Indexes Search Result: indexed - believe
JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@Isaiah:53:1 @ Jesus By OTProphecy - People will hear and not believe the “arm of the LORD” (Messiah) kjv@John:12:37-38


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:10:37-38 @ Jesus By Command - believe the works


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:12:36 @ Jesus By Command - believe in the light


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:14:1 @ Jesus By Command - let not your heart be troubled...believe also in me


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:14:11 @ Jesus By Command - believe me that I am in the father


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:6:29 @ Jesus By Command - believe on him whom he hath sent


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@Mark:11:24 @ Jesus By Command - when ye pray, believe that ye receive them


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@Mark:1:15 @ Jesus By Command - repent ye, and believe the gospel


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@Mark:5:36 @ Jesus By Command - Be not afraid, only believe


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@Matthew:21:25 @ The baptism of John, whence was it? from heaven, or of men?...Why did ye not then believe him? - Jesus By Question


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:1:50 @ Because I said unto thee, I saw thee under the fig tree, believest thou? - Jesus By Question


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:3:12 @ If I have told you earthly things, and ye believe not, how shall ye believe, if I tell you of heavenly things? - Jesus By Question


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:5:44 @ How can ye believe, which receive honour one of another, and seek not the honour that cometh from God only? - Jesus By Question


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:5:47 @ But if ye believe not his writings, how shall ye believe my words? - Jesus By Question


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:8:46 @ Which of you convinceth me of sin? And if I say the truth, why do ye not believe me? - Jesus By Question


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:9:35 @ Dost thou believe on the Son of God? - Jesus By Question


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:11:40 @ Said I not unto thee, that, if thou wouldest believe, thou shouldest see the glory of God? - Jesus By Question


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:12:38 @ That the saying of Esaias the prophet might be fulfilled, which he spake, Lord, who hath believed our report? and to whom hath the arm of the Lord been revealed? - Jesus By Question


JESUSBYINDEX.txt
Found: nkjv@John:16:31 @ Do ye now believe? - Jesus By Question


PREACHOLOGYSERMONOUTLINES.txt
Found: 1Thessalonians:1 @ THE BELIEVER - I. The Readiness of the believer


PREACHOLOGYSERMONOUTLINES.txt
Found: 1Thessalonians:2 @ THE BELIEVER - II. The Reward of the believer


PREACHOLOGYSERMONOUTLINES.txt
Found: 1Thessalonians:3 @ THE BELIEVER - III. The Relationship of the believer


PREACHOLOGYSERMONOUTLINES.txt
Found: 1Thessalonians:4 @ THE BELIEVER - IV. The Rapture of the believer


PREACHOLOGYSERMONOUTLINES.txt
Found: 1Thessalonians:5 @ THE BELIEVER - V. The Responsibility of the believer


NGRAMGOSPELUNIGRAM.txt
Found: filter:NT-GOSPEL believe @ (7)


NGRAMGOSPELUNIGRAM.txt
Found: filter:NT-GOSPEL believed @ (3)


BIBLEBYSTORYLINE.txt
Found: nkjv@2Corinthians:6:14-7:1 @ Do Not Be Yoked With Unbelievers


BIBLETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: dourh@Matthew:1 @ ENGLISH: kjv@TITLE: Douay Rheims kjv@DESCRIPTION: The Douay Version is the foundation on which nearly all English Catholic versions are still based. kjv@RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain kjv@PUBLISHER: FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


BIBLETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: lont@Matthew:1 @ ENGLISH: kjv@TITLE: Living Oracles NT kjv@DESCRIPTION: Alexander Campbell's Living Oracles kjv@RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. kjv@PUBLISHER: FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


BIBLETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: mkjv@Matthew:1 @ ENGLISH: kjv@TITLE: Modern KJV 1963 kjv@DESCRIPTION: Modern King James Version of the Holy Bible 1962 kjv@RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. kjv@PUBLISHER:


MOBILETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: tab[cebuano_ang_biblia_pinadayag@ntchap] @ TITLE: Cebuano Ang Biblia (Pinadayag Version) DESCRIPTION: Cebuano is the second most widely spoken native language of the Philippines. The complete Cebuano Bible was first published in 1917. This Bible is published today as the Ang Biblia, Cebuano by the Philippine Bible Society. Two separate versions are available: The 'Bugna' version contains the original New Testament from 1917. The 'Pinadayag' version contains a completely revised New Testament which follows a Critical Greek Text. Both versions share the same Old Testament text. The 'Pinadayag' designation is derived from the Cebuano name given to the book of Revelation. Converted from Online Bible. Comparison was made with the printed edition, resulting in some minor corrections. - Version 1.0.8 RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. PUBLISHER: LIA


MOBILETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: dourh @ TITLE: Douay Rheims DESCRIPTION: The Douay Version is the foundation on which nearly all English Catholic versions are still based. RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain PUBLISHER: FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


MOBILETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: lont @ TITLE: Living Oracles NT DESCRIPTION: Alexander Campbell's Living Oracles RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. PUBLISHER: FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


MOBILETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: lsg @ TITLE: BROKEN LINK French Louis Segond DESCRIPTION: Bibeluebersetzung Louis Segond 1910 RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible ist found in the Public Domain PUBLISHER: FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


MOBILETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: tab[luther1912@ntchap] @ TITLE: Luther 1912 DESCRIPTION: Lutherbibel von 1912 RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. PUBLISHER: FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


MOBILETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: mkjv @ TITLE: Modern KJV 1963 DESCRIPTION: Modern King James Version of the Holy Bible 1962 RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. PUBLISHER:


MOBILETRANSLATIONINDEX.txt
Found: tab[sf_textbibel_1906_nt_at@ntchap] @ TITLE: Textbibel DESCRIPTION: A.T: Emil Kautzsch (AT), *4.9.1841 Plauen (Sachsen),?7.5.1910 Halle, prot., Deutscher, ab 1875 Ehrenbürger von Basel. Sohn des Karl Friedrich, Lehrers und Pfarrers. ? 1866 Helene Michaelis. K. studierte 1859-63 Theologie und oriental. Sprachen in Leipzig (1863 Dr. phil., 1868 lic. theol.), wo er 1869 PD und 1871 ao. Professor wurde. Ab 1872 arbeitete er als o. Prof. für Altes Testament in Basel (hier auch Universitätsrektor). In Basel gehörte er ferner dem Kirchenrat an. 1880 wechselte er an die Univ. Tübingen, 1888 an die Univ. Halle. K. wirkte als Herausgeber einer wissenschaftlich kommentierten Übersetzung des Alten Testaments sowie der alttestamentl. Apokryphen und Pseudepigraphen. - N.T: Zu besonderer Freude gereicht es mir endlich, daß D. Weizsäcker (? 1899) behufs Herstellung einer Vollbibel die Beifügung seiner Übersetzung des Neuen Testaments (nach dem Manuscript der neunten Auflage) gestattet hat, in der die Aufgabe einer den heutigen Ansprüchen genügenden Verdeutschung lange vor unserer Bearbeitung des Alten Testaments zu allgemeiner Befriedigung gelöst war. E. Kautzsch. RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. PUBLISHER: 1906 Verlag von J.C.B.Mohr (Paul Siebeck) Tübingen


DAILYLIGHT.txt
Found: JANUARY5 AM @ We which have believed do enter into rest.-nkjv@Hebrews:4:3. nkjv@Jeremiah:9:5. nkjv@Romans:7:23-24 nkjv@Matthew:11:28. nkjv@Romans:5:1-2 nkjv@Hebrews:4:10. nkjv@Philippians:3:9. nkjv@Isaiah:28:12.


DAILYLIGHT.txt
Found: JANUARY25 AM @ The righteousness of God which is by faith of Jesus Christ unto all and upon all them that believe.-nkjv@Romans:3:22 nkjv@2Corinthians:5:21. nkjv@Galatians:3:13. nkjv@1Corinthians:1:30. nkjv@Titus:3:5-6 nkjv@Philippians:3:8-9.


DAILYLIGHT.txt
Found: FEBRUARY28 AM @ God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.-nkjv@John:3:16 nkjv@2Corinthians:5:18-21. nkjv@1John:4:8-11.


DAILYLIGHT.txt
Found: MARCH8 PM @ I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that he is able.-nkjv@2Timothy:1:12 nkjv@Ephesians:3:20 nkjv@2Corinthians:9:8 nkjv@Hebrews:2:18 nkjv@Hebrews:7:25 nkjv@Jude:1:24 nkjv@2Timothy:1:12 nkjv@Philippians:3:21 nkjv@Matthew:9:28-29.


DAILYLIGHT.txt
Found: MARCH24 AM @ Abraham believed in the Lord; and he counted it to him for righteousness.-nkjv@Genesis:15:6. nkjv@Romans:4:20-24 nkjv@Romans:4:13 nkjv@Romans:1:17. nkjv@Hebrews:10:23. nkjv@Psalms:115:3. nkjv@Luke:1:37 nkjv@Luke:1:45.


DAILYLIGHT.txt
Found: JUNE13 PM @ Dost thou believe on the Son of God?-nkjv@John:9:35 nkjv@John:9:36 nkjv@Hebrews:1:3. - nkjv@1Timothy:. kjv@6:15-16. nkjv@Revelation:1:8 nkjv@John:9:38. nkjv@2Timothy:1:12 nkjv@1Peter:2:6-7.


DAILYLIGHT.txt
Found: JULY5 AM @ We have known and believed the love that God hath to us.-nkjv@1John:4:16. nkjv@Ephesians:2:4-7 nkjv@John:3:16. nkjv@Romans:8:32. nkjv@Psalms:145:9 nkjv@1John:4:19 nkjv@Luke:1:45.


