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Derek | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Aug 6 2009 8:26 PM

Could someone please help me? I want to get reports of the occurrences of specific greek and hebrew numbers from the NASB.

How do I do this?

For instance Strongs Greek 907

Thanks!

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Chris Ease | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Aug 6 2009 8:37 PM

I opened my NASB95 bible, then I right click on a word I want to study.  When I right click on a word a menu will pop up.  Choose search and a new window will open with your English word in Greek.  Select your parameters, such as new testament or epistles for example.  Run the query and every verse in NASB95 that has that word will be listed.  On that page, you will see a link in top right area and you can click on strongs for the number.

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Chris Ease | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Aug 6 2009 8:40 PM

When you right click on the word and the menu pops up go to selected text and an english and greek word will appear.  Hover the greek word for another menu then choose search and follow above directions.

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Chris Ease | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Aug 6 2009 8:55 PM
If you know the Greek number and if you have NASB exhaustive concordance then you can open that resource and type the number in the box and the concordance will take you to the english word. 907 = baptize for instance. Now you can highlight all verses associated with the greek number 907 and do a right click. After the right click, you can choose "auto lookup" and every verse in the NASB that has the Greek that you highlighted will be shown in full.
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Derek | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Aug 6 2009 10:22 PM

Hmm.

Chris, When I right click I get a menu that says:

  Copy
  Print Selection
  Add a Note
  Display Information
  Auto-Lookup
  Selected Text "Baptist"  (With extensive sub menu)
  Selected References
      G907   (With extensive sub menu)
      TVM5723  (With extensive sub menu)
  Search for References to Mark6 :14
   Bible Word Study: "Baptist"
   Copy Mark 6:14 to Clipboard

Do you mean "Selected References"?

The Greek number shows up, but not the Greek word itself. 

A search window "Strongs Greek in G907" and then I can do the search.

Do I have to have other Greek resources installed to have the Greek word show up there with the English word too?   

I have the pastor's library.

Thanks for your help!

PS - interesting that Strongs lists 80 occurrences in his article, NASB shows 77 occurrences, and KJV shows 86 occurrences...  Wouldn't think there would be such wide discrepancies.

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Chris Ease | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Aug 7 2009 5:31 AM
Yes, selected text gives me the english and greek for me to a pick a choice from. I have leader's library, which is the same library as yours. I have added a couple of greek lexicons, the LGNTI (greek interlinear), MacArthurs Lifeworks 1, and some other things, but for the greek its just 2 lexicons and 2 greek bibles. I know you have the ESV reverse.
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Chris Ease | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Aug 7 2009 5:35 AM

Keep in mind that KJV came from TR and NASB came from Alexandrian line of Greek.  Keep in mind that in general, baprtize means to immerse or to wash.  KJV is infamous for taking this greek word (907) and only transliterating it, whereas other bibles will either omit or give you a synonym.  You need Greek to really study the issue at hand.  English can only help you so much.

I think you will need to buy at least 1 greek text. The LGNTI is like $39. Go to tools, bible tools, greek bible and this is where you select your preferred greek text. Unfortunately, a reverse interlinear like esv is not a choice.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Aug 7 2009 6:23 AM

DerekTSeipp:
Do I have to have other Greek resources installed to have the Greek word show up there with the English word too?  

If you search a Greek Interlinear like LGNTI the results will highlight Greek and English in the resource itself, but only if you perform a Bible Search (from the Search menu). Take the query you found and copy it into the Search box e.g. greekstrongs in G907 - be sure to select Verses. Note that the results will differ from the KJV, mainly because it is a different Greek text to that used in translating the KJV e.g. Matt 20:22, 23 are missing from LGNTI.

NOTE: you can use ESV and NRSV Reverse Interlinear with similar results to LGNTI.

DerekTSeipp:
PS - interesting that Strongs lists 80 occurrences in his article, NASB shows 77 occurrences, and KJV shows 86 occurrences...  Wouldn't think there would be such wide discrepancies.

The AV of Strong's Lexicon is the KJV; not NASB. If you look at the results in the KJV you will notice words like "were", "he shall", "to be" are also highlighted. That's why the count is exaggerated. If you ignore those words the count is 80!

Dave
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Derek | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Aug 11 2009 11:27 PM

Thanks to everyone who has posted about this.  I am going to try all this and see if I cannot get the hang of it.

Seems to be a bit "round about" to search for strongs.  But that is ok.

D

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Bohuslav Wojnar | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Aug 12 2009 12:40 AM

DerekTSeipp:
Seems to be a bit "round about" to search for strongs.  But that is ok.

I don't know, may be I am missing something here, but why would you not simply go to the NASB, find your word "baptize", right click on that, go to Selected References | G907 and than you get a menu to choose, let's say, Speed Search of This Resource or some other option and you get your list of Strong's Number occurrences in the NASB. That easy. What is "round about" in that? Plus, you can search English word and Greek word also, if you wish. I find it really easy and fast.

Bohuslav

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