1 To the Chief Musician. A Melody of David. 2 Day, unto day, doth pour forth speech, and, night, unto night, doth breathe out knowledge. 3 There is no speech, and there are no words,—Unheard is their voice! 4 [Yet] through all the earth, hath gone forth their voice,—and, to the end of the world, their sayings,—For the sun, hath he set up a tent therein; 5 And, he, is like a bridegroom coming out of his chamber, he rejoiceth as a hero to run a race: 6 From one end of the heavens, is his going forth, and, his circuit, to the other end thereof—and, nothing, is hid from his glowing heat. 7 The, law of Yahweh, is complete, Bringing back the soul, The, testimony of Yahweh, is confirmed, Making wise the simple; 8 The precepts of Yahweh, are right, Rejoicing the heart, The, commandment of Yahweh, is pure, Enlightening the eyes; 9 The, reverence of Yahweh, is clean, Enduring evermore,—The, decisions of Yahweh, are faithful, They are righteous, altogether: 10 More desirable, than gold, yea than much fine gold, Sweeter, also than honey, or than droppings from the comb. 11 Even thine own servant, taketh warning by them, In the keeping of them, great is the reward. 12 Mistakes, who perceiveth? From things that are hidden, acquit me: 13 Even from the presumptuous, keep back thy servant, May they not have dominion over me, Then, shall I be blameless, and shall be acquitted from great transgression: 14 The words of my mouth, and the soft utterance of my heart, shall come with acceptance, before thee, O Yahweh, my Rock and my Redeemer!
Bible verses about "wholeness" | Rotherham
1 And it came to pass, in due course, that he was passing through, city by city and village by village, proclaiming, and delivering the glad-message of the kingdom of God,—and, the twelve, were with him; 2 and certain women, who had been cured from evil spirits and infirmities,—Mary, the one called Magdalene, from whom seven demons had gone forth, 3 and Joana, wife of Chuza steward of Herod, and Susanna, and many others,—who indeed were ministering unto them out of their possessions. 4 And, seeing that a great multitude were coming together, and they who from every city were journeying forth unto him, he spake through means of a parable:— 5 The sower went forth to sow his seed,—and, as he sowed, some, indeed, fell beside the pathway, and was trodden down; and, the birds of heaven, devoured it. 6 And, other, fell down upon the rock; and, growing, was withered, because it had not moisture. 7 And, other, fell and thorns; and, growing together, the thorns, choked it.
17 Signs, moreover, shall follow, them who have believed,—these:—In my name, shall they cast, demons, out, with tongues, shall they speak,—[and, in their hands,] they shall take up, serpents; 18 And, if, any deadly thing, they have drunk, in nowise, shall it, hurt, them: Upon sick persons, shall they lay, hands, and, well, shall they remain.
8 And, other, fell into good ground; and, growing, brought forth fruit, a hundredfold. These things, saying, he went on to cry aloud—He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. 9 But his disciples began to question him—What might, this very, parable be? 10 And, he, said—Unto you, hath it been given, to get to know the sacred secrets of the kingdom of God; but, unto the rest, in parables,—in order that, seeing, they may not see, and, hearing, they may not understand. 11 Now the parable, is this—The seed, is, the word of God. 12 And, those beside the pathway, are they who have heard; afterwards, cometh the adversary, and catcheth away the word from their heart, lest, believing, they should, be saved. 13 And, those upon the rock, are they who, as soon as they hear, with joy, welcome the word; and, these, not having, root, are they who, for a season, believe,—and, in a season of testing, draw back. 14 And, that which in among the thorns fell, these, are they who have heard; and, by anxieties and wealth and pleasures of life being borne along, are choked up, and bear not to perfection. 15 But, that in the good ground, these, are they who, indeed, in a noble and good heart having heard the word, hold fast, and bear fruit with endurance. 16 And, no one having lit a lamp, covereth it up with a vessel, or, beneath a couch, putteth it; but, upon a lamp-stand, putteth it, that, they who come in, may see the light. 17 For there is no secret, which shall not be made, manifest; neither a hidden thing, which shall in anywise not be made known, or not come, where it can be seen. 18 Be taking heed therefore how ye hear; for, whosoever shall have, it shall be given unto him; and, whosoever shall not have, even what he seemeth to have, shall be taken from him. 19 And his mother and brethren came near unto him, and were unable to reach him, because of the multitude. 20 And it was reported to him—Thy mother and thy brethren, are standing outside, desiring, to see, thee. 21 But, he, answering, said unto them—My mother and my brethren, are, these—they who, the word of God, are hearing and doing. 