo/khsa: Ókou/ete aujtouv.

                    Matt 17:9 Kai« katabaino/ntwn aujtw◊n e˙ touv o¡rouß e˙netei÷lato
                    aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gwn: mhdeni« ei¶phte to\ o¢ama eºwß ou∞ oJ ui˚o\ß
                    touv aÓnqrw¿pou ek nekrw◊n e˙gerqhØv.

                    Matt 17:22 Sustrefome÷nwn de« aujtw◊n e˙n thØv Glilai÷aˆ ei•pen
                    aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: me÷llei oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou parai÷dosqai ei˙ß
                    cei√raß aÓnqrw¿pwn,

                    Matt 17:25 le÷gei: nai÷. kai« e˙lqo/nta i˙ß th\n oi˙ki÷an proe÷fqasen
                    aujto\n oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gwn: ti÷ soi doke√, Si÷mwn; oi˚ basilei√ß thvß ghvß
                    aÓpo\ ti÷nwn lamba¿nousin te÷lh h£ khnson; aÓpo\ tw◊n ui˚w◊n aujtw◊n h
                    £ aÓpo\ tw◊n aÓllotri÷wn;

                    Matt 8:1 ∆En e˙kei÷nhØ thØv w‚raˆ proshvlqon oi˚ maqhtai« twˆ◊ ∆Ihsouv
                    le÷gonte: ti÷ß a‡ra mei÷zwn e˙sti«n e˙n thØv basilei÷aˆ tw◊n oujranw◊n;

                    Matt 183 kai« ei•pen: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n, e˙a»n mh\ strafhvte kai«
                    ge÷nhsqe wJß ta» paidi÷a, ouj mh\ ei˙se÷lqhte ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an tw◊n
                    oujranw◊n.

                    Matt 18:21 To/te proselqw»noJ Pe÷troß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ku/rie, posa¿kiß
                    aJmarth/sei ei˙ß e˙me« oJ aÓdelo/ß mou kai« aÓfh/sw aujtwˆ◊; eºwß
                    e˚pta¿kiß; 22 le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: ouj le÷gw soi eºwß e˚pta¿kiß
                    aÓlla» eºwß e˚bdomhkonta¿kiß e˚pta¿.

                    Matt 1917 oJ de« ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ti÷ me e˙rwtaˆ◊ß peri« touv aÓgaqouv; ei–ß
                    e˙stin J aÓgaqo/ß: ei˙ de« qe÷leiß ei˙ßth\n zwh\n ei˙selqei√n, th/rhson
                    ta»ß e˙ntola¿ß.

                    Matt 19:23 ÔO de« ∆hsouvß ei•pen toi√ß maqhtai√ß aujtouv: aÓmh\n le÷gw
                    uJmi√n o¢ti plou/sio dusko/lwß ei˙seleu/setai ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an tw◊n
                    oujranw◊n. 24 pa¿lin de«le÷gw uJmi√n, eujkopw¿tero/n e˙stin ka¿mhlon dia»
                    truph/matoß rJafi÷doß dielqei√n h£ plou/sion eiselqei√n ei˙ß th\n
                    basilei÷an touv qeouv.

                    Matt 19:26 e˙mble÷yaß de« oJ Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtoi√ß: para» aÓnqrw¿poiß
                    touvto aÓdu/nato/n e˙stin, para» e« qewˆ◊ pa¿nta dunata¿.

                    Matt 19:28 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtoi√ß: aÓmh\nle÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti uJmei√ß
                    oi˚ aÓkolouqh/sante÷ß moi e˙n thØv paliggenesi÷aˆ o¢tan kaqi÷shØ oJ ui˚o\ß
                    touv aÓnqrw¿pou e˙pi« qro/nou do/xhß aujtouv, kaqhsesqe kai« uJmei√ß e˙pi«
                    dw¿deka qro/nouß kri÷nonteß ta»ß dw¿deka ful»ß touv ∆Israh/l.

                    Mat 20:13 oJ de« aÓpokriqei«ß e˚ni« aujtw◊n ei•pen: e˚tai√re, oujk aÓdikw
                    se: oujci« dhnari÷ou sunefw¿nhsa¿ß moi;

                    Matt 20:17 Kai« aÓnabai÷nn oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei˙ß ÔIeroso/luma pare÷laben
                    tou\ß dw¿deka [maqhta»ß] kat i˙di÷an kai« e˙n thØv oJdwˆ◊ ei•pen aujto√ß:

                    Matt 20:25 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß proskalesa¿menoß aujtou\ß ei•pen: oi¶date oti
                    oi˚ a‡rconteß tw◊n e˙qnw◊n katakurieu/ousin aujtw◊n kai« oi˚ mega¿loi
                    ktexousia¿zousin aujtw◊n. 26 oujc ou¢twß e¶stai e˙n uJmi√n, aÓll∆ o§ß
                    e˙a»n qe÷lhØ e˙n uJmi√n e÷gaß gene÷sqai e¶stai uJmw◊n dia¿konoß,

                    Matt 21:1 Kai« o¢te h¡ggisan eiß ÔIeroso/luma kai« h™lqon ei˙ß Bhqfagh\
                    ei˙ß to\ o¡roß tw◊n e˙laiw◊n, to/t ∆Ihsouvß aÓpe÷steilen du/o maqhta»ß

                    Matt 21:5 ei¶pate thØv qugatri« Siwn:
                    i˙dou\ oJ basileu/ß sou e¶rcetai÷ soi
                    prau∑ß kai« e˙piebhkw»ß e˙pi« o¡non
                    kai« e˙pi« pw◊lon ui˚o\n uJpozugi÷ou.

                    Matt 21:9 oi˚ de« ¡cloi oi˚ proa¿gonteß aujto\n kai« oi˚ aÓkolouqouvnteß
                    e¶krazon le÷gonteß
                    wJsanna» twˆ◊ ui˚wˆ◊ Daui÷d:
                    eujloghme÷noß oJ e˙rco/menoße˙n ojno/mati kuri÷ou:
                    wJsanna» e˙n toi√ß uJyi÷soiß.

                    Matt 21:11 oi˚ de« o¡cloi e¶legon: ou∞to/ß e˙stin oJ profh/thß ∆Ihouvß oJ
                    aÓpo\ Nazare«q thvß Galilai÷aß.

                    Matt 21:12 Kai« ei˙shvlqen ∆Ihsouvß ei˙ß to\ i˚ero\n kai« e˙xe÷balen
                    pa¿ntaß tou\ß plouvntaß kai« aÓgora¿zontaß e˙n twˆ◊ i˚ewˆ◊, kai« ta»ß
                    trape÷zaß tw◊n kollubistw◊n kate÷streyen kai« ta»ß kaqe÷raß tw◊n pwlou/ntwn
                    ta»ß peristera¿ß,

                    Matt 21:14 kai« proshvlqon aujtˆ◊ tufloi« kai« cwloi« e˙n twˆ◊ i˚erwˆ◊,
                    kai« e˙qera¿peusen aujtou/ß. 15 i˙do/nteß de« oi˚ aÓrcierei√ß kai« oi˚
                    grammatei√ß ta» qaumasia a± e˙poi÷hsen kai« tou\ß pai√daß tou\ß kra¿zontaß
                    e˙n twˆ◊ i˚erwˆ◊ kai« e÷gontaß: wJsanna» twˆ◊ ui˚wˆ◊ Daui÷d, hjgana¿kthsan

                    Matt 21:19 kai« idw»n sukhvn mi÷an e˙pi« thvß oJdouv h™lqen e˙p∆ aujth\n
                    kai« oujde«n eu∞ren e˙n aujthØv ei˙ h\ fu/lla mo/non, kai«le÷gei aujthØv:
                    mhke÷ti e˙k souv karpo\ß ge÷nhtai ei˙ß to\n ai˙w◊na. kai« e˙hra¿nqh
                    paracrhvma hJ sukhv.

                    Matt 21:21 aÓpokriqei«ß de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•penaujtoi√ß: aÓmh\n le÷gw
                    uJmi√n, e˙a»ne¶chte pi÷stin kai« mh\ diakriqhvte, ouj mo/non to\ thvß
                    sukhvß poih/sete, aÓla» ka·n twˆ◊ o¡rei tu/twˆ ei¶phte: a‡rqhti kai«
                    blh/qhti ei˙ß th\n qa¿lassan, genh/setai:

                    Mat 21:24 aÓpokriqei«ß de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtoi√ß: e˙wth/sw uJma◊ß
                    kaÓgw» lo/gon eºna, o§n e˙a»n ei¶phte÷ moi kaÓgw» uJmi√n e˙w◊ e˙n poi÷aˆ
                    e˙xousi÷aˆ tauvta poiw◊:

                    Matt 21:31 ti÷ß e˙k tw◊n du/oe˙poi÷hsen to\ qe÷lhma touv patroß;
                    le÷gousin: oJ prw◊toß. le÷gei aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n oti
                    oi˚ telw◊nai kai« ai˚ po/rnai proa¿gousin uJma◊ß ei˙ß th\n basiei÷an touv
                    qeouv.

                    Matt 21:43 dia» touvto le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti aÓrqh/setai af∆ uJmw◊n hJ
                    basilei÷a touv qeouv kai« doqh/setai e¶qnei poiouvnti tou\ß kapou\ß
                    aujthvß.

                    Matt 22:16 kai« aÓposte÷llousin aujtwˆ◊ tou\ß maqht»ß aujtw◊n meta» tw◊n
                    ÔHrwˆdianw◊n le÷gonteß: dida¿skale, oi¶damen o¢ti aÓlqh\ß ei• kai« th\n
                    oJdo\n touv qeouv en aÓlhqei÷aˆ dida¿skeiß kai« ouj me÷lei soi peri«
                    oujdeno/ß: ouj ga»r ble÷pei ei˙ß pro/swpon aÓnqrw¿pwn,

                    Matt 22:29 aÓpokriqei«ß de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen ajtoi√ß: plana◊sqe mh\
                    ei˙do/teß ta»ß grafa»ß mde« th\n du/namin touv qeouv:

                    Matt 22:42 le÷gwn: ti÷ uJmi√n dokei√ peri« tuv cristouv; ti÷noß ui˚o/ße˙stin; le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: touv Daui÷d.

                    Matt 23:30 kai« le÷gete: ei˙ h¡meqae˙n tai√ß hJme÷raiß tw◊n pate÷rwn
                    hJmw◊n, oujk a·n h¡meqa aujtw◊n koiwnoi« e˙n twˆ◊ aiºmati tw◊n profhtw◊n.

                    Matt 23:39 le÷gw ga»r uJmi√n, ouj mh/me i¶dhte aÓp∆ a‡rti eºwß a·n ei¶phte:
                    eujloghme÷noß oJ e˙rco/menoß ˙n ojno/mati kuri÷ou.

                    Matt 24:2 oJ de« aÓpokriqei«ß ei•en aujtoi√ß: ouj ble÷pete tauvta pa¿nta;
                    aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n, ouj mh\ afeqhØv w—de li÷qoß e˙pi« li÷qon o§ß ouj
                    kataluqh/setai.

                    Matt 24:4 Ka« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtoi√ß: ble÷pete mh/
                    tiß uJma◊ßplanh/shØ:

                    Matt 24:34 aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ouj m\ pare÷lqhØ hJ genea» au¢th eºwß
                    a·n pa¿nta tauvta ge÷nhtai. 3 oJ oujrano\ß kai« hJ ghv pareleu/setai, oi˚
                    de« lo/goi mou ouj mh\ pare÷lqwsin.

                    Matt 24:47 aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti e˙pi« pa◊sin toi√ß uJpa¿rcousin aujtouv
                    ktasth/sei aujto/n.

                    Matt 25:8 ai˚ de« mwrai« tai√ß froni÷moiß ei•pan: do/te hmi√n e˙k touv
                    e˙lai÷ou uJmw◊n, o¢ti ai˚ lampa¿deß hJmw◊ sbe÷nnuntai.

                    Matt 25:40 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ basileu\ß e˙rei√ aujtoiß: aÓmh\n le÷gw
                    uJmi√n, e˙f∆ o¢son e˙poih/sate e˚ni« tou/twn tw◊n aÓdelfw◊n ou tw◊n
                    e˙laci÷stwn, e˙moi« e˙poih/sate.

                    Matt 26:3 To/te unh/cqhsan oi˚ aÓrcierei√ß kai« oi˚ presbu/teroi touv
                    laouv ei˙ß th\n aujlhn touv aÓrciere÷wß touv legome÷nou Kaiœa¿fa

                    Matt 26:10 gnou\ß de« oJ ∆hsouvß ei•pen aujtoi√ß: ti÷ ko/pouß pare÷cete
                    thØv gunaiki÷; e¶rgon ga»r kao\n hjrga¿sato ei˙ß e˙me÷: 11 pa¿ntote ga»r
                    tou\ß ptwcou\ß e¶cete meq∆ e˚auw◊n, e˙me« de« ouj pa¿ntote e¶cete:

                    Matt 26:14 To/te poreuqei«ß ei–ß w◊n dw¿deka, oJ lego/menoß ∆Iou/daß
                    ∆Iskariw¿thß, pro\ß tou\ß aÓrcierei√ß

                    Mtt 26:18 oJ de« ei•pen: uJpa¿gete ei˙ß th\n po/lin pro\ß to\n dei√na ki«
                    ei¶pate aujtwˆ◊: oJ dida¿skaloß le÷gei: oJ kairo/ß mou e˙ggu/ß e˙stin, po\ß
                    se« poiw◊ to\ pa¿sca meta» tw◊n maqhtw◊n mou.

                    Matt 26:21 kai« e˙sqio/nwn aujtw◊n ei•pen: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ei–ß
                    e˙x uJmw◊n paradw¿sei me.

                    Matt 26:24 oJ m«n ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou uJpa¿gei kaqw»ß ge÷graptai peri«
                    aujtouv,oujai« de« twˆ◊ aÓnqrw¿pwˆ e˙kei÷nwˆ di∆ ou∞ oJui˚o\ß touv
                    aÓnqrw¿pou paradi÷dotai: kalo\n h™n aujtwˆ◊ ei˙ oujk e˙gennhqh oJ a‡nqrwpoß
                    e˙kei√noß. 25 aÓpokriqei«ß de« ∆Iou/daß oJ paradidouß aujto\n ei•pen:
                    mh/i e˙gw¿ ei˙mi, rJabbi÷; le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: su\ ei•paß.

                    Matt 26:29 le÷gw de uJmi√n, ouj mh\ pi÷w aÓp∆ a‡rti e˙k tou/tou touv
                    gen/matoß thvß aÓmpe÷lou eºwß thvß hJme÷raß e˙kei÷nhß o¢tan aujto\ pi÷nw
                    meq∆uJmw◊n kaino\n e˙n thØv basilei÷aˆ touv patro/ß mou. 30 Kai«
                    Jmnh/santeß e˙xhvlqon ei˙ß to\ o¡roß tw◊n e˙laiw◊n.

                    Matt 26:31 To/te le÷gi aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: panteß uJmei√ß
                    skandalisqh/sesqe e˙n e˙moi« e˙n thØv nukti« tau/thØ, ge÷grptai ga¿r:
                    pata¿xw to\n poime÷na,
                    kai« diaskorpisqh/sontai ta» pro/bta thvß poi÷mnhß.

                    Matt 26:34 e¶fh aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: aÓmh\n le÷gw oi o¢ti e˙n tau/thØ thØv
                    nukti« pri«n aÓle÷ktora fwnhvsai tri«ß aÓparnh/sh me.

                    Matt 26:45 to/te e¶rcetaipro\ß tou\ß maqhta»ß kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß:
                    kaqeu/dete [to\] loipo\n kai« aÓnpau/esqe: i˙dou\ h¡ggiken hJ w‚ra kai« oJ
                    ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou paradi÷doai ei˙ß cei√raß aJmartwlw◊n.

                    Matt 26:52 to/t le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: aÓpo/streyon th\n ma¿caira¿n
                    sou ei˙ß to\n to/po aujthvß: pa¿nteß ga»r oi˚ labo/nteß ma¿cairan e˙n
                    macai÷rhØ aÓpolouvntai 53 h£ dokei√ß o¢ti ouj du/namai parakale÷sai to\n
                    pate÷ra mou, kai« paasth/sei moi a‡rti plei÷w dw¿deka legiw◊naß aÓgge÷lwn;

                    Matt 26:63 oJ de« Ihsouvß e˙siw¿pa. kai oJ aÓrciereu\ß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊:
                    e˙xorki÷zw se kata» touv qeouv touv zw◊ntoß iºna hJmi√n ei¶phØß ei˙ su\ ei•
                    oJ cristo\ß oJ ui˚o\ß touv qeouv 64 le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: su\
                    ei•paß. plh\n le÷gw uJmi√n: aÓp∆ a‡rti o¡esqe to\n ui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou
                    kaqh/menon e˙k dexiw◊n thvß duna¿mewß kai« ˙rco/menon e˙pi« tw◊n nefelw◊n
                    touv oujranouv.

                    Matt 27:11 ÔO de« ∆Ihsouvß e˙sta¿h e¶mprosqen touv hJgemo/noß: kai«
                    e˙phrw¿thsen aujto\n oJ hJgemw»n le÷gwn:su\ ei• oJ basileu\ß tw◊n
                    ∆Ioudai÷wn; oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß e¶fh: su\ le÷geiß.

                    Matt 27:17 suhgme÷nwn ou™n aujtw◊n ei•pen aujti√ß oJ Pila◊toß: ti÷na
                    qe÷lete aÓpolu/sw uJmi√n, [∆Ihsouvn to\n] Barabba◊n £ ∆Ihsouvn to\n
                    lego/menon cristo/n;

                    Matt 27:22 le÷gei ajtoi√ß oJ Pila◊toß: ti÷ ou™n poih/sw ∆Ihsouvn to\n
                    lego/menon cristo/n; le÷gosin pa¿nteß: staurwqh/tw.

                    Matt 27:29kai« ple÷xanteß ste÷fanon e˙x aÓkanqw◊n e˙pe÷qhkan e˙pi« thvß
                    kefalhvß aujtou kai« ka¿lamon e˙n thØv dexiaˆ◊ aujtouv, kai«
                    gonupeth/santeß e¶mprosqen aujtouv e˙ne÷paixan aujtwˆ◊ le÷gonteß: cai√re,
                    basileuv tw◊n ∆Ioudai÷wn,

                    Matt 27:37 Kai« e˙pe÷qhkan e˙pa¿nw thvß kefalhvß aujtouv th\n ai˙ti÷an
                    aujtouv gegramme÷nhn:
                    ou∞to/ß e˙stin ∆Ihsouvß oJ basileu\ß tw◊n ∆Ioudai÷wn.

                    Matt 27:40 kai« le÷gonteß: oJ katalu/wn to\n nao\n kai« e˙n trisi«n
                    hJme÷raiß oi˙kodomw◊n, sw◊son seauto/n, ei˙ ui˚o\ß ei• touv qeouv, [kai«]
                    kata¿bhqi aÓpo\ touv staurouv.

                    Matt 27:54 ÔO de« e˚kato/ntarcoß kai« oi˚ met∆ aujtouv throuvnteß to\n
                    ∆Ihsouvn i˙do/nteß to\n seismo\n kai« ta» geno/mena e˙fobh/qhsan sfo/dra,
                    le÷gonteß: aÓlhqw◊ß qeouv ui˚o\ß h™n ou∞toß.

                    Matt 28:1 ∆Oye« de« sabba¿twn, thØv e˙pifwskou/shØ ei˙ß mi÷an sabba¿twn
                    h™lqen Maria»m hJ Magdalhnh\ kai« hJ a‡llh Mari÷a qewrhvsai to\n ta¿fon.

                    Matt 28:10 to/te le÷gei aujtai√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: mh\ fobei√sqe: uJpa¿gete
                    aÓpaggei÷late toi√ß aÓdelfoi√ß mou iºna aÓpe÷lqwsin ei˙ß th\n Galilai÷an,
                    kaÓkei√ me o¡yontai.

                    Mark 1:3 fwnh\ bow◊ntoß e˙n thØv e˙rh/mwˆ:
                    e˚toima¿sate th\n oJdo\n kuri÷ou,
                    eujqei÷aß poiei√te ta»ß tri÷bouß aujtouv,

                    Mark 1:7 Kai« e˙kh/russen le÷gwn: e¶rcetai oJ i˙scuro/tero/ß mou ojpi÷sw
                    mou, ou∞ oujk ei˙mi« i˚kano\ß ku/yaß luvsai to\n i˚ma¿nta tw◊n uJpodhma¿twn
                    aujtouv.

                    Mark 1:9 Kai« e˙ge÷neto e˙n e˙kei÷naiß tai√ß hJme÷raiß h™lqen ∆Ihsouvß
                    aÓpo\ Nazare«t thvß Galilai÷aß kai« e˙bapti÷sqh ei˙ß to\n ∆Iorda¿nhn uJpo\
                    ∆Iwa¿nnou.

                    Mark 1:11 kai« fwnh\ e˙ge÷neto e˙k tw◊n oujranw◊n: su\ ei• oJ ui˚o/ß mou oJ
                    aÓgaphto/ß, e˙n soi« eujdo/khsa.

                    Mark 1:14 Meta» de« to\ paradoqhvnai to\n ∆Iwa¿nnhn h™lqen oJ ∆Ihsouvß
                    ei˙ß th\n Galilai÷an khru/sswn to\ eujagge÷lion touv qeouv

                    Mark 1:17 kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: deuvte ojpi÷sw mou, kai« poih/sw
                    uJma◊ß gene÷sqai aJliei√ß aÓnqrw¿pwn.

                    Mark 1:24 le÷gwn: ti÷ hJmi√n kai« soi÷, ∆Ihsouv Nazarhne÷; h™lqeß aÓpole÷sai
                    hJma◊ß; oi•da¿ se ti÷ß ei•, oJ a‚gioß touv qeouv. 25 kai« e˙peti÷mhsen
                    aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gwn: fimw¿qhti kai« e¶xelqe e˙x aujtouv.

