Parallel Verses

An Understandable Version

Look at the physical nation of Israel; do not their people [i.e., the priests] who eat the [animal] sacrifices have fellowship [with God] in the Altar [service]?

New American Standard Bible

Look at the nation Israel; are not those who eat the sacrifices sharers in the altar?

King James Version

Behold Israel after the flesh: are not they which eat of the sacrifices partakers of the altar?

Holman Bible

Look at the people of Israel. Do not those who eat the sacrifices participate in what is offered on the altar?

International Standard Version

Look at the Israelis from a human point of view. Those who eat the sacrifices share in what is on the altar, don't they?

A Conservative Version

Look at Israel according to flesh. Those who eat the sacrifices, are they not partakers of the altar?

American Standard Version

Behold Israel after the flesh: have not they that eat the sacrifices communion with the altar?

Amplified

Consider the people of Israel; are those who eat the sacrifices not partners of the altar [united in their worship of the same God]? [Indeed they are.]

Anderson New Testament

Look at Israel according to the flesh: are not those who eat the sacrifices partakers with the altar?

Bible in Basic English

See Israel after the flesh: do not those who take as food the offerings of the altar take a part in the altar?

Common New Testament

Consider Israel after the flesh; are not those who eat the sacrifices partners in the altar?

Daniel Mace New Testament

consider the custom of the Jews by descent, are not they which eat of the sacrifices, partakers of the altar? what say I then?

Darby Translation

See Israel according to flesh: are not they who eat the sacrifices in communion with the altar?

Godbey New Testament

See Israel after the flesh: are not all eating the sacrifices communicants of the altar?

Goodspeed New Testament

Think of the Israelites' practices. Do not those who eat what is sacrificed have divine fellowship at the sacrificial altar?

John Wesley New Testament

Consider Israel after the flesh. Are not they who eat of the sacrifices, partakers of the altar?

Julia Smith Translation

See ye Israel according to the flesh: are not they eating the sacrifices mutual participators of the altar?

King James 2000

Behold Israel after the flesh: are not they who eat of the sacrifices partakers of the altar?

Lexham Expanded Bible

Consider Israel according to the flesh: are not the ones who eat the sacrifices sharers in the altar?

Modern King James verseion

Behold Israel after the flesh. Are not those who eat of the sacrifices also partakers of the altar?

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

Behold Israel which walketh carnally. Are not they which eat of the sacrifice, partakers of the altar?

Moffatt New Testament

Look at the rites of Israel. Do not those who eat the sacrifices participate in the altar?

Montgomery New Testament

Look at Israel according to the flesh; are not those who eat the sacrifices in communion with the altar?

NET Bible

Look at the people of Israel. Are not those who eat the sacrifices partners in the altar?

New Heart English Bible

Consider Israel according to the flesh. Do not those who eat the sacrifices participate in the altar?

Noyes New Testament

Look at Israel by natural descent. Have not those who eat of the sacrifices, communion with the altar?

Sawyer New Testament

Consider Israel after the flesh; are not those who eat the sacrifices partakers of the altar?

The Emphasized Bible

Be looking at Israel after the flesh: - are not, they who eat the sacrifices, joint partakers with the altar?

Thomas Haweis New Testament

Behold Israel after the flesh. Are not they who eat of the sacrifices partakers with the altar?

Twentieth Century New Testament

Look at the people of Israel. Do not those who eat the sacrifices share with the altar?

Webster

Behold Israel after the flesh: are not they who eat of the sacrifices, partakers of the altar?

Weymouth New Testament

Look at the Israelites--the nation and their ritual. Are not those who eat the sacrifices joint-partakers in the altar?

Williams New Testament

Look at the Israelites in their practices. Are not those who eat the sacrifices in spiritual fellowship with the altar?

World English Bible

Consider Israel according to the flesh. Don't those who eat the sacrifices participate in the altar?

Worrell New Testament

Behold Israel according to the flesh: are not those who eat the sacrifices partakers of the altar?

Worsley New Testament

Consider Israel according to the flesh, Are not they, that eat of the sacrifices, partakers of the altar?

Youngs Literal Translation

See Israel according to the flesh! are not those eating the sacrifices in the fellowship of the altar?

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
βλέπω 
Blepo 
Usage: 85

Ἰσραήλ 
Israel 
Usage: 57

κατά 
Kata 
according to, after, against, in, by, daily , as,
Usage: 428

the flesh
σάρξ 
Sarx 
Usage: 130

are
εἰσί 
Eisi 
are, be, were, have, not tr,
Usage: 97

not
οὐχί 
Ouchi 
not, nay, not, not so
Usage: 32


which, who, the things, the son,
Usage: 0

ἐσθίω 
Esthio 
Usage: 52

of the sacrifices
θυσία 
Thusia 
Usage: 26

κοινωνός 
Koinonos 
Usage: 9

References

Context Readings

Order At The Lord's Supper

17 Inasmuch as there is one loaf of bread that we all share, we who are many make up one body [of believers]. 18 Look at the physical nation of Israel; do not their people [i.e., the priests] who eat the [animal] sacrifices have fellowship [with God] in the Altar [service]? 19 So, what am I saying? That an animal sacrificed to idols is [really] anything, or that an idol [itself] is anything?



Cross References

Romans 4:1

What should we say then [about what] our forefather Abraham discovered?

Romans 4:1-5

What should we say then [about what] our forefather Abraham discovered?

Romans 4:1

What should we say then [about what] our forefather Abraham discovered?

Romans 4:1

What should we say then [about what] our forefather Abraham discovered?

Romans 4:1-17

What should we say then [about what] our forefather Abraham discovered?

Romans 4:1-16

What should we say then [about what] our forefather Abraham discovered?

Romans 4:1-13

What should we say then [about what] our forefather Abraham discovered?

Romans 1:3

It was about His Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, who was born as a physical descendant of King David.

Romans 4:12

And he also became the father of circumcised people [i.e., the Jews], who are not only circumcised, but who also follow the [same] example of faith [in God] which our forefather Abraham had before he was circumcised.

Romans 9:3-8

For I could wish that I, personally, were cut off from Christ [and lost] for the sake of my brothers, who are my physical relatives,

1 Corinthians 9:13

Do you not know that those who perform service in the Temple [are permitted to] eat food from the Temple? And those who serve at the Altar receive a share of what is sacrificed on the Altar?

2 Corinthians 11:18-22

Since many [other] people boast about worldly matters, I will boast about such things also.

Galatians 6:16

To all those people who live by this rule, may there be peace and mercy [from God] in their lives; that is, upon [those people who are truly] God's "Israel" [i.e., the church].

Ephesians 2:11-12

So, you Gentiles by birth should remember what you once were. You are called "Uncircumcision" by those who are called "Circumcision" [i.e., the Jews], (which refers to a physical procedure performed by people).

Philippians 3:3-5

For we [Christians] are the [true] circumcision [i.e., the real "Jews" in God's eyes. See Rom. 2:28-29]. We worship by means of God's Holy Spirit [i.e., are empowered and motivated by the Holy Spirit], and boast in [the person and work of] Christ Jesus, and [we] place no confidence in the flesh [i.e., in any outward ritual or status for salvation].

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