22 And it came to pass, on one of the days, that, he, entered into a boat, and his disciples; and he said unto them—Let us pass over unto the other side of the lake. And they set sail. 23 Now, as they were sailing, he fell asleep. And there came down a hurricane of wind upon the lake, and they began to be filled, and to be in peril. 24 And, coming near, they roused him up, saying—Master! Master! we perish! And, he, roused up, rebuked the wind, and the surging of the water; and they ceased, and it became a calm. 25 And he said unto them—Where was your faith? But, struck with fear, they marvelled, saying one to another—Who then is, this,—that, even unto the winds, he giveth orders, and unto the water, and they hearken unto him. 26 And they sailed down into the country of the Gerasenes, the which is over against Galilee. 27 And, when he went forth upon the land, there met him a certain man, out of the city, having demons; and, for a considerable time, he had put on no garment, and, in a house, would not abide, but among the tombs. 28 But, seeing Jesus, he cried out aloud, and fell down before him, and, with a loud voice, said—What have I in common with thee, O Jesus, Son of [God] the Most High? I beg of thee—Do not torment me!— 29 for he was about to charge the impure spirit to come out from the man. For, many times, had it snatched him away; and he used to be bound with chains and fetters, for a safe-guard, and was wont to break in pieces the bonds, and to be driven by the demon into the deserts. 30 And Jesus questioned him—What name hast thou? And, he, said—Legion! because many demons had entered into him. 31 And they were beseeching him that he would not order them, into the abyss, to depart. 32 Now there was there, a herd of a good many swine, feeding in the mountain; and they besought him, that he would suffer them, into those, to enter; and he suffered them. 33 And the demons, going forth from the man entered into the swine; and the herd rushed down the cliff, into the lake, and were choked. 34 And they who had been feeding them, seeing what had happened, fled, and carried tidings into the city, and into the country-places. 35 And they went forth to see what had happened; and came unto Jesus, and found the man from whom the demons had gone forth, sitting, clothed, and of sound mind, near the feet of Jesus,—and they were struck with fear. 36 And they who had seen it, reported unto them, how the demonized man was saved. 37 And one and all of the throng of the surrounding country of the Gerasenes, requested him, to depart from them; because, with a great fear, were they oppressed. And, he, entering into a boat, returned. 38 And the man from whom the demons had gone forth, began to beg of him, that he might be with him; but he dismissed him, saying— 39 Be returning unto thy house, and telling forth what great things, God, for thee, hath done. And he departed, through all the city, proclaiming what great things, Jesus, had done for him. 40 Now, when Jesus returned, the multitude welcomed him back, for they were all expecting him. 41 And lo! there came a man, whose name was Jairus, and, the same, was, a ruler of the synagogue,—and, falling down near the feet of Jesus, he began beseeching him to enter into his house; 42 because he had, an only-begotten daughter, about twelve years old, and, she, was dying. Now, as he withdrew, the multitudes, were hemming him in. 43 And, a woman, with a flow of blood of twelve years standing, who indeed could, from no one, be cured, 44 coming near behind, touched the fringe of his mantle; and, instantly, was stayed the flow of her blood. 45 And Jesus said—Who, is it that touched me? And, when all were denying, Peter said—Master! the multitudes, are hemming thee in, and pressing along. 46 But, Jesus, said—Some one touched me, for, I, took note of power, gone out from me. 47 And, the woman seeing that she had not escaped notice, trembling, came, and, falling down before him, reported before all the people, for what cause she had touched him, and how she was healed instantly! 48 And, he, said to her—Daughter! thy faith, hath saved thee: Go thy way into peace. 49 While yet he is speaking, there cometh one from the synagogue ruler’s, saying—Thy daughter, is dead: No further, be troubling the teacher. 50 But, Jesus, hearing, answered him—Do not fear! Only believe, and she shall be saved. 51 And, when he came into the house, he suffered no one to enter with him, save Peter and John and James, and the father of the girl, and the mother. 52 And they were all weeping, and beating themselves, for her. And he said—Be not weeping; for she died not, but is sleeping. 53 And they were deriding him, knowing that she died. 54 But, he, grasping her hand, called aloud, saying—O girl! arise! 55 And her spirit returned, and she rose up instantly, and he ordered that something should be given her to eat. 56 And her parents were beside themselves. But, he, charged them to tell, no one, what had happened.