                    Mark 1:37 kai« eu∞ron aujto\n kai« le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊ o¢ti pa¿nteß zhtouvsi÷n
                    se.

                    Mark 2:9 ti÷ e˙stin eujkopw¿teron, ei˙pei√n twˆ◊ paralutikwˆ◊: aÓfi÷entai÷
                    sou ai˚ aJmarti÷ai, h£ ei˙pei√n: e¶geire kai« a°ron to\n kra¿batto/n sou
                    kai« peripa¿tei;

                    Mark 2:11 soi« le÷gw, e¶geire a°ron to\n kra¿batto/n sou kai« u¢page ei˙ß
                    to\n oi•ko/n sou.

                    Mark 2:13 Kai« e˙xhvlqen pa¿lin para» th\n qa¿lassan: kai« pa◊ß oJ
                    o¡cloß h¡rceto pro\ß aujto/n, kai« e˙di÷dasken aujtou/ß.

                    Mark 2:15 Kai« gi÷netai katakei√sqai aujto\n e˙n thØv oi˙ki÷aˆ aujtouv,
                    kai« polloi« telw◊nai kai« aJmartwloi« sunane÷keinto twˆ◊ ∆Ihsouv kai« toi√ß
                    maqhtai√ß aujtouv: h™san ga»r polloi« kai« hjkolou/qoun aujtwˆ◊.

                    Mark 2:18 Kai« h™san oi˚ maqhtai« ∆Iwa¿nnou kai« oi˚ Farisai√oi
                    nhsteu/onteß. kai« e¶rcontai kai« le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: dia» ti÷ oi˚ maqhtai«
                    ∆Iwa¿nnou kai« oi˚ maqhtai« tw◊n Farisai÷wn nhsteu/ousin, oi˚ de« soi«
                    maqhtai« ouj nhsteu/ousin; 19 kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: mh\
                    du/nantai oi˚ ui˚oi« touv numfw◊noß e˙n wˆ— oJ numfi÷oß met∆ aujtw◊n e˙stin
                    nhsteu/ein; o¢son cro/non e¶cousin to\n numfi÷on met∆ aujtw◊n ouj du/nantai
                    nhsteu/ein.

                    Mark 2:26 pw◊ß ei˙shvlqen ei˙ß to\n oi•kon touv qeouv e˙pi« ∆Abiaqa»r
                    aÓrciere÷wß kai« tou\ß a‡rtouß thvß proqe÷sewß e¶fagen, ou§ß oujk e¶xestin
                    fagei√n ei˙ mh\ tou\ß i˚erei√ß, kai« e¶dwken kai« toi√ß su\n aujtwˆ◊ ou™sin;

                    Mark 2:28 w‚ste ku/rio/ß e˙stin oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou kai« touv
                    sabba¿tou.

                    Mark 3:7 Kai« oJ ∆Ihsouvß meta» tw◊n maqhtw◊n aujtouv aÓnecw¿rhsen pro\ß
                    th\n qa¿lassan, kai« polu\ plhvqoß aÓpo\ thvß Galilai÷aß [hjkolou/qhsen],
                    kai« aÓpo\ thvß ∆Ioudai÷aß

                    Mark 3:11 kai« ta» pneu/mata ta» aÓka¿qarta, o¢tan aujto\n e˙qew¿roun,
                    prose÷pipton aujtwˆ◊ kai« e¶krazon le÷gonteß o¢ti su\ ei• oJ ui˚o\ß touv
                    qeouv.

                    Mark 3:28 ∆Amh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti pa¿nta aÓfeqh/setai toi√ß ui˚oi√ß
                    tw◊n aÓnqrw¿pwn ta» aJmarth/mata kai« ai˚ blasfhmi÷ai o¢sa e˙a»n
                    blasfhmh/swsin:

                    Mark 3:31 Kai« e¶rcetai hJ mh/thr aujtouv kai« oi˚ aÓdelfoi« aujtouv
                    kai« e¶xw sth/konteß aÓpe÷steilan pro\ß aujto\n kalouvnteß aujto/n. 32 kai«
                    e˙ka¿qhto peri« aujto\n o¡cloß, kai« le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: i˙dou\ hJ mh/thr sou
                    kai« oi˚ aÓdelfoi÷ sou [kai« ai˚ aÓdelfai÷ sou] e¶xw zhtouvsi÷n se.

                    Mark 4:11 kai« e¶legen aujtoi√ß: uJmi√n to\ musth/rion de÷dotai thvß
                    basilei÷aß touv qeouv: e˙kei÷noiß de« toi√ß e¶xw e˙n parabolai√ß ta» pa¿nta
                    gi÷netai,


                    Mark 4:13 Kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: oujk oi¶date th\n parabolh\n tau/thn,
                    kai« pw◊ß pa¿saß ta»ß parabola»ß gnw¿sesqe;

                    Mark 4:15 ou∞toi de÷ ei˙sin oi˚ para» th\n oJdo/n: o¢pou spei÷retai oJ
                    lo/goß kai« o¢tan aÓkou/swsin, eujqu\ß e¶rcetai oJ satana◊ß kai« ai¶rei to\n
                    lo/gon to\n e˙sparme÷non ei˙ß aujtou/ß.

                    Mark 4:38 kai« aujto\ß h™n e˙n thØv pru/mnhØ e˙pi« to\ proskefa¿laion
                    kaqeu/dwn. kai« e˙gei÷rousin aujto\n kai« le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: dida¿skale, ouj
                    me÷lei soi o¢ti aÓpollu/meqa;

                    Mark 5:18 Kai« e˙mbai÷nontoß aujtouv ei˙ß to\ ploi√on pareka¿lei aujto\n
                    oJ daimonisqei«ß iºna met∆ aujtouv hØ™. 19 kai« oujk aÓfhvken aujto/n,
                    aÓlla» le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: u¢page ei˙ß to\n oi•ko/n sou pro\ß tou\ß sou\ß kai«
                    aÓpa¿ggeilon aujtoi√ß o¢sa oJ ku/rio/ß soi pepoi÷hken kai« hjle÷hse÷n se.

                    Mark 5:22 Kai« e¶rcetai ei–ß tw◊n aÓrcisunagw¿gwn, ojno/mati ∆Ia¿iœroß, kai«
                    i˙dw»n aujto\n pi÷ptei pro\ß tou\ß po/daß aujtouv

                    Mark 5:31 kai« e¶legon aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv: ble÷peiß to\n o¡clon
                    sunqli÷bonta¿ se kai« le÷geiß: ti÷ß mou h¢yato;

                    Mark 5:33 hJ de« gunh\ fobhqei√sa kai« tre÷mousa, ei˙dui√a o§ ge÷gonen
                    aujthØv, h™lqen kai« prose÷pesen aujtwˆ◊ kai« ei•pen aujtwˆ◊ pa◊san th\n
                    aÓlh/qeian.

                    Mark 6:1 Kai« e˙xhvlqen e˙kei√qen kai« e¶rcetai ei˙ß th\n patri÷da
                    aujtouv, kai« aÓkolouqouvsin aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv.

                    Mark 6:4 kai« e¶legen aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß o¢ti oujk e¶stin profh/thß
                    a‡timoß ei˙ mh\ e˙n thØv patri÷di aujtouv kai« e˙n toi√ß suggeneuvsin
                    aujtouv kai« e˙n thØv oi˙ki÷aˆ aujtouv.

                    Mark 6:14 Kai« h¡kousen oJ basileu\ß ÔHrwˆ¿dhß, fanero\n ga»r e˙ge÷neto
                    to\ o¡noma aujtouv, kai« e¶legon o¢ti ∆Iwa¿nnhß oJ bapti÷zwn e˙gh/gertai e˙k
                    nekrw◊n kai« dia» touvto e˙nergouvsin ai˚ duna¿meiß e˙n aujtwˆ◊. 15 a‡lloi
                    de« e¶legon o¢ti ∆Hli÷aß e˙sti÷n: a‡lloi de« e¶legon o¢ti profh/thß wJß ei–ß
                    tw◊n profhtw◊n.

                    Mark 6:24 kai« e˙xelqouvsa ei•pen thØv mhtri« aujthvß: ti÷ ai˙th/swmai; hJ
                    de« ei•pen: th\n kefalh\n ∆Iwa¿nnou touv bapti÷zontoß.

                    Mark 6:29 kai« aÓkou/santeß oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv h™lqon kai« h™ran to\
                    ptw◊ma aujtouv kai« e¶qhkan aujto\ e˙n mnhmei÷wˆ.

                    Mark 6:35 Kai« h¡dh w‚raß pollhvß genome÷nhß proselqo/nteß aujtwˆ◊ oi˚
                    maqhtai« aujtouv e¶legon o¢ti e¶rhmo/ß e˙stin oJ to/poß kai« h¡dh w‚ra
                    pollh/:

                    Mark 6:45 Kai« eujqu\ß hjna¿gkasen tou\ß maqhta»ß aujtouv e˙mbhvnai ei˙ß
                    to\ ploi√on kai« proa¿gein ei˙ß to\ pe÷ran pro\ß Bhqsaiœda¿n, eºwß aujto\ß
                    aÓpolu/ei to\n o¡clon.

                    Mark 6:48 kai« i˙dw»n aujtou\ß basanizome÷nouß e˙n twˆ◊ e˙lau/nein, h™n ga»r
                    oJ a‡nemoß e˙nanti÷oß aujtoi√ß, peri« teta¿rthn fulakh\n thvß nukto\ß
                    e¶rcetai pro\ß aujtou\ß peripatw◊n e˙pi« thvß qala¿sshß kai« h¡qelen
                    parelqei√n aujtou/ß.

                    Mark 6:50 pa¿nteß ga»r aujto\n ei•don kai« e˙tara¿cqhsan. oJ de« eujqu\ß
                    e˙la¿lhsen met∆ aujtw◊n, kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: qarsei√te, e˙gw¿ ei˙mi: mh\
                    fobei√sqe. 51 kai« aÓne÷bh pro\ß aujtou\ß ei˙ß to\ ploi√on kai« e˙ko/pasen
                    oJ a‡nemoß, kai« li÷an [e˙k perissouv] e˙n e˚autoi√ß e˙xi÷stanto:

                    Mark 7:18 kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: ou¢twß kai« uJmei√ß aÓsu/netoi÷ e˙ste; ouj
                    noei√te o¢ti pa◊n to\ e¶xwqen ei˙sporeuo/menon ei˙ß to\n a‡nqrwpon ouj
                    du/natai aujto\n koinw◊sai

                    Mark 7:28 hJ de« aÓpekri÷qh kai« le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: ku/rie: kai« ta» kuna¿ria
                    uJpoka¿tw thvß trape÷zhß e˙sqi÷ousin aÓpo\ tw◊n yici÷wn tw◊n paidi÷wn. 29
                    kai« ei•pen aujthØv: dia» touvton to\n lo/gon u¢page, e˙xelh/luqen e˙k thvß
                    qugatro/ß sou to\ daimo/nion.

                    Mark 7:33 kai« aÓpolabo/menoß aujto\n aÓpo\ touv o¡clou kat∆ i˙di÷an e¶balen
                    tou\ß daktu/louß aujtouv ei˙ß ta» w°ta aujtouv kai« ptu/saß h¢yato thvß
                    glw¿sshß aujtouv, 34 kai« aÓnable÷yaß ei˙ß to\n oujrano\n e˙ste÷naxen kai«
                    le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: effaqa, o¢ e˙stin dianoi÷cqhti.

                    Mark 8:4 kai« aÓpekri÷qhsan aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv o¢ti po/qen
                    tou/touß dunh/setai÷ tiß w—de corta¿sai a‡rtwn e˙p∆ e˙rhmi÷aß;

                    Mark 8:10 Kai« eujqu\ß e˙mba»ß ei˙ß to\ ploi√on meta» tw◊n maqhtw◊n
                    aujtouv h™lqen ei˙ß ta» me÷rh Dalmanouqa¿.

                    Mark 8:27 Kai« e˙xhvlqen oJ ∆Ihsouvß kai« oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv ei˙ß ta»ß
                    kw¿maß Kaisarei÷aß thvß Fili÷ppou: kai« e˙n thØv oJdwˆ◊ e˙phrw¿ta tou\ß
                    maqhta»ß aujtouv le÷gwn aujtoi√ß: ti÷na me le÷gousin oi˚ a‡nqrwpoi ei•nai;

                    Mark 8:29 kai« aujto\ß e˙phrw¿ta aujtou/ß: uJmei√ß de« ti÷na me le÷gete
                    ei•nai; aÓpokriqei«ß oJ Pe÷troß le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: su\ ei• oJ cristo/ß.

                    Mark 8:31 Kai« h¡rxato dida¿skein aujtou\ß o¢ti dei√ to\n ui˚o\n touv
                    aÓnqrw¿pou polla» paqei√n kai« aÓpodokimasqhvnai uJpo\ tw◊n presbute÷rwn
                    kai« tw◊n aÓrciere÷wn kai« tw◊n grammate÷wn kai« aÓpoktanqhvnai kai« meta»
                    trei√ß hJme÷raß aÓnasthvnai:

                    Mark 8:34 Kai« proskalesa¿menoß to\n o¡clon su\n toi√ß maqhtai√ß aujtouv
                    ei•pen aujtoi√ß: ei¶ tiß qe÷lei ojpi÷sw mou aÓkolouqei√n, aÓparnhsa¿sqw
                    e˚auto\n kai« aÓra¿tw to\n stauro\n aujtouv kai« aÓkolouqei÷tw moi. 35 o§ß
                    ga»r e˙a»n qe÷lhØ th\n yuch\n aujtouv sw◊sai aÓpole÷sei aujth/n: o§ß d∆ a·n
                    aÓpole÷sei th\n yuch\n aujtouv eºneken e˙mouv kai« touv eujaggeli÷ou sw¿sei
                    aujth/n.

                    Mark 8:38 o§ß ga»r e˙a»n e˙paiscunqhØv me kai« tou\ß e˙mou\ß lo/gouß e˙n
                    thØv geneaˆ◊ tau/thØ thØv moicali÷di kai« aJmartwlwˆ◊, kai« oJ ui˚o\ß touv
                    aÓnqrw¿pou e˙paiscunqh/setai aujto/n, o¢tan e¶lqhØ e˙n thØv do/xhØ touv
                    patro\ß aujtouv meta» tw◊n aÓgge÷lwn tw◊n aJgi÷wn.

                    Mark 9:1 Kai« e¶legen aujtoi√ß: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ei˙si÷n tineß
                    w—de tw◊n e˚sthko/twn oiºtineß ouj mh\ geu/swntai qana¿tou eºwß a·n i¶dwsin
                    th\n basilei÷an touv qeouv e˙lhluqui√an e˙n duna¿mei.

                    Mark 9:5 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ Pe÷troß le÷gei twˆ◊ ∆Ihsouv: rJabbi÷, kalo/n
                    e˙stin hJma◊ß w—de ei•nai, kai« poih/swmen trei√ß skhna¿ß, soi« mi÷an kai«
                    Mwu¨sei√ mi÷an kai« ∆Hli÷aˆ mi÷an.

                    Mark 9:7 kai« e˙ge÷neto nefe÷lh e˙piskia¿zousa aujtoi√ß, kai« e˙ge÷neto
                    fwnh\ e˙k thvß nefe÷lhß: ou∞to/ß e˙stin oJ ui˚o/ß mou oJ aÓgaphto/ß,
                    aÓkou/ete aujtouv.

                    Mark 9:9 Kai« katabaino/ntwn aujtw◊n e˙k touv o¡rouß diestei÷lato aujtoi√ß
                    iºna mhdeni« a± ei•don dihgh/swntai, ei˙ mh\ o¢tan oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou
                    e˙k nekrw◊n aÓnasthØv.

                    Mark 9:12 oJ de« e¶fh aujtoi√ß: ∆Hli÷aß me«n e˙lqw»n prw◊ton aÓpokaqista¿nei
                    pa¿nta: kai« pw◊ß ge÷graptai e˙pi« to\n ui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou iºna polla»
                    pa¿qhØ kai« e˙xoudenhqhØv; 13 aÓlla» le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti kai« ∆Hli÷aß
                    e˙lh/luqen, kai« e˙poi÷hsan aujtwˆ◊ o¢sa h¡qelon, kaqw»ß ge÷graptai e˙p∆
                    aujto/n.

                    Mark 9:19 oJ de« aÓpokriqei«ß aujtoi√ß le÷gei: w° genea» a‡pistoß, eºwß
                    po/te pro\ß uJma◊ß e¶somai; eºwß po/te aÓne÷xomai uJmw◊n; fe÷rete aujto\n
                    pro/ß me.

                    Mark 9:22 kai« polla¿kiß kai« ei˙ß puvr aujto\n e¶balen kai« ei˙ß u¢data
                    iºna aÓpole÷shØ aujto/n: aÓll∆ ei¶ ti du/nhØ, boh/qhson hJmi√n
                    splagcnisqei«ß e˙f∆ hJma◊ß. 23 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: to\ ei˙
                    du/nhØ, pa¿nta dunata» twˆ◊ pisteu/onti.

                    Mark 9:29 kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß: touvto to\ ge÷noß e˙n oujdeni« du/natai
                    e˙xelqei√n ei˙ mh\ e˙n proseuchØv.

                    Mark 9:31 e˙di÷dasken ga»r tou\ß maqhta»ß aujtouv kai« e¶legen aujtoi√ß o¢ti
                    oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou paradi÷dotai ei˙ß cei√raß aÓnqrw¿pwn, kai«
                    aÓpoktenouvsin aujto/n, kai« aÓpoktanqei«ß meta» trei√ß hJme÷raß
                    aÓnasth/setai.

                    Mark 9:35 kai« kaqi÷saß e˙fw¿nhsen tou\ß dw¿deka kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: ei¶
                    tiß qe÷lei prw◊toß ei•nai, e¶stai pa¿ntwn e¶scatoß kai« pa¿ntwn dia¿konoß.

                    Mark 9:41 ≠Oß ga»r a·n poti÷shØ uJma◊ß poth/rion u¢datoß e˙n ojno/mati
                    o¢ti Cristouv e˙ste, aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ouj mh\ aÓpole÷shØ to\n
                    misqo\n aujtouv.

                    Mark 9:42 Kai« o§ß a·n skandali÷shØ eºna tw◊n mikrw◊n tou/twn tw◊n
                    pisteuo/ntwn [ei˙ß e˙me÷], kalo/n e˙stin aujtwˆ◊ ma◊llon ei˙ peri÷keitai
                    mu/loß ojniko\ß peri« to\n tra¿chlon aujtouv kai« be÷blhtai ei˙ß th\n
                    qa¿lassan.

                    Mark 9:47 kai« e˙a»n oJ ojfqalmo/ß sou skandali÷zhØ se, e¶kbale aujto/n:
                    kalo/n se÷ e˙stin mono/fqalmon ei˙selqei√n ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an touv qeouv
                    h£ du/o ojfqalmou\ß e¶conta blhqhvnai ei˙ß th\n ge÷ennan,

                    Mark 10:14 i˙dw»n de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß hjgana¿kthsen kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß: a‡fete
                    ta» paidi÷a e¶rcesqai pro/ß me, mh\ kwlu/ete aujta¿, tw◊n ga»r toiou/twn
                    e˙sti«n hJ basilei÷a touv qeouv.

                    Mark 10:18 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ti÷ me le÷geiß aÓgaqo/n; oujdei«ß
                    aÓgaqo\ß ei˙ mh\ ei–ß oJ qeo/ß.

                    Mark 10:23 Kai« peribleya¿menoß oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gei toi√ß maqhtai√ß
                    aujtouv: pw◊ß dusko/lwß oi˚ ta» crh/mata e¶conteß ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an touv
                    qeouv ei˙seleu/sontai. 24 oi˚ de« maqhtai« e˙qambouvnto e˙pi« toi√ß lo/goiß
                    aujtouv. oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß pa¿lin aÓpokriqei«ß le÷gei aujtoi√ß: te÷kna, pw◊ß
                    du/skolo/n e˙stin ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an touv qeouv ei˙selqei√n: 25
                    eujkopw¿tero/n e˙stin ka¿mhlon dia» [thvß] trumalia◊ß [thvß] rJafi÷doß
                    dielqei√n h£ plou/sion ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an touv qeouv ei˙selqei√n.

                    Mark 10:27 e˙mble÷yaß aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gei: para» aÓnqrw¿poiß
                    aÓdu/naton, aÓll∆ ouj para» qewˆ◊: pa¿nta ga»r dunata» para» twˆ◊ qewˆ◊.

                    Mark 10:29 e¶fh oJ ∆Ihsouvß: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n, oujdei÷ß e˙stin o§ß
                    aÓfhvken oi˙ki÷an h£ aÓdelfou\ß h£ aÓdelfa»ß h£ mhte÷ra h£ pate÷ra h£ te÷kna
                    h£ aÓgrou\ß eºneken e˙mouv kai« eºneken touv eujaggeli÷ou,

                    Mark 10:37 oi˚ de« ei•pan aujtwˆ◊: do\ß hJmi√n iºna ei–ß sou e˙k dexiw◊n
                    kai« ei–ß e˙x aÓristerw◊n kaqi÷swmen e˙n thØv do/xhØ sou.

                    Mark 10:39 oi˚ de« ei•pan aujtwˆ◊: duna¿meqa. oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen
                    aujtoi√ß: to\ poth/rion o§ e˙gw» pi÷nw pi÷esqe kai« to\ ba¿ptisma o§ e˙gw»
                    bapti÷zomai baptisqh/sesqe,

                    Mark 10:51 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen: ti÷ soi qe÷leiß
                    poih/sw; oJ de« tuflo\ß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: rJabbouni÷, iºna aÓnable÷yw.

