Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible



So they gave unto Jacob all the gods of the alien which were in their hand, and the earrings which were in their ears, - and Jacob hid them under the oak, which was by Shechem.

And when the people heard these evil tidings, they afflicted themselves, - and they put not, any man, his ornaments upon him.





Ye children, be obedient unto your parents in the Lord, for this is right: Honour thy father and thy mother, - which indeed is the first commandment with promise, That it may come to be, well with thee, and thou shalt be long-lived upon the land. read more.
And ye fathers, be not provoking your children to anger, but be nourishing them up in the discipline and admonition of the Lord. Ye servants, be obedient unto them who, after the flesh, are your masters, with fear and trembling, in singleness of your heart, as unto the Christ; Not by way of eye-service as man-pleasers, but as servants of Christ, doing the will of God, from the soul, with good will, rendering service - as unto the Lord, and not unto men; Knowing that, each one, whatsoever he may do that is good, the same, shall he receive back from the Lord, whether bond or free.

In like manner, ye wives, - submitting yourselves unto your own husbands; in order that, if any are not yielding unto the word, through their wives behaviour, they may, without the word, be won, Having been permitted to behold your reverently chaste behaviour, - Whose adorning, let it be - not the outward, of plaiting the hair and wearing golden ornaments, or putting on of apparel, read more.
But the hidden character, of the heart, - in the incorruptible ornament of the quiet, and meek, spirit, which is, in presence of God, of great price. For, so, at one time, the holy women also, who directed their hope towards God, used to adorn themselves, being in submission unto their own husbands: As, Sarah, was obedient unto Abraham, calling him, lord, - whose children ye have become - so long as ye are doing good, and not bringing yourselves into fear of any single cause of alarm. Ye husbands, in like manner, dwelling with them according to knowledge, - as unto a weaker vessel, unto the female vessel , assigning honour, as joint - inheritors also of life's favour, - to the end that unhindered may be, your prayers.


And, about clothing, why are ye anxious? Consider well the lilies of the field, how they grow, - they toil not neither do they spin; And yet, I say unto you, not even Solomon, in all his glory, was arrayed like, one of these!

Because haughty are the daughters of Zion, And they walk with neck thrown back, and wanton eyes, - Tripping along as they go, And with their feet, making, a tinkling sound,

In that day, will My Lord remove the finery - of the anklets, and the little suns and the little moons; the pendants and the bracelets and the veils; the chaplets and the armlets and the girdles, and the scent-cases, and the amulets; read more.
the rings and the nose-jewels; the robes, and the over-tunics, and the cloaks and the purses; and the mirrors and the linen wraps, and the tiaras and the cloaks. And it shall come to pass - That instead of fragrance, a putrid odour, shall be, And instead of a girdle, an encircling rope, And instead of braided hair, baldness, And instead of a festal robe, a girding of sackcloth, Branding instead of beauty:

Whose adorning, let it be - not the outward, of plaiting the hair and wearing golden ornaments, or putting on of apparel, But the hidden character, of the heart, - in the incorruptible ornament of the quiet, and meek, spirit, which is, in presence of God, of great price.



In the same way, that, the women, in seemly attire, with modesty and sober-mindedness, be adorning themselves, - not with plaitings and ornamentation of gold, or with pearls, or with costly apparel, - But, which becometh women promising godliness, through means of good works.




and standing behind, near his feet, weeping, with the tears, began she to be wetting his feet, and, with the hair of her head, was wiping off the tears , and was tenderly kissing his feet, and anointing them with the perfume.


And it shall come to pass - That instead of fragrance, a putrid odour, shall be, And instead of a girdle, an encircling rope, And instead of braided hair, baldness, And instead of a festal robe, a girding of sackcloth, Branding instead of beauty:

In the same way, that, the women, in seemly attire, with modesty and sober-mindedness, be adorning themselves, - not with plaitings and ornamentation of gold, or with pearls, or with costly apparel, -

But, every woman, praying, or prophesying, with her head, unveiled, putteth to shame her head, - for it is, one and the same, with her having been shaven. For, if a woman doth not veil herself, let her also be shorn; but, if it were a shame in a woman to be shorn or shaven, let her be veiled.