DAILYLIGHT.txt
Found: NOVEMBER18 PM @ I believed not the words, until I came, and mine eyes had seen it; and, behold, the half was not told me.-- nkjv@1Kings:10:7 nkjv@Matthew:12:42. nkjv@John:1:14 nkjv@1Corinthians:2:4-5 nkjv@1Corinthians:2:9-10 nkjv@Isaiah:33:17. nkjv@1John:3:2. nkjv@Job:19:26. nkjv@Psalms:17:15.


DAILYLIGHT.txt
Found: NOVEMBER29 PM @ Do ye now believe?-nkjv@John:16:31 nkjv@James:2:14 nkjv@James:2:17 nkjv@Hebrews:11:17-19. nkjv@James:2:21-24 nkjv@James:1:25 nkjv@Matthew:7:20-21. nkjv@John:13:17.


WEBCHRISTIANITYSTUDY.txt
Found: RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS @ Christian naturism: A movement which believes that God never intended for people to be ashamed of their bodies.


WEBCHRISTIANITYSTUDY.txt
Found: POLITICAL MOVEMENTS @ Christian anarchism: the rejection of all authority and power other than God, sometimes even including the organized church. Christian anarchists believe that Jesus of Nazareth was an anarchist, and that his movement was reversed by strong Judaist and Roman statist influences.


WEBCHRISTIANITYSTUDY.txt
Found: THEOLOGY POST-REFORMATION @ Pietism : A stream of Lutheranism placing renewed emphasis on the Bible and a universal priesthood of all believers.


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@Psalms:27:13 @ I had fainted, unless I had believed to see the...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@Isaiah:53:1 @ Who hath believed our report? and to whom is the...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@1Timothy:4:12 @ Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@John:3:16 @ For God so loved the world, that he gave his...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@2Timothy:1:12 @ For the which cause I also suffer these things: nevertheless...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@John:6:35 @ And Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@John:6:40 @ And this is the will of him that sent me,...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@Romans:10:9 @ That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@Romans:10:10 @ For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@John:8:31 @ Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him,...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@John:11:25 @ Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@John:11:26 @ And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die....


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@Mark:11:24 @ Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire,...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@John:14:1 @ Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God,...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@Mark:16:16 @ He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@John:20:29 @ Jesus saith unto him, Thomas, because thou hast seen me,...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@John:20:31 @ But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@Acts:4:32 @ And the multitude of them that believed were of one...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@1John:4:16 @ And we have known and believed the love that God...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@Acts:10:43 @ To him give all the prophets witness, that through his...


MEMORYVERSE.txt
Found: kjv@Acts:15:11 @ But we believe that through the grace of the Lord...