                    Mark 11:2 kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: uJpa¿gete ei˙ß th\n kw¿mhn th\n kate÷nanti
                    uJmw◊n, kai« eujqu\ß ei˙sporeuo/menoi ei˙ß aujth\n euJrh/sete pw◊lon
                    dedeme÷non e˙f∆ o§n oujdei«ß ou¡pw aÓnqrw¿pwn e˙ka¿qisen: lu/sate aujto\n
                    kai« fe÷rete. 3 kai« e˙a¿n tiß uJmi√n ei¶phØ: ti÷ poiei√te touvto; ei¶pate:
                    oJ ku/rioß aujtouv crei÷an e¶cei, kai« eujqu\ß aujto\n aÓposte÷llei pa¿lin
                    w—de.

                    Mark 11:6 oi˚ de« ei•pan aujtoi√ß kaqw»ß ei•pen oJ ∆Ihsouvß, kai« aÓfhvkan
                    aujtou/ß.

                    Mark 11:9 kai« oi˚ proa¿gonteß kai« oi˚ aÓkolouqouvnteß e¶krazon:
                    wJsanna¿:
                    eujloghme÷noß oJ e˙rco/menoß e˙n ojno/mati kuri÷ou:

                    Mark 11:11 Kai« ei˙shvlqen ei˙ß ÔIeroso/luma ei˙ß to\ i˚ero\n kai«
                    peribleya¿menoß pa¿nta, ojyi÷aß h¡dh ou¡shß thvß w‚raß, e˙xhvlqen ei˙ß
                    Bhqani÷an meta» tw◊n dw¿deka.

                    Mark 11:14 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß ei•pen aujthØv: mhke÷ti ei˙ß to\n ai˙w◊na e˙k
                    souv mhdei«ß karpo\n fa¿goi. kai« h¡kouon oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv.

                    Mark 11:22 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gei aujtoi√ß: e¶cete pi÷stin
                    qeouv. 23 aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti o§ß a·n ei¶phØ twˆ◊ o¡rei tou/twˆ:
                    a‡rqhti kai« blh/qhti ei˙ß th\n qa¿lassan, kai« mh\ diakriqhØv e˙n thØv
                    kardi÷aˆ aujtouv aÓlla» pisteu/hØ o¢ti o§ lalei√ gi÷netai, e¶stai aujtwˆ◊.

                    Mark 11:25 Kai« o¢tan sth/kete proseuco/menoi, aÓfi÷ete ei¶ ti e¶cete kata¿
                    tinoß, iºna kai« oJ path\r uJmw◊n oJ e˙n toi√ß oujranoi√ß aÓfhØv uJmi√n ta»
                    paraptw¿mata uJmw◊n.

                    Mark 11:31 kai« dielogi÷zonto pro\ß e˚autou\ß le÷gonteß: e˙a»n ei¶pwmen: e˙x
                    oujranouv, e˙rei√: dia» ti÷ [ou™n] oujk e˙pisteu/sate aujtwˆ◊;

                    Mark 12:7 e˙kei√noi de« oi˚ gewrgoi« pro\ß e˚autou\ß ei•pan o¢ti ou∞to/ß
                    e˙stin oJ klhrono/moß: deuvte aÓpoktei÷nwmen aujto/n, kai« hJmw◊n e¶stai hJ
                    klhronomi÷a.

                    Mark 12:14 kai« e˙lqo/nteß le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: dida¿skale, oi¶damen o¢ti
                    aÓlhqh\ß ei• kai« ouj me÷lei soi peri« oujdeno/ß: ouj ga»r ble÷peiß ei˙ß
                    pro/swpon aÓnqrw¿pwn, aÓll∆ e˙p∆ aÓlhqei÷aß th\n oJdo\n touv qeouv
                    dida¿skeiß: e¶xestin douvnai khvnson Kai÷sari h£ ou¡; dw◊men h£ mh\ dw◊men;

                    Mark 12:16 oi˚ de« h¡negkan. kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: ti÷noß hJ ei˙kw»n au¢th
                    kai« hJ e˙pigrafh/; oi˚ de« ei•pan aujtwˆ◊: Kai÷saroß. 17 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß
                    ei•pen aujtoi√ß: ta» Kai÷saroß aÓpo/dote Kai÷sari kai« ta» touv qeouv twˆ◊
                    qewˆ◊. kai« e˙xeqau/mazon e˙p∆ aujtwˆ◊.

                    Mark 12:37 aujto\ß Daui«d le÷gei aujto\n ku/rion, kai« po/qen aujtouv e˙stin
                    ui˚o/ß;

                    Kai« [oJ] polu\ß o¡cloß h¡kouen aujtouv hJde÷wß.

                    Mark 12:43 kai« proskalesa¿menoß tou\ß maqhta»ß aujtouv ei•pen aujtoi√ß:
                    aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti hJ ch/ra au¢th hJ ptwch\ plei√on pa¿ntwn e¶balen
                    tw◊n ballo/ntwn ei˙ß to\ gazofula¿kion:

                    Mark 13:1 Kai« e˙kporeuome÷nou aujtouv e˙k touv i˚erouv le÷gei aujtwˆ◊
                    ei–ß tw◊n maqhtw◊n aujtouv: dida¿skale, i¶de potapoi« li÷qoi kai« potapai«
                    oi˙kodomai÷. 2 kai« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ble÷peiß tau/taß ta»ß
                    mega¿laß oi˙kodoma¿ß; ouj mh\ aÓfeqhØv w—de li÷qoß e˙pi« li÷qon o§ß ouj mh\
                    kataluqhØv.

                    Mark 13:3 Kai« kaqhme÷nou aujtouv ei˙ß to\ o¡roß tw◊n e˙laiw◊n
                    kate÷nanti touv i˚erouv e˙phrw¿ta aujto\n kat∆ i˙di÷an Pe÷troß kai«
                    ∆Ia¿kwboß kai« ∆Iwa¿nnhß kai« ∆Andre÷aß:

                    Mark 13:19 e¶sontai ga»r ai˚ hJme÷rai e˙kei√nai qli√yiß oiºa ouj ge÷gonen
                    toiau/th aÓp∆ aÓrchvß kti÷sewß h§n e¶ktisen oJ qeo\ß eºwß touv nuvn kai« ouj
                    mh\ ge÷nhtai.

                    Mark 13:24 ∆Alla» e˙n e˙kei÷naiß tai√ß hJme÷raiß meta» th\n qli√yin
                    e˙kei÷nhn
                    oJ h¢lioß skotisqh/setai,
                    kai« hJ selh/nh ouj dw¿sei to\ fe÷ggoß aujthvß,

                    Mark 13:30 ∆Amh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ouj mh\ pare÷lqhØ hJ genea» au¢th
                    me÷criß ou∞ tauvta pa¿nta ge÷nhtai. 31 oJ oujrano\ß kai« hJ ghv
                    pareleu/sontai, oi˚ de« lo/goi mou ouj mh\ pareleu/sontai.

                    Mark 14:1 •Hn de« to\ pa¿sca kai« ta» a‡zuma meta» du/o hJme÷raß. kai«
                    e˙zh/toun oi˚ aÓrcierei√ß kai« oi˚ grammatei√ß pw◊ß aujto\n e˙n do/lwˆ
                    krath/santeß aÓpoktei÷nwsin:

                    Mark 14:13 kai« aÓposte÷llei du/o tw◊n maqhtw◊n aujtouv kai« le÷gei
                    aujtoi√ß: uJpa¿gete ei˙ß th\n po/lin, kai« aÓpanth/sei uJmi√n a‡nqrwpoß
                    kera¿mion u¢datoß basta¿zwn: aÓkolouqh/sate aujtwˆ◊

                    Mark 14:16 kai« e˙xhvlqon oi˚ maqhtai« kai« h™lqon ei˙ß th\n po/lin kai«
                    eu∞ron kaqw»ß ei•pen aujtoi√ß kai« hJtoi÷masan to\ pa¿sca.

                    Mark 14:18 kai« aÓnakeime÷nwn aujtw◊n kai« e˙sqio/ntwn oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen:
                    aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ei–ß e˙x uJmw◊n paradw¿sei me oJ e˙sqi÷wn met∆
                    e˙mouv.

                    Mark 14:21 o¢ti oJ me«n ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou uJpa¿gei kaqw»ß ge÷graptai
                    peri« aujtouv, oujai« de« twˆ◊ aÓnqrw¿pwˆ e˙kei÷nwˆ di∆ ou∞ oJ ui˚o\ß touv
                    aÓnqrw¿pou paradi÷dotai: kalo\n aujtwˆ◊ ei˙ oujk e˙gennh/qh oJ a‡nqrwpoß
                    e˙kei√noß.

                    Mark 14:22 Kai« e˙sqio/ntwn aujtw◊n labw»n a‡rton eujlogh/saß e¶klasen
                    kai« e¶dwken aujtoi√ß kai« ei•pen: la¿bete, touvto/ e˙stin to\ sw◊ma¿ mou.

                    Mark 14:24 kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß: touvto/ e˙stin to\ ai–ma¿ mou thvß
                    diaqh/khß to\ e˙kcunno/menon uJpe«r pollw◊n.

                    Mark 14:26 Kai« uJmnh/santeß e˙xhvlqon ei˙ß to\ o¡roß tw◊n e˙laiw◊n. 27
                    kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß o¢ti pa¿nteß skandalisqh/sesqe, o¢ti
                    ge÷graptai:
                    pata¿xw to\n poime÷na,
                    kai« ta» pro/bata diaskorpisqh/sontai.

                    Mark 14:30 kai« le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: aÓmh\n le÷gw soi o¢ti su\
                    sh/meron tau/thØ thØv nukti« pri«n h£ di«ß aÓle÷ktora fwnhvsai tri÷ß me
                    aÓparnh/shØ.

                    Mark 14:34 kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: peri÷lupo/ß e˙stin hJ yuch/ mou eºwß
                    qana¿tou: mei÷nate w—de kai« grhgorei√te.

                    Mark 14:54 kai« oJ Pe÷troß aÓpo\ makro/qen hjkolou/qhsen aujtwˆ◊ eºwß e¶sw
                    ei˙ß th\n aujlh\n touv aÓrciere÷wß kai« h™n sugkaqh/menoß meta» tw◊n
                    uJphretw◊n kai« qermaino/menoß pro\ß to\ fw◊ß.

                    Mark 14:61 oJ de« e˙siw¿pa kai« oujk aÓpekri÷nato oujde÷n. pa¿lin oJ
                    aÓrciereu\ß e˙phrw¿ta aujto\n kai« le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: su\ ei• oJ cristo\ß oJ
                    ui˚o\ß touv eujloghtouv; 62 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen: e˙gw¿ ei˙mi, kai«
                    o¡yesqe to\n ui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou e˙k dexiw◊n kaqh/menon thvß duna¿mewß
                    kai« e˙rco/menon meta» tw◊n nefelw◊n touv oujranouv.

                    Mark 14:65 Kai« h¡rxanto/ tineß e˙mptu/ein aujtwˆ◊ kai« perikalu/ptein
                    aujtouv to\ pro/swpon kai« kolafi÷zein aujto\n kai« le÷gein aujtwˆ◊:
                    profh/teuson, kai« oi˚ uJphre÷tai rJapi÷smasin aujto\n e¶labon.

                    Mark 14:72 kai« eujqu\ß e˙k deute÷rou aÓle÷ktwr e˙fw¿nhsen. kai« aÓnemnh/sqh
                    oJ Pe÷troß to\ rJhvma wJß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß o¢ti pri«n aÓle÷ktora
                    fwnhvsai di«ß tri÷ß me aÓparnh/shØ: kai« e˙pibalw»n e¶klaien.
                     

                    Mark 15:2 Kai« e˙phrw¿thsen aujto\n oJ Pila◊toß: su\ ei• oJ basileu\ß
                    tw◊n ∆Ioudai÷wn; oJ de« aÓpokriqei«ß aujtwˆ◊ le÷gei: su\ le÷geiß.

                    Mark 15:9 oJ de« Pila◊toß aÓpekri÷qh aujtoi√ß le÷gwn: qe÷lete aÓpolu/sw
                    uJmi√n to\n basile÷a tw◊n ∆Ioudai÷wn;

                    Mark 15:24 Kai« staurouvsin aujto\n kai« diameri÷zontai ta» i˚ma¿tia
                    aujtouv, ba¿llonteß klhvron e˙p∆ aujta» ti÷ß ti÷ a‡rhØ.

                    Mark 15:29 Kai« oi˚ paraporeuo/menoi e˙blasfh/moun aujto\n kinouvnteß
                    ta»ß kefala»ß aujtw◊n kai« le÷gonteß: ouja» oJ katalu/wn to\n nao\n kai«
                    oi˙kodomw◊n e˙n trisi«n hJme÷raiß,

                    Mark 16:1 Kai« diagenome÷nou touv sabba¿tou Mari÷a hJ Magdalhnh\ kai«
                    Mari÷a hJ [touv] ∆Iakw¿bou kai« Salw¿mh hjgo/rasan aÓrw¿mata iºna e˙lqouvsai
                    aÓlei÷ywsin aujto/n.

                    Mark 16:5 Kai« ei˙selqouvsai ei˙ß to\ mnhmei√on ei•don neani÷skon
                    kaqh/menon e˙n toi√ß dexioi√ß peribeblhme÷non stolh\n leukh/n, kai«
                    e˙xeqambh/qhsan. 6 oJ de« le÷gei aujtai√ß: mh\ e˙kqambei√sqe: ∆Ihsouvn
                    zhtei√te to\n Nazarhno\n to\n e˙staurwme÷non: hjge÷rqh, oujk e¶stin w—de:
                    i¶de oJ to/poß o¢pou e¶qhkan aujto/n. 7 aÓlla» uJpa¿gete ei¶pate toi√ß
                    maqhtai√ß aujtouv kai« twˆ◊ Pe÷trwˆ o¢ti proa¿gei uJma◊ß ei˙ß th\n
                    Galilai÷an: e˙kei√ aujto\n o¡yesqe, kaqw»ß ei•pen uJmi√n.

                    Luke 1:19 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ a‡ggeloß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: e˙gw¿ ei˙mi Gabrih\l
                    oJ paresthkw»ß e˙nw¿pion touv qeouv kai« aÓpesta¿lhn lalhvsai pro\ß se« kai«
                    eujaggeli÷sasqai÷ soi tauvta:

                    Luke 1:23 kai« e˙ge÷neto wJß e˙plh/sqhsan ai˚ hJme÷rai thvß leitourgi÷aß
                    aujtouv, aÓphvlqen ei˙ß to\n oi•kon aujtouv.

                    Luke 1:28 kai« ei˙selqw»n pro\ß aujth\n ei•pen: cai√re, kecaritwme÷nh, oJ
                    ku/rioß meta» souv.

                    Luke 1:61 kai« ei•pan pro\ß aujth\n o¢ti oujdei÷ß e˙stin e˙k thvß
                    suggenei÷aß sou o§ß kalei√tai twˆ◊ ojno/mati tou/twˆ.

                    Luke 1:73 o¢rkon o§n w‡mosen pro\ß ∆Abraa»m to\n pate÷ra hJmw◊n,
                    touv douvnai hJmi√n

                    Luke 2:49 kai« ei•pen pro\ß aujtou/ß: ti÷ o¢ti e˙zhtei√te÷ me; oujk hØ¡deite
                    o¢ti e˙n toi√ß touv patro/ß mou dei√ ei•nai÷ me;

                    Luke 2:51 kai« kate÷bh met∆ aujtw◊n kai« h™lqen ei˙ß Nazare«q kai« h™n
                    uJpotasso/menoß aujtoi√ß. kai« hJ mh/thr aujtouv dieth/rei pa¿nta ta»
                    rJh/mata e˙n thØv kardi÷aˆ aujthvß.

                    Luke 3:4 wJß ge÷graptai e˙n bi÷blwˆ lo/gwn ∆HsaiŒou touv profh/tou:
                    fwnh\ bow◊ntoß e˙n thØv e˙rh/mwˆ:
                    e˚toima¿sate th\n oJdo\n kuri÷ou,
                    eujqei÷aß poiei√te ta»ß tri÷bouß aujtouv:

                    Luke 3:12 h™lqon de« kai« telw◊nai baptisqhvnai kai« ei•pan pro\ß aujto/n:
                    dida¿skale, ti÷ poih/swmen;

                    Luke 3:17 ou∞ to\ ptu/on e˙n thØv ceiri« aujtouv diakaqa◊rai th\n a‚lwna
                    aujtouv kai« sunagagei√n to\n si√ton ei˙ß th\n aÓpoqh/khn aujtouv, to\ de«
                    a‡curon katakau/sei puri« aÓsbe÷stwˆ.

                    Luke 3:22 kai« katabhvnai to\ pneuvma to\ a‚gion swmatikwˆ◊ ei¶dei wJß
                    peristera»n e˙p∆ aujto/n, kai« fwnh\n e˙x oujranouv gene÷sqai: su\ ei• oJ
                    ui˚o/ß mou oJ aÓgaphto/ß, e˙n soi« eujdo/khsa.

                    Luke 4:4 kai« aÓpekri÷qh pro\ß aujto\n oJ ∆Ihsouvß: ge÷graptai o¢ti oujk
                    e˙p∆ a‡rtwˆ mo/nwˆ zh/setai oJ a‡nqrwpoß.

                    Luke 4:6 kai« ei•pen aujtwˆ◊ oJ dia¿boloß: soi« dw¿sw th\n e˙xousi÷an
                    tau/thn a‚pasan kai« th\n do/xan aujtw◊n, o¢ti e˙moi« parade÷dotai kai« wˆ—
                    e˙a»n qe÷lw di÷dwmi aujth/n:

                    Luke 4:8 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ge÷graptai: ku/rion
                    to\n qeo/n sou proskunh/seiß kai« aujtwˆ◊ mo/nwˆ latreu/seiß.

                    Luke 4:9 ⁄Hgagen de« aujto\n ei˙ß ∆Ierousalh\m kai« e¶sthsen e˙pi« to\
                    pteru/gion touv i˚erouv kai« ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ei˙ ui˚o\ß ei• touv qeouv,
                    ba¿le seauto\n e˙nteuvqen ka¿tw:

                    Luke 4:12 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß o¢ti ei¶rhtai: oujk
                    e˙kpeira¿seiß ku/rion to\n qeo/n sou.

                    Luke 4:24 ei•pen de÷: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti oujdei«ß profh/thß dekto/ß
                    e˙stin e˙n thØv patri÷di aujtouv. 25 e˙p∆ aÓlhqei÷aß de« le÷gw uJmi√n,
                    pollai« chvrai h™san e˙n tai√ß hJme÷raiß ∆Hli÷ou e˙n twˆ◊ ∆Israh/l, o¢te
                    e˙klei÷sqh oJ oujrano\ß e˙pi« e¶th tri÷a kai« mhvnaß eºx, wJß e˙ge÷neto
                    limo\ß me÷gaß e˙pi« pa◊san th\n ghvn,

                    Luke 4:34 e¶a, ti÷ hJmi√n kai« soi÷, ∆Ihsouv Nazarhne÷; h™lqeß aÓpole÷sai
                    hJma◊ß; oi•da¿ se ti÷ß ei•, oJ a‚gioß touv qeouv. 35 kai« e˙peti÷<br/><br/>(Message over 64 KB, truncated)
                  • Mardaga, Hellen
                    one could also simply consult works that have already published to simlilarities and differences between john/syn (no offense to Timothy s work who does this
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                      one could also simply consult works that have already published to simlilarities and differences between john/syn (no offense to Timothy's work who does this out of helpfulnes! thank you).

                      let's make sure we do not re-invent the wheel....

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                      From: johannine_literature@yahoogroups.com [johannine_literature@yahoogroups.com] on behalf of Timothy P. Jenney [drjenney@...]
                      Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 4:15 PM
                      To: John List
                      Subject: Re: [John_Lit] Verbatim agreements between John and the Synoptics



                      Good idea, Stphen!

                      Accordance Bible Softwar also allows users to perform an infer search
                      [explores intertextulity betwee texts].

                      I did a search for a string of six idenical lemmas inthe same verse, in
                      order (plus or minus one word), betwee John and the Synptics. The result
                      was that 394 total verses in the Synoptis had such a phrae.

