Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible






Do not give what is holy unto dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, - lest once they trample, them, down with their feet, and, turning, tear, you.




Do not give what is holy unto dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, - lest once they trample, them, down with their feet, and, turning, tear, you.

But, he, answering, said, It is, not seemly, to take the loaf of, the children, and cast, to the little dogs.



envyings, drunkenness, revellings; - and such things as these: as to which I forewarn you, even as I have forewarned you, - that, they who such things as these do practise, shall not inherit, God's kingdom.




envyings, drunkenness, revellings; - and such things as these: as to which I forewarn you, even as I have forewarned you, - that, they who such things as these do practise, shall not inherit, God's kingdom.







A hammer and a sword, and a sharpened arrow, is a man becoming a false witness against his neighbour.


He that concealeth hatred, hath false lips, and he that sendeth forth slander, the same, is a dullard.

But, the king, shall rejoice in God, - Every one shall glory who sweareth by him, For the mouth of them who speak falsehood, shall be stopped.

Now we know that, excellent, is the law, if one put it to a lawful use: - Knowing this - that, to a righteous man, law, doth not apply, but to the lawless and insubordinate, ungodly and sinful, irreligious and profane, smiters of fathers and smiters of mothers, murderers, fornicators, sodomites, man-stealers, liars, false- swearers, - and, if anything else, unto the healthful teaching, is opposed; -

Discord, giveth heed to the aggrieving lip, - Falsehood, giveth ear to the destroying tongue.

A false witness, shall not be held innocent, and, he that uttereth lies, shall not escape.

I, am the A and the Z, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. 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. Outside, are the dogs, and the sorcerers, and the unchaste, and the murderers, and the idolaters, and every one loving and doing falsehood.


envyings, drunkenness, revellings; - and such things as these: as to which I forewarn you, even as I have forewarned you, - that, they who such things as these do practise, shall not inherit, God's kingdom.






I, am the A and the Z, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. 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. Outside, are the dogs, and the sorcerers, and the unchaste, and the murderers, and the idolaters, and every one loving and doing falsehood.


Suffer both to grow together until the harvest, and at, harvest time, I will say unto the reapers, - Collect ye first, the darnel, and bind it into bundles, with a view to the burning it up; but, the wheat, be gathering it into my barn.

So, will it be in the conclusion of the age: The messengers will come forth, and separate the wicked from among the righteous;




I say unto you - On the selfsame night, there shall be two men on onebed, - the one, shall be taken near, and, the other, left behind;

And, besides all these things, betwixt us and you, a great chasm, hath been fixed, - so that, they who might wish to cross over from hence unto you, should not be able, nor any, from thence unto us, be crossing over.






For, this, ye know, if ye take note - that no fornicator, or impure or greedy person, who is an idolater, hath any inheritance in the kingdom of the Christ and God. Let no one be deceiving you with empty words; for, because of these things, is coming the anger of God upon the sons of obstinacy: Do not, then, become co-partners with them;

Now we know that, excellent, is the law, if one put it to a lawful use: - Knowing this - that, to a righteous man, law, doth not apply, but to the lawless and insubordinate, ungodly and sinful, irreligious and profane, smiters of fathers and smiters of mothers, murderers, fornicators, sodomites, man-stealers, liars, false- swearers, - and, if anything else, unto the healthful teaching, is opposed; -

I, am the A and the Z, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. 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. Outside, are the dogs, and the sorcerers, and the unchaste, and the murderers, and the idolaters, and every one loving and doing falsehood.

To rescue thee, from the woman that is a stranger, from the female unknown, who with her speeches seduceth; Who forsaketh the friend of her youth, and, the covenant of her God, hath forgotten; For she hath appointed, unto death, her house, and unto the shades, her courses; read more.
None who go in unto her, come back, neither attain they unto the paths of life:

Say unto wisdom, My sister, thou! and, an acquaintance, call thou, understanding: That thou mayest be kept, from the woman that is a stranger, from the female unknown, who, with her speeches, doth flatter. For, in the window of my house, through my lattice, I looked out; read more.
And saw among the simple ones, discerned among the youths, A young man lacking sense; Passing through the street, near her corner, and, on the way to her house, he sauntered along; In the twilight, in the evening of the day, in the midst of the night, and the gloom; And lo! a woman, came to meet him, attired as one unchaste, of a wily heart. Boisterous, is she, and rebellious, In her house, abide not her feet; Now outside, now in the broadways, and, near every corner, she lieth in wait: So she caught him, and kissed him, and, embolding her face, she said to him: Peace-offerings, are by me, to-day, have I paid my vows; For this cause, came I forth to meet thee, to seek diligently thy face, and I have found thee: Coverlets, have I spread on my couch of pleasure, dark-hued stuffs, of the yarn of Egypt; I have sprinkled my bed, with myrrh, aloes, and cinnamon: Come! let us take our fill of endearments, until morning, let us delight ourselves with caresses; For the husband is not in his house, he hath gone on a journey afar; A bag of silver, hath he taken in his hand, On the day of the full moon, will he enter his house. She turneth him aside, with her great persuasiveness, - with the flattery of her lips, she compelleth him: Going after her instantly, as an ox, to the slaughter, he entereth, and, as in fetters, unto the correction of a fool. Until an arrow cleaveth his liver, as a bird hasteth into a snare, and knoweth not, that, for his life, it is!