Ephesians 5:29

Greek/English Interlinear with Strong’s Numbers
Ephesians 5 - Greek/English/Strong’s Interlinear


King James Version

For no man ever yet hated his own flesh; but nourisheth and cherisheth it, even as the Lord the ekklesia:
New King James Version

For no one every hated his own flesh, but nourishes and cherishes it, just as the Lord does the ekklesia.
New American Standard Bible

for no one ever hated his own flesh, but nourishes and cherishes it, just as Christ also does the ekklesia,
New International Version

After all, no one every hated his own body, but he feeds and cares for it, just as Christ does the ekklesia -
The Amplified Bible

For no man ever hated his own flesh, but nourishes and carefully protects and cherishes it, as Christ does the ekklesia,
Wuest’s Expanded Translation

for no one ever yet hated his own flesh, but nourishes and cherishes it, even as the Christ, the Ekklesia,
Phillips’ Modern English

Nobody ever hated his own body; he feeds it and looks after it. And that is what Christ does for His Body, the Ekklesia.
Williams’ Language of the People

for no one ever hates his own physical person, but he feeds and fosters it, just as Christ does the ekklesia;
 
Eph. 5:28 π Eph. 5:30
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Writings on the Paidion Books Site
That Reference This Scripture

  1. Common Usage - Neil Girrard Sometimes it benefits us to read a familiar passage in the Greek because we, without ever realizing it, have often experienced a subtle shift in meaning simply because the New Testament we read is in English.

  2. Ekklesia - A Word Study - Neil Girrard Reading the Scriptures with the word “church” in them has done centuries of damage to the body of Christ. A simple reading of these Scriptures with the Greek word “ekklesia” re-inserted can be a real eye-opener.

  3. A Game of Words - Neil Girrard - ( in Adobe/pdf format ) Words are the transportation device of the enemy of our souls and most Christians don’t know how successful he’s been at robbing us of our heritage in Christ.

  4. One Hundred and Seven Theses - Steve Camp Christianity today is increasingly dominated by the spirit of this age rather than the Spirit of Christ. We call ourselves to repent of this sin and to recover the historic Christian faith in the arts again.

  5. Our Heavenly Calling in Christ - Neil Girrard - ( in Adobe/pdf format ) Our heavenly calling in Christ requires a balance of deeper and more accurate knowledge of exactly what God has done for and given to us accompanied by our diligent obedience and spiritually mature attentiveness to the responsibilities He has placed upon us.
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