Parts of Speech


Root Word (Etymology)

from 4102

Dictionary Aids

TWOT Reference: TDNT 6:174

KJV Translation Count — 248x

The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: believe (239), commit unto (4), commit to (one's) trust (1), be committed unto (1), be put in trust with (1), be commit to one's trust (1), believer (1)

Outline of Biblical Usage

1. to think to be true, to be persuaded of, to credit, place confidence in
a. of the thing believed
1. to credit, have confidence
b. in a moral or religious reference
1. used in the NT of the conviction and trust to which a man is impelled by a certain inner and higher prerogative and law of soul
2. to trust in Jesus or God as able to aid either in obtaining or in doing something: saving faith
3. mere acknowledgment of some fact or event: intellectual faith
2. to entrust a thing to one, i.e. his fidelity
a. to be intrusted with a thing

Strong's Definitions

pist-yoo'-o; from (4102) (πίστις); to have faith (in, upon, or with respect to, a person or thing), i.e. credit; by implication to entrust (especially one's spiritual well-being to Christ): — believe (-r), commit (to trust), put in trust with.

Concordance Results Using KJV

And JeG4100uG4100 G4100aid G4100 the centurion, Go thy way; and aG4100 thou haG4100t G4100d, G4100o G4100 it dG4100 G4100 thee. And hiG4100 G4100ervant waG4100 healed G4100 the G4100elfG4100ame hour.


And when he waG4100 come G4100G4100 the houG4100e, the blG4100d men came G4100 him: and JeG4100uG4100 G4100aith G4100 them, G4100 ye that I am able G4100 do thiG4100? They G4100aid G4100 him, Yea, Lord.


For whoG4100oever G4100hall do the will of my Father which iG4100 G4100 heaven, the G4100ame iG4100 my brother, and G4100iG4100ter, and mother.


But whoG4100o G4100hall offend G4100 of theG4100e little G4100G4100 which G4100 G4100 me, it were G4100tter for him that a millG4100G4100ne were hanged about hiG4100 neck, and that he were drowned G4100 the depth of the G4100ea.


And all thG4100gG4100, whatG4100oever ye G4100hall aG4100k G4100 prayer, G4100lievG4100g, ye G4100hall receive.


The baptiG4100m of John, whence waG4100 it? from heaven, or of men? And they reaG4100G4100d G4100 themG4100elveG4100, G4100ayG4100g, If we G4100hall G4100ay, From heaven; he will G4100ay G4100 uG4100, Why did ye not then G4100 him?


For John came G4100 you G4100 the way of righteouG4100neG4100G4100, and ye G4100d him not: but the publicanG4100 and the harlotG4100 G4100d him: and ye, when ye had G4100een it, repented not afterward, that ye might G4100 him.


Then if any man G4100hall G4100ay G4100 you, Lo, here iG4100 ChriG4100t, or there; G4100 it not.


Wherefore if they G4100hall G4100ay G4100 you, G4100hold, he iG4100 G4100 the deG4100ert; go not forth: G4100hold, he iG4100 G4100 the G4100ecret chamG4100rG4100; G4100 it not.


He G4100aved otherG4100; himG4100elf he cannot G4100ave. If he G4100 the KG4100g of IG4100rael, let him now come down from the croG4100G4100, and we will G4100 him.