3 Unceasingly, remembering—your work of faith and labour of love and endurance of hope, of our Lord Jesus Christ, before our God and Father: 4 Knowing, brethren beloved by God, your election,— 5 How that, our glad-message, came not unto you, in word only, but also in power, and in Holy Spirit, and in much assurance,—even as ye know what manner of men we became unto you, for your sake; 6 And, ye, became, imitators of us, and of the Lord, giving welcome unto the word, in much tribulation, with joy of Holy Spirit; 7 So that ye became an ensample unto all who were coming to the faith, in Macedonia and in Achaia: 8 From you, in fact, hath sounded forth the word of the Lord—not only m Macedonia and in Achaia, but, in every place, your faith which is toward God, hath gone forth, so that, no need, have we to be saying anything; 9 For, they themselves, concerning us, do tell—what manner of entrance we had unto you, and how ye turned unto God from the idols—to be serving a living and true God,
1 And I saw a new heaven and a new earth; for, the first heaven and the first earth, have passed away, and, the sea, is no more. 2 And, the holy city, new Jerusalem, saw I coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. 3 And I heard a loud voice out of the throne, saying—Lo! the tent of God, is with men, and he will tabernacle with them, and, they, shall be, his peoples, and, he, shall be, God with them; 4 And he will wipe away every tear out of their eyes,—and, death, shall be no more, and grief and outcry and pain shall be no more: the first things, have passed away. 5 And he that was sitting upon the throne said— Lo! I make all things, new. And he saith—Write! because, these words, are, faithful and true. 6 And he said unto me—Accomplished! I, am the A, and the Z, the Beginning and the End: I, unto him that is thirsting, will give of the fountain of the water of life, freely: 7 He that overcometh, shall inherit these things,—And I will be, to him, a God, and, he, shall be, to me, a son; 8 But, as for the timid, and disbelieving, and abominable, and murderers, and fornicators, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all the false, their part, is in the lake that burneth with fire and brimstone,—which is the second death. 9 And there came one of the seven messengers which had the seven bowls, that were full of the seven last plagues, and spake with me, saying— Hither! I will point out to thee the bride, the wife of the Lamb. 10 And he carried me away, in spirit, unto a mountain great and high, and pointed out to me the holy city, Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God; 11 having the glory of God,—her lustre, like unto a stone most precious, as a jasper stone, shining as crystal; 12 having a wall great and high, having twelve gates, and, at the gates, twelve messengers, and names inscribed, which are [the names] of the twelve tribes of the sons of Israel,— 13 on the east, three gates, and, on the north, three gates, and, on the south, three gates, and, on the west, three gates; 14 and, the wall of the city, having twelve foundations, and, upon them, twelve names of the twelve apostles of the Lamb. 15 And, he that was talking with me, had, for a measure, a reed of gold, that he might measure the city, and the gates thereof, and the wall thereof. 16 And, the city, four-square, lieth, and, the length thereof, is as great as the breadth. And he measured the city, with the reed,—twelve thousand furlongs: the length, and the breadth, and the height thereof, are, equal. 17 And he measured the wall thereof,—a hundred and forty-four cubits: the measure of a man, which is [the measure] of a messenger. 18 And, the structure of the wall thereof, was jasper, and, the city, was pure gold, like unto pure glass. 19 The foundations of the wall of the city, with every precious stone were adorned: the first foundation, was jasper, the second, sapphire, the third, chalcedony, the fourth, emerald, 20 the fifth, sardonyx, the sixth, sardius, the seventh, chrysolite, the eighth, beryl, the ninth, topaz, the tenth, chrysoprase, the eleventh, hyacinth, the twelfth, amethyst; 21 and, the twelve gates, were twelve pearls,—each one of the gates, severally, was of one pearl; and, the broadway of the city, was pure gold, as transparent glass. 22 And, sanctuary, saw I none therein; for, the Lord, God, the Almighty, is the sanctuary thereof, and the Lamb. 23 And, the city, hath no need of the sun, nor of the moon, that they should shine therein; for, the glory of God, illumined it, and, the lamp thereof, was the Lamb. 24 And the nations, shall walk, through her light; and, the kings of the earth, do bring their glory into it, 25 and, the gates thereof, shall in nowise be shut, by day,—night, in fact, shall not be there,— 26 and they shall bring the glory and the honour of the nations into it. 27 And in nowise shall there enter into it, anything common, or he that doeth abomination and falsehood,—but only they who are written in the Lamb’s book of life.
