Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible



We remembered the fish which we ate in Egypt gratuitously; the cucumbers and the melons, and the leeks, and the onions, and the garlics.

The soul of him laboring, labored for himself; for his mouth urged upon him.

From the fruit of a man's mouth his belly shall be filled; and he shall be filled with the increase of his lips.

And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul.

They struck me, I was not pained; they beat me, I knew not: when shall I awake? I will add, I will yet seek it.

All the labor of man for his mouth, and also the soul shall not be filled.

And it was as when the hungry shall dream, and behold, he ate; and he awoke and his soul was empty: and as when the thirsty shall dream, and behold, he drank, and he awoke, and behold, he fainted, and his soul desired: thus shall be the multitude of all the nations warring against mount Zion.

Come ye, I will take wine, and we will drink strong drink to excess; and the morrow being as this day, the remainder great exceedingly.






If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul.

Thou didst find honey; eat thy sufficiency, lest thou shalt be satiated, and thou vomit it forth.


But Paul said to them, Having stripped us publicly not condemned, being Roman men, they cast into prison and now do they cast us out secretly? not so; but having come themselves, let them bring us out.

Saying to the king, Wickedness; (Belial) to nobles, Injustice.

In a multitude of people the king's decoration: and in the cessation of the people the destruction of the prince.

The acceptance of the king to a servant of understanding: and his wrath shall be to him causing shame.


If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul. Thou shalt not long for his dainties: and it is the bread of lies.

Therefore these things not being refuted, it is necessary for you to be restrained, and to do nothing rash. For ye brought these men not sacrilegious, nor blaspheming your goddess. If truly therefore Demetrius, and the artificers with him, have a word against any, the court days are kept, and there are proconsuls; let them prosecute one another. read more.
But if ye inquire anything concerning, other things, it shall be explained in a lawful assembly.

And as he held him before with thongs, Paul said to the centurion standing by, Is it lawful to scourge a man a Roman, and uncondemned? And the centurion having heard, having come near announced to the captain of a thousand, See what thou art about to do: for this man is a Roman. And the captain of a thousand having come near, said to him, Tell me if thou art a Roman. And he said, Yes. read more.
And the captain of a thousand answered, I obtained this citizenship for much capital. And Paul said, And I have been born. Then quickly they about to examine him withdrew from him: and the captain of a thousand was afraid, knowing that he is a Roman, and because he had bound him.

In which they found me purified in the temple, not with the crowd, nor with uproar, and certain Jews from Asia. Who ought to be present to thee, and accuse, if they have anything against me.

Therefore the able among you, he says, having gone down together, if there be anything in this man, let them accuse him.

And Paul said, At Caesar's judgment seat am I standing where I must he judged: I injured the Jews nothing, as thou also knowest better.

To whom I answered, That it is not the custom to Romans to yield up any man to destruction, before that the accused may have the accusers before the face, and take place for defence for the accusation.


If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul. Thou shalt not long for his dainties: and it is the bread of lies. read more.
Thou shalt not labor to become rich: cease from thy wisdom. Wilt thou cause thine eyes to fly upon it and it is not? for making, it will make to it wings; as an eagle and it flew to the heavens. Thou shalt not eat the bread of an evil eye, and ye shall not long for its dainties: Like him estimating evil in his soul, so is he: Eat and drink, he will say to thee; and his heart not with thee. Thy morsel which thou didst eat thou shalt vomit forth and destroy thy pleasant words.


Thou shalt not envy against men of evil, thou shalt not desire to be with them. For their heart will meditate destruction, and their lips will speak labor.

If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul. Thou shalt not long for his dainties: and it is the bread of lies. read more.
Thou shalt not labor to become rich: cease from thy wisdom. Wilt thou cause thine eyes to fly upon it and it is not? for making, it will make to it wings; as an eagle and it flew to the heavens. Thou shalt not eat the bread of an evil eye, and ye shall not long for its dainties: Like him estimating evil in his soul, so is he: Eat and drink, he will say to thee; and his heart not with thee. Thy morsel which thou didst eat thou shalt vomit forth and destroy thy pleasant words.

Let us not be vainglorious, provoking one another, envying one another.


If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul. Thou shalt not long for his dainties: and it is the bread of lies.