                      Hee are the references:
                      Matt 1:18; 2:2, 5; 3:3, 11, 15, 17; 4:6, 10; 5:14, 16, 0, 22, 5–26, 28,
                      32; 6:1–2, 5–6, 8, 18; 7:11, 21; 8:4, 14, 20–21,23, 33–34; 99–10, 15, 19,
                      23, 28, 30, 3637; 10:23, 25, 32–33, 37, 39, 42 11:3, 19, 27; 12:4, 11, 18,
                      23, 4, 49–50; 1:19, 36–38; 14:22, 27; 15:28, 34, 39; 16:13, 16–17, 21,
                      24–25, 2–28; 174–5, 9, 22, 25; 18:1, 3, 21–22; 19:17, 23–24, 26, 28;
                      20:13, 17, 25–2; 21:1, , 9, 11–12, 14–15, 19, 21, 24, 31, 43; 2:16, 29,
                      42 23:30, 39; 24:2, 4, 34–35, 47; 25:8, 40; 26:3, 10–11, 14, 18 21, 24–25,
                      2931, 34, 45, 52–53, 63–64; 27:11, 17, 22, 29, 37, 40, 4; 28:1, 10; Mak
                      1:3, 7, 9, 11, 14, 17, 24–25, 37; 2:9, 11, 13, 15, 18–19, 6, 28; 3:7, 1,
                      28, 31–32; 4:11, 13,15, 38; 5:18–19, 22, 31, 33; 6:1 4, 14–15, 24, 29, 35,
                      45, 48, 5051; 7:18, 28–29, 33–34; 84, 10, 27, 29 31, 34–35, 38–9:1; 9:5,
                      7, 9, 12–13, 19, 22–23, 29, 31, 3, 41–42, 47;10:14, 18, 23–25, 27, 29, 37,
                      39, 51; 11:2–3, 6, 9, 11, 14 22–23, 25, 31 12:7, 14, 16–17, 37, 43;
                      13:1–3, 19, 24 30–31; 14:1, 13, 16, 18 21–22, 24, 26–27, 30, 34, 54,
                      61–62, 65, 72; 15:2 9 24, 29; 16:1, 5–7; Luke 1:19, 23, 28, 61, 73; 2:49,
                      51; 3:4, 12, 17 2; 4:4, 6, 8–9, 12, 24–25, 34–35, 41; 5:10–12, 21, 29–31;
                      6:4–5, 7–, 0; 7:3, 11, 13, 34, 36, 40; 8:45, 50; 9:22, 24, 26–27, 32–33,
                      35, 44,50,58, 62; 10:22, 26 37; 11:5, 7, 15, 48; 12:10, 22, 32, 37, 44;
                      13:12, 25, 27, 5; 14:26; 15:18 31; 16:15, 27–28; 17:17, 24, 30–31, , 37;
                      18:3, 16, 19, 22, 24, 29; 19:9, 26, 35; 20:1, 5, 15, 19, 34; 21:3–33,37–38; 22:19, 27, 29–30, 38, 59, 67, 69–70; 23:3, 34–5, 37, 43; 24:1, 5,
                      2 17, 19, 24, 36, 39–40, 44

                      Here is the hits graph:

                      For comparison’s sake ere is the same search using Thomas with the
                      Synoptis (48 hits):
                      Matt 627, 33; 7:3, 5; 10:16, 26; 12:28; 13:36; 19:10, 30; 21:19 43; 23:9,
                      13; Mar 1:15; 5:31; 7:1, 5; 9:12, 31; 10:15, 31; 12:34; 13:1; 1412–13;
                      Luke 4:24;:30 6:20, 41–42; 7:11; 8:1, 10, 17, 22; 9:2, 11; 10:9; 11:20,
                      52; 13:18, 8; 15:2 16:16; 17:21; 18:17; 24:7

                      And he graph:

                      I tried to paste the Greek text resuls in Unicode into this e-ail, but the
                      search highlighting did not copy over I had to use Accordance’snative
                      Greek ont instead, which is Helena. [A coy of it is attached to this
                      e-mail.] I’v appended those results as wel.

                      Hope this helps!

                      Blessings,
                      Dr. Tmothy P. Jenney
                      Adj. Faculty, Regent niversity, School of Diinity
                      Host an Producer, “Lighting the Lamp,” (Watch it on iTunes!)
                      Accordanc Bible Softwae

                      Thomas in the Synoptics
                      Matt 6:27 ti÷ß de« e˙x uJmw◊n merimn◊n du/natai prsqei√nai e˙pi th\n
                      hJliki÷an aujtouv phvcun eºna;

                      Matt 6:33 zhtei√te de« prw◊ton th\n bailei÷n [touv qeouv] kai« th\n
                      diaiosu/nhn aujtouv, kai« tauvta pa¿ntaprosteqh/setai uJmi√n.

                      Matt 7:3 ti÷de« ble÷peiß to\ ka¿rfoß to\ e˙n twˆ◊ ojqalmwˆ◊ touv aÓdelfouv
                      sou, th\n de«e˙ntwˆ◊ swˆ◊ ojfqalmwˆ◊ doko\n ouj katanoei√ß;

                      Matt 7:5 uJpokrita¿, e¶kbal prw◊ton ˙k touv ojfqalmouv souv th\n doko/n,
                      kai« to/te diale÷yeß e˙kbalei√n to\ ka¿rfoß e˙k touv ojfqalmouv touv
                      aÓdelfouv sou.

                      Matt10:6 ∆Idou\ e˙gw» aÓposte÷llw uJma◊ß wJß pro/bata e˙n me÷swˆ
                      lu/kw: gi÷nsqe ou™n fro/nimoi wJß oi˚ o¡feiß kai« aÓke÷raioi wß ai˚
                      peristerai÷.

                      Matt 0:26 Mh\ ou™n fobhqhvte aujtou/ß: oujde« ga¿r e˙stin
                      kekalumme÷non o§ oujk aÓpoalufqh/setai kai« krupto\n o§ uj gnwsqh/setai.

                      Matt 12:28 ei˙ d« e˙n pneu/mati qeouv e˙gw» e˙kba¿llw ta» dimo/nia, a‡ra
                      e¶fqasen e˙f∆uJma◊ß hJ basilei÷a touvqeouv.

                      Matt 13:36 To/te aÓfei«ß tou\ß o¡cloußh™lqen ei˙ß th\n o˙ki÷an. kai«
                      proshvlqon aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv le÷gonteß: diaafhson hJmi√n th\n
                      parabolh\n tw◊n zizani÷wn touv aÓgrouv.

                      Matt 19:10 Le÷gousin aujtwˆ oi˚ maqhtai« [aujtouv]: ei˙ u¢twß e˙sti«n
                      hJ ai˙ti÷a touv aÓnqrw¿pou meta thvß gunaiko/ß, ouj sumfe÷rei gmhvsi.

                      Matt 19:30 polloi« de« e¶sontai prw◊toi e¶scatoi kai« e¶scatoi prw◊toi.
                      Matt 21:1 kai« i˙dw»n sukhvn mian e˙pi« thvß oJdouv h™lqen e˙p∆ aujth\nkai« oujde«n eu∞ren e˙n aujthØv ei˙ mh fu/lla mo/non, kai« le÷gei aujthØv:
                      mke÷tie˙k souv karpo\ß ge÷nhtai ei˙ß to\n ai˙w◊na. kai« e˙xhra¿nqh
                      pararhvma hJ sukh.

                      Matt 21:43 dia» touvto le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti aÓrqh/setai aÓf∆ Jmw◊n hJ
                      basileia touv qeouv kai« doqh/setai e¶qnei poiouvnti tou\ß karpoß
                      aujthvß.

                      Mtt 23:9 kai« pate÷ra mh\ kale÷shte uJmw◊n e˙pi« thvß ghvß,ei–ß ga¿r
                      estin uJmw◊n oJ path\r oJoujra¿nioß.

                      Matt 23:13 Oujai« de« uJmi√n, grammtei√ß kai« Farisa√oi uJpokritai÷,
                      o¢ti klei÷ete th\n basilei÷an tw◊n oujraw◊n e¶mprosqen tw◊naÓnqrw¿pwn:
                      uJmei√ßga»r oujk ei˙se÷rcesqe oujde« tou\ß ei˙sercome÷nouß aÓfiete
                      ei˙selqei√n.
                      Mark 1:15 kai« le÷gwn o¢ti peplh/rwtai oJ kairo\ß kai« h¡giken hJ asilei÷a
                      touv qeouv: metanoei√te kai« pisteu/ete e˙ twˆ◊ eujaggeli÷wˆ.

                      ark 5:31 kai« e¶legon aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv: blepeiß to\n o¡clon
                      sunli÷bonta¿ se kai« le÷geiß: ti÷ß mou h¢yato;

                      Mark 7:1 Kai« suna¿gontai pr\ß aujto\n oi˚ Farisai√oi kai÷ tineß tw◊n
                      grammae÷wn e˙lqo/nteß aÓpo\ ÔIerosolu/mwn.

                      Mark 7: ki« e˙perwtw◊sin aujto\n i˚ Farisai√oi kai« oi˚ grammatei√ß: dia»
                      ti÷ ouj perpatouvsin oi˚ maqhta÷ sou kata» th\n para¿dosin tw◊n
                      presbute÷rwn, aÓlla» konai√ß cersi«n e˙sqiousin to\n a‡rton;

                      Mark 9:12 oJ de« e¶fh aujtoi√ß: Hli÷aß me«n e˙lqw»n prw◊ton aÓpkaqista¿ne
                      pa¿nta: kai« pw◊ß ge÷graptai e˙pi« to\nui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou iºna pola»
                      pa¿qhØ kai« e˙xoudenhqhØv;

                      Mark 9:31 e˙d÷dasken ga»r tou\ß maqhta»ß ajtouv kai« e¶legen aujtoi√ß o¢ti
                      oJ ui˚o\ß tou aÓnqrw¿pou paradi÷dota ei˙ß cei√raß aÓnqrw¿pw kai«
                      aÓpoktenouvsin aujto/n kai« aÓpoktanqei«ß meta» trei√ß hJme÷raß
                      aÓnasth/setai.

                      Mark 10:15 aÓmh\n le÷gw Jmi√n, o§ß a·n mh\ de÷xhtai th\n basilei÷an touv
                      qeouv wJß paidion, ouj mh\ ei˙se÷lqhØ ei˙ß aujth/n.

                      Mark 10:31 polloi« de« e¶sontai rw◊toi e¶scatoi kai« [oi˚] e¶scatoi
                      prw◊toi.

                      Mark 12:34 kai« oJ ∆Ihsouvßi˙dw»n [aujto\n] o¢ti nounecw◊ß aÓpekri÷qh
                      ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ouj makra»n ei• aÓpo\ thvß asilei÷aß touv qeouv. kai«
                      oujdei«ß oujke÷ti e˙to/lma aujto\n e˙perwthvsi.

                      Mark 13:1 Kai« e˙kporeuome÷nou aujtou e˙k touv i˚erouv le÷gei aujtwˆ◊
                      ei–ß tw◊n maqhtw◊n aujtouv: dida¿skale, i¶depotapoi« li÷qoi kai« potapai«
                      oi˙kodomai÷.

                      Mark 14:12 Kai« thØv prw¿thØ hJme÷raˆ twn aÓzu/mwn, o¢te to\ p¿sca
                      e¶quon, le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv: pouv qe÷leiß aÓpelqo/nteße˚toima¿swmen iºna fa¿ghØß to\ pa¿sca; 13 ai« aÓposte÷llei du/o tw◊n
                      maqhtw◊n aujtouv kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: uJpa¿gete eiß th\n po/lin, kai«
                      aÓpanth/sei uJmi√n a‡nqrwpoß kera¿mion u¢datoß basta¿zwn:aÓkolouqh/sate
                      aujtwˆ◊

                      Luke 4:24 ei•pen de÷: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢tioujdei«ß profh/thß dekto/ß
                      e˙stin e˙n thØv patri÷di aujtouv.

                      Luke 5:0 kai« e˙go/gguzon oi˚ Frisai√oi kai« oi˚ grammatei√ß aujtw◊n pro\ß
                      tou\ß maqhta»ß aujtouv legonteß: dia» ti÷ meta» tw◊n telwnw◊n kai«
                      aJmartwlw◊n e˙sqi÷ete kai« pi÷nete

                      Luke 6:20 Kai« aujto\ß e˙pa¿raß tou\ß ojqalmou\ß aujtouv ei˙ß tou\ß
                      maqha»ß aujtouv e¶legen:
                      Maka¿rioi oi˚ ptwcoi÷,
                      o¢ti uJmete÷ra e˙stin hJ basilei÷a touv qeouv.

                      Luke 6:41 Ti÷ de« ble÷peiß o\ ka¿rfoß to\ e˙n twˆ◊ ojfqalmwˆ◊ touv
                      aÓdelfouv sou, th\n de« doko\n th\n ˙n twˆ◊ i˙di÷wˆ ojfqalmwˆ◊ ouj
                      katanoei√ß; 42 pw◊ß du/nasai le÷gein twˆ◊aÓdelfwˆ◊ sou: aÓdelfe÷, a‡feß
                      e˙kba¿lw to\ ka¿rfoß to\ e˙n twˆ◊ ojfqalwˆ◊ sou, aujto\ß th\n e˙n twˆ◊
                      ojfqalmwˆ◊ sou dko\n ouj ble÷pwn; uJpokrita¿, e¶kbale prw◊ton th\n doko\n
                      e˙k touv ojfqalmou sou, kai« to/te diable÷yeiß to\ ka¿rfoß to\ e˙n twˆ◊
                      ojfqalmwˆ◊ touv aÓdelfuv sou e˙kbalei√n.

                      Luke 7:11 Kai« e˙ge÷neto e˙n twˆ◊ e˚xhvß e˙pore/qh ei˙ß po/lin
                      kaloume÷nhn Nai∑n kai« sueporeu/onto aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv kai«
                      o¡cloß polu/ß.

                      Luke 8: Kai« e˙ge÷neto e˙n twˆ◊ kaqexhvß kai« aujto\ß diw¿deuen kata»
                      po/lin ai« kw¿mhn khru/sswn kai« eujaggelizo/menoß th\n basilei÷an touv
                      qeou kai« oi˚ dw¿deka su\n jtwˆ◊,

                      Luke 8:10 oJ de« ei•pen: uJmi√n de÷dotai gnw◊nai ta» musth/ria thvß
                      basilei÷aß touv qeouv, toiß de« loipoi√ß e˙n parabolai√ß, iºna
                      ble÷ponteß mh\ ble÷pwsin
                      kai« aÓkou/onteß mh\ suniw◊sin.

                      Luke 8:17 ouj ga¿r e˙stin krupto\n o§ uj fanero\n genh/setai oujde«
                      aÓpo/krufon o§ ouj mh\ gnwsqhØv kai« ei˙ß anero\n e¶lqhØ.

                      Luke 8:22 ∆Ege÷neto de« e˙n miaˆ◊ tw◊n hJmerw◊n ki« aujto\ß e˙ne÷bh
                      i˙ ploi√on kai« oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv kai« ei•pen pro\ß aujtou/ß:
                      die÷lqwmen eiß to\ pe÷ran thvß li÷mnhß, kai« aÓnh/cqhsan.

                      Luke 9:2 kai« aÓpe÷steilen aujou\ß khru/ssein th\n basili÷an touv qeouv
                      kai« i˙a◊sqai [tou\ß aÓsqenei√ß],

                      Luke 9:11 oi˚ de« o¡cloi gno/nteß hjkolou/qhsan aujtwˆ◊: kai« aÓpodexa¿menoß
                      aujtou\ß ˙la¿lei aujtoi√ß peri« thvß basilei÷aß touv qeouv, kai« tou\ß
                      crei÷an e¶conta qeraei÷aß i˙a◊to.

                      Luke 10:9 kai« qerapeu/ete tou\ß e˙n aujthØv aÓsqenei√ß ai« le÷gete
                      aujtoi√ß: h¡ggiken e˙f∆ uJma◊ß hJ basilei÷a touv qeouv.

                      Luke 1:20 ei˙ de« e˙n daktu/lwˆ qeouv [e˙gw»] e˙kba¿llw ta» daimo/niaa‡ra
                      e¶fqasen e˙f∆ uJm◊ßhJ basilei÷a touv qeouv.

                      Luke 11:52 Oujai« uJmi√n toi√ß nomikoi√, o¢ti h¡rate th\n klei√da thvß
                      gnw¿sewß: aujtoi« oujk ei˙sh/lqate kai« tou\ß ei˙sercome÷nouß e˙wlu/sate.

                      Luke 13:18 ⁄Elegen ou™n: ti÷ni Jmoi÷a e˙sti«n hJ bailei÷a touv qeouv
                      kai« ti÷ni oJmoiw¿sw aujth/n;

                      Luk 13:28 e˙kei√ e¶stai oJ klauqmo\ß kai« oJ brugmo\ß tw◊n ojdo/ntwn, o¢tan
                      o¡yhsqe ∆Abraa»m kai« ∆Isaa»k kai« ∆Iakw»b kai« pa¿ntaß tou\ß profh/taß e˙n
                      thØv basilei÷aˆ touv qeuv, ua◊ß de« e˙kballome÷nouß e¶xw.

                      Luke 15:2 kai« diego/gguzon oiº te arii√oi kai« oi˚ grammatei√ß le÷gonteß
                      o¢ti ou∞toß aJmartwlou\ß prosde÷ci kai« sunesqi÷ei aujtoi√ß.

                      Luke 16:16 ÔO no/moß kai« oi˚ profhvtaime÷cri ∆Iwa¿nnou: aÓpo\ to/te hJ
                      bailei÷a touv qeouv eujaggeli÷zet pa◊ß ei˙ß aujth\n bia¿zetai.

                      Luke 17:1 oujde« e˙rouvsin: i˙dou\ w—de h¡: e˙kei√, i˙dou\ ga»r hJ
                      basilei÷a touv qeuv e˙nto\ß uJmw◊n e˙stin.

                      Luke 18:17 aÓmh\ne÷gw uJmi√n, o§ß a·n h\ de÷xhtai th\n basili÷an touv
                      qeouv wJß paidi÷on, ouj mh\ ei˙se÷lqhØ e˙ß aujth/n.

                      Luke 24:7 e÷gwn to\n ui˚o\n touvaÓnqrw¿pou o¢t dei√ paradoqhvnai ei˙ß
                      cei√raß aÓnqrw¿pwn aJmartwlw◊n kai« sturwqhvnai kai thØv tri÷thØ Jme÷raˆ
                      aÓnasthvnai.

                      John in The Synoptics
                      Matt 118 Touv de« ∆Ihsouv Cristouv hJ ge÷nesiß ou¢twß h™n.
                      mnhsteuqei÷shß thv mhtr\ß aujtouv Mari÷aß twˆ◊ ∆Iwsh/f, pri«n h
                      sunelqei√n aujtou\ß euJre÷qh e˙n gastri« e¶cousa e˙k pneu/matoß aJgi÷ou.
                      Matt 2:2 le÷gonteß: pouv e˙stin oJ tecqei«ß basileu\ß tw◊n ∆Ioudai÷wn;
                      ei¶omen ga»r aujtouv to\n aÓste÷ra e˙n thØv aÓnatolhØv kai« h¡lqomen
                      proskunvsai aujtwˆ◊.

                      Matt 2:5 oi˚ de« ei•pan aujtwˆ◊: e˙n Bhqle÷em thvß ∆Ioudai÷ß: ou¢twß ga»r
                      ge÷graptai dia» touv profh/tou:

                      Matt 3:3 ou∞toß ga¿r e˙stin oJ rJhqei« dia» ∆HsaiŒou touv profh/tou
                      le÷gontoß:
                      fwnh\ bow◊ntoß e˙n thØv e˙rh/wˆ:
                      e˚toima¿sate th\n oJdo\n kuri÷ou,
                      eujqei÷aß poiei√te taß tri÷bouß aujtouv.

                      Matt 3:11 ∆Egw» me«n uJma◊ß bapti÷zw e˙n u¢dati i˙ß meta¿noian, oJ de«
                      ojpi÷sw mou e˙rco/mnoß i˙scuro/tero/ß mou/ e˙stin, ou∞ oujk ei˙mi« i˚kano\ß
                      ta» uJpodh/ata basta¿sai: aujto\ß uJma◊ß bapti÷sei e˙n pneu/mati aJgi÷wˆ
                      kai« puri÷:

                      Matt 3:15 aÓpokriqei«ß de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen pro\ß aujto/n: a‡feß a‡rti,ou¢twß ga»r pre÷pon e˙sti«n hJmi√n plhrw◊sai pa◊san dikaiosu/nhn. to/te
                      aÓfi÷sin aujto/n.

                      Matt 3:17 kai« i˙dou\ fwnh\ e˙k tw◊n oujranw◊n le÷gousa: ou∞o/ß e˙stin oJ
                      ui˚o/ß mou oJ aÓgaphto/ß, e˙n wˆ— eujdo/khsa.

                      Matt 4:6 kai le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: ei˙ ui˚o\ß ei• touv qeouv, ba¿le seauto\n
                      ka¿tw: ge÷graptai ga»r o¢ti
                      toi√ßaÓgge÷loiß aujtouv e˙ntelei√tai peri« souv
                      kai« e˙pi« ceirw◊n aÓrousi÷n se,
                      mh/pote prosko/yhØß pro\ß li÷qon to\n po/da sou.

                      Matt 4:10to/te le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: u¢page, satana◊: ge÷graptai
                      ga¿r: ku/ion to\n qeo/n sou proskunh/seiß kai« aujtwˆ◊ mo/nwˆ latreu/seiß.

                      Matt 514 ÔUmei√ß e˙ste to\ fw◊ß touv ko/smou. ouj du/natai po/liß
                      krubhvnai ˙pa¿nw o¡rouß keime÷nh:

                      Matt :16 ou¢twß lamya¿tw to\ fw◊ß uJmw◊n e¶mprosqen tw◊n aÓnqrw¿pwn, o¢pwß
                      i¶dwin uJmw◊n ta» kala» e¶rga kai« doxa¿swsin to\n patera uJmw◊n to\n e˙n
                      toiç oujranoiç.

                      Matt 5:20 Le÷gw ga»r uJmi√n o¢ti ˙a»n mh\ perisseu/shØ uJmw◊n hJ
                      dikaiosu/nh plei√on tw◊n grammate÷wnkai« Farisai÷wn, ouj mh\ e˙se÷lqhte
                      ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an tw◊n oujranw◊n.

                      Matt 5:22 e˙gw» de« le÷gw uJm√n o¢ti pa◊ß oJ ojrgizo/menoß twˆ◊ aÓdelfwˆ◊
                      aujtouv e¶nocoß e¶stai hØv kri÷sei: o§ß d∆ a·n ei¶phØ twˆ◊ aÓdelfwˆ◊
                      aujtou: rJaka¿, e¶nocoß e¶stai twˆ◊ sunedri÷wˆ: o§ß d∆ a·n ei¶phØ: mwre÷,
                      e¶noco e¶stai ei˙ß th\n ge÷ennan touv puro/ß.

                      Matt 5:25 i¶sqi eujnow◊n twˆ◊ aÓntid÷kwˆ sou tacu/, eºwß o¢tou i• met∆
                      aujtouv e˙n thØv oJdwˆ◊, mh/pote÷ se paradwˆ◊ oJ aÓnti÷dikoß twˆ krithØv
                      kai« oJ krith\ß twˆ◊ uJphre÷thØ kai« ei˙ß fulakh\n blhqh/shØ 26 aÓmh\n
                      le÷gw soi, ouj mh\ e˙xe÷lqhØß e˙kei√en, eºwß a·n aÓpodwˆ◊ß to\n e¶scaton
                      kodra¿nthn.

