Dict: all - regenerat


- General scriptures concerning kjv@Deuteronomy:29:4; kjv@Deuteronomy:30:6; kjv@1Kings:8:58; kjv@1Kings:51:2 kjv@1Kings:51:Psalms:36:9; 7, 10; kjv@Psalms:65:3; kjv@Psalms:68:18; kjv@Psalms:87:4-6; kjv@Psalms:110:3; kjv@Proverbs:4:23; kjv@Proverbs:12:28; kjv@Proverbs:14:27; kjv@Isaiah:1:16 kjv@Isaiah:1:Isaiah:16:1; 17, 25; kjv@Isaiah:4:4; kjv@Isaiah:12:3; kjv@Isaiah:26:12; kjv@Isaiah:32:3-4 kjv@Isaiah:32:Isaiah:29:23; 15, 17; kjv@Isaiah:35:5-6; kjv@Isaiah:42:16; kjv@Isaiah:43:7; kjv@Isaiah:44:3-5; kjv@Isaiah:49:9; kjv@Isaiah:55:1-3; kjv@Jeremiah:13:23; kjv@Jeremiah:17:13-14; kjv@Jeremiah:31:3 kjv@Jeremiah:31:Jeremiah:24:7; 33, 34; kjv@Jeremiah:32:38-40; kjv@Jeremiah:33:6; kjv@Ezekiel:11:19-20; kjv@Ezekiel:16:9; kjv@Ezekiel:36:26 kjv@Ezekiel:36:Ezekiel:18:31; 27, 29; kjv@Ezekiel:37:1-14; kjv@Ezekiel:44:7-9; kjv@Matthew:12:33-35 kjv@Matthew:12:Zechariah:12:10; 43, 44; kjv@Zechariah:13:23 kjv@Zechariah:13:33 kjv@Zechariah:18:3; kjv@Mark:4:20 kjv@Mark:4:26-29 kjv@Mark:5:19-20; kjv@Mark:10:15; kjv@Mark:8:35 kjv@Mark:8:Luke:1:16-17; 38, 39; kjv@Luke:13:21; kjv@John:1:4 kjv@John:1:John:18:17; 13, 16; kjv@John:3:3-8; kjv@John:4:10 kjv@John:4:14 kjv@John:5:24; kjv@John:6:44-45 kjv@John:6:47 kjv@John:6:50 kjv@John:6:John:8:12 kjv@John:8:51, 57; 32, 36; kjv@John:10:9-10; kjv@John:13:8; kjv@John:15:1-3; kjv@John:17:2; kjv@Acts:2:38 kjv@Acts:2:47 kjv@Acts:3:26; kjv@Acts:11:17 kjv@Acts:11:21 kjv@Acts:15:9; kjv@Acts:16:14; kjv@Acts:21:19; kjv@Acts:26:18; kjv@Romans:2:28-29; kjv@Romans:7:6 kjv@Romans:7:Romans:6:3-23; kjv@Romans:8:2-6 kjv@Romans:8:24, 25; 9, 13-16; kjv@Romans:12:2; kjv@Romans:15:16; kjv@1Corinthians:1:9 kjv@1Corinthians:1:24, 30; kjv@1Corinthians:3:6 kjv@1Corinthians:3:1Corinthians:2:12-14-16; 7, 9; kjv@1Corinthians:6:11; kjv@1Corinthians:12:6 kjv@1Corinthians:12:13 kjv@1Corinthians:15:10; kjv@2Corinthians:1:21-22; kjv@2Corinthians:3:3 kjv@2Corinthians:3:18 kjv@2Corinthians:4:6; kjv@2Corinthians:5:5 kjv@2Corinthians:5:17 kjv@Galatians:2:20; kjv@Galatians:4:29; kjv@Galatians:6:15; kjv@Ephesians:2:1 kjv@Ephesians:2:5, kjv@Ephesians:4:7-8 kjv@Ephesians:4:8 kjv@Ephesians:4:10; 16, 21-24; kjv@Ephesians:5:14; kjv@Philippians:1:6; kjv@Colossians:2:11-13; kjv@Colossians:3:9-10; kjv@2Thessalonians:2:13; kjv@Titus:3:5-6; kjv@Hebrews:4:1-12; kjv@Hebrews:8:10-11; kjv@Hebrews:10:16-17 kjv@Hebrews:10:22 kjv@Hebrews:10:23; kjv@James:1:18; kjv@1Peter:1:2-3 kjv@1Peter:1:1Peter:5:19-20; 22, 23; kjv@1Peter:2:3; kjv@2Peter:1:3-4; kjv@1John:2:27-29; kjv@1John:3:9 kjv@1John:3:14 kjv@1John:5:1 kjv@1John:5:4, 5, 11, kjv@1John:4:7; 12, 18