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 1Clement:10:6 <1CLEMENT>@ And again He saith; God led Abraham forth and said unto him, Look up unto the heaven and count the stars, and see whether thou canst number them. So shall thy seed be. And Abraham believed God, and it was reckoned unto him for righteousness.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 1Clement:12:7 <1CLEMENT>@ And moreover they gave her a sign, that she should hang out from her house a scarlet thread, thereby showing beforehand that through the blood of the Lord there shall be redemption unto all them that believe and hope on God.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 1Clement:16:3 <1CLEMENT>@ For He saith Lord, who believed our report? and to whom was the arm of the Lord revealed? We announced Him in His presence. As a child was He, as a root in a thirsty ground. There is no form in Him, neither glory. And we beheld Him, and He had no form nor comeliness, but His form was mean, lacking more than the form of men. He was a man of stripes and of toil, and knowing how to bear infirmity: for His face is turned away. He was dishonored and held of no account.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 1Clement:34:4 <1CLEMENT>@ He exhorteth us therefore to believe on Him with our whole heart, and to be not idle nor careless unto every good work.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 1Clement:42:4 <1CLEMENT>@ So preaching everywhere in country and town, they appointed their firstfruits, when they had proved them by the Spirit, to be bishops and deacons unto them that should believe.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 2Clement:2:3 <2CLEMENT>@ Again, in that He said, For the children of the desolate are more than of her that hath the husband, He so spake, because our people seemed desolate and forsaken of God, whereas now, having believed, we have become more than those who seemed to have God.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 2Clement:11:1 <2CLEMENT>@ Let us therefore serve God in a pure heart, and we shall be righteous; but if we serve Him not, because we believe not the promise of God, we shall be wretched.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 2Clement:15:3 <2CLEMENT>@ Let is therefore abide in the things which we believed, in righteousness and holiness, that we may with boldness as of God who saith, Whiles thou art still speaking I will say, Behold, I am here.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 2Clement:17:3 <2CLEMENT>@ And let us not think to give heed and believe now only, while we have departed home, let us remember the commandments of the Lord, and not suffer ourselves to be dragged off the other way by our worldly lusts; but coming hither more frequently, let us strive to go forward in the commandments of the Lord, that we all having the same mind may be gathered together unto life.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: 2Clement:17:5 <2CLEMENT>@ And the unbelievers shall see His glory and His might: and they shall be amazed when they see the kingdom of the world given to Jesus, saying, Woe unto us, for Thou wast, and we knew it not, and believed not; and we obeyed not the presbyters when they told us of our salvation. And Their worm shall not die, and their fire shall not be quenched, and they shall be for a spectacle unto all flesh.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Barnabas:3:6 @ To this end therefore, my brethren, He that is long-suffering, foreseeing that the people whom He had prepared in His well-beloved would believe in simplicity, manifested to us beforehand concerning all things, that we might not as novices shipwreck ourselves upon their law.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Barnabas:7:2 @ If then the Son of God, being Lord and future Judge of quick and dead, suffered that His wound might give us life, let us believe that the Son of God could not suffer except for our sakes.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Barnabas:9:2 @ And again He saith; Hear, O Israel, for thus saith the Lord thy God. Who is he that desireth to live forever, let him hear with his ears the voice of My servant. ~y And again He saith; Hear, O heaven, and give ear, O earth, for the Lord hath spoken these things for a testimony. And again He saith; Hear the words of the Lord, ye rulers of this people. And again He saith; Hear, O my children, the voice of one crying in the wilderness. Therefore He circumcised our ears, that hearing the word we might believe.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Barnabas:11:11 @ This He saith, because we go down into the water laden with sins and filth, and rise up from it bearing fruit in the heart, resting our fear and hope on Jesus in the spirit. And whosoever shall eat of these shall live forever; He meaneth this; whosoever, saith He, shall hear these things spoken and shall believe, shall live forever.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Barnabas:12:7 @ When therefore they were assembled together they entreated Moses that he should offer up intercession for them that they might be healed. And Moses said unto them; Whensoever, said he, one of you shall be bitten, let him come to the serpent which is placed on the tree, and let him believe and hope that the serpent being himself dead can make alive; and forthwith he shall be saved. And so they did. Here again thou hast in these things also the glory of Jesus, how that in Him and unto Him are all things.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Barnabas:13:7 @ If then besides this He also recorded it through Abraham, we attain the completion of our knowledge. What then saith he to Abraham when he alone believed, and was ascribed for righteousness? Behold I have made thee, Abraham, a father of nations that believe in God in uncircumcision.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Barnabas:16:7 @ I find then that there is a temple, How then shall it be built in the name of the Lord? Understand ye. Before we believed on God, the abode of our heart was corrupt and weak, a temple truly built by hands; for it was full of idolatry and was a house of demons, because we did whatsoever was contrary to God.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Diognetus:9:6 @ Having then in the former time demonstrated the inability of our nature to obtain life, and having now revealed a Savior able to save even creatures which have no ability, He willed that for both reasons we should believe in His goodness and should regard Him as nurse, father, teacher, counselor, physician, mind, light, honor, glory, strength and life.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Diognetus:11:3 @ For which cause He sent forth the Word, that He might appear unto the world, Who being dishonored by the people, and preached by the Apostles, was believed in by the Gentiles.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Diognetus:12:8 @ Whereof if thou bear the tree and pluck the fruit, thou shalt ever gather the harvest which God looks for, which serpent toucheth not, nor deceit infecteth, neither is Eve corrupted, but is believed on as a virgin,


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:5[13^:4 @ But they that are broken off short, these have believed, and have their greater part in righteousness, but have some parts of lawlessness; therefore they are too short, and are not perfect."


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:715:1 @ "But the other stones which thou sawest cast far away from the tower and falling into the way and rolling out of the way into the regions where there is no way, these are they that have believed, but by reason of their double heart they abandon their true way. Thus thinking that they can find a better way, they go astray and are sore distressed, as they walk about in the regions where there is no way.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:126:1 @ "First of all, believe that God is One, even He who created all things and set them in order, and brought all things from non-existence into being, Who comprehendeth all things, being alone incomprehensible.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:127:2 @ First of all, speak evil of no man, neither take pleasure in listening to a slanderer. Otherwise thou that hearest too shalt be responsible for the sin of him that speaketh the evil, if thou believest the slander, which thou hearest; for in believing it thou thyself also wilt have a grudge against thy brother. So then shalt thou be responsible for the sin of him that speaketh the evil.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:331:3 @ But, since thou enquirest all things accurately, I will declare unto thee this also, so as to give no excuse to those who shall hereafter believe or those who have already believed, on the Lord. For they that have already believed, or shall hereafter believe, have not repentance for sins, but have only remission of their former sins.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:236:10 @ This commandment declareth what concerneth faith, that thou mayest trust the works of the angel of righteousness, and doing them mayest live unto God. But believe that the works of the angel of wickedness are difficult; so by not doing them thou shalt live unto God."