                      Matt 5:28 e˙gw» de« le÷w uJmi√n o¢ti pa◊ß oJ ble÷pwn gunai√ka pro\ß to\
                      e˙piqmhvsai aujth\n h¡dh e˙moi÷ceusen aujth\n e˙n thØv kardi÷aˆ aujtouv.

                      Matt 5:3 e˙gw» de« le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti pa◊ß oJ aÓpolu/wn th\n gunai√ka
                      aujtouvparekto\ß lo/gou pornei÷aß poiei√ aujth\n moiceuqhvnai, kai« o§ß
                      e˙a»n Ópolelume÷nhn gamh/shØ, moica◊tai.

                      Matt 6:1 Prose÷cete [de«] thn dikaiosu/nhn uJmw◊n mh\ poiei√n
                      e¶mprosen tw◊n aÓnqrw¿pwn pro\ß to\ qeaqhvnai aujtoi√ß: ei˙ de« mh/ ge,
                      misqo\n oujke¶cete para» twˆ◊ patr« uJmw◊n twˆ◊ e˙n toi√ß oujranoi√ß. 2
                      ›Otan ou™n poihØvß e˙lehmosu/nhn, m\ salpi÷shØß e¶mprosqe÷n sou, w‚sper oi˚
                      uJpokritai« poiouvsin e˙n tai√ß sungwgai√ß kai« e˙n tai√ß rJu/maiß, o¢pwß
                      doxasqw◊sin uJpo\ tw◊n aÓnqrw¿pn: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n, aÓpe÷cousin to\n
                      misqo\n aujtw◊n

                      Matt 6:5 Kai« o¢tan proseu/chsqe, oujk e¶sesqe wJß oi˚ uJpokritai÷, o¢t
                      filouvsin e˙n tai√ß sunagwgai√ß kai« e˙n tai√ß gwni÷aiß tw◊n plateiw◊n
                      e˚st◊teß proseu/cesqai, o¢pwß fanw◊sin toi√ß aÓqrw¿poiß: aÓmh\n le÷gw
                      uJmi√n, aÓpe÷cousin to\n misqo\n aujtw◊n. 6 su\ de« ¢tan proseu/chØ,
                      ei¶selqe ei˙ß to\ tamei√o/n sou kai« klei÷saß th\n qu/an sou pro/seuxai
                      twˆ◊ patri÷ sou twˆ◊e˙n twˆ◊ kruptwˆ◊: kai« oJ path/r sou oJ ble÷pwn e˙n
                      twˆ◊ kruptwˆ◊ aÓpodw¿si soi.

                      Matt 6:8 mh\ ou™n oJmoiwqhvte aujtoi√ß: oi•den ga»r oJ path\r uJmw◊nw—n
                      crei÷an e¶cete pro\ touv uJma◊ß ai˙thvsai aujto/n.

                      Matt 6:18 ¢pwß mh\ fanhØvß toi√ß aÓnqrw¿poiß nhsteu/wn aÓlla» twˆ◊ patri÷
                      sou twˆ◊ e˙n twˆ◊ krufi÷wˆ: kai« oJ path/r sou oJ ble÷pwn e˙n twˆ◊
                      krufai÷wˆ aÓpodw¿sei soi.

                      Matt 7:11 ei˙ ou™n uJei√ß ponhroi« o¡nteß oi¶date do/mata aÓgaqa» dido/nai
                      toi√ßte÷knoiß uJmw◊n, po/swˆ ma◊llon oJ path\r uJmw◊n oJ e˙n toi√ß
                      oujranoi√ß dw¿ei aÓgaqa» toi√ß ai˙touvsin aujto/n.

                      Matt 7:21 Ouj pa◊ß oJ le÷gwn moi: u/rie ku/rie, ei˙seleu/setai ei˙
                      th\n basilei÷an tw◊n oujranw◊n, aÓll∆ oJ poiw◊n to\ qe÷lhma touv patro/ mou
                      touv e˙n toi√ß oujranoi√ß.

                      Matt 8:4 kai« le÷gei aujwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: o¢ra mhdeni« ei¶phØß, aÓlla»
                      u¢page seauto\n dei√xon twˆ◊ ˚erei√ kai« prose÷negkon to\ dw◊ron o§
                      prose÷taxen Mwu¨shvß, ei˙ß martu/rioaujtoi√ß.

                      Matt 8:14 Kai« e˙lqw»n oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei˙ß th\n oi˙ki÷an Pe÷tro ei•den
                      th\n penqeran aujtouv beblhme÷nhn kai« pure÷ssousan:

                      Matt 8:20 kai« le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Isouvß: ai˚ aÓlw¿pekeß fwleou\ß e¶cousin
                      kai« ta» peteina» touv oujranouv katakhnw¿seiß, oJ de« ui˚o\ß touv
                      aÓnqrw¿pou oujk e¶cei pouv h\n kefalh\n kli÷nhØ. 21 eºteroß de« tw◊n
                      maqhtw◊n [aujtouv] ei•pen aujtwˆ◊:ku/rie, e˙pi÷treyo/n moi prw◊ton
                      aÓpelqei√n kai« qa¿yai to\n pate÷ra mou.

                      Mtt 8:23 Kai« e˙mba¿nti aujtwˆ◊ ei˙ß to\ ploi√on hjkoou/qhsan aujtwˆ◊
                      oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv.

                      Matt 8:33 oi˚ de« bo/skonteß e¶fuon, kai« aÓpelqo/nteß ei˙ß th\n po/lin
                      aÓph/ggeilan pa¿nta kai« ta» tw◊n daionizome÷nwn. 34 kai« i˙dou\ pa◊sa hJ
                      po/liß e˙xhvlqen ei˙ß uJpa¿nthsin tw◊ ∆Ihsouv kai« i˙do/nteß aujto\n
                      pareka¿lesan o¢pwß metabhØv aÓpo\ tw◊n oJriwn aujtw◊n.

                      Matt 9: Kai« para¿gwn oJ ∆Ihsouvß e˙kei√qen ei•den a‡nqrwpon kaqh/menon
                      e˙pi«to\ telw¿nion, Maqqai√on lego/menon, kai« le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: aÓkolou/qei
                      mo. kai« aÓnasta»ß hjkolou/qhsen aujtwˆ◊.

                      Matt 9:10 Kai« e˙ge÷neto aujtouv aÓakeime÷nou e˙n thØv oi˙ki÷aˆ, kai«
                      i˙dou\ polloi« telw◊nai kai« amartwloi« e˙lqo/nteß sunane÷keinto twˆ◊
                      ∆Ihsouv kai« toi√ß maqhtai√ß aujtouv.
                      Matt 9:15 kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: mh\ du/nantai oi˚ ui˚oi« touv
                      umfw◊noß penqei√n e˙f∆ o¢son met∆ aujtw◊n e˙stin oJ numfi÷oß; e˙leu/sontai
                      de« hJme÷rai o¢tanaÓparqhØv aÓp∆ aujtw◊n oJ numfi÷oß, kai« to/te
                      nhsteu/sousin.

                      Matt 9:1 kai« e˙gerqei«ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß hjkolou/qhsen aujtwˆ◊ kai« oi˚
                      maqhtai« aujtov.

                      Matt 9:23 Kai« e˙lqw»n oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei˙ß th\n oi˙ki÷an touva‡rcontoß
                      kai« i˙dw»n tou\ß aujlhta»ß kai« to\n o¡clon qorubou/menon

                      Mtt 9:28 e˙lqo/nti de« ei˙ß th\n oi˙ki÷an proshvlqon aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ tuflo÷,
                      kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: pisteu/ete o¢ti du/namai touvt poihvsai;
                      le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: nai« ku/rie.

                      Matt 9:30 kai« hjnewˆ¿cqhsan aujtw◊n oi˚ ojfqlmoi÷. kai« e˙nebrimh/qh
                      aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gwn: oJra◊te mhdei«ß ginske÷tw.

                      Matt 9:36 ∆Idw»n de« tou\ß o¡clouße˙splagcni÷sqh peri« aujtw◊n, o¢ti
                      h™san e˙skulme÷noi kai« e˙rrimme÷noi wsei« pro/bata mh\ e¶conta poime÷na.
                      37 to/te le÷gei toi√ß maqhtai√ß ajtouv: oJ me«n qerismo\ß polu/ß, oi˚ de«
                      e˙rga¿ta ojli÷goi:

                      Matt 10:23 ›Otan de« diw¿kwsin uJma◊ß e˙n thØv po/lei tau/thØ, feu/gete
                      ei˙ß th\n e˚te÷ran: aÓmh\n ga»r le÷gw uJmi√n, ouj mh\ tele÷shte ta»ß po/leiß
                      touv ∆Israh\l eºwß a·n e¶lqhØ oJ ui˚o\ touv aÓnqrw¿pou.

                      Matt 10:25 aÓrketo\n twˆ◊ maqhthØv iºna ge÷nhtai wJß oJ dda¿skaloß aujtouv
                      kai« oJdouvloß wJß oJ ku/rioß aujtouv. ei˙ to\n oi˙kodespo/thn Beelzebou\l
                      e˙pekalesan, po/swˆ ma◊llon tou\ß oi˙kiakou\ß aujtouv.

                      Matt 10:32 Pa◊ß ou™no¢stiß oJmologh/sei e˙n e˙moi« e¶mprosqen tw◊n
                      aÓnqrw¿pwn, oJologh/sw kaÓgw» e˙n aujtwˆ◊ e¶mprosqen touv patro/ß mou touv
                      e˙n [toi√ß] oujrnoi√ß: 33 o¢stiß d∆ a·n aÓrnh/shtai÷ me e¶mprosqen tw◊n
                      aÓnqrw¿pwn, aÓrn/somai kaÓgw» aujto\n e¶mprosqen touv patro/ß mou touv e˙n
                      [toiç] oujanoiç.

                      Matt 10:37 ÔO filw◊n pate÷ra h£ hte÷ra uJpe«r e˙me« oujk e¶stin mou
                      a‡xioß, kai« oJ filw◊n ui˚o\n h£ ugate÷ra uJpe«r e˙me« oujk e¶stin mou
                      a‡xioß:

                      Matt 10:39 oJ euJrw»n th\ yuch\n aujtouv aÓpole÷sei aujth/n, kai« oJ
                      aÓpole÷saß th\n yuchn aujtouv eºneken e˙mouv euJrh/sei aujth/n.

                      Matt 10:42 kai« o§ß a·n poti÷sh eºna tw◊n mikrw◊n tou/twn poth/rion yucrouv
                      mo/non ei˙ß o¡noma maqhtouv, amh\n le÷gw uJmi√n, ouj mh\ aÓpole÷shØ to\n
                      misqo\n aujtouv.

                      Matt 11:3 ei•en aujtwˆ◊: su\ ei• oJ e˙rco/menoß h£ eºteron prosdokw◊men;

                      Matt 11:19 h™qen oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou e˙sqi÷wn kai« pi÷nwn, kai«
                      le÷gousin: i˙dou\ anqrwpoß fa¿goß kai« oi˙nopo/thß, telwnw◊n fi÷loß kai«
                      aJmartwlw◊n. ki« e˙dikaiw¿qh hJ sofi÷a aÓpo\ tw◊n e¶rgwn aujthvß.

                      Matt 11:27 Pa¿nta moi predo/qh uJpo\ touv patro/ß mou, kai« oujdei«ß
                      e˙piginw¿skei to\n ui˚o\n ei mh\ oJ path/r, oujde« to\n pate÷ra tiß
                      e˙piginw¿skei ei˙ mh\ oJ ui˚o\ß kai« wˆ— e˙a»n ou/lhtai oJ ui˚o\ß
                      aÓpokalu/ai.

                      Matt 12:4 pw◊ß ei˙shvlqen ei˙ß to\n oi•kon touv qeouv kai« tou\ß a‡rtoußthvß proqe÷sewß e¶fagon, o§ oujk e˙xo\n h™n aujtwˆ◊ fagei√n oujde« toi√ß
                      me∆ aujtouv ei˙ mh\ toi√ß i˚eruvsin mo/noiß;

                      Matt 12:11 oJ de« ei•pen aujtoi√ß: ti÷ß e¶stai e˙x uJmw◊n a‡nqwpoß o§ß
                      eºxei pro/baton e≠n kai« e˙a»ne˙mpe÷shØ touvto toi√ß sa¿bbasin ei˙ß
                      bo/qunon, oujci« krath/sei aujto\ kai«e˙gerei√;

                      Matt 12:18 i˙dou\oJ pai√ß mou o§n hØJre÷tisa,
                      oJ aÓgaphto/ß mou ei˙ß o§n eujdo/khen hJ yuch/ mou:
                      qh/sw to\ pneuvma¿ mou e˙p∆ aujto/n,
                      kai kri÷sin toi√ß e¶qnesin aÓpaggelei√.

                      Matt 12:3 kai« e˙xi÷stanto pa¿nteß oi˚ o¡cloi kai« e¶legon: mh/ti ou∞to/ß
                      e˙stin oJui˚o\ß Daui÷d;

                      Matt 12:40 w‚sper ga»r h™n ∆Iwna◊ß e˙n thØv koili÷aˆ tou kh/touß trei√ß
                      hJme÷raß kai« trei√ß nu/ktaß, ou¢twß e¶stai oJ ui˚o\ touv aÓnqrw¿pou e˙n
                      thØv kardi÷aˆ thvß ghvß trei√ß hJme÷raß ka« trei√ß nu/ktaß.

                      Matt 12:49 kai« e˙ktei÷naß th\n cei√ra aujtouv e˙pi« touß maqhta»ß aujtouv
                      ei•pen: i˙dou\ hJ mh/thr mou kai« oi˚ aÓdelfoi÷ mou. 50o¢stiß ga»r a·n
                      poih/shØ to\ qe÷lhma touv patro/ß mou touv e˙n ujranoi√ß aujto/ß mou
                      aÓdelfo\ß kai« aÓdelfh\ kai« mh/tr e˙sti÷n.

                      Matt 13:19 panto\ß aÓkou/ontoß to\n lo/gon thvß basilei÷aß kai mh\
                      sunie÷ntoß e¶rcetai oJ ponhro\ß kai« aJrpa¿zei to\ e˙sparme÷non en thØv
                      kardi÷aˆ aujtouv, ou∞to/ß e˙stin oJ para» th\n oJdo\n sparei÷ß.

                      att 13:36 To/te aÓfei«ß tou\ß o¡clouß h™lqen ei˙ß th\n oi˙ki÷an. kai«
                      prshvlqon aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv le÷goteß: diasa¿fhson hJmi√n th\n
                      parabolh\n tw◊n zizani÷wn touv aÓgrouv. 37 oJ d« aÓpokriqei«ß ei•pen: oJ
                      spei÷rwn to\ kalo\n spe÷rma e˙sti«n oJ ui˚o\ß tuv aÓnqrw¿pou, 38 oJ de«
                      aÓgro/ß e˙stin oJ ko/smoß, to\ de« kalo\n spe÷rmaou∞toi÷ ei˙sin oi˚ ui˚oi«
                      thvß basilei÷aß: ta» de« ziza¿nia¿ ei˙sin oi˚ i˚oi« touv ponhrouv,

                      Matt 14:22 Kai« eujqe÷wß hjna¿gkasen tou\ß maqhta»ße˙mbhvnai ei˙ß to\
                      ploi√on kai« proa¿gein aujto\n ei˙ß to\ pe÷ran, eºwß ou∞aÓpolu/shØ tou\ß
                      o¡clouß.

                      Matt 14:27 eujqu\ß de« e˙la¿lhsen [oJ ∆Ihsouvß aujtoi√ß le÷gwn: qarsei√te,
                      e˙gw¿ ei˙mi: mh\ fobei√sqe.

                      Matt 15:28 to/t aÓpokriqei«ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujthØv: w° gu/nai, mega¿lh
                      sou hJ pi÷sti: genhqh/tw soi wJß qe÷leiß. kai« i˙a¿qh hJ quga¿thr aujthvß
                      aÓpo\ thvßw‚raß e˙kei÷nhß.

                      Matt 15:34 ka« le÷gei aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: po/souß a‡rtouß e¶cete; oi˚ de«
                      ei•pan: epta» kai« ojli÷ga i˙cqu/dia.

                      Matt 15:39 Kai« aÓpolu/saß tou\ß o¡clouß ˙ne÷bh ei˙ß to\ ploi√on kai«
                      h™lqen ei˙ ta» o¢ria Magada¿n.

                      Matt 16:13 ∆Elqw»n de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei˙ß ta» e÷rh Kaisarei÷aß thvß
                      Fili÷ppou hjrw¿ta tou\ß maqhta»ß aujtouv le÷gwn: ti÷n le÷gousin oi˚
                      a‡nqrpoi ei•nai to\n ui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou;

                      Matt 16:16 aÓpokriqei«ß de« Si÷wn Pe÷troß ei•pen: su\ ei• oJ cristo\ß oJ
                      ui˚o\ß touv qeouv touv zw◊ntoß. 1 aÓpokriqei«ß de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen
                      aujtwˆ◊: maka¿rioß ei•, Si÷mwn Bariwna◊, o¢ti sa»rx kai« ai–m oujk
                      aÓpeka¿luye÷n soi aÓll∆ oJ path/r mou oJ e˙n toi√ß oujranoi√ß.

                      Matt 1621 ∆Apo\ to/te h¡rxato oJ ∆Ihsouvß deiknu/ein toi√ß maqhtai√ß
                      aujtouvo¢ti dei√ aujto\n ei˙ß ÔIeroso/luma aÓpelqei√n kai« polla» paqei√n
                      aÓp\ tw◊n presbute÷rwn kai« aÓrciere÷wn kai« grammate÷wn kai«
                      aÓpoktanqhvna kai« thØv tri÷thØ hJme÷raˆ e˙gerqhvnai.

                      Matt 16:24 To/te oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen toi√ß mqhtai√ß aujtouv: ei¶ tiß
                      qe÷lei ojpi÷sw mou e˙lqei√n, aÓparnhsa¿sqwe˚auto\n kai« aÓra¿tw to\n
                      stauro\n aujtouv kai« aÓkolouqei÷tw moi. 25 §ß ga»r e˙a»n qe÷lhØ th\n
                      yuch\n aujtuv sw◊sai aÓpole÷sei aujth/n: o§ß d∆ a·n aÓpole÷shØ th\n yuch\n
                      aujtouv eºneke e˙mouv euJrh/sei aujth/n.

                      Matt 16:27 me÷llei ga»r oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿ou e¶rcesqai e˙n thØv do/xhØ
                      touv patro\ß aujtouv meta» tw◊n aÓgge÷lwn aujtouv, kai« to/te aÓpdw¿sei
                      e˚ka¿stwˆ kata» th\n pra◊xin aujtouv. 28 aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢tiei˙si÷n
                      tineß tw◊n w—de e˚stw¿twn oiºtineß ouj mh\ geu/swntai qana¿tou eºwß ·n
                      i¶dwsin to\n ui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou e˙rco/menon e˙n thØv basileiaˆ aujtouv.

                      Matt 17:4 Ópokriqei«ß de« oJ Pe÷troß ei•pen twˆ◊ ∆Ihsouv: ku/rie, kalo/n
                      e˙stin hJmaß w—de ei•nai: ei˙ qe÷leiß, poih/sw w—de trei√ß skhna¿ß, so«
                      mi÷an kai« Mwu¨sei√ mi÷an kai« ∆Hli÷aˆ mi÷an. 5 e¶ti aujtouv lalouvntoß
                      i˙du\ nefe÷lh fwteinh\ e˙peski÷asen aujtou/ß, kai« i˙dou\ fwnh\ e˙k thvß
                      nefe÷lß le÷gousa: ou∞to/ß e˙stin oJ ui˚o/ß mou oJ aÓgaphto/ß, e˙n wˆ—
                      eujdo/khsa: Ókou/ete aujtouv.

                      Matt 17:9 Kai« katabaino/ntwn aujtw◊n e˙ touv o¡rouß e˙netei÷lato
                      aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gwn: mhdeni« ei¶phte to\ o¢ama eºwß ou∞ oJ ui˚o\ß
                      touv aÓnqrw¿pou ek nekrw◊n e˙gerqhØv.

                      Matt 17:22 Sustrefome÷nwn de« aujtw◊n e˙n thØv Glilai÷aˆ ei•pen
                      aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: me÷llei oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou parai÷dosqai ei˙ß
                      cei√raß aÓnqrw¿pwn,

                      Matt 17:25 le÷gei: nai÷. kai« e˙lqo/nta i˙ß th\n oi˙ki÷an proe÷fqasen
                      aujto\n oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gwn: ti÷ soi doke√, Si÷mwn; oi˚ basilei√ß thvß ghvß
                      aÓpo\ ti÷nwn lamba¿nousin te÷lh h£ khnson; aÓpo\ tw◊n ui˚w◊n aujtw◊n h
                      £ aÓpo\ tw◊n aÓllotri÷wn;

                      Matt 8:1 ∆En e˙kei÷nhØ thØv w‚raˆ proshvlqon oi˚ maqhtai« twˆ◊ ∆Ihsouv
                      le÷gonte: ti÷ß a‡ra mei÷zwn e˙sti«n e˙n thØv basilei÷aˆ tw◊n oujranw◊n;

                      Matt 183 kai« ei•pen: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n, e˙a»n mh\ strafhvte kai«
                      ge÷nhsqe wJß ta» paidi÷a, ouj mh\ ei˙se÷lqhte ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an tw◊n
                      oujranw◊n.

                      Matt 18:21 To/te proselqw»noJ Pe÷troß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ku/rie, posa¿kiß
                      aJmarth/sei ei˙ß e˙me« oJ aÓdelo/ß mou kai« aÓfh/sw aujtwˆ◊; eºwß
                      e˚pta¿kiß; 22 le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: ouj le÷gw soi eºwß e˚pta¿kiß
                      aÓlla» eºwß e˚bdomhkonta¿kiß e˚pta¿.

