Search results for: greater is he

  • 1 Yochanan (1 Jo) 4:4 (CJB)

    You, children, are from God and have overcome the false prophets, because he who is in you is greater than he who is in the world.

  • Luke (Luk) 7:28 (CJB)

    I tell you that among those born of women there has not arisen anyone greater than Yochanan the Immerser! Yet the one who is least in the Kingdom of Heaven is greater than he!”

  • Mattityahu (Mat) 11:11 (CJB)

    Yes! I tell you that among those born of women there has not arisen anyone greater than Yochanan the Immerser! Yet the one who is least in the Kingdom of Heaven is greater than he!

  • Ya'akov (Jas) 4:6 (CJB)

    But the grace he gives is greater, which is why it says, “God opposes the arrogant, but to the humble he gives grace.”

  • Divrei-HamYamim Bet (2 Ch) 2:4 (CJB)

    The house I will build will be great, because our God is greater than all gods.

  • Sh'mot (Exo) 18:11 (CJB)

    Now I know that Adonai is greater than all other gods, because he rescued those who were treated so arrogantly.”

  • 1 Yochanan (1 Jo) 3:20 (CJB)

    if our hearts know something against us, God is greater than our hearts, and he knows everything.

  • Luke (Luk) 22:27 (CJB)

    For who is greater? The one reclining at the table? or the one who serves? It’s the one reclining at the table, isn’t it? But I myself am among you like one who serves.

  • Divrei-HamYamim Bet (2 Ch) 32:7 (CJB)

    “Be strong! Take courage! Don’t be afraid or distressed on account of the king of Ashur or all the horde he brings with him. For the One with us is greater than the one with him —

  • Tehillim (Psa) 95:3 (CJB)

    For Adonai is a great God, a great king greater than all gods.

  • M'lakhim Bet (2 Ki) 2:3 (CJB)

    The guild prophets of Beit-El came out to Elisha and said to him, “Do you know that Adonai is taking your master away from you today?” “Yes, I know,” he answered; “say no more.”

  • M'lakhim Bet (2 Ki) 2:5 (CJB)

    The guild prophets of Yericho approached Elisha and said to him, “Do you know that Adonai is taking your master away from you today?” “Yes, I know,” he answered; “say no more.”

  • M'lakhim Bet (2 Ki) 2:14 (CJB)

    he took the cloak that had fallen off Eliyahu, struck the water and said, “Where is Adonai, the God of Eliyahu?” But when he actually did strike the water, it divided itself to the left and to the right; then Elisha crossed over.

  • Messianic Jews (Heb) 11:4 (CJB)

    By trusting, Hevel offered a greater sacrifice than Kayin; because of this, he was attested as righteous, with God giving him this testimony on the ground of his gifts. Through having trusted, he still continues to speak, even though he is dead.

  • 2 Corinthians (2 Co) 7:15 (CJB)

    And his affection for you is all the greater as he remembers how ready you were to obey and how you received him with reverence and respect.

  • Yochanan (Jhn) 19:11 (CJB)

    Yeshua answered, “You would have no power over me if it hadn’t been given to you from above; this is why the one who handed me over to you is guilty of a greater sin.”

  • 2 Corinthians (2 Co) 7:13 (CJB)

    This is the reason we have been encouraged. Besides our own encouragement, we had the even greater joy of seeing how happy Titus was, because all of you set his mind at rest.

  • Romans (Rom) 11:12 (CJB)

    Moreover, if their stumbling is bringing riches to the world — that is, if Isra’el’s being placed temporarily in a condition less favored than that of the Gentiles is bringing riches to the latter — how much greater riches will Isra’el in its fullness bring them!

  • D'varim (Deu) 4:38 (CJB)

    in order to drive out ahead of you nations greater and stronger than you, so that he could bring you in and give you their land as an inheritance, as is the case today;

  • Rut (Rut) 3:10 (CJB)

    He said, “May Adonai bless you, my daughter. Your latest kindness is even greater than your first, in that you didn’t go after the young men, neither the rich ones nor the poor.

  • Dani'el (Dan) 11:36 (CJB)

    “The king will do as he pleases. He will exalt himself and consider himself greater than any god, and he will utter monstrous blasphemies against the God of gods. He will prosper only until the period of wrath is over, for what has been determined must take place.