They eating for dainties were desolate in the streets: they trusting upon scarlet embraced dung hills.

Lying upon beds of ivory, and stretching out upon their couches, and eating the lambs from the flock, and the calves from the midst of the stall. Prating upon the mouth of the lyre, as David they invented to them instruments of music;



If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul.


Every thing being sold in the market, eat, ye, interrogating nothing through consciousness:

Thou wilt not incline my heart to an evil word, to work works in injustice with men doing iniquity: and I will not eat upon their dainties.


And in whatever city ye enter, and they receive you, eat the things set before you.




If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul.


Every thing being sold in the market, eat, ye, interrogating nothing through consciousness:

Thou wilt not incline my heart to an evil word, to work works in injustice with men doing iniquity: and I will not eat upon their dainties.


And in whatever city ye enter, and they receive you, eat the things set before you.



And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul. Thou shalt not long for his dainties: and it is the bread of lies.


And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul. Thou shalt not long for his dainties: and it is the bread of lies.


If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul. Thou shalt not long for his dainties: and it is the bread of lies.

Thou shalt not show thyself proud before the king, and thou shalt not stand in the place of the great. For good to say to thee, Come up hither, rather than humbling thyself before the noble whom thine eye saw.

And if any one of the unbelieving call you, and ye wish to go; every thing set before you, eat, interrogating nothing through consciousness.

Thou shalt not eat the bread of an evil eye, and ye shall not long for its dainties: Like him estimating evil in his soul, so is he: Eat and drink, he will say to thee; and his heart not with thee. Thy morsel which thou didst eat thou shalt vomit forth and destroy thy pleasant words.

Make rare thy foot from thy neighbor's house, lest he shall be satiated with thee, and hate thee.

And in whatever house ye enter, first say, Peace to this house. And if truly the son of peace be there, your peace shall rest upon it: and if not so, it shall turn back to you. And remain in the same house, eating and drinking the things of them: for the laborer is worthy of his hire. Go not from house to house.

And he spake a parable to the called, fixing his attention how they chose out the first places at table; saying to them, When thou art called to the nuptials, thou shouldest not recline in the first place at table; lest a more honourable than thou be called by him: And he having called thee and him, having come, shall say to thee, Give place to this; and then thou shalt begin with shame to take possession of the last place. read more.
But when thou art called, having gone, recline in the last place; that when he having called thee come, might say to thee, Friend, mount up higher; then shall honour be to thee beore them reclining with thee. For whoever exalts himself shall be humbled; and he humbling himself shall be exalted.


If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul.

And if any one of the unbelieving call you, and ye wish to go; every thing set before you, eat, interrogating nothing through consciousness.


We remembered the fish which we ate in Egypt gratuitously; the cucumbers and the melons, and the leeks, and the onions, and the garlics.

The soul of him laboring, labored for himself; for his mouth urged upon him.

From the fruit of a man's mouth his belly shall be filled; and he shall be filled with the increase of his lips.

And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul.

They struck me, I was not pained; they beat me, I knew not: when shall I awake? I will add, I will yet seek it.

All the labor of man for his mouth, and also the soul shall not be filled.

And it was as when the hungry shall dream, and behold, he ate; and he awoke and his soul was empty: and as when the thirsty shall dream, and behold, he drank, and he awoke, and behold, he fainted, and his soul desired: thus shall be the multitude of all the nations warring against mount Zion.

Come ye, I will take wine, and we will drink strong drink to excess; and the morrow being as this day, the remainder great exceedingly.


And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul.



If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul.

Thou didst find honey; eat thy sufficiency, lest thou shalt be satiated, and thou vomit it forth.








If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul.


Every thing being sold in the market, eat, ye, interrogating nothing through consciousness:

Thou wilt not incline my heart to an evil word, to work works in injustice with men doing iniquity: and I will not eat upon their dainties.


And in whatever city ye enter, and they receive you, eat the things set before you.




If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul.

Thou didst find honey; eat thy sufficiency, lest thou shalt be satiated, and thou vomit it forth.











If thou shalt sit to eat with a ruler, understanding, thou shalt understand what is before thee. And put a knife to thy swallow if thou the possessor of a soul.

Thou didst find honey; eat thy sufficiency, lest thou shalt be satiated, and thou vomit it forth.