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:140:4 @ "Listen," saith he. "Those who have never investigated concerning the truth, nor enquired concerning the deity, but have merely believed, and have been mixed up in business affairs and riches and heathen friendships, and many other affairs of this world--as many, I say, as devote themselves to these things, comprehend not the parables of the deity; for they are darkened by these actions, and are corrupted and become barren.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:140:5 @ As good vineyards, when they are treated with neglect, are made barren by the thorns and weeds of various kinds, so men who after they have believed fall into these many occupations which were mentioned before, lose their understanding and comprehend nothing at all concerning righteousness; for if they hear concerning the deity and truth, their mind is absorbed in their occupations, and they perceive nothing at all.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:150:7 @ Take heed therefore, ye that serve God and have Him in your heart: work the "works of God being mindful of His commandments and of the promises which He made, and believe Him that He will perform them, if His commandments be kept.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:154:5 @ do no wickedness in thy life, and serve the Lord with a pure heart; observe His commandments and walk in His ordinances, and let no evil desire rise up in thy heart; but believe God. Then, if thou shalt do these things, and fear Him, and control thyself from every evil deed, thou shalt live unto God; and if thou do these things, thou shalt accomplish a great fast, and one acceptable to God.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:369:2 @ "Listen," saith he; "this great tree which overshadows plains and mountains and all the earth is the law of God which was given to the whole world; and this law is the Son of Cod preached unto the ends of the earth. But the people that are under the shadow are they that have heard the preaching, and believed on Him;


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:369:3 @ but the great and glorious angel is Michael, who hath the power over this people and is their captain. For this is he that putteth the law into the hearts of the believers; therefore he himself inspecteth them to whom he gave it, to see whether they have observed it.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:672:3 @ I say unto him, "Sir, now then show me concerning those that have given up their rods, what manner of man each of them is, and their abode, that when they hear this, they that believed and have received the seal and have broken it and did not keep it sound may fully understand what they are doing, and repent, receiving from thee a seal, and may glorify the Lord, that He had compassion upon them and sent thee to renew their spirits."


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:975:1 @ "But they that have given up their rods two thirds withered and one third green, these are men who have been believers, but grew rich and became renowned among the Gentiles. They clothed themselves with great pride and became high-minded, and abandoned the truth and did not cleave to the righteous, but lived together after the manner of the Gentiles, and this path appeared the more pleasant unto them; yet they departed not from God, but continued in the faith, though they wrought not the works of the faith.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:1076:3 @ But they that gave up their rods withered, yet with a very small part green, these are they that believed, but practiced the works of lawlessness. Still they never separated from God, but bore the Name gladly, and gladly received into their houses the servants of God. So hearing of this repentance they repented without wavering, and they practice all excellence and righteousness.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:1390:5 @ For this cause thou seest the tower made a single stone with the rock. So also they that have believed in the Lord through His Son and clothe themselves in these spirits, shall become one spirit and one body, and their garments all of one color. But such persons as bear the names of the virgins have their dwelling in the tower."


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:1794:4 @ "Because," saith he, "all the nations that dwell under heaven, when they heard and believed, were called by the one name of the Son of God. So having received the seal, they had one understanding and one mind, and one faith became theirs and one love, and they bore the spirits of the virgins along with the Name; therefore the building of the tower became of one color, even bright as the sun.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:1996:1 @ "From the first mountain, which was black, they that have believed are such as these; rebels and blasphemers against the Lord, and betrayers of the servants of God. For these there is no repentance, but there is death. For this cause also they are black; for their race is lawless.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:1996:2 @ And from the second mountain, the bare one, they that believed are such as these; hypocrites and teachers of wickedness. And these then are like the former in not having the fruit of righteousness. For, even as their mountain is unfruitful, so likewise such men as these have a name indeed, but they are void of the faith, and there is no fruit of truth in them. For these then repentance is offered, if they repent quickly; but if they delay, they will have their death with the former."


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:2097:1 @ "And from the third mountain, which had thorns and briars, they that believed are such as these; some of them are wealthy and others are entangled in many business affairs. The briars are the wealthy, and the thorns are they that are mixed up in various business affairs.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: Hermas:20[97^:1 @ "And from the fourth mountain, which had much vegetation, the upper part of the grass green and the part towards the roots withered, and some of it dried up by the sun, they that believed are such as these; the double-minded, and they that have the Lord on their lips, but have Him not in their heart.


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Found: Hermas:2299:1 @ "And from the fifth mountain, which had green grass and was rugged, they that believed are such as these; they are faithful, but slow to learn and stubborn and self-pleasers, desiring to know all things, and yet they know nothing at all.


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Found: Hermas:2299:3 @ Owing then to this pride of heart many, while they exalted themselves, have been made empty; for a mighty demon is stubbornness and vain confidence. Of these then many were cast away, but some repented and believed, and submitted themselves to those that had understanding, having learnt their own senselessness.


