Matthew 25:33

 

“And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.”

King James Version (KJV)

 

 

Other Translations of Matthew 25:33

“And he shall set the sheepe on his right hand, but the goats on the left.”
King James Version (1611) - View original scan of Matthew chapter 25
 

“and He will put the sheep on His right, and the goats on the left.”
New American Standard Version (1995)
 

“and he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.”
American Standard Version (1901)
 

“And he will put the sheep on his right, but the goats on the left.”
Basic English Bible
 

“and he will set the sheep on his right hand, and the goats on [his] left.”
Darby Bible
 

“And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on his left. ”
Douay Rheims Bible
 

“And he will set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left. ”
Webster's Bible
 

“and will make the sheep stand at His right hand, and the goats at His left.”
Weymouth Bible
 

“He will set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.”
World English Bible
 

“and he schal departe hem atwynne, as a scheeperde departith scheep from kidis; and he schal sette the scheep on his riythalf, and the kidis on the lefthalf.”
Wycliffe Bible
 

“and he shall set the sheep indeed on his right hand, and the goats on the left.”
Youngs Literal Bible
 


 

Chris's comment on 2020-12-12 14:41:38:

May I suggest that you try reading the Bible (maybe some book/chapter that you find difficult understanding) in a few different online versions first. In that way, you can get a feel as to how verses are expressed in a manner that you are comfortable with. However, you should be aware, that in many cases, translators who give a very modern rendering of the original (good) texts have departed from the original meaning & sometimes even left verses (or, portions of verses) out altogether.

I think there are several websites that offer this, but I would recommend 'Biblehub' that lists a number of versions that you can peruse. As well, there are helps there (Commentaries) if you find something difficult to understand. Also, if you're looking to get a 'hard copy' of a Bible, I would suggest a good Study Bible with Maps, basic Concordance, Harmony of the Gospels, understanding the main Doctrines, etc., be included. My preference for many years has been the Ryrie Study Bible (KJV), its notes written by Charles C. Ryrie from Dallas Theo. Seminary, is a very fundamental, true to the spirit of the Word type of Study Bible with the above inclusions. It's produced in other versions aside from the KJV.

Both the New KJV & New American Standard Version are also accepted as being most accurate after the KJV, but it's best if you read from a number of versions before deciding.

 

Diana Kuhbander's comment on 2020-12-12 09:18:47:

I need a good Bible one that gives you some understanding of the word.

I read the KJV..lot of times I don't understand it.

Can you recommend a good

one that has maybe even

different versions.

 

paul mani's comment on 2013-01-04 07:14:32:

Matthew 25:33 has been paraphrased as "The year of realigning for reassigning" (a church catchword for 2013). I strongly feel that there is a major conflict between judgment and grace in this theme. Perhaps, also taken out of context. I hope you will help me understand better. Am I right or wrong in my assessment of Matthew 25:33. Regards, Paul Mani.

 


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