                      Matt 1917 oJ de« ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ti÷ me e˙rwtaˆ◊ß peri« touv aÓgaqouv; ei–ß
                      e˙stin J aÓgaqo/ß: ei˙ de« qe÷leiß ei˙ßth\n zwh\n ei˙selqei√n, th/rhson
                      ta»ß e˙ntola¿ß.

                      Matt 19:23 ÔO de« ∆hsouvß ei•pen toi√ß maqhtai√ß aujtouv: aÓmh\n le÷gw
                      uJmi√n o¢ti plou/sio dusko/lwß ei˙seleu/setai ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an tw◊n
                      oujranw◊n. 24 pa¿lin de«le÷gw uJmi√n, eujkopw¿tero/n e˙stin ka¿mhlon dia»
                      truph/matoß rJafi÷doß dielqei√n h£ plou/sion eiselqei√n ei˙ß th\n
                      basilei÷an touv qeouv.

                      Matt 19:26 e˙mble÷yaß de« oJ Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtoi√ß: para» aÓnqrw¿poiß
                      touvto aÓdu/nato/n e˙stin, para» e« qewˆ◊ pa¿nta dunata¿.

                      Matt 19:28 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtoi√ß: aÓmh\nle÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti uJmei√ß
                      oi˚ aÓkolouqh/sante÷ß moi e˙n thØv paliggenesi÷aˆ o¢tan kaqi÷shØ oJ ui˚o\ß
                      touv aÓnqrw¿pou e˙pi« qro/nou do/xhß aujtouv, kaqhsesqe kai« uJmei√ß e˙pi«
                      dw¿deka qro/nouß kri÷nonteß ta»ß dw¿deka ful»ß touv ∆Israh/l.

                      Mat 20:13 oJ de« aÓpokriqei«ß e˚ni« aujtw◊n ei•pen: e˚tai√re, oujk aÓdikw
                      se: oujci« dhnari÷ou sunefw¿nhsa¿ß moi;

                      Matt 20:17 Kai« aÓnabai÷nn oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei˙ß ÔIeroso/luma pare÷laben
                      tou\ß dw¿deka [maqhta»ß] kat i˙di÷an kai« e˙n thØv oJdwˆ◊ ei•pen aujto√ß:

                      Matt 20:25 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß proskalesa¿menoß aujtou\ß ei•pen: oi¶date oti
                      oi˚ a‡rconteß tw◊n e˙qnw◊n katakurieu/ousin aujtw◊n kai« oi˚ mega¿loi
                      ktexousia¿zousin aujtw◊n. 26 oujc ou¢twß e¶stai e˙n uJmi√n, aÓll∆ o§ß
                      e˙a»n qe÷lhØ e˙n uJmi√n e÷gaß gene÷sqai e¶stai uJmw◊n dia¿konoß,

                      Matt 21:1 Kai« o¢te h¡ggisan eiß ÔIeroso/luma kai« h™lqon ei˙ß Bhqfagh\
                      ei˙ß to\ o¡roß tw◊n e˙laiw◊n, to/t ∆Ihsouvß aÓpe÷steilen du/o maqhta»ß

                      Matt 21:5 ei¶pate thØv qugatri« Siwn:
                      i˙dou\ oJ basileu/ß sou e¶rcetai÷ soi
                      prau∑ß kai« e˙piebhkw»ß e˙pi« o¡non
                      kai« e˙pi« pw◊lon ui˚o\n uJpozugi÷ou.

                      Matt 21:9 oi˚ de« ¡cloi oi˚ proa¿gonteß aujto\n kai« oi˚ aÓkolouqouvnteß
                      e¶krazon le÷gonteß
                      wJsanna» twˆ◊ ui˚wˆ◊ Daui÷d:
                      eujloghme÷noß oJ e˙rco/menoße˙n ojno/mati kuri÷ou:
                      wJsanna» e˙n toi√ß uJyi÷soiß.

                      Matt 21:11 oi˚ de« o¡cloi e¶legon: ou∞to/ß e˙stin oJ profh/thß ∆Ihouvß oJ
                      aÓpo\ Nazare«q thvß Galilai÷aß.

                      Matt 21:12 Kai« ei˙shvlqen ∆Ihsouvß ei˙ß to\ i˚ero\n kai« e˙xe÷balen
                      pa¿ntaß tou\ß plouvntaß kai« aÓgora¿zontaß e˙n twˆ◊ i˚ewˆ◊, kai« ta»ß
                      trape÷zaß tw◊n kollubistw◊n kate÷streyen kai« ta»ß kaqe÷raß tw◊n pwlou/ntwn
                      ta»ß peristera¿ß,

                      Matt 21:14 kai« proshvlqon aujtˆ◊ tufloi« kai« cwloi« e˙n twˆ◊ i˚erwˆ◊,
                      kai« e˙qera¿peusen aujtou/ß. 15 i˙do/nteß de« oi˚ aÓrcierei√ß kai« oi˚
                      grammatei√ß ta» qaumasia a± e˙poi÷hsen kai« tou\ß pai√daß tou\ß kra¿zontaß
                      e˙n twˆ◊ i˚erwˆ◊ kai« e÷gontaß: wJsanna» twˆ◊ ui˚wˆ◊ Daui÷d, hjgana¿kthsan

                      Matt 21:19 kai« idw»n sukhvn mi÷an e˙pi« thvß oJdouv h™lqen e˙p∆ aujth\n
                      kai« oujde«n eu∞ren e˙n aujthØv ei˙ h\ fu/lla mo/non, kai«le÷gei aujthØv:
                      mhke÷ti e˙k souv karpo\ß ge÷nhtai ei˙ß to\n ai˙w◊na. kai« e˙hra¿nqh
                      paracrhvma hJ sukhv.

                      Matt 21:21 aÓpokriqei«ß de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•penaujtoi√ß: aÓmh\n le÷gw
                      uJmi√n, e˙a»ne¶chte pi÷stin kai« mh\ diakriqhvte, ouj mo/non to\ thvß
                      sukhvß poih/sete, aÓla» ka·n twˆ◊ o¡rei tu/twˆ ei¶phte: a‡rqhti kai«
                      blh/qhti ei˙ß th\n qa¿lassan, genh/setai:

                      Mat 21:24 aÓpokriqei«ß de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtoi√ß: e˙wth/sw uJma◊ß
                      kaÓgw» lo/gon eºna, o§n e˙a»n ei¶phte÷ moi kaÓgw» uJmi√n e˙w◊ e˙n poi÷aˆ
                      e˙xousi÷aˆ tauvta poiw◊:

                      Matt 21:31 ti÷ß e˙k tw◊n du/oe˙poi÷hsen to\ qe÷lhma touv patroß;
                      le÷gousin: oJ prw◊toß. le÷gei aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n oti
                      oi˚ telw◊nai kai« ai˚ po/rnai proa¿gousin uJma◊ß ei˙ß th\n basiei÷an touv
                      qeouv.

                      Matt 21:43 dia» touvto le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti aÓrqh/setai af∆ uJmw◊n hJ
                      basilei÷a touv qeouv kai« doqh/setai e¶qnei poiouvnti tou\ß kapou\ß
                      aujthvß.

                      Matt 22:16 kai« aÓposte÷llousin aujtwˆ◊ tou\ß maqht»ß aujtw◊n meta» tw◊n
                      ÔHrwˆdianw◊n le÷gonteß: dida¿skale, oi¶damen o¢ti aÓlqh\ß ei• kai« th\n
                      oJdo\n touv qeouv en aÓlhqei÷aˆ dida¿skeiß kai« ouj me÷lei soi peri«
                      oujdeno/ß: ouj ga»r ble÷pei ei˙ß pro/swpon aÓnqrw¿pwn,

                      Matt 22:29 aÓpokriqei«ß de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen ajtoi√ß: plana◊sqe mh\
                      ei˙do/teß ta»ß grafa»ß mde« th\n du/namin touv qeouv:

                      Matt 22:42 le÷gwn: ti÷ uJmi√n dokei√ peri« tuv cristouv; ti÷noß ui˚o/ße˙stin; le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: touv Daui÷d.

                      Matt 23:30 kai« le÷gete: ei˙ h¡meqae˙n tai√ß hJme÷raiß tw◊n pate÷rwn
                      hJmw◊n, oujk a·n h¡meqa aujtw◊n koiwnoi« e˙n twˆ◊ aiºmati tw◊n profhtw◊n.

                      Matt 23:39 le÷gw ga»r uJmi√n, ouj mh/me i¶dhte aÓp∆ a‡rti eºwß a·n ei¶phte:
                      eujloghme÷noß oJ e˙rco/menoß ˙n ojno/mati kuri÷ou.

                      Matt 24:2 oJ de« aÓpokriqei«ß ei•en aujtoi√ß: ouj ble÷pete tauvta pa¿nta;
                      aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n, ouj mh\ afeqhØv w—de li÷qoß e˙pi« li÷qon o§ß ouj
                      kataluqh/setai.

                      Matt 24:4 Ka« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtoi√ß: ble÷pete mh/
                      tiß uJma◊ßplanh/shØ:

                      Matt 24:34 aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ouj m\ pare÷lqhØ hJ genea» au¢th eºwß
                      a·n pa¿nta tauvta ge÷nhtai. 3 oJ oujrano\ß kai« hJ ghv pareleu/setai, oi˚
                      de« lo/goi mou ouj mh\ pare÷lqwsin.

                      Matt 24:47 aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti e˙pi« pa◊sin toi√ß uJpa¿rcousin aujtouv
                      ktasth/sei aujto/n.

                      Matt 25:8 ai˚ de« mwrai« tai√ß froni÷moiß ei•pan: do/te hmi√n e˙k touv
                      e˙lai÷ou uJmw◊n, o¢ti ai˚ lampa¿deß hJmw◊ sbe÷nnuntai.

                      Matt 25:40 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ basileu\ß e˙rei√ aujtoiß: aÓmh\n le÷gw
                      uJmi√n, e˙f∆ o¢son e˙poih/sate e˚ni« tou/twn tw◊n aÓdelfw◊n ou tw◊n
                      e˙laci÷stwn, e˙moi« e˙poih/sate.

                      Matt 26:3 To/te unh/cqhsan oi˚ aÓrcierei√ß kai« oi˚ presbu/teroi touv
                      laouv ei˙ß th\n aujlhn touv aÓrciere÷wß touv legome÷nou Kaiœa¿fa

                      Matt 26:10 gnou\ß de« oJ ∆hsouvß ei•pen aujtoi√ß: ti÷ ko/pouß pare÷cete
                      thØv gunaiki÷; e¶rgon ga»r kao\n hjrga¿sato ei˙ß e˙me÷: 11 pa¿ntote ga»r
                      tou\ß ptwcou\ß e¶cete meq∆ e˚auw◊n, e˙me« de« ouj pa¿ntote e¶cete:

                      Matt 26:14 To/te poreuqei«ß ei–ß w◊n dw¿deka, oJ lego/menoß ∆Iou/daß
                      ∆Iskariw¿thß, pro\ß tou\ß aÓrcierei√ß

                      Mtt 26:18 oJ de« ei•pen: uJpa¿gete ei˙ß th\n po/lin pro\ß to\n dei√na ki«
                      ei¶pate aujtwˆ◊: oJ dida¿skaloß le÷gei: oJ kairo/ß mou e˙ggu/ß e˙stin, po\ß
                      se« poiw◊ to\ pa¿sca meta» tw◊n maqhtw◊n mou.

                      Matt 26:21 kai« e˙sqio/nwn aujtw◊n ei•pen: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ei–ß
                      e˙x uJmw◊n paradw¿sei me.

                      Matt 26:24 oJ m«n ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou uJpa¿gei kaqw»ß ge÷graptai peri«
                      aujtouv,oujai« de« twˆ◊ aÓnqrw¿pwˆ e˙kei÷nwˆ di∆ ou∞ oJui˚o\ß touv
                      aÓnqrw¿pou paradi÷dotai: kalo\n h™n aujtwˆ◊ ei˙ oujk e˙gennhqh oJ a‡nqrwpoß
                      e˙kei√noß. 25 aÓpokriqei«ß de« ∆Iou/daß oJ paradidouß aujto\n ei•pen:
                      mh/i e˙gw¿ ei˙mi, rJabbi÷; le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: su\ ei•paß.

                      Matt 26:29 le÷gw de uJmi√n, ouj mh\ pi÷w aÓp∆ a‡rti e˙k tou/tou touv
                      gen/matoß thvß aÓmpe÷lou eºwß thvß hJme÷raß e˙kei÷nhß o¢tan aujto\ pi÷nw
                      meq∆uJmw◊n kaino\n e˙n thØv basilei÷aˆ touv patro/ß mou. 30 Kai«
                      Jmnh/santeß e˙xhvlqon ei˙ß to\ o¡roß tw◊n e˙laiw◊n.

                      Matt 26:31 To/te le÷gi aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: panteß uJmei√ß
                      skandalisqh/sesqe e˙n e˙moi« e˙n thØv nukti« tau/thØ, ge÷grptai ga¿r:
                      pata¿xw to\n poime÷na,
                      kai« diaskorpisqh/sontai ta» pro/bta thvß poi÷mnhß.

                      Matt 26:34 e¶fh aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: aÓmh\n le÷gw oi o¢ti e˙n tau/thØ thØv
                      nukti« pri«n aÓle÷ktora fwnhvsai tri«ß aÓparnh/sh me.

                      Matt 26:45 to/te e¶rcetaipro\ß tou\ß maqhta»ß kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß:
                      kaqeu/dete [to\] loipo\n kai« aÓnpau/esqe: i˙dou\ h¡ggiken hJ w‚ra kai« oJ
                      ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou paradi÷doai ei˙ß cei√raß aJmartwlw◊n.

                      Matt 26:52 to/t le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: aÓpo/streyon th\n ma¿caira¿n
                      sou ei˙ß to\n to/po aujthvß: pa¿nteß ga»r oi˚ labo/nteß ma¿cairan e˙n
                      macai÷rhØ aÓpolouvntai 53 h£ dokei√ß o¢ti ouj du/namai parakale÷sai to\n
                      pate÷ra mou, kai« paasth/sei moi a‡rti plei÷w dw¿deka legiw◊naß aÓgge÷lwn;

                      Matt 26:63 oJ de« Ihsouvß e˙siw¿pa. kai oJ aÓrciereu\ß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊:
                      e˙xorki÷zw se kata» touv qeouv touv zw◊ntoß iºna hJmi√n ei¶phØß ei˙ su\ ei•
                      oJ cristo\ß oJ ui˚o\ß touv qeouv 64 le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: su\
                      ei•paß. plh\n le÷gw uJmi√n: aÓp∆ a‡rti o¡esqe to\n ui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou
                      kaqh/menon e˙k dexiw◊n thvß duna¿mewß kai« ˙rco/menon e˙pi« tw◊n nefelw◊n
                      touv oujranouv.

                      Matt 27:11 ÔO de« ∆Ihsouvß e˙sta¿h e¶mprosqen touv hJgemo/noß: kai«
                      e˙phrw¿thsen aujto\n oJ hJgemw»n le÷gwn:su\ ei• oJ basileu\ß tw◊n
                      ∆Ioudai÷wn; oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß e¶fh: su\ le÷geiß.

                      Matt 27:17 suhgme÷nwn ou™n aujtw◊n ei•pen aujti√ß oJ Pila◊toß: ti÷na
                      qe÷lete aÓpolu/sw uJmi√n, [∆Ihsouvn to\n] Barabba◊n £ ∆Ihsouvn to\n
                      lego/menon cristo/n;

                      Matt 27:22 le÷gei ajtoi√ß oJ Pila◊toß: ti÷ ou™n poih/sw ∆Ihsouvn to\n
                      lego/menon cristo/n; le÷gosin pa¿nteß: staurwqh/tw.

                      Matt 27:29kai« ple÷xanteß ste÷fanon e˙x aÓkanqw◊n e˙pe÷qhkan e˙pi« thvß
                      kefalhvß aujtou kai« ka¿lamon e˙n thØv dexiaˆ◊ aujtouv, kai«
                      gonupeth/santeß e¶mprosqen aujtouv e˙ne÷paixan aujtwˆ◊ le÷gonteß: cai√re,
                      basileuv tw◊n ∆Ioudai÷wn,

                      Matt 27:37 Kai« e˙pe÷qhkan e˙pa¿nw thvß kefalhvß aujtouv th\n ai˙ti÷an
                      aujtouv gegramme÷nhn:
                      ou∞to/ß e˙stin ∆Ihsouvß oJ basileu\ß tw◊n ∆Ioudai÷wn.

                      Matt 27:40 kai« le÷gonteß: oJ katalu/wn to\n nao\n kai« e˙n trisi«n
                      hJme÷raiß oi˙kodomw◊n, sw◊son seauto/n, ei˙ ui˚o\ß ei• touv qeouv, [kai«]
                      kata¿bhqi aÓpo\ touv staurouv.

                      Matt 27:54 ÔO de« e˚kato/ntarcoß kai« oi˚ met∆ aujtouv throuvnteß to\n
                      ∆Ihsouvn i˙do/nteß to\n seismo\n kai« ta» geno/mena e˙fobh/qhsan sfo/dra,
                      le÷gonteß: aÓlhqw◊ß qeouv ui˚o\ß h™n ou∞toß.

                      Matt 28:1 ∆Oye« de« sabba¿twn, thØv e˙pifwskou/shØ ei˙ß mi÷an sabba¿twn
                      h™lqen Maria»m hJ Magdalhnh\ kai« hJ a‡llh Mari÷a qewrhvsai to\n ta¿fon.

                      Matt 28:10 to/te le÷gei aujtai√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: mh\ fobei√sqe: uJpa¿gete
                      aÓpaggei÷late toi√ß aÓdelfoi√ß mou iºna aÓpe÷lqwsin ei˙ß th\n Galilai÷an,
                      kaÓkei√ me o¡yontai.

                      Mark 1:3 fwnh\ bow◊ntoß e˙n thØv e˙rh/mwˆ:
                      e˚toima¿sate th\n oJdo\n kuri÷ou,
                      eujqei÷aß poiei√te ta»ß tri÷bouß aujtouv,

                      Mark 1:7 Kai« e˙kh/russen le÷gwn: e¶rcetai oJ i˙scuro/tero/ß mou ojpi÷sw
                      mou, ou∞ oujk ei˙mi« i˚kano\ß ku/yaß luvsai to\n i˚ma¿nta tw◊n uJpodhma¿twn
                      aujtouv.

                      Mark 1:9 Kai« e˙ge÷neto e˙n e˙kei÷naiß tai√ß hJme÷raiß h™lqen ∆Ihsouvß
                      aÓpo\ Nazare«t thvß Galilai÷aß kai« e˙bapti÷sqh ei˙ß to\n ∆Iorda¿nhn uJpo\
                      ∆Iwa¿nnou.

                      Mark 1:11 kai« fwnh\ e˙ge÷neto e˙k tw◊n oujranw◊n: su\ ei• oJ ui˚o/ß mou oJ
                      aÓgaphto/ß, e˙n soi« eujdo/khsa.

                      Mark 1:14 Meta» de« to\ paradoqhvnai to\n ∆Iwa¿nnhn h™lqen oJ ∆Ihsouvß
                      ei˙ß th\n Galilai÷an khru/sswn to\ eujagge÷lion touv qeouv

                      Mark 1:17 kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: deuvte ojpi÷sw mou, kai« poih/sw
                      uJma◊ß gene÷sqai aJliei√ß aÓnqrw¿pwn.

                      Mark 1:24 le÷gwn: ti÷ hJmi√n kai« soi÷, ∆Ihsouv Nazarhne÷; h™lqeß aÓpole÷sai
                      hJma◊ß; oi•da¿ se ti÷ß ei•, oJ a‚gioß touv qeouv. 25 kai« e˙peti÷mhsen
                      aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gwn: fimw¿qhti kai« e¶xelqe e˙x aujtouv.

                      Mark 1:37 kai« eu∞ron aujto\n kai« le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊ o¢ti pa¿nteß zhtouvsi÷n
                      se.

                      Mark 2:9 ti÷ e˙stin eujkopw¿teron, ei˙pei√n twˆ◊ paralutikwˆ◊: aÓfi÷entai÷
                      sou ai˚ aJmarti÷ai, h£ ei˙pei√n: e¶geire kai« a°ron to\n kra¿batto/n sou
                      kai« peripa¿tei;

                      Mark 2:11 soi« le÷gw, e¶geire a°ron to\n kra¿batto/n sou kai« u¢page ei˙ß
                      to\n oi•ko/n sou.

                      Mark 2:13 Kai« e˙xhvlqen pa¿lin para» th\n qa¿lassan: kai« pa◊ß oJ
                      o¡cloß h¡rceto pro\ß aujto/n, kai« e˙di÷dasken aujtou/ß.

                      Mark 2:15 Kai« gi÷netai katakei√sqai aujto\n e˙n thØv oi˙ki÷aˆ aujtouv,
                      kai« polloi« telw◊nai kai« aJmartwloi« sunane÷keinto twˆ◊ ∆Ihsouv kai« toi√ß
                      maqhtai√ß aujtouv: h™san ga»r polloi« kai« hjkolou/qoun aujtwˆ◊.

                      Mark 2:18 Kai« h™san oi˚ maqhtai« ∆Iwa¿nnou kai« oi˚ Farisai√oi
                      nhsteu/onteß. kai« e¶rcontai kai« le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: dia» ti÷ oi˚ maqhtai«
                      ∆Iwa¿nnou kai« oi˚ maqhtai« tw◊n Farisai÷wn nhsteu/ousin, oi˚ de« soi«
                      maqhtai« ouj nhsteu/ousin; 19 kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß: mh\
                      du/nantai oi˚ ui˚oi« touv numfw◊noß e˙n wˆ— oJ numfi÷oß met∆ aujtw◊n e˙stin
                      nhsteu/ein; o¢son cro/non e¶cousin to\n numfi÷on met∆ aujtw◊n ouj du/nantai
                      nhsteu/ein.

