16 Confess you to each other the faults, and pray you on behalf of each other, so that you may be healed; greatly prevails a prayer of a just being operative.
James 5:16 Cross References - Diaglott
6 and were dipped into the Jordan by him, confessing the sins of them.
7 Ask, and it shall be given to you; and you shall find; knock and it shall be opened to you. 8 All for the asking receives; and the seeking finds; and to the knocking it shall be opened. 9 Or what is there of you a man, who if ask the son of him bread, not a stone will give to him? 10 or if a fish he asks, not a serpent will give to him? 11 If then you, bad ones being, know gifts good to give to the children of you, how much more the Father of you, that in the heavens, give good to those asking him?
15 If and should in error against thee the brother of thee, go, test him between thee and him alone. If thee he may hear thou hast won the brother of thee; 16 If but not he may hear, take with thee besides one or two; that by mouth two of witnesses or of three may be proved every word. 17 If and he should disregard them, tell thou to the congregation; if and also of the congregation he should disregard, let him be to thee as the Gentile and the tax-gather.
22 And all, whatever you shall ask in the prayer, believing you shall receive.
6 Coming forth and they traveled through the villages, publishing glad tidings and healing everywhere.
11 Which now of you the father shall ask the son bread, not a stone will give to him? or also a fish, not in place of a fish a serpent will give to him? 12 or also if he may ask an egg, not will give to him a scorpion? 13 If then you, evil being, know you gifts good to give to the children of you, how much more the Father that of heaven, will give a spirit holy to those asking him?
1 He spoke and also a parable to them, in order that ought always to pray, and not to be weary, 2 saying: A judge certain was in a certain city, the God not fearing, and man not regarding. 3 A widow and was in the city that; and she went to him, saying: Do justice me from the opponent of me. 4 And not he would for a time. Afterwards but these he said in himself: If even the God not I fear, and man not I regard; 5 through the to render to me trouble the window this, I will do justice her; that not to end coming she should pester me. 6 Said and the Lord: Hear you, what the judge the unjust says. 7 The and God not not will do the justice for the chosen ones of himself those crying to him day and night, and bearing long towards them? 8 I say to you, that he will do the justice for them in an instant. But the son of the man coming indeed will he find the faith on the earth?
31 We know but, that sinners the God not hears; but if any one a worshipper of God may be, and the will him may do, this he hears.
24 They and having heard, with one mind lifted up a voice to the God, and said: O Sovereign, thou the God, that having made the heaven and the earth and the sea, and all the things in them; 25 who through mouth of David a servant of thee having said: Why raged nations, and peoples devised vain things? 26 Stood up the kings of the earth, and the rulers were assembled in the same, against the Lord, and against the Anointed of him. 27 Were gathered for in truth in the city this against the holy servant of thee Jesus, whom thou didst anoint, Herod both and Pontius Pilate, with Gentiles and peoples of Israel, 28 to do what things the hand of thee and the will of thee before marked out to be done. 29 And now, O Lord, look thou upon the treats of them, and grant to the slaves of thee, with freedom all to speak the word of thee, 30 in the the hand of thee to stretch out thee for healing, and signs and prodigies to do through the name of the holy child of thee Jesus. 31 And having prayed of them was shaken the place, in which they were assembled; and they were filled all of a spirit holy, and spoke the word of the God with freedom.
38 Jesus that from Nazareth, how anointed him the God with spirit holy and power, who went about doing good and curing all those being oppressed by the accuser, because the God was with him;
5 The indeed therefore Peter was watched by the guard; prayer but was earnest was made by the congregation to the God in behalf of him. 6 When but was about him to bring before the Herod, in the night that was the Peter sleeping between two soldiers, having been bound with chains two, guards and before the door watching the prison. 7 And lo, a messenger of Lord stood by, and a light shone in the building; having struck and the side of the Peter, aroused him, saying: Arise in haste. And fell off of him the chains from the hands. 8 Said and the messenger to him: Grid thyself, and bind under the sandals of thee. He did and so. And he says to him: Throw around the mantle of thee, and follow me. 9 And having gone out he followed him, and not knew, that real it is that being done through the messenger, thought but a vision to see. 10 Passing through and first guard and second, they came to the gate the iron that leading into the city, which self-moved opened to them; and having gone out went forward street one, and immediately stood the messenger from him. 11 And the Peter having come in to himself, said: Now I know really, that sent forth Lord the messenger of himself, and delivered me out of hand of Herod, and all the expectation of the people of the Jews.
18 Many and of those having believed came confessing and declaring the deeds of them.
10 even as it has been written: That not is just not even one;
19 As for through the disobedience of the one man sinners were constituted the many; so also through the obedience of the one righteous person shall be constituted the many.
9 Because of this also we, from which day we heard, not we cease on behalf of you praying, and asking, that you may be filled the exact knowledge of the will of him in all wisdom and understanding spiritual;
17 Unceasingly pray you;
23 Himself but the God of the peace may sanctify you entirely; and whole of you the spirit and the life and the body blameless in the presence of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed may be preserved.
25 Brethren, pray you for us.
4 In faith more sacrifice Abel than Cain offered to the God, through which he was attested to be righteous, testifying on the gifts of him of the God; and through her having died yet speaks.
7 In faith being divinely Noah concerning the not yet things being seen, having been piously afraid built an ark for a preservation of the house of himself; through which he condemned the world, and of the according to faith righteousness became an heir.
13 and paths level do you make for the feet of you, so that not the lame may be turned out, may be healed but rather.
18 Pray you for us; we have confidence for, because a good conscience we have, in all things well wishing to conduct ourselves;
24 who the sins of us himself carried up in the body of himself to the tree, that to the sins having died, to the righteousness we may live; of whom by the scars of him you were healed.
22 and whatever we may ask, we receive from him, because the commandments of him we keep, and the things pleasing in presence of him we do.