Sunday, October 27, 2013

The six additional occurrences
of the Tetragrammaton
in the NWT ed. 2013 /

Οι έξι επιπρόσθετες περιπτώσεις
όπου εμφανίζεται το Τετραγράμματο
στη ΜΝΚ έκδ. 2013



6,979 times in the NWT (2013) Hebrew Scriptures



שְׁמַע יִשְׂרָאֵל




Passage
NWT (1984)
NWT (2013)
In turn he said to him: “We are passing along from Beth′le·hem in Judah to the remotest parts of the mountainous region of E′phra·im. That is where I am from, but I went to Beth′le·hem in Judah; and it is to my own house that I am going, and there is nobody taking me on into the house.
He replied: “We are traveling from Beth′le·hem in Judah to a remote area of the mountainous region of E′phra·im, where I am from. I went to Beth′le·hem in Judah, and I am going to the house of Jehovah, but nobody is taking me into his house.
If a man should sin against a man, God will arbitrate for him; but if it is against Jehovah that a man should sin, who is there to pray for him?” But they would not listen to the voice of their father, because Jehovah was now pleased to put them to death.
If a man should sin against another man, someone may appeal to Jehovah for him; but if a man should sin against Jehovah, who can pray for him?” But they refused to listen to their father, for Jehovah had determined to put them to death.
To this they said: “If YOU are sending the ark of the God of Israel away, do not send it away without an offering, for YOU should by all means return to him a guilt offering. Then it is that YOU will be healed, and it must become known to YOU why his hand would not turn away from YOU.”
They replied: “If you send the ark of the covenant of Jehovah the God of Israel away, do not send it back without an offering. You should by all means return to him a guilt offering. Only then will you be healed, and it will be made known to you why his hand has not turned away from you.”
As for Saul himself, he went to his home at Gib′e·ah, and the valiant men whose heart God had touched proceeded to go with him.
Saul also went to his home in Gib′e·ah, accompanied by the warriors whose hearts Jehovah had touched.
And David took up dwelling in the wilderness in places difficult to approach, and he kept dwelling in the mountainous region in the wilderness of Ziph. And Saul kept looking for him always, and God did not give him into his hand.
David stayed in the wilderness in places difficult to approach, in the mountainous region of the wilderness of Ziph. Saul searched for him constantly, but Jehovah did not give him into his hand.
Jon′a·than the son of Saul now rose up and went to David at Ho′resh, that he might strengthen his hand in regard to God.
Jon′a·than the son of Saul now went out to David at Ho′resh, and he helped him find strength in Jehovah.


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