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Thursday, November 6, 2014

Matthew 10:1-15 In The King James Version (KJV) And Alternate Word Pictures With Reiterations Version (AWPR)





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Alternate Word Pictures with Reiterations Version (AWPR) in Yellow
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Matthew 10


And when he had called unto him his twelve disciples, he gave them power against unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal all manner of sickness and all manner of disease.     (KJV)        


1)    And having called up alongside with (Him)  the 
        12 disciples - pupils - learners   of Him,
        He of His own good will and accord (unhindered) gave to them 
        authority (to do or not do)  over unclean spirits,
        so as   to cast - throw - drive  them out,
        and to attend to - minister to - heal every 
        (physical) disease - (physical) sickness
         and every           sickness - softness - malakian.
        (AWPR)

        
         [the Greek word used here, malakian.  
         In the Attic Greek, malakia was also inclusive of not just the 
         morally  weak as well as the sick, but also viewed transvestites,
         homosexuals, and male prostitutes --  by the use applied and 
         accepted by the historian  Herodotus and by Aristotle the
         philosopher as mentally and morally ill.   Herodotus is accepted
         by most Universities as he pioneering historical writings that followed
         ever after as a result of his histories which were more or less as if the
         writings of the world's first ancient journalist.  Aristotle was an early 
         esoteric genius and advanced philosopher and teacher, who was a
         personal disciple of Plato, who then went on to tutor Alexander the 
         Great in the esoteric teachings of Greek meaning and philosophy 
         which Alexander credited as responsible for his victories which he
         did NOT want shared with the world, and wrote this in a letter to 
         Aristotle to that effect. 
         Hence, by the use of malakia in Matthew 4:23, 9:35, 10:1 
         as being   that softening sickness which Jesus healed, 
         we can say that Jesus 
         not only  healed the maimed (which includes limb loss), the 
         paralytics,  the blind, those sick from every physical sickness, 
         but that Jesus also healed those who were inwardly 
         morally and  mentally sick,  whether they were retarded 
         or just deviant from   what GOD designed them to be.  

         That means, homosexuality is to  be viewed by the Gospel of 
         Matthew as a moral and mental illness, and as an after-birth 
         later acquired condition, a condition of moral and mental illness 
         which was NOT how  they were born as nor intended ever to be.      

         See also: 


          



Now the names of the twelve apostles are these; The first, Simon, who is called Peter, and Andrew his brother; James the son of Zebedee, and John his brother;     (KJV)       

2)   The the 12 Apostles, the names are these:
            First, Simon.  He is called Peter.
            And Andrew, the brother of him.
            
            James, he of Zebedee; and John, the brother of him.
            (AWPR)           






Philip, and Bartholomew; Thomas, and Matthew the publican; James the son of Alphaeus, and Lebbaeus, whose surname was Thaddaeus;    (KJV)         

3)    Philip and Bartholomew.
        Thomas.
        And Matthew, the end-destination toll-tax collector.

        James, he of Alphaeus.
        And Lebbeus: he was called upon as Thaddeus.
        (AWPR)       




Simon the Canaanite, and Judas Iscariot, who also betrayed him.    (KJV) 

4)    Simon the Canaanite.
        And Judas Iscariot, who also gave, betrayed, delivered over  Him.
        (AWPR)  
           




These twelve Jesus sent forth, and commanded them, saying, Go not into the way of the Gentiles, and into any city of the Samaritans enter ye not:    (KJV)      

5)     These 12     Jesus / Yeshua     
         [authoritatively or officially]    sent forth out
         having to the side charged them,
         laying down definite words, saying,
                 'Into (the) way - highway

                  [includes also districts and even the countryside as a
                   wide open pathway]        

                 
                 of ethnic nations (you) may not   
                 depart - go away to,   
                 and into a (walled) city - (walled) town 
                 of (the) Samaritans  (you) may not go in and enter.  
                 (AWPR)



But go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.     (KJV)    

6)    Then go and pass through up alongside with the Sheep,
        the "are lost (ones)"  -  the "are perished (ones)"
        of the House 
      
        [ the Greek word oikos as applied here also can mean 
          Temple and may infer the families and lineages of those 
          formally registered (in those times) on its rolls with its 
          genealogies declaring who inside Israel were considered as true 
          sons and daughters of the tribes descended from Abraham and 
          Isaac and Jacob]

       of Israel.
       (AWPR)
            




And as ye go, preach, saying, The kingdom of heaven is at hand.    (KJV)  

7)    Then going on and passing through,
        publicly announce and proclaim,
        laying down definite words, saying that
             "The Kingdom of the Heavens  has approached
               and come near."
               (AWPR)
    






Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils: freely ye have received, freely give.    (KJV)     


8)    In firm ones - Weak ones - Sick ones,
        wait upon, attend to, and heal.