                      Mark 2:26 pw◊ß ei˙shvlqen ei˙ß to\n oi•kon touv qeouv e˙pi« ∆Abiaqa»r
                      aÓrciere÷wß kai« tou\ß a‡rtouß thvß proqe÷sewß e¶fagen, ou§ß oujk e¶xestin
                      fagei√n ei˙ mh\ tou\ß i˚erei√ß, kai« e¶dwken kai« toi√ß su\n aujtwˆ◊ ou™sin;

                      Mark 2:28 w‚ste ku/rio/ß e˙stin oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou kai« touv
                      sabba¿tou.

                      Mark 3:7 Kai« oJ ∆Ihsouvß meta» tw◊n maqhtw◊n aujtouv aÓnecw¿rhsen pro\ß
                      th\n qa¿lassan, kai« polu\ plhvqoß aÓpo\ thvß Galilai÷aß [hjkolou/qhsen],
                      kai« aÓpo\ thvß ∆Ioudai÷aß

                      Mark 3:11 kai« ta» pneu/mata ta» aÓka¿qarta, o¢tan aujto\n e˙qew¿roun,
                      prose÷pipton aujtwˆ◊ kai« e¶krazon le÷gonteß o¢ti su\ ei• oJ ui˚o\ß touv
                      qeouv.

                      Mark 3:28 ∆Amh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti pa¿nta aÓfeqh/setai toi√ß ui˚oi√ß
                      tw◊n aÓnqrw¿pwn ta» aJmarth/mata kai« ai˚ blasfhmi÷ai o¢sa e˙a»n
                      blasfhmh/swsin:

                      Mark 3:31 Kai« e¶rcetai hJ mh/thr aujtouv kai« oi˚ aÓdelfoi« aujtouv
                      kai« e¶xw sth/konteß aÓpe÷steilan pro\ß aujto\n kalouvnteß aujto/n. 32 kai«
                      e˙ka¿qhto peri« aujto\n o¡cloß, kai« le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: i˙dou\ hJ mh/thr sou
                      kai« oi˚ aÓdelfoi÷ sou [kai« ai˚ aÓdelfai÷ sou] e¶xw zhtouvsi÷n se.

                      Mark 4:11 kai« e¶legen aujtoi√ß: uJmi√n to\ musth/rion de÷dotai thvß
                      basilei÷aß touv qeouv: e˙kei÷noiß de« toi√ß e¶xw e˙n parabolai√ß ta» pa¿nta
                      gi÷netai,

                      Mark 4:13 Kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: oujk oi¶date th\n parabolh\n tau/thn,
                      kai« pw◊ß pa¿saß ta»ß parabola»ß gnw¿sesqe;

                      Mark 4:15 ou∞toi de÷ ei˙sin oi˚ para» th\n oJdo/n: o¢pou spei÷retai oJ
                      lo/goß kai« o¢tan aÓkou/swsin, eujqu\ß e¶rcetai oJ satana◊ß kai« ai¶rei to\n
                      lo/gon to\n e˙sparme÷non ei˙ß aujtou/ß.

                      Mark 4:38 kai« aujto\ß h™n e˙n thØv pru/mnhØ e˙pi« to\ proskefa¿laion
                      kaqeu/dwn. kai« e˙gei÷rousin aujto\n kai« le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: dida¿skale, ouj
                      me÷lei soi o¢ti aÓpollu/meqa;

                      Mark 5:18 Kai« e˙mbai÷nontoß aujtouv ei˙ß to\ ploi√on pareka¿lei aujto\n
                      oJ daimonisqei«ß iºna met∆ aujtouv hØ™. 19 kai« oujk aÓfhvken aujto/n,
                      aÓlla» le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: u¢page ei˙ß to\n oi•ko/n sou pro\ß tou\ß sou\ß kai«
                      aÓpa¿ggeilon aujtoi√ß o¢sa oJ ku/rio/ß soi pepoi÷hken kai« hjle÷hse÷n se.

                      Mark 5:22 Kai« e¶rcetai ei–ß tw◊n aÓrcisunagw¿gwn, ojno/mati ∆Ia¿iœroß, kai«
                      i˙dw»n aujto\n pi÷ptei pro\ß tou\ß po/daß aujtouv

                      Mark 5:31 kai« e¶legon aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv: ble÷peiß to\n o¡clon
                      sunqli÷bonta¿ se kai« le÷geiß: ti÷ß mou h¢yato;

                      Mark 5:33 hJ de« gunh\ fobhqei√sa kai« tre÷mousa, ei˙dui√a o§ ge÷gonen
                      aujthØv, h™lqen kai« prose÷pesen aujtwˆ◊ kai« ei•pen aujtwˆ◊ pa◊san th\n
                      aÓlh/qeian.

                      Mark 6:1 Kai« e˙xhvlqen e˙kei√qen kai« e¶rcetai ei˙ß th\n patri÷da
                      aujtouv, kai« aÓkolouqouvsin aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv.

                      Mark 6:4 kai« e¶legen aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß o¢ti oujk e¶stin profh/thß
                      a‡timoß ei˙ mh\ e˙n thØv patri÷di aujtouv kai« e˙n toi√ß suggeneuvsin
                      aujtouv kai« e˙n thØv oi˙ki÷aˆ aujtouv.

                      Mark 6:14 Kai« h¡kousen oJ basileu\ß ÔHrwˆ¿dhß, fanero\n ga»r e˙ge÷neto
                      to\ o¡noma aujtouv, kai« e¶legon o¢ti ∆Iwa¿nnhß oJ bapti÷zwn e˙gh/gertai e˙k
                      nekrw◊n kai« dia» touvto e˙nergouvsin ai˚ duna¿meiß e˙n aujtwˆ◊. 15 a‡lloi
                      de« e¶legon o¢ti ∆Hli÷aß e˙sti÷n: a‡lloi de« e¶legon o¢ti profh/thß wJß ei–ß
                      tw◊n profhtw◊n.

                      Mark 6:24 kai« e˙xelqouvsa ei•pen thØv mhtri« aujthvß: ti÷ ai˙th/swmai; hJ
                      de« ei•pen: th\n kefalh\n ∆Iwa¿nnou touv bapti÷zontoß.

                      Mark 6:29 kai« aÓkou/santeß oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv h™lqon kai« h™ran to\
                      ptw◊ma aujtouv kai« e¶qhkan aujto\ e˙n mnhmei÷wˆ.

                      Mark 6:35 Kai« h¡dh w‚raß pollhvß genome÷nhß proselqo/nteß aujtwˆ◊ oi˚
                      maqhtai« aujtouv e¶legon o¢ti e¶rhmo/ß e˙stin oJ to/poß kai« h¡dh w‚ra
                      pollh/:

                      Mark 6:45 Kai« eujqu\ß hjna¿gkasen tou\ß maqhta»ß aujtouv e˙mbhvnai ei˙ß
                      to\ ploi√on kai« proa¿gein ei˙ß to\ pe÷ran pro\ß Bhqsaiœda¿n, eºwß aujto\ß
                      aÓpolu/ei to\n o¡clon.

                      Mark 6:48 kai« i˙dw»n aujtou\ß basanizome÷nouß e˙n twˆ◊ e˙lau/nein, h™n ga»r
                      oJ a‡nemoß e˙nanti÷oß aujtoi√ß, peri« teta¿rthn fulakh\n thvß nukto\ß
                      e¶rcetai pro\ß aujtou\ß peripatw◊n e˙pi« thvß qala¿sshß kai« h¡qelen
                      parelqei√n aujtou/ß.

                      Mark 6:50 pa¿nteß ga»r aujto\n ei•don kai« e˙tara¿cqhsan. oJ de« eujqu\ß
                      e˙la¿lhsen met∆ aujtw◊n, kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: qarsei√te, e˙gw¿ ei˙mi: mh\
                      fobei√sqe. 51 kai« aÓne÷bh pro\ß aujtou\ß ei˙ß to\ ploi√on kai« e˙ko/pasen
                      oJ a‡nemoß, kai« li÷an [e˙k perissouv] e˙n e˚autoi√ß e˙xi÷stanto:

                      Mark 7:18 kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: ou¢twß kai« uJmei√ß aÓsu/netoi÷ e˙ste; ouj
                      noei√te o¢ti pa◊n to\ e¶xwqen ei˙sporeuo/menon ei˙ß to\n a‡nqrwpon ouj
                      du/natai aujto\n koinw◊sai

                      Mark 7:28 hJ de« aÓpekri÷qh kai« le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: ku/rie: kai« ta» kuna¿ria
                      uJpoka¿tw thvß trape÷zhß e˙sqi÷ousin aÓpo\ tw◊n yici÷wn tw◊n paidi÷wn. 29
                      kai« ei•pen aujthØv: dia» touvton to\n lo/gon u¢page, e˙xelh/luqen e˙k thvß
                      qugatro/ß sou to\ daimo/nion.

                      Mark 7:33 kai« aÓpolabo/menoß aujto\n aÓpo\ touv o¡clou kat∆ i˙di÷an e¶balen
                      tou\ß daktu/louß aujtouv ei˙ß ta» w°ta aujtouv kai« ptu/saß h¢yato thvß
                      glw¿sshß aujtouv, 34 kai« aÓnable÷yaß ei˙ß to\n oujrano\n e˙ste÷naxen kai«
                      le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: effaqa, o¢ e˙stin dianoi÷cqhti.

                      Mark 8:4 kai« aÓpekri÷qhsan aujtwˆ◊ oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv o¢ti po/qen
                      tou/touß dunh/setai÷ tiß w—de corta¿sai a‡rtwn e˙p∆ e˙rhmi÷aß;

                      Mark 8:10 Kai« eujqu\ß e˙mba»ß ei˙ß to\ ploi√on meta» tw◊n maqhtw◊n
                      aujtouv h™lqen ei˙ß ta» me÷rh Dalmanouqa¿.

                      Mark 8:27 Kai« e˙xhvlqen oJ ∆Ihsouvß kai« oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv ei˙ß ta»ß
                      kw¿maß Kaisarei÷aß thvß Fili÷ppou: kai« e˙n thØv oJdwˆ◊ e˙phrw¿ta tou\ß
                      maqhta»ß aujtouv le÷gwn aujtoi√ß: ti÷na me le÷gousin oi˚ a‡nqrwpoi ei•nai;

                      Mark 8:29 kai« aujto\ß e˙phrw¿ta aujtou/ß: uJmei√ß de« ti÷na me le÷gete
                      ei•nai; aÓpokriqei«ß oJ Pe÷troß le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: su\ ei• oJ cristo/ß.

                      Mark 8:31 Kai« h¡rxato dida¿skein aujtou\ß o¢ti dei√ to\n ui˚o\n touv
                      aÓnqrw¿pou polla» paqei√n kai« aÓpodokimasqhvnai uJpo\ tw◊n presbute÷rwn
                      kai« tw◊n aÓrciere÷wn kai« tw◊n grammate÷wn kai« aÓpoktanqhvnai kai« meta»
                      trei√ß hJme÷raß aÓnasthvnai:

                      Mark 8:34 Kai« proskalesa¿menoß to\n o¡clon su\n toi√ß maqhtai√ß aujtouv
                      ei•pen aujtoi√ß: ei¶ tiß qe÷lei ojpi÷sw mou aÓkolouqei√n, aÓparnhsa¿sqw
                      e˚auto\n kai« aÓra¿tw to\n stauro\n aujtouv kai« aÓkolouqei÷tw moi. 35 o§ß
                      ga»r e˙a»n qe÷lhØ th\n yuch\n aujtouv sw◊sai aÓpole÷sei aujth/n: o§ß d∆ a·n
                      aÓpole÷sei th\n yuch\n aujtouv eºneken e˙mouv kai« touv eujaggeli÷ou sw¿sei
                      aujth/n.

                      Mark 8:38 o§ß ga»r e˙a»n e˙paiscunqhØv me kai« tou\ß e˙mou\ß lo/gouß e˙n
                      thØv geneaˆ◊ tau/thØ thØv moicali÷di kai« aJmartwlwˆ◊, kai« oJ ui˚o\ß touv
                      aÓnqrw¿pou e˙paiscunqh/setai aujto/n, o¢tan e¶lqhØ e˙n thØv do/xhØ touv
                      patro\ß aujtouv meta» tw◊n aÓgge÷lwn tw◊n aJgi÷wn.

                      Mark 9:1 Kai« e¶legen aujtoi√ß: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ei˙si÷n tineß
                      w—de tw◊n e˚sthko/twn oiºtineß ouj mh\ geu/swntai qana¿tou eºwß a·n i¶dwsin
                      th\n basilei÷an touv qeouv e˙lhluqui√an e˙n duna¿mei.

                      Mark 9:5 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ Pe÷troß le÷gei twˆ◊ ∆Ihsouv: rJabbi÷, kalo/n
                      e˙stin hJma◊ß w—de ei•nai, kai« poih/swmen trei√ß skhna¿ß, soi« mi÷an kai«
                      Mwu¨sei√ mi÷an kai« ∆Hli÷aˆ mi÷an.

                      Mark 9:7 kai« e˙ge÷neto nefe÷lh e˙piskia¿zousa aujtoi√ß, kai« e˙ge÷neto
                      fwnh\ e˙k thvß nefe÷lhß: ou∞to/ß e˙stin oJ ui˚o/ß mou oJ aÓgaphto/ß,
                      aÓkou/ete aujtouv.

                      Mark 9:9 Kai« katabaino/ntwn aujtw◊n e˙k touv o¡rouß diestei÷lato aujtoi√ß
                      iºna mhdeni« a± ei•don dihgh/swntai, ei˙ mh\ o¢tan oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou
                      e˙k nekrw◊n aÓnasthØv.

                      Mark 9:12 oJ de« e¶fh aujtoi√ß: ∆Hli÷aß me«n e˙lqw»n prw◊ton aÓpokaqista¿nei
                      pa¿nta: kai« pw◊ß ge÷graptai e˙pi« to\n ui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou iºna polla»
                      pa¿qhØ kai« e˙xoudenhqhØv; 13 aÓlla» le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti kai« ∆Hli÷aß
                      e˙lh/luqen, kai« e˙poi÷hsan aujtwˆ◊ o¢sa h¡qelon, kaqw»ß ge÷graptai e˙p∆
                      aujto/n.

                      Mark 9:19 oJ de« aÓpokriqei«ß aujtoi√ß le÷gei: w° genea» a‡pistoß, eºwß
                      po/te pro\ß uJma◊ß e¶somai; eºwß po/te aÓne÷xomai uJmw◊n; fe÷rete aujto\n
                      pro/ß me.

                      Mark 9:22 kai« polla¿kiß kai« ei˙ß puvr aujto\n e¶balen kai« ei˙ß u¢data
                      iºna aÓpole÷shØ aujto/n: aÓll∆ ei¶ ti du/nhØ, boh/qhson hJmi√n
                      splagcnisqei«ß e˙f∆ hJma◊ß. 23 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: to\ ei˙
                      du/nhØ, pa¿nta dunata» twˆ◊ pisteu/onti.

                      Mark 9:29 kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß: touvto to\ ge÷noß e˙n oujdeni« du/natai
                      e˙xelqei√n ei˙ mh\ e˙n proseuchØv.

                      Mark 9:31 e˙di÷dasken ga»r tou\ß maqhta»ß aujtouv kai« e¶legen aujtoi√ß o¢ti
                      oJ ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou paradi÷dotai ei˙ß cei√raß aÓnqrw¿pwn, kai«
                      aÓpoktenouvsin aujto/n, kai« aÓpoktanqei«ß meta» trei√ß hJme÷raß
                      aÓnasth/setai.

                      Mark 9:35 kai« kaqi÷saß e˙fw¿nhsen tou\ß dw¿deka kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: ei¶
                      tiß qe÷lei prw◊toß ei•nai, e¶stai pa¿ntwn e¶scatoß kai« pa¿ntwn dia¿konoß.

                      Mark 9:41 ≠Oß ga»r a·n poti÷shØ uJma◊ß poth/rion u¢datoß e˙n ojno/mati
                      o¢ti Cristouv e˙ste, aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ouj mh\ aÓpole÷shØ to\n
                      misqo\n aujtouv.

                      Mark 9:42 Kai« o§ß a·n skandali÷shØ eºna tw◊n mikrw◊n tou/twn tw◊n
                      pisteuo/ntwn [ei˙ß e˙me÷], kalo/n e˙stin aujtwˆ◊ ma◊llon ei˙ peri÷keitai
                      mu/loß ojniko\ß peri« to\n tra¿chlon aujtouv kai« be÷blhtai ei˙ß th\n
                      qa¿lassan.

                      Mark 9:47 kai« e˙a»n oJ ojfqalmo/ß sou skandali÷zhØ se, e¶kbale aujto/n:
                      kalo/n se÷ e˙stin mono/fqalmon ei˙selqei√n ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an touv qeouv
                      h£ du/o ojfqalmou\ß e¶conta blhqhvnai ei˙ß th\n ge÷ennan,

                      Mark 10:14 i˙dw»n de« oJ ∆Ihsouvß hjgana¿kthsen kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß: a‡fete
                      ta» paidi÷a e¶rcesqai pro/ß me, mh\ kwlu/ete aujta¿, tw◊n ga»r toiou/twn
                      e˙sti«n hJ basilei÷a touv qeouv.

                      Mark 10:18 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ti÷ me le÷geiß aÓgaqo/n; oujdei«ß
                      aÓgaqo\ß ei˙ mh\ ei–ß oJ qeo/ß.

                      Mark 10:23 Kai« peribleya¿menoß oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gei toi√ß maqhtai√ß
                      aujtouv: pw◊ß dusko/lwß oi˚ ta» crh/mata e¶conteß ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an touv
                      qeouv ei˙seleu/sontai. 24 oi˚ de« maqhtai« e˙qambouvnto e˙pi« toi√ß lo/goiß
                      aujtouv. oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß pa¿lin aÓpokriqei«ß le÷gei aujtoi√ß: te÷kna, pw◊ß
                      du/skolo/n e˙stin ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an touv qeouv ei˙selqei√n: 25
                      eujkopw¿tero/n e˙stin ka¿mhlon dia» [thvß] trumalia◊ß [thvß] rJafi÷doß
                      dielqei√n h£ plou/sion ei˙ß th\n basilei÷an touv qeouv ei˙selqei√n.

                      Mark 10:27 e˙mble÷yaß aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gei: para» aÓnqrw¿poiß
                      aÓdu/naton, aÓll∆ ouj para» qewˆ◊: pa¿nta ga»r dunata» para» twˆ◊ qewˆ◊.

                      Mark 10:29 e¶fh oJ ∆Ihsouvß: aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n, oujdei÷ß e˙stin o§ß
                      aÓfhvken oi˙ki÷an h£ aÓdelfou\ß h£ aÓdelfa»ß h£ mhte÷ra h£ pate÷ra h£ te÷kna
                      h£ aÓgrou\ß eºneken e˙mouv kai« eºneken touv eujaggeli÷ou,

                      Mark 10:37 oi˚ de« ei•pan aujtwˆ◊: do\ß hJmi√n iºna ei–ß sou e˙k dexiw◊n
                      kai« ei–ß e˙x aÓristerw◊n kaqi÷swmen e˙n thØv do/xhØ sou.

                      Mark 10:39 oi˚ de« ei•pan aujtwˆ◊: duna¿meqa. oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen
                      aujtoi√ß: to\ poth/rion o§ e˙gw» pi÷nw pi÷esqe kai« to\ ba¿ptisma o§ e˙gw»
                      bapti÷zomai baptisqh/sesqe,

                      Mark 10:51 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen: ti÷ soi qe÷leiß
                      poih/sw; oJ de« tuflo\ß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: rJabbouni÷, iºna aÓnable÷yw.

                      Mark 11:2 kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: uJpa¿gete ei˙ß th\n kw¿mhn th\n kate÷nanti
                      uJmw◊n, kai« eujqu\ß ei˙sporeuo/menoi ei˙ß aujth\n euJrh/sete pw◊lon
                      dedeme÷non e˙f∆ o§n oujdei«ß ou¡pw aÓnqrw¿pwn e˙ka¿qisen: lu/sate aujto\n
                      kai« fe÷rete. 3 kai« e˙a¿n tiß uJmi√n ei¶phØ: ti÷ poiei√te touvto; ei¶pate:
                      oJ ku/rioß aujtouv crei÷an e¶cei, kai« eujqu\ß aujto\n aÓposte÷llei pa¿lin
                      w—de.

                      Mark 11:6 oi˚ de« ei•pan aujtoi√ß kaqw»ß ei•pen oJ ∆Ihsouvß, kai« aÓfhvkan
                      aujtou/ß.

                      Mark 11:9 kai« oi˚ proa¿gonteß kai« oi˚ aÓkolouqouvnteß e¶krazon:
                      wJsanna¿:
                      eujloghme÷noß oJ e˙rco/menoß e˙n ojno/mati kuri÷ou:

                      Mark 11:11 Kai« ei˙shvlqen ei˙ß ÔIeroso/luma ei˙ß to\ i˚ero\n kai«
                      peribleya¿menoß pa¿nta, ojyi÷aß h¡dh ou¡shß thvß w‚raß, e˙xhvlqen ei˙ß
                      Bhqani÷an meta» tw◊n dw¿deka.

                      Mark 11:14 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß ei•pen aujthØv: mhke÷ti ei˙ß to\n ai˙w◊na e˙k
                      souv mhdei«ß karpo\n fa¿goi. kai« h¡kouon oi˚ maqhtai« aujtouv.

                      Mark 11:22 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß le÷gei aujtoi√ß: e¶cete pi÷stin
                      qeouv. 23 aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti o§ß a·n ei¶phØ twˆ◊ o¡rei tou/twˆ:
                      a‡rqhti kai« blh/qhti ei˙ß th\n qa¿lassan, kai« mh\ diakriqhØv e˙n thØv
                      kardi÷aˆ aujtouv aÓlla» pisteu/hØ o¢ti o§ lalei√ gi÷netai, e¶stai aujtwˆ◊.

