James 2:3

Greek/English Interlinear with Strong’s Numbers


King James Version

And ye have respect to him that weareth the gay clothing, and say unto him, Sit thou here in a good place; and say to the poor, Stand thou there, or sit here under my footstool:
New King James Version

and you pay attention to the one wearing the fine clothes and say to him, “You sit here in a good place,” and say to the poor man, “You stand there,” or, “Sit here at my footstool,”
New American Standard Bible

and you pay special attention to (look upon) the one who is wearing the fine clothes and say, “You sit here in a good place,” and you say to the poor man, “You stand over there, or sit down by my footstool.”
New International Version

If you show special attention to the man wearing fine clothes and say, “Here’s a good seat for you,” but say to the poor man, “You stand there” or “Sit on the floor by my feet,”
The Amplified Bible

And you pay special attention to the one who wears the splendid clothes and say to him, Sit here in this preferable seat! While you tell the poor [man], Stand there! Or, Sit there on the floor at my feet!
Wuest’s Expanded Translation

and you look upon the one wearing the clothing which is brightly shining with respectful consideration, and say, As for you, be sitting down here in this place of honor, and say to the poor man, As for you, stand in that place or be sitting down beside by footstool,
Phillips’ Modern English

If you pay special attention to the well-dressed man by saying, “Please sit here – it’s an excellent seat,” and say to the poor man, “You stand over there, or if you must sit, sit on the floor by my feet,”
Williams’ Language of the People

and you pay special attention to the man who wears the fine clothes, and say to him, “Sit here in this fine place,” and say to the poor man, “Stand up, or sit there on the floor at my feet,”
 
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Sit at My Feet
Neil Girrard
Any way that we can be “poor” presents the human heart with a place of opportunity
where we can discriminate among ourselves and use evil thoughts to decide which of us
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