       Lepers cleanse (and purify from filth).

       Dead (ones) - Corpses, raise up and set upright
       [make alive again].  

       Cast out - Throw out - Drive out   demons.

       Freely as a gift given of one's own good will and accord
       you have received, having taken - having laid hold of - having seized.

       Freely as a gift of your own good will and accord (so) give (also).  
       (AWPR)
      
       
         


Provide neither gold, nor silver, nor brass in your purses,    (KJV) 

9)   (You) May not get and acquire -  (You) May not provide 
       (for yourselves) and possess
        gold, nor then silver, nor then copper into the 
        [money] belts - [pocketed] girdles - [pocketed] wrap arounds
        or sashes                         of you;
        (AWPR)

       



10 Nor scrip for your journey, neither two coats, neither shoes, nor yet staves: for the workman is worthy of his meat.     (KJV)     



 10)   nor      [nor may you provide for youselves]
          a (provisions) bag - a (provisions) sack
          into (the) way - into (the) highway
                  [includes also districts and even the countryside as a
                   wide open pathway]
        
         nor then two upper garments - two tunics 
         nor then  sandals
                [these are wrapped around and bound by leather straps 
                  to the feet and ankle area of the leg]

         nor then rods - (walking) staves,
         because the worker who labors
         is weighed and valued as worthy  of his food.
         (AWPR)  
          





11 And into whatsoever city or town ye shall enter, enquire who in it is worthy; and there abide till ye go thence.    (KJV)     

11)    Into perhaps whatsoever city or outlying village - hamlet - field
         you come and enter in to,
        
         diligently inquire - carefully search out and test - seek and 
         examine     

         who in it is weighed and valued as worthy;

         and in that place there remain and dwell,
         until perhaps you go forth and come out  [of that place].
         (AWPR)

   




12 And when ye come into an house, salute it.     (KJV)    

12)    Then, into the house,
          embrace it - greet it  - treat it with affection.
          (AWPR)
         
 





13 And if the house be worthy, let your peace come upon it: but if it be not worthy, let your peace return to you.     (KJV)    

13)   Then if perhaps it is not weighed and valued as worthy, 
        let your  
        peace - harmony of wholeness and every kind of good
        return back again upon (and) up alongside with (you).
        (AWPR)


  





14 And whosoever shall not receive you, nor hear your words, when ye depart out of that house or city, shake off the dust of your feet.      (KJV)   


14)   And whosoever if perhaps may not 
        accept, take, and recieve you,

        nor may not then   will listen intently and hear

        the intelligent words of you,

        coming  forth out (of)  the house or

        (walled) city - (walled) town,  
         
         that one there,

         shake out  - shake off          of the feet of you

         (that) excited and raised dust - that dust kicked up and raised
         [as if by an excited and hurried departure].        
         (AWPR)
          


 


15 Verily I say unto you, It shall be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrah in the day of judgment, than for that city.     (KJV)      

15)   Amen.  I lay down definite words and say unto you,
             "More held back, restrained, easier to bear and endure
               will (it) be to (the) land of Sodom and Gomorrah
               in (the) Day of Judgment than (for) 
               that one there      (walled) city - (walled) town." 


[See also:       







Disclaimer:  The Alternate Word Pictures with Reiterations (AWPR) translation, translation mine, should be used as a Bible Study Aid only, and it is recommended that a direct literal translation or the King James Bible be used for regular and ecclesiastical purposes, and that the AWPR be used in association only as a Bible study aid so as to help the reader / user in their Bible Studying to clarify context and Scriptural Intent, and to get the full context and understanding into the English from out of the ancient Greek in which this New Testament passage was first written.    Thanks.  -- Brianroy




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