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Found: Hermas:23100:1 @ "But they that believed from the sixth mountain, which had clefts great and small, and in the clefts herbage withered, are such as these;


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Found: Hermas:24101:1 @ " And from the seventh mountain, on which was herbage green and smiling, and the whole mountain thriving, and cattle of every kind and the fowls of heaven were feeding on the herbage on that mountain, and the green herbage, on which they fed, only grew the more luxuriant, they that believed are such as these;


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Found: Hermas:25102:1 @ "And from the eighth mountain, where were the many springs, and all the creatures of the Lord did drink of the springs, they that believed are such as these;


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Found: Hermas:26103:1 @ "And from the ninth mountain, which was desert, which had the reptiles and wild beasts in it which destroy mankind, they that believed are such as these;


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Found: Hermas:27104:1 @ "And from the tenth mountain, where were trees sheltering certain sheep, they that believed are such as these;


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Found: Hermas:27[104^:1 @ "And from the eleventh mountain, where were trees full of fruit, decked with divers kinds of fruits, they that believed are such as these;


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Found: Hermas:27[104_:1 @ "And from the twelfth mountain, which was white, they that believed are such as these; they that are as very babes, into whose heart no guile entereth, neither lernt they what wickedness is, but they remained as babes forever.


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Found: Hermas:27[104`:2 @ When then they that believed from this mountain were all found guiltless, the lord of the tower ordered these from the roots of the mountain to be put into the building of the tower. For He knew that if these stones should go into the building of the tower, they would remain bright and not one of them would turn black.


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Found: Hermas:27[104`:3 @ But if he added (stones) from other mountains, he would have been obliged to visit the tower again, and to purify it. Now all these have been found white, who have believed and who shall believe; for they are of the same kind. Blessed is this kind, for it is innocent!


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Found: Hermas:33110:1 @ "All these things which are written above I, the shepherd, the angel of repentance, have declared and spoken to the servants of God. If then ye shall believe and hear my words, and walk in them, and amend your ways, ye shall be able to live. But if ye continue in wickedness and in bearing malice, no one of this kind shall live unto God. All things which were to be spoken by me have (now) been spoken to you."


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Found: IgnatiusEphesians:18:1 @ My spirit is made an offscouring for the Cross, which is a stumbling-block to them that are unbelievers, but to us salvation and life eternal. Where is the wise? Where is the disputer? Where is the boasting of them that are called prudent?


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Found: IgnatiusMagnesians:5:1 @ Seeing then that all things have an end, and these two life and death--are set before us together, and each man shall go to his own place; for just as there are two coinages, the one of God and the other of the world, and each of them hath its proper stamp impressed upon it, the unbelievers the stamp of this world, but the faithful in love the stamp of God the Father through Jesus Christ, through whom unless of our own free choice we accept to die unto His passion, His life is not in us:--


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: IgnatiusMagnesians:10:3 @ It is monstrous to talk of Jesus Christ and to practice Judaism. For Christianity did not believe in Judaism, but Judaism in Christianity, wherein every tongue believed and was gathered together unto God.


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Found: IgnatiusPhiladelphians:8:2 @ Do ye nothing in a spirit of factiousness but after the teaching of Christ. For I heard certain persons saying, If I find it not in the charters, I believe it not in the Gospel. And when I said to them, It is written, they answered me That is the question. But as for me, my charter is Jesus Christ, the inviolable charter is His cross and His death and His resurrection, and faith through Him; wherein I desire to be justified through your prayers.


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Found: IgnatiusPhiladelphians:9:2 @ But the Gospel hath a singular preeminence in the advent of the Savior, even our Lord Jesus Christ, and His passion and resurrection. For the beloved Prophets in their preaching pointed to Him; but the Gospel is the completion of immortality. All things together are good, if ye believe through love.


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Found: IgnatiusRomans:8:1 @ I desire no longer to live after the manner of men; and this shall be, if ye desire it. Desire ye, that ye yourselves also may be desired. In a brief letter I beseech you; believe me.


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Found: IgnatiusRomans:10:2 @ As touching those who went before me from Syria to Rome unto the glory of God, I believe that ye have received instructions; whom also apprise that I am near; for they all are worthy of God and of you, and it becometh you to refresh them in all things.


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Found: IgnatiusSmyrneans:2:1 @ For He suffered all these things for our sakes that we might be salved; and He suffered truly, as also He raised Himself truly; not as certain unbelievers say, that He suffered in semblance, being themselves mere semblance. And according as their opinions are, so shall it happen to them, for they are without body and demon-like.


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Found: IgnatiusSmyrneans:3:1 @ For I know and believe that He was in the flesh even after the resurrection;


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Found: IgnatiusSmyrneans:3:2 @ and when He came to Peter and his company, He said to them, Lay hold and handle me, and see that I am not a demon without a body. And straightway they touched Him, and they believed, being joined unto His flesh and His blood. Wherefore also they despised death, nay they were found superior to death. And after His resurrection He [both ate with them and drank with them as one in the flesh, though spiritually He was united with the Father.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: IgnatiusSmyrneans:5:3 @ But their names, being unbelievers, I have not thought fit to record in writing--nay, far be it from me even to remember them, until they repent and return to the passion, which is our resurrection.


EARLYCHURCHFATHERS.txt
Found: IgnatiusSmyrneans:6:1 @ Let no man be deceived. Even the heavenly beings and the glory of the angels and the rulers visible and invisible, if they believe not in the blood of Christ who is God, judgment awaiteth them also. He that receiveth let him receive. Let not office puff up any man; for faith and love are all in all, and nothing is preferred before them.