In the same way, that, the women, in seemly attire, with modesty and sober-mindedness, be adorning themselves, - not with plaitings and ornamentation of gold, or with pearls, or with costly apparel, -


So they gave unto Jacob all the gods of the alien which were in their hand, and the earrings which were in their ears, - and Jacob hid them under the oak, which was by Shechem.

And when the people heard these evil tidings, they afflicted themselves, - and they put not, any man, his ornaments upon him.





Now, concerning the things whereof ye wrote, it were, good, for a man, not to touch, a woman; But, on account of fornications, let, each man, have, his own wife, and, each woman, have, her own husband: Unto the wife, let the husband render what is her due, and, in like manner, the wife also, unto the husband, -

In like manner, ye wives, - submitting yourselves unto your own husbands; in order that, if any are not yielding unto the word, through their wives behaviour, they may, without the word, be won, Having been permitted to behold your reverently chaste behaviour, - Whose adorning, let it be - not the outward, of plaiting the hair and wearing golden ornaments, or putting on of apparel, read more.
But the hidden character, of the heart, - in the incorruptible ornament of the quiet, and meek, spirit, which is, in presence of God, of great price. For, so, at one time, the holy women also, who directed their hope towards God, used to adorn themselves, being in submission unto their own husbands: As, Sarah, was obedient unto Abraham, calling him, lord, - whose children ye have become - so long as ye are doing good, and not bringing yourselves into fear of any single cause of alarm.


So they gave unto Jacob all the gods of the alien which were in their hand, and the earrings which were in their ears, - and Jacob hid them under the oak, which was by Shechem.

And when the people heard these evil tidings, they afflicted themselves, - and they put not, any man, his ornaments upon him.




THEYWho is this, that looketh forth like the dawn, beautiful as the moon, pure as the sun, majestic as bannered hosts?

Then went forth thy fame among the nations. for thy beauty,- Foe perfect, it was - in my splendour which I had put upon thee, Declareth My Lord, Yahweh.


Whose adorning, let it be - not the outward, of plaiting the hair and wearing golden ornaments, or putting on of apparel, But the hidden character, of the heart, - in the incorruptible ornament of the quiet, and meek, spirit, which is, in presence of God, of great price.




In the same way, that, the women, in seemly attire, with modesty and sober-mindedness, be adorning themselves, - not with plaitings and ornamentation of gold, or with pearls, or with costly apparel, -


And, about clothing, why are ye anxious? Consider well the lilies of the field, how they grow, - they toil not neither do they spin; And yet, I say unto you, not even Solomon, in all his glory, was arrayed like, one of these!

Because haughty are the daughters of Zion, And they walk with neck thrown back, and wanton eyes, - Tripping along as they go, And with their feet, making, a tinkling sound,

In that day, will My Lord remove the finery - of the anklets, and the little suns and the little moons; the pendants and the bracelets and the veils; the chaplets and the armlets and the girdles, and the scent-cases, and the amulets; read more.
the rings and the nose-jewels; the robes, and the over-tunics, and the cloaks and the purses; and the mirrors and the linen wraps, and the tiaras and the cloaks. And it shall come to pass - That instead of fragrance, a putrid odour, shall be, And instead of a girdle, an encircling rope, And instead of braided hair, baldness, And instead of a festal robe, a girding of sackcloth, Branding instead of beauty:

Whose adorning, let it be - not the outward, of plaiting the hair and wearing golden ornaments, or putting on of apparel, But the hidden character, of the heart, - in the incorruptible ornament of the quiet, and meek, spirit, which is, in presence of God, of great price.


Whose adorning, let it be - not the outward, of plaiting the hair and wearing golden ornaments, or putting on of apparel, But the hidden character, of the heart, - in the incorruptible ornament of the quiet, and meek, spirit, which is, in presence of God, of great price.

In the same way, that, the women, in seemly attire, with modesty and sober-mindedness, be adorning themselves, - not with plaitings and ornamentation of gold, or with pearls, or with costly apparel, - But, which becometh women promising godliness, through means of good works.