In John 11. verse 35, It says Jesus wept. This is the shortest verse in the bible.
Depending on the version, "Jesus wept", in John 10:35, is the shortest verse in the bible
It is found in John chapter 11 verse 35.
Well, this question is sort of confusing, but I know that the shortest Bible verse is John 11:35. "Jesus wept."
Job 3:2 "He said:" is the shortest.
"Jesus Wept" is the shortest verse in the whole bible. The longest chapter is Psalms 119. The shortest chapter is Psalm 117. The book of the bible with the most chapters is Psalms and it has a grand total of 150 chapters.
"Jesus wept" is the shortest verse which is John 11:35.
John 11:35; the shortest verse in the Bible.
The shortest chapter in the Bible is Psalm 117, which has two verses. There are no chapters with only one verse.
1 Thessalonians 5:16
"Jesus wept." (John 11:35)
Jesus wept. John 11:35
Shortest verse: John 11:35 (2 words: "Jesus wept").
The shortest verse is "Jesus wept." . John 11 verse 36 . when he stod outside the tomb of Lazarus. The verse is actually John 11:35. Also, in the new world translation it reads,"Jesus gave way to tears."
John 11:35It is found in the Gospel of John, Chapter 11, Verse 35. (King James Bible). It is the shortest verse in the Bible.
The shortest verse in the Holy Bible is John 11:35 which states "Jesus wept." Another short verse is I Thessalonians 5:16 which urges us to "Always be joyful."
Hi, don't know about the KINGFISHER Bible, but in the KING JAMES, the shortest verse is John 11:35 "Jesus wept" the second shortest verse is 1 Thessalonians 5:16 "Rejoice evermore". >>> Both very powerful verses,if you think about who was weeping, >>> and the blessings we get if we practise "Rejoice evermore"
The shortest verse in the Bible is only two words - "Jesus wept". It is found in the New Testament in the Gospel of John, chapter 11, verse 35. Job 3:2 "He said" in the NIV is one of the shortest verses in the Old Testament, but in other translations it is written as "And Job said:" so it depends on which translation you refer to.
John 11:35 is "Jesus wept." famous for being the shortest verse in the Bible.
The shortest verse in the Christian Bible is John 11:35, "Jesus wept." The shortest verse in the Hebrew Bible is 1 Chronicles 1:25, which is just three names of a list: "Eber, Peleg, Reu." The shortest and longest verses are quite trivial and arbitrary. The Bible chapters we know today come from Archbishop Stephen Langton in the 1200s. The modern verse numbering was added later, with the Geneva Bible in 1560. So the length of verses is not a religious item of interest, but rather a more modern addition to help us study specific sections more easily.
"Jesus wept." John 11:35
Depending on edition it is either "Jesus wept" or "and Jesus wept".
Jesus wept. is a phrase famous for being the shortest in the King James Version of the Bible, as well as many other popular versions (though not the shortest in the original languages). It is found in the Gospel of John chapter 11, verse 35.