1 And he pointed out to me a river of water of life, bright as crystal, issuing forth out of the throne of God and of the Lamb, 2 in the midst of the broadway thereof. And, on this side of the river and on that, was a tree of life, bearing twelve crops of fruit, every several month, yielding its fruit; and, the leaves of the tree, were for the healing of the nations, 3 And, no curse, shall there be, any more; and, the throne of God and of the Lamb, shall be, therein,—and his servants will render divine service unto him, 4 and they shall see his face, and, his name, [shall be] upon their foreheads. 5 And, night, shall be, no more; and they have no need of the light of a lamp or the light of a sun, because, the Lord, God, will give them light,—and they shall reign unto the ages of ages. 6 And he said unto me—-These words, are faithful and true; and, the Lord, the God of the spirits of the prophets, hath sent his messenger, to point out, unto his servants, the things which must needs come to pass with speed. 7 And—Lo! I come speedily! Happy, is he that keepeth the words of the prophecy of this scroll. 8 And, I, John, am he that was hearing and seeing these things; and, when I had heard and seen, I fell down to do homage at the feet of the messenger who had been pointing out unto me these things,— 9 and he saith unto me—See [thou do it] not! A fellow-servant, am I, of thee, and of thy brethren the prophets, and of them who keep the words of this scroll: unto God, do homage. 10 And he saith unto me—Do not seal up the words of the prophecy of this scroll, for, the season, is, near: 11 He that is doing unjustly, let him do unjustly, still, and, he that is filthy, let him be made filthy, still; and, he that is righteous, let him do righteousness, still, and, he that is holy, let him be hallowed, still:— 12 Lo! I come speedily, and my reward is with me, to render unto each one as, his, work is. 13 I, am the A and the Z, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. 14 Happy, they who are washing their robes, that their right may be unto the tree of life and, by the gates, they may enter into the city. 15 Outside, are the dogs, and the sorcerers, and the unchaste, and the murderers, and the idolaters, and every one loving and doing falsehood. 16 I, Jesus, have sent my messenger, to bear witness unto you of these things, for the assemblies. I, am the Root and the Offspring of David, the bright and the morning Star. 17 And, the Spirit and the Bride, say—Come! and, he that heareth, let him say—Come! and, he that is athirst, let him come,—he that will, let him take of the water of life, freely. 18 I, bear witness, unto every one that heareth the words of the prophecy of this scroll:—If anyone shall lay aught upon them, God, will lay upon him, the plagues which are written in this scroll; 19 And, if anyone shall take away from the words of this prophetic scroll, God, will take away his part,—from the tree of life, and out of the holy city,—[from] the things written in this scroll. 20 He that beareth witness of these things, saith—Yea! I come, speedily. Amen! come, Lord Jesus! 21 The favour of the Lord Jesus [Christ] be with the saints.
11 Yahweh, will give, strength to his people,—Yahweh, will bless his people with prosperity.
17 For I will put a bandage upon thee, And from thy wounds, will I heal thee Declareth Yahweh,—Because An outcast, they called thee, ‘Tis, Zion! who hath none to ask for her welfare,
1 And, calling near his twelve disciples, he gave them authority over impure spirits,—so as to be casting them out, and curing every disease and every infirmity.