                      Mark 11:25 Kai« o¢tan sth/kete proseuco/menoi, aÓfi÷ete ei¶ ti e¶cete kata¿
                      tinoß, iºna kai« oJ path\r uJmw◊n oJ e˙n toi√ß oujranoi√ß aÓfhØv uJmi√n ta»
                      paraptw¿mata uJmw◊n.

                      Mark 11:31 kai« dielogi÷zonto pro\ß e˚autou\ß le÷gonteß: e˙a»n ei¶pwmen: e˙x
                      oujranouv, e˙rei√: dia» ti÷ [ou™n] oujk e˙pisteu/sate aujtwˆ◊;

                      Mark 12:7 e˙kei√noi de« oi˚ gewrgoi« pro\ß e˚autou\ß ei•pan o¢ti ou∞to/ß
                      e˙stin oJ klhrono/moß: deuvte aÓpoktei÷nwmen aujto/n, kai« hJmw◊n e¶stai hJ
                      klhronomi÷a.

                      Mark 12:14 kai« e˙lqo/nteß le÷gousin aujtwˆ◊: dida¿skale, oi¶damen o¢ti
                      aÓlhqh\ß ei• kai« ouj me÷lei soi peri« oujdeno/ß: ouj ga»r ble÷peiß ei˙ß
                      pro/swpon aÓnqrw¿pwn, aÓll∆ e˙p∆ aÓlhqei÷aß th\n oJdo\n touv qeouv
                      dida¿skeiß: e¶xestin douvnai khvnson Kai÷sari h£ ou¡; dw◊men h£ mh\ dw◊men;

                      Mark 12:16 oi˚ de« h¡negkan. kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: ti÷noß hJ ei˙kw»n au¢th
                      kai« hJ e˙pigrafh/; oi˚ de« ei•pan aujtwˆ◊: Kai÷saroß. 17 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß
                      ei•pen aujtoi√ß: ta» Kai÷saroß aÓpo/dote Kai÷sari kai« ta» touv qeouv twˆ◊
                      qewˆ◊. kai« e˙xeqau/mazon e˙p∆ aujtwˆ◊.

                      Mark 12:37 aujto\ß Daui«d le÷gei aujto\n ku/rion, kai« po/qen aujtouv e˙stin
                      ui˚o/ß;

                      Kai« [oJ] polu\ß o¡cloß h¡kouen aujtouv hJde÷wß.

                      Mark 12:43 kai« proskalesa¿menoß tou\ß maqhta»ß aujtouv ei•pen aujtoi√ß:
                      aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti hJ ch/ra au¢th hJ ptwch\ plei√on pa¿ntwn e¶balen
                      tw◊n ballo/ntwn ei˙ß to\ gazofula¿kion:

                      Mark 13:1 Kai« e˙kporeuome÷nou aujtouv e˙k touv i˚erouv le÷gei aujtwˆ◊
                      ei–ß tw◊n maqhtw◊n aujtouv: dida¿skale, i¶de potapoi« li÷qoi kai« potapai«
                      oi˙kodomai÷. 2 kai« oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ble÷peiß tau/taß ta»ß
                      mega¿laß oi˙kodoma¿ß; ouj mh\ aÓfeqhØv w—de li÷qoß e˙pi« li÷qon o§ß ouj mh\
                      kataluqhØv.

                      Mark 13:3 Kai« kaqhme÷nou aujtouv ei˙ß to\ o¡roß tw◊n e˙laiw◊n
                      kate÷nanti touv i˚erouv e˙phrw¿ta aujto\n kat∆ i˙di÷an Pe÷troß kai«
                      ∆Ia¿kwboß kai« ∆Iwa¿nnhß kai« ∆Andre÷aß:

                      Mark 13:19 e¶sontai ga»r ai˚ hJme÷rai e˙kei√nai qli√yiß oiºa ouj ge÷gonen
                      toiau/th aÓp∆ aÓrchvß kti÷sewß h§n e¶ktisen oJ qeo\ß eºwß touv nuvn kai« ouj
                      mh\ ge÷nhtai.

                      Mark 13:24 ∆Alla» e˙n e˙kei÷naiß tai√ß hJme÷raiß meta» th\n qli√yin
                      e˙kei÷nhn
                      oJ h¢lioß skotisqh/setai,
                      kai« hJ selh/nh ouj dw¿sei to\ fe÷ggoß aujthvß,

                      Mark 13:30 ∆Amh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ouj mh\ pare÷lqhØ hJ genea» au¢th
                      me÷criß ou∞ tauvta pa¿nta ge÷nhtai. 31 oJ oujrano\ß kai« hJ ghv
                      pareleu/sontai, oi˚ de« lo/goi mou ouj mh\ pareleu/sontai.

                      Mark 14:1 •Hn de« to\ pa¿sca kai« ta» a‡zuma meta» du/o hJme÷raß. kai«
                      e˙zh/toun oi˚ aÓrcierei√ß kai« oi˚ grammatei√ß pw◊ß aujto\n e˙n do/lwˆ
                      krath/santeß aÓpoktei÷nwsin:

                      Mark 14:13 kai« aÓposte÷llei du/o tw◊n maqhtw◊n aujtouv kai« le÷gei
                      aujtoi√ß: uJpa¿gete ei˙ß th\n po/lin, kai« aÓpanth/sei uJmi√n a‡nqrwpoß
                      kera¿mion u¢datoß basta¿zwn: aÓkolouqh/sate aujtwˆ◊

                      Mark 14:16 kai« e˙xhvlqon oi˚ maqhtai« kai« h™lqon ei˙ß th\n po/lin kai«
                      eu∞ron kaqw»ß ei•pen aujtoi√ß kai« hJtoi÷masan to\ pa¿sca.

                      Mark 14:18 kai« aÓnakeime÷nwn aujtw◊n kai« e˙sqio/ntwn oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen:
                      aÓmh\n le÷gw uJmi√n o¢ti ei–ß e˙x uJmw◊n paradw¿sei me oJ e˙sqi÷wn met∆
                      e˙mouv.

                      Mark 14:21 o¢ti oJ me«n ui˚o\ß touv aÓnqrw¿pou uJpa¿gei kaqw»ß ge÷graptai
                      peri« aujtouv, oujai« de« twˆ◊ aÓnqrw¿pwˆ e˙kei÷nwˆ di∆ ou∞ oJ ui˚o\ß touv
                      aÓnqrw¿pou paradi÷dotai: kalo\n aujtwˆ◊ ei˙ oujk e˙gennh/qh oJ a‡nqrwpoß
                      e˙kei√noß.

                      Mark 14:22 Kai« e˙sqio/ntwn aujtw◊n labw»n a‡rton eujlogh/saß e¶klasen
                      kai« e¶dwken aujtoi√ß kai« ei•pen: la¿bete, touvto/ e˙stin to\ sw◊ma¿ mou.

                      Mark 14:24 kai« ei•pen aujtoi√ß: touvto/ e˙stin to\ ai–ma¿ mou thvß
                      diaqh/khß to\ e˙kcunno/menon uJpe«r pollw◊n.

                      Mark 14:26 Kai« uJmnh/santeß e˙xhvlqon ei˙ß to\ o¡roß tw◊n e˙laiw◊n. 27
                      kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß o¢ti pa¿nteß skandalisqh/sesqe, o¢ti
                      ge÷graptai:
                      pata¿xw to\n poime÷na,
                      kai« ta» pro/bata diaskorpisqh/sontai.

                      Mark 14:30 kai« le÷gei aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß: aÓmh\n le÷gw soi o¢ti su\
                      sh/meron tau/thØ thØv nukti« pri«n h£ di«ß aÓle÷ktora fwnhvsai tri÷ß me
                      aÓparnh/shØ.

                      Mark 14:34 kai« le÷gei aujtoi√ß: peri÷lupo/ß e˙stin hJ yuch/ mou eºwß
                      qana¿tou: mei÷nate w—de kai« grhgorei√te.

                      Mark 14:54 kai« oJ Pe÷troß aÓpo\ makro/qen hjkolou/qhsen aujtwˆ◊ eºwß e¶sw
                      ei˙ß th\n aujlh\n touv aÓrciere÷wß kai« h™n sugkaqh/menoß meta» tw◊n
                      uJphretw◊n kai« qermaino/menoß pro\ß to\ fw◊ß.

                      Mark 14:61 oJ de« e˙siw¿pa kai« oujk aÓpekri÷nato oujde÷n. pa¿lin oJ
                      aÓrciereu\ß e˙phrw¿ta aujto\n kai« le÷gei aujtwˆ◊: su\ ei• oJ cristo\ß oJ
                      ui˚o\ß touv eujloghtouv; 62 oJ de« ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen: e˙gw¿ ei˙mi, kai«
                      o¡yesqe to\n ui˚o\n touv aÓnqrw¿pou e˙k dexiw◊n kaqh/menon thvß duna¿mewß
                      kai« e˙rco/menon meta» tw◊n nefelw◊n touv oujranouv.

                      Mark 14:65 Kai« h¡rxanto/ tineß e˙mptu/ein aujtwˆ◊ kai« perikalu/ptein
                      aujtouv to\ pro/swpon kai« kolafi÷zein aujto\n kai« le÷gein aujtwˆ◊:
                      profh/teuson, kai« oi˚ uJphre÷tai rJapi÷smasin aujto\n e¶labon.

                      Mark 14:72 kai« eujqu\ß e˙k deute÷rou aÓle÷ktwr e˙fw¿nhsen. kai« aÓnemnh/sqh
                      oJ Pe÷troß to\ rJhvma wJß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊ oJ ∆Ihsouvß o¢ti pri«n aÓle÷ktora
                      fwnhvsai di«ß tri÷ß me aÓparnh/shØ: kai« e˙pibalw»n e¶klaien.


                      Mark 15:2 Kai« e˙phrw¿thsen aujto\n oJ Pila◊toß: su\ ei• oJ basileu\ß
                      tw◊n ∆Ioudai÷wn; oJ de« aÓpokriqei«ß aujtwˆ◊ le÷gei: su\ le÷geiß.

                      Mark 15:9 oJ de« Pila◊toß aÓpekri÷qh aujtoi√ß le÷gwn: qe÷lete aÓpolu/sw
                      uJmi√n to\n basile÷a tw◊n ∆Ioudai÷wn;

                      Mark 15:24 Kai« staurouvsin aujto\n kai« diameri÷zontai ta» i˚ma¿tia
                      aujtouv, ba¿llonteß klhvron e˙p∆ aujta» ti÷ß ti÷ a‡rhØ.

                      Mark 15:29 Kai« oi˚ paraporeuo/menoi e˙blasfh/moun aujto\n kinouvnteß
                      ta»ß kefala»ß aujtw◊n kai« le÷gonteß: ouja» oJ katalu/wn to\n nao\n kai«
                      oi˙kodomw◊n e˙n trisi«n hJme÷raiß,

                      Mark 16:1 Kai« diagenome÷nou touv sabba¿tou Mari÷a hJ Magdalhnh\ kai«
                      Mari÷a hJ [touv] ∆Iakw¿bou kai« Salw¿mh hjgo/rasan aÓrw¿mata iºna e˙lqouvsai
                      aÓlei÷ywsin aujto/n.

                      Mark 16:5 Kai« ei˙selqouvsai ei˙ß to\ mnhmei√on ei•don neani÷skon
                      kaqh/menon e˙n toi√ß dexioi√ß peribeblhme÷non stolh\n leukh/n, kai«
                      e˙xeqambh/qhsan. 6 oJ de« le÷gei aujtai√ß: mh\ e˙kqambei√sqe: ∆Ihsouvn
                      zhtei√te to\n Nazarhno\n to\n e˙staurwme÷non: hjge÷rqh, oujk e¶stin w—de:
                      i¶de oJ to/poß o¢pou e¶qhkan aujto/n. 7 aÓlla» uJpa¿gete ei¶pate toi√ß
                      maqhtai√ß aujtouv kai« twˆ◊ Pe÷trwˆ o¢ti proa¿gei uJma◊ß ei˙ß th\n
                      Galilai÷an: e˙kei√ aujto\n o¡yesqe, kaqw»ß ei•pen uJmi√n.

                      Luke 1:19 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ a‡ggeloß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: e˙gw¿ ei˙mi Gabrih\l
                      oJ paresthkw»ß e˙nw¿pion touv qeouv kai« aÓpesta¿lhn lalhvsai pro\ß se« kai«
                      eujaggeli÷sasqai÷ soi tauvta:

                      Luke 1:23 kai« e˙ge÷neto wJß e˙plh/sqhsan ai˚ hJme÷rai thvß leitourgi÷aß
                      aujtouv, aÓphvlqen ei˙ß to\n oi•kon aujtouv.

                      Luke 1:28 kai« ei˙selqw»n pro\ß aujth\n ei•pen: cai√re, kecaritwme÷nh, oJ
                      ku/rioß meta» souv.

                      Luke 1:61 kai« ei•pan pro\ß aujth\n o¢ti oujdei÷ß e˙stin e˙k thvß
                      suggenei÷aß sou o§ß kalei√tai twˆ◊ ojno/mati tou/twˆ.

                      Luke 1:73 o¢rkon o§n w‡mosen pro\ß ∆Abraa»m to\n pate÷ra hJmw◊n,
                      touv douvnai hJmi√n

                      Luke 2:49 kai« ei•pen pro\ß aujtou/ß: ti÷ o¢ti e˙zhtei√te÷ me; oujk hØ¡deite
                      o¢ti e˙n toi√ß touv patro/ß mou dei√ ei•nai÷ me;

                      Luke 2:51 kai« kate÷bh met∆ aujtw◊n kai« h™lqen ei˙ß Nazare«q kai« h™n
                      uJpotasso/menoß aujtoi√ß. kai« hJ mh/thr aujtouv dieth/rei pa¿nta ta»
                      rJh/mata e˙n thØv kardi÷aˆ aujthvß.

                      Luke 3:4 wJß ge÷graptai e˙n bi÷blwˆ lo/gwn ∆HsaiŒou touv profh/tou:
                      fwnh\ bow◊ntoß e˙n thØv e˙rh/mwˆ:
                      e˚toima¿sate th\n oJdo\n kuri÷ou,
                      eujqei÷aß poiei√te ta»ß tri÷bouß aujtouv:

                      Luke 3:12 h™lqon de« kai« telw◊nai baptisqhvnai kai« ei•pan pro\ß aujto/n:
                      dida¿skale, ti÷ poih/swmen;

                      Luke 3:17 ou∞ to\ ptu/on e˙n thØv ceiri« aujtouv diakaqa◊rai th\n a‚lwna
                      aujtouv kai« sunagagei√n to\n si√ton ei˙ß th\n aÓpoqh/khn aujtouv, to\ de«
                      a‡curon katakau/sei puri« aÓsbe÷stwˆ.

                      Luke 3:22 kai« katabhvnai to\ pneuvma to\ a‚gion swmatikwˆ◊ ei¶dei wJß
                      peristera»n e˙p∆ aujto/n, kai« fwnh\n e˙x oujranouv gene÷sqai: su\ ei• oJ
                      ui˚o/ß mou oJ aÓgaphto/ß, e˙n soi« eujdo/khsa.

                      Luke 4:4 kai« aÓpekri÷qh pro\ß aujto\n oJ ∆Ihsouvß: ge÷graptai o¢ti oujk
                      e˙p∆ a‡rtwˆ mo/nwˆ zh/setai oJ a‡nqrwpoß.

                      Luke 4:6 kai« ei•pen aujtwˆ◊ oJ dia¿boloß: soi« dw¿sw th\n e˙xousi÷an
                      tau/thn a‚pasan kai« th\n do/xan aujtw◊n, o¢ti e˙moi« parade÷dotai kai« wˆ—
                      e˙a»n qe÷lw di÷dwmi aujth/n:

                      Luke 4:8 kai« aÓpokriqei«ß oJ ∆Ihsouvß ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ge÷graptai: ku/rion
                      to\n qeo/n sou proskunh/seiß kai« aujtwˆ◊ mo/nwˆ latreu/seiß.

                      Luke 4:9 ⁄Hgagen de« aujto\n ei˙ß ∆Ierousalh\m kai« e¶sthsen e˙pi« to\
                      pteru/gion touv i˚erouv kai« ei•pen aujtwˆ◊: ei˙ ui˚o\ß ei• touv qeouv,
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                    • Paul Anderson
                      Hi there, Mark, an important topic, I think. Here are some of the places I ve addressed the similarities; interestingly, none of them are identical in terms of
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                        Hi there, Mark, an important topic, I think.

                        Here are some of the places I've addressed the similarities; interestingly,
                        none of them are identical in terms of use or exact meaning, so literary
                        dependence theories fall short in terms of evidence. And yet, particular
                        contacts or agreements between John and each of the Synoptic traditions do
                        present themselves, so sorting out the likely character of the connections
                        is important to establish.

                        See 31 general agreements between John and the Synoptics, 44 memorable
                        sayings common to John and Mark, and 13 possible contacts between the
                        Johannine and Q traditions in The Fourth Gospel and the Quest for Jesus
                        (Part IV), and my overall theory of interfluentiality in Part III.

                        The two sections of John that are similar to the Synoptics are John 6 and
                        John 18-19. My analyses of these (confirming the overall theory) are found
                        in The Christology of the Fourth Gospel (chs. 5-8) and my chapter on John
                        18-19 in the Louvain collection on the Death of Jesus (Peeters 2007).

                        Take care,

                        Paul Anderson

                        On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 10:25 AM, Mark Goodacre <Goodacre@...> wrote:

                        > Are there any good recent studies on examples of verbatim agreement
                        > between John and the Synoptics? I am just reflecting on the role
                        > played by verbatim agreement in Thomas / Synoptic parallels and
                        > thinking about how they compare / contrast with John / Synoptic
                        > parallels. Looking at Streeter's list, one of the most impressive
                        > examples is Mark 2.9, Ἔγειρε καὶ ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ περιπάτει
                        > in parallel with John 5.8, Ἔγειρε ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ
                        > περιπάτει. That is a six or seven word verbatim agreement, depending
                        > on how one counts, and it includes an unusual word (κράβαττόν). But
                        > is that the best there is? I'd be particularly interested to hear of
                        > any recent bibliography in this area, if anyone knows of any.
                        >
                        > Thanks
                        > Mark
                        >
                        > --
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                        > Duke University
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                        > Gray Building / Box 90964
                        > Durham, NC 27708-0964 USA
                        > Phone: 919-660-3503 Fax: 919-660-3530
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                        And, here is an online essay for Bible and Interpretation outlining six dozen cases where Luke departs with Mark and sides with John, suggesting Lukan
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                          And, here is an online essay for Bible and Interpretation outlining six
                          dozen cases where Luke departs with Mark and sides with John, suggesting
                          Lukan familiarity with (and dependence upon the oral renderings of) the
                          Johannine tradition.

                          http://www.bibleinterp.com/opeds/acts357920.shtml

                          Mark Matson and I presented papers independently on Lukan dependence upon
                          the Johannine tradition at the SNTS meetings last week, and the discussions
                          were vigorous indeed! I included the above essay as an appendix to my paper
                          on Authentic Worship in the Johannine and Lukan Traditions. (See also
                          Appendix VIII in Christology for my earlier development of this thesis.)

                          And, here's a report on lecturing at Marburg a year ago on A Bi-Optic
                          Hypothesis, which, was very well received.

                          http://www.bibleinterp.com/opeds/mainz357911.shtml

                          Take care,

                          Paul Anderson

                          On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 9:58 AM, Paul Anderson <panderso@...>wrote:

                          > Hi there, Mark, an important topic, I think.
                          >
                          > Here are some of the places I've addressed the similarities; interestingly,
                          > none of them are identical in terms of use or exact meaning, so literary
                          > dependence theories fall short in terms of evidence. And yet, particular
                          > contacts or agreements between John and each of the Synoptic traditions do
                          > present themselves, so sorting out the likely character of the connections
                          > is important to establish.
                          >
                          > See 31 general agreements between John and the Synoptics, 44 memorable
                          > sayings common to John and Mark, and 13 possible contacts between the
                          > Johannine and Q traditions in The Fourth Gospel and the Quest for Jesus
                          > (Part IV), and my overall theory of interfluentiality in Part III.
                          >
                          > The two sections of John that are similar to the Synoptics are John 6 and
                          > John 18-19. My analyses of these (confirming the overall theory) are found
                          > in The Christology of the Fourth Gospel (chs. 5-8) and my chapter on John
                          > 18-19 in the Louvain collection on the Death of Jesus (Peeters 2007).
                          >
                          > Take care,
                          >
                          > Paul Anderson
                          >
                          >
                          > On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 10:25 AM, Mark Goodacre <Goodacre@...> wrote:
                          >
                          >> Are there any good recent studies on examples of verbatim agreement
                          >> between John and the Synoptics? I am just reflecting on the role
                          >> played by verbatim agreement in Thomas / Synoptic parallels and
                          >> thinking about how they compare / contrast with John / Synoptic
                          >> parallels. Looking at Streeter's list, one of the most impressive
                          >> examples is Mark 2.9, Ἔγειρε καὶ ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ περιπάτει
                          >> in parallel with John 5.8, Ἔγειρε ἆρον τὸν κράβαττόν σου καὶ
                          >> περιπάτει. That is a six or seven word verbatim agreement, depending
                          >> on how one counts, and it includes an unusual word (κράβαττόν). But
                          >> is that the best there is? I'd be particularly interested to hear of
                          >> any recent bibliography in this area, if anyone knows of any.
                          >>
                          >> Thanks
                          >> Mark
                          >>
                          >> --
                          >> Mark Goodacre
                          >> Duke University
                          >> Department of Religion
                          >> Gray Building / Box 90964
                          >> Durham, NC 27708-0964 USA
                          >> Phone: 919-660-3503 Fax: 919-660-3530
                          >>
                          >> http://www.markgoodacre.org
                          >>
                          >>
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