Revelation 20:4. It has 68 words.
The longest book in the New Testament is the Gospel According to Luke, it is the third and longest of the Gospels. The longest book in the Old Testament is Psalms which is a compilation of 150 poems and songs which express the range of Israel's faith.
The Dead Sea is not mentioned in the New Testament.
In John 11. verse 35, It says Jesus wept. This is the shortest verse in the bible.
The most important theme in the New Testament is John 3 verse 16.
Luke wrote 28% of the text of the new Testament including the gospel of Luke (longest book in the new testament) and the book of Acts.
Luke chapter 1
Luke chapter 2, beginning with verse 36.
The longest verse in the bible from the book of Esther chapter 8 verse 9.
sermon on the ,ount
Both Matthew and Luke are in the New Testament. It is about John the baptist and Jesus going to the wilderness.
There are 9 New Testament references to Melchizedek, all of them in Hebrews but none of them refer to him weeping.
Mark 14 with 72 verses is the third longest. And Matthew 26 with 75 verses is the second longest!
John 6 with 71 verses. (Luke 1, first longest, has 80).
In the original Hebrew, the Torah's longest verse, Exodus 32:1, has 34 words. The longest verse in the entire Tanakh is in the scroll of Esther.
testament to youth in verse .. by the new pornographers.... it is the bit at the end :)
No, there is not. The Greeks did not believe the world was flat, and they wrote the New Testament.
There is none. The Hebrew Bible, or "Tanakh" (תנ״ך) only contains the books that Christians refer to as "the old testament." But the Old testament is not at all equivalent to the New testament. Both have entirely different information and messages.The New Testament was written in Greek only.There is an online version of the New Testament in Hebrew, but its quality is mediocre both in translation and in layout, and there are numbering mistakes throughout (verses are mislabeled in the Hebrew side, so the English verse doesn't alway match up to the correct Hebrew verse. you can view it here
It comes from the Gospel of John, chapter 11, verse 35, in the New Testament, and it is two words only: Jesus wept.