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Complete Concordance to the ALT New Testament
Second Edition (Corrected)
Indexes Every Occurrence of Most Words
in the Analytical-Literal Translation
By Gary F. Zeolla, with Reese Currie
This volume indexes every occurrence of most words in the Analytical-Literal Translation of the New Testament. Only minor words are omitted, like: the, a, etc. Sufficient context is provided for the reader to recognize the verse or to get the gist of it.
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This Complete Concordance is a companion to the Analytical-Literal Translation of the New Testament: Third Edition (ALT3). This concordance indexes every occurrence of most words in ALT3. Only minor words are omitted. Sufficient context is provided for the reader to recognize the verse or to get the gist of it.
This concordance will enable the reader to quickly find a verse in ALT3. It will also be invaluable in doing topical studies in ALT3. Looking up every reference to a word like “grace” will enable the reader to do a study on this important Biblical topic.
ALT3 is the ideal version to use for such in-depth Bible study, and having this concordance to use as reference tool will improve these studies.
This book is part of a Three Volume ALT3 Set, which includes ALT3, this Complete Concordance and the Companion Volume to the ALT.
This eBook versions of this book published in 2023 are a “corrected” version not a full new edition. Only minor corrections have been made, but the functionality has been improved, and the cover and appendixes have been updated. The hardback versions have not been updated, as technical difficulties prevented them from being updated.
For the Kindle version, the entry words are printed in ALL CAPS with a small “x” before it. To go to a specific entry word, such as GRACE, type an “x” before the word, with no space between the x and the word (e.g., xGrace). You do not need to use all caps for the entry word, as the search function on Kindle is not case sensitive. But you need the x so as to not bring up all of the occurrences of the search word under other entries. There is also a Table of Contents that links to the beginning of each letter/ chapter.
For the Acrobat Reader (PDF) and ePUB versions, the entry words are printed in all capital letters with an asterisk before them (e.g., *GRACE). To go directly to an entry word, use the “Find” function (ctrl+F) in Acrobat Reader or whatever app using, then type an asterisk then the word without a space between them (e.g., *grace), and/ or set the searcher for “Match Case” and type the word in all capitals (e.g. GRACE). There is also a Table of Contents that links to the beginning of each letter/ chapter.
Each letter in the Concordance constitutes a chapter. In the hardcopy versions, most chapters are about 20 pages long. The longest is “S” at 45 pages. There are no words beginning with “X” in the New Testament, so the shortest chapter is “Z” at half a page. Below is the complete entries for the last chapter.
Note: This sample is in a single column, but the text for the hardcopy versions is in in triple columns in Times New Roman 9 point. This is rather small print, but still readable for most people with good vision. It is not possible to reproduce the columns and print size here.
– Z –
Lk 19:2 name being called Zº, and he was
19:5 and said to him, “Zº, having
19:8 Now Zº having stood, said to the
Mt 23:35 up to the blood of Zº, son of
Lk 1:5 priest by name Zº, from [the]
1:12 And having seen [him], Zº was
1:13 “Stop being afraid, Zº, for your
1:18 And Zº said to the angel, “By
1:21 were waiting for Zº, and they
1:40 into the house of Zº and greeted
1:59 him by the name of his father Zº.
1:67 And Zº his father was filled with
3:2 to John, the son of Zº, in the
11:51 to the blood of Zº, the one
Mt 1:3 fathered Pharez and Zº by Tamar,
Lk 4:26 sent, except to Zº [in] the
Jn 2:17 it is written, “The zº of Your
Rom 10:2 that they have a zº for God, but
2Co 7:7 mourning, your* zº on behalf of
7:11 desire, but [also] zº, but [also]
9:2 last year, and the zº from you*
Phi 3:6 with respect to zº persecuting the
Col 4:13 that he has much zº on your*
Lk 6:15 the one being called [the] Zº,
Ac 1:13 and Simon the Zº, and Judas
22:3 Law, being a zº for God, just
Gal 1:14 being far more a zº for the
Ac 21:20 and all are zº for the Law.
1Co 14:12 also, since you* are zº of
Gal 4:17 and sisters] are zº for you*
4:17 that you* shall be zº for [or, be
4:18 [it is] good to be zº in [or, to
Tit 2:14 special possession, zº of good
Rev 3:19 Therefore, be zº and repent!
Mt 4:21 James the [son] of Zº and John
4:21 in the boat with Zº their father
10:2 James the [son] of Zº and John
20:20 of the sons of Zº, with her
26:37 and the two sons of Zº, He began
27:56 and the mother of the sons of Zº.
Mk 1:19 James, the [son] of Zº, and John
1:20 left their father Zº in the boat
3:17 and James [son] of Zº and John
10:35 John, the sons of Zº, approached
Lk 5:10 John, [the] sons of Zº, the ones
Jn 21:2 and the [sons] of Zº and two
Mt 4:13 sea, in the borders of Zº and
4:15 “Land of Zº and land of Naphtali,
Rev 7:8 out of [the] tribe of Zº twelve
Tit 3:13 Eagerly help Zº the lawyer and
Mt 1:12 and Shealtiel fathered Zº,
1:13 and Zº fathered Abiud, and Abiud
Lk 3:27 Rhesa, the [son] of Zº, the [son]
Ac 14:12 began calling Barnabas Zº [i.e.,
14:13 the priest of Zº, the one being
19:35 the [image] fallen down from Zº?
Mt 21:5 to the daughter of Zº, Look! Your
Jn 12:15 afraid, daughter of Zº. Look!
Rom 9:33 “Look! I place in Zº a stone of
11:26 will come out of Zº, and He
Heb 12:22 have come to Mount Zº and to
1Pe 2:6 “Look! I lay in Zº a stone, a
Rev 14:1 stood on Mount Zº, and with
Note: This Concordance lists all occurrences of every word that is indexed. But included in the Concordance is a list of minor words that were excluded from the entries. One of these words was "fig." The reason it was excluded is "fig." is used within brackets as the abbreviation for the "figurative" alternative translations. But this was a mistake as later I decided to exclude all bracketed materials from the entries, so "fig" from the ALT3 text itself could have been included. Since some might be interested in this word, below is the entry for "fig."
Mt 21:19 seen a certain fº tree by the
21:19 the fº tree was withered!
21:20 “How was the fº tree immediately
21:21 the [sign] of the fº tree, but
24:32 the allegory from the fº tree:
Mk 11:13 And having seen a fº tree from a
11:20 by, they saw the fº tree having
11:21 “Rabbi, look! The fº tree which
13:28 the allegory from the fº tree:
Lk 13: 6 certain [man] had a fº tree having
13: 7 for fruit in this fº tree and do
21:29 to them: “See the fº tree and
Jn 1:48 you were under the fº tree, I saw
1:50 saw you under the fº tree,’ you
Jam 3:12 a fº tree is not able to make olives
Rev 6:13 to the earth like a fº tree having
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