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Found: MartyrdomPolycarp:16:1 @ So at length the lawless men, seeing that his body could not be consumed by the fire, ordered an executioner to go up to him and stab him with a dagger. And when he had done this, there came forth a dove and a quantity of blood, so that it extinguished the fire; and all the multitude marvelled that there should be so great a difference between the unbelievers and the elect.


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Found: Polycarp:1:3 @ though ye saw Him not, ye believe with joy unutterable and full of glory; unto which joy many desire to enter in; forasmuch as ye know that it is by grace ye are saved, not of works, but by the will of God through Jesus Christ.


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Found: Polycarp:2:1 @ Wherefore gird up your loins and serve God in fear and truth, forsaking the vain and empty talking and the error of the many, for that ye have believed on Him that raised our Lord Jesus Christ from the dead and gave unto him glory and a throne on His right hand; unto whom all things were made subject that are in heaven and that are on the earth; to whom every creature that hath breath doeth service; who cometh as judge of quick and dead; whose blood God will require of them that are disobedient unto Him.


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Found: Polycarp:6:1 @ And the presbyters also must be compassionate, merciful towards all men, turning back the sheep that are gone astray, visiting all the infirm, not neglecting a widow or an orphan or a poor man: but providing always for that which is honorable in the sight of God and of men, abstaining from all anger, respect of persons, unrighteous judgment, being far from all love of money, not quick to believe anything against any man, not hasty in judgment, knowing that we all are debtors of sin.


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Found: Polycarp:8:2 @ Let us therefore become imitators of His endurance; and if we should suffer for His name's sake, let us glorify Him. For He gave this example to us in His own person, and we believed this.


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Found: Polycarp:12:2 @ Now may the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the eternal High-priest Himself the [Son of God Jesus Christ, build you up in faith and truth, and in all gentleness and in all avoidance of wrath and in forbearance and long suffering and in patient endurance and in purity; and may He grant unto you a lot and portion among His saints, and to us with you, and to all that are under heaven, who shall believe on our Lord and God Jesus Christ and on His Father that raised him from the dead.


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Found: Polycarp:14:1 @ I write these things to you by Crescens, whom I commended to you recently and now commend unto you: for he hath walked blamelessly with us; and I believe also with you in like manner. But ye shall have his sister commended, when she shall come to you. Fare ye well in the Lord Jesus Christ in grace, ye and all yours. Amen.


THEOLOGYGLOSSARY.txt
Found: @ PREMILLENNIALISM –– the eschatological view that Christ will return "before the millennium" in order to resurrect the saints (the "first resurrection"), establish a military rule from Jerusalem over the rebellious nations (the battle of Armageddon), and usher in a thousand year period of material peace and prosperity; at the end of this period the nations (still in natural bodies) will rebel and make war against Christ and the resurrected saints (the battle of Gog and Magog), who will be saved by fire from heaven, followed by the second resurrection––now of unbelievers––and the final judgment


WEBSTUDYLINKS.txt
Found: UNSORTED @ D.L. Moody


PBIBLXBIBLETRANSLATIONS.txt
Found: cebuano_ang_biblia_pinadayag@Matthew:1 @ TITLE: Cebuano Ang Biblia (Pinadayag Version) DESCRIPTION: Cebuano is the second most widely spoken native language of the Philippines. The complete Cebuano Bible was first published in 1917. This Bible is published today as the Ang Biblia, Cebuano by the Philippine Bible Society. Two separate versions are available: The 'Bugna' version contains the original New Testament from 1917. The 'Pinadayag' version contains a completely revised New Testament which follows a Critical Greek Text. Both versions share the same Old Testament text. The 'Pinadayag' designation is derived from the Cebuano name given to the book of Revelation. Converted from Online Bible. Comparison was made with the printed edition, resulting in some minor corrections. - Version 1.0.8 RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. PUBLISHER: LIA


PBIBLXBIBLETRANSLATIONS.txt
Found: dourh@Matthew:1 @ TITLE: Douay Rheims DESCRIPTION: The Douay Version is the foundation on which nearly all English Catholic versions are still based. RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain PUBLISHER: FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


PBIBLXBIBLETRANSLATIONS.txt
Found: lont@Matthew:1 @ TITLE: Living Oracles NT DESCRIPTION: Alexander Campbell's Living Oracles RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. PUBLISHER: FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


PBIBLXBIBLETRANSLATIONS.txt
Found: lsg@Matthew:1 @ TITLE: BROKEN LINK French Louis Segond DESCRIPTION: Bibeluebersetzung Louis Segond 1910 RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible ist found in the Public Domain PUBLISHER: FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


PBIBLXBIBLETRANSLATIONS.txt
Found: luther1912@Matthew:1 @ TITLE: Luther 1912 DESCRIPTION: Lutherbibel von 1912 RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. PUBLISHER: FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