- INSTANCES OF .Jacob kjv@Genesis:32:29 .King Saul kjv@1Samuel:10:9 .Saul of Tarsus kjv@Acts:9:3-18 .All righteous persons .




G1080 <STRGRK>@ γεννάω gennaō ghen-nah'-o From a variation of G1085; to procreate (properly of the father but by extension of the mother); figuratively to regenerate: - bear beget be born bring forth conceive be delivered of gender make spring.

G203 <STRGRK>@ ἀκροβυστία akrobustia ak-rob-oos-tee'-ah From G206 and probably a modified form of πόσθη posthē (the penis or male sexual organ); the prepuce; by implication an uncircumcised (that is gentile figuratively unregenerate) state or person: - not circumcised uncircumcised [with G2192] uncircumcision.

G3501 <STRGRK>@ νέος νεώτερος neos neōteros neh'-os neh-o'-ter-os A primary word including the comparative (second form); new that is (of persons) youthful or (of things) fresh; figuratively regenerate: - new young.

G3824 <STRGRK>@ παλιγγενεσία paliggenesia pal-ing-ghen-es-ee'-ah From G3825 and G1078; (spiritual) rebirth (the state or the act) that is (figuratively) spiritual renovation; specifically Messianic restoration: - regeneration.

G4152 <STRGRK>@ πνευματικός pneumatikos phyoo-mat-ik-os' From G4151; non-carnal that is (humanly) ethereal (as opposed to gross) or (daemoniacally) a spirit (concretely) or (divinely) supernatural regenerate religious: - spiritual. Compare G5591.

G4559 <STRGRK>@ σαρκικός sarkikos sar-kee-kos' From G4561; pertaining to flesh that is (by extension) bodily temporal or (by implication) animal unregenerate: - carnal fleshly.



Regeneration @ only found in kjv@Matthew:19:28 and kjv@Titus:3:5. This word literally means a "new birth." The Greek word so rendered (palingenesia) is used by classical writers with reference to the changes produced by the return of spring. In kjv@Matthew:19:28 the word is equivalent to the "restitution of all things" kjv@Acts:3:21). In kjv@Titus:3:5 it denotes that change of heart elsewhere spoken of as a passing from death to life ( kjv@1John:3:14); becoming a new creature in Christ Jesus ( kjv@2Corinthians:5:17); being born again kjv@John:3:5); a renewal of the mind kjv@Romans:12:2); a resurrection from the dead kjv@Ephesians:2:6); a being quickened (2:1,5). This change is ascribed to the Holy Spirit. It originates not with man but with God kjv@John:1:12-13; kjv@1John:2:29 kjv@1John:5:1 kjv@1John:5:4). As to the nature of the change, it consists in the implanting of a new principle or disposition in the soul; the impartation of spiritual life to those who are by nature "dead in trespasses and sins." The necessity of such a change is emphatically affirmed in Scripture kjv@John:3:3; kjv@Romans:7:18 kjv@Romans:8:7-9; kjv@1Corinthians:2:14; kjv@Ephesians:2:1 kjv@Ephesians:4:21-24).