12 Verily, verily, I say unto you—He that believeth on me, the works which, I, am doing, he also, shall do; and, greater than these, shall he do, because, I, unto the Father, am going,—
17 And, he, is before all, and, they all, in him, hold together;
10 Howbeit, the God of all favour—who hath called you unto his age-abiding glory in Christ—when, for a little, ye have suffered, Himself, will adjust, confirm, strengthen:—
20 He sendeth his word, and healeth them, and delivereth them from their graves.
25 He that loveth his life, loseth it; but, he that hateth his life, in this world, unto life age-abiding, shall guard it.
1 I beseech you therefore, brethren, through the compassions of God, to present your bodies a living, holy sacrifice, unto God acceptable,—your rational divine service;
13 I have might, for all things, in him that empowereth me.
13 Howbeit, as soon as, he, hath come—The Spirit of truth, he will guide you into all truth; for he will not speak from himself, but, whatsoever he heareth, he will speak, and, the coming things, will he announce unto you.
17 Every good giving, and every perfect gift, is, from above, coming down from the Father of lights—with whom is no alternation, nor shadow cast, by turning:
10 The thief, cometh not, save that he may thieve and slay and destroy: I, came, that, life, they might have, and, above measure, might have.
1 James, a servant, of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ,—unto the twelve tribes that are in the dispersion, Wishes joy. 2 All Joy, account it, my brethren, whensoever ye fall in with, manifold, temptations,— 3 Taking note, that, the proving of your faith, worketh out endurance; 4 But let, your endurance, have, mature work, that ye may be mature and complete, in nothing, coming short. 5 But, if any of you is sinning short of wisdom, let him be asking of God, Who giveth unto all freely and upbraideth not, and it shall be given him; 6 But let him be asking in faith, nothing, doubting, for, he that doubteth, is like a wave of the sea, wind-driven and storm-tossed,— 7 For let not that man think that he shall receive anything from the Lord— 8 A two-souled man, unstable in all his ways. 9 But boasting be the lowly brother in his uplifting; 10 Whereas the rich, in his being brought low,—because, as a flower of grass, he will pass away; 11 For the sun hath sprung up, with it scorching heat, and hath withered the grass, and, the flower thereof, hath fallen out, and, the beauty of the face thereof, hath perished,—so, also the rich, in his goings, shall languish. 12 Happy the man who endureth temptation! Because, becoming approved, he shall receive the crown of life—which he hath promised unto them that love him. 13 Let, no one, while tempted, be saying—From God, am I tempted,—for, God, cannot be tempted by things evil, and, himself, tempteth no one; 14 But, each one, is tempted, when, by his own coveting, he is drawn out and enticed, 15 Then, the coveting, having conceived, giveth birth to sin, and, the sin, when full-grown, bringeth forth death. 16 Be not deceived, my brethren beloved:— 17 Every good giving, and every perfect gift, is, from above, coming down from the Father of lights—with whom is no alternation, nor shadow cast, by turning: 18 Because he was so minded, he hath brought us forth with a word of truth, to the end we should be a sort of firstfruit of his creatures 19 Ye know, my brethren beloved,—but let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger, 20 For, man’s anger, worketh not, God’s righteousness. 21 Wherefore, putting away all filthiness and overflow of baseness, in meekness, welcome ye the word fitted for inward growth, which is able to save your souls: 22 Become ye doers of the word, and not hearers only—reasoning yourselves astray; 23 Because, if any is, a word-hearer, and not a doer, the same, is like unto a man observing his natural face in a mirror,— 24 For he observed himself, and is gone away, and, straightway, it hath escaped him,—what manner of man, he was! 25 But, he that hath obtained a nearer view into the perfect law of liberty, and hath taken up his abode by it, becoming—not a forgetful hearer, but a work doer, the same, happy in his doing, shall be. 26 If any thinketh he is observant of religion, not curbing his own tongue, but deceiving his own heart, this one’s, religious observance is, vain: 27 Religious observance, pure and undefiled with our God and Father, is, this—to be visiting orphans and widows in their affliction, unspotted, to keep, himself, from the world.