PBIBLXBIBLETRANSLATIONS.txt
Found: mkjv@Matthew:1 @ TITLE: Modern KJV 1963 DESCRIPTION: Modern King James Version of the Holy Bible 1962 RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. PUBLISHER:


PBIBLXBIBLETRANSLATIONS.txt
Found: sf_textbibel_1906_nt_at@Matthew:1 @ TITLE: Textbibel DESCRIPTION: A.T: Emil Kautzsch (AT), *4.9.1841 Plauen (Sachsen),?7.5.1910 Halle, prot., Deutscher, ab 1875 Ehrenbürger von Basel. Sohn des Karl Friedrich, Lehrers und Pfarrers. ? 1866 Helene Michaelis. K. studierte 1859-63 Theologie und oriental. Sprachen in Leipzig (1863 Dr. phil., 1868 lic. theol.), wo er 1869 PD und 1871 ao. Professor wurde. Ab 1872 arbeitete er als o. Prof. für Altes Testament in Basel (hier auch Universitätsrektor). In Basel gehörte er ferner dem Kirchenrat an. 1880 wechselte er an die Univ. Tübingen, 1888 an die Univ. Halle. K. wirkte als Herausgeber einer wissenschaftlich kommentierten Übersetzung des Alten Testaments sowie der alttestamentl. Apokryphen und Pseudepigraphen. - N.T: Zu besonderer Freude gereicht es mir endlich, daß D. Weizsäcker (? 1899) behufs Herstellung einer Vollbibel die Beifügung seiner Übersetzung des Neuen Testaments (nach dem Manuscript der neunten Auflage) gestattet hat, in der die Aufgabe einer den heutigen Ansprüchen genügenden Verdeutschung lange vor unserer Bearbeitung des Alten Testaments zu allgemeiner Befriedigung gelöst war. E. Kautzsch. RIGTHS: We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain. PUBLISHER: 1906 Verlag von J.C.B.Mohr (Paul Siebeck) Tübingen


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: believe @ kjv@CONCORD:believe


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: believed @ kjv@CONCORD:believed


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: believers @ kjv@CONCORD:believers


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: believest @ kjv@CONCORD:believest


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: believeth @ kjv@CONCORD:believeth


KJVWORDCONCORDANCE.txt
Found: unbelievers @ kjv@CONCORD:unbelievers


PRAYINGTHEPSALMS.txt
Found: PrayingThePsalmsG @ Compiled "what is hoped/believed for" markup for PrayingThePsalms series.


BIBLEBOOKSUMMARY.txt
Found: nkjv@Ephesians:1 @ EPHESIANS - The Ephesian letter is one of Paul’s four "Imprisonment Letters" - Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon being the others. Although addressed to the church in Ephesus, this letter is generally believed to have been a circular discussing the believers’ exalted position through Christ, the Church as the body of Christ, her relationship to God, and practical implications of the Gospel.


BIBLEBOOKSUMMARY.txt
Found: nkjv@Hebrews:1 @ HEBREWS - Although tradition ascribed Hebrews to Paul, it is now generally believed to have been written by someone other than the Apostle, but certainly someone who was acquainted with Paul’s teaching. The Epistle portrays Jesus, who performed the perfect sacrifice for the sins of the world, as the great High Priest of the line of Melchizedek ( Genesis:14 ). The Bible’s only definition of faith occurs in this Epistle (Chap. Hebrews:11 ) and is followed by the "great line of splendor" of the men of faith.


BIBLEBOOKSUMMARY.txt
Found: nkjv@1Peter:1 @ 1PETER - The author describes himself as "Peter an apostle of Jesus Christ", and there is no overriding reason to doubt the truth of his claim, although the beautiful Greek style employed has led some scholars to believe that the actual writing may have been done by an associate (probably a secretary). The contents breathe the spirit of Peter. His speeches recorded in Acts indicate a similar attitude toward persecution and suffering. The letter here reflects a time of suffering and trial. No doubt the widespread persecution of the Christians by the Roman authorities was the occasion of the "fiery trial" ( kjv@1Peter:4:12 ). The writer admonishes his readers to a life of purity, of godly living, and exhorts them to steadfastness and faithfulness.


BIBLETRANSLATIONINDEX.csv
Found: dourh@Matthew:1,ENGLISH:, Douay Rheims, The Douay Version is the foundation on which nearly all English Catholic versions are still based., We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain, FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


BIBLETRANSLATIONINDEX.csv
Found: lont@Matthew:1,ENGLISH:, Living Oracles NT, Alexander Campbell's Living Oracles, We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain., FREE BIBLE SOFTWARE GROUP


BIBLETRANSLATIONINDEX.csv
Found: mkjv@Matthew:1,ENGLISH:, Modern KJV 1963, Modern King James Version of the Holy Bible 1962, We believe that this Bible is found in the Public Domain.,


ENGLISHTVSTREAM.csv
Found: BelieVe TV,rtmp://believetvlivefs.fplive.net/